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Count Of Rennes\ Gurwant7,18,242,243 was born in 840. He died in 877. DATE 4 MAY 2000


TYPE Book
AUTH Stuart, Roderick W.
PERI Royalty for Commoners
EDTN 3d
PUBL Genealogical Publishing co., Inc, Baltimore, MD (1998)
IS B 0-8063-1561-X
TEXT (405-39)
DATE 30 APR 2000

OCCU Count of Rennes 851
S OUR HAWKINS.GED
SOUR COMYNJ.TAF (Compuserve)
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 275 says 876/877;
BRETON.ASC (Compuserve) says 876-8 77
PAGE 15

Children were: Count Of Rennes BERENGER.

Children were: Daughter Of RENNES, Count Of Rennes BERENGER, Orequen De RENNES.


Ct De Ponthieu\ Guy De Ponthieu7,16,17,244 was born in 1036.16 He died on 13 Oct 1100.16

Children were: Agnes DE PONTHIEU.


Gwenthlian\Welthiana7,51 was born about 1320 in (Unknown), Eng. She died before Oct 1375 in (Unknown), Eng.

Spouse: John MALTRAVERS. John MALTRAVERS and Gwenthlian\Welthiana were married about 1340 in (Unknown), Eng. Children were: MALTRAVERS, Eleanor (Cobham) MALTRAVERS.


Gwladus.5,94,209 Parents: RUN.

Spouse: King- Gloucester Athelstan GLODRYDD. Children were: Lord Of Radnor CADWGAN.


[Princess Of England] Gyda Gytha Haraldsdatter \7,233 was born about 1053 in London, Middlesex, England. She died on 5 Feb 1106/7. Name Suffix:<NSFX> [Princess of England]

Ancestral File Number:<AFN>B19S-BC

Parents: King Of England Harold II Godwineson and Ealdgyth OF MERCIA.


Habeline De Baudement.10,213 Parents: Andre De BAUDEMENT and Agnes De BRAINE.


Count Of Orleans Hadrian7,18,26,73,74,245 was born in 752. He died on 15 Feb 824/25. He was also known as Count Of Orleans.
Data Sources:
Brøderbund World Family Tre e #28, Pedigree #236
Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #1725

(718) 469-4 032 Parents: Duke Of Alemania\ Gerold I VINZGAU and Duchess Of Swabia Emma VON SWABIA.

Spouse: Waldrat VON HORNBACH. Count Of Orleans Hadrian and Waldrat VON HORNBACH were married. Children were: Count Of Orleans\ Eudes, Waldrada D'ORLEANS.

Spouse: Countess Of Orleans WALDRAT. Count Of Orleans Hadrian and Countess Of Orleans WALDRAT were married WFT Est 775-818.73,74 Children were: Countess Of Wormsgau WALDRUTH.


Haldan7,202,219,246 was born in 664. He was also known as Goldtooth.

Parents: Mayor Of Palace Ansegisal METZ and Duchess Angise Begga METZ.

Spouse: Princess Of Bertha DE AUSTRASIA. Haldan and Princess Of Bertha DE AUSTRASIA were married. Children were: Solveig HALFDANSDOTTIR.


King Of Denmark\ Halfdan Frodasson7,17,247 was born about 503 in Denmark.162 He died in Denmark.162 He was in King Of Denmark.162
REFN: FTJ#6188 Parents: Frodi FRIDLEIFSSON and HILDA.

Spouse: SIGRIS. King Of Denmark\ Halfdan Frodasson and SIGRIS were married about 523 in Denmark.162 Children were: King Of Denmark\ Ivar Vidfadmi, Hroar ALFDANSSON, Helgi HALFDANSDOTTIR.


Hallie L.3,8 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 56782.

Spouse: Ray C. PATTON. Ray C. PATTON and Hallie L. were married. Reference Number:974566


Hamon III De Massey7,37 was born about 1129 in Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England. He died about 1216 in Dunham Massey, Cheshire, England. Parents: .

Spouse: Agatha De Theray. Hamon III De Massey and Agatha De Theray were married about 1154 in Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England. Children were: Agatha De Massey, Isabell De Massey, Hamo MASSEY IV, Agnes MASSEY.


Haines Hannah3,78 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 27849.

Spouse: Mordecai HAINES. Mordecai HAINES and Haines Hannah were married. Reference Number:530029


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29545.

Spouse: Cephas ATKINSON. Cephas ATKINSON and Hannah were married. Reference Number:553307 Children were: Jane ATKINSON, Margaret ATKINSON, Joseph ATKINSON.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29574.

