The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Desiderius King of the Lombards and Emma of Allemania




Husband Desiderius King of the Lombards 1

           Born: Abt 710
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           Died: 774
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Wife Emma of Allemania 2 3 4

           Born: Abt 735 - Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia (Germany)
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           Died: Abt 785
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         Father: Hnabi Duke of Alemannia (Abt 0710-Abt 0788) 5 6 7
         Mother: Hereswind (      -      ) 7



   Other Spouse: Gerold of Swabia, Count in Linzgau, Prefect in Bavaria (Abt 0725-0799) 8 9 - 727


Children

Research Notes: Husband - Desiderius King of the Lombards

FamilySearch.org Compact Disc #94 Pin #91486 (submitted by Samuel Taylor "Sam" Geer) has Desiderius as the father of Hilldegarde of Savoy (one of Charlemagne's wives), but Wikipedia gives another person as her father. 1


Death Notes: Wife - Emma of Allemania

May have died between 788 and 798


Research Notes: Wife - Emma of Allemania

From Wikipedia - Hildegard of Vinzgouw :

Hildegard (758 -30 April 783 ) was the daughter of count Gerold of Vinzgouw and Emma of Alamannia, daughter of Hnabi , Duke of Alamannia .
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From Wikipedia - Gerold of Vinzgouw :

"In 757 , [Gerold of Vinzgouw] married Emma of Alamannia (730-789), daughter of Hnabi , Duke of Alamannia . They had the following:
Eric of Friuli
Adrian, Count of Orlans , father of Odo I, Count of Orlans
Gerold
Udalrich
Hildegard , who in 771 married King Charlemagne .
' 2 3 4


Tonantius II Ferreolus Duke of Moselle and Deuteria




Husband Tonantius II Ferreolus Duke of Moselle 10

           Born: Abt 452 - Moselle, Austrasia (France)
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           Died: Abt 506
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         Father: Tonantius Ferreolus of Moselle (      -After 0475) 11
         Mother: Papinilla Avitus of Rome (Abt 0415-      ) 12


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Wife Deuteria 13

            AKA: Outeria
           Born: Abt 479 - Moselle, Austrasia (France)
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Children
1 M Ansbertus of Moselle, Senator of Rome 14 15

           Born: Abt 500 - Moselle, Austrasia (France)
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         Spouse: Blithilda Princess of Cologne (Between 0508/0513-0580) 16 17




Research Notes: Child - Ansbertus of Moselle, Senator of Rome

Ancestral Roots, line 180-6 (Ansbertus), says "m. perh. Bilichilde, whose ancestry is unproven." 14 15


Theudebert I King of Austrasia and Deuteria




Husband Theudebert I King of Austrasia 18 19

           Born: Abt 500 - Reims, (Marne), (Champagne-Ardenne), France
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           Died: 548 - Austrasia, Frankish Empire, (France or Germany)
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         Father: Theuderic I King of Rheims (Metz, Austrasia) (Abt 0485-0534) 20
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   Other Spouse: Wisigarda (      -      )

Events

King of Austrasia: 533-548.




Wife Deuteria

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Children
1 M Theudebald King of Austrasia 21 22

            AKA: Theobald King of Austrasia, Theodebald King of Austrasia, Thibaud King of Austrasia
           Born: Abt 535
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           Died: 555 - Austrasia, Frankish Empire, (France or Germany)
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         Spouse: Waldrada of Lombardy (      -      ) 23




Research Notes: Husband - Theudebert I King of Austrasia

From Wikipedia - Theudebert I :

Theudebert I (French : Thibert or Thodebert) (c. 500 - 547 or 548 ) was the Merovingian king of Austrasia from 533 to his death in 548 . He was the son of Theuderic I and the father of Theudebald .

Most of what we know about Theudebert comes from the Histories or History of the Franks written by Gregory of Tours in the second half of the sixth century. In addition, we have diplomatic correspondence composed at the Austrasian court (known as the Austrasian Letters ), the poems of Venantius Fortunatus and a small number of other sources.

