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Agnes DE ADRERNE377 was born about 1276 in Alford, Lincoln, Eng.377 Parents: Peter DE ADRERNE and Margaret Or MARGERY.

Spouse: William DE MAINWARING. William DE MAINWARING and Agnes DE ADRERNE were married. Children were: William MAINWARING, Matilda DE MAINWARING.


Peter DE ADRERNE.377

Spouse: Margaret Or MARGERY. Children were: Agnes DE ADRERNE.


Romilde DE AGILOLFINGES7,220,538 was born about 560 in Bavaria, Germany. She died in 610 in Bavaria, Germany. OCCU Duchess of Frioul
SOUR al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html
SOUR al7f l.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html Parents: Garibald Ier DE BAVIÈRE and Waldrade DE LOMBARDIE.


Marquise DE ALBARON.239 Parents: Robert DE ALBARON.

Spouse: Guillaume DE BAUX. Children were: Marquise DE BAUX.


Robert DE ALBARON7 was born about 1300.

Children were: Marquise DE ALBARON.


Ermengaud DE ALBI7,121 was born about 848 in France. He died in 878. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9GG5-0D
OCCU Armengol,C. de Albi,862..
SOUR HAWKI NS.GED says ABT 797; www.rootsweb.com/gumby says ABT 848;
www.public.asu.edu/ bgertz/family/d0000 says ABT 848, France;
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart
HAWKINS.GED says BEF 878
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Hermengild de Albey - h ttp://misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kmilburn/d00
01/g0000081.htm#I2212

OCCU Armengol,C. de Albi,862..
SOUR HAWKINS.GED says ABT 797; www.rootsweb. com/gumby says ABT 848;
www.public.asu.edu/bgertz/family/d0000 says ABT 848, France;
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart
HAWKINS.GED says BEF 8 78
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Hermengild de Albey - http://misc.traveller.com/genealogy /gedhtml/kmilburn/d00
01/g0000081.htm#I2212

GIVN Hermengild Comte
SURN de Alby

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Children were: [Count D'] Garsinde Compte D' ALBY.


Agnes\Avice DE ALBINI7,104,106,295,519,520 was born in 1176 in Axholme, Lincolnshire, England. Also Known As:<_AKA> Avice de /Arundel/ Parents: Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI and Maud\Matilda De St. Hilary DE HARCOURT.

Spouse: William DE MOWBRAY. Children were: John DE MOWBRAY, Roger DE MOWBRAY.

Spouse: Baron Of Axholme William DE MOWBRAY. Baron Of Axholme William DE MOWBRAY and Agnes\Avice DE ALBINI were married. REFN42376 Children were: Rober De Mowbray Baron Mowbray Of THIRSK.


Audelia DE ALBINI377 was born about 1200 in < , Lightfield, Salop. Eng >.377 She was also known as Albaney. Parents: Gruffith ALBINI and Audelia LIGHTFIELD.

Spouse: John WARREN. John WARREN and Audelia DE ALBINI were married. Children were: Griffith WARREN.


Isabel DE ALBINI7,20,32,82,244 was born in 1203 in England.20 She died in 1240 in England.20 1 _FA1
2 PLAC Heiress to Arundel.
2 SOUR S261364
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Spouse: Baron Cluny Oswestry\ John Fitzalan. Baron Cluny Oswestry\ John Fitzalan and Isabel DE ALBINI were married. Children were: Earl Of Arundel John FITZ ALAN II.


Ralph DE ALBINI7,97 was born about 1214 in South Ingleby, Lincolnshire, England. He died before 25 Jan 1290/91. Parents: .

Spouse: Isabel MAWLE. Ralph DE ALBINI and Isabel MAWLE were married. Children were: Elias D'AUBENEY.


Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI II7,27,97,213,261,295 was born about 1064 in Of St Sauveur, Manche, Normandie, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]519 He died in 1139. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]519 He was also known as Pincera. He was also known as Pincerna. He was also known as William II D'aubigny.519,520 He was buried in Priory, Wymondham, Norfolk, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Name Suffix:<NSFX> Earl of Arundel
[kkgedcom[1]2.FTW]

GIVN William II
SURN d'Aubigny
NSFX Earl of Arundel
REPO @REPO1@
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GIVN William
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DATE 20 OCT 1999
TIME 12:48:45 Parents: Roger D'AUBIGNY and Amice DE MOWBRAY. Parents: Roger D' AUBIGNY and Amice De MOWBRAY. Parents: Roger D'AUBIGNY and AMICE. Parents: Lord Belvoir William Brito DE ALBINI and Saint Liz Maud DE SENLIS.

Spouse: Maud LE BIGOD. Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI II and Maud LE BIGOD were married about 1099 in Of, Norfolk, England. REFN22418 Children were: Olivia D'ALBINI, Earl Of Arundel William D'AUBIGNY I.


Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI7,33,70,105,106,115,161,213,251,295,312,537,562 was born in 1134 in Arundel, Sussex, England.562 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He died on 24 Dec 1193 in Wymondham Priory, Norfolk, England.115,562 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Le Breton. He was buried in Priory, Wymondham, Norfolk, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] GIVN William D'
SURN AUBIGNY
_AKA Earl of Arundel
AFN V9VQ-68
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GIVN William D'
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_AKA Earl of Arundel
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2nd Earl of Arundel.
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Earl of Arundel
GEDCOM line 48957 not recognizable or too l ong:
() 2 GIVN William d'

GEDCOM line 48958 not recognizable or too long:
() 2 SURN Albini

GEDCOM line 48959 not recognizable or too long:
() 2 NSFX Earl of Arundel

Acceded: 1189. 2nd Earl of Arundel

Weis' "Ancestral Roots " (149:25)

In 1191 he was made custos of Winson Castle. In 1194 he was appo inted as one
of the receivers of the money raised for the ransom of King Richa rd.

http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/History/Barons/Extinct1Earls.html : ALB INI,
-- ---- 1140.

William de Albini was created by the empress Maud earl o f Arundel, which title
became extinct in this family upon the death of Hugh, f ourth earl of Arundel, 7
May 1243.
William de Albini, 3rd earl, who, in 1218, embarked in the Crusade and was at t he celebrated siege of Damietta, but died in returning, anno 1221. He m. Maud, dau. and heiress of James de St. Hillary, and widow of Roger de Clare, Earl of Hertford, by whom he left issue, William and Hugh, successors to the earldom; M abel, m. to Sir Robert de Tateshall; Isabel, m. to John FitzAlan, Baron of Clun and Oswestry; Nicola, m. to Roger de Somerie, Lord of Dudley; Cecilia, m. to R oger de Montalt; and Colet. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, an d Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 3, Albini, Earls of Arundel]

NOTE: "His lordship left by Adeliza, his wife, widow of King Henry I, four sons and three daughters, the eldest of whom, Alice, m. John, Earl of Ewe. The eldest son, William de Albini, 2nd earl, had a grant from the crown, 2 3rd Henry II [1177-78], of the Earldom of Sussex, and in the 1st of Richard I [ 1189-90], had a confirmation from that prince of the castle and honour of Arund el, as also of the Tertium Denarium of the county of Sussex. He d. in 1196 and was s. by his son, William de Albini, 3rd earl...[who] m. Maud, dau. and heires s of James de St. Hillary." [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, an d Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 3, Albini, Earls of Arundel]

