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The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Odemar IV King of the Franks




Husband Odemar IV King of the Franks 1

           Born:  - <Gallia Lugdunensis (France)>, Gaul
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           Died: 128
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         Father: Richimir I King of the Franks (0070-0114) 2
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1 M Marcomir IV King of the Franks [Legendary] 3 4

            AKA: Markomir IV King of the Franks
           Born: Abt 80 - <Gallia Lugdunensis (France)>, Gaul
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           Died: 149
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         Spouse: Athildis [Legendary] (      -      ) 5 6
           Marr: Abt 103




Odin




Husband Odin 7

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1 M Sigar Odinsson 7

           Born: Abt 625 - <Norway>
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Odoacre Count of Harlebec




Husband Odoacre Count of Harlebec 8 9 10

            AKA: Odacre, Odoacer, Odoscer
           Born: Abt 801 - <Flanders (Belgium)>
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           Died: Between 862 and 864
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         Father: Engelram (Abt 0770-0802) 8 11
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1 M Baldwin I Count of Flanders 8 12 13 14

            AKA: Baldwin "Iron Arm" Count of Flanders, Baldwin I "Bras de Fer" Count of Flanders, Baudouin I Count of Flanders
           Born: Abt 836 - <Flanders (Belgium)>
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           Died: 879 - Flanders (Belgium)
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         Spouse: Judith Princess of France (0844-After 0870) 15 16 17
           Marr: Jan 862 - <Flanders (Belgium)>



Birth Notes: Husband - Odoacre Count of Harlebec

FamilySearch has b. abt 810 in Flanders, Nord Dept, France


Hergrim Arngrimsson and Ogn




Husband Hergrim Arngrimsson 7

           Born: Abt 410 - Norway
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Wife Ogn 7

           Born: Abt 414 - Norway
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1 M Grim Hergrimsson 7

           Born: Abt 428 - Norway
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         Spouse: Bauggerd Starksdatter (Abt 0432-      ) 7




Hroar Halfdansson and Ogne Princess of Northumberland




Husband Hroar Halfdansson 7

           Born: Abt 526 - <Roskilde, Denmark>
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         Father: Halfdan Frodasson (Abt 0503-      ) 18
         Mother: Sigris (      -      ) 18


       Marriage: Abt 546 - Denmark



Wife Ogne Princess of Northumberland 7

           Born: Abt 530 - <Northumberland, England>
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         Father: Norbrii King of Northumberland (0504-      ) 7
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Children
1 M Valdar Hroarsson 7

           Born: Abt 547 - <Denmark>
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Ohthere King in Sweden [Semi-Legendary]




Husband Ohthere King in Sweden [Semi-Legendary] 19 20

            AKA: Ohtere King of Sweden, Ottar Vendelkråka (Vendelcrow) King of Sweden, Óttarr "Vendilkrįka" Egilsson King in Sweden
           Born: Abt 515
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           Died: Abt 530
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         Father: Ongentheow King in Sweden [Semi-legendary] (      -Abt 0515) 20 21
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1 M Eadgils King in Uppsala [Semi-Legendary] 20 22

            AKA: Adhel King of Sweden, Adils Ottarsson King in Uppsala, Ašķsl King of Sweden, Athisl King of Sweden
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           Died: Abt 580
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         Spouse: Yrsa of Saxony [Legendary] (      -      ) 23



Research Notes: Husband - Ohthere King in Sweden [Semi-Legendary]

Semi-legendary king of Sweden, in the house of Ynglings.

From Wikipedia - Ohthere :

Ohthere, Ohtere (the name is sometimes misspelt Ohžere), Óttarr, Óttarr vendilkrįka or Ottar Vendelkråka (Vendelcrow) (ca 515 - ca 530[1]) was a semi-legendary king of Sweden belonging to the house of Scylfings .

His name has been reconstructed as Proto-Norse * or * meaning "feared warrior".[2]

Beowulf
In the Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf the name of Ohthere only appears in constructions referring to his father Ongenžeow (fęder Ohtheres),[3] mother (Onelan modor and Ohtheres),[4] and his sons Eadgils (suna Ohteres,[5] sunu Ohteres[6]) and Eanmund (suna Ohteres).[7]

When Ohthere and his actions are concerned, he is referred to as Ongenžeow's offspring together with his brother Onela . The section deals with Ohthere and Onela pillaging the Geats at the death of their king Hrešel , restarting the Swedish-Geatish wars :

Later, it is implied in the poem that Ohthere has died, because his brother Onela is king. Ohthere's sons Eadgils and Eanmund fled to the Geats and the wars began anew.