During his father's reign, the young Theudebert had shown himself to be an able warrior. In about 516 he defeated a Danish army under King Chlochilaich (Hygelac of Beowulf ) after it had raided northern Gaul. His reputation was further enhanced by a series of military campaigns in the south of Gaul against the Visigoths .

Upon his father's death, Theudebert had to fight both his uncles Childebert and Clotaire to inherit his father's kingdom. In the end, his military prowess persuaded Childebert to abandon the dispute and adopt Theudebert as his heir. Together they campaigned against Clotaire but sued for peace after their armies were hit by storm...

In common with other Frankish rulers at the time, Theudebert took several wives as and when he wanted. As heir to his father's kingdom, he was betrothed to Wisigard , daughter of Wacho , king of the Lombards . This sort of political match was rare for the Merovingian kings. Theudebert abandoned her for Deuteria, a Gallo-Roman he had met while on campaign in southern Gaul. However, his supporters were not best pleased by his treatment of Wisigard, perhaps because of the political dimension, and persuaded Theudebert to take her back. Wisigard, though, soon died, and Theudebert married again.

As well as being renowned for his military prowess, Theudebert was lauded by contemporaries for his patronage of the Gallic Church. Gregory of Tours reserves special praise for him in this regard, but his piety is also mentioned by Fortunatus.

Theudebert died in the 14th year of his reign (at the end of 547 or the beginning of 548) and Theudebald, his son by Deuteria, succeeded him. In contrast to that experienced by many Merovingian kings, Theudebald's accession was peaceful. 18 19


Research Notes: Wife - Deuteria

Source: Wikipedia - Theudebald


Research Notes: Child - Theudebald King of Austrasia

From Wikipedia - Theudebald :

Theudebald or Theodebald (in modern English , Theobald; in French , Thibaud or Thodebald; in German , Theudowald) (c. 535 -555 ), son of Theudebert I and Deuteria, was the king of Metz , Rheims , or Austrasia -as it's variously called-from 547 or 548 to 555 .

He was only thirteen years of age when he succeeded and of ill health. However, the loyalty of the nobility to his father's memory preserved the peace during his minority. He married Waldrada , daughter of the Lombard king Wacho and his step-sister (a sister of his father's second wife). This marriage fortified the alliance betweent Austrasia and Lombardy.

Nevertheless, Theudebald could not hold on to the conquests of his father in the north of Italia . The Byzantine Emperor Justinian I sent an army under the command of Narses in 552 and, like his father before him, Theudebald avoided direct confrontation with it.

After a prolonged sickness and prostration, he died in 555. His realm passed finally outside of the family of Theuderic I and was united to the kingdoms of his great-uncle Clotaire I , who would soon become king of all the Franks . 21 22



Larry Lind Wallace and Diane




Husband Larry Lind Wallace (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Lind Havelock Wallace (1912-Bef 1962)
         Mother: Lucile Genevieve McFarland (1914-1992)


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   Other Spouse: Mary



Wife Diane (details suppressed for this person)

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Dietrich Count of Ringelheim




Husband Dietrich Count of Ringelheim 25

            AKA: Dietrich Count of Saxon-Hamelant
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1 F Mechtilde of Ringelheim 25 26

            AKA: Mathilda Countess of Ringleheim, Matilda Countess of Ringelheim
           Born: Between 890 and 896 - <Ringelheim, Saxony (Lower Saxony, Germany)
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           Died: 14 Mar 968 - Memleben, Saxony (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)
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         Spouse: Henry I "the Fowler" Duke of Saxony, King of the Saxons (0876-0936) 26 27 28
           Marr: 909




Research Notes: Husband - Dietrich Count of Ringelheim

Count of Saxon-Hamelant, Count of Ringelheim.