All other sources that I've found say that the William who m. Maud de St. Hillary was the son of William, the 1st Earl, and Adeliza. I have, thus , compressed this pedigree by omitting the intervening William who Burke styles 2nd earl.
Name Suffix:<NSFX> [Earl of Arundel]
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Earlof Sussex; 2nd Earl of Arundel.Name Suffix:<NSFX> III
Name Suffix:<NSFX> III Parents: Queen Of England Adelicia BRABANT. Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: Earl Of Arundel William D'AUBIGNY I and Queen Of England Adelicia BRABANT. Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: Maud\Matilda De St. Hilary DE HARCOURT. Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI and Maud\Matilda De St. Hilary DE HARCOURT were married in 1174 in Of, Arundel, Essex, England.562 REFN22500 Children were: Maud AUBIGNY, Earl Of Arundel Willian DE ALBINI V, Earl Of Arundel William D' AUBIGNY, Agnes\Avice DE ALBINI, Alan De ALBINI OR AUBIGNY, 3rd Earl Of Arundel William DE AUBIGNY, Cecily DE ARUNDEL, Ralph D'AUBIGNY, Isabel AUBIGNY, Godfrey De ALBINI OR AUBIGNY, Nicole AUBIGNY, Avice D'AUBIGNY, Cicely AUBIGNY, Colette AUBIGNY, [4Th Earl Of Arundel] Guillaume III D' AUBIGNY.


Lord Belvoir William Brito DE ALBINI7,295 was born after 1134. He died Between 1155-1156. REFN: 11375 Parents: Roger DE AUBIGNY.

Spouse: Saint Liz Maud DE SENLIS. Lord Belvoir William Brito DE ALBINI and Saint Liz Maud DE SENLIS were married. REFN43660 Children were: Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI II.


Earl Of Arundel Willian DE ALBINI V7,295 was born in 1165 in Leicestershire, England. He died on 30 Mar 1221 in Italy. REFN: 5331 Parents: Earl Of Arundel William DE ALBINI and Maud\Matilda De St. Hilary DE HARCOURT.


Gersende DE ALBON7,45 was born about 1098. She died after 1160. Parents: Guiges DE ALBON VIII and Mathilda ENGLAND.

Spouse: William I Of FORCALQUIER. William I Of FORCALQUIER and Gersende DE ALBON were married. Children were: Bertrand I Of FORCALQUIER.


Guiges DE ALBON VII7,45 was born about 1025. He died on 22 Apr 1075 in St. Robert. He was also known as Grenoble. He was buried in In St. Robert. OCCU Count of Grenoble ...
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1063
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 146
misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtm l/kmilburn says 1042
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1080
Royalty for C ommoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 146
gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0001 says ABT Jan 1080, St. Roberts
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart
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SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve)
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 146
Guigues IV 'le Gros' Count of Albon - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Guigues VIII,
Sire de Vion; witnessed a charter with his brother Humbert, 20 A ug 1034; occ
with his father, 27 Apr 1050 and 1053 - Royalty for Commoners, Ro derick W.
Stuart, p. 146; Grenoble Guigo VI de Albon - gendex.com/users/daver/ rigney/
D0001

DATE 19 JUN 2000 Parents: .

Spouse: Adelais DE TURIN. Guiges DE ALBON VII and Adelais DE TURIN were married on 27 Apr 1050. SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says BEF 27 Apr 1050
Royalty for Commoners, Roder ick W. Stuart, p. 146 Children were: Guiges DE ALBON VIII.


Guiges DE ALBON VIII7,45 was born in 1068 in , Albon, France. He died on 21 Dec 1125. He was also known as Grenoble. OCCU Count of Albon ...
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 147 says c1050/1060
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1090
MINOR.TAF (Compus erve), & misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kmilbusays 1098
Royalty for Comm oners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 147
C.Albon & Grenoble 1080 -MINOR.TAF (Compuser ve), 575976 & Royalty for Commoner
s, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 147;Wigor - COMYN 4.TAF (Compuserve); Dauphin de
Viennois. Possibly this is Guigues VIII - p. 14 ; Guigo VII de Albon - gendex.
com/users/daver/rigney/D0001

GIVN Guigues II I, Count Of
SURN ALBON
AFN 9HM2-CG
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TIME 22:02:27 Parents: Guiges DE ALBON VII and Adelais DE TURIN.

