pages 710-9 in Ancient Ancestors

JOHN, his successor

                Isabel, m Hugh d’Albini, Earl of Arundel

 

JOHN de WARRENNE (Plantagenet), Earl of Warrenne and Surrey, d 1305, m 1stly in 1247 ALICE, dau of HUGH de LUSIGNAN (le BRUN), Count de la Marche by ISABELLA of ANGOULÊME widow of King JOHN, and thus ALICE was a half-sister of King HENRY III. She was thought to have had a brief affair with EDWARD I

                WILLIAM, killed in a tournament 1285

                ELEANOR (ALIANORE), m HENRY PERCY (see under Percy for descendants)

                Isabel, m John de Baliol, afterwards King of Scotland

JOHN 2ndly m Joan, dau of William, Lord Mowbray

 

WILLIAM de WARRENNE, m JOANE, dau of ROBERT de VERE, Earl of Oxford (see under de Vere for ancestors).

                John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey dsp 1347

                ALICE PLANTAGENET, m EDMUND FITZ-ALAN, 8th Earl of Arundel (see under FitzAlan for descendants)

                John, born after his father’s death and succeeded him

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REGINALD de WARRENNE (see above), son of WILLIAM, 2nd Earl of Surrey, m ALICE dau of WILLIAM de WIRMGAY (see under Wirmgay for ancestors)

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de WARRENNE, m BEATRICE, dau of HUGH de PIERPOINT (see under Pierpoint for ancestors)

                BEATRICE, 3rdly m as 3rd wife of HUBERT de BURGH, Earl of Kent (see under Burke for descendants)

 

 

WARWICK - Earls (See under Beauchamp, Dudley, Plessetis, Neville, Newburgh, Rich and Stanley)

 

 

WASSENBURG - Counts

 

FRIEDRICH I, Count of Wassenburg, son of BERTHOLD (see under Bavaria for ancestors), d  1020, m CUNIGUNDE of Oeningen (see under Oeningen for ancestors)

                FRIEDRICH II, Count of Diessen (see under Diessen for descendants)

                BERTHOLD, Count of Diessen (see under Diessen for descendants)

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GÉRARD I, Seigneur de Wassenburg

                GÉRARD II

 

GÉRARD II, Seigneur de Wassenburg

                HENDRIK

                GOSWIN I, Count of Kessel

 

HENDRIK, d ca 1085

                GÉRARD I FLAMINIUS

                Hendrik I, Count of Kessel (1082-1114)

 

GÉRARD I FLAMINIUS, Count of Wassenburg and Gueldres, b ca 1053, d 1112, m as 2nd husband of  xe "Longwy - Comtes" CLEMENCE, heiress of Longwy, dau of Comte GUILLAUME V de Poitou and heiress of Longwy (see under Poitou for ancestors)

                ERMENSINDE, d 1143, m 1stly ADALBERT II von Egisheim (see under Egisheim for descendants). She m 2ndly as 2nd wife of GODFROI,

                     Comte de Namur (see below and under Namur for descendants)

                MATHILDE, m GOTTFRIED, Count of Bliesgau (see under Metz for descendants)

                GÉRARD II

                YOLANDE, heiress of Dodenweerd & Dalen, m 1stly BAUDOUIN II de Flandres & Hainault (see under Hainault for descendants); she 2ndly

                             m Godefroid, Burgrave de Valenciennes

 

GÉRARD II, Count of Wassenburg and Gueldres, d 1131, m IRMGARD, heiress of Zutphen

                JUTTA, heiress of Wassenburg, m VALERAN III, “Paganus”, Comte de Limburg, Arlon & Wassenburg, Duc de Basse-Lorraine, d

                     1139 

                                HENDRIK II, Duc de Limburg, Comte d’Arlon  

 

HENDRIK II, Duc de Limburg, Comte d’Arlon, d 1167

                                HENDRIK

 

HENDRIK, d 1221

                WALERAN IV, d 1226, Seigneur de Fauquemont, m ERMESENDE de Namur-Luxemburg 

                Hendrik, d 1215

                            GÉRARD, d 1226

                                        GÉRARD, d 1254

                                                        GÉRARD, d 1257

                Jutta, m Goswin IV, Seigneur de Fauquemont             

 

