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21501 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7434
 
21502 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6883
 
21503 [EugeneBedard.FTW]


Cimetière protestant 
BROCK, Steven (I34793)
 
21504 [gingras_may2007.GED]

L'année 1802 est manquante au Fonds Drouin.

BMS2000 v.10ID : 1354928Cote : 9Responsable : SGQ
RôleNomPrénomFeu(e)
ÉpouxGINGRASJean
PèreGINGRASCharles
MèreROGERCharlotte
Ex-conjointe--
ÉpouseDAIGLERose
PèreDAIGLEAndré
MèreRONDEAUJosette
Ex-conjoint--
ParoisseLocalitéComtéProvincePays
St-AntoineSt-Antoine-de-TillyLotbinièreQuébecCanada
DateNotes
1802-07-27

Mes Aïeux- Famille numéro 8712474

Mariage: Le 27 juillet 1802 à Saint-Antoine-De-Tilly
Municipalité/District: Saint-Antoine-De-Tilly/Lotbiniere
Entre Jean Gingras
et Rose Daigle

Parents:

Andre Daigle

Josephte Rondeau
Mariage des enfants:
DateMunicipalitéPrénomSexeConjoint
1826-01-16Saint-Antoine-De-TillyRosalieFJean-Baptiste Sevigny
1826-10-17Saint-Antoine-De-TillyGermainMDomitille Cote
1831-02-14Saint-Antoine-De-TillyCharlesMCatherine Sevigny
1832-02-14Saint-Antoine-De-TillyJeanMMarie Sevigny
1834-01-21Saint-Antoine-De-TillySophieFPierre Sevigny
1837-11-07Saint-Antoine-De-TillyEmilieFJoseph Garneau
1845-11-25Saint-Antoine-De-TillyElmireFEdmond Larue 
Family F20838
 
21505 [gingras_may2007.GED]

les parents sont de St-Antoine-de-Tilly
Il y a le décès d'un Charles Gingras le 18 décembre, inhumé le 20 décembre 1809 à St-Nicolas, image 19. Aucune mention des parents ou d'une épouse. On le dit âgé de 65 ans, ce qui concorde avec ce Charles-ci... 
GINGRAS, Charles (I74903)
 
21506 [gingras_may2007.GED]

Mes Aïeux- Famille numéro 2434488
Mariage: Le 11 février 1759 à Notre-Dame-De-L'annonciation
Municipalité/District: L'ancienne-Lorette/Communaute-Urbaine-De-Quebec, Canada
Entre Pierre Voyer
et Ursule Moysan
Parents: Pierre Voyer/Therese Vaslin

Mariage des enfants:
DateMunicipalitéPrénomSexeConjoint
1785-02-07QuebecIgnaceMMarie Barbeau
1788-10-06L'ancienne-LoretteMadeleineFJean-Baptiste Resche
1799-09-02L'ancienne-LoretteUrsuleFPierre Cloutier
1800-02-24NeuvilleFrancoisMMadeleine Vandal
1802-11-22NeuvilleCharlesMFrancoise Lefebvre
1803-08-22NeuvilleJosephMMarie-Anne Auger 
Family F48639
 
21507 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

1148 20 Jan Louis reaches Antalya. 24-28 July: Second crusade defeated outside Damascus. Louis VII commanded the largest army put into the field by Latins assembled at Tiberia. He searved with Conrad III and King Baldwin III of Jerusalem in 1129. 
FRANCE, King Louis VII Capet of (I67991)
 
21508 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Alfonso suppressed the emirates of Murcia and Niebla, leaving only Granada under the Muslim Rule. He expelled all the Muslims from Castilian Andalucia, replacing them with thousands of Christian settlers.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

Alfonso suppressed the emirates of Murcia and Niebla, leaving only Granada under the Muslim Rule. He expelled all the Muslims from Castilian Andalucia, replacing them with thousands of Christian settlers.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

Alfonso suppressed the emirates of Murcia and Niebla, leaving only Granada under the Muslim Rule. He expelled all the Muslims from Castilian Andalucia, replacing them with thousands of Christian settlers.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File # (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org. 
HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, Emperor Alfonso X De Castilla (I83456)
 
21509 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

He inherited the estates in Boulogne and his families great estates in England. He took part in the crusade and returned to Europe before the death of Godfrey.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

He inherited the estates in Boulogne and his families great estates in England. He took part in the crusade and returned to Europe before the death of Godfrey.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

He inherited the estates in Boulogne and his families great estates in England. He took part in the crusade and returned to Europe before the death of Godfrey.SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, anestral file #8XJK-4V (familysearch.org)
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier ; L. Orlandini, Manuel Abranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas , Jacquier , A. Brabant , Paul Leportier, Claude Barret, H.R. Moser , O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican A.Terlinden , L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge, S. Bontron , R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux , Jean de Villoutreys , E. Wilkerson-Theaux , O. Auffray... http://geneastar.org.
"Ancestors/Descendants of Charlemagne Carolingien" http://www.geneastar.org.
"Holy Blood, Holy Grail", by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, Delta trade paperbook, 2004, genealogy charts pgs. 248-249, 262-263, 266-267.

Ancestors/D escendants Eustache King of Jerusalem< /a>[royalty_combined6.FTW]



SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, anestral file #8XJK-4V (familysearch.org)
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier ; L. Orlandini, Manuel Abranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas , Jacquier , A. Brabant , Paul Leportier, Claude Barret, H.R. Moser , O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican A.Terlinden , L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge, S. Bontron , R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux , Jean de Villoutreys , E. Wilkerson-Theaux , O. Auffray... http://geneastar.org.
"Ancestors/Descendants of Charlemagne Carolingien" http://www.geneastar.org.
"Holy Blood, Holy Grail", by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, Delta trade paperbook, 2004, genealogy charts pgs. 248-249, 262-263, 266-267.