Spouse: Mathilda ENGLAND. Guiges DE ALBON VIII and Mathilda ENGLAND were married about 1108. SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart says 1106/10
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Garsinde DE ALBY7,21,32 was born in 871 in France.32 Parents: .

Spouse: Odo TOULOUSE. Odo TOULOUSE and Garsinde DE ALBY were married. Children were: II Raimond II TOULOUSE.


Garsinde Albi DE ALBY.54 Parents: Armengal OF ALBI.

Spouse: Eudes Rouergue OF TOULOUSE. Children were: Adelhaide OF TOULOUSE, Ermengaud DE ROUERGUE, Gersende DE TOULOUSE, Raymond OF TOULOUSE II.


Adam DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was also known as Adam De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4467. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHELEY and Mabella DE STONELEY.


Adam DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was born about 1005 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He was also known as Adam De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4465. [boyd-trees.ged]









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In the county of Stafford, in the heart of England, there was in very ancient times an old Saxon manor called Stoneley, a name compounded of stone, and leah or ley (modern, lea), meaning a stoney meadow or field. There is still in that county a considerable town named Stone, which very probably, like the former, may bear a remembrance of the rugged surface of what is now one of the chief mining districts of the island. At the time of the conquest, this estate belonged to Saxon Sir Henry de Stoneley, the place of his residence in that day supplying the surname of the owner.

Among the Norman knights who accompanied William the Bastard into England in 1066, were Adam de Alditheley and his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. These received , as did other of William's associates, large possessions from the conquered lands as a reward for their services. Lydulph, the elder son, had a son Adam, and Adam, the younger, had a son William. These two young Normans, Adam and William both married wives of the Saxon family de Stoneley. (Ref. "The Stanley Families of America" as descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT., 1636, compiled by Israel P. Warren, D.D., Printed by B. Thurston & Co., 1887, Portland, Maine.)

Adam de Alditheley, Normandy Knight - Held Reveney in Cumberland.

The stage was set for one of the central military events of the Middle Ages, the Battle of Hasting in January 1066, with the death of the English King, Edward the Confessor. Harold, Earl of Wessex, assumed the crown and fought off a strong military challenge in September from King Harold of Norway. In the confrontation between the two Harolds, the Norwegian King lost his life at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, near York. At the same time William, Duke of Normandy, gathered an army of adventurous knights from Northern France and sailed the Channel to press his claim, having once been favored by Edward to succeed him.

Only 19 days after Stamford Bridge, the surviving Harold of Wessex turned to face the new foe with exhausted troops. The showdown took place October 14, 1066, near Hastings. Harold's men wreaked havoc with their battle axes, slings, and spears, but William inflicted heavy casualties with his archers and cavalry. It was a day of fierce, seesaw, fighting. In the afternoon Norman warriors slew Harold. By nightfall William was victorious thus earning his sobriquet, the "Conqueror".

Would the English submit to William? Though he was crowned in Westminster Abbey on Christmas day, rebellion threatened. It took twenty years for the Norman nobility to replace the existing order, and another two centuries before a new people begin to emerge, speaking the blend of tongues, mainly old English, French, and Latin, from which modern English grew. (Ref.- the above narrative was taken from a map of Great Britain in the possession of Gene Stanley.)[xx.FTW]

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In the county of Stafford, in the heart of England, there was in very ancient times an old Saxon manor called Stoneley, a name compounded of stone, and leah or ley (modern, lea), meaning a stoney meadow or field. There is still in that county a considerable town named Stone, which very probably, like the former, may bear a remembrance of the rugged surface of what is now one of the chief mining districts of the island. At the time of the conquest, this estate belonged to Saxon Sir Henry de Stoneley, the place of his residence in that day supplying the surname of the owner.

