Keziah Conger

 
 John BelConger
 birt:
deat:
 John Conger 
 birt: 8 Sep 1633
plac: Yarmouth,Norfolk,,England
deat: 27 Aug 1712
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 12 Apr 1666
plac: Newbury,Essex Co.,MA
 
  Elizabeth Belconger Unknown
 birt:
deat:
 Job Conger Sr.|Sr. 
 birt: 9 Jun 1694
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 17 Feb 1758
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1727
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
  Sarah Cawood 
 birt: 1641
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1702
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 Job Conger Jr.|Jr. 
 birt: 1728
plac: Rahway,Union,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1802
plac: Albany,Albany,New York,USA
marr: 1750
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
   Thomas Thorpe
   birt:
deat:
   Joseph Thorp 
   birt: 1667
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 19 Jul 1749
plac: Piscataway,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
    Rebecca Milward
   birt:
deat:
  Mary Keziah Thorp 
 birt: 6 Apr 1706
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1727
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
  Hannah Richards 
 birt: 1676
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1749
plac: Piscataway,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 Keziah Conger 
birt: 1751
plac: Rahway,Union,New Jersey,USA
deat:
 
  John Coddington
  birt: 26 May 1605
plac: Dorking,Surrey,,England
deat: 27 Aug 1655
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1646
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
  John B Coddington  
  birt: 9 Feb 1654
plac: Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts,USA
deat: 28 Apr 1713
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1676
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1 May 1691
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex County,NJ,USA
 
   Emma Coddington
  birt: 9 Feb 1634
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
deat: 26 Sep 1702
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1646
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
  Benjamin Coddington  
  birt: 8 Oct 1680
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 18 Apr 1753
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1701
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
    Richard Gardner
    birt: 1622
plac: Charlestown,Middlesex,MA,USA
deat: 29 May 1698
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,Massachusetts,USA
marr: 18 Oct 1651
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,MA,USA
   Hannah Gardner 
  birt: 17 Jan 1655
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,Massachusetts,USA
deat: 20 Sep 1690
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1676
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
 
   Hannah (Anna) Rolfe
  birt: 1626
plac: Whiteparish,Wiltshire,England,England
deat: 16 Nov 1678
plac: Newbury,Essex,Massachusetts,USA
marr: 18 Oct 1651
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,MA,USA
marr: 1648
 Lydia Coddington  
birt: 1711
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1800/1802
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1750
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr:
 
 Mary Unknown 
birt: 1683
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1722
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1701
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA

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Count of Poitou Guillaume Plantagenet

 
 Count of Anjou Foulques IV 'the Rude'|Fulk IV "The Rude", Count of Anjou 
 birt: 1033
plac: Fleury-sur-Ouche, Pays-de-la-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 14 Apr 1109
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
marr: ABT 1079
plac: , , France
marr: 1070
plac: - annulled 1081
 King of Jerusalem Foulques V 'the Younger' 
 birt: 1089
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 10 Nov 1143
plac: Jerusalem, Palestine
marr: 1129
 
   I , Simon De Montfort* Earl of Leicester|Earl of Leicester
   birt: ABT 1025
plac: Montfort Amaury, Île-de-France, France
deat: 1087
plac: Epernon, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1055
plac: , , France
  Bertrade De Montfort 
 birt: ABT 1059
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
deat:
marr: ABT 1079
plac: , , France
marr: ABT 1089
plac: , , France
marr: 15 May 1092
 
  Agnes d'Evereaux
 birt: 1034
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
deat:
 Count d'Anjou Geoffrey V 'the Fair' Plantagenet 
 birt: 24 Aug 1113
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 7 Sep 1151
plac: Châteaudun, Eure-et-Loire, France
marr: 22 May 1128
plac: Le Mans Cathedral, LeMans, Sarthe, Maine, France
 
   Seigneur de Beaugency I Lancelin
   birt: ABT 1002
plac: Beaugency, Loiret, France
deat: 1060
plac: Beaugency, Loiret, France
   Count of Maine Helias 
   birt: ABT 1060
deat: 11 Jun 1110
plac: LeMans, Sarthe, Maine, France
 
    Paula du Maine
   birt: ABT 1034
deat:
  Countess of Anjou Ermengarde de Maine 
 birt: ABT 1090
plac: LeMans, Sarthe, Maine, France
deat: 1126
plac: Angers, Anjou, France
 
  Agnaes of Aquitaine 
 birt: ABT 1073
plac: Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou, France
deat:
 Count of Poitou Guillaume Plantagenet 
birt: 1136
deat: 30 Jan 1164
plac: Rouen, Seine Maritime, Normandy, France
 
  6th Duke of Normandy Robert II "the Magnificent"
  birt: ABT 1003
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
deat: 22 Jul 1035
plac: Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey
  King of England William 'The Conqueror' 
  birt: 14 Oct 1024
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: 9 Sep 1087
plac: Hermentrube, Near Rouen, France
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
   Herleva Arlette de Falaise
  birt: ABT 1004
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: ABT 1050
plac: Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1028
  King of England Henry I Beauclerc 
  birt: ABT Sep 1068
plac: Selby, Yorkshire, England
deat: 1 Dec 1135
plac: Westminster Palace, London, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England
marr:
 
   Matilda Maud of Flanders 
  birt: 1032
plac: Hainault, Flanders, Belgium
deat: 2 Nov 1083
plac: Caen, Normandy
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
   Princess of France Alix Adaele Capet
  birt: 1009
plac: Arles, Tolouse, France
deat: 8 Jan 1078
plac: Monastaere de l'Order de St. Benoist, Messines, France
marr: ABT 1029
plac: Paris, Seine, France
 Queen of England Matilda the Empress 
birt: 5 Aug 1104
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat: 10 Sep 1167
plac: Abbey of Notre Dame des Pres, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Normandy, France
marr: 22 May 1128
plac: Le Mans Cathedral, LeMans, Sarthe, Maine, France
 
 Princess of Scotland Edith Matilda Caennmor 
birt: ABT 1079
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 1 May 1118
plac: Westminster Palace, London, Middlesex, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England

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King of Scotland David I 'the Saint' Caennmor


Princess of Scotland Clarice
birt: ABT 1115
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat:


< Prince of Scotland Máel Coluim Canmore
birt: ABT 1113
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat:


Hodierna of Scotland
birt: ABT 1117
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat:


< Earl of Huntington Henry Eanric Canmore
birt: ABT 1114
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 12 Jun 1152
plac: Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland

 
 King of Scotland David I 'the Saint' Caennmor 
birt: ABT 1084
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 24 May 1153
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland


Matilda Maud de Huntingdon
marr:
birt: 1072
plac: Huntingdon, Huntingdon, England
deat: 23 Apr 1130
plac: Scone, Perth, Scotland

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David I (1084-1153), king of Scotland (1124-53), son of Malcolm III.When his oldest brother , King Edgar, died, he left the Scottishdomains north of the Forth of Clyde to another brothe r, who becameKing Alexander I, while David inherited southern Scotland with thetitle of ear l of Cumbria. Six years later, David married the daughterof the earl of Northumbria and there by became earl of Huntingdon and avassal of the English crown. In 1124 King Alexander died, a nd Davidbecame king of Scotland. From 1136 to 1138, he tried unsuccessfully tohelp his niec e Matilda secure the English throne. Thereafter Daviddevoted himself to ruling Scotland. He r eplaced the traditionalScottish tribal organization with a feudal one modeled after that ofNo rman England and was noted for the castles he built and themonasteries he founded. Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia © & 1996-97 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. David I of Scotland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia King David I (or Dabíd mac Maíl Choluim; also known as Saint David Ior David I "the Saint") ( 1084 ? May 24, 1153), was King of Scotlandfrom 1124 until his death, and the youngest son o f Malcolm Canmore andof Saint Margaret (sister of Edgar Ætheling). He married Matilda,daughte r and heiress of Waltheof, Earl of Northumbria, in 1113 andthus gained possession of the earl dom of Huntingdon. On the death of King Edgar in 1107, the territories of the Scottishcrown were divided in acco rdance with the terms of his will betweenhis two brothers, Alexander and David. Alexander, to gether with thecrown, received Scotland north of the Rivers Forth and Clyde, Davidthe souther n district with the title of Earl of Cumberland. The deathof Alexander in 1124 gave David pos session of the whole starting on 27April of that year. In 1127, in the character of an English baron, he swore fealty toMatilda as heiress to her fa ther Henry I, and when the usurper Stephenousted her in 1135 David vindicated her cause in ar ms and invaded theKingdom of England. But Stephen marched north with a great army,whereupon D avid made peace. The peace, however, was not kept. Afterthreatening an invasion in 1137, Davi d marched into England in 1138,but sustained a crushing defeat on Cutton Moor in the engageme nt knownas the Battle of the Standard. He returned to Carlisle, and soon afterwards concluded peace. In 1141he joined Matilda in Lon don and accompanied her to Winchester, butafter a narrow escape from capture he returned to S cotland. Henceforthhe remained in his own kingdom and devoted himself to its politicaland ecc lesiastical reorganization. A devoted son of the church, hefounded five bishoprics and many m onasteries. In secular politics heenergetically forwarded the process of feudalization and an glicisationwhich his immediate predecessors had initiated. He died at Carlisle.David I is rec ognised by the Roman Catholic Church as a Saint,although he was never formally canonized. He had two sons, Malcolm (not to be confused with Malcolm IV ofScotland, this Malcolm's nephe w) and Henry and two daughters, Clariciaand Hodierna. Richard Oram's biography In 2004, British historian Richard Oram released the first modernbiography of David I, calle d David I: The King Who Made Scotland, inwhich he argues that David I modernized the Kingdo m of Scotland,formulated a national legal code, introduced native currency, foundedthe main c ities, reformed the church and established monasteries. DrOram says "David was the king who effectively created the kingdom of Scotland aswe would now recognis e it. The man was a complete swine but then youdidn't succeed by being nice in those days. Wa llace and Bruce are seenas the 'liberators', the patriotic heroes who rescued Scotland fromth e tyranny of foreign oppression or so the conventional propagandawould have it. Both were th e subject of epic poems which, whatevertheir historical merit, fixed them eternally in the po pular mind asthe towering personalities of medieval Scotland. David, despite hissuccesses i n projecting Scottish royal power further than any of hispredecessors and extending it more e ffectively than any of hissuccessors before the fifteenth century, did not have a similarprop agandist. In post-Reformation Scotland, he was simply too Catholicfor the taste of some histo rians." Richard Oram's thesis is somewhat controversial. Earlier and latermonarchs of Scots can be cl aimed to have established national legalcodes, cities and established monasteries. David's at tention was oftenfocused southwards, and had Carlisle as one of his main royal seats.