Ancestors/D escendants Eustache King of Jerusalem< /a>[royalty_combined6.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, anestral file #8XJK-4V (familysearch.org)
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier ; L. Orlandini, Manuel Abranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas , Jacquier , A. Brabant , Paul Leportier, Claude Barret, H.R. Moser , O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican A.Terlinden , L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge, S. Bontron , R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux , Jean de Villoutreys , E. Wilkerson-Theaux , O. Auffray... http://geneastar.org.
"Ancestors/Descendants of Charlemagne Carolingien" http://www.geneastar.org.
"Holy Blood, Holy Grail", by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, Delta trade paperbook, 2004, genealogy charts pgs. 248-249, 262-263, 266-267.

Ancestors/D escendants Eustache King of Jerusalem< /a> 
BURGUNDY, Count Eustache III of (I31669)
 
21510 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

He opposed the attack upon Zadar and the diversion of the Fourth Crusade on principle. Simon in his late forties, Lord of Montfort and Epernon since 1181, he had inherited the earldom of Leicester in 1204 on the death of a maternal uncle. He was Courageous, Tenacious and devout. He was a great military commander and a model husband. In 1210 Simon mastered the rest of the Trencavel lands and King Peter II of Aragon, who had earlier refused to acknoledge him, now accepted his offer of homeage for them. Simon went after the lands of Raymond of Toulouse because he had not fulfilled his agreements and could not be trusted.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

He opposed the attack upon Zadar and the diversion of the Fourth Crusade on principle. Simon in his late forties, Lord of Montfort and Epernon since 1181, he had inherited the earldom of Leicester in 1204 on the death of a maternal uncle. He was Courageous, Tenacious and devout. He was a great military commander and a model husband. In 1210 Simon mastered the rest of the Trencavel lands and King Peter II of Aragon, who had earlier refused to acknoledge him, now accepted his offer of homeage for them. Simon went after the lands of Raymond of Toulouse because he had not fulfilled his agreements and could not be trusted.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

He opposed the attack upon Zadar and the diversion of the Fourth Crusade on principle. Simon in his late forties, Lord of Montfort and Epernon since 1181, he had inherited the earldom of Leicester in 1204 on the death of a maternal uncle. He was Courageous, Tenacious and devout. He was a great military commander and a model husband. In 1210 Simon mastered the rest of the Trencavel lands and King Peter II of Aragon, who had earlier refused to acknoledge him, now accepted his offer of homeage for them. Simon went after the lands of Raymond of Toulouse because he had not fulfilled his agreements and could not be trusted.[royalty_combined6.FTW]



French leader of the Albigensian Crusade declared by Pope Innocent III against the Cathari, an unorthodox religious group in southern France (B.Yeurc'h, contributer: Encyclopedia Brittannica)
"French leader of the Albigensian Crusade declared by Pope Innocent III against the Cathari, an unorthodox religious group in southern France."

SOURCES: "Ancestors/Descendants of Ranulph de Meschines" http://ww.geneastar.org ( with credit for above narrative to B. Yeurc'h--Encyclopedia Britannica)
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925).... http://geneastar.org.[royalty.FTW]

French leader of the Albigensian Crusade declared by Pope Innocent III against the Cathari, an unorthodox religious group in southern France (B.Yeurc'h, contributer: Encyclopedia Brittannica)
"French leader of the Albigensian Crusade declared by Pope Innocent III against the Cathari, an unorthodox religious group in southern France."

SOURCES: "Ancestors/Descendants of Ranulph de Meschines" http://ww.geneastar.org ( with credit for above narrative to B. Yeurc'h--Encyclopedia Britannica)
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925).... http://geneastar.org. 
MONTFORT, Earl Simon V De (I118581)
 
21511 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

His real name was Jagiello, Grand Duke of Lithuania. When he marriedthe Polish Queen Jadwiga in Cracow he took the name of King VladislavII of Poland. In 1386 he converted to Christianity. He gained powerin Poland with the help of Teutonic Knights.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

His real name was Jagiello, Grand Duke of Lithuania. When he marriedthe Polish Queen Jadwiga in Cracow he took the name of King VladislavII of Poland. In 1386 he converted to Christianity. He gained powerin Poland with the help of Teutonic Knights.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

His real name was Jagiello, Grand Duke of Lithuania. When he marriedthe Polish Queen Jadwiga in Cracow he took the name of King VladislavII of Poland. In 1386 he converted to Christianity. He gained powerin Poland with the help of Teutonic Knights.[royalty_combined6.FTW]



SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File #6TKR-ZT,"Ancestors/Descendants of Saher Zouche" http://www.geneastar.org, "Ancestors/Descendants of Sanchade Castilla" (b 1154) at http//www.geneastar.org, and "Stimpson Family" Cory Stimpson at AWTP.

SOURCES: "Ancestors/Descendants of Sancha de Castilla" (b 1154) at http//www.geneastar.org.[royalty.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File #6TKR-ZT,"Ancestors/Descendants of Saher Zouche" http://www.geneastar.org, "Ancestors/Descendants of Sanchade Castilla" (b 1154) at http//www.geneastar.org, and "Stimpson Family" Cory Stimpson at AWTP.

SOURCES: "Ancestors/Descendants of Sancha de Castilla" (b 1154) at http//www.geneastar.org. 
POLAND, King Wladislaw II Piast of (I132988)
 
21512 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.