Scandinavian sources

Ynglingatal , Ynglinga saga , Ķslendingabók and Historia Norvegiae all present Óttarr as the son of Egill (called Ongenžeow in Beowulf) and as the father of Ašķsl/Ašils/athils/Adils (Eadgils ).

According to the latest source, Ynglinga saga , Óttarr refused to pay tribute to the Danish king Fróši for the help that his father had received. Then Fróši sent two men to collect the tribute, but Óttarr answered that the Swedes had never paid tribute to the Daner and would not begin with him. Fróši then gathered a vast host and looted in Sweden, but the next summer he pillaged in the east. When Óttarr learnt that Fróši was gone, he sailed to Denmark to plunder in return and went into the Limfjord where he pillaged in Vendsyssel . Fróši's jarls Vott and Faste attacked Óttarr in the fjord. The battle was even and many men fell, but the Daner were reinforced by the people in the neighbourhood and so the Swedes lost (a version apparently borrowed from the death of Óttarr's predecessor Jorund ). The Daner put Óttarr's dead corpse on a mound to be devoured by wild beasts, and made a wooden crow that they sent to Sweden with the message that the wooden crow was all that Óttarr was worth. After this, Óttarr was called Vendelcrow.

It is only Snorri who uses the epithet Vendelcrow, whereas the older sources Historia Norvegiae and Ķslendingabók use it for his father Egill . Moreover, it is only in Snorri's work that story of Óttarr's death in Vendsyssel appears, and it is probably his own invention.[1

Historia Norvegię only informs that Ohthere was killed by the Danish brothers Ottar [sic.] and Faste in a Danish province called Vendel.

Ohthere's barrow
Ohthere's barrow (Swedish: Ottarshögen) (60°08'N 17°34'E? / ?60.133°N 17.567°E? / 60.133; 17.567 ) is located in Vendel parish, Uppland , Sweden . The barrow is 5 metres high and 40 metres wide. In the 17th century the barrow was known locally as Ottarshögen.[14]
The barrow was excavated in the period 1914-1916.[14] It showed the remains of both a man and a woman, and the finds were worthy of a king.[15] The Swedish archaeologist Sune Lindqvist[16] reported that in its centre there was a wooden vessel with ashes. There were few finds but they were well-preserved. There were some decorative panels similar to those found in the other Vendel era graves nearby. A comb with a case was found, as well as a golden Roman coin, a solidus , dated to be no later than 477. It had been perforated and was probably used as decoration, but it showed signs of wear and tear and had probably been worn for a longer time. Lindquist stated that the identification of the barrow as that of Ohthere could not receive more archaeological confirmation than those provided by the excavation.


Oilliol King of Leinster




Husband Oilliol King of Leinster 24

           Born: Abt 830 - Leinster, Ireland
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           Died: 869
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         Father: Dunlaing King of Leinster (Abt 0800-0867) 24
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1 M Ugaire King of Leinster 24

           Born: Abt 860 - Leinster, Ireland
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           Died: 915
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Okozok




Husband Okozok (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Attoluk (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Mark Lieb (Abt 1873-Bef 1931) 25




Oliba II Count of Carcassonne




Husband Oliba II Count of Carcassonne 27

           Born: Abt 830 - Carcassonne, (Aude), Languedoc, France
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         Father: Louis Eliganius Count of Carcassonne (Abt 0804-      ) 27
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1 M Alfred Count of Carcassonne 27

           Born: Abt 860 - Carcassonne, (Aude), Languedoc, France
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         Spouse: Adelaide (Abt 0867-      ) 27




Ongentheow King in Sweden [Semi-legendary]




Husband Ongentheow King in Sweden [Semi-legendary] 20 21

            AKA: Egil Aunsson King in Sweden, Egill King of Sweden, Eigil King of Sweden
           Born: 
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           Died: Abt 515
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         Father: Aun "the Old" Jorundsson King in Uppsala [Legendary] (      -      ) 20 28
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1 M Ohthere King in Sweden [Semi-Legendary] 19 20

            AKA: Ohtere King of Sweden, Ottar Vendelkråka (Vendelcrow) King of Sweden, Óttarr "Vendilkrįka" Egilsson King in Sweden
           Born: Abt 515
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           Died: Abt 530
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Research Notes: Husband - Ongentheow King in Sweden [Semi-legendary]

Semi-legendary king of Sweden, in the house of the Scylfings.