Spouse: Jacob KIRK. Jacob KIRK and Hannah were married. Reference Number:552481 Children were: Isaac KIRK, Sarah KIRK.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29934.

Spouse: George ALLEN. George ALLEN and Hannah were married. Reference Number:561398 Children were: Lydia ALLEN, Judah ALLEN.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30815.

Spouse: Daniel ROSE. Daniel ROSE and Hannah were married. Reference Number:579919 Children were: Sarah ROSE.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31140.

Spouse: Thomas LEECH. Thomas LEECH and Hannah were married. Reference Number:586538 Children were: Joseph LEECH.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31993.

!(1) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.49-50.

!Marriage to Samuel Richardson: (1) Widow of Samuel Richardson late of Frederick
Co., MD.
Marriage to William Willis: (1) 23 Oct 1770, York, York Co., PA. Signing under
the bridal couple were William Morthland; John and Susanna Willis; Susana
Pufey; Margaret and Hannah Matthews; Joel Willis; George Matthews.

Spouse: Samuel RICHARDSON. Samuel RICHARDSON and Hannah were married. Reference Number:595807

Spouse: William WILLIS. William WILLIS and Hannah were married on 23 Oct 1770 in York, York Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 Reference Number:601480


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32084.

Spouse: Peter COX. Peter COX and Hannah were married. Reference Number:599272


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 33204.

Spouse: Hugh BRADY. Hugh BRADY and Hannah were married. Reference Number:595556 Children were: Mary BRADY, Margaret BRADY.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 43752.

Spouse: Cephas ATKINSON. Cephas ATKINSON and Hannah were married. Reference Number:553308 Children were: Jane ATKINSON, Margaret ATKINSON, Joseph ATKINSON.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 43758.

Spouse: Jacob KIRK. Jacob KIRK and Hannah were married. Reference Number:552482 Children were: Isaac KIRK, Sarah KIRK.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 45668.

Spouse: Daniel ROSE. Daniel ROSE and Hannah were married. Reference Number:580000 Children were: Sarah ROSE.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 45927.

Spouse: Thomas LEECH. Thomas LEECH and Hannah were married. Reference Number:589329 Children were: Joseph LEECH.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 46036.

Spouse: John DAVIS. John DAVIS and Hannah were married. Reference Number:606791 Children were: Elizabeth DAVIS.


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 46072.

!(1) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.49-50.

!Marriage to Samuel Richardson: (1) Widow of Samuel Richardson late of Frederick
Co., MD.
Marriage to William Willis: (1) 23 Oct 1770, York, York Co., PA. Signing under
the bridal couple were William Morthland; John and Susanna Willis; Susana
Pufey; Margaret and Hannah Matthews; Joel Willis; George Matthews.

Spouse: Samuel RICHARDSON. Samuel RICHARDSON and Hannah were married. Reference Number:595808

Spouse: William WILLIS. William WILLIS and Hannah were married on 23 Oct 1770 in York, York Co., PA.2,3 Reference Number:601487


Hannah2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 46423.

Spouse: Hugh BRADY. Hugh BRADY and Hannah were married. Reference Number:595557 Children were: Mary BRADY, Margaret BRADY.


Hannah.4,5

Spouse: Jared NICHOLSON.


Hannah3,39 died on 2 Dec 1751.3,39 She is reference number 2559.

Spouse: John HOSKINS. John HOSKINS and Hannah were married in 1681.3,39 Reference Number:54371 Children were: John HOSKINS.


Hannah2,3 died before Nov 1782.2,3 She is reference number 43751.

!(1) "York County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 18th Century," Vol. 3,
ed. by Marlene Stewart and F. Edward Wright (1991) p.48. Warrington Monthly
Meeting.
(2) "100 Years at Warrington, York County, Pennsylvania Quakers," comp. by
Margaret B. Walmer (Heritage Books) p.96.

Spouse: David CADWALADER. David CADWALADER and Hannah were married. Reference Number:553124 Children were: Mary CADWALADER, Hannah CADWALADER, Abigail CADWALADER, Lydia CADWALADER.


Hannah4,5 was born about 1658.4,5 She is reference number RO5207.

Spouse: Thomas WILLIAMS. Thomas WILLIAMS and Hannah were married in 1678 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut.4,5 Children were: Abigail WILLIAMS, Deborah WILLIAMS, Keziah WILLIAMS, Eunice WILLIAMS, Samuel WILLIAMS, Thomas WILLIAMS.