 

WAVRIN

 

BAUDOUIN de Wavrin, ca 1129

                ROGER

 

ROGER de Wavrin, d ca 1165, m EMMA dau of WENEMAR, Seigneur de Lillers

                ROBERT

 

ROBERT de Wavrin, d 1191, m ADÉLE de Gand (see under Gand for ancestors)

                HILLIARDE, m BAUDOUIN de Mortaigne (see under Mortaigne for descendants)

 

 

WAYER - Earl of Suffolk & Norfolk

 

RALPH “the Staller”, b bef 1011, d ca 1069, apparently of mixed Norfolk and Breton parents, held barony of Gael in Normandy, created Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk, m EADGIFU.

                RALPH 

 

RALPH (RAOUL) de WAYER, (or de Gael, or de Guader, or de Waet), a companion of the Conqueror, probably a Breton, made Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk by the Conqueror, rebelled, fled and joined Crusade. He m EMMA, sister of the Earl of Hereford (see under FitzOsbern for ancestors)

                Ralph

                Alan

                AMICIA, betrothed to Richard son of King HENRY I, but m ROBERT “le Bossu” de BEAUMONT (see under Beaumont/Bellomont for

                     descendants)

 

 

WEIMAR - Counts & Dukes

 

WILHELM I von Weimar, Count of Weimar, South Caringia, Helmagau and Altgau, d 963, son of WILLIAM, Count of Thuringen (see under Thuringen for ancestors)

                WILHELM II

 

WILHELM II, Count of Weimar and Helmagau, Duke of Thuringia, d 1003, m as 1st husband of ODA dau of DILMAR  

                WILHELM III

                POPPO (see below)

                OTTO, Count of Orlamunda (see under Orlamunda for descendants)

                AGNES, m FRIEDRICH I of Goseck (see under Wettin for descendants)

 

WILHELM III, Count of Weimar, m - - of Orlamunda

                dau, m BERNARD II von HALDENSLEBEN (see under Haldensleben for descendants)

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POPPO von Weimar, (see above), Margrave of Carniola and Istria, m 1stly AZZICA dau of WIRIGAUD, Count of Friuli and Istria (see under Friuli for ancestors)

                ULRIC

 

ULRIC, Count of Weimar and Carniola, m as 1st husband of SOPHIA (d 1095) dau of BELA I of Hungary (see under Hungary for ancestors) 

                POPPO

 

POPPO, Count of Weimar, d 1108, m as 1st husband of SOPHIA, dau of BELA I, King of Hungary (see under Hungary for ancestors)

                SOPHIA, d 1156, m BERTHOLD I, Count of Andech, ancestors of BELA IV of Hungary (see under Andech for descendants)

POPPO 2ndly m RICHARDIS, dau of ENGELBERT I, Count of Ortenberg (see under Ortenberg for ancestors).

                RICHARDIS, m as 2nd wife of OTTO II von SCHEYERN (see under Scheyern for descendants)

 

 

WELLES - Barons

 

RAVEMER, (RADEMER, RAGEMAR or RICHARD), tenant of GILBERT de GANT in Claxby St. Andrew, Withern and Well (from which last manor the family took its name, at first “de Well”, then “de Welle”, and from the 5th Baron “de Welles”) Lincs in 1086. He held the Manor of Well or Welle since soon after 1066, granted for supplying flour and possibly being baker to the Conqueror. The first two spellings for his name occur in the Domesday Book and the third, Ragemer, appears in the Lindsey Survey.

                WALTER

                Gilbert de Welle, a younger son, appears to have had a son

                                Rachmar

 

WALTER, tenant of WALTER de GANT 1115-8

                WILLIAM

                Humphrey, left male descendants

 

WILLIAM, b ca 1155, tenant of SIMON de St. LIZ, Earl of Northampton for 6.5 knights’ fees, d bef 1198, m a sister of Gilbert de Gant, Earl of Lincoln, dau of WALTER de GANT (see under Gant for ancestors) by MAUD, dau of STEPHEN, Count of Brittany (see under Brittany for ancestors).