From Wikipedia - Ongentheow :

Ongentheow, (Anglo-Saxon Ongenžeow, Ongenžio, Ongendžeow; Swedish Angantyr) (- ca 515) was the name of a semi-legendary Swedish king of the house of Scylfings , who appears in Anglo-Saxon sources. He is generally identified with the Swedish king Egil (also Swedish Egill, Eigil) who appears in Ynglingatal , Historia Norwegiae and in Ynglinga saga .[1][2][3][4]

The names are different and have little etymological connection. Ongenžeow would in Proto-Norse have been *Anganažewaz, whereas Egil would have been *Agilaz. The reason why they are thought to have been the same is that they have the same position in the line of Swedish kings and are described as the fathers of Ohthere and grandfathers of Eadgils . As will be shown below, it can be argued that they are based on the same person and the same events, but not every scholar is open to the historicity of the characters in Beowulf , and in the Norse sagas .

Anglosaxon sources
In the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf Ongentheow is described as a fearsome warrior and it took two warriors Eofor and Wulf Wonreding to take him down.

The epic tells that the Geats under their new king Hęžcyn captured the Swedish queen, but old king Ongenžeow saved her, at a hill fort called Hrefnesholt , although they lost her gold.[5] Ongentheow killed Hęžcyn,[6] and besieged the Geats at Hrefnesholt.[7] The Geats were, however, rescued by Hygelac , Hęžcyn's brother,[8] who arrived the next day with reinforcements.[9] Having lost the battle, but rescued his queen, Ongenžeow and his warriors returned home.[10]

However, the war was not over. Hygelac, the new king of the Geats, attacked the Swedes.[11] The Geatish warriors Eofor and Wulf fought together against the hoary king Ongenžeow.[12] Wulf hit Ongentheow's head with his sword so that the old king bled over his hair, but the king hit back and wounded Wulf.[13] Then, Eofor retaliated by cutting through the Swedish king's shield and through his helmet,[14] giving Ongentheow a death-blow.[15] Eofor took the Swedish king's helmet, sword and breastplate and carried them to Hygelac.[16] When they came home, Eofor and Wulf were richly awarded,[17] and Eofor was given Hygelac's daughter.[18] Because of this battle, Hygelac is referred to as Ongentheow's slayer.[19]

Egil
In Ari Žorgilsson 's Ķslendingabók and in Historia Norwegiae , he was called Egil Vendelcrow (Vendilcraca/Vendilkrįka, a name traditionally given to those living at the royal estate of Vendel in Sweden). Snorri Sturluson , however, gave the name Vendelcrow to Egil's son Ottar (Ohthere ). In these sources, Egil was the son of Aun the Old , and like him, not very warlike. After he had made the thrall Tunni (or Tonne) responsible for the treasury , Tunni rebelled against Egil. They fought eight battles after which Egil fled to Denmark, according to the Ynglinga saga (Ynglingatal does not mention where he fled and Historia Norwegiae does not mention any escape at all). Snorri wrote that Fróši , the Danish king, aided Egil in defeating Tunni, and made Egil a tributary to the Danish king.
Egil was killed by a bull during the sacrifices at Gamla Uppsala .

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

Aukun's son was Egil Vendelkråke, whose own bondman, Tunne, drove him from his kingdom; and though a mere servant he joined in eight civil combats with his master and won supremacy in all of them, but in a ninth he was finally defeated and killed. Shortly afterwards however the monarch was gored and slaughtered by a ferocious bull. The successor to the throne was his son Ottar, [...][25] The even earlier source Ķslendingabók also cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it also gives Egil as the successor of Aunn and the predecessor of Óttarr : xvi Aun inn gamli. xvii Egill Vendilkrįka. xviii Óttarr.[26]

Comments
The two versions seem contradictory, but it has been shown that the two stories may very well describe the same event (Schück H. 1907, Nerman B. 1925), and that Ynglingatal was probably misinterpreted by Snorri due to a different dialectal meaning of the word farra.