Pvt. James Conger

 
 John BelConger
 birt:
deat:
 John Conger 
 birt: 8 Sep 1633
plac: Yarmouth,Norfolk,,England
deat: 27 Aug 1712
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 12 Apr 1666
plac: Newbury,Essex Co.,MA
 
  Elizabeth Belconger Unknown
 birt:
deat:
 Job Conger Sr.|Sr. 
 birt: 9 Jun 1694
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 17 Feb 1758
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1727
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
  Sarah Cawood 
 birt: 1641
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1702
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 Job Conger Jr.|Jr. 
 birt: 1728
plac: Rahway,Union,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1802
plac: Albany,Albany,New York,USA
marr: 1750
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
   Thomas Thorpe
   birt:
deat:
   Joseph Thorp 
   birt: 1667
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 19 Jul 1749
plac: Piscataway,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
    Rebecca Milward
   birt:
deat:
  Mary Keziah Thorp 
 birt: 6 Apr 1706
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1727
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
  Hannah Richards 
 birt: 1676
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1749
plac: Piscataway,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 Pvt. James Conger 
birt: 11 Jan 1760
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 7 Apr 1827
plac: Niles,Cayuga,New York,USA


Elizabeth Betsey McNabb
marr: 1785
plac: Albany, Albany, New York, USA
birt: 7 Dec 1769
plac: Rahway, Union, New Jersey
deat: 17 Dec 1805
plac: Albany, Albany, New York, USA
 
  John Coddington
  birt: 26 May 1605
plac: Dorking,Surrey,,England
deat: 27 Aug 1655
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1646
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
  John B Coddington  
  birt: 9 Feb 1654
plac: Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts,USA
deat: 28 Apr 1713
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1676
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1 May 1691
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex County,NJ,USA
 
   Emma Coddington
  birt: 9 Feb 1634
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
deat: 26 Sep 1702
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
marr: 1646
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
  Benjamin Coddington  
  birt: 8 Oct 1680
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 18 Apr 1753
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1701
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
 
    Richard Gardner
    birt: 1622
plac: Charlestown,Middlesex,MA,USA
deat: 29 May 1698
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,Massachusetts,USA
marr: 18 Oct 1651
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,MA,USA
   Hannah Gardner 
  birt: 17 Jan 1655
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,Massachusetts,USA
deat: 20 Sep 1690
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1676
plac: Boston,Suffolk,MA,USA
 
   Hannah (Anna) Rolfe
  birt: 1626
plac: Whiteparish,Wiltshire,England,England
deat: 16 Nov 1678
plac: Newbury,Essex,Massachusetts,USA
marr: 18 Oct 1651
plac: Woburn,Middlesex,MA,USA
marr: 1648
 Lydia Coddington  
birt: 1711
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1800/1802
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1750
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr:
 
 Mary Unknown 
birt: 1683
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
deat: 1722
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA
marr: 1701
plac: Woodbridge,Middlesex,New Jersey,USA

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Death: Source online, Find A Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=CONG&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=36&GS cntry=4&GSsr=1121&GRid=86401688& Reuben Conger Birth: May 10, 1756 Rahway Union County New Jersey, USA Death: Apr. 7, 1827 Niles, Cayuga County, New York, USA Saw Revolutionary Service as a private in the 3rd Rensselaerswyck Co. of the 5th Albany Co.Re giment, NY Troops. Per SAR application documents of descendants. Spouse: Magdeline Devoe Conger (1759 - 1823) Children: Benjamin Conger (1787 - 1865)* *Calculated relationship Burial: Twelve Corners Cemetery Niles, Cayuga County, New York, USA Created by: Harvey Bell Record added: Mar 07, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 86401688 Note: Reference letter dated 5 Feb 1945 from Virginia Ford to Walter Hungerford (SH967)--a co py of which was given to me by Walter's grandson Carl Hungerford (SH1491). She lists her find ings regarding her Hungerford line. The pertinent portion of this letter that deals with Elis ha and Keziah says--"Elisha Hungerford married Keziah Conger, born 1752, daughter of Job Cong er." Later in the letter she says: "I have traced the Conger line back to the original John , who came to Woodbridge, NJ in 1667. The DAR refuses to recognize Keziah as a Revolutionar y ancestor because I have no letter or diary to prove her service. Her grandfather was a sold ier in the militia in 1715 (NJ). Her father, Job, moved to Albany County. He was 48 when th e Revolution broke out and had at least eight children, the two oldest being girls. Three son s (aged 20, 17,and 15) enlisted in Capt. Van Wie's Company (5th Van Rensselaerwyck) of the 3r d Albany County Regiment commanded by Col. Philip Schuyler. At the close of the war each ha d seven years of service. Reuben was discharged as a sergeant, Uzzia has a corporal, and Jame s as a private. Each received a grant of land and all 3 removed to Cayuga County. I am sure t heir oldest sister, Keziah, had to shoulder a heavy load of farm work. In all probability sh e helped make uniforms for them, since Congress didn't furnish them. I lack the needed proof . I haven't any proof, either, that her father fought or did not fight in the Revolution. I n 1903 Charles Conger published"Record of the Births, Marriages and Deaths of the Descendant s of John Conger of Woodbridge, NJ." It was printed by Shea Smith, Chicago." She also had a P .S. at the end of her letter.It says: "Miss Amy F. Conger of 55 Union Avenue, N.E., GrandRapi ds 3, Mich. has the Conger genealogy mentioned. She has been helpful. Her ancestor, Uzziah Co nger, was married in 1779 to Mary Hungerford. I think it probable Mary was Elisha's sister bu t have no proof and so she has not claimed descent from Thomas Hungerford, tho she is a membe r of the DAR. Is she entitled to do so? I would write descendants of Keziah Conger Hungerfor d to see if any of them had an old letter or diary proving participation in the war, but I ha ven't names or addresses. Have you any suggestions?"


King of Scotland Alexander I 'the Fierce'


< Aveline Dunkeld
birt: ABT 1112
plac: Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland
deat:


< Earl of Moray and Ross Máel Coluim IV Dunkeld
birt: ABT 1110
plac: Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland
deat: 1157
plac: Roxburn Castle, Morayshire, Scotland

 
 King of Scotland Alexander I 'the Fierce' 
birt: 1078
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 27 Apr 1124
plac: Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland


Sybilla de Normandy
marr:
birt: 1092
plac: Domfront, Normandy, France
deat: 13 Jul 1122
plac: Eilean nam Ban, Loch Tay, Perthshire, Scotland

