The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Alaric I King of the Visigoths and < > Princess of the Visigoths




Husband Alaric I King of the Visigoths 1

           Born: Abt 370 - Pannonia (Hungary)
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           Died: 410 - Cosenza, Italy
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   Other Spouse: Alaric I King of the Visigoths (Abt 0370-0410) 1


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Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy and < >




Husband Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy 4 5 6

            AKA: Geoffrey V Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy, Geoffrey 'the Fair' Plantagenet Count of Anjou
           Born: 24 Aug 1113 - Anjou, (France)
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           Died: 7 Sep 1151
         Buried:  - Le Mans, (Sarthe), Maine, (France)


         Father: Fulk V "the Young" Count of Anjou, King of Jerusalem (1092-1144) 7 8 9
         Mother: Erembourg Countess of Maine (      -1126) 10 11


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   Other Spouse: Empress Matilda Countess of Anjou (Abt 1102-1167) 12 13 - 22 May 1128 - Le Mans, (Sarthe), Maine, (France)

Events

• Count of Anjou, Touraine and Maine: 1129-1151.

• Duke of Normandy: 1144-1151.




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1 M Hamelin Plantagenet 5th Earl of Surrey 14 15 16

            AKA: Hamelin Earl of Surrey, Hamelin de Warenne 5th Earl of Surrey
           Born: Abt 1129
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           Died: 7 May 1202
         Buried:  - Chapter House, Lewes Priory, Surrey, England
         Spouse: Isabelle de Warenne Countess of Surrey (      -1199) 17
           Marr: Apr 1164



Research Notes: Husband - Geoffrey V Plantagenet Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy

Second husband of Matilda.

From http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593871913 :
'The Fair' Count of Anjou (1129-1151); founder of the Plantagenet dynasty. Geoffey's nickname derived from his physical appearance - he was said to be tall, handsome, graceful and strong. He was also known as Geoffrey Plantagenet, appearantly from the sprig of broom (genet) he wore in his hat. In 1127, aged 14, he was married to Matilda, daughter and heiress of Henry I of England and the widow of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry V. They disliked each other, but maintained an uneasy political alliance and produces three sons, Henry (the future Henry II of England), Geoffrey and William. An illegitimate son, Hamelin became the Duke of Salisbury. Geoffrey spent much of his youth imposing order on his unruly vassals, including his own brother Helias II, Count of Maine, who rebelled against him in 1131; Geoffrey captured Helias and held him prisoner in Tours, Helias died soon after his release from a disease contracted in prison. In 1135 Henry I of England died, and Matilda's cousin Stephen of Blois (RIN # 1643) seized the English throne, together with Normandy, traditionally coveted by the counts of Anjou. Geoffrey laid claim to the duchy in his wife's right. Between 1135-1138 Geoffrey launched four expeditions into Normandy, none of which achieved great success. The expedition in 1137 was striken by dysentery, and forced to return swiftly to Anjou. In 1139 Matilda invaded England, seeking to press her claim to the English throne, and Geoffrey remained in Anjou to continue the war against Normandy. The Morman barons opposed Geoffrey, not through loyalty to Stephen, who had only visited Normandy once, but out of hatred of their traditional enemy, Anjou. However, Norman morale was weakened when Matilda captured Stephen at Lincoln in 1141, and many castles surrendered to Geoffrey, leaving him in control of most of the lands between Bayeux and the Seine. In 1142 he took the Avranchin and Mortain, and in 1143 moved east of the Seine, overunning the Cotentin. He was invested as Duke of Normandy in 144 after the fall of Rouen, and Arques, the last castle opposing him, capitulated in 1145, leaving him unchallenged master of Normandy. After the conquest of Normandy, Geoffrey joined Louis VII of France in the abortive Second Crusade (1147-9), returning in 1149. In 1150 he ceded Normandy to his son Henry, who also inhereted the family claim to the English throne. Geoffrey died in 1151, and was buried in Le Mans Cathedral; founder of a great dynasty of kings through his son, Henry II of England. For more on the Second Crusade, see RIN # 1618.
!The Plantagenet Chronicles: 38-63,80,102,140,154

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From Wikipedia - Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou :

Geoffrey (24 August 1113 - 7 September 1151), called the Handsome (French : le Bel) and Plantagenet, was the Count of Anjou , Touraine , and Maine by inheritance from 1129 and then Duke of Normandy by conquest from 1144. By his marriage to the Empress Matilda , daughter and heiress of Henry I of England , Geoffrey had a son, Henry Curtmantle , who succeeded to the English throne and founded the Plantagenet dynasty to which Geoffrey gave his nickname.