Invalid baptism temple code: HI.

Invalid endowment temple code: HI.SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, ancestral file #9HQL-3L (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Neuman-Smith-Goodale Family and Ancestors" Michael R. Neuman michaelneuman@earthlink.net
"Stimpson Family", Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com [royalty_combined6.FTW]



SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, ancestral file #9HQL-3L (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Neuman-Smith-Goodale Family and Ancestors" Michael R. Neuman michaelneuman@earthlink.net
"Stimpson Family", Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com [royalty.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, ancestral file #9HQL-3L (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Neuman-Smith-Goodale Family and Ancestors" Michael R. Neuman michaelneuman@earthlink.net
"Stimpson Family", Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com[royalty_combined6.FTW]



SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File # (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.[royalty.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File # (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org. 
SEMUR, Countess Ermegarde Blanche D' Anjou De (I146584)
 
21513 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

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[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

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SANDOMIERZ, Prince Kazimierz II of (I144931)
 
21514 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Louis died at Montpensier in 1226 of a desease contracted in Longuedoc.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

Louis died at Montpensier in 1226 of a desease contracted in Longuedoc.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

Louis died at Montpensier in 1226 of a desease contracted in Longuedoc.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS Family History Library, ancestral file #8XJD-DK (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Stimpson Family" Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com 
CAPET, King Louis VIII of FRANCE (I67992)
 
21515 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Manuel was leader of the Byzantine empire and was on good terms withConrad, King of Germany, as he had married Conrads adopted daughter and relative. He is a grandson of Alexus, leader and king over the eastern church. It was thought by the French that he plotted against them and their march to the Holy land.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

Manuel was leader of the Byzantine empire and was on good terms withConrad, King of Germany, as he had married Conrads adopted daughter and relative. He is a grandson of Alexus, leader and king over the eastern church. It was thought by the French that he plotted against them and their march to the Holy land.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

Manuel was leader of the Byzantine empire and was on good terms withConrad, King of Germany, as he had married Conrads adopted daughter and relative. He is a grandson of Alexus, leader and king over the eastern church. It was thought by the French that he plotted against them and their march to the Holy land.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestal File # (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net 
CONSTANTINOPLE, Emperor Manuel I KOMNENOS of (I88818)
 
21516 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Stephen went on the First Crusade and was one of the leaders at the battle of Antioch. He traveled with his brother in Law, Robert of Normandie and his first cousin Robert of Flanders. At one point Stephen was elected comander in chief but he deserted his comand. They all three comanded armies. Each came with an entorage of relatives and dependants and hired soldiers to do the fighting. They were stationed on the North Wall of the Holy City when it fell to the Christian armies. Stephen returned home to Europ after the conquest but returned east after a repremand from the pope. He returned to Jerusalum in 1100 along with his family. Stephen was killed 17 May 1102 durring an invasion of Egupt.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

Stephen went on the First Crusade and was one of the leaders at the battle of Antioch. He traveled with his brother in Law, Robert of Normandie and his first cousin Robert of Flanders. At one point Stephen was elected comander in chief but he deserted his comand. They all three comanded armies. Each came with an entorage of relatives and dependants and hired soldiers to do the fighting. They were stationed on the North Wall of the Holy City when it fell to the Christian armies. Stephen returned home to Europ after the conquest but returned east after a repremand from the pope. He returned to Jerusalum in 1100 along with his family. Stephen was killed 17 May 1102 durring an invasion of Egupt.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

Stephen went on the First Crusade and was one of the leaders at the battle of Antioch. He traveled with his brother in Law, Robert of Normandie and his first cousin Robert of Flanders. At one point Stephen was elected comander in chief but he deserted his comand. They all three comanded armies. Each came with an entorage of relatives and dependants and hired soldiers to do the fighting. They were stationed on the North Wall of the Holy City when it fell to the Christian armies. Stephen returned home to Europ after the conquest but returned east after a repremand from the pope. He returned to Jerusalum in 1100 along with his family. Stephen was killed 17 May 1102 durring an invasion of Egupt.Count Blois, Meaux, Brie, Chartres, and Tour.
SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestal File # 8XJ0-VB (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net[royalty_combined6.FTW]



Count Blois, Meaux, Brie, Chartres, and Tour.
SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestal File # 8XJ0-VB (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net[royalty.FTW]

Count Blois, Meaux, Brie, Chartres, and Tour.
SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestal File # 8XJ0-VB (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net 
BLOIS, Count Etienne (Stephen) Henri II of de NAVARRE (I27777)
 
21517 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

Went to the crusades along with Stephen of Burgandy and Robert of Flanders, and Robert of Normandy and Stephen of Blois. He has been calleda lay prince. He brought in a lot of money to the effort of the crusade. He was known as the first troubadour, singing as he went along. Later his grandaughter Eleanor of Aquitaine was a patroness of poets.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

William IX (b. Oct. 22, 1071--d. Feb. 10, 1127, Poitiers, France.), medieval troubadour, count of Poitiers and duke of Aquitaine and of Gascony(1086-1127), son of William VIII and grandfather of the famous Eleanorof Aquitaine.

William IX spent most of his life in warfare, including leading an unsuccessful Crusade to the Holy Land (1101-02) and battling the Moors near Cordova (1120-23). His fame rests chiefly, however, on his being the first poet in the Provençal language whose works have come down to us. His chansons, or songs, are boisterous, amorous, humorous, usuallydelicate but sometimes coarsely obscene and tend, in the fashion of courtly love, to idolize one's lady love. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97]

Assisted Philip I of France against William the Conqueror. He erectedthe Palace of Poictou, and, after confering large donations on the Church, died. The dates and name are unclear. Some label him as William VII. [Directory of Royal Genealogical Data]

(AFN: 9HM1-H1)
Note:
William IX (b. Oct. 22, 1071--d. Feb. 10, 1127, Poitiers, France.), medieval troubadour, count of Poitiers and duke of Aquitaine and of Gascony(1086-1127), son of William VIII and grandfather of the famous Eleanorof Aquitaine.