                ROBERT de WELLE may have become Daptifer (steward) to Gilbert de Gant and thus have been father of ROHESE who m SIMON de

                     Kyme, ancestors of the Barons Kyme  

                Solomon

                Elizabeth, m Robert, son of Hugh de Tateschal

 

ROBERT de WELLE farmed the Honor of Haughley, Suffolk, alias the Honor of Constable 1184-88, d bef 1206, m MAUD 

                WILLIAM de WELLE

 

WILLIAM de WELLE, d 1241/2, various official appointments, m in or bef 1207 EMMA, dau and heir of WILLIAM de GRAINSBY

                ROBERT de WELLE.

 

ROBERT de WELLE d shortly bef 1265, m ISABEL, 2nd dau and co-heir of ADAM de PERITON of Rampsham and Faxton by his wife SARAH. (Katherine, another dau and coheir of ADAM de PERITON m John Paynel). She then m William, Lord Vesci by whom she had a son John, heir to Lord Vesci.

                Philip de Welle, living in 1276 and dsp.

                WILLIAM de WELLE

                John

 

WILLIAM de WELLES, in 11th Edward I obtained a licence for a weekly market at his manor of Alford, Lincs. He m HELWISE (ISABEL) de VESCI (see under de Vesci for ancestors)

                ADAM de WELLES, 1st Baron

                Philip de Welles, at Battle of Falkirk 1298

                WILLIAM de WELLES, Lord of Cottness, b ca 1250 XE "Cottness" , ancestor of RICHARD WELLES who emigrated to America in 1750

                Walter de Welles, b ca 1255, Canon, Abbot & Papal Nuncio

                John de Welles, b ca 1258, Treasurer, became heir to Richard de Ravenson of Cumberworth

                Cecily, nun of Greenfield

                Margaret, Prioress of Greenfield

                Aline, did not marry, possibly a nun

 

ADAM de WELLES, b ca 1245, d 1311, summoned to Parliament in 1298/9 and 1311 as Ade de Welles, whereby he became Baron WELLES or WELLE. He m JOAN, widow of Walter son of Robert, 1st Baron FitzWalter (by whom she had a son Robert in 1291 who died an infant), dau of Sir JOHN ENGAINE of Laxton and Blatherwycke by JOAN, dau and heir of Sir GILBERT de GREINVILLE of Hallaton, Leics. (see under Engaine for ancestors)

                Robert de Welles, 2nd Baron, b 1296/7, d 1320, dsp, m MAUD de CLARE, widow of ROGER de CLIFFORD (see under Clifford for her

                     descendants) 

                ADAM de WELLES, 3rd Baron

                WILLIAM de WELLES (or de Wellesley) of Exning, Suffolk, & Great Sampford, Essex, b ca 1308 

                                JOANE, m HENRY de COGGLESHALL (see under Coggleshall for descendants)

                John de Welles (or de Wellesley), b ca 1310

                Johies, b ca 1315, m --- Demper

 

ADAM de WELLES, 3rd Baron, Constable of Rockingham Castle, b 1304, d 1345, m bef 1334 MARGARET, dau of JOHN Lord BARDOLF (see under Bardolf for ancestors)

                MARGARET, m WILLIAM, son of WILLIAM, Lord Deincourt (see under Deincourt for descendants)

                JOHN de WELLES, 4th Baron

 

JOHN de WELLES, 4th Baron, b 1334, d 1361, m MARGARET (MAUD) dau of WILLIAM, 3rd Lord ROS of Hamlake (see under Ros for ancestors).