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Alexander I of Scotland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Alexander I of Scotland or Alaxandair mac Maíl Coluim (modern:Alasdair mac Mhaol Chaluim) (c . 1078 ? 23 April 1124), called "TheFierce", king of Scots, was the fourth son of Máel Colui m macDonnchada by his wife Margaret, grand-niece of Edward the Confessor.He was named in hono ur of Pope Alexander II. Alexander was his unmarried brother Edgar's heir, perhaps throughouthis reign, and certainl y by 1104 when he was the senior layman presentat the examination of the remains of Saint Cut hbert at Durham prior totheir reinterrment. He held lands in Scotland north of the Forth andi n Lothian. On the death of Edgar in 1107 he succeeded to the Scottish crown; but,in accordance with Edga r's instructions, their brother David wasgranted an appanage in southern Scotland. Edgar's wi ll granted Davidthe lands of the former kingdom of Strathclyde or Cumbria, and thiswas appare ntly agreed in advance by Edgar, Alexander, David and theirbrother-in-law Henry I of England . However, in 1113, perhaps atHenry's instigation, and with the support of his Anglo-Norman , Daviddemanded, and received, additional lands in Lothian along the UpperTweed and Teviot. D avid did not receive the title of king, but of"prince of the Cumbrians", and his lands remain ed under Alexander'sfinal authority. The dispute over Upper Tweeddale and Teviotdale does not appear tohave damaged relations betw een Alexander and David, although it wasunpopular in some quarters. A Gaelic poem laments: It's bad what Máel Coluim's son has done, dividing us from Alexander; he causes, like each king's son before, the plunder of stable Alba. The dispute over the eastern marches does not appear to have causedlasting trouble between Al exander and Henry of England. In 1114 hejoined Henry on campaign in Wales against Gruffydd a p Cynan ofGwynedd. Alexander's marriage with Henry's illegitimate daughterSybilla de Normand y may have occurred as early as 1107, or as at lateas 1114. William of Malmesbury's account attacks Sybilla, but the evidenceargues that Alexander and Sy billa were a devoted but childless coupleand Sybilla was of noteworthy piety. Sybilla died i n unrecordedcircumstances at Eilean nam Ban (Kenmore on Loch Tay) in July, 1122and was burie d at Dunfermline Abbey. Alexander did not remarry andWalter Bower wrote that he planned an Au gustinian Priory at the Eileannam Ban dedicated to Sybilla's memory, and he may have taken st eps tohave her venerated. Alexander had at least one illegitimate child, Máel Coluim macAlasdair, who was later to be i nvolved in a revolt against David I inthe 1130s. He was imprisoned at Roxburgh for many year s afterwards,perhaps until his death some time after 1157. Alexander was, like his brothers Edgar and David, a notably piousking. He was responsible fo r foundations at Scone and Inchcolm. Hismother's chaplain and hagiographer Thurgot was name d Bishop of SaintAndrews (or Cell Rígmonaid) in 1107, presumably by Alexander's order.The cas e of Turgot's would-be successor Eadmer shows that Alexander'swishes were not always accepte d by the religious community, perhapsbecause Eadmer had the backing of the Archbishop of Cant erbury, Ralphd'Escures, rather than Thurstan of York. Alexander also patronisedSaint Andrews , granting lands intended for an Augustinian Priory,which may have been the same as that inte nded to honour his wife. For all his religiosity, Alexander was not remembered as a man ofpeace. John of Fordun says o f him: Now the king was a lettered and godly man; very humble and amiabletowards the clerics and reg ulars, but terrible beyond measure to therest of his subjects; a man of large heart, exertin g himself in allthings beyond his strength. He manifested the terrible aspect of his character in his reprisals inthe Mormaerdom of Moray . Andrew of Wyntoun's Orygynale Cronykil ofScotland says that Alexander was holding court a t Invergowrie (byDundee) when he was attacked by "men of the Isles". Walter Bower saysthe at tackers were from Moray and Mearns. Alexander pursued themnorth, to "Stockford" in Ross (nea r Beauly) where he defeated them.This, says Wyntoun, is why he was named the "Fierce". The da ting ofthis is uncertain, as are his enemies' identity. However, in 1116 theAnnals of Ulste r report: "Ladhmann son of Domnall, grandson of theking of Scotland, was killed by the men o f Moray." The king referredto is Alexander's father and Domnall was Alexander's half brother . TheMormaerdom or Kingdom of Moray was ruled by the family of Mac Bethadmac Findláich and Lu lach mac Gille Coemgáin; not overmighty subjects,but a family who had ruled Alba within littl e more than a lifetime.Who the Mormaer or King was at this time is not known, it may havebee n Óengus of Moray or his father, whose name is not known. As forthe Mearns, the only known Mo rmaer of Mearns, Máel Petair, hadmurdered Alexander's half-brother Donnchad mac Maíl Coluim i n 1094. Alexander died in April 1124 at his court at Stirling; his brotherDavid, probably the acknowl edged heir since the death of Sybilla,succeeded him.


Richard Beauclerc

 
 4th Duke of Normandy Richard II "the Good"
 birt: ABT 0958
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 23 Aug 1027
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0977
 6th Duke of Normandy Robert II "the Magnificent" 
 birt: ABT 1003
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
deat: 22 Jul 1035
plac: Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey
 
  Juetta (Judith) de Bretagne
 birt: ABT 0978
plac: Penthiève, Morbihan, Bretagne, France
deat: 16 Jun 1017
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
 King of England William 'The Conqueror' 
 birt: 14 Oct 1024
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: 9 Sep 1087
plac: Hermentrube, Near Rouen, France
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Herleva Arlette de Falaise 
 birt: ABT 1004
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: ABT 1050
plac: Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1028
 King of England Henry I Beauclerc 
 birt: ABT Sep 1068
plac: Selby, Yorkshire, England
deat: 1 Dec 1135
plac: Westminster Palace, London, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England
marr:
 
  Matilda Maud of Flanders 
 birt: 1032
plac: Hainault, Flanders, Belgium
deat: 2 Nov 1083
plac: Caen, Normandy
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Princess of France Alix Adaele Capet 
 birt: 1009
plac: Arles, Tolouse, France
deat: 8 Jan 1078
plac: Monastaere de l'Order de St. Benoist, Messines, France
marr: ABT 1029
plac: Paris, Seine, France
 Richard Beauclerc 
birt: ABT 1105
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat:
 
 Princess of Scotland Edith Matilda Caennmor 
birt: ABT 1079
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 1 May 1118
plac: Westminster Palace, London, Middlesex, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England

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 4th Duke of Normandy Richard II "the Good"
 birt: ABT 0958
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 23 Aug 1027
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0977
 6th Duke of Normandy Robert II "the Magnificent" 
 birt: ABT 1003
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
deat: 22 Jul 1035
plac: Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey
 
  Juetta (Judith) de Bretagne
 birt: ABT 0978
plac: Penthiève, Morbihan, Bretagne, France
deat: 16 Jun 1017
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
 King of England William 'The Conqueror' 
 birt: 14 Oct 1024
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: 9 Sep 1087
plac: Hermentrube, Near Rouen, France
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Herleva Arlette de Falaise 
 birt: ABT 1004
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: ABT 1050
plac: Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1028
 King of England Henry I Beauclerc 
 birt: ABT Sep 1068
plac: Selby, Yorkshire, England
deat: 1 Dec 1135
plac: Westminster Palace, London, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England
marr:
 
  Matilda Maud of Flanders 
 birt: 1032
plac: Hainault, Flanders, Belgium
deat: 2 Nov 1083
plac: Caen, Normandy
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Princess of France Alix Adaele Capet 
 birt: 1009
plac: Arles, Tolouse, France
deat: 8 Jan 1078
plac: Monastaere de l'Order de St. Benoist, Messines, France
marr: ABT 1029
plac: Paris, Seine, France
 Euphamia Beauclerc 
birt: Jul 1101
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat:
 
 Princess of Scotland Edith Matilda Caennmor 
birt: ABT 1079
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 1 May 1118
plac: Westminster Palace, London, Middlesex, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England

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 John Haight, Hoyt Jr.|Jr.
 birt: ABT 1664
plac: East Chester,Westchester Co,NY
deat: 1723/1726
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,NY [now NY]
marr: ABT 1684
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,CT [now NY]
 Daniel Haight 
 birt: 1688
plac: Rye,Westchester Co.,NY
deat: 1778
plac: Yorktown,NY
marr: 1718
 
  Elizabeth Sherwood
 birt:
deat:
marr: ABT 1684
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,CT [now NY]
 Joseph Haight 
 birt: 1719
plac: Yorktown,Westchester Co,NY
deat: 30 Jul 1776
plac: Phillipstown,Putnam Co.,NY
 
   Joseph Norton
   birt:
deat:
  Elizabeth Norton 
 birt:
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marr: 1718
 Beverly Haight 
 birt: 1763
plac: Brinkerhoffville in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York, USA
deat: Western NY
marr: 4 Feb 1789
plac: Putnam County, New York, USA
 
   Daniel Wright|Capt. 
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 Beverly Haight 
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  John Rogers 
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 Charity Rogers 
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A. Hoyt
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 George Greenwood "Gerald" Hoyt
 birt: 16 Apr 1846
plac: Albany,Albany,New York,USA
deat: 4 Dec 1922
plac: Remus,Wheatland Twp,Mecosta,Michigan, USA
marr: 1 May 1870
plac: Muir,Ionia Co.,Mi.
 Earnest "Earnie" Edward Hoyt 
 birt: 30 Mar 1881
plac: Elm Hall,Gratiot Co,Mi.
deat: 12 Feb 1952
plac: Atlas Milling Co. Accident caught in Belt pulleys,Clinton,Mi.
marr: 12 Aug 1902
plac: Burkey (Richfield Center),OH
 
  Elizabeth Adeline "Adelia" Gerould
 birt: 17 Jul 1852
plac: Elmira, Chemung County, New York, USA
deat: 20 Jan 1948
plac: Clinton,Lenawee,MI,USA
marr: 1 May 1870
plac: Muir,Ionia Co.,Mi.
 Earnest Harland Hoyt 
 birt: 18 Sep 1905
plac: Tecumseh,Lenawee Co.,MI
deat: 5 Jul 1969
plac: Waterford,Oakland Co.,MI
 
   Omer "Charles" Tiney
   birt: 20 Jul 1850
plac: Amboy, Fulton County, Ohio, USA
deat: BEF 1897
plac: Fulton County, Ohio, USA
marr: 25 Mar 1873
plac: Fulton County, Ohio, USA
  Emma "Emmo" Winifred Tiney|Emmo 
 birt: 25 Mar 1881
plac: Millbrook,Mecosta Co.,MI
deat: 1960
plac: Clinton,Lenawee Co.,MI
marr: 12 Aug 1902
plac: Burkey (Richfield Center),OH
 