William IX spent most of his life in warfare, including leading an unsuccessful Crusade to the Holy Land (1101-02) and battling the Moors near Cordova (1120-23). His fame rests chiefly, however, on his being the first poet in the Provençal language whose works have come down to us. His chansons, or songs, are boisterous, amorous, humorous, usuallydelicate but sometimes coarsely obscene and tend, in the fashion of courtly love, to idolize one's lady love. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97]

Assisted Philip I of France against William the Conqueror. He erectedthe Palace of Poictou, and, after confering large donations on the Church, died. The dates and name are unclear. Some label him as William VII. [Directory of Royal Genealogical Data] 
AQUITAINE, Count Guillaume VII (IX) (le Troubadour) of POITIERS (I132896)
 
21518 [jeanne_de_roucy.FTW]

William the Conqueror,called "the Bastard", King of England. He was knighted by King Henry of France, within ten years of his doing homage to him at about age 9 when his father took him to Paris on the way to the crusades. He was no doubt about 12 years old, when he was knighted.[royalty_combined6.FTW]

[jeanne_de_roucy2.FTW]

William the Conqueror,called "the Bastard", King of England. He was knighted by King Henry of France, within ten years of his doing homage to him at about age 9 when his father took him to Paris on the way to the crusades. He was no doubt about 12 years old, when he was knighted.[rlbisson_roucy.FTW]

William the Conqueror,called "the Bastard", King of England. He was knighted by King Henry of France, within ten years of his doing homage to him at about age 9 when his father took him to Paris on the way to the crusades. He was no doubt about 12 years old, when he was knighted.[royalty_combined6.FTW]



King William I of England -- better known as William the Conqueror --was born in 1027 or 1028. His father, Duke Robert I of Normandy, was known as "Robert the Devil" and "Robert the Magnificent." William was born of a liaison between the devilish duke and a tanner's daughter named Herleve or Herleva and popularly remembered as Arlette or Arletta.
According to legend, Robert and Arlette met when they were both in their late teens. Robert was riding his horse one day when he saw the lovely Arlette washing her clothes in a river. (According to another story, Arlette was dancing beside a road when Robert first spied her.) Instantly smitten, the duke sent one of his servants to summon Arlette to his castle. She agreed to become Robert's mistress, but insisted onliving with him openly rather than conducting the affair in secrecy. Their son William was born within a year of their first meeting. Arlette later had a daughter, Adelaide, who may also have been Robert's child.
After her relationship with Robert ended, Arlette married a viscount with whom she had four children, including a son called Odo of Bayeux who would become one of William's most trusted advisors. William's sister Adelaide grew up to marry three counts.
When William was about eight, his father decided to go on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Before leaving, Robert called his vassals together and ordered them to swear fealty to William. Reluctantly the men obeyed. Perhaps Robert did not expect to return from the Holy Land; if so, he was right. He died on his journey, and his illegitimate son became the new Duke of Normandy.
Robert's barons quickly forgot their vow of loyalty to William. When they weren't fighting amongst themselves, they were plotting to do away with the young duke in order to seize his power. First one of William's guardians, Gilbert of Brionne, was murdered; then William's uncleOsbern, Arlette's brother, was killed while protecting William from kidnappers who had invaded the boy's bedroom. William's tutor was also murdered. Not surprisingly, William's supporters decided to send him away from home for his own protection. William's uncle Walter -- brotherof Arlette and Osbern -- frequently woke William in the dead of nightand smuggled him to a new hiding place under cover of darkness.
Like most children of that time, William grew up fast. At around age fifteen he was knighted, and when he was nineteen or twenty he went towar against his cousin Guy of Burgundy to defend his inheritance. Withthe help of French king Henri I, he defeated Guy and forced the rebelsto swear allegiance to him. But the battles of "William the Bastard,"as his enemies called him, were far from over. He was always fightingsomeone -- even his erstwhile ally, Henri I. The beleaguered boy became a ruthless, powerful, and greatly feared conqueror.
William's Wife
When William was in his early twenties he asked Count Baldwin V of Flanders for his daughter Matilda's hand in marriage. But Matilda was already in love with an Englishman named Brihtric. She supposedly proclaimed that she would rather become a nun than the wife of a bastard, which made William so angry that he attacked her in the street as she left church one day. He slapped her, tore her clothes, threw her to the ground, and rode off.