                JOHN de WELLES, 5th Baron WELLES

JOHN 2ndly m Joan de Cauntelo (see under Cantilupe for ancestors)

 

JOHN de WELLES, 5th Baron WELLES, b 1352, d 1421,  m MARGARET (ELEANOR), dau of JOHN, Lord MOWBRAY by ELIZABETH, Baroness SEGRAVE (see under Mowbray for ancestors). At a banquet in Edinburgh and presumably after too much alcohol he issued as Champion of England the challenge: “Let words have no place; if ye know not the Chivalry and Valiant deeds of Englishmen; appoint me a day and a place where ye list, and ye shall have experience”. This resulted in a memorable jount on London Bridge the following St George’s Day, 23rd April 1390, in which he lost to DAVID LINDSAY, afterwards 1st Earl of Crawford

                IVES (Eudo or Eon) de WELLES

                Margaret, m 1stly John de Huntingfield; m 2ndly Stephen, 2nd Lord Scrope of Masham, son of Henry (awarded KG 1409) & descendant of Chief

                     Justice Henry Scrope

                ANNE de WELLES m JAMES BUTLER, 3rd Earl of Ormonde (see under Butler for descendants)

JOHN 2ndly m Margery before 13.8.1417

 

IVES (Eudo or Eon) de WELLES, dvp, m MAUD, dau of RALPH, 5th Lord Greystoke. His will was dated at Wakes Colne, Essex.

                LEO

 

LEO (LIONEL) de Welles, 6th Baron, awarded KG before 1457, knighted 14.5.1426, a rather undistinguished Lieutenant of Ireland 1438-42, aligned with Lancaster in the War of the Roses and killed on Palm Sunday 29.3.1461 at Battle of Towton Field. He 1stly m JOANE, only dau and heir of Sir ROBERT WATERTON

                RICHARD

                Alianore (Eleanor), m 1stly Thomas, Lord Hoo & Hastings.

                                Anne

                                Eleanor

                                Elizabeth

            Alianore 2ndly m James Lawrence

                          Thomas, dsp

                          John, dsp

            Alianore 3rdly m Hugh Hastings

                CECILY, m Sir ROBERT WILLOUGHBY (see under Willoughby for descendants)  

                MARGARET, m Sir THOMAS DYMOKE-WELLS; she 2ndly m Robert Radcliffe 

                Katherine, m 1stly Sir Thomas de la Launde (a descendant of William Patry de la Lande who entertained HAROLD in 1064, a companion of the

                     Conqueror, and ancestor of of Sir Gregory de la Launde knighted in 1335 by Lord James Butler, Earl of Ormonde) and they had 2 daus 

                              Joane m William Denton  

                              Margaret m Thomas Berkeley

               Katherine 2ndly m Robert Tempestxe "Tempest" and they had children

                          John, dsp

                          Thomas, dsp

LEO 2ndly m as 3rd husband of MARGARET, widow of JOHN BEAUFORT, 3rd Earl of Somerset and grandparents of King HENRY VII 

                John, knighted 7.8.1485, created Viscount Welles, KG, d 1498, m Lady Cecily Plantagenet, dau of King EDWARD IV and  sister-in-law to King

                     HENRY VII. She 2ndly m Thomas Kyme  

                Ane (sic), d young

                Elizabeth, also appears to have d young

 

RICHARD, summoned to Parliament as Lord Willoughby and Welles, beheaded 1469, m JOANE, dau & heir of ROBERT, Lord Willoughby de Eresby (see under Willoughby for ancestors)

                Robert Welles, Lord Willoughby and Wells,  dsp beheaded in 1469 at Grantham, almost at the same time as his father. Made General of the

                     Lancastrian forces in the War of the Roses, m Elizabeth, dau of John Bourchier, Lord Berners (see under Bourchier for her ancestors)

                Joane, dsp 1474/5, succeeded as Baroness Willoughby and Wells, m 1stly Richard Pigot and 2ndly m Richard Hastings (d 1503, summoned to

                     parliament 1482 as Lord Welles) brother of William, Lord Hastings, Chamberlain to King EDWARD IV 

                              Anthony, dvp

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Richard d’Ouille (de Welles) ,b ca 1030,  brother of Robert (Roger) d’Oilley, a companion of the Conqueror and 1st Castellan of Oxford held the Manor of Welle in Dorset and Manor of Wedna (Welle) in Essex, apparent ancestor (due to Saxon mispronounciation of Ouille) of Wells family in Dorset and Somerset).