  Ellen "Ella" Shrock
 birt: 26 Aug 1855
plac: Fulton, Fulton, Ohio, USA
deat: 17 Dec 1928
plac: Clinton Corners, Lenawee, Michigan, USA
marr: 25 Mar 1873
plac: Fulton County, Ohio, USA
marr: 29 May 1901
plac: Michigan, USA
 R. D. Hoyt 
 birt:
deat:
 
   Mr. Metz
   birt: New Hampshire, USA
deat:
   Ruben L. Metz 
   birt: ABT 1869
plac: Michigan, USA
deat:
marr: BEF 1903
 
    Mrs. Metz
   birt: New York, USA
deat:
  Marion Geneva Metz 
 birt: 22 Dec 1909
plac: Pontiac,Oakland Co.,MI
deat: 25 Sep 1993
plac: Orion, Oakland, Michigan, USA
 
  Edith D.  
 birt: ABT 1876
plac: Michigan, USA
deat:
marr: BEF 1903
 L. K. Hoyt 
birt:
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Mrs. L. K. Hoyt
marr:
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  George M. Svetkoff 
  birt: 1921
plac: Bulgaria
deat: 1989
plac: Pinellas Cnty, Florida, USA
 C. S. Svetkoff 
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 Frankie Breeze 
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 Frank Moyer 
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 Emma Moyer 
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 Fianna Bartholomew 
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Richard Beauclerc
birt: ABT 1105
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat:


Euphamia Beauclerc
birt: Jul 1101
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat:


Adelaid Beauclerc
birt: 5 Aug 1102
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat:


< Duke of Normandy William the Aetheling
birt: 5 Aug 1103
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat: 25 Nov 1120
plac: Drowned in the English Channel, aboard the "White Ship"
marr: 1119


< Queen of England Matilda the Empress
birt: 5 Aug 1104
plac: Winchester Castle, Hampshire, England
deat: 10 Sep 1167
plac: Abbey of Notre Dame des Pres, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Normandy, France
marr: 22 May 1128
plac: Le Mans Cathedral, LeMans, Sarthe, Maine, France

 
 Princess of Scotland Edith Matilda Caennmor 
birt: ABT 1079
plac: Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
deat: 1 May 1118
plac: Westminster Palace, London, Middlesex, England


King of England Henry I Beauclerc
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England
birt: ABT Sep 1068
plac: Selby, Yorkshire, England
deat: 1 Dec 1135
plac: Westminster Palace, London, England

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Edith of Scotland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edith of Scotland, (c.1080-May 1, 1118) was the first wife of Henry Iof England. She was th e daughter of Malcolm III of Scotland and St.Margaret of Scotland. Robert Curthose had stoo d as godfather at herchristening. The English queen Matilda of Flanders was also present atth e font and may have been her godmother. When she was about six-years-old Edith and her sister, Mary, were sentto Romsey, where thei r aunt Cristina was abbess. During her stay atRomsey and Wilton, Edith was much sought-afte r as a bride; she turneddown proposals from both William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey, andA lan Rufus, Lord of Richmond. Hermann of Tournai even claims thatWilliam Rufus considered marr ying her. She was out of the monastery by1093, when Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, wrote t o the Bishop ofSalisbury ordering that the daughter of the king of Scotland bereturned to th e monastery that she had left. After the death of King William Rufus in August 1100, his brotherHenry quickly seized the roy al treasury and the royal crown. His nexttask was to marry, and Henry's choice fell on Edith . Because Edith hadspent most of her life in a nunnery, there was some controversy overwhethe r or not she had been veiled as a nun and would thus beineligible for marriage. Henry sough t permission for the marriage fromArchbishop Anselm of Canterbury, who returned to England i n September1100 after a long exile. Professing himself unwilling to decide soweighty a matte r on his own, Anselm called a council of bishops inorder to determine the legality of the pro posed marriage. Edithtestified to the archbishop and the assembled bishops of the realmthat s he had never taken holy vows. She insisted that her parents hadsent her and her sister to Eng land for educational purposes, and thather aunt Cristina had veiled her only to protect her " from the lust ofthe Normans". Edith claimed she had pulled the veil off and stamped onit, an d her aunt beat and scolded her most horribly for this. Thecouncil concluded that Edith had n ever been a nun, nor had her parentsintended that she become one, and gave his permission fo r themarriage. Edith and Henry seem to have known one another for some time beforetheir marriage -- Willia m of Malmesbury states that Henry had "longbeen attached" to her, and Orderic Vitalis says th at Henry had "longadored" Edith's character. Through her mother she was descended fromEdmun d II of England and thus Alfred the Great and the old line of thekings of Wessex; this was ve ry important as Henry wanted to help makehimself more popular with the English people and Edi th represented theold English dynasty. In their children the Norman and Anglo-Saxondynastie s would be united. Another benefit of the marriage was thatEngland and Scotland became politi cally closer; three of her brothersserved as kings of Scotland and were unusually loyal to En gland duringthis period. Edith and Henry were married on November 11, 1100 at Westminster Abbeyby Archbishop Anselm o f Canterbury. She was crowned as "Matilda", afashionable Norman name. She and Henry had two c hildren: Matilda, born February 1102 William Adelin, born 1103 She maintained her court primarily at Westminster, but accompanied herhusband in his travel s all across England, and in 1106/1107, Edithprobably visited Normandy with Henry. Her cour t was filled withmusicians and poets; she commissioned a monk, probablyTurgot, to writea biog raphy of her mother, Saint Margaret. She was an active queen,and like her mother was renowne d for her devotion to religion and thepoor. William of Malmesbury describes her as attendin g church barefootat Lent, and washing the feet and kissing the hands of the sick. Shealso adm inistered extensive dower properties and was known as a patronof the arts, especially music . After her death in 1118 she wasremembered by her subjects as "Matilda the Good Queen" and " Matilda ofBlessed Memory", and for a time sainthood was sought for her, thoughshe was never c anonized. Henry married again four years after herdeath.


Elizabeth Beauclerc


< Lord of Galloway Donal Uchtred de Molle
birt: ABT 1126
plac: Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
deat: 22 Sep 1174
plac: Loch Fergus, Perthshire, Scotland


< Berthoc de Molle
birt: ABT 1124
plac: Row Castle, Bedrule, Scotland
deat:


< Earl of Galloway Gille Brigte de Molle
birt: ABT 1128
plac: Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
deat: 1 Jan 1184


Aufrica de Molle
birt: ABT 1120
plac: Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
deat:


< Margaret de Molle
birt: ABT 1130
deat:

 
 4th Duke of Normandy Richard II "the Good"
 birt: ABT 0958
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 23 Aug 1027
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0977
 6th Duke of Normandy Robert II "the Magnificent" 
 birt: ABT 1003
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
deat: 22 Jul 1035
plac: Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey
 
  Juetta (Judith) de Bretagne
 birt: ABT 0978
plac: Penthiève, Morbihan, Bretagne, France
deat: 16 Jun 1017
plac: Rouen, Seine-Inférieure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 0994
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
 King of England William 'The Conqueror' 
 birt: 14 Oct 1024
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: 9 Sep 1087
plac: Hermentrube, Near Rouen, France
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Herleva Arlette de Falaise 
 birt: ABT 1004
plac: Falaise Castle, Calvados, Normandy, France
deat: ABT 1050
plac: Conteville, Eure, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1028
 King of England Henry I Beauclerc 
 birt: ABT Sep 1068
plac: Selby, Yorkshire, England
deat: 1 Dec 1135
plac: Westminster Palace, London, England
marr: 11 Nov 1100
plac: Westminster Abbey, London, England
marr:
 
  Matilda Maud of Flanders 
 birt: 1032
plac: Hainault, Flanders, Belgium
deat: 2 Nov 1083
plac: Caen, Normandy
marr: 1050
plac: Cathedral de Notre Dame d'Eu, Normandy
 
  Princess of France Alix Adaele Capet 
 birt: 1009
plac: Arles, Tolouse, France
deat: 8 Jan 1078
plac: Monastaere de l'Order de St. Benoist, Messines, France
marr: ABT 1029
plac: Paris, Seine, France
 Elizabeth Beauclerc 
birt: ABT 1095
deat:


Lord of Galloway Fergus de Molle
marr:
birt: ABT 1089
plac: Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
deat: 12 May 1166
plac: Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
 
 Sybil Adela Lucy Corbet 
birt: ABT 1070
deat: AFT 1157
plac: Alcester, Warwickshire, England

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Hannah Burroughs

 
 Hannah Burroughs 
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Cornelius I. Haight
marr:
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deat: 8 Sep 1845

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Earl of Worcester Galéran IV de Beaumont


< Count of Meulan Robert de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1129
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat: Oct 1207
plac: Palestine


< Isabel de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1141
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat: 10 May 1220
plac: Craon, Mayenne, France
marr: 1161
plac: Château de Laval, Mayenne, Pays de la Loire, France


Waleran de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1131
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat:


Lord of Gournay-sur-Marne Amaury de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1133
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat: Gournay-sur-Marne, Normandy, France


Viscount of Evreux Roger de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1135
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat:


Raoul de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1137
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat:


Etienne de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1139
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat:


Marie de Beaumont
birt: ABT 1143
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat:

