The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Unislav Duke of Bohemia




Husband Unislav Duke of Bohemia 1

           Born: Abt 758 - <Praha, Praha>, Bohemia (Czechoslovakia)
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           Died: 833
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         Father: Vojen Duke of Bohemia (Abt 0737-0820) 1
         Mother: Blanka (Abt 0738-      ) 1


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1 M Kresomysl Duke of Bohemia 1

           Born: Abt 780 - <Praha, Praha>, Bohemia (Czechoslovakia)
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           Died: 851
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         Spouse: Libuse (Abt 0782-      ) 1





Urgust King of the Picts




Husband Urgust King of the Picts 1

           Born: Abt 709
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1 M Fergus King of the Picts 1

            AKA: Ungust King of the Picts
           Born: Abt 735
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Colonel William Burgess and Ursula




Husband Colonel William Burgess 2 3 4

           Born: Abt 1622 - Marlborough, Wiltshire, England
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           Died: 24 Jan 1686 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
         Buried:  - "Mt. Stewart", Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)
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   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Robins (      -      ) 2 - Abt 1651 - Northampton Co., Virginia, (United States)

   Other Spouse: Sophia Scarborough (Abt 1613-Bef 1685) 5 6 7 - Between 1658 and 1660 - Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)

Events

Ľ Relocated: from Virginia to Maryland, 1650.

Ľ Commander-in-chief: of all forces raised by St. Maries, Kent, Charles Calvert and Anne Arundel counties, 1665.

Ľ Delegate: to the Lower House, Bef 1682.

Ľ Delegate: in the Upper House, 1682-1686.

Ľ Probate: 19 Feb 1697, Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States).




Wife Ursula 2

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         Buried:  - "Mt. Stewart", Anne Arundel, Maryland, (United States)


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Burial Notes: Husband - Colonel William Burgess

From Historic Graves of Maryland, p. 12:
The inscription on Colonel Burgess' tomb is:
Here lyeth ye body of Wm. Burgess Esq who departed this life on ye 24 day of Janu Anno Domini 1686 Aged about 65 yrs. Leaving his dear beloved wife Ursuhla & Eleven children viz: seven sons and four daughters and 8 grandchildren. In his life time he was a member of His Lordship's Counsell of Estate, One of his Lordship's deputy Governors a Justice of ye High Provincial Court Collon of a Regiment of the trained Guards and sometime Generall of all the Miliarty Forces of this Province. His loving sometime Generall of all the Miliary forces of this Province. His loving wife Ursulah hid Execut. in testimony of her true responce and due regard to the worthy desserts of her dear departed husband,m hath erected this memorial.


Research Notes: Husband - Colonel William Burgess

2nd husband of Sophia Scarborough Ewen.

From Historic Graves of Maryland, p. 11:
"Another interesting cluster of graves is to be found on a farm belonging to the late General Steuart. It retains the name of Mt. Stewart, differently spelled, being after that of a former owner, Anthony Stewart, whom we shall have occasion to mention later. Here remain in a fairly good state of preservation the Burgess tombs. Col. William Burgess, who lived here in the seventeenth century, took an active part in the life of the period, holding among other offices, that of councillor, and having also served as deputy governor and as general of the military forces of the Province.

"As he married three times, he left a number of descendants, some of whom are interested in having these tombs removed from the field where heretofore they have been carefully protected to the more certain shelter of St. Anne's at Annapolis. Colonel Burgess married, first, Miss Elizabeth Robins, daughter of Edward Robins of Accomac county, Va., secondly, Mrs. Sophia Ewen, widow of Maj. Richard Ewen of Anne Arundel county, who left children, and, thirdly, Ursula, who survived him and becamse the wife of Mordacai Moore. Madame Ursula Moore died December 12, 1700, and was buried by the side of her first husband.

"Among the old Maryland wills, two testators mention the children of Col. William Burgesss: George Puddington makes George, William, Susanna and Edward legatees, while Nicholas Painter leaves property to Charles, William, Benjamin, Joseph, Elizabeth and Anne."