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 148-18 (Henry I "the Fowler") has Count of Ringelheim; line 142-17 (Henry I) has Count of Saxon-Hamelant. 25


Birth Notes: Child - Mechtilde of Ringelheim

http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f01/a0020133.htm has b. 878


Death Notes: Child - Mechtilde of Ringelheim

FamilySearch has d. 14 May 968, Memleben, Saxony


Research Notes: Child - Mechtilde of Ringelheim

2nd wife of Henry I

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 148-18 (Henry I "the Fowler") has b. abt 896, line 142-17 (Henry I) has b. abt 890 25 26


Dinis King of Portugal and the Algarve and St. Elizabeth of Aragon




Husband Dinis King of Portugal and the Algarve




            AKA: Denis King of Portugal and the Algarve, Diniz King of Portugal and the Algarve
           Born: 9 Oct 1261 - Lisbon, Portugal
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           Died: 7 Jan 1325 - Santarm, Portugal
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         Father: Afonso III King of Portugal and the Algarve (1210-1279)
         Mother: Beatrice of Castile (1242-1303) 29


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Wife St. Elizabeth of Aragon

            AKA: St. Elisabeth of Aragon
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Children
1 F Constance of Portugal

           Born: 3 Jan 1290
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           Died: 18 Nov 1313
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         Spouse: Ferdinand IV of Castile (1285-1312)
           Marr: 1302



2 M Afonso IV "the Brave" King of Portugal and the Algarve 30




            AKA: Alphonso IV of Portugal
           Born: 8 Feb 1291 - Lisbon, Portugal
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           Died: 28 May 1357
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         Spouse: Beatrice of Castile (1293-1359) 31
           Marr: 12 Sep 1309




Research Notes: Husband - Dinis King of Portugal and the Algarve

From Wikipedia - Denis of Portugal :

Denis (Portuguese : Dinis or Diniz, pronounced [di'ni?] ; 9 October 1261 in Lisbon - 7 January 1325 in Santarm ), called the Farmer King (Rei Lavrador), was the sixth King of Portugal and the Algarve . The eldest son of Afonso III of Portugal by his second wife, Beatrice of Castile , Dinis succeeded his father in 1279 .



Research Notes: Wife - St. Elizabeth of Aragon

From Wikipedia - Elizabeth of Aragon :

St. Elisabeth of Aragon (1271 -4 July 1336 ) (Elisabet in Catalan , Isabel in Portuguese ) was queen consort of Portugal and is, like her great-aunt St. Elisabeth of Hungary who had been canonized in 1235 for her miracles in Thuringia (Germany ), a Saint of the Roman Catholic Church . She is also known as Rainha Santa Isabel in Portuguese (Queen Saint Elisabeth).

Marriage
She showed an early enthusiasm for religion: she said the full Divine Office daily, fasted and did other penances, and attended twice daily choral masses.
Elizabeth was married very early to Denis of Portugal , a poet, and known as Rei Lavrador, or the farmer king, because he planted a large pine forest, near Leiria . The wood from these trees would later be used to make the boats during the discoveries . Elizabeth quietly pursued the regular religious practices of her maidenhood, and was devoted to the poor and sick. Naturally, such a life was a reproach to many around her, and caused ill will in some quarters. A popular story is told of how her husband's jealousy was roused by an evil-speaking page; of how he condemned the queen's supposed guilty accomplice to a cruel death; and was finally convinced of her innocence by the strange accidental substitution of her accuser for the intended victim.
They had two children, a daughter Constance, who married Ferdinand IV of Castile , and a son Afonso (later Afonso IV of Portugal ). The latter so greatly resented the favours shown to the king's illegitimate sons that he rebelled, and in 1323 war was declared between him and his father. Elisabeth, however, reconciled her husband and son, and is known in consequence as the "peacemaker".

Dowager Queen
Denis died in 1325 , his son succeeding him. Elizabeth then retired to a convent of the Poor Clares (now known as Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha ) which she had founded in 1314 at Coimbra . She took the habit of the Franciscan Order , wishing to devote the rest of her life to the poor and sick in obscurity. But she was called forth to act once more as peacemaker. In 1336 Afonso IV marched his troops against the Alfonso XI of Castile , to whom he had married his daughter Maria, and who had neglected and ill-treated her. In spite of age and weakness, the queen dowager insisted on hurrying to Estremoz , where the two kings' armies were drawn up. She again stopped the fighting and caused terms of peace to be arranged. But the exertion brought on her final illness; and as soon as her mission was fulfilled she died of a fever on 8 July 1336 at Estremoz Castle.
Elizabeth was buried at the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha in Coimbra , in a magnificent Gothic sarcophag. In the early 17th century, her remains were transferred to a new sarcophagus made of silver and glass. After the monastery was abandoned due to frequent floods, her tomb was transferred to the new Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Nova, were it can be visited today.
Miracles were said to have followed her death. She was canonized by Pope Urban VIII on 25 May 1625 ,[1] and her feast is kept on 4 July , the day of her death and the date on which her feast was initially celebrated in the Roman Catholic calendar of saints . In 1694 the feast was moved to 8 July , outside the Octave of Saints Peter and Paul;[2] but in 1969 it was restored to its original date.