 
 Earl of Worcester Galéran IV de Beaumont 
birt: ABT 1104
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France
deat: 9 Apr 1166
plac: Les Préaux, Eure, Normandy, France


Agnes de Montfort
marr:
birt: ABT 1112
plac: Montfort-sur-Risle, Eure, Normandy, France
deat: 15 Dec 1181
plac: Meulan, Yvelines, Île-de-France, France

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Waleran de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Worcester From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Waleran de Beaumont, Count of Meulan, 1st Earl of Worcester (1104 ? 9April 1166, Preaux), wa s the son of Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl ofLeicester and Elizabeth de Vermandois, and the tw in brother of Robertde Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Leicester. He is not referred to by anysurname i n a contemporary document other than 'Waleran son of CountRobert'. Early life Waleran was born in 1104, the eldest of twin sons of Robert deBeaumont, count of Meulan, wh o was also to become earl of Leicester in1107. On their father's death in June 1118, the boy s came into thewardship of King Henry I of England. They remained in his care tilllate in 112 0 when they were declared adult and allowed to succeed totheir father's lands by a division a lready arranged between the kingand their father before his death. By the arrangement, Walera nsucceeded to the county of Meulan upriver on the Seine from the Normanborder, and the princi pal family Norman honors of Beaumont and PontAudemer. His great possessions included the fore st of Brotonne, whichwas centred on his castle of Vatteville on the left bank of the Seine.A s part of the family arrangement, Waleran also received a largeestate in Dorset centred on th e manor of Sturminster Marshall. Rebellion and Imprisonment Late in 1122 Waleran was drawn into a conspiracy with Amaury deMontfort, count of Evreux, i n support of the claimant to Normandy,William Clito, son of Robert Curthose. The king howeve r detected theconspiracy, and Waleran and his young colleagues were caught unawaresby a preem ptive strike by the king's army against the rebel centre ofMontfort-sur-Risle. Waleran rallie d and based his resistance to theking at his castle of Brionne. In October 1123 he lost his f ortress ofPont Audemer on the Norman coast to a siege, despite calling inmilitary help from h is French relations and allies. After a winter ofraiding, on 25 March 1125, Waleran proceede d to the relief of hiscastle of Vatteville, with his three brothers-in-law, Hugh deChâteauneu f, Hugh de Montfort and William, Lord of Bréval. Thereturning column was intercepted by a for ce of knights and soldiers ofHenry I's household between Bourgtheroulde and Boissy-le-Châtel , theroyal commander being given variously as William de Tancarville or OdoBorleng. The roya l household troops decisively defeated Waleran whenhe attempted a mounted charge at the hea d of his men, shooting theirhorses from under them. Waleran's remaining castles continued tor esist until 16 April 1124 when Waleran was forced by the king toorder his seneschal Morin d u Pin to surrender them. Waleran's landswere seized and he was imprisoned first at Rouen, the n at Bridgnorthin Shropshire and finally at Wallingford Castle. Waleran was released for unknown reasons in 1129. He resumed an activerole at court and he an d his twin brother were both present at Henry'sdeathbed. He was probably involved in the disc ussions of the Normanmagnates in December 1135 as to who should succeed to Normandy andEnglan d. Lieutenant of Normandy The accession of Stephen may have taken him by surprise but he hadalready offered his allegia nce to the new king before Easter 1136. Atthe court he was betrothed to the king's infant dau ghter, Mathila, andreceived the city and county of Worcester as her marriage portion.After Ea ster he went to Normandy taking authority from the king to actas his lieutenant in the duchy . In September he commanded the army ofNorman magnates which repelled the invasion by Geoffre y of Anjou,husband of the Empress Matilda, daughter of Henry I. He was also ableto capture th e chief rebel Roger de Toeni. He remained there until thefollowing spring and then returned t o England. The next year he attended the king on his tour of Normandy, crossedback to England with him a t the end of the year, by which time he wasbeginning to undermine the previous ascendancy a t court of the bishopsof Winchester and Salisbury. He and his family began to monopolisefavou r and patronage at Stephen's court and they alienated the factionheaded by Earl Robert of Glo ucester, who in retaliation adopted thecause of his half-sister, the Empress. In June 1138, W aleran was inNormandy to confront successfully again an invading Angevin army.Waleran used hi s extensive connections at the French court to mobilisea large force of French knights to ass ist him. It was probably in 1138that he received the second title of Earl of Worcester. He fo unded theCistercian abbey of Bordesley at the end of that year to mark hisarrival in the coun ty. The same year his youngest brother Hughreceived the earldom of Bedford and other relation s were similarlyhonoured. Before Easter 1139 Waleran was in Paris on an embassy to his cousin,the new King Louis VII o f France. On his return he was the motivatingforce behind the overthrow of the court factio n headed by thejusticiar, Bishop Roger of Salisbury. The bishop and his family werearrested i n June, and their wealth and many of their possessionsconfiscated. Civil war With the arrival of Robert of Gloucester in England in September 1139,the civil war between S tephen and Mathilda's supporters got under way.One of the first attacks Gloucester sponsore d was an assault onWaleran's English base at Worcester. The city was attacked and sackedo n 7 November 1139. Waleran retaliated savagely against the rebelcentres of Sudeley and Tewkes bury. Waleran was present at the Battle of Lincoln in 1141. He was one ofthe royalist earls who fle d when they saw that the battle was lost.Waleran escaped, but the king was captured and impri soned at Bristol.Waleran fought on for several months, probably basing himself atWorcester, w here he had to deal with the defection of his sheriff,William de Beauchamp. It may have bee n at this time that he seized andfortified the Herefordshire Beacon for the bishop of Herefor dcomplained of his lordship of this castle in 1148. At last late in thesummer of 1141 Walera n gave up the struggle as news reached him thathis Norman lands were being taken over by th e invading Angevin army.He surrendered to the Empress Mathilda, and had to accept herappropri ation of the abbey of Bordesley as it had been founded on aroyal estate. However, once in Nor mandy, Waleran was accepted at thecourt of Geoffrey of Anjou, and his lands in England and No rmandy wereconfirmed to him. His first marriage, to the king's daughter Mathilda,had ended wi th the child's death in London in 1137. Around the end of1142, Waleran married Agnes, daughte r of Amaury de Montfort, count ofEvreux. As a result of the marriage he obtained estates in t he Pays deCaux and the lordship of Gournay-sur-Marne in the Ile de France.Waleran had alread y obtained his mother's marriage portion of thehonor of Elbeuf on the Seine on her death in o r around 1139. Despitethe political reverses on 1141, Waleran was considerably wealthier atth e end of the year than he had been at the beginning. Waleran served with Geoffrey of Anjou at the siege of Rouen in 1143/4.During it he captured a nd burnt the suburb of Emendreville and theChurch of St. Sever, where many of both sexes peri shed in the flames.He consolidated his position as leader of the Norman nobility by aformal t reaty with his cousin Robert du Neubourg, seneschal ofNormandy. However, Waleran seems to hav e turned his mind to the Frenchcourt at this time. In Easter 1146 he was at Vézelay for the p reachingof the Second Crusade and attended the great assembly of magnates atParis from Apri l to June 1147 to meet the pope and Louis VII. On 29June he was joint leader of the Anglo-Nor man crusaders on theirrendezvous with Louis VII at Worms. He accompanied the crusade toSyri a and its unfortunate conclusion before Damascus. He seems to haveleft Palestine before Kin g Louis, taking the sea voyage home. He wasshipwrecked somewhere on his return, perhaps on th e coast of Provence.He promised to build an abbey of Cistercians if he survived the wreck,an d in due course he built the abbey of St Mary de Voto (of the Vow)or Le Valasse in fulfilmen t of his vow. Political Decline Waleran's great influence in Normandy survived till 1151, but the newregime of Duke Henry wa s not sympathetic to him. He made the fatalerror of temporising with the Capetian court and a ssisting thecampaigns of Louis VII, his overlord for Meulan. Though his supportgained Walera n the hugely profitable wardship of the great county ofVermandois during the minority of hi s young cousin Count Ralph II, italso led to his downfall. In the second half of 1153 he wa s ambushedby his nephew and enemy Robert de Montfort, who held him captive whilehis Norman an d English estates were stripped from Waleran by DukeHenry's friends and officers. The earldo m of Worcester was suppressedand his Worcestershire castles destroyed in 1155. Although Waleran was released, his power in Normandy was broken, andan attempt to reclaim Mon tfort-sur-Risle from his nephew was ahumiliating failure. Waleran was an outsider at the cour t of Henry II,and between 1160 and 1162 lost his Norman lands and castles when hesupported Lo uis VII against Henry II. His last years were eked out asa landowner and justice in the duchy . The last notice of hisactivities is a settlement of his affairs relating to his priory ofGo urnay-sur-Marne around the end of 1165. Twenty days before his deathhe entered the abbey of S t Peter of Préaux, the ancestral abbey of hisfamily south of Pont Audemer in Normandy, and di ed as a monk there on9 or 10 April 1166. He was buried in its chapter house alongsidesevera l other members of his dynasty. Aristocrat and humanist Waleran was an important twelfth-century character in ways other thanpolitical. He was a lite rate man educated in the liberal arts andphilosophy. The elegy to him by Stephen de Rouen, mo nk of Bec-Hellouinreveals that he composed Latin verse. In 1142 he tells us that hepersonall y researched the deeds in the archive of Meulan priory beforeconfirming its possessions. Lik e his twin brother, he also seems tohave been an assiduous writer of letters and a number o f them survive.He was also a literary patron, as Geoffrey of Monmouth dedicated theearliest e dition of his History of the Kings of Britain to him in1136. Waleran founded Cistercian abbeys at Bordesley, Worcestershire (1139),and Le Valasse, Normand y (c.1150), though in both cases the abbeyswere taken over by the king. He was a generous pat ron of the twoancestral Benedictine monasteries of Préaux (St Peter for men and StLeger for w omen). He was besides accepted as advocate of the abbey ofBec-Hellouin, and was patron of it s priory at Meulan, founding anotherat Beaumont-le-Roger. He founded a priory a Benedictine p riory atGournay-sur-Marne. He endowed a major hospital at Pont Audemer, whichstill survives. Family and children He married, firstly, Matilda, daughter of King Stephen of England andMatilda of Boulogne, Cou ntess de Boulogne, circa March 1136. She diedin 1137 aged only four. He married, secondly, Ag nes de Montfort,daughter of Amaury III de Montfort, Count of Evreux, and Agnes deGarlande, i n 1141/2. He had children with Agnes de Montfort (the boys as they appear inorder in his 1165 charter t o Gournay priory): Robert de Beaumont, Count of Meulan. Isabel de Beaumont (d. 10 May 1220), married twice: ca 1161 Geoffroy, lord of Mayenne; ca 1170 Maurice II, lord of Craon. Waleran de Meulan Amaury de Meulan, lord of Gournay-sur-Marne. Roger de Meulan or Beaumont, viscount of Evreux. Raoul (Ralph) de Meulan. Etienne (Stephen) de Meulan. Mary de Meulan.