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From http://www.pa-roots.org/data/read.php?1108,410563,410563 :

He died January 24, 1686, aged sixty-four years, and willed several thousand acres of land; among the tracts were, 'Betty's Choice,' 'Morley's Lott,' 'Bednall's Green,' 'Benjamin's Choice,' 'Benjamin's Addition,' 'West Puddington' 'Beard's Habitation,' 'Bessington,' and 'Burgess Choice,' 'and 1800 acres on one part whereof is a Town appointed called London,' and his message land to five of his seven sons, as sons, Edward and George, had been provided for before his will. His wife, Ursula, received the rest of his estate here and in England. His four daughters received money, plate and other personals. His seal-ring of gold was willed to his daughter, Susannah, wife of Major Nicholas Sewall, who was the daughter of Colonel Burgess, by his wife, the former Mrs. Richard Ewen. Colonel Burgess was of Wilts, England, coming in 1650 to South River, and had reached Virginia previously. Colonel Burgess bore arms, as the existing impression of his seal reveals, of a family of Truro, in Cornwall, but was akin to the Burgesses of Marlborough, Wilts County. His son Captain Burgess' wife, Sarah, was the daughter of Colonel Samuel and Ann (Ayres) Chew, the Quakeress, only daughter and heiress of William Ayres, of Nansemond County, Virginia, mentioned there in 1635.

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From http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=mrmarsha&id=I08203:

Burgess, William, South R., A. A. County, 11th July, 1685; 19th Feb., 1686-7.
To son Edward, personalty conditionally; and to William and Eliza:, child. of sd. Edward,
to dau. Susanna, wife of Maj. Nicholas Sewell, and to grandchild., Charles and Jeanne Sewell, personalty.
To son George, personalty.
To son William at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., plantation on South 33., 800 A., and containing the "Town of London;" also 480 A., "Betty's Choice," in Baltimore Co.
To son John at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., "Morley's Lot," "Bednall Green," "Benjamin's Choice" and "Benjamin's Addition," 800 A., on Herring Ck.
To son Joseph at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., "West Puddington," "Beard's Habitation," 1,300 A., on South B.
To son Benjamin at 21 yrs of age, and hrs., "Bessesston," nr. the Ridge, 300 A., and "Burgess' Choice," 400 A., on South R.
To son Charles at 21 yrs. of age, and hrs., 1,600 A. at hd. of Sassafras R., Cecil County, and 500 A. on Susquehannock R., Baltimore Co.
In event of death of any of afsd. 5 sons without issue, their share to pass to eld. survivor and hrs.
To daus. Eliza:, Anne and Susanna Burgess, personalty at 16 yrs. of age or marriage.
Wife Ursula, extx. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal, in MD. and Eng., and to have care of sons and daus. afsd. during minority.
Overseers: Maj. Nich. Sewell, Maj. Nich. Gassaway, Capt. Henry Hanslap.
Test: Thos. Frances, Michael Cusack, Jno. Harison, Wm. Elvidge, Jno. Edwards. 4. 242.
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William Burges, Esq. 18.89 I AA Oct 11 1687
Appraisers: Thomas Knighton, Maren Devall, Henry Ridgley.
List of debts: Maj. Nicholas Sewell, Col. Vincent Lowe, Elisabeth Larkins, Francis Downea, Madam Calvert, Robert Proctor, Nicholas Nichollson, George Burges, Col. Edward Pye, John Merriton, Gerrard Vansweringain, Job Evans, Maj. Peter Sawyer, Benjamin Lawrence, Philip Lynes, Henry Linch, Capt. Thomas Everard, Capt. Hune, James Neale, George Cornish (merchant) at London, Dr. Benjamin Arnatt, Henry Exon, Joseph Storey, John Longman, Thomas Ivery, John Stone, Capt. Jonathon Francis, George Parker, John Spicer (gentleman) of London, Charles Willmare, Jacob Delahay, Chr. Mettley, William Bison, Thomas Hollandworth, George Yates, Benjamin Caple, Merren Duvall, John Fairbrother, John Harberdine, James Lewis, Leonard Wayman, Walter Phelps, John Howard, Sr., Thomas Button, Robert Wade, John Jacobs, John Simpson, John Lineam, Robert Wade, John Walters, Richard Gott, Mark Richardson, John Willobey, William Yeildhall, Robert Conant, Robert Lockwood, Peter Impey, Thomas Hooker, Chr. Moate, Wolfran Hunt, Anthony Holland, John Brewer, Madam Jane Calvert, Richard Cheney, Sr., Mathias Haws, Alexander Macfarland, Col. Pye, John Gyles, William Jamas, James Powell, Thomas Pratt, John Nichollson, Edward Burges, Walter Carr, Card Hopkins, Mathew Hawkina, Richard Cheney, Jr., lawrence Draper, John Gressam, Thomas Guillock, Thomas Lunn, Richard Beard, Joseph Nailer, Province of Maryland, Henry Bonner, Thomas Pattison, George Ogg, John Gray, John Robinson, Robert Gott, James Maxfeild, Thomas Edwards, John Larkin, Thomas Standbank, Nicholas Aldridge, Dr. Moore, Abraham Childe, Henry Welch, William Elvn (?), John Harris, Henry Hanslap, Margarett Holland, John Heatchoct, Austin Hawkins, Ma-knew El list on, John Hawkins, Col. Darnall, Wharles Whitehead, James Stafford, John Smith, Sr., Robert Cover, chr. Tully, Thomas Hedge, John Purdey, John Talbot, Jacob Hooker, John Martin, Samuell Garland, Richard Royston, John Seiffin, Chr. Foster, Peter Barnett, Samuell Withers, John Morgan, Samuell Gray, James Mills, William Harris, John Griffin, Robert Watts, George Parker, Richard Webb, John Guile, John Spencer, Mathew Jones, John Brookes, John Stone, Francis Sandry, John Fletcher, Chr. Bayley, Robert Hooper.
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William Burges, Esq. 18.108 A ú2198.8.5 Mar 30 1698
The amount of the inventory also included #447169.
Payments to: Col. Taylor, Col. Elliott, John Larkin, widow Parker, Job Evans, Robert Carvile, Kenelm Cheseldyn, William Dent, Thomas Tourford (?), Philip Lines, John Edwards, Thomas Sparrow and his wife Anne Burges.
Legatees: Maj. Sewell and his wife (unnamed) and children (unnamed), George Burgess, Edward Burgess, Maj. Gassaway, Capt. Hanslap, William Burges.
Executrix: Ursula Moore, wife of Mr. Mordecay Moore.
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Painter, Nicholas, A. A. Co., 17th Apr., 1684;
27th Dec., 1684.
To Nicholas Courtney, son of Thomas Courtney, St. Mary's County, and hrs., 1,000 A., "The Grove," in Dorchester Co.
To Charles, son of Col. William Burges, and hrs., 1,050 A. in Cecil County, and 700 A. nr. hd. of Severn, A. A. Co.
Eliza ; Burgess, dau. of sd. Col. Burges, and hrs., 700 A. on Wye R., Talbot Co.
To William. son of sd. Col. Burges, and hrs., 700 A. in Great Choptanke.
To Benjamin and Joseph, sons of Col. Burges afsd., and hrs., 1,000 A. in (Great Choptanke, and 400 A. at Tuckahoe, equally.
Anne Burgos, dau. of sd. Col. Burges, rights of 1,000 A., of 400 A., and 300 A. in Dorchester County, patented in the name of Charles Hutchins.
Ex.: Col. Wm. Burges.
Test : Ursula Burges, Nich. Withers, Sarah Gittings, Jno. Merlton. 4. 56.
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Nicholas Painter 10.156 A AA ú251.1.2 #94788 May 8 1686
The amount of the inventory is equivalent to #50211.
Received from: Thomas Browne, Col. Vincent Lowe, James Maxwell, Joseph Nailor, executors of Christopher Randall, Joseph Heathcoate.
List of debts: Col. Thomas Taillor, Dr. Oliver Guppie, Capt. Phineas Hide,
Col. William Burges, Maj. Thomas Francis, Capt. Henry Hanslapp, John Lynam, Mr. George Burges, Mr. George Parker, Mr. Edward Inglish, Elisabeth Bolton, Jacob Duhattaway, Mr. Thomas Dryfeild, Capt. Richard Hill, Thomas Bland, William Taylard.
Ex.: Col. William Burges.
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Nicholas Painter 10.193 A AA #83270 Mar 4 1688
Received from: John Ashby, Richard Wells, Robert Gover, John Giles, John Worrell, Thomas Thomas, Stephen Hancock.
Mentions: Peter Impey, executors of Maj. John Welsh, estate of Robert Francklin.
Payments to: John Gray, John Smith, John Rutter, William Groves (alias William Grose), Thomas Richardson, Col. George Talbot, John Morgan, Edward Osborne, Daniell Taylor, William Hallett, Stephen Sebastian, Richard Burnett, George Oldfeild, Abraham Clark, Thomas Coverdale, Edward Hansley, William Bawler, Roger Bishopp, Edward Howard, John Reynold, John Blomfeild.
Executrix: Mrs. Ursula Moore (alias Ursula Burges) (relict), executrix of Col. William Burges (executor of deceased).
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Beard, Richard, A. A. Co.,24th July, 1675; 10th Aug., 1681.
To wife Rachel, execx., home plantation during life.
To sons Richard and John and hrs., sd. plantation at death of wife afsd., and all other lands except those mentioned below:
To dau. Ruth and her sons, part of "Timber Neck" and sd. Richard's share in event of his death without issue.
To dau. Rebecca and her sons, part of "Indian Range;" also son John's portion in event of his death without issue.
To dau. Rachel Clarke and her sons, all lands above mentioned in event of death of other child., viz., Richard, John, Ruth, and Rebecca, without issue.
Overseers: Brother-in-law Wm.Burgess, and sons afsd. of testator.
Test: Geo. Green, Jno. Easter, Eliza: Cornton, Thos. Pinethwickie. 2.143.
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Richard Beard 7C.6 I AA #19067 ( abt Sept 1681)
Appraisers: Thomas Besson, John Gray.
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Richard Beard 9.14 A AA #19067 #19282 Feb 26 1685
Payments to: Col. William Surges, Mr. Robert Franklin, Mr. Peter Pagan, Mr. Henry Hanslap.
Administrator: Richard Beard.
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Puddington, George, South River, Anne Arundel County, 15th Aug., 1674; 24th Sept., 1674. To son-in-law Robert Francklin, kinsman James Chilsott and Augustine Skinner, each child of son Richard Beard, any 2 of brother or sister's child, coming into the country within 2 yrs.; to each of grandson Neale Clerk's child., and to George, William, and Sussanna Burgess, child. of Capt. William Burgess, personalty. To wife Jane, certain moneys in lieu of her interest in estate. Edward Burgess, son of Capt. Burgess afsd., ex. and residuary legatee of estate, real and personal. Test: Nath. Heathcote, Charity Stone, Wm. Broome, Wm. Laus, Wm. Burgess. 2. 6.