Family and Ancestors
She was named after her great-aunt St. Elisabeth of Hungary , but is known in Portuguese by "Isabel". She was a younger sister of Alfonso III of Aragon and James II of Aragon . She was also an older sister of Frederick III of Sicily .


Research Notes: Child - Constance of Portugal

From Wikipedia - Constance of Portugal :

Infanta Constana of Portugal (English : Constance, pron. IPA: [k?'t?~s?] ) was a Portuguese infanta , daughter of King Denis of Portugal . She was born on January 3 , 1290 and became Queen consort of Castile when she married Castilian King Ferdinand IV .
From Ferdinand IV she had three children:
Leonor (1307 -1359 ), married King Alfonso IV of Aragon
Constanza (1308 -1310 )
Alfonso XI of Castile (1311 -1350 )
Constance of Portugal died November 18 , 1313 .


Research Notes: Child - Afonso IV "the Brave" King of Portugal and the Algarve

King of Portugal and the Algarve from 1325 until his death.

From Wikipedia - Afonso IV of Portugal :

Afonso IV[1] (pronounced [?'fsu] ; 8 February 1291 - 28 May 1357 ), called the Brave (Portuguese : o Bravo), was the seventh king of Portugal and the Algarve from 1325 until his death. He was the only legitimate son of Dinis of Portugal by his wife Elizabeth of Aragon .

Afonso, born in Lisbon , was the rightful heir to the Portuguese throne. However, he was not, according to several sources, Dinis' favourite son; his half-brother, the illegitimate Afonso Sanches , enjoyed full royal favour. From early in life, the notorious rivalry led to several outbreaks of civil war . On January 7 , 1325 , Afonso's father died and he became king, taking full revenge on his brother. His rival was sentenced to exile in Castile , and stripped of all the lands and fiefdoms donated by their common father. Afonso Sanches, however, did not sit still. From Castile, he orchestrated a series of attempts to usurp the crown for himself. After a few failed attempts at invasion, both brothers signed a peace treaty, arranged by the Afonso's mother Queen Elizabeth.

In 1309 , Afonso IV married Infanta Beatrice of Castile , daughter of King Sancho IV of Castile by his wife Maria de Molina . The first-born of this union, Infanta Maria of Portugal , married King Alfonso XI of Castile in 1328 , at the same time that Afonso IV's heir, Peter I of Portugal , was promised to another Castilian infanta, Constance of Penafiel . These arrangements were imperiled by the ill will of Alfonso XI of Castile, who was, at the time, publicly mistreating his wife. Afonso IV was not happy to see his daughter abused, and started a war against Castile. Peace arrived four years later, with the intervention of Infanta Maria herself. A peace treaty was signed in Seville in 1339 and, in the next year, Portuguese troops played an important role in the victory of the Battle of Rio Salado over the Marinid Moors in October 1340 .