Esther Haight

 
 John Haight, Hoyt Jr.|Jr.
 birt: ABT 1664
plac: East Chester,Westchester Co,NY
deat: 1723/1726
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,NY [now NY]
marr: ABT 1684
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,CT [now NY]
 Daniel Haight 
 birt: 1688
plac: Rye,Westchester Co.,NY
deat: 1778
plac: Yorktown,NY
marr: 1718
 
  Elizabeth Sherwood
 birt:
deat:
marr: ABT 1684
plac: Rye,Westchester Co,CT [now NY]
 Joseph Haight 
 birt: 1719
plac: Yorktown,Westchester Co,NY
deat: 30 Jul 1776
plac: Phillipstown,Putnam Co.,NY
 
   Joseph Norton
   birt:
deat:
  Elizabeth Norton 
 birt:
deat:
marr: 1718
 Beverly Haight 
 birt: 1763
plac: Brinkerhoffville in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York, USA
deat: Western NY
marr: 4 Feb 1789
plac: Putnam County, New York, USA
 
   Daniel Wright|Capt. 
   birt:
deat:
  Hannah Wright 
 birt:
deat:
 Esther Haight 
birt:
deat:
 
  John Rogers 
  birt:
deat:
 Charity Rogers 
birt:
deat:
marr: 4 Feb 1789
plac: Putnam County, New York, USA
 
 Hester  
birt:
deat:

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Bertrade De Montfort


< Ermengardis D' Anjou DUCHESS OF AQUITAINE|DUCHESS OF AQUITAINE
birt: ABT 1090
plac: Of,,Anjou,France
deat: 1 Jun 1146
marr: 1089


Geoffrey IV of Anjou
birt: ABT 1091
plac: Anjou,France (possible)
deat: 1106


Ivo Tallebois of Kendal
birt: ABT 1085
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
deat:


< Ermengarde D'Anjou
birt: ABT 1080
deat:
marr: 1089


Count of Anjou Geoffrey IV Martel
birt: ABT 1087
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 1108
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France


Seigneur de Mantes Philippe Capet
birt: ABT 1093
plac: Melun, Île-de-France, France
deat:


< Fleury Capet
birt: ABT 1095
plac: Melun, Île-de-France, France
deat:


Eustache Capet
birt: ABT 1099
plac: Melun, Île-de-France, France
deat:


< Cecelia Capet
birt: ABT 1099
deat: 1145
plac: Mont-Pelerin Castle, Tripoli, Lebanon


< King of Jerusalem Foulques V 'the Younger'
birt: 1089
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 10 Nov 1143
plac: Jerusalem, Palestine
marr: 1129


< V , King of Jerusalem Foulques* Count of Anjou|Count of Anjou|The Younger Le Jeune
birt: 1092
plac: Anjou,France (possible)
deat: 10 Nov 1143
plac: Jerusalem,Israel
marr: 11 Jul 1110
plac: ,,,France
marr: 1129
plac: ,,,France

 
 Baron of Montfort Guillaume* 
 birt: ABT 0960
plac: Evreux,Normandy,France (possible)
deat: 1003
 Seigneur Amauri De Montfort*|Amaury 
 birt: ABT 1000
plac: Evreux,Normandy,France (possible)
deat: AFT 4 Feb 1030/1031
marr: ABT 1022
plac: Of,,Ile De France,France
 
  ?* 
 birt: ABT 0969
plac: Evreux,Normandy,France (possible)
deat:
 I , Simon De Montfort* Earl of Leicester|Earl of Leicester 
 birt: ABT 1025
plac: Montfort Amaury, Île-de-France, France
deat: 1087
plac: Epernon, Normandy, France
marr: ABT 1055
plac: , , France
 
   Guillaume De Gometz* 
   birt: Ile De France,France (possible)
deat:
  Bertrade De Gometz 
 birt: ABT 1001
plac: Ile De France, France
deat:
marr: ABT 1022
plac: Of,,Ile De France,France
 
  ?* 
 birt:
deat:
 Bertrade De Montfort 
birt: ABT 1059
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
deat:


Count of Anjou Foulques IV 'the Rude'|Fulk IV "The Rude", Count of Anjou
marr: ABT 1079
plac: , , France
birt: 1033
plac: Fleury-sur-Ouche, Pays-de-la-Loire, Anjou, France
deat: 14 Apr 1109
plac: Château d'Angers, Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France


IV , Count of Anjou Foulques* IV|IV|Rechin
marr: ABT 1089
plac: , , France
birt: 1043
plac: Anjou,France (possible)
deat: 14 Apr 1109
plac: Anjou,France (possible)


King of France Philippe I Capet "the Fair"|"the Fair"
marr: 15 May 1092
birt: 23 May 1052
plac: Reims, Champagne, France
deat: 29 Jul 1108
plac: Melun, Île-de-France, France
 
  3rd Duke of Normandy Richard* I "the Fearless"|I "the Fearless"
  birt: 28 Aug 0933
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 20 Nov 0996
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: 0956
marr: 0962
plac: , , France
  Robert De Normandie* Archbishop of Rouen , Count of Evereaux|Archbishop of Rouen , Count of Evereaux 
  birt: ABT 0965
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 1037
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
 
   Princess of France Emma
  birt: 0943
plac: Paris, Île-de-France, France
deat: 19 Mar 0969
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: 0956
  Count d'Evereaux Richard d'Evereaux 
  birt: ABT 0986
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
deat: 1067
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
 
   Herleve Gunnois De Nogent-le-Retrou 
  birt: ABT 0968
plac: Nogent-le-Retrou, Normandy, France
deat:
 Agnes d'Evereaux 
birt: 1034
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France
deat:
 
 Comtesse de Barcelona Adela Borrel 
birt: ABT 1004
deat: ABT 1034
plac: Evereaux, Eure, Normandy, France

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Princess of France Constance Capet


< Prince of Antioch Bohemond II Guiscard
birt: 1107
deat: 1131
marr:

 
 Hugh , King of France Capet*|Capet
 birt: ABT 0939
plac: Paris,Isle De France (possible)
deat: 24 Oct 0996
plac: Paris,Isle De France (possible)
marr: 0968
 II , King of France Robert* KING OF FRANCE|KING OF FRANCE|The Pious 
 birt: 27 Mar 0972
plac: Orléans,France
deat: 20 Jul 1031
plac: Melun,France
marr: BEF Apr 0988
plac: France
marr: BEF 1 Apr 0988
marr: 1000
plac: ,,,France
 
  Princess of Aquitaine Adélaïde*
 birt: ABT 0952
plac: Germany (possible)
deat: 1004
marr: 0968
 I , King of France Henri* KING OF FRANCE|KING OF FRANCE 
 birt: 1008
plac: Reims,Champagne,France (possible)
deat: 4 Aug 1060
plac: Vitry,Brie,France
marr: 29 Jan 1043
plac: Rheims, France
 
   Guillaume III, Count of Toulouse Taillefer* COUNT OF TOULOUSE|COUNT OF TOULOUSE
   birt: ABT 0947
plac: Toulouse,France
deat: Sep 1037
marr: ABT 0973
plac: ,,,France
  Constance , Queen of France De Toulouse* Queen of France|Queen of France 
 birt: ABT 0986
plac: Toulouse,France (possible)
deat: 25 Jul 1032
plac: Melun,France
marr: 1000
plac: ,,,France
 