Editors: According to Patents 2:614, George Puddington of Anne Arundel County, immigrated in 1649 with Jane Puddington, Elizabeth Robins, Mary Puddington, Comfort Puddington, Thomas Hippesty, John Burrage, & Margaret Joye (Gibb)
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/megafile/msa/speccol/sc2900/sc2908/000001/000065/html/am65--619.html
URL title: Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1670/1-1675Volume 65, Page 619
Note:
Henry Allenson
agt
Wm Burges executr
George Puddington
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James Hughes 2006-09-29 19:16:30
Proceedings of the County Courts of Kent (1648-1676), Talbot (1662-1674), and Somerset (1665-1668)Volume 54, Page 563

To all Expian people to whome these psents writting Shall Come
Henry Allenson of the Citty of york Marchant sendeth Greeting
Knowe you me the said Henry Allenson to haue Constituted and in
my place Sett my well beloued Richard Bacock of the Citty of york
Merchant my true and Law full Attorny to ask demand Leuy Recouer
And Reciue for me and in my name and to my pper use of George
Fuddington and Robert Franckland in the County of Anne Arran
deli of the puince of Maryland Merchants & of Either of them all
such wares Merchandize or Commodityes or debts by them Con
tracted wtsoeuer which they or Eighter of them haue in their or
Either of their Costodys Or possessions to me in Anywise belong
ing Giuing and by thesese Psents granting unto my said Attorny
or depputy my whole power And Authority In the pmisses if need
shall Require to sue and psue the said George Puddington & Robert
Franckland or Either of them their or Either of their heires Execu
tors or Administrators for me and in my name in Any Courtt wtso~
euer Before Any Judge or Justices to use Any other Lawfull wayes
or Meanes for Recovery of the same and alsoe to Compound Seale and deliuer Letters of Accquittances or Any Other Lawfull dis
No.2 charge for me and in my name and to doe Execute pforme and finish for me and in my name all and singuler things which shall be
Expediant and nescesary Conserneing the pmisses And as throughly
And wholly as I my Selfe might Or Could doe in or About the same
and wtsoeuer my Sd Attorny shall doe or Cause to be done in the
pmisses I promisse to Allow Confirme Pforme And Establish and
thereto I bind me my heires And Executors by these psents wittnsse
my hand And Seale this Seauenth day of September in the yeare of
our Lord god According to the Computacon of the Church of Eng
land one thousand Sixe hundred seauenty And one
Wittnsses hereof Hen: Allenson
John Pawson
Wm Idelle
Tho: Wellerne
Samll Jefferson
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Contributed by: James Hughes

URL: http://www5.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/texis/find/search30/?query=anne+arundel%2C+maryland+william+burgess&db=online&areas=10&head=online&booknum=&category=&words=anne+arundel%2C+maryland&first=william&last=burgess&cmd=context&id=37c1e93015#hit1
URL title: Ancestral Records and Portraits vol 1 , Page 248
Note:
COLONEL WILLIAM BURGESS (1622-1686), settled first in Northampton County, Va., but followed Governor William Stone to Maryland, and settled on South River, bringing there a company of one hundred and fifty "adventurers." In 1661, he was in command of the South River Rangers; in 1664, he was High Sheriff of Anne Arundel County, and in 1665 he was Commander-in-chief of all the forces of the five western shore counties. He was a member of the Council of the State of Maryland, a Justice of the Provincial Court, and a Deputy-Governor from 1678 to 1683.2 He married Elizabeth, the daughter of Edward Robins, who was born in England 1602, and came to Virginia 1615, in the bark Thomas; he lived in Northampton and Accomac Counties, and built "Newport House," now Eyreville.

