(I) Charlemagne, Emperor of the West, born A. D. 742, married Hildegarde, third wife, and had
(II) Louis I, King of France, married Judith the Fair, and had
(III) Charles II, King of France, married Ermentrudis, and had
(IV) Louis II, King of France, married Aaheid, and had
(V) Charles III, King of France, married Princess Edgiva, granddaughter of Alfred the Great, King of England, and had
(VI) Louis IV, King of France, married A.D. 939, Princess Gerberga De Saxa, daughter of Henry the Fowler, Emperor of Germany, and had
(VII) Charles, Duke of Lorraine, eldest son, excluded from the trone of France, who married (first) Borrel, daughter of Godfeoi d' Ardenne, and had (VIII) Gerberge, Countess of Lorraine, who married Lambert I, Count of Mons, and had
(IX) Lambert II, Count of Mons, who married Ode, daughter of Gothelon, Count of Lorraine, son of Duke Charles, son of Louis IV, and had
(X) Henry II, Duke of Brabard, married Adela, of Thuringia, and had
(XI) Godfrey I, Duke of Lower Lorraine, Brabard and Lother, married Ida, daughter of Albert III, Count de Nauner; married (second) Sophia, daughter of Henry IV, Emperor of Germany; his daughter (XII) Adelicia, the Fair Maid of Brabard, second wife and widow of Hnery I, King of England, who married (second) William d'Albini, Earl of Sussex and Arundel, and had (XIII) William, second Earl of Arundel, who married Maud St. Hilliaris, widow of Roger de Clare, Earl of Hetford, and had
(XIV) William, third Earl of Arundel and Earl of Sussex, who married Mabel de Meschines, daughter of Hugh de Cybelisk (Wales), fifth Earl of Chester, and had
(XV) Lady Mabel d'Albini, who married Robert de Tattershall, and had (XVI) Emma de Tattershall, who married Osbert de Cailly, son of Adam de Cailly, Lord of Court Manoes, and had (XVII) Sir Hugh de Cailly, Lord of Owby Manor, who married Agnes, daughter of Hamo de Hamsted, and had
(XVIII) Sir William de Cailly, Lord of Owby Manor, who married Catherine, and had (XIX) John de Cailly, Lord of Owby Manor, High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, who married Maud ____, and had (XX) John Cayley, Lord of Normantown, who had
(XXI) William Cayley, Lord of Normantown, who had
(XXII) Jennet Cayley, sole heir, who married John Lake, Lord of Manor of Normantown, and had
(XXIII) John Lake, of Normantown, who married Jane, daughter of Robert Drakes, of Yorkshire, and had (XXIV) John Lake, of Normantown, who had
(XXV) Laucelot Lake, of Normantown, who married Margaret, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Tuisleton, and had
(XXVI) John Lake, of Normantown, who married Catherine, daughter of John Peeke, of Wakefield, and had
(XXVII) Laucelot Lake, of Normantown, who married Emma, daughter of Robert Northend, of Halifax, Yorkshire, and had
(XXVIII) John Lake, of Erby, Lincolnshire, who married Osgarby, and had
(XXIX) Richard Lake, of Erby, who married (second) Anne Morelly, of Claxby, Lincolnshire, and had
(XXX) John Lake of Erby, who married Margaret, daughter of Colonel Edmond Read, of Wickford, Essex, and had
(XXXI) Hannah Lake, who married Captain John Gallup Jr., of Stonington, Connecticut, and had
(XXXII) Nathaniel Gallup Jr., of Stonington, Conn., who married (third) Hannah Burrows, widow of Silas Burrows; her maiden name was Gore; daughter of Samuel Gore, of Roxbury. They had
(XXXIV) Samuel Gallup, who married Enos - and had (XXXV) John Enos Gallup, who married Betsey Chipman, and had children, among whom was
(XXXVI) Elias Gallup, who married Sally Brewster, and had Sarah, see forward; (second), Mrs. Mary Lewis; she survives, and is now Mrs. Moses Lang Copenhagen; Betsey married David Roberts; the only survivor of the family; she has three children living: Mrs. Truman Chickering, Arthur Roberts and Charles Roberts; Elias Chipman married Sarah Jones, who is living in Iowa, and her daughter lives in Oregon.
(XXXVII) Sarah, daughter of Elias Gallup, married John Young, March 11, 1846. John Young was son of Elnathan and Sarah (Cottrell) Young, the former born in Hopkinton, Rhode Island, and the latter in Stonington, Conn.; they were married in Petersburg, Rensselaer county, New York; two children were born there: Lebius and Sarah, born Jan. 6, 1811. In October, 1812, they moved to a farm north of Copenhagen, where nine children were born, among whom were Charlotte Jane, Mary, John, Elmira, Elnathan and Alanson. Elnathan Young was a son of Thomas Young. John and Sarah (Gallup) Young had
(XXXVIII) Helen Charlotte Young, who married C. Bion Arthur, as aforementioned. Children of John and Sarah (Gallup) Young:
1. Charles E., born Sept. 12, 1848.
2. Sarah Elizabeth, born July 31, 1850; died Nov. 4, 1875.
3. John Brewster, born July 19, 1854.
4. Helen Charlotte, born Feb. 16, 1857; see above.
5. J. E., born June 14, 1859.
6. Ada J., born Nov. 8, 1862, died Oct. 14, 1865.
7. Elmira, born Oct. 26, 1864, died Sept. 30, 1865.
8. Manon, born March 25, 1872, died Feb. 12, 1878.
George Bryant Young, son of Charles H. and Esther (Brooks) Young, was born at Trenton, Oneida county, New York, Nov. 5, 1840. He attended the district schools of his native town and the select school at Holland Patent, Oneida county. He learned the trade of carpenter, and in 1860 located in Lewis county, N.Y. for a short time. He soon returned to his native county and engaged in farming. He afterwards came to Martisburg, Lewis county, and settled on the old Pashal place, and followed farming for a score of years. He moved to the village ten years before he died, and retired from active business. Besides his farm he was interested in the commission business.
He was a Republican in politics, and was for years assessor of the town. He was a prominent member of the Presbyterian church, of which his wife has been a member for more than thirty years. He died March 12, 1904.
He married, Dec. 17, 1862, Mary (Peebles) Lee, born at Martinsburg, March 1, 1844, daughter of Charles Shepherd and Susan (Peebles) Lee.
1. Elmer, March 2, 1865, a farmer of Glenfield; married March 29, 1887; children: Mary Leon, Jan. 9, 1890; Gilmore, May, 1897.
2. Charles H., March 29, 1869; a farmer on the homestead; married Annie Riddlespraker; children: Esther Louisa, born Aug. 24, 1896; Susie Amelia, June 8, 1897; George Lloyd, Dec. 20, 1900; Stanley, June 1902.