Hannah4,5 was born about 1737 in Of, , Salem Co., New Jersey.4,5

!Source: Genealogical Dictionary of New Jersey, Vol 20 pg 79-80

Spouse: Benjamin ABIT. Benjamin ABIT and Hannah were married about 1755 in Of, , Salem Co., New Jersey.4,5


Hannah4,5 was born about 1756 in Of, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.4,5 She is reference number HI1415.
!Name (Anne): Thomas String Family Bible; New Jersey Genesis, Vol 16 pg
733,42-3

Spouse: Josiah Albison Or ALBERTSON. Josiah Albison Or ALBERTSON and Hannah were married. Children were: Hannah Albison Or ALBERTSON.


Hannah2,3 was born after 1760.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 46007.

Spouse: Stephen COX. Stephen COX and Hannah were married. Reference Number:808738


Hannah4,5 was born about 1777.4,5 She is reference number LI0215.

Spouse: Benjamin KNOX. Benjamin KNOX and Hannah were married. Children were: Mercy KNOX.


Hannah3,38 was born about 1779 in <, , Ireland>.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 50988. She has Ancestral File Number BR9M-GV.

Spouse: WHIGHT. WHIGHT and Hannah were married. Reference Number:889805 Children were: White.


Hannah3 was born in 1820 in <, Lagrange, Indiana>.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 60568. She has Ancestral File Number 1C0D-SMH.

Spouse: John BOMGARDNER. John BOMGARDNER and Hannah were married in 1845 in Jenner, Somerset, Pn.3 Reference Number:407334 Children were: Eva BAUMGARTEN.


Hannah (Anna)4,5 was born about 1639 in Of Gretton, Northants, England.4,5 She was buried on 12 Nov 1705 in Gretton, Northants, England.4,5 She is reference number BU4104as.

!Burial: Gretton Parish Register

Spouse: Richard SATCHELL. Richard SATCHELL and Hannah (Anna) were married about 1660 in Gretton, Northants, England.4,5 Children were: Richard SATCHELL, Susanna SATCHELL, Thomas SATCHELL, Hanah SATCHELL.


Harald.25,26 Parents: HARALD.

Children were: Queen Of Ringerike Thorny.


King Of Lethra\ Harald Hilditon7,107,108 was born in 700. He died in 770. Parents: King Of Lethra\ Rurick and Auda IVARSDOTTIR.


King Of England Harold II Godwineson7,20,21,32,44,46,47,48,81,157,233,248 was born about 1022 in Wessex, England; Also Of The Isle Of Thanet, Kent, England.20,49,50,81,157,249 He died on 14 Oct 1066 in Battle Of Senlac, Hastings, England.20,50,81,249 He was christened in Also Of, Isle Of Thanet, Kent, England. He was buried in Waltham Abbey, Holy Cross, Essex, England. [Pullen010502.FTW]

Last Anglo-Saxon King of England, reputedly named heir by the duringEdward (his brother-in-law). After becoming King, he crushed thefor ces of his brother Tostig & Harold III Hardraade of Norway, whoclaimed the thro ne, at Stamford Bridge. He was killed in the Battleof Hastings by the army of a successful claimant to the throne,William the Conqueror of Normandy.

REF: British Monarchy Official Website: On Edward's death in 1066, theking's council elected his brother-in-law, Harold Godwinson (Jan-Oct1066), king. In September , Harald of Norway invaded England and wasdefeated by Harold at the Battle of S tamford Bridge near York.Meanwhile, William, Duke of Normandy (whom Harold had acknowledged in1065 as Edward III's successor and who was also related to Edwar d bymarriage) had landed in Sussex. Harold rushed south and on 14 October1066 h is army was defeated near Hastings and Harold was killed.

David Humiston Kel ley's explication of a possible descent of Harold IIfrom Aethelred II appears i n the Festchrift for Charles Evans editedby Neil Thompson. Kelley's paper, whic h is an enlargement of evidencepresented by Lundie W. Barlow in the New Eng. Hi st. & Gen. Register inthe 1950s, shows the descent of land from a son of Aethel red to EarlGodwin, Harold's father. The argument is strong, especially since it is a group of manors that descended together. Bierbrier, however, inthe Genealo gists' Magazine, denies the lineage and indicates thatGodwin received this land as a unit from the Danish conquerors. I havenot seen any contemporary evidence that would take settle thisquestion either way. The key article on the propose d descent of HaroldII from Aethelred I is David H. Kelley, "The House of Aethel red," inLindsay S. Brooke, ed., Studies in Genealogy and Family History inTribu te to Charles Evans on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday_(Association for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy, Ltd.,Occasional Publication No. Two, 1989). As I posted earlier, thedescent of land provides strong evidence for th e descent of HaroldII's father, Earl Godwine, from Aethelred I (not II), but it is alsopossible that the land was expropriated and presented to Godwine andhis possession of it does not indicate genealogical descent.