Among the Norman knights who accompanied William the Bastard into England in 1066, were Adam de Alditheley and his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. These received , as did other of William's associates, large possessions from the conquered lands as a reward for their services. Lydulph, the elder son, had a son Adam, and Adam, the younger, had a son William. These two young Normans, Adam and William both married wives of the Saxon family de Stoneley. (Ref. "The Stanley Families of America" as descended from John, Timothy, and Thomas Stanley of Hartford, CT., 1636, compiled by Israel P. Warren, D.D., Printed by B. Thurston & Co., 1887, Portland, Maine.)

Adam de Alditheley, Normandy Knight - Held Reveney in Cumberland.

The stage was set for one of the central military events of the Middle Ages, the Battle of Hasting in January 1066, with the death of the English King, Edward the Confessor. Harold, Earl of Wessex, assumed the crown and fought off a strong military challenge in September from King Harold of Norway. In the confrontation between the two Harolds, the Norwegian King lost his life at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, near York. At the same time William, Duke of Normandy, gathered an army of adventurous knights from Northern France and sailed the Channel to press his claim, having once been favored by Edward to succeed him.

Only 19 days after Stamford Bridge, the surviving Harold of Wessex turned to face the new foe with exhausted troops. The showdown took place October 14, 1066, near Hastings. Harold's men wreaked havoc with their battle axes, slings, and spears, but William inflicted heavy casualties with his archers and cavalry. It was a day of fierce, seesaw, fighting. In the afternoon Norman warriors slew Harold. By nightfall William was victorious thus earning his sobriquet, the "Conqueror".

Would the English submit to William? Though he was crowned in Westminster Abbey on Christmas day, rebellion threatened. It took twenty years for the Norman nobility to replace the existing order, and another two centuries before a new people begin to emerge, speaking the blend of tongues, mainly old English, French, and Latin, from which modern English grew. (Ref.- the above narrative was taken from a map of Great Britain in the possession of Gene Stanley.)

Children were: Lydulph DE ALDITHELEY, Adam DE ALDITHELEY.


Adam DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was born about 1040 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He was also known as Adam De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4462. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Adam de Alditheley, Norman Knight, Son of Adam

Among the Norman knights who accompanied William the "Conqueror" into England in 1066, were Adam de Alditheley and his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. These received, as did others of William's associates, large possessions from the conquered lands as a result for their services. Lydulph, the elder son, had a son Adam, and Adam, the younger, had a son William. These two young Normans, Adam and William both married wives of the Saxon family de Stoneley.

Adam de Alditheley married Mabella, daughter of Sir Henry de Stoneley, and received with her as her marriage portion the two adjacent estates of Stoneley and Balterley. They were ancestors of the noble family of Audley, so called by a shortening of their name from Alditheley to Aldethley and Audley.

King Henry III gave land to Henry de Audley, the seat of Red Castle in the County of Salop, Heathly Castle, Stafford County. Henry Stanley de Stoneley lived about 40-50 years before the conquest.[xx.FTW]

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Adam de Alditheley, Norman Knight, Son of Adam

Among the Norman knights who accompanied William the "Conqueror" into England in 1066, were Adam de Alditheley and his two sons, Lydulph and Adam. These received, as did others of William's associates, large possessions from the conquered lands as a result for their services. Lydulph, the elder son, had a son Adam, and Adam, the younger, had a son William. These two young Normans, Adam and William both married wives of the Saxon family de Stoneley.

Adam de Alditheley married Mabella, daughter of Sir Henry de Stoneley, and received with her as her marriage portion the two adjacent estates of Stoneley and Balterley. They were ancestors of the noble family of Audley, so called by a shortening of their name from Alditheley to Aldethley and Audley.

King Henry III gave land to Henry de Audley, the seat of Red Castle in the County of Salop, Heathly Castle, Stafford County. Henry Stanley de Stoneley lived about 40-50 years before the conquest. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHELEY.

Spouse: Mabella DE STONELEY. Adam DE ALDITHELEY and Mabella DE STONELEY were married. Reference Number:92985 Children were: Adam DE ALDITHELEY, Thomas DE ALDITHELEY, William DE ALDITHELEY.