Not an auspicious start to a marriage, yet William and Matilda did eventually marry, and they seem to have been quite happy together. They must have been an odd couple to behold, since William was tall and reportedly grew very fat later in life, while Matilda was short -- almosta dwarf -- and slender. They had at least four sons and five daughters. The pope objected to William and Matilda's marriage because they were distant cousins. For a while they (and everyone else in Normandy) were excommunicated, but after several years they were admitted back into the Church in return for building two abbeys.
In 1051 William paid a visit to the king of England, Edward the Confessor. Edward had been raised in Normandy, and he and William were cousins. The "Confessor" was a highly religious man who purportedly had the power to heal. His servants saved his bath water and gave it to sick people to drink, or put it in the eyes of the blind to restore their sight. A hundred years after his death Edward was made a Catholic saint.
Although he had a young wife, Edward was celibate and therefore childless. So he promised to make William his heir -- or at least, that's what William claimed.
Edward's brother-in-law Harold Godwinson visited Normandy in 1063 or 1064. According to some accounts Edward had sent Harold to see William; by other accounts, Harold only ended up in Normandy because his ship had been blown off course. Apparently he was not permitted to leavethe country until he had sworn on holy relics that he would uphold William's claim to the English throne. He also promised to marry William's daughter Agatha, who was then just a child.
But Harold broke both of these promises, thereby setting the stage for the Norman invasion of England.
Conquest and Death
In January of 1066 the dying King Edward named Harold as his successor, thereby breaking his promise to leave the throne to William. Edwarddidn't really have the right to choose the next king; that right belonged to a royal council called the witan. The witan, too, chose Harold.He was crowned the day after Edward's death.
Outraged, William sent messages to Harold, reminding him that he had sworn to support William's claim to the throne and marry William's daughter Agatha. But Harold was already king, and he soon married anotherwoman. It was not long before William had his revenge. In September of1066 he invaded England, and on October 14 he defeated Harold at the Battle of Hastings. Harold was killed by an arrow through the eye, andWilliam became England's king. His coronation took place on ChristmasDay.
The conqueror ruthlessly put down all opponents and subjugated the English people. Among those who suffered his wrath was the man who had been his wife Matilda's first love, the unfortunate Brihtric. He was thrown into a dungeon, where he died.
William's family life was often turbulent. His most troublesome childwas his eldest son, Robert Curthose, presumably so called because he had short legs (taking after the tiny Queen Matilda). When William refused to allow Robert to govern Normandy, his son allied with William'senemies. In 1079 the two actually met in one-on-one combat and Robertwounded William in the hand. William's favorite son, William Rufus, was also wounded in the battle. Yet the king and Robert later reconciled, and when William died he left Normandy to Robert. William Rufus inherited the throne of England.
The king also fell out with his half-brother Odo, who had fought by his side at Hastings and whom William had made a bishop. Odo committed some crime -- exactly what is not known -- and William sent him to prison for five years.
Another unfortunate member of William's family was his daughter Agatha, who had once expected to marry King Harold. It is said that she always loved Harold, and never wanted to another husband. In her teens she was betrothed to the king of Castile, but she died on her way to the wedding.
Age doesn't seem to have mellowed William much. He was still frequenting battlefields in his early sixties. While fighting the French at the Battle of Mantes, he was thrown against the pommel of his saddle soviolently that his intestines burst. Five weeks later -- on September9, 1087 -- England's conqueror died. His servants stripped him bare and abandoned his body, but a kind-hearted knight arranged a funeral for him at the abbey of St. Stephen in Caen.
The funeral was disrupted by the outbreak of a fire. After extinguishing it, the pallbearers tried to cram the king's bloated corpse into atoo-small sarcophagus. The body exploded, creating a horrible smell that sent mourners running for the exits. Over the ensuing centuries William's tomb was twice desecrated by French rebels -- an ignoble end for one of history's greatest conquerors.
__________________________________________________________________
SOURCES: LDS Family History Library Ancestral File #8XHZ-SV (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Stimpson Family", Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com, who very generously shared above narrative.
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net
"Kare - Strange Family Tree" jockare@hotmail.com
"Our Kingdom Come" Eileen McKinnon-Suggs suggs16@msn.com.
"The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest" Jim Weber jim.weber@nwintl.co[royalty.FTW]