The last part of Afonso IV's reign is marked not by open warfare against Castile, but by political intrigue. Civil war between King Pedro of Castile and his half-brother Henry of Trastamara led to the exile of many Castilian nobles to Portugal . These immigrants immediately created a faction among the Portuguese court, aiming at privileges and power that, somehow, could compensate what they lost at home. The faction grew in power, especially after Ins de Castro , daughter of an important nobleman and maid of the Crown Princess Constance , became the lover of her lady's husband: Peter , the heir of Portugal. Afonso IV was displeased with his son's choice of lovers, and hoped that the relationship would be a futile one. Unfortunately for internal politics, it was not. Peter was openly in love with Ines, recognized all the children she bore, and, worst of all, favoured the Castilians that surrounded her. Moreover, after his wife's death in 1349 , Peter refused the idea of marrying anyone other than Ines herself.
The situation became worse as the years passed and the aging Afonso lost control over his court. Peter's only male heir, future king Fernando of Portugal , was a sickly child, while the illegitimate children sired with Ines thrived. Worried about his legitimate grandson's life, and the growing power of Castile within Portugal's borders, Afonso ordered the murder of Ins de Castro in 1355 . He expected his son to give in, but the heir was not able to forgive him for the act. Enraged at the barbaric act, Peter put himself at the head of an army and devastated the country between the Douro and the Minho rivers before he was reconciled to his father in early 1357 . Afonso died almost immediately after, in Lisbon in May.

As king, Afonso IV is remembered as a soldier and a valiant general, hence the nickname the Brave. But perhaps his most important contribution was the importance he gave to the Portuguese navy . Afonso IV granted public funding to raise a proper commercial fleet and ordered the first maritime explorations. The Canary Islands (today a part of Spain ) were discovered during his reign. 30



Dirk I Count of Holland and Gerberge Vermandois




Husband Dirk I Count of Holland 26

           Born: Abt 900 - Noordwijk-Binnen, Zuid Holland, (Netherlands)
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           Died: 6 Oct 939
         Buried:  - Egmond-Binnen, Noord Holland, (Netherlands)


         Father: Gerulf Count of Friesland (Abt 0845-      ) 26
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Wife Gerberge Vermandois 26

           Born: Abt 939 - <Noordwijk-Bin, Zuid Holland, (Netherlands)>
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Children
1 F Hildegarde de Holland 26

            AKA: Hildegard of Holland
           Born: Abt 961 - Zuid Holland, (Netherlands)
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         Spouse: Theodoric de Gand (Abt 0956-      ) 26
           Marr: Abt 983 - Gand, East Vlaanderen, (Belgium)





Godfrey III Duke of Lower Lorraine and Doda




Husband Godfrey III Duke of Lower Lorraine 32 33

            AKA: Godfrey "the Bearded" Duke of Upper & Lower Lorraine
           Born: Abt 997
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           Died: 1069
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         Father: Gothelo I Duke of Lorraine (Abt 0967-1044) 26 34 35
         Mother: < > [Not Barbe de Lebarten] (      -      )


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Events

Duke of Upper and Lower Lorraine:

Count of Verdun:

Margrave of Antwerp:




Wife Doda 32

            AKA: Dada, Ida
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Children
1 F Ida of Lorraine 32 36

           Born: Abt 1040 - Bouillon, Lower Lorraine, (Wallonia, Belgium)
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           Died: 13 Aug 1113
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         Spouse: Eustace II Count of Boulogne (Between 1015/1020-Abt 1087) 26 37 38
           Marr: 1057




Research Notes: Husband - 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 rle 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 32 33


Research Notes: Child - Ida of Lorraine

Second wife of Eustace II.

From Wikipedia - Ida of Lorraine
Ida of Lorraine (also referred to as Blessed Ida of Boulogne)[1] (c. 1040 - 13 Apr 1113 )[2] was a saint and noblewoman.

She was born in Bouillon, Ardenne, South Belgium, the daughter of Godfrey III, Duke of Lower Lorraine and his wife, Doda.[3].

Family
In 1057, she married Eustace II of Boulogne .[2] They had three sons:
Eustace III , the next Count of Boulogne
Godfrey of Bouillon , first ruler of Kingdom of Jerusalem
Baldwin , second ruler of Kingdom of Jerusalem

Ida shunned the use of a wet-nurse in raising her sons. Instead, she breast-fed them to ensure that they were not contaminated by the wet-nurse's morals.[4] When her sons went on the First Crusade , Ida contributed heavily to their expenses.[5]

Life
Ida was always religiously and charitably active, but the death of her husband provided her wealth and the freedom to use it for her projects. She founded several monasteries:
Saint-Wulmer in Boulogne[6][1]
Our Lady of the Chapel, Calais[1]
Saint-Bertin[1]
Abbey of Cappelle [7]
Abbey of Le Wast [7]