If there is any authenticity behind the traditions, the origin of Ynglingatal was most probably a Swedish poem which has not survived (see also Sundquist 2004). In Old Swedish, farra did not mean "bull" but it meant "boar " (cf. English farrow meaning "young pig"). Moreover, in Old Norse Trjóna normally meant a pig's snout (modern Scandinavian tryne). Flęmingr meant "sword" (originally a Flemish sword imported by Vikings).
Moreover, the sword of the snout can hardly refer to the horns of a bull, but it is more natural to interpret it as the tusks of a boar. In English, the lines can be translated as but the giant beast coloured its tusk red on Egil.

In Anglo-Saxon , the name eofor meant "boar" and consequently Ynglingatal could very well relate of Eofor (the boar) killing Egil with kennings for boars. These kennings, sung originally by Swedes, were later misinterpreted by Norwegians and Icelanders as literal expressions due to the different dialectal meanings of farra.

Moreover, according to Schück, the name Tunni which has no meaning in Old Norse should in Proto-Norse have been *Tunža and derived from *Tunžuz. Consequently, it would have been the same word as the Gothic Tunžus which meant "tooth". This would mean that the name of Egil's enemy, actually meant "tooth" and Tunni and the bull/boar would consequently have been the same enemy, i.e. Eofor.

Some scholars have suggested that the name Ongentheow is connected to the Danish king Ongendus, (fl. c. 700) who appears in one sentence of Alcuin 's life of Willibrord .[27][28]



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13. Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 162-16 (Judith).

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16. Wikipedia.org, Judith of Flanders.

17. Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 1-13 (AEthelwulf).

18. Website - Genealogy, http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f51/a0025105.htm.

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20. http://www.familysearch.org, Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

21. Wikipedia.org, Ongentheow. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

22. Wikipedia.org, Eadgils. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

23. Wikipedia.org, Yrsa. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

24. http://www.familysearch.org, Cit. Date: 18 Jul 2009.

25. FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLBF-5KF : accessed 3 October 2019), Mary K Lieb in household of Ahtaluh Lieb, Point Hope, Second Judicial District, Alaska, United States; citing ED. Cit. Date: 2 Oct 2019.

26. FamilySearch Historical Files (www.familysearch.org), "Alaska, Vital Records, 1816-1959," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2MM-14LN : 17 March 2018), Attoulook Lieb, Noatak-Kobuk, Alaska, United States; citing Death, Noatak-Kobuk, Alaska, United States, Alaska Stat. Cit. Date: 2 Oct 2019.

27. http://www.familysearch.org, Cit. Date: 8 Aug 2009.

28. Wikipedia.org, Aun. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.


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3 <i>http://www.familysearch.org</i>, Compact Disc #94 Pin #99034 (submitted by Samuel Taylor "Sam" Geer).

4 <i>http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi</i>. Rec. Date: 25 Aug 2001, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593873359.

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6 <i>http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi</i>. Rec. Date: 25 Aug 2001, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593873360.

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10 Website:, http://library.gramps-project.org/users/tpf/I1912.html.

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12 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Baldwin I, Count of Flanders.

13 Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, <i>Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700</i> (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 162-16 (Judith).

14 <i>http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi</i>. Rec. Date: 25 Aug 2001, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593871946.

15 <i>http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi</i>. Rec. Date: 25 Aug 2001, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3174654&id=I593871945.

16 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Judith of Flanders.

17 Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, <i>Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700</i> (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 1-13 (AEthelwulf).

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19 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Ohthere. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

20 <i>http://www.familysearch.org</i>, Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

21 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Ongentheow. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

22 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Eadgils. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

23 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Yrsa. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.

24 <i>http://www.familysearch.org</i>, Cit. Date: 18 Jul 2009.

25 <i>FamilySearch Historical Files</i> (www.familysearch.org), "United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLBF-5KF : accessed 3 October 2019), Mary K Lieb in household of Ahtaluh Lieb, Point Hope, Second Judicial District, Alaska, United States; citing ED. Cit. Date: 2 Oct 2019.

26 <i>FamilySearch Historical Files</i> (www.familysearch.org), "Alaska, Vital Records, 1816-1959," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2MM-14LN : 17 March 2018), Attoulook Lieb, Noatak-Kobuk, Alaska, United States; citing Death, Noatak-Kobuk, Alaska, United States, Alaska Stat. Cit. Date: 2 Oct 2019.

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28 <i>Wikipedia.org</i>, Aun. Cit. Date: 19 Jul 2009.


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