EDWARD BURGESS (1651-1703), went to Maryland with his father, Colonel William, and was a Justice of the Provincial Court of Anne Arundel County, and one of the Quorum 1685; also "Captain of the Foote." He married Sarah, the daughter of Samuel and Anne (Ayres) Chew. Their daughter, Sarah, married Benjamin Gaither.
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Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia By Helen West Ridgely, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America;

On the other side of Annapolis, across the Severn river and on the road to "Whitehall," lies "Bellefield," ... Another interesting cluster of graves is to be found on a farm belonging to the late General Steuart. It retains the name of Mt. Stewart, differently spelled, being after that of a former owner, Anthony Stewart, whom we shall have occasion to mention later. Here remain in a fairly good state of preservation the Burgess tombs. Col. William Burgess, who lived here in the seventeenth century, took an active part in the life of the period, holding among other offices, that of councillor, and having also served as deputy governor and as general of the military forces of the Province. As he married three times, he left a number of descendants, some of whom are interested in having these tombs removed from the field where heretofore they have been carefully protected to the more certain shelter of St. Anne's at Annapolis. Colonel Burgess married, first, Miss Elizabeth Robins, daughter of Edward Robins of Accomac county, Va., secondly, Mrs. Sophia Ewen, widow of Maj. Richard Ewen of Anne Arundel county, who left children, and, thirdly, Ursula, who survived him and became the wife of Mordacai Moore. Madame Ursula Moore died December 12, 1700, and was buried by the side of her first husband. Among the old Maryland wills, two testators mention the children of Col. William Burgess: George Puddington makes George, William, Susanna and Edward legatees, while Nicholas Painter leaves property to Charles, William, Benjamin, Joseph, Elizabeth and Anne.
Susanna is also mentioned by Susan Billingsly in her will made December 7, 1663. As this lady, the widow of James Billingsly, alludes also to her brothers Richard and John
Ewen, the sequence of names would lead one to suppose that family loyalty had gone so far as to cause the widow Ewen to name her daughter by her Burgess marriage after her
first husband's sister. The inscription on Colonel Burgess' tomb is :
Here lyeth ye body of Wm. Burgess Esq who departed this life on ye
24 day of Janu Anno Domini 1686 Aged about 64 yrs. Leaving his dear beloved wife Ursuhla & Eleven children viz: seven sons and four daughters and 8 grandchildren. In his life time he was a member of His Lordships Counsel of Estate, One of his Lordships deputy Governours a Justice of ye High Provincial Court Collon of a Regiment of the trained Guards and sometime Generall of all the Military forces of this Province. His loving wife Ursulah his Execut. in testimony of her true respect and due regard to the worthy deserts of her dear departed husband, hath erected this Memorial.
On the tombs of his son, William, and his daughter, Anne,
are the following inscriptions :
Here lyeth the Body of William Burgess the eldest son that coll. William Burgess had by his Dear and Loveing wife Ursella, he departed this life the 28th Day of June in the . . . year of his age, Anno Domini 1698.
Here lyeth Interred ye Body of Anne the wife of Thomas Sparrow daughter of William Burgess and Ursulla his wife, who was born on Thursday the 7th of Oct. 1680 Married on Tuesday ye 8th June 1697 Sickened the 25th day of ye same month and dyed on Sunday ye 25 of July 1697. This stone is erected as a Lasting Memorial of the person above Mentioned, by her surviving husband Mr. Thomas Sparrow. 2 3 4






Valentinia I Western Emperor of Rome




Husband Valentinia I Western Emperor of Rome 8

           Born: 321 - Pannonia (Hungary)
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           Died: 15 Nov 375 - Brigetio
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         Father: Gratianus of Cibalae (      -      ) 9
         Mother: Justina of Rome (      -      ) 10


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1 F Galla Juntina Valentina of Rome 11

           Born: 395
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         Spouse: Theodosius of Cauca (0346-      ) 12





Valerius Licinianus of Rome




Husband Valerius Licinianus of Rome 13

           Born: 267 - (Italy)
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           Died: 324 - Valerius
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1 M Lucinianus of Rome 14

           Born: 300 - (Italy)
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Sveig­ir Fj÷lnarsson King in Sweden [Mythological] and Vana of Vanaheim [Mythological]