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Also Known As:<_AKA> Harold Godwinsson /Earl of East Anglia/
Last restored Saxon King of England. Reigned 1066.
Reputedly named heir by Edward (his brother-in-law).
Crushed the forces of his brother Tostig & Harold III Hardraade of Norway.
C Killed in Battle of Ha stings by the army of William the Conqueror of Normandy.
His victory at Stamford Bridge over Tostig & Norwegians was brilliant.
Stamford Bridge was last time Scandinavians ever seriously threatened England.
Ealdorman of East Anglia, s ucceeded his father as Ealdorman of Wessex in 1053.

Last Anglo-Saxon King of England, reputedly named heir by the during Edward (his brother-in-law). After becoming King, he crushed the forces of his brother Tostig & Harold III Hardraade of Norway, who claimed the throne, at Stamfo rd Bridge. He was killed in the Battle of Hastings by the army of a successful claimant to the throne, William the Conqueror of Normandy.

REF: British Mon archy Official Website: On Edward's death in 1066, the king's council elected h is brother-in-law, Harold Godwinson (Jan-Oct 1066), king. In September, Harald of Norway invaded England and was defeated by Harold at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York. Meanwhile, William, Duke of Normandy (whom Harold had acknowl edged in 1065 as Edward III's successor and who was also related to Edward by m arriage) had landed in Sussex. Harold rushed south and on 14 October 1066 his a rmy was defeated near Hastings and Harold was killed.

David Humiston Kelley' s explication of a possible descent of Harold II from Aethelred II appears in t he Festchrift for Charles Evans edited by Neil Thompson. Kelley's paper, which is an enlargement of evidence presented by Lundie W. Barlow in the New Eng. His t. & Gen. Register in the 1950s, shows the descent of land from a son of Aethel red to Earl Godwin, Harold's father. The argument is strong, especially since i t is a group of manors that descended together. Bierbrier, however, in the Gene alogists' Magazine, denies the lineage and indicates that Godwin received this land as a unit from the Danish conquerors. I have not seen any contemporary evi dence that would take settle this question either way. The key article on the p roposed descent of Harold II from Aethelred I is David H. Kelley, "The House of Aethelred," in Lindsay S. Brooke, ed., Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday_ (Associ ation for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy, Ltd., Occasional Publication No. Two, 1989).

Ancestral File Number:<AFN> B19S-5H
Ealdorman/Earlof East Anglia: 1044. Ealdorman/Earl of Wessex and Kent: 1053. Earlof Herfordshire: 1057. King: Jan. 6, 1066 -Oct. 14, 1066.

There was no royal blood in his veins. Opportunity,designation by Edward the Confessor, and the absence of a suitable candidate from the royal house justified his seizure of the throne when Edward died (5 Jan. 1066). His earlier career was that of a great nobleman and successful warrior. His failure to support his brother Tostig, earl of Northumbria, when Northumbria revolted in 1065, turned his brother into a bitter enemy. When the succession problem became immediate, Harold had himself hastily crowned (6 Jan.). He was opposed by William of Normandy, Harold Hardrada (king of Norway), and his brotherTostig. (The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Monarchy, by J. Cannon& R. Griffiths, 19 88)

He was 44 when he succeeded to the throne. His attractive personality was recognized even by his enemies. (The Oxford Book of RoyalAnecdotes, edited by Elizabeth Longford, 1989)

This Englishman was very tall and handsome, remarkable for his physical strength, his courage and eloquence, his ready jests and acts ofvalour. But whatwere all these gifts to him without honour,which is the rootof all good? (in the Orderic Vitalis, in The Oxford Book of Royal Anecdotes , edited by Elizabeth Longford, 1989)

He shared his father's banishment in 1051, going with his brother Leofwine to Ireland. He returned with a fleet in 1052 and joined his father in the advance on Southwark which brought about their reinstatement. (Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1970 edition)

1064: According to theBaye ux tapestry, he wasdriven out of his courseand arrested by Guy of Ponthieu, who was made by Duke William to surrender him. He fought for William against Cona n of Brittany, became William's man and took some solemn oath. (Encyclopedia B rittanica, 1970 edition)

The best-knownstory of Harold is probably that of his death as a result of an arrow in the eye, an event clearly illustrated in the BayeuxTapestry, but so close to a scene of a man being felled by a sword as to suggest that it took more than an arrow to dispatch the king. (The Oxford Book of Royal Anecdotes, edited by Elizabeth Longford,1989)