Biography
Geoffrey was the elder son of Fulk V of Anjou and Eremburga of La Flèche , heiress of Elias I of Maine . Geoffrey received his nickname for the yellow sprig of broom blossom (genêt is the French name for the genista, or broom shrub) he wore in his hat as a badge. King Henry I of England, having heard good reports on Geoffrey's talents and prowess, sent his royal legates to Anjou to negotiate a marriage between Geoffrey and his own daughter, Matilda. Consent was obtained from both parties, and on 10 June 1128 the fifteen-year-old Geoffrey was knighted in Rouen by King Henry in preparation for the wedding. Interestingly, there was no opposition to the marriage from the Church, despite the fact that Geoffrey's sister was the widow of Matilda's brother (only son of King Henry) which fact had been used to annul the marriage of another of Geoffrey's sisters to the Norman pretender William Clito .

On 17 June 1128 Geoffrey married Empress Matilda, the daughter and heiress of King Henry I of England by his first wife Edith of Scotland , and widow of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor . The marriage was meant to seal a peace between England/Normandy and Anjou. She was eleven years older than Geoffrey, very proud of her status as an Empress (as opposed to being a mere Countess). Their marriage was a stormy one with frequent long separations, but she bore him three sons and survived him.

The year after the marriage Geoffrey's father left for Jerusalem (where he was to become king ), leaving Geoffrey behind as count of Anjou. John of Marmoutier describes Geoffrey as handsome, red-headed, jovial, and a great warrior; however, Ralph of Diceto alleges that his charm concealed his cold and selfish character.

When King Henry I died in 1135, Matilda at once entered Normandy to claim her inheritance. The border districts submitted to her, but England chose her cousin Stephen of Blois for its king, and Normandy soon followed suit. The following year, Geoffrey gave Ambrieres, Gorron, and Chatilon-sur-Colmont to Juhel de Mayenne, on condition that he help obtain the inheritance of Geoffrey's wife. In 1139 Matilda landed in England with 140 knights, where she was besieged at Arundel Castle by King Stephen. In the "Anarchy" which ensued, Stephen was captured at Lincoln in February, 1141, and imprisoned at Bristol. A legatine council of the English church held at Winchester in April 1141 declared Stephen deposed and proclaimed Matilda "Lady of the English". Stephen was subsequently released from prison and had himself recrowned on the anniversary of his first coronation.

During 1142 and 1143, Geoffrey secured all of Normandy west and south of the Seine, and, on 14 January 1144, he crossed the Seine and entered Rouen. He assumed the title of Duke of Normandy in the summer of 1144. In 1144, he founded an Augustine priory at Chateau-l'Ermitage in Anjou. Geoffrey held the duchy until 1149, when he and Matilda conjointly ceded it to their son, Henry, which cession was formally ratified by King Louis VII of France the following year.

Geoffrey also put down three baronial rebellions in Anjou, in 1129, 1135, and 1145-1151. He was often at odds with his younger brother, Elias , whom he had imprisoned until 1151. The threat of rebellion slowed his progress in Normandy, and is one reason he could not intervene in England. In 1153, the Treaty of Westminster allowed Stephen should remain King of England for life and that Henry, the son of Geoffrey and Matilda should succeed him.

Geoffrey died suddenly on September 7, 1151. According to John of Marmoutier, Geoffrey was returning from a royal council when he was stricken with fever. He arrived at Château-du-Loir , collapsed on a couch, made bequests of gifts and charities, and died. He was buried at St. Julien's Cathedral in Le Mans France. Geoffrey and Matilda's children were:
Henry II of England (1133-1189)
Geoffrey, Count of Nantes (1 June 1134 Rouen - 26 July 1158 Nantes ) died unmarried and was buried in Nantes
William X, Count of Poitou (1136-1164) died unmarried

Geoffrey also had illegitimate children by an unknown mistress (or mistresses): Hamelin ; Emme, who married Dafydd Ab Owain Gwynedd , Prince of North Wales ; and Mary, who became a nun and Abbess of Shaftesbury and who may be the poetess Marie de France . Adelaide of Angers is sometimes sourced as being the mother of Hamelin.