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JOCELYN “the Fleming”, a companion of the Conqueror, b ca 1030, given lands in Cukeney, Notts.

            RICARDUS de WELLES, b ca 1060 in Flanders, Lord of Welbec, m HAWISE, dau of HENRI de FERIERS who fought at Hastings (see

                 under Ferrers for ancestors)

                    Richard, b in Nottingham ca 1105, inherited Lordship of Welbec, Notts.

                                   Richard, Lord of Welbec (or Manor of Welles)

                                                   Thomas de Welles, b ca 1130, Lord of Cukeney, founded Abbey of Welbec, m Emma

                                                                   William de Welles, Lord of Welbec, b in Nottingham ca 1160

                                                                                   John de Welles, Lord of Welbec, b ca 1190

                                                                                   Joanna de Welles, b ca 1195

                                                                    Hugo de Welles, b ca 1168

                                                      John de Wells b ca 1170

                                                                    Robert de Welles. b ca 1172

                                                                                   Gilbert de Welles, b ca 1200

                                                                     Isabella de Welles, b ca 1175, m Simon son of the Crusader Bishop Simon de Welles

                                                   Randulphus de Welles, b ca 1135

                                                                     William de Walleys (or Welles), b at Welbec Manor ca 1160, Lord of Woolavington (Wallys), Somerset,

                                                                         m Millicent, dau of Alan de Burei

                                                                     Henry de Welles of Woolavington, b ca 1190, m Muriel

                                                                                    Henry

                                                                                    Walter de Wallys

                                                                                                Gilbert, d 1288

                                                                                                John, m Isola, dau of Geffrey, Lord of Edrington

                                                                                                                Descendants

                                                                                                 Hugh

                                                                      Walter, b ca 1195

                                                                      William, b ca 1200

                                                   Savaricus (Salvini), b ca 1137, Bishop of Bath and Glastonbury

                                                                       Randulphus de Welles, Abbot of Bardney, Lincs

                                                                                       Radus (or Ralph) de Welles, in 1266 held 27 manors (including Welles Manor) & messuages in

                                                                                             Essex

                                                                                  Radulphus de Reyleigh, Lord of Raleigh, in 1333 of Eastwood Manor and Assington

                                                                                         in Essex

                                                                       Galfridus de Welles

                                                                                        Robert de Welles of Welbec Manor, b ca 1200

                                                   Richard de Welles, b ca 1140

                              Galfridus d’Everez (or de Welles), b ca 1135, inherited Episcopate of Bath through his wife, dau of Richard Cotel heir of Wandrel

                                     de Curcelle

                                          Hugo de Welles, b ca 1138, Bishop of Lincoln, Lord Chancellor, Chief of the Barons obtaining the Magna Carta

                                                                   Son

                                                                               Hugo de Welles, b ca 1200

                                          Joscelin de Welles, b 1138, d 1242, Bishop of Bath and Welles, seal on Magna Carta

                                               Simon de Welles, b ca 1145, Archdeacon of Welles, went on crusade with King Richard Coeur de Lion,

                                                              Simon, m ca 1195 Isabella, dau of Thomas de Welles (see above)

                                                                                         Agretain, b ca 1197

                                                                                         Isabella, b ca 1200, m Robert Ribof

                                                                                         Petronella, b ca 1205, m Stephen Fawconbridge (sic)

 

 

WELS, VOHBURG & PASSAU

 

MACHELM of Wels, b ca 740, d 781

                DIETHELM

 

DIETHELM of Wels m ATA dau of SATVARDE de Laufen

                BERTHOLD I of Wels

                                BERTHOLD II of Wels

                                                BERTHOLD III of Wels

                                                                ARNOLD I of Vohburg, m dau of BERTHOLD, Count of Ammertal

                                                           ARNOLD II of Vohburg

                                                                           RAPOTO, d ca 1072

                                                                                           ULRIC

 

ULRIC of Passau, d 1099, m ADELA of Medlingen

                UTHA, m in 1110 ENGILBERT III, Duke of Carinthia (see under Carinthia for descendants)

 

 

WENTWORTH

 