Henry DE ALDITHELEY7,62 died in 1275. Parents: Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE.


Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY7,20,27,35,36,62,82,129,225,252,261,300,301,948 was born in 1220 in Heleigh, Staffordshire, England.20,35,225,244 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]948 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He died on 11 Jun 1276 in Ireland.20,35,225,244 He was also known as James Aldithley Or Audley.67 Also Known As:<_AKA> James /de Aldithley/
1 _FA1
2 PLAC Royalist Justicula r of Ireland. Sheriff.
2 SOUR S261374
3 NOTE Penman "Here be Dragons" p. 2 85, makes him brother to Gwenllian verch Rhys who m Ednyfed Fychan. But, Online db (Univ. of Hull?) I had him son of Gwenwynwyn of Powys.
1 _FA2
2 PLAC A KA James de Aldithley.
2 SOUR S261374
3 NOTE Penman "Here be Dragons" p. 28 5, makes him brother to Gwenllian verch Rhys who m Ednyfed Fychan. But, Online db (Univ. of Hull?) I had him son of Gwenwynwyn of Powys.
1 _FA3
2 PLAC Ju sticular of Chester.
2 SOUR S071146
3 PAGE chart 1059
2 SOUR S261374
3 NOTE Penman "Here be Dragons" p. 285, makes him brother to Gwenllian verch Rhys who m Ednyfed Fychan. But, Online db (Univ. of Hull?) I had him son of Gwenwyn wyn of Powys.
Name Suffix:<NSFX> [Justice Of Chester]
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> GLCB-8L Parents: [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY and Bertrade DE MAINWARING. Parents: .

Spouse: Ela DE LONGESPEE. Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE were married in 1244 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.20,35,225,244,268 2 _PREF Y Children were: Joan DE ALDITHELEY, Baron Audley Hugh DE AUDLEY, James DE ALDITHELEY, Nicholas DE AUDLEY, Earl Of Gloucester\ Hugh De Audley, Henry DE ALDITHELEY, William DE ALDITHELEY, Henry Of ALDITHLEY AUDLE, Knight William Of ALDITHLEY AUDLE, Joan Of ALDITHLEY AUDLE, [Baron Audley] Hugh Of ALDITHLEY AUDLE.

Spouse: Ela DE LONGESPEE. Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE were married in 1244 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.948 Children were: Hugh DE AUDLEY.

Spouse: Margaret Mrs AUDLEY.


James DE ALDITHELEY7,62,129,300,301 was born in 1246 in Of, Heleigh, Audley, Staffordshire, England. He was christened in 1271. He died on 23 Nov 1273 in , , , Ireland. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 158H-H28 Parents: Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE.


Joan DE ALDITHELEY7,62,300,301 was born about 1260 in Heleigh, Audley, Staffordshire, England. She was also known as Audley. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 158H-GW8 Parents: Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE.


Lydulph DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was born about 1038.3,39 He was also known as Lydulph De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4469. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHELEY.


Thomas DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was also known as Thomas De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4468. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHELEY and Mabella DE STONELEY.


William DE ALDITHELEY7,62 died in 1275. Fell in battle with the Welsh Parents: Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY and Ela DE LONGESPEE.


William DE ALDITHELEY3,39 was born about 1082 in Hooten, Cheshire, England.3,39 He was also known as William De Alditheley.3,39 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 4460. [boyd-trees.ged]









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Wiliam de Alditheley married Joan, daughter of Thomas de Stoneley, a kinsman of Sir Henry, and received with her as a dowry the manor of Thalk, in the same county. Afterwards he exchanged this estate with his cousin Adam for Stoneley and half of Balterly, and made Stoneley his family residence; and in honor of his lady, and the great antiquity of her family, of noble Saxon descent, who flourished many years before the conquest, he assumed the surname of Stanley, and became the recognized founder of the Stanley family. This was in the reign of Henry I, A.D. 1100-1135.[xx.FTW]

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Wiliam de Alditheley married Joan, daughter of Thomas de Stoneley, a kinsman of Sir Henry, and received with her as a dowry the manor of Thalk, in the same county. Afterwards he exchanged this estate with his cousin Adam for Stoneley and half of Balterly, and made Stoneley his family residence; and in honor of his lady, and the great antiquity of her family, of noble Saxon descent, who flourished many years before the conquest, he assumed the surname of Stanley, and became the recognized founder of the Stanley family. This was in the reign of Henry I, A.D. 1100-1135. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHELEY and Mabella DE STONELEY.