Husband Sveig­ir Fj÷lnarsson King in Sweden [Mythological] 1 15

            AKA: Sveigder King of Sweden, Swegde King of Sweden, Svegdi Fjolnarsson King in Sweden
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         Father: Fj÷lnir King in Sweden [Mythological] (      -      ) 1 16
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Wife Vana of Vanaheim [Mythological] 15

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1 M Vanlandi Svegdasson King in Sweden [Mythological] 1 17

            AKA: Vanlande King of Sweden
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         Spouse: Driva Snaersdotter [Mythological] (      -      ) 1




Research Notes: Husband - Sveig­ir Fj÷lnarsson King in Sweden [Mythological]

Mythological Swedish king, of the House of Ynglings.

From Wikipedia - Sveig­ir :

Sveig­ir, Sveigder or Swegde was a Swedish king of the House of Yngling in Norse mythology . He was the son of Fj÷lner , whom he succeeded as king, and he married Vana of Vanaheim , probably one of the Vanir .

Lured by a dwarf , Sveig­ir disappeared into a stone and never came back. He was succeeded by his son Vanlandi .

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Sveig­ir in his Ynglinga saga (1225):

Swegde took the kingdom after his father, and he made a solemn vow to seek Godheim and Odin . He went with twelve men through the world, and came to Turkland , and the Great Svithiod , where he found many of his connections. He was five years on this journey; and when he returned home to Sweden he remained there for some time. He had got a wife in Vanheim , who was called Vana, and their son was Vanlande . Swegde went out afterwards to seek again for Godheim, and came to a mansion on the east side of Swithiod called Stein , where there was a stone as big as a large house. In the evening after sunset, as Swegde was going from the drinking-table to his sleeping-room, he cast his eye upon the stone, and saw that a dwarf was sitting under it. Swegde and his man were very drunk, and they ran towards the stone. The dwarf stood in the door, and called to Swegde, and told him to come in, and he should see Odin. Swegde ran into the stone, which instantly closed behind him, and Swegde never came back.[3][4]

The Historia NorwegiŠ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal written in the late 12th century and consequently older than Snorri's quotation:

Fr°y engendered Fjolne, who was drowned in a tun of mead. His son, Sveigde, is supposed to have pursuded a dwarf into a stone and never to have returned, but this is plainly to be taken as a fairy-tale. He sired Vanlande, [...][7] The even earlier source ═slendingabˇk from the early 12th century, cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and also gives Sveg­ir as the successor of Fj÷lnir and the predecessor of Vanlandi : iiii Fj÷lnir. sß er dˇ at Fri­frˇ­a. v Sveg­ir. vi Vanlandi[8]. 1 15


Research Notes: Wife - Vana of Vanaheim [Mythological]

Mythological 15


Research Notes: Child - Vanlandi Svegdasson King in Sweden [Mythological]

Mythological Swedish king, of the House of Ynglings.

From Wikipedia - Vanlandi :

Vanlandi or Vanlande was a Swedish king at Uppsala of the House of Yngling in Norse mythology . He was the son of Sveig­ir whom he succeeded as king. He married a girl from Finnland (territories inhabited by Finno-Ugric peoples), but forgot about her. In revenge, the girl arranged so that Vanlandi was hag ridden to death. He was succeeded by his son Visbur .

Snorri Sturluson wrote of Vanlandi in his Ynglinga saga (1225) (note that the translator has rendered Finnland as Finland ):

Vanlande, Swegde's son, succeeded his father, and ruled over the Upsal domain . He was a great warrior, and went far around in different lands. Once he took up his winter abode in Finland with Snae the Old , and got his daughter Driva in marriage; but in spring he set out leaving Driva behind, and although he had promised to return within three years he did not come back for ten. Then Driva sent a message to the witch Huld ; and sent Visbur , her son by Vanlande, to Sweden . Driva bribed the witch- wife Huld, either that she should bewitch Vanlande to return to Finland, or kill him. When this witch-work was going on Vanlande was at Upsal , and a great desire came over him to go to Finland; but his friends and counsellors advised him against it, and said the witchcraft of the Finn people showed itself in this desire of his to go there. He then became very drowsy, and laid himself down to sleep; but when he had slept but a little while he cried out, saying that the Mara was treading upon him. His men hastened to him to help him; but when they took hold of his head she trod on his legs, and when they laid hold of his legs she pressed upon his head; and it was his death. The Swedes took his body and burnt it at a river called Skytaa, where a standing stone was raised over him.[2][3]