King William I of England -- better known as William the Conqueror --was born in 1027 or 1028. His father, Duke Robert I of Normandy, was known as "Robert the Devil" and "Robert the Magnificent." William was born of a liaison between the devilish duke and a tanner's daughter named Herleve or Herleva and popularly remembered as Arlette or Arletta.
According to legend, Robert and Arlette met when they were both in their late teens. Robert was riding his horse one day when he saw the lovely Arlette washing her clothes in a river. (According to another story, Arlette was dancing beside a road when Robert first spied her.) Instantly smitten, the duke sent one of his servants to summon Arlette to his castle. She agreed to become Robert's mistress, but insisted onliving with him openly rather than conducting the affair in secrecy. Their son William was born within a year of their first meeting. Arlette later had a daughter, Adelaide, who may also have been Robert's child.
After her relationship with Robert ended, Arlette married a viscount with whom she had four children, including a son called Odo of Bayeux who would become one of William's most trusted advisors. William's sister Adelaide grew up to marry three counts.
When William was about eight, his father decided to go on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Before leaving, Robert called his vassals together and ordered them to swear fealty to William. Reluctantly the men obeyed. Perhaps Robert did not expect to return from the Holy Land; if so, he was right. He died on his journey, and his illegitimate son became the new Duke of Normandy.
Robert's barons quickly forgot their vow of loyalty to William. When they weren't fighting amongst themselves, they were plotting to do away with the young duke in order to seize his power. First one of William's guardians, Gilbert of Brionne, was murdered; then William's uncleOsbern, Arlette's brother, was killed while protecting William from kidnappers who had invaded the boy's bedroom. William's tutor was also murdered. Not surprisingly, William's supporters decided to send him away from home for his own protection. William's uncle Walter -- brotherof Arlette and Osbern -- frequently woke William in the dead of nightand smuggled him to a new hiding place under cover of darkness.
Like most children of that time, William grew up fast. At around age fifteen he was knighted, and when he was nineteen or twenty he went towar against his cousin Guy of Burgundy to defend his inheritance. Withthe help of French king Henri I, he defeated Guy and forced the rebelsto swear allegiance to him. But the battles of "William the Bastard,"as his enemies called him, were far from over. He was always fightingsomeone -- even his erstwhile ally, Henri I. The beleaguered boy became a ruthless, powerful, and greatly feared conqueror.
William's Wife
When William was in his early twenties he asked Count Baldwin V of Flanders for his daughter Matilda's hand in marriage. But Matilda was already in love with an Englishman named Brihtric. She supposedly proclaimed that she would rather become a nun than the wife of a bastard, which made William so angry that he attacked her in the street as she left church one day. He slapped her, tore her clothes, threw her to the ground, and rode off.
Not an auspicious start to a marriage, yet William and Matilda did eventually marry, and they seem to have been quite happy together. They must have been an odd couple to behold, since William was tall and reportedly grew very fat later in life, while Matilda was short -- almosta dwarf -- and slender. They had at least four sons and five daughters. The pope objected to William and Matilda's marriage because they were distant cousins. For a while they (and everyone else in Normandy) were excommunicated, but after several years they were admitted back into the Church in return for building two abbeys.
In 1051 William paid a visit to the king of England, Edward the Confessor. Edward had been raised in Normandy, and he and William were cousins. The "Confessor" was a highly religious man who purportedly had the power to heal. His servants saved his bath water and gave it to sick people to drink, or put it in the eyes of the blind to restore their sight. A hundred years after his death Edward was made a Catholic saint.
Although he had a young wife, Edward was celibate and therefore childless. So he promised to make William his heir -- or at least, that's what William claimed.
Edward's brother-in-law Harold Godwinson visited Normandy in 1063 or 1064. According to some accounts Edward had sent Harold to see William; by other accounts, Harold only ended up in Normandy because his ship had been blown off course. Apparently he was not permitted to leavethe country until he had sworn on holy relics that he would uphold William's claim to the English throne. He also promised to marry William's daughter Agatha, who was then just a child.
But Harold broke both of these promises, thereby setting the stage for the Norman invasion of England.
Conquest and Death
In January of 1066 the dying King Edward named Harold as his successor, thereby breaking his promise to leave the throne to William. Edwarddidn't really have the right to choose the next king; that right belonged to a royal council called the witan. The witan, too, chose Harold.He was crowned the day after Edward's death.
Outraged, William sent messages to Harold, reminding him that he had sworn to support William's claim to the throne and marry William's daughter Agatha. But Harold was already king, and he soon married anotherwoman. It was not long before William had his revenge. In September of1066 he invaded England, and on October 14 he defeated Harold at the Battle of Hastings. Harold was killed by an arrow through the eye, andWilliam became England's king. His coronation took place on ChristmasDay.
The conqueror ruthlessly put down all opponents and subjugated the English people. Among those who suffered his wrath was the man who had been his wife Matilda's first love, the unfortunate Brihtric. He was thrown into a dungeon, where he died.
William's family life was often turbulent. His most troublesome childwas his eldest son, Robert Curthose, presumably so called because he had short legs (taking after the tiny Queen Matilda). When William refused to allow Robert to govern Normandy, his son allied with William'senemies. In 1079 the two actually met in one-on-one combat and Robertwounded William in the hand. William's favorite son, William Rufus, was also wounded in the battle. Yet the king and Robert later reconciled, and when William died he left Normandy to Robert. William Rufus inherited the throne of England.
The king also fell out with his half-brother Odo, who had fought by his side at Hastings and whom William had made a bishop. Odo committed some crime -- exactly what is not known -- and William sent him to prison for five years.
Another unfortunate member of William's family was his daughter Agatha, who had once expected to marry King Harold. It is said that she always loved Harold, and never wanted to another husband. In her teens she was betrothed to the king of Castile, but she died on her way to the wedding.
Age doesn't seem to have mellowed William much. He was still frequenting battlefields in his early sixties. While fighting the French at the Battle of Mantes, he was thrown against the pommel of his saddle soviolently that his intestines burst. Five weeks later -- on September9, 1087 -- England's conqueror died. His servants stripped him bare and abandoned his body, but a kind-hearted knight arranged a funeral for him at the abbey of St. Stephen in Caen.
The funeral was disrupted by the outbreak of a fire. After extinguishing it, the pallbearers tried to cram the king's bloated corpse into atoo-small sarcophagus. The body exploded, creating a horrible smell that sent mourners running for the exits. Over the ensuing centuries William's tomb was twice desecrated by French rebels -- an ignoble end for one of history's greatest conquerors.
__________________________________________________________________
SOURCES: LDS Family History Library Ancestral File #8XHZ-SV (familysearch.org)
WEB:
"Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, ManuelAbranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejacet Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Tableof descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI),A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier,Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Successionof Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of theexisting British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge,S.Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen,P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire), H de Riberolles (Base Tournemire), Franck Veillon; ,(Histoire Généalogique de la Maison de Hornes, Bruxelles 1848; Notice Historique Sur L'Ancien Comté de Hornes, Gand 1850; Europäische Stammtafeln, Marburg 1978); E.Driant / "LaMaisonde Damas" par Hubert Lamant, 1977 (Bibliothèque municipale d'Eaubonne)
........... http://geneastar.org.
AWTP:
"Stimpson Family", Cory Stimpson cbstimpson@hotmail.com, who very generously shared above narrative.
"The Ancestry of Overmire Tifft Richardson Bradford Reed" Larry Overmire larryover@worldnet.att.net
"Kare - Strange Family Tree" jockare@hotmail.com
"Our Kingdom Come" Eileen McKinnon-Suggs suggs16@msn.com.
"The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest" Jim Weber jim.weber@nwintl.co[royalty_combined6.FTW]