The first reference to Norman heraldry was in 1128, when Henry I of England knighted his son-in-law Geoffrey and granted him a badge of gold lions (or leopards ) on a blue background. (A gold lion may already have been Henry's own badge.) Henry II used two gold lions and two lions on a red background are still part of the arms of Normandy. Henry's son, Richard I , added a third lion to distinguish the arms of England.


Research Notes: Child - Hamelin Plantagenet 5th Earl of Surrey

Natural son of Geoffrey V (Plantagenet). Second husband of Isabel de Warenne.

From http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593872178 :

Earl of Surrey, Count of Anjou and Maine, Viscount of Touraine and [illegitimate] half-brother of Henry II, King of England. Hamelin supported Henry II against the rebellion by his sons in 1173. In 1176, he escorted Henry's daughter Joan for her marriage to the King of Sicily. Hamelin was present at the Coronation of Richard I and was opposed to the rule of John while Richard was on crusade and later, imprisoned. In 1193, Hamelin was one of the Treasurers for the ransom of the King. Hamelin also attended the Coronation of King John in 1199. Hamelin was the benefactor of quite a number of Abbeys, Priorys and other religious communities in both England and France.
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From Wikipedia - Elizabeth of Vermandois:

Isabelle de Warenne, Countess of Surrey married 1stly
William, Count of Boulogne (dsp), yr son of King Stephen, and married 2ndly
Hamelin Plantagenet , an illegitimate half-brother of King Henry II of England by whom she had issue, later earls of Surrey and Warenne.

From Wikipedia - Hamelin de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey :
Hamelin de Warenne[citation needed ] (Plantagenet) 1129 - May 7 , 1202 ) was an English nobleman who was prominent at the courts of the Angevin kings of England , Henry II , Richard I , and John .

He was an illegitimate son of Geoffrey of Anjou , and thus a half-brother of King Henry II , and an uncle of Richard the Lionheart and King John . His half-brother Henry gave him one of the wealthiest heiresses in England, Isabella de Warenne , in her own right Countess of Surrey. She was the widow of William of Blois . Hamelin and Isabella married in April 1164, and after the marriage he was recognized as Comte de Warenne, that being the customary designation for what more technically should be Earl of Surrey . In consequence of the marriage Hamelin took the de Warenne toponymic, as did his descendants. He and Isabella would have four children.

Warenne land in England centered around Conisbrough in Yorkshire , a location in which Hamelin built a powerful castle. He also possessed the third penny (entitlement to one third of the fines levied in the county courts) of County Surrey and held the castles of Mortemer and Bellencombre in Normandy .

Hamelin joined in the denunciations of Thomas Becket in 1164, although after Becket's death he became a great believer in Becket's sainthood, having, the story goes, been cured of blindness by the saint's help. In 1176, he escorted his niece Joan of England to Sicily for her marriage.

He remained loyal to Henry through all the problems of the later part of the king's reign when many nobles deserted him, and continued as a close supporter of his nephew Richard I. During Richard's absence on the Third Crusade , he took the side of the regent William Longchamp . Hamelin appeared in the 2nd coronation of King Richard in 1194 and at King John's coronation in 1199.

He died in 1202 and was buried at the Chapter House at Lewes Priory , in Sussex . He was succeeded by his son William de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey . A daughter, named Adela, was the mistress of her cousin King John of England, and by him the mother of Richard Fitz Roy .



Norman Darcy of Lincolnshire and < >




Husband Norman Darcy of Lincolnshire 18

           Born: Abt 1031
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       Marriage: Abt 1061 - Dieppe, (Seine-Maritime), Normandy, France



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           Born: Abt 1035 - <Lincolnshire, England>
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1 M Norman Darcy of Cawkwell, Lincolnshire 18

           Born: Abt 1062 - <Lincolnshire, England>
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           Died: After 1115 - Stalingborough, Lincolnshire, England
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         Spouse: < > (Abt 1063-      ) 18
           Marr: Abt 1090 - <Nocton>, Lincolnshire, England




Zoltán Prince in Hungary and < >




Husband Zoltán Prince in Hungary 19

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         Father: Arpád Magyar Prince in Hungary (      -0907) 20
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         Father: Marót Khagan of Jewis Khazars (      -      ) 21
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1 M Taksóny Prince of Hungary 22

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Research Notes: Wife - < >

Per Ancestral Roots, line 243-2 (Zoltán), "m. unkwn dau. of Marót, Khagan of Jewis Khazars betw. rivers Theiss (Tisza) and Szamos (Somes)."