WILLIAM WENTWORTH of Wentworth Woodhouse, Co York, d 1308

                Son 1

                JOHN WENTWORTH I

 

JOHN WENTWORTH I, living 1314

                --- WENTWORTH

                                JOHN WENTWORTH II

 

 JOHN WENTWORTH II of North Elmsall, Co York, living in 1423

                Son 1

                ROGER WENTWORTH

 

ROGER WENTWORTH of Nettlestead m MARGERY de jure Baroness le DESPENSER (d 1478) the childless widow of John, 8th Lord Ros and dau of PHILIP le DESPENSER, 2nd Lord (see under Despenser for ancestors)

                PHILIP WENTWORTH

 

PHILIP WENTWORTH, beheaded 1464 after Battle of Hexham

                HENRY WENTWORTH

 

HENRY WENTWORTH, KB, of Nettlestead, Suffolk. Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk 1481-2, Sheriff of Co York 1489-90. He 1stly m Anne, 1st dau of Sir John Say of Sawbridgeworth

                Sir Richard Wentworth, m Anne, dau of Sir James Tyrelle (who murdered Edward V)

HENRY 2ndly m in 1494 as 2nd husband of ELIZABETH, 2nd dau of JOHN (NEVILLE) Marquess MONTAGUE by ISABEL dau and heir of Sir EDMUND INGALDESTHORPE of East Rainham and Somerton. Isabel had 1stly m Thomas, Lord Scrope of Masham and Upsall (see under Ingaldesthorpe for ancestors) 

                MARGERY, m Sir JOHN SEYMOUR of Wolf Hall, Wilts (see under Seymour for descendants)

 

 

WERL - Counts (See under Westphalia - Counts)

 

 

WESSEX - Saxon Kings (See under England - Kings)

 

 

WEST FRIESLAND - Counts

 

MEGINHARD I

                WICKMANN Ixe "Hamalant - Counts (See also under Ringleheim)"

 

WICKMANN I, Count of Hamalant (855-81), m EVESA

                MEGINHARD II

 

MEGINHARD II, Count of Hamalant, Duke of Friesland

                GEVA, m DIETRICH I (see below)

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GERULF, given land between Rhine and Hennemerland by Emperor ARNULF ca 885

                DIETRICH I

                WICKMANN II, Count of Ghent and Hamalant, m LIUTGARDE, dau of ARNULF I, Count of Flanders, and their dau ADELA m

                     IMMED II, Count of Saxony (see under Saxony for descendants)

 

DIETRICH (DIRK) I, Count of West Friesland (916-39), m GEVA (see above)

                DIETRICH II

 

DIETRICH (DIRK) II, Count of West Friedland (939-88), m HILDEGARDE, dau of ARNULF, Count of Flanders (see under Flanders for ancestors)

                ARNULF I

 

ARNULF I, Count of West Friedland and Ghent (988-93 when killed), m LUITGARDE, dau of SIEGFRIED, Count of Moselgau and Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for ancestors)

                DIETRICH III

                ADALBERT, Comte de Gand (see under Gand for descendants)

                GERTRUDE m LUDOLPH, Count of Brunswick, ancestors of SOPHIA of RHEINECK who m DIETRICH VI Count of Holland

                ADÉLE, m 1stly BAUDOUIN II, Comte de Boulogne (see under Boulogne for descendants); she 2ndly m ENGUERRAND I, Comte de

                     Ponthieu (see under Ponthieu for descendants)

 

DIETRICH (DIRK) III, Count of West Friesland (993-1039), m OTHELENDIS, dau of BERNARD I, Margrave of the Nordmark

Dietrich (Dirk) IV, Count of est Friesland (1039-49)

                FLORENZ I

 

FLORENZ I, Count of West Friesland (1049-61), 1stly GERTRUDE, dau of BERNARD II, Duke of Saxony (see under Saxony for ancestors)

                BERTHA, m PHILIPPE I, King of France (see under France for descendants)

                DIETRICH V

 

DIETRICH (DIRK) V, Count of West Friesland (1061-91), m ULFHILDE

                FLORENZ II “the Fat”, Count of Holland (see under Holland for descendants)