  Arsinde , Countess of Toulouse De Anjou* COUNTESS OF TOULOUSE|COUNTESS OF TOULOUSE|Blanche
 birt: ABT 0945
plac: Anjou,France (possible)
deat:
marr: ABT 0973
plac: ,,,France
 King of France Philippe I Capet "the Fair"|"the Fair" 
 birt: 23 May 1052
plac: Reims, Champagne, France
deat: 29 Jul 1108
plac: Melun, Île-de-France, France
marr: 1072
marr: 15 May 1092
 
   I , Grand Duke of Kiev Vladimir* Saint|Saint|The Great, The Sunny
   birt: ABT 0960
plac: Kiev,Ukraine
deat: 15 Jul 1015
plac: Berestovo,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: Kherson,Kherson,Ukraine
marr: ABT 0976
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: ABT 0977
plac: Polotsk,Polotsk,Byelorussia (possible)
marr: ABT 0977
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: 0980
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: BEF 0982
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: BEF 0983
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: ABT 0987
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
marr: ABT 1013
plac: Of Kiev,Kiev,Ukraine
   I , Grand Duke of Kiev Yaroslav*|The Wise 
   birt: 0980
plac: Kiev,Ukraine (possible)
deat: 20 Feb 1053/1054
plac: Kiev,Ukraine (possible)
marr: 1019
plac: Uppsala,Uppsala,Sweden (possible)
 
    Princess of Polotsk Rogneda*
   birt: ABT 0962
plac: Polotsk,Byelorussia (possible)
deat: 1002
marr: ABT 0977
plac: Polotsk,Polotsk,Byelorussia (possible)
  Anna Agnesa , Grand Duchess of Kiev Yaroslavna* QUEEN OF FRANCE|QUEEN OF FRANCE 
 birt: 1036
plac: Kiev,Ukraine (possible)
deat: France
marr: 1045
marr: 1061
marr: 29 Jan 1043
plac: Rheims, France
 
   Olaf III, King of Sweden Eriksson*|The Lap-King Skotkonung
   birt: ABT 0950
plac: Sweden
deat: 1025
plac: (Died In Winter)
marr: ABT 0999
plac: Uppsala,Uppsala,Sweden (possible)
  Ingrid , Princess of Sweden Olafsdotter* 
 birt: ABT 1001
plac: Uppsala,Sweden (possible)
deat: 10 Feb 1049/1050
plac: Kiev,Ukraine
marr: 1019
plac: Uppsala,Uppsala,Sweden (possible)
 
  Queen of Sweden Astrid*|Obotrites Inegrid
 birt: ABT 0979
plac: Sweden
deat:
marr: ABT 0999
plac: Uppsala,Uppsala,Sweden (possible)
 Princess of France Constance Capet 
birt: ABT 1086
deat:


Prince of Antioch Bohemond I Guiscard
marr:
birt: ABT 1058
plac: Apulia, Cala, Italy
deat: 1111
plac: Canossa, Apulia, Italy


Comte de Champagne I Hugues
marr: 1093
birt: ABT 1074
plac: Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Touraine, France
deat: 1126
plac: Troyes, Aube, Champagne, France
 
  Count of Holland & Westfriesland Arnulf*
  birt: 0961
plac: Gand,Flandre Orientale,Belgium (possible)
deat: 18 Sep 0993
plac: Egmond Aan Den Hoef,Noord Holland,Netherlands
marr: BET. MAY - AUG 980
  III , Count of Holland & West Friesland Dirk* 
  birt: ABT 0981
plac: Gand,Flandre-Orientale,Belgium (possible)
deat: 27 May 1039
 
   Countess of Luxembourg Liutgard*
  birt: ABT 0963
plac: Bruxelles,Brabant,Belgium (possible)
deat: AFT 14 May 0995
marr: BET. MAY - AUG 980
  I , Count of Holland Floris* 
  birt: ABT 1017
plac: Vlaardingen,Zuid-Holland,Netherlands (possible)
deat: 28 Jun 1061
plac: (murdered-near) Nederhemert,Gelderland,Netherlands
marr: ABT 1050
 
   Princess of Saxony Otelhild* 
  birt: 0985
plac: Schweinfurt,Unterfranken,Bavaria (possible)
deat: 9 Mar 1043/1044
 Countess of Holland Bertha* QUEEN OF FRANCE|QUEEN OF FRANCE 
birt: ABT 1054
plac: Vlaardingen,Zuid-Holland,Netherlands (possible)
deat: Montreuil-sur-Loire,France
marr: 1072
 
  I , Duke of Saxony Bernard*|Benno
  birt: Saxony (possible)
deat: 9 Feb 1010/1011
  II , Duke of Saxony Bernard* 
  birt: Saxony (possible)
deat: 29 Jun 1059
marr: ABT 1020
 
   Countess of Stade Hildegarde*
  birt: Stade,Hannover,Germany
deat: 3 Oct 1011
 Princess of Saxony Gertrud* 
birt: ABT 1028
plac: Schweinfurt,Unterfranken,Bavaria (possible)
deat: 4 Aug 1113
marr: ABT 1050
marr: 1063
 
  Margrave of Nordgau & Schweinfurth Heinrich*
  birt: ABT 0950
plac: Schweinfurth,Unterfranken,Bavaria (possible)
deat: 18 Sep 1017
marr: ABT 1003
plac: Of,Kinzigaw,Schwaben,Bavaria
 Margravine of Schweinfurt Eilika* 
birt: ABT 1005
plac: Schweinfurt,Unterfranken,Bavaria (possible)
deat: 1059
marr: ABT 1020
 
 Countess of Swabia Gerberga*
birt: Schwaben,Bavaria (possible)
deat:
marr: ABT 1003
plac: Of,Kinzigaw,Schwaben,Bavaria

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Esther Hill


Esther Lapham Hoyt
birt: Mar 1890
plac: , , New York, USA
deat: 1945

 
 Esther Hill 
birt: 13 May 1865
plac: New York, USA
deat: 1946


William "Willie" B. Hoyt
marr:
birt: 20 Apr 1858
plac: E. Aurora,Erie Co.,NY
deat:

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Count de Blois and Troyes II Stephen


< Comte D' Aumale III Eudes
birt: 1026
deat: 1096
plac: Aumale, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France

 
 Count of Blois II Eudes 
 birt: ABT 0980
plac: Blois, France
deat: 15 Nov 1037
plac: Lorraine
 Count de Blois and Troyes II Stephen 
birt: ABT 1006
plac: Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Touraine, France
deat: 1047
plac: Troyes, Aube, Champagne, France


Adele d' Aumale
marr:
birt: ABT 1010
deat:
 
  Rollo Rognvaldsson* Duke of Normandy|Duke of Normandy
  birt: ABT 0846
plac: Maer,Nord-Trondelag,Norway (possible)
deat: ABT 0931
plac: Notre Dame,Rouen,Nornandie,Neustria (possible)
marr: 0891
marr: 0912
plac: ,,,France
  Guillaume I Duke of Normandy*|Longue Epee, Long Sword 
  birt: ABT 0900
plac: Normandie,Neustria (possible)
deat: 17 Dec 0942
plac: France
marr: ABT 0932
plac: Of,Normandy,France
 
   Poppa Duchess of Normandy*
  birt: ABT 0872
plac: Evreux,Neustria (possible)
deat:
marr: 0891
  3rd Duke of Normandy Richard* I "the Fearless"|I "the Fearless" 
  birt: 28 Aug 0933
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
deat: 20 Nov 0996
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: 0956
marr: 0962
plac: , , France
 
    Count of Senlis Hubert*
    birt: ABT 0880
plac: Bretagne,France (possible)
deat:
marr: 0873
   Sprote De Bretagne* 
  birt: ABT 0911
plac: Bretagne,France
deat:
marr: ABT 0932
plac: Of,Normandy,France
 
   ?*
  birt: ABT 0890
plac: Bretagne,Brittany,France (possible)
deat:
marr: 0873
 Matilda De Normandy 
birt: ABT 0982
deat: ABT 1017
plac: Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Touraine, France
 
  Herbastus De Crepon* 
  birt: ABT 0911
plac: Normandy,France (possible)
deat:
 Gunnora de Crépon Duchess of Normandy|Duchess of Normandy 
birt: ABT 0936
deat: 1031
plac: Fecamp, Normandy, France
marr: 0962
plac: , , France
 
 ?* 
birt: ABT 0916
plac: Normandy,France (possible)
deat:

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John Olmstead


John Olmsted
birt: ABT 1677
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN


< Daniel Olmstead
birt: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN
plac: ,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
marr: 9 May 1711
plac: Ridgefield,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Mary Olmsted
birt: 1675
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN
plac: RAC,Rowayton,Connecticut
marr: 9 May 1694
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Jane Olmsted
birt: 1677
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: 1700
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
marr: ABT 1700
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Sarah Olmstead
birt: 1679
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN
marr: 5 Jun 1696
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Rebecca Olmsted
birt: 1681
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: AFT 1751
plac: South Salem,Lewisboro,Weschester Co.,NY
marr: 1701
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Eunice Olmstead
birt: 1687
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN
marr: 1713
plac:


< Elizabeth Olmsted
birt: 1690
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: Ridgefield,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
marr: 14 Jun 1710
plac: Ridgefield,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


< Richard Olmstead
birt: 1692
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: 16 Oct 1776
plac: Ridgefield,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
marr: 22 Apr 1714
plac: Ridgefield,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


Deborah Olmsted
birt: 1693
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN


Abigail Olmsted
birt: 1696
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN


< Anna Olmsted
birt: 1698
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
deat: UNKNOWN
marr: ABT 1720

 
 James Olmstead
 birt: 1520
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
deat: 1553
plac: ,,England
marr: 1549
plac: Great Waltham,Essex,England
 James Olmstead 
 birt: ABT 1550
plac: Great Waltham,Essex,England
deat:
marr: 12 Aug 1576
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
 
  Alice Hawkyns
 birt: 1522
plac: Great Waltham,Essex,England
deat: BEF 2 Aug 1553
plac: Great Waltham,Essex,England
marr: 1549
plac: Great Waltham,Essex,England
 Richard Olmstead 
 birt:
deat: 16 Nov 1641
plac: Fairstead,Essex,England
marr: BEF 1607
plac: ,probably Essex,England
marr: ABT 1611
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
 
  Joyse Bristow 
 birt: ABT 1554
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
deat: 2 Dec 1595
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
marr: 12 Aug 1576
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
marr: BEF 1607
plac: ,probably Essex,England
 Richard Olmstead 
 birt: 20 Feb 1611/1612
plac: Fairsted,Essex,England
deat: 20 Apr 1687
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
marr: 1647
plac: Hartford,Hartford County,Connecticut
 
   Slany 
   birt: ABT 1559
plac:
deat: Y
  Frances Slany 
 birt: ABT 1587
plac: Fairsted,Essex,England
deat: BEF 10 Sep 1630
plac: Fairsted,Essex,England
marr: ABT 1611
plac: Great Leighs,Essex,England
 
  Mrs. Slany  
 birt:
deat:
 John Olmstead 
birt: BEF 30 Dec 1649
plac: Hartford,Hartford County,Connecticut
deat: 22 Dec 1704
plac: Hartford,Hartford County,Connecticut


Mary Benedict
marr: 17 Jul 1673
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut
birt: 1650
plac: Southold,Suffolk Co.,New York
deat: 1693
plac: Norwalk,Fairfield Co.,Connecticut


Elizabeth Pardee
marr: 1695
plac:
birt: 10 Jun 1660
plac:
deat: AFT 1705
 
  John Hawes 
  birt:
deat: Y
 Elizabeth Hawes 
birt: ,Essex,England
deat: ABT 1672
plac:
marr: 1647
plac: Hartford,Hartford County,Connecticut
 
 Elizabeth Gale 
birt:
deat: Y

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2 SOUR S28928 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: May 9, 2002 [Olmsted05-07-02.GED] Died young. Lieut. John Olmsted bap. at Hartford, Conn., Dec. 30, 1649 ; inventorydated Dec. 22, 1704-5 ; estate distributed Apr . 17, 1705; m. (1) prob.Nov. 11, 1670, Mary Benedict; dau . of Thoma s and Mary (Bridgum)Benedict, of (prob.) Southol d, Long Island , N.Y.; (2) Mrs. Elizabeth(Pa rdie) Gregory ; b. June 10, 1660; dau. of George Pardie and widow ofThom as Gregory. Mrs. Eli zabeth Olmsted survived her husband. I n 1673,in "the Estates of Lands and Accommodations o f ye t owne of Norwalk,"John Olmsted is credited with Đ50. In 169 9 he was chosen Selectman , andagain in 1703. Children: (3961) Mary; b. 1675; m. May 9, 1694, at Norwalk, Conn., Th omas Reed;son of John Reed, of Co rnwall and Derby, England. (3961a)John (3962) Jane; b. 1677; m. abt. 1700, Benjamin Wilson, of Nor walk, Conn. (3963)Sarah; b. 1679; m. June 5, 1695 Jonathan Abbott, of N orwalk, Conn. (3964)Rebecca; b. 1681; m. Smauel St. John (3965) Daniel (3966)Richard (3967) Eunice; b. 1687 (3968)Elizabeth; b. at Norwalk, Conn, 1690; m June 14, 1710 , HenryWhitney; b. at Norwalk, Co nn., Feb. 21, 1680-1; d . Apr. 26, 1728; son ofJohn and Elizabeth (Smith) Whiteny . He remove d, among the earlysettlers, to Ridgefield, Conn ., with his brothers-in-law, Richard andDanie l Olmsted. Mr s. Whitney lived to a great age. (3969) Deborah; b. 1693. (3970) Abigail; b. 1696 (3971) Anna; b. 1698; m. abt. 1720 Robert Andrews, of Grass y Plain See also LWPZ-W9, John Olmstead, birth about 1651. Also o n JamesChurchyard GEDCOM. He ha s christening at Norwalk , not Hartford. He hasmarriage 11 Nov 1670, not 17 Jul 16 73? Places of residence: (1649- ) Hartford, Hartford, CT ( - ) Norwalk, Fairfield, CT ( -1704/1705) IGI: OLMSTED, John born 30 Dec 1649 Hartford Twp, Hartford , CT. Parents: Richard OLMSTED/. Batch 7450353, Sheet 0. My ref: Pag e 23. Torrey, Clarence Almon. "New England Marriages Prior to 170 0".Baltimore: Genealogical Publ. Co., 1985. Ref: M 099. p. 544: OLMSTEAD, John (1640-) & 1st wife Mary BENEDIC T; md 17 Jul1673 or 11 Nov 1670; resided Norwalk, CT p. 545: OLMSTED, John (-1704) & 2nd wife Elizabeth (PA RDEE)[GREGORY] (1660-), widow of Thomas; first child born 169 6; residedNorwalk, CT H. K. Olmsted & G. K. Ward. "The Olmsted Family in Americ a". NewYork: De La Mare Printing & Publ., 1912. Reprint, with supplement s, by RalphOlmsted, Evanston, IL, 1979. p. 192: Data on John OLMSTED. Richard /OLMSTED/ (AFN:29T6-WQ) and Unknown Richard /OLMSTEAD/ (AFN:8T8V-VV) and Unknown 2 SOUR S28928 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: May 9, 2002 [Olmsted05-07-02.GED] Died young. Lieut. John Olmsted bap. at Hartford, Conn., Dec. 30, 1649 ; inventorydated Dec. 22, 1704-5 ; estate distributed Apr . 17, 1705; m. (1) prob.Nov. 11, 1670, Mary Benedict; dau . of Thoma s and Mary (Bridgum)Benedict, of (prob.) Southol d, Long Island , N.Y.; (2) Mrs. Elizabeth(Pa rdie) Gregory ; b. June 10, 1660; dau. of George Pardie and widow ofThom as Gregory. Mrs. Eli zabeth Olmsted survived her husband. I n 1673,in "the Estates of Lands and Accommodations o f ye t owne of Norwalk,"John Olmsted is credited with Đ50. In 169 9 he was chosen Selectman , andagain in 1703. Children: (3961) Mary; b. 1675; m. May 9, 1694, at Norwalk, Conn., Th omas Reed;son of John Reed, of Co rnwall and Derby, England. (3961a)John (3962) Jane; b. 1677; m. abt. 1700, Benjamin Wilson, of Nor walk, Conn. (3963)Sarah; b. 1679; m. June 5, 1695 Jonathan Abbott, of N orwalk, Conn. (3964)Rebecca; b. 1681; m. Smauel St. John (3965) Daniel (3966)Richard (3967) Eunice; b. 1687 (3968)Elizabeth; b. at Norwalk, Conn, 1690; m June 14, 1710 , HenryWhitney; b. at Norwalk, Co nn., Feb. 21, 1680-1; d . Apr. 26, 1728; son ofJohn and Elizabeth (Smith) Whiteny . He remove d, among the earlysettlers, to Ridgefield, Conn ., with his brothers-in-law, Richard andDanie l Olmsted. Mr s. Whitney lived to a great age. (3969) Deborah; b. 1693. (3970) Abigail; b. 1696 (3971) Anna; b. 1698; m. abt. 1720 Robert Andrews, of Grass y Plain See also LWPZ-W9, John Olmstead, birth about 1651. Also o n JamesChurchyard GEDCOM. He ha s christening at Norwalk , not Hartford. He hasmarriage 11 Nov 1670, not 17 Jul 16 73? Places of residence: (1649- ) Hartford, Hartford, CT ( - ) Norwalk, Fairfield, CT ( -1704/1705) IGI: OLMSTED, John born 30 Dec 1649 Hartford Twp, Hartford , CT. Parents: Richard OLMSTED/. Batch 7450353, Sheet 0. My ref: Pag e 23. Torrey, Clarence Almon. "New England Marriages Prior to 170 0".Baltimore: Genealogical Publ. Co., 1985. Ref: M 099. p. 544: OLMSTEAD, John (1640-) & 1st wife Mary BENEDIC T; md 17 Jul1673 or 11 Nov 1670; resided Norwalk, CT p. 545: OLMSTED, John (-1704) & 2nd wife Elizabeth (PA RDEE)[GREGORY] (1660-), widow of Thomas; first child born 169 6; residedNorwalk, CT H. K. Olmsted & G. K. Ward. "The Olmsted Family in Americ a". NewYork: De La Mare Printing & Publ., 1912. Reprint, with supplement s, by RalphOlmsted, Evanston, IL, 1979. p. 192: Data on John OLMSTED. Richard /OLMSTED/ (AFN:29T6-WQ) and Unknown Richard /OLMSTEAD/ (AFN:8T8V-VV) and Unknown