In this attack the greater part were slain; but the remainder, hewingaway with their swords, captu red the standard. Meanwhile, a showerof arrows fell round King Harold, and he h imself was piercedin the eye. A crowd of horsemen now burst in, and the King, already wounded, was slain. (by Henry of Huntingdon, in The OxfordBook of Royal Anecdotes, edited by Elizabeth Longford, 1989)

One of the horsemen was said to have hacked off Harold's leg, for which unchivalrous act William, Duke of Nor mandy, dismissedhim. (The OxfordBook of RoyalAnecdotes, edited by Elizabeth Longford, 1989)

Harold died withhis 2 brothers, Gyrth and Leofwine, on the same day, while in battle at Senlac. He had been so mutilated in the fighting that his body could not be found among the dead who littered the Field of Senlac. ( Royalty Magazine)
Name Suffix:<NSFX> King Of
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> B19S-5H Parents: Earl Of Kent & Godwin WESSEX and Gytha Thorgilsson Of DENMARK. Parents: . Parents: Gytha THORKILSDOTTIR. Parents: King Of England Aethelred ETHELRED II and Queen Of England Aelflaed Alfgifu Alfflaid GUNNAARSDOTTIR. Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: Ealdgyth OF MERCIA. King Of England Harold II Godwineson and Ealdgyth OF MERCIA were married about 1064 in Of, Wessex, England.20,50,249,250 [Pullen010502.FTW]

A concubine or perhaps a former wife. Children were: Princess Of Gytha Wessex ENGLAND, [Princess Of England] Gyda Gytha Haraldsdatter \, Harold HAROLDSSON, Ulf HARALDSSON, [Prince Of England] Godwine HARALDSSON, [Prince Of England] Edmund HARALDSSON, [Prince Of England] Magnus HARALDSSON, [Nun At Wilton] Gunhild HARALDSDATTER.

Spouse: Queen Of Ealdgyth Algitha ENGLAND. King Of England Harold II Godwineson and Queen Of Ealdgyth Algitha ENGLAND were married.
She was his "handfast wife", or a non Christian marriage.
Children were: Gytha Of England HAROLDSDOTTIR, Ulf OF WESSEX, II Harold OF WESSEX.


Harriet4,5 was born about 1798.4,5 She is reference number SM061406s.

Spouse: Laban DOWNS. Laban DOWNS and Harriet were married.


Harriet Berryman.3 Parents: J.M. DAVIS and Harriet May BERRYMAN.


Harriet L.3,145 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77641.

Spouse: James H. BOYD. James H. BOYD and Harriet L. were married. Reference Number:1266040 Children were: Thomas BOYD, Mary BOYD, Elizabeth M. BOYD, Martha BOYD, Robert BOYD, Sarah BOYD, John A. BOYD, Evy BOYD, Orty BOYD.


Harrington3,88 was born WFT Est 1822-1851.3,88 He died WFT Est 1876-1936.3,88 He is reference number 70204.

Children were: John HARRINGTON, Unknown HARRINGTON, Unknown HARRINGTON, Barbara Allen HARRINGTON.


Hathra.251,252 Parents: HWALA.

Children were: Itermon Or ITORMANN.


Havlive De Rouen7,15,20,21 was born in 968 in Of Normandy, France.20

Spouse: Archbishop Of , Count Of Robert D'EVEREUX. Archbishop Of , Count Of Robert D'EVEREUX and Havlive De Rouen were married. Children were: Richard De Evereux Ct De Evereux.


Hawyse Or Maud De Redvers7,33 was born about 1094 in . Parents: Richard De REVIERS and Adelise PEVEREL.


Hedwig Von Flinsbach7,213 was born about 1040 in . She died after 1100. Parents: .

Spouse: Engelbert I Levanthal SPONHEIM. Engelbert I Levanthal SPONHEIM and Hedwig Von Flinsbach were married in . Children were: Richilda Richgard SPONHEIM, Engelbert CARINTHIA II.

Spouse: Wilhelm JULICH III. Wilhelm JULICH III and Hedwig Von Flinsbach were married in . Children were: Wilhelm JULICH IV.

Spouse: Adalbert SCHWARZENBERG. Adalbert SCHWARZENBERG and Hedwig Von Flinsbach were married in . Children were: Margaretha Von SCHWARTENBURG.


Emperor Of Germany Heinrich V7,21 died on 23 May 1125.

Spouse: Empress/Germany Matilda STUART. Emperor Of Germany Heinrich V and Empress/Germany Matilda STUART were married.

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