She maintained a correspondence with Anselm of Canterbury . Some of Anselm's letters to Ida have survived.[8] [9]

She became increasingly involved in church life. However, current scholarship feels that she did not actually become a Benedictine Nun, but that she was a "Secular Oblate of the Benedictine Order".[6][1]

Death and burial
Ida died on 13 April 1113, which is the date she is honoured. Traditionally, her burial place has been ascribed to the Monastery of Saint Vaast [6]. However, one author believes that the original burial place was the Monastery of Vast. Her remains were moved in 1669 to Paris and again in 1808 to Bayeux . [1]

Her life story was written by contemporary monk of Saint Vaast Abbey.[6]

She is venerated in Bayeux.[1] 32 36


Fulbert de Falaise and Doda de Falaise




Husband Fulbert de Falaise

            AKA: Fulbert "The Tanner" Thorgilsson
           Born: Abt 978 - Falaise, (Calvados), Normandy, France
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Wife Doda de Falaise

           Born: Abt 980 - Falaise, (Calvados), Normandy, France
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Children
1 F Harlette de Falaise 39 40 41

            AKA: Arlotte de Falaise, Arletta de Falaise, Arlette de Falaise, Herleva de Falaise, Herlve de Falaise
           Born: Abt 1003 - Falaise, (Calvados), Normandy, France
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           Died: Bef 1050
         Buried:  - Grestain Abbey, (Eure), Normandy, France
         Spouse: Herluin de Conteville Viscount of Conteville, Count of Crespon (Abt 1001-Abt 1066) 42 43 44
           Marr: Abt 1031 - Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
         Spouse: Robert I Duke of Normandy (Abt 1008-1035) 45 46 47 48




Research Notes: Husband - Fulbert de Falaise

Rootsweb? FamilySearch?

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593874670 gives his name as Fulbert Thorgilsson, b. abt 986 in Falaise, Calvados, France.

Nickname: The Tanner
REFN: 3510
a.k.a. Robert

1 NAME Fulbert /De Falaise/ 1 NAME Fulbert /de Falaise/ 2 SOUR S0333203 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 PLAC Falaise,Normandy 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT. 978 2 PLAC Falaise, Normandie 1 BIRT 2DATE ABT. 980 2 PLAC Chaumont, Belgium 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXTDate of Import: Jan 17, 2001

[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 89, 160; Kraentzler 1156, 1264, 1265; AF; A. Roots 121E, 130;The Dukes of Normandy by Onslow; AIS; Fortune's Knave by Mary Lide.
Onslow: He was a Walloon, born at Chaumont near Liege, Belgium. Movedto Falaise and became a wealthy tanner, an occupation of low regard--andhigh smell. He later also became a brewer--a combination not viewedhighly by the public. He also became Chamberlain to Duke Robert after hisdaughter became the duke's mistress. Fulbert and his wife had opposedtheir daughter's relationship with the duke, wanting her to marry someonein her station of life.
AIS: Fulbert of Falaise.
Lide: In her novel she says Fulbert had a son Walter, who helpedWilliam the Bastard escape from the clutches of Ralph de Gace, who hopedto became the Duke of Normandy.


Father: Thorgils STYRBJORNSSON b: Abt 0936
Mother: Sigrid SPRAKLING b: Abt 0961

Marriage 1 Doda UNKNOWN b: Abt 0988 in ,France
Note:
_UID000BD35A30FE634D97B3A139A0C6B5B005EA
2 _PREF Y
Children
Arlotte DE FALAISE b: 1003 in Falaise,Cavados,France
Walter DE FALIASE b: Abt 1014
Reynald DE FALAISE b: Abt 1008 in Croy,Picardy,Flanders
Beatrice DE FALAISE b: Abt 1022 in Leicestershire,England

Sources:

Author: Mark Willis Ballard
Title: GEDCOM File : mwballard.ged
Note:
6928 N. Lakewood Avenue
773-743-6663
mwballard52@yahoo.com
Date: 4 Nov 2003
Title: GEDCOM File : 2134392.ged
Date: 12 Jul 2002


Research Notes: Wife - Doda de Falaise

Rootsweb? FamilySearch? has b. abt 980.