Robert Darcy of Nocton, Lincolnshire and < >




Husband Robert Darcy of Nocton, Lincolnshire 18

           Born: Abt 1091
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           Died: 1163 - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
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         Father: Norman Darcy of Cawkwell, Lincolnshire (Abt 1062-After 1115) 18
         Mother: < > (Abt 1063-      ) 18


       Marriage: Abt 1117 - <Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England>



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           Born: Abt 1093 - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
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1 M Michael Darcy of Little Malden, Essex 18

           Born: Abt 1218
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Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine and < > [Not Barbe de Lebarten]




Husband Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine 18 23 24

            AKA: Gonzelon I Duke of Lorraine, Gozelo "the Great" Duke of Lorraine, Gozelon I Duke of Lower Lorraine
           Born: Abt 967 - Verdun, (Meuse, Lorraine), Lotharingia, (France)
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           Died: 19 Apr 1044
         Buried:  - Abbey Church of Bilsen, <Bilsen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany>


         Father: Godfrey I "the Captive" Count of Verdun (Abt 0927-1002) 18 25 26
         Mother: Mathilde of Saxony (Abt 0921-1008) 18


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• Duke of Lower Lorraine: 1023-1044.

• Duke of Upper Lorraine: 1033-1044.

• Margrave of Antwerp: Abt 1005-1044.




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1 F Regilinde of Lorraine

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         Spouse: Albert II Count of Namur (Abt 1000-1064) 27


2 F Oda 18 28

           Born: Abt 995 - Lorraine, (France)
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           Died: 1044
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         Spouse: Lambert II Count of Louvain (Abt 0991-After 1062) 18 29


3 M Godfrey III Duke of Lower Lorraine 30 31

            AKA: Godfrey "the Bearded" Duke of Upper & Lower Lorraine
           Born: Abt 997
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           Died: 1069
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         Spouse: Doda (      -      ) 30



Research Notes: Husband - Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine

Great-grandson of Cunegonde. Youngest son of Godfrey I and Matilda Billung.

From Wikipedia - Gothelo I, Duke of Lorraine :

Gothelo or Gozelo (c. 967 - 19 April 1044 ), called the Great, was the duke of Lower Lorraine from 1023 and of Upper Lorraine from 1033. He was also the margrave of Antwerp from 1005 (or 1008) and count of Verdun . Gothelo was the youngest son of Godfrey I, Count of Verdun , and Matilda Billung, daughter of Herman, Duke of Saxony . On his father's death, he received the march of Antwerp and became a vassal of his brother, Godfrey II , who became duke of Lower Lorraine in 1012. He succeeded his brother in 1023 with the support of the Emperor Henry II , but was opposed until Conrad II forced the rebels to submit in 1025. When the House of Bar , which ruled in Upper Lorraine, became extinct in 1033, with the death of his cousin Frederick III , Conrad made him duke of both duchies, so that he could assist in the defence of the territory against Odo II , count of Blois , Meaux , Chartres , and Troyes (the later Champagne ).

In the Battle of Bar on 15 November 1037 , Gothelo dealt a decisive blow to Odo, who was trying to creating an independent state between France and Germany. Odo died in the battle.

Gothelo died on 19 April 1044 and is buried in the Abbey Church of Bilsen . His son Godfrey succeeded in Upper Lorraine, but the Emperor Henry III refused to give him the duchy of Lower Lorraine as well. When Godfrey showed disagreement with the imperial decision, Henry III threatened to pass the duchy to Godfrey's incompetent brother Gothelo . This caused a long rebellion in Lotharingia between the allies of Godfrey (the counts of Flanders and Leuven ) and imperial forces (1044-1056).

Family
The name of Gothelo's wife is not known, the name Barbe de Lebarten (and in fact her entire ancestry), being a spurious concoction of later genealogists.[1][2] He had the following children:
Godfrey the Bearded , duke of Upper Lorraine
Gothelo , duke of Lower Lorraine
Frederick , later Pope Stephen IX
Regilinda, married Albert II, Count of Namur
Oda, married Lambert II, Count of Leuven
Matilda, married Henry I, Count Palatine of Lotharingia


Research Notes: Child - Regilinde of Lorraine

Source: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr, ed. by William R. Beall & Kaleen E. Beall (Baltimore, 2008), line 149-21 (Albert II)


Research Notes: Child - Godfrey III Duke of Lower Lorraine

Eldest son of Gothelo I.