 

 

WESTMORELAND - Earls (See under Neville)

 

 

WESTPHALIA - Counts & Dukes

 

WITTIKIND, Duke of Westphalia (son of WARNECHIN, Duke of Engern and CUNHILDE, m GEVA, dau of EYSTEIN of Vestfold (see under Vestfold for ancestors)

                WICIBERT

 

WICIBERT, Count of Westphalia, d 843/51, m ORDRAD

                WALBERT

 

WALBERT, Count of Threkwitigau, alive 834-72, m ALTBERGE, dau of Count IMMED I of Saxony

                son, m MATHILDE, and they had son DIETRICH, Count of Saxony (see under Saxony for descendants)

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BERNARD I von WERL, Count of Westphalia, d bef 992, m 1stly GERBERGA, widow of Herman II, Duke of Swabia and dau of CONRAD I, King of Burgundy (see under Burgundy for ancestors)

                HERMAN II von WERL

 

HERMAN II von WERL, Count of Werl and Locktrapgau

                HEINRICH III von WERL

                                BERNARD III

 

BERNARD III von WERL, Count of Westphalia, d 1063

                IDA von WERL, m HEINRICH, Count of Laufen (see under Lobdengau for descendants)

 

 

WETTIN

 

BURKHARD I, Count of Grabfeldgau, alive 858-66

                BURKHARD II

 

BURKHARD II, Count of Grabfeldgau, killed 909, m ADRED, dau of BARDO, Count of Soltau

                BURKHARD III

 

BURKHARD III of Wettin and Grabfeldgau, m MATILDE of Hesse

                DEDI

                dau, m WERNER, Count of Wormsgau (see under Wormsgau for descendants)

 

DEDI, Count of Hessegau, d 957, m dau of FRIEDRICH II, Count of Herzgau

                DIETRICH I

                BERKHARD of Wettin (see below)

 

DIETRICH I von WETTIN, Count of Hessegau, killed 976

                DEDI I

 

DEDI I, Count of Northern Hessegau, killed 1009, m THIETBERGE, dau of DIETRICH, Lord of Haldensleben (see under Haldensleben for ancestors)

                DIETRICH II

 

DIETRICH II von WETTIN, Count of Brehna and Eilenburg, Margrave of Niederlausitz, murdered 1034, m MATHILDE, dau of EKKHARD I, Margrave of Meissen (see under Thuringia for ancestors)

                DEDI II

                THIEMO I (see below)

 

DEDI II, Margrave of Niederlaussitz, d 1075, m 2ndly ODA, widow of WILHELM III, Count of Weimar and dau of DIETMAR, Margrave of Lausnitz (see under Saxon Nordmark for ancestors)

                ADELHEID von EILENBURG, m ERNST “the Bold”, Margrave of Austria (see under Austria for descendants)

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BERKHARD of Wettin, (see above, son of DEDI ), killed 982

                FRIEDRICH I

 

FRIEDRICH I, Lord of Goseck, Count of Northern Hessegau and Merseburg, Pfalzgraf of Saxony, d bef 1042, m AGNES, dau of WILHELM II von Weimar, Duke of Thuringia

                ODA of Goseck, m ADALBERT von SOMMERSCHENBURG (see under Sommerschenburg for descendants)

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THIEMO I (see above), Count of Wettin, Brehna, Kostritz & Groitsch-Rochlitz, d ca 1091, m IDA, dau of OTTO I von NORTHEIM (see under Northeim for ancestors) 

                KONRAD

 

KONRAD “the Great”, Count of Brehna & Camburg, Margrave of Meissen & Lausnitz , d 1157, m LUIGARD, dau of ALBERT, Count of Ravenstein

                DEDO V

 

DEDO V “the Strong”, Count of Groitsch-Rochltz & Eilenburg, Margrave of Niederlausitz, d 1190, m MATHILDE, dau of GOSWIN II von HEINSBURG (see under Heinsburg for ancestors)

                AGNES, m BERTHOLD IV, Count of Antioch (see under Andech for descendants)

 