1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 OCT 1024 2 PLAC Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1087 2 PLAC Rouen, France 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001

[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 81, 89, 140, 141; Kings and Queens of Britain; Coe; Norr;A. Roots 121, 121E, 169; AF; Kraentzler 1062, 1156, 1218, 1241, 1265,1342, 1346, 1350; Butler; Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants; Pfafman; AIS; Davis.
Roots: Duke of Normandy and King of England.
Descents: William I, the Conqueror, King of England, died 1087.
AIS: William the Conqueror, King of England, born 14 Oct. 1024, Falaise, France; died 9 Sept. 1087, Hermenbraville, France
Crowned King of England Dec. 25, 1066, after the Battle of Hastings. Reigned from 1066-1087, first of the English Royal House of Normandy.
Davis: William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy 1035-1087 and King of England 1066-1087. About one-fifth or one-sixth of William's 1066 invasion force was from outside Normandy, notably from Brittany, Flanders,Artois and Picardy.
K-1350: William I, Duke of Normandy and King of England, born 14 Oct.1024 at Falais, Calvados, France; married Matilda about 1053; died 9 Sept. 1087 at Hermenbraville, S-Infr., France
Norr lists six or seven children by Matilda: Adelia, William II, Henry I, Adelaide, Robert and Constance (and/or) Daughter, born about 1066. AF lists an Anna born about 1066. Others could be children of mistresses, not by Matilda.
He had several other children besides the five listed by Butler, Butler says. K. is the only one who lists Gundred as a daughter. He could be wrong.[joyeuse.FTW]

1 BIRT 2 DATE 14 OCT 1024 2 PLAC Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 DEAT 2 DATE 9 SEP 1087 2 PLAC Rouen, France 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001

[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 81, 89, 140, 141; Kings and Queens of Britain; Coe; Norr;A. Roots 121, 121E, 169; AF; Kraentzler 1062, 1156, 1218, 1241, 1265,1342, 1346, 1350; Butler; Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants; Pfafman; AIS; Davis.
Roots: Duke of Normandy and King of England.
Descents: William I, the Conqueror, King of England, died 1087.
AIS: William the Conqueror, King of England, born 14 Oct. 1024, Falaise, France; died 9 Sept. 1087, Hermenbraville, France
Crowned King of England Dec. 25, 1066, after the Battle of Hastings. Reigned from 1066-1087, first of the English Royal House of Normandy.
Davis: William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy 1035-1087 and King of England 1066-1087. About one-fifth or one-sixth of William's 1066 invasion force was from outside Normandy, notably from Brittany, Flanders,Artois and Picardy.
K-1350: William I, Duke of Normandy and King of England, born 14 Oct.1024 at Falais, Calvados, France; married Matilda about 1053; died 9 Sept. 1087 at Hermenbraville, S-Infr., France
Norr lists six or seven children by Matilda: Adelia, William II, Henry I, Adelaide, Robert and Constance (and/or) Daughter, born about 1066. AF lists an Anna born about 1066. Others could be children of mistresses, not by Matilda.
He had several other children besides the five listed by Butler, Butler says. K. is the only one who lists Gundred as a daughter. He could be wrong.King William I of England -- better known as William the Conqueror -- was born in 1027 or 1028. His father, Duke Robert I of Normandy, was known as "Robert the Devil" and "Robert the Magnificent." William was born of a liaison between the devilish duke and a tanner's daughter named Herleve or Herleva and popularly remembered as Arlette or Arletta.
According to legend, Robert and Arlette met when they were both in their late teens. Robert was riding his horse one day when he saw the lovely Arlette washing her clothes in a river. (According to another story, Arlette was dancing beside a road when Robert first spied her.) Instantly smitten, the duke sent one of his servants to summon Arlette to his castle. She agreed to become Robert's mistress, but insisted onliving with him openly rather than conducting the affair in secrecy. Their son William was born within a year of their first meeting. Arlette later had a daughter, Adelaide, who may also have been Robert's child.
After her relationship with Robert ended, Arlette married a viscount with whom she had four children, including a son called Odo of Bayeux who would become one of William's most trusted advisors. William's sister Adelaide grew up to marry three counts.
When William was about eight, his father decided to go on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem. Before leaving, Robert called his vassals together and ordered them to swear fealty to William. Reluctantly the men obeyed. Perhaps Robert did not expect to return from the Holy Land; if so, he was right. He died on his journey, and his illegitimate son became the new Duke of Normandy.
Robert's barons quickly forgot their vow of loyalty to William. When they weren't fighting amongst themselves, they were plotting to do away with the young duke in order to seize his power. First one of William's guardians, Gilbert of Brionne, was murdered; then William's uncleOsbern, Arlette's brother, was killed while protecting William from kidnappers who had invaded the boy's bedroom. William's tutor was also murdered. Not surprisingly, William's supporters decided to send him away from home for his own protection. William's uncle Walter -- brotherof Arlette and Osbern -- frequently woke William in the dead of nightand smuggled him to a new hiding place under cover of darkness.
Like most children of that time, William grew up fast. At around age fifteen he was knighted, and when he was nineteen or twenty he went towar against his cousin Guy of Burgundy to defend his inheritance. Withthe help of French king Henri I, he defeated Guy and forced the rebelsto swear allegiance to him. But the battles of "William the Bastard,"as his enemies called him, were far from over. He was always fightingsomeone -- even his erstwhile ally, Henri I. The beleaguered boy became a ruthless, powerful, and greatly feared conqueror.
William's Wife
When William was in his early twenties he asked Count Baldwin V of Flanders for his daughter Matilda's hand in marriage. But Matilda was already in love with an Englishman named Brihtric. She supposedly proclaimed that she would rather become a nun than the wife of a bastard, which made William so angry that he attacked her in the street as she left church one day. He slapped her, tore her clothes, threw her to the ground, and rode off.
Not an auspicious start to a marriage, yet William and Matilda did eventually marry, and they seem to have been quite happy together. They must have been an odd couple to behold, since William was tall and reportedly grew very fat later in life, while Matilda was short -- almosta dwarf -- and slender. They had at least four sons and five daughters. The pope objected to William and Matilda's marriage because they were distant cousins. For a while they (and everyone else in Normandy) were excommunicated, but after several years they were admitted back into the Church in return for building two abbeys.
In 1051 William paid a visit to the king of England, Edward the Confessor. Edward had been raised in Normandy, and he and William were cousins. The "Confessor" was a highly religious man who purportedly had the power to heal. His servants saved his bath water and gave it to sick people to drink, or put it in the eyes of the blind to restore their sight. A hundred years after his 
NORMANDY, King William II "The Conqueror" of (I122601)
 