Spouse: Joan STANDLEY. William DE ALDITHELEY and Joan STANDLEY were married. Reference Number:92963 Children were: William Stanley DE STONELEY.


Adam DE ALDITHLEY.212 Parents: Adam DE ALDITHLEY.


Adam DE ALDITHLEY.212

Children were: Liulf DE ALDITHLEY, Adam DE ALDITHLEY.


Adam DE ALDITHLEY7,20,82,129 was born between 1145 and 1175.20 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died between 1203 and 1211.20 He was also known as Audley. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> GLCB-HS Parents: Adam DE ALDITHLEY and Mabella De Stoneley DE STANLEY.

Spouse: Emma FITZ ORM. Adam DE ALDITHLEY and Emma FITZ ORM were married. Children were: [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY.


Adam DE ALDITHLEY7,20,35,36,82,212 was born in 1145.35 He died in 1211.35 2 SOUR S002120
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Apr 17, 2001


J. Horace Round in V.2 of "Peerage and Pedigree", 1970 reprint of the 1910 work, pages 30 -36, confirms his family relationships as I show them here.

Cockayne's "Com plete Peerage" (AUDLEY. p.377) says he was the son of LIULF, who was the son of LIULF.

From "Ancestors of Paul Bailey MCBRIDE" on the www: Son of Adam de ALDITHLEY and Mabella STANLEY DE STONELEY b. ABT 1145, Eng. d. BET 1203 -11 Married Emma de DERLEVESTON (1150-) Children: 1.(Miss) de AUDLEY m. Ste phen de PESHALE 2.Henry de AUDLEY (1175-1246) m. Bertred MAINWARING 3.W illiam de ALDITHLEY References: [CP],[BurkeP],[ConverseA],[PresidentsA]. Parents: Liulf DE ALDITHLEY.

Spouse: Mabella De Stoneley DE STANLEY. Children were: Adam DE ALDITHLEY, Unknown De AUDLEY, Henry D'AUDLEY.

Spouse: Emma FITZ ORM. Adam DE ALDITHLEY and Emma FITZ ORM were married. Children were: [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY.


Alice DE ALDITHLEY7,35,36 was born in 1225.35 2 SOUR S002120
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Apr 17, 2001 Parents: [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY and Bertrade DE MAINWARING.


[Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY7,15,20,35,36,67,82,129,225,252,300,301,948 was born in 1175 in , Heleigh, Staffordshire, England.20,35 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He died before 19 Nov 1246 in Mainwaring, Bersted, Sussex, England.20,35 He was also known as Audley. Name Suffix:<NSFX> [Sheriff Of Shropshire]
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> GLCB-C4 Parents: Adam DE ALDITHLEY and Emma FITZ ORM. Parents: Adam DE ALDITHLEY and Emma FITZ ORM. Parents: Adam De ALDITHLEY and Emma FITZ ORM. Parents: .

Spouse: Petronella De DERLESTON.

Spouse: Bertrade DE MAINWARING. [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY and Bertrade DE MAINWARING were married in 1217 in Edgmond, Cheshire, Englad.15,20,35,225,948 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] 2 _PREF Y Children were: Emme DE ALDITHLY, Emma D'ALDITHLEY, Emma Of ALDITHLEY, Justicular Of Ireland James DE ALDITHELEY, Alice DE ALDITHLEY, Ralf De AUDLEY, Henry De AUDLEY, Alice De AUDLEY, Henry Of ALDITHLEY, Ralf Of ALDITHLEY.