 

WHITTINGDON

 

RHYS SAIS, a descendant of HOWELL DDA and IDWAL, Princes of North Wales, m EFA (see under Wales for ancestors)

                TUDOR de WHITTINGDON, m SIONET

                RANDULPHUS

 

RANDULPHUS de WHITTINGDON, 1stly m as 2nd husband of MAUD PEVERELL (see under Peverell for ancestors)

                MILETTA, m WARINE (see under FitzWarine for descendants)

 


WILLOUGHBY – Barons & Earls of Lincoln

 

ROGER de Muscamp, Lord of Wilebi, Lincs 1086

                ROBERT de Muscam, Seneschal to GILBERT de GAND

                                ROBERT

                                                HUGH de Muscam 

                                                A 2nd son

                                                                Ralph de Wilebi alive 1199 & 1208

 

HUGH de Muscam

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM of Willoughby in the Marsh, d 1225/7, m MAUD, dau & co-heir of WILLIAM de FULLETBY

                ROBERT, 2nd born and 1st surviving son

 

ROBERT de WILLOUGHBY, d 1256/8, m MARGARET, dau & heiress of JOHN de ORREBY XE "Orreby - Lords of" , Lord of Orby (?Orreby) & Ingoldnells, Lincs. 

                WILLIAM

 

WILLIAM de WILLOUGHBY, d 1300, m ALICE, 1st dau and co-heir of JOHN, Lord BEKE of Eresby XE "Beke - Lords of Eresby"

                ROBERT

                Thomas, m Margaret, sister & co-heir of Alun de Munby

                                William Munby, dsp

                                Margaret, m Walter, son of Sir Walter Hamby

 

ROBERT de WILLOUGHBY, d 1317, summoned to Parliament as a Baron 1313, m MARGARET, dau of EDMUND, 1st Lord DEINCOURT (see under Deincourt for ancestors)

                JOHN

 

JOHN, 2nd Baron WILLOUGHBY, b 1303/4, d 1349, m JOAN, dau of PETER ROSCELYN of Edgefield. She 2ndly m William de Swinithwaite

                JOHN

JOHN, 2nd Baron, 2nd m JOANE, dau of THOMAS HOLLAND, 2nd Earl of Kent and widow of EDMUND, Duke of York.  She 3rdly m as the 2nd wife of Henry, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham; and she 4thly m Henry Bromflete (later Baron Vescy)

 

JOHN, 3rd Baron WILLOUGHBY of Eresby, b 1328, d 1372, m CECILY, dau of ROBERT de UFFORD, Earl of Suffolk (see under Ufford for ancestors)

                ROBERT

                Joan, m Gilbert, 3rd Lord Kyme, Earl of Angus

 

ROBERT, 4th Baron WILLOUGHBY of Eresby, b ca 1349, d 1396, m 1stly ALICE, dau of Sir WILLIAM SKIPWORTH

                WILLIAM

            THOMAS, d 1417, m ELIZABETH, dau of JOHN, 3rd Baron NEVILLE by his wife ELIZABETH (see under Neville for ancestors)

                                JOHN, de jure 7th Lord Latimer, d 1437

                                                JOHN, 8th Lord Latimer, d 1477, m ANNE CHEYNEY, heiress of Broke, Wilts

                                                                Robert, 9th Lord Latimer and Lord Willoughby de Broke, d 1502

ROBERT 2ndly m Margery, dau of William, 2nd Baron La Zouche

ROBERT 3rdly m Elizabeth, Baroness Latimer, widow of JOHN, 3rd Baron Neville of Raby & dau of WILLIAM, 4th Baron Latimer 

 

WILLIAM, 5th Baron WILLOUGHBY of Eresby, K.G., b ca 1370, d 1409, m 1stly LUCY, dau of ROGER, 5th Baron STRANGE (see under Strange for ancestors) 

                ROBERT, 6th Baron Willoughby of Eresby, K.G., b 1385, d 1452, m 1stly ELIZABETH, dau of JOHN MONTAGU, 3rd EARL of

                     SALISBURY (see under Montagu for ancestors)

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