21519 [laurin_april6_2007.GED.FTW]

Au moins 4 enfants mariés: Elisabeth, François, Joseph et Marguerite. 
Family F44219
 
21520 [laurin_april6_2007.GED.FTW]

Basé sur l'âge au mariage: 22 ans. 
LAUZON, Paul (I98580)
 
21521 [laurin_april6_2007.GED.FTW]

LAUZON, Paul, 22 (Gilles Lauzon & Marie Archambault)
m 04/11/1697 Notre-Dame, Mtl
QUENNEVILLE, Marie-Anne, 16 (Jean Quenneville & Denize Marié) 
Family F56036
 
21522 [laurin_april6_2007.GED.FTW]

Lors du recensement de 1881, l'âge déclaré est de 58 ans (1823) mais lorsqu'elle décède on dit qu'elle est âgée de 80 ans.

à vérifier arrivée d'une Mary Hickey sur le navire Harmony en mai 1842 de Waterford, Irlande à Québec.
http://www.theshipslist.com/ships/passengerlists/harmony1842.htm

Témoin de : Patrick Hugh TIERNAN #175 Baptême 09 déc 1882 St-Laurent, QC, Canada
Témoin de : Marie Hélène TIERNAN #12210 Baptême 09 mar 1886 St-Laurent, QC, Canada 
HICKEY, Emily Amelia (I83241)
 
21523 [laurin_april6_2007.GED.FTW]

Tiernen Peter, farmer, Cote St Louis
Côte ST Louis--An incorporated
village near the east end of Mount Royal,
,parish and seigniory of :Montreal, .county
of Hochelaga. There are several large
quarries here, furnishing stone for build.
lug. Distant from Montreal 3 miles.
Mail daily, :Population about 4,000.
Tiernan Peter, sen, farmer
Tiernan Peter, jun., milk dealer

Témoin de : Marie Emma Sophie TIERNAN #1274 Baptême 07 aoû 1881 St-Laurent, QC, Canada
Témoin de : Patrick TIERNAN #131 & Emma GROULX #134 Marié(e) 01 sep 1880 Montréal (N-Dame-de-Grâce), QC, Canada
Témoin de : Paul TIERNAN #114 & Nathalie LAURIN #2856 Marié(e) 28avr 1885 St-Laurent (St-Laurent), QC, Canada
Témoin de : Mary TIERNAN #120 & Calixte CARDINAL #753 Marié(e) 26aoû 1889 Montréal (St-Patrick), QC, Canada
Témoin de : Marie Emma Sophie TIERNAN #1274 Baptême 07 aoû 1881 St-Laurent, QC, Canada
Témoin de : Marie Hélène TIERNAN #12210 Baptême 09 mar 1886 St-Laurent, QC, Canada 
TIERNAN, Peter (I152846)
 
21524 [Sister/heiress of Richard II, Vicomte of Beaumont; dau. of Raoul VI,VIcomte of Beaumont in Maine, whose arms were Gold four chevrons Gules. Her family had been hereditary Vicomtes of the Mine since at least 936 (Roscelin II, Vicomte 1145-76, m. Constance, natural dau. of HenryI, King of England; and Queen Ermengarde de Beaumont, a dau. of the family, m. 1186 William the Lion, King of Scots), but they had come to be called Vicomtes of Beaumont, and this was the surname she transmitted to her children by Louis of Acre. By her, Louis had issue, John, Louis, Henry, Margaret, Jeanne, Mary and Isabel. [Burke's, p. 219]
 
BEAUMONT, Viscountess Agnes De of MAINE (I108619)
 
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http://www.legault-deslauriers.net/
 
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site web
 
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site web
 
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21528 _ITALIC: Y

site web: http://mesaieux.com/fr/default.htm
 
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21529 _ITALIC: Y

Situe´ dans l'est de Montre´al, QC, Canada
 
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21530 _ITALIC: Y
 
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21538 ©1995-2007 Gazetteer for Scotland


The Forbes clan lands lie in Aberdeenshire on the banks of the Don. It is from here that the family take their name. They became very powerful and lines of the family set up in Pitsligo, Polquhoun, Skellater and Inverernan to name but a few. The Forbes were raised to the peerage c.1444 and by 1701 were the premier Lordship of Scotland, which remains true to this day.
In the 15th and 16th Centuries the Forbes had a bloody feud with the Gordons. Many lives were claimed and battles were fought at Tillieangus and Craibstone. It took two acts of Parliament to get the clans to stop fighting. The clan war had also taken a great financial toll on the Forbes and much of the estate had to be sold to cover

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FORBES, Walter (I187808)
 

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