The Historia NorwegiŠ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

He [Sveigde] sired Vanlande, who died in his sleep, suffocated by a goblin, one of the demonic species known in Norwegian as 'mare'. He was the father of Visbur, [...][7] The even earlier source ═slendingabˇk cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and also gives Vanlandi as the successor of Sveg­ir and the predecessor of Visbur : v Sveg­ir. vi Vanlandi. vii Visburr. viii Dˇmaldr[8]. 1 17


Svegdi Fjolnarsson and Vana




Husband Svegdi Fjolnarsson 18

           Born: Abt 277 - <Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden>
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Fjolner Yngvi-Freysson (Abt 0256-      ) 19
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife Vana 20

           Born: Abt 281 - <Vanaheim, Sweden>
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Vanlandi Svegdasson 21

           Born: Abt 298 - <Sweden>
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Driva Snaersson (Abt 0302-      ) 22





Vandalarius of the Ostrogoths




Husband Vandalarius of the Ostrogoths

            AKA: Wandalar
           Born: Abt 405 - Hispaniae (Spain)
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 459
         Buried: 


         Father: Winithar King of the Ostrogoths (Abt 0384-      )
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Theodemir King of the Ostrogoths

            AKA: Theodemer
           Born: Abt 430 - Hispaniae (Spain)
     Christened: 
           Died: 474
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Erelieva Queen of the Ostrogoths (Abt 0434-      ) 23 24




Research Notes: Husband - Vandalarius of the Ostrogoths

FamilySearch.org Compact Disc #94 Pin #308143 (submitted by Samuel Taylor "Sam" Geer)

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593875429 has b. abt 415, d. 459.


Research Notes: Child - Theodemir King of the Ostrogoths

FamilySearch.org Compact Disc #94 Pin #308142 (submitted by Samuel Taylor "Sam" Geer)

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593875427 has b. abt 441, d. 475.


Vasul Duke betw. Morava and Esztergom (Hron)




Husband Vasul Duke betw. Morava and Esztergom (Hron)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: Spring 1037
         Buried: 


         Father: Mihaly Duke betw. Morava and Esztergom (Hron) (      -Between 0976/0978) 25
         Mother: Adelajda of Poland (      -After 0997)


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M BÚla I King of Hungary 26

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1063
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Rixa of Poland (      -      ) 27
           Marr: Between 1039 and 1042



2 M Andrew I King of Hungary 28

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




Research Notes: Husband - Vasul Duke betw. Morava and Esztergom (Hron)

Pagan Magyar prince. Ancestral Roots, line 243-5 "Two sons successively Kings of Hungary, BÚla I and Andrew I."


Research Notes: Child - Andrew I King of Hungary

King of Hungary after his brother BÚla I. 28


Arviragus Gweirgydd ap Cunobelin King of Siluria [Legendary] and Venissa [Legendary]




Husband Arviragus Gweirgydd ap Cunobelin King of Siluria [Legendary] 29 30 31 32

            AKA: Arvirargus, Aviragus, Caradog, Caratacus, Caratauc map Cinbelin map Teuhant, Gweirydd ap Cynfelyn
           Born: abt 0010
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 0074
         Buried: 


         Father: Cunobelinus King of Britain (      -0040) 33 34
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife Venissa [Legendary] 35

           Born: abt 0012
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Claudius Roman Emperor (0009 B.C.-0054) 36
         Mother: 




Children
1 M Meurig King of Siluria 37 38

            AKA: Marius King of Siluria, Meric King of Siluria, Marius Meurig ap Arviragus - King of Siluria
           Born: abt 0030
     Christened: 
           Died: 125
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Julia Victoria verch Prasutagus Princess of Iceni (      -      ) 39 40
         Spouse: Boudica Princess of Icenia (      -      )




Research Notes: Husband - Arviragus Gweirgydd ap Cunobelin King of Siluria [Legendary]

Legendary King of Britain, contemporary with Claudius and Vespasian.

Wikipedia (Caratacus).
"...a historical British chieftain of the Catuvellanuni tribe, who led the British resistance to the Roman conquest. He may correspond with the legendary Welsh character Caradog and the legendary British king Arvirargus."
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From A History of Wales , p. 26:

"Cunobelinus died about AD 40 and his kingdom was inherited by his sons, Caratacus and Togodumnus. Their brother, Amminius, had been exiled by Cunobelinus, and he appealed to Rome to help him gain a share of his father's territories. Amminius's appeal, along with the complaints of the tribes which had suffered from the attacks of the Belgae, provided the Romans with an excuse to invade the island, although their real motive was their desire to seize the fertile lowlands...