Liulf DE ALDITHLEY.212 Parents: Adam DE ALDITHLEY.

Children were: Adam DE ALDITHLEY.


Emme DE ALDITHLY7,15,20,82,2331 was born about 1222 in Of Heleigh, Staffordshire, England.15,20,2331 She died after 1286.15,20,2331 [large-G675.FTW]

"Tuchet" article in CP shows that Emma, daughter of Henry d e Audley, was married twice, first to Henry Tuchet (d.s.p. shortly before 8 Jan 1241/2), and second to Gruffydd Maelor II (i.e., Gruffydd ap Madoc, lord of Br omfield). Parents: [Sheriff Of Shropshire] Henry DE ALDITHLEY and Bertrade DE MAINWARING.


Clemence DE ALENCON.340,341 Parents: Count Alencon & Ponthieu Guillaume MONTGOMERY III and Alice DE BOURGOGNE.


Arnoul DE ALENÇON.15,16,17

Children were: Hildeburg DE ALENÇON.


Hildeburg DE ALENÇON7,15,16,17,37,79,130,340,341 was born in 995 in , , Of Normandy, France.16 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She died about 1067.15,16 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] GEDCOM line 22254 not recognizable or too long:
() 2 GIVN Hildeburge de

GED COM line 22255 not recognizable or too long:
() 2 SURN Beaumont

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http://www.gendex.com/users/Enf_Bry/Enf_Bry/i621.html#I13367 Parents: Arnoul DE ALENÇON. Parents: Arnulf De Beaumont. Parents: Arnoul DE BEAUMONT and De BEAUMONT. Parents: Arnulf De Beaumont and BEAUMONT. Parents: . Parents: Arnulf Of GERMANY and Oda VON BAYERN. Parents: . Parents: Arnulf De BEAUMONT and BEAUMONT. Parents: Arnulf De BEAUMONT and BEAUMONT. Parents: Raoul III De BEAUMONT and Emmeline De MONTREVEAU.

Spouse: Lord Of Bellême & Alençon William TALVAS II. Lord Of Bellême & Alençon William TALVAS II and Hildeburg DE ALENÇON were married in . 1 REFN 60475 Children were: Arnulf TALVAS DE ALENCON, Warin De Alcenon Domfront BELLEME, Oliver TALVAS DE ALENCON, William La FERTE MACE, Countess Of Shrewsbury Mabel TALVAS.


Lord Of Wormgau Hadrian DE ALLEMANIA7,28,34,133,221 was born about 769. He died before Feb 823/24. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Hadrian Lord Of Wormsgau.531 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] Name Suffix:<NSFX> Lord Of Wormgau
DIED BEFORE 15 FEB 824 Parents: Duke Of Swabia Gerold GENEVA I and Imma Of ALEMANIA. Parents: Duke Of Swabia Gerold GENEVA I and Duchess Of Swabia Emma VON SWABIA.

Spouse: Waldrat Of HORNBACH. Lord Of Wormgau Hadrian DE ALLEMANIA and Waldrat Of HORNBACH were married. Children were: Count Of Orleans Odoeudes Of ORLEANS, Daughter Of ORLEANS, Waldrada WORMGAU, Odo I Count Of ORLEANS.


Houching DE ALLEMANIA.28,133,136 Parents: .

Children were: Duke Of Allemania\ Hnabi NEBI.


Isabel DE ALOST.46,47,48 Parents: Lord Alost Rudolph DE GAND and Gisele DE LUXEMBURG.


Ermentrude DE ALSACE.54 Parents: .

Spouse: Count Of Auxerre Conrad II OF AUXERRE.


Gisela DE ALSACE7,15,16,17 was buried in Aka Gisela DE Lower Lorraine..15,16 Parents: Ct De Alsace Hugh III.

Spouse: T De Metz\ Gerard De