From Wikipedia - Godfrey III, Duke of Lower Lorraine :
Godfrey III[1] (c. 997-1069), called the Bearded, was the eldest son of Gothelo I , duke of Upper and Lower Lorraine . By inheritance, he was count of Verdun and he became margrave of Antwerp as a vassal of the duke of Lower Lorraine. The Holy Roman Emperor Henry III authorised him to succeed his father as duke of Upper Lorraine in 1044, but refused him the ducal title in Lower Lorraine, for he feared the power of a united duchy. Instead Henry threatened to appoint a younger son, Gothelo , as duke in Lower Lorraine. At a much later date, Godfrey became duke of Lower Lorraine, but he had lost the upper duchy by then.

Godfrey rebelled against his king and devastated land in Lower Lorraine, as well as the city of Verdun , which, though his by inheritance, Henry had not given him. He was soon defeated by an imperial army and was deposed imprisoned together with his son (Gibichenstein , 1045). When his son died in prison, the war recommenced. Baldwin V of Flanders joined Godfrey and Henry gave Thierry, Bishop of Verdun , the eponymous county. Godfrey surprised the bishop (who escaped) and sacked Verdun, burning the cathedral. On 11 November 1048 at Thuin , Godfrey fell on Adalbert , his replacement in Upper Lorraine, and defeated him, killing him in battle. Henry immediately nominated the young Gerard of Chatenoy to replace Adalbert at the Diet of Worms . In his subsequent campaigns to take the Moselle region, Godfrey met with stiff resistance from Gerard and was forced to renounce his claims and reconcile with the bishop. He even assisted in rebuilding the cathedral he had destroyed.

In 1053, his first wife Doda having died, Godfrey remarried Beatrice of Bar , the widow of Boniface III of Tuscany and mother of Matilda , Boniface' heir. Henry arrested Beatrice and her young son Frederick and imprisoned her in Germany, separate from either husband or son, who died within days. The emperor claimed the marriage had been contracted without his consent and was invalid. Young Frederick died a short while later. Nevertheless, Godfrey took over the government of the Tuscany in right of Beatrice and Matilda.

Baldwin V then rebelled, carrying the war to Trier and Nijmegen . Henry responded by devastating Flanders and ravaging Lille and Tournai (1054). In this war, Godfrey captured Frederick of Luxembourg , Duke of Lower Lorraine, who had received that duchy, including Antwerp, from Henry III.
In 1055, Godfrey besieged Antwerp, but Frederick was delivered by the Lorrainers, no longer loyal to Godfrey. Henry died in 1056 and his successor, Henry IV , was only six years old. In that year, Baldwin made peace and did homage to the new king. In 1056 and 1059, by the treaties of Andernach , Baldwin received the march of Ename in the Landgraviate of Brabant , probably in exchange for giving up the march of Valenciennes , which was confiscated by emperor Henry III in 1045.

In 1057, Godfrey was exiled to Tuscany, where he joined Beatrice and co-governed with her. He was enfeoffed with the Duchy of Spoleto (1057) by Pope Stephen IX , his brother. In January 1058, Leo de Benedicto Christiano threw open the city gates to him and Beatrice after the election of Pope Nicholas II . Possessing the Tiber and assaulting the Lateran , Godfrey succeeded in expelling the antipope Benedict X on 24 January . During the papal reign of his brother and his brothers reforming successors, he played an important rôle in the politics of central and northern Italy, including Sardinia , where he interfered on behalf of Barisone I of Logudoro against the Republic of Pisa , indicating his authority over both.

In 1065, he was recalled to become duke of Lower Lorraine after the death of Frederick. He was also given Antwerp again. He installed his court at Bouillon and died on Christmas Eve 1069.

Family
By Doda, he had:
Godfrey , succeeded him in Lower Lorraine
Ida of Lorraine , married Eustace II, Count of Boulogne
Wiltrude, married Adalbert of Calw


Henry Darcy of Little Malden, Essex, England and < > of Little Malden, Essex




Husband Henry Darcy of Little Malden, Essex, England 18

           Born: Abt 1294
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         Father: Norman Darcy of Little Malden, Essex (Abt 1266-1296) 18
         Mother: < > D'Amory of Little Malden, Essex (Abt 1270-      ) 18


       Marriage: Abt 1329 - Little Malden, Essex, England



Wife < > of Little Malden, Essex 18

           Born: Abt 1306 - <Little Malden, Essex, England>
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1 M Thomas Darcy of Little Malden, Essex, England 18

           Born: Abt 1330
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         Spouse: < > of Little Malden, Essex (Abt 1338-      ) 18
           Marr: Abt 1359




Alan Lord of Galloway and < >




Husband Alan Lord of Galloway 18

            AKA: Alan de Galloway
           Born: Abt 1186 - <Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland>
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           Died: 1234
         Buried:  - Abbey of Dundrennan, Kirkcudbright, Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland


         Father: Roland Lord of Galloway (Abt 1164-1200) 18 32
         Mother: Elena de Morville (Abt 1172-1217) 18 33


       Marriage: 1228

   Other Spouse: Helen de L'Isle (Abt 1174-Abt 1212) 18 34 - Abt 1205 - Carrick, Ayrshire, Scotland

   Other Spouse: Margaret of Huntingdon (      -1201) 35 - 1209

Events

• Constable of Scotland: 1215-1234.

• Named: in the Magna Charta.




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         Father: Hugh de Lacy Earl of Ulster (      -1243) 37
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Research Notes: Husband - Alan Lord of Galloway

Per Ancestral Roots, "A descendant of the English and Scottish Kings."


Research Notes: Wife - < >

A daughter of Hugh de Lacy, Earl of Ulster.


Gondioc King of the Burgundians and < > [Sister of Ricimer]




Husband Gondioc King of the Burgundians 38 39

            AKA: Gunderic King of the Burgundians, Gundioc King of the Burgundians, Gundioch King of the Burgundians, Gundowech King of the Burgundians
           Born: Abt 420 - Bourgogne [Burgundy], (France)
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           Died: 473
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         Father: Gunther King of the Burgundians [Semi-legendary] (Abt 0385-Abt 0437) 40 41
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Wife < > [Sister of Ricimer] 42

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1 M Chilperic II King of the Burgundians 43 44

            AKA: Chilperic King of Burgundy
           Born: Abt 450 - <Burgundy, (France)>
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           Died: 493
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         Spouse: Agrippine de Bourgogne (      -      ) 45
         Spouse: Caretena (      -0493) 44


2 M Gundobad King of Burgundy 46

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           Died: 516
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3 M Gundomar

            AKA: Godomar
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           Died: 486
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4 M Godegisel

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Research Notes: Husband - Gondioc King of the Burgundians

From Wikipedia - Gondioc :

Gondioc (also Gundioc, Gundowech, died 473 ) was king of Burgundy following the destruction of Worms by the Huns in 436 , succeeding Gundahar . Gondioc married the sister of Ricimer , the Gothic general at the time ruling the Western Roman Empire .

Gundobad , the son of Gondioc, succeeded Ricimer in 472, but abdicated after the death of his father in the following year as Gondioc was succeeded by his brother Chilperic I . After the death of Chilperic, Burgundy was divided among the sons of Gondioc, Gundobad, Chilperic II of Burgundy , Godomar and Godegisel .


Death Notes: Child - Chilperic II King of the Burgundians

Assassinated by Gundobad


Research Notes: Child - Chilperic II King of the Burgundians

From Wikipedia - Chilperic II of Burgundy :

Chilperic II (c. 450 - 493) was the King of Burgundy from 473 until his death, though initially co-ruler with his father from 463. He began his reign in 473 after the partition of Burgundy with his brothers Godegisel , Godomar , and Gundobad ; he ruled from Valence and his brothers ruled respectively from Geneva , Vienne , and Lyon . They were all sons of Gundioch . Sometime in the early 470s Chilperic was forced to submit to the authority of the Roman Empire by the magister militum Ecdicius Avitus .

In 475 he probably sheltered an exiled Ecdicius after the Visigoths had obtained possession of the Auvergne . After his brother Gundobad had removed his other brother Godomar (Gundomar) in 486, he turned on Chilperic. In 493 Gundobad assassinated Chilperic and drowned his wife, Caretena, then exiled their two daughters, Chroma and Clotilda . Chroma became a nun and Clotilda fled to her uncle, Godegisel. When the Frankish king, Clovis I , requested the latter's hand in marriage, Gundobad was unable to decline. Clovis and Godegisel allied against Gundobad in a long, drawn out civil war.