"In May AD 43, Aulus Plautius sailed across the Channel with four legions and a host of auxiliary soldiers--forty thousand men in all. Within three months, it was considered that Rome's hold upon south-eastern Britain was secure enough to allow the emperor Claudius, the most inoffensive member of the complex Julio-Claudian family, to visit the new province and to make a ceremonial entry into Camulodunum (Colchester), the capital of the Catuvellauni, on an elephant...

"Roman power came under attack from the independent tribes living beyond [the Fosse Way]. Chief among them were the Silures of south-east Wales. They attacked the new province in AD 47 and 48 at the behest of Caratacus (the Caradog of Welsh tradition), who had fled to the territory of the Silures following the defeat of the Catuvellauni [in AD43]...

"In AD 49, a fort was erected for the Twentieth Legion near the place where the city of Gloucester would latyer be founded and it was linked with smaller forts at Usk, Clyro and other places, with the intention of putting pressure on the Silures. Caratacus continued his resistance among the Ordovices and it was in their territory, near Caersws perhaps, that he was defeated and his wife and children were captured in AD 51. Caratacus himself fled to the Brigantes, but he was yielded up to the Romans by their queen, Cartimandua. He was taken to Rome and there, according to Tacitus, he made a speech which has reounded down the ages.

"The resistance of the tribes of Wales did not come to an end with the capture of Caratacus. In AD 52, a legion--probably the twentieth--was defeated by the Silures..."

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From Wikipedia - Arvirargus :

Arvirargus (or Arviragus) was a legendary, and possibly historical, British king of the 1st century AD. A shadowy historical Arviragus is known only from a cryptic reference in a satirical poem by Juvenal , in which a giant turbot presented to the Roman emperor Domitian (AD 81 - 96) is said to be an omen that "you will capture some king, or Arviragus will fall from his British chariot-pole".[1]

Geoffrey of Monmouth 's Historia Regum Britanniae (1136) presents a legendary Arviragus who is contemporary with the emperor Claudius (AD 41-54).[2][3] However, Geoffrey's work is highly romanticized and contains little trustworthy historical fact, rendering his account of Arvirargus suspect.

According to Geoffrey, Arvirargus is a son of the former king Kimbelinus . He succeeds to the throne of Britain after his elder brother, Guiderius , dies fighting the invading Romans under Claudius. Arviragus puts on his brother's armour and leads the army of the Britons against the Romans. When he learns that Claudius and his commander, Hamo , have fled into the woods, Arvirargus follows him until they reach the coast. The Britons kill Hamo as he tries to flee onto a ship and the place is named Southampton after him. Claudius is able to reassemble his troops elsewhere and he besieges Portchester until it falls to his forces.

Following Hamo's death, Arvirargus seeks refuge at Winchester , but Claudius follows him there with his army. The Britons break the siege and attack the Romans, but Claudius halts the attack and offers a treaty. In exchange for peace and tribute with Rome, Claudius offers Arvirargus his own daughter in marriage. They accept each other's terms and Arvirargus aids Claudius in subduing Orkney and other northern lands.

In the following spring, Arvirargus weds Claudius' daughter, Genvissa , and names the city of Gloucester after her father. Following the wedding, Claudius leaves Britain in the control of Arvirargus. In the years following Claudius' departure, Arvirargus rebuilds the cities that have been ruined and becomes feared by his neighbours. This causes him to halt his tribute to Rome , forcing Claudius to send Vespasian with an army to Britain. As Vespasian prepares to land, such a large British force stands ready that he flees to another port, Totnes , where he sets up camp.

Once a base is established, he marches to Exeter and besieges the city. Arvirargus meets him in battle there and the fight is stalemated. The following morning, Queen Genvissa mediates peace between the two foes. Vespasian returnes to Rome and Arvirargus rules the country peacefully for some years. When he finally dies, he is buried in Gloucester, the city he built with Claudius. He is succeeded by his son, Marius .

Geoffrey's legendary Arvirargus appears to correspond to some degree to the historical Caratacus , son of Cunobelinus , who, along with his brother Togodumnus , led the initial resistance to the Roman invasion of AD 43, and went on to be a thorn in Rome's side for nearly a decade after Togodumnus's death.[4] Welsh versions of Geoffrey's Historia call him Gweirydd and his brother Gwydr.[5]

Arvirargus is a character in William Shakespeare 's play Cymbeline . He and his brother Guiderius had been kidnapped in childhood by Belarius, a nobleman wrongly banished by Cymbeline, and brought up in secret in Wales, but are reunited with their father and sister Imogen in time for the Roman invasion.[6] 29 30 31 32


Research Notes: Wife - Venissa [Legendary]

Source http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593873366 considers legendary. 35


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