Source http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593875525 has b. abt 988 in France. From that source:

REFN: 4363
1 NAME /Dode/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17,2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT. 980 2 PLAC of, Falaise, France 2 SOUR S0333203 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: RC 89, 160; Kraentzler 1264, 1265. RC calls her a concubine.


Marriage 1 Fulbert THORGILSSON b: Abt 0986 in Falaise,Calvados,France
Note:
_UID000BD35A30FE634D97B3A139A0C6B5B005EA
2 _PREF Y
Children
Arlotte DE FALAISE b: 1003 in Falaise,Cavados,France
Walter DE FALIASE b: Abt 1014
Reynald DE FALAISE b: Abt 1008 in Croy,Picardy,Flanders
Beatrice DE FALAISE b: Abt 1022 in Leicestershire,England

Sources:

Title: GEDCOM File : 2134392.ged
Date: 12 Jul 2002
Author: Mark Willis Ballard
Title: GEDCOM File : mwballard.ged
Note:
6928 N. Lakewood Avenue
773-743-6663
mwballard52@yahoo.com
Date: 4 Nov 2003


Birth Notes: Child - Harlette de Falaise

Citing the Royal Genealogies Website, thepeerage.com has b. abt 1012. Wikipedia (Herleva) has abt 1003.


Burial Notes: Child - Harlette de Falaise

Abbaye Notre-Dame de Grestain
From Wikipedia (Herleva):
According to Robert of Torigni , Herleva was buried at the abbey of Grestain, which was founded by Herluin and their son Robert around 1050. This would put Herleva in her forties around the time of her death. However, David C. Douglas suggests that Herleva probably died before Herluin founded the abbey because her name does not appear on the list of benefactors, whereas the name of Herluin's second wife, Fredesendis, does.


Research Notes: Child - Harlette de Falaise

Mother of William I of England (William the Conqueror).

Source http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593882938 has b. 1003 in Falaise, Cavados, France. From that source:
Her son William I, King of England was illegitimate. aka (Herleve)

1 NAME Harlette /De Falaise/ 1 NAME Herleve (Arlette) /de Falaise/ 2SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATEABT. 1003 2 PLAC Falaise, Normandie 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT. 1003 2 PLAC ofFalais, Calvados, France 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import:Jan 17, 2001

[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: A. Roots 121E, 130; RC 89, 160; Coe; Kraentzler 1156, 1163,1179, 1241, 1264, 1265, 1309, 1342, 1350, 1383; AIS; Davis; Ayers, p648.
Roots: Arlette (or Herleve/Herleva).
Coe: Arlette. AIS: Narlette of Falaise.
K: Harlette de Falaise.
Davis: Herleve, daughter of Fulbert, a tanner of Falaise.


Father: Fulbert THORGILSSON b: Abt 0986 in Falaise,Calvados,France
Mother: Doda UNKNOWN b: Abt 0988 in ,France

Marriage 1 Herluin DE CONTEVILLE b: Abt 1001 in Conteville,Seine Maritime,France
Note:
_UIDE180A329BD15BA45BDEC96201555521E3798
2 _PREF Y
Children
Odo UNKNOWN b: Abt 1030 in Conteville,Seine Maritime,France
Emma DE CONTEVILLE b: Abt 1033 in ,France
Robert DE CONTEVILLE b: 1037 in of Conteville, Seine Maritime, France
Muriel DE CONTEVILLE b: 1042 in Of Conteville,Normandy,France

Marriage 2 Robert I UNKNOWN b: Abt 1003 in ,Normandy,France
Married: Abt 1023 in not married 3
Note:
_UID2FB1974BB9DEBD4BBFE274FEEECDAECEABB8
2 _PREF Y
Children
William I UNKNOWN b: 14 Oct 1027 in Falaise Castle,Normandy,France
Adelaide UNKNOWN b: 1030 in Falais,Calvados,France
Ralph UNKNOWN b: Abt 1033 in ,, France

Sources:

Title: GEDCOM File : 2134392.ged
Date: 12 Jul 2002
Author: Mark Willis Ballard
Title: GEDCOM File : mwballard.ged
Note:
6928 N. Lakewood Avenue
773-743-6663
mwballard52@yahoo.com
Date: 4 Nov 2003
Title: De La Pole.FTW
Note:
Source Media Type: Other
Repository:
Name: Not Given 39 40 41



Domnall Brecc King of Dl Riata




Husband Domnall Brecc King of Dl Riata

           Born: Bef 602
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 642 - Strathcarron, Highland, Scotland
         Buried: 


         Father: Eochaid Buide King of Dl Riata (      -Abt 0630)
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


Children
1 M Domangart mac Domnaill King in Dl Riata 49 50

            AKA: Dongart
           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 673
         Buried: 




Death Notes: Husband - Domnall Brecc King of Dl Riata

Killed at the battle of Strathcarron, prob. about 642 A.D.


Research Notes: Husband - Domnall Brecc King of Dl Riata

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 170-7. "He is apparently the last king of Dalriada known to early Welsh tradition."

From Wikipedia - Domnall Brecc :

Domnall Brecc (Donald the Freckled) (d. 642 in Strathcarron ) was king of Dl Riata , in modern Scotland , from about 629 until 642. He was the son of Eochaid Buide .
He first appears in 622, when the Annals of Tigernach report his presence at the battle of Cend Delgthen (probably in Meath ) as an ally of Conall Guthbinn of Clann Cholmin . This is the only battle known where Domnall Brecc fought on the winning side.
Domnall suffered four defeats after he broke Dl Riata's alliance with the Cenl Conaill clan of the U Nill . In Ireland , Domnall and his ally Congal Cech of the Dl nAraidi were defeated by Domnall mac edo of the Cenl Conaill , the High King of Ireland , at the Battle of Mag Rath (Moira, County Down ) in 637. He also lost to the Picts in 635 and 638 and lastly to Eugein I of Alt Clut at Strathcarron in 642, where he was killed.

...Domnall's son Domangart mac Domnaill was later to be king of Dl Riata and from him the later kings of the Cenl nGabrin were descended. A second son, Cathasach, died c. 650, and a grandson of Domnall, also called Cathasach, died c. 688.

References
Anderson, Alan Orr , Early Sources of Scottish History A.D 500-1286, volume 1. Reprinted with corrections. Paul Watkins, Stamford, 1990. ISBN 1-871615-03-8


Research Notes: Child - Domangart mac Domnaill King in Dl Riata

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 170-8, did not reign.

From Wikipedia - Domangart mac Domnaill :

Domangart mac Domnaill (died 673) was a king in Dl Riata (modern western Scotland ) and the son of Domnall Brecc . It is not clear whether he was over-king of Dl Riata or king of the Cenl nGabrin .
Domangart is not listed by the Duan Albanach but is included in other sources, such as genealogies of William the Lion , and that of Causantn mac Cuiln found with the Senchus fer n-Alban . In these genealogies he is noted as the father of Eochaid mac Domangairt .
The Annals of Ulster for 673 report: "The killing of Domangart, son of Domnall Brecc, the king of Dl Riata." Some king-lists state that in his time the Cenl Comgaill separated from the Cenl nGabrin.
It is not clear who succeeded Domangart as king of Dl Riata, if he was such, or as king of the Cenl nGabrin. Known kings after Domangart include Mel Din mac Conaill and Domnall Donn of the Cenl nGabrin and Ferchar Fota of the Cenl Loairn is assigned a long reign of 21 years by the Duan Albanach and other king-lists, and this would place the beginning of his rule close to the death of Domangart.

References
Anderson, Alan Orr , Early Sources of Scottish History A.D 500-1286, volume 1. Reprinted with corrections. Paul Watkins, Stamford, 1990. ISBN 1-871615-03-8
Bannerman, John, Studies in the History of Dalriada. Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh, 1974. ISBN 0-7011-2040-1
Broun, Dauvit , The Irish Identity of the Kingdom of the Scots in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. Boydell, Woodbridge, 1999. ISBN 0-85115-375-5 49 50


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