Research Notes: Child - Gundobad King of Burgundy

From Wikipedia - Gondioc :

Gundobad , the son of Gondioc, succeeded Ricimer in 472, but abdicated after the death of his father in the following year as Gondioc was succeeded by his brother Chilperic I . After the death of Chilperic, Burgundy was divided among the sons of Gondioc, Gundobad, Chilperic II of Burgundy , Godomar and Godegisel .

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From Wikipedia - Gundobad :

Gundobad, Patrician of the Western Roman Empire (472 -473 ) also became King of the Burgundians (473 -516 ), after his father Gundioc of Burgundy, though he had to fight off three brothers to seize his title.

When the former Patrician Ricimer , who had been the power behind the throne for the Western Empire , died in 472 , his nephew Gundobad seized the title. With his new power he elevated the current Count of the Domestics, Glycerius , to the position of Western Roman Emperor . Gundobad, however left office in 473, as his father, Gundioc, had died and he had inherited Burgundy along with his three brothers; Godegisel , Chilperic II and Gundomar .

But Gundobad was not content with his fractured portion of Burgundy, and turned against his brothers with hope of control over all the land.
In 486 he killed Gundomar, though little is known of this encounter.
In 493 he turned his sword against Chilperic, and drowned his wife. Gundobad exiled his two daughters, Chroma becoming a nun. The other, Clotilde , was found by the men of Clovis I , King of the Franks , who sent word to Gundobad, asking Clotilde's hand in marriage. Gundobad was too afraid to decline.

Gundobad's battle with Godegisel raged long. Unknowingly, both called upon Clovis trying to persuade him to join forces against the other. Clovis sided with Godegisel, who had offered him his pleasure of tribute and crushed Gundobad's force. Gundobad fled but King Clovis pursued him to Avignon . Gundobad feared the worst with Clovis's mighty army at the gates. But a man of wit called Aridius went from Gundobad to Clovis and charmed him into taking his advice, which was to spare Gundobad but force him into paying a yearly tribute.

Gundobad later broke his promise of tribute as he regained his power and besieged Godegisel, locked up in the city of Vienne . As famine devoured Vienne, Godegisel expelled the common people from the city for fear for himself. An outraged expelled artisan seeking vengeance on Godegisel went to Gundobad, and with his help he navigated the aqueduct and broke into the city. He murdered Godegisel in 501 in an Arian church along with the bishop.

Gundobad was now sole king of Burgundy. He made peace with the Franks, converted to Catholicism , and died peacefully succeeded by his son Sigismund in 516. He also had another son: Godomar . Godomar would succeed his brother after his death in 524.


Death Notes: Child - Gundomar

Killed by his brother Gundobad


Research Notes: Child - Gundomar

From Wikipedia - Gondioc:

Gundobad , the son of Gondioc, succeeded Ricimer in 472, but abdicated after the death of his father in the following year as Gondioc was succeeded by his brother Chilperic I . After the death of Chilperic, Burgundy was divided among the sons of Gondioc, Gundobad, Chilperic II of Burgundy , Godomar and Godegisel .

From Wikipedia - Gundobad :
But Gundobad was not content with his fractured portion of Burgundy, and turned against his brothers with hope of control over all the land.
In 486 he killed Gundomar, though little is known of this encounter.
In 493 he turned his sword against Chilperic, and drowned his wife. Gundobad exiled his two daughters, Chroma becoming a nun. The other, Clotilde , was found by the men of Clovis I , King of the Franks , who sent word to Gundobad, asking Clotilde's hand in marriage. Gundobad was too afraid to decline.


Death Notes: Child - Godegisel

According to Wikipedia - Gundobad -

Murdered by his brother Gundobad in 501 in an Arian church in Vienne, along with the bishop.


Research Notes: Child - Godegisel

From Wikipedia - Gondioc :

Gundobad , the son of Gondioc, succeeded Ricimer in 472, but abdicated after the death of his father in the following year as Gondioc was succeeded by his brother Chilperic I . After the death of Chilperic, Burgundy was divided among the sons of Gondioc, Gundobad, Chilperic II of Burgundy , Godomar and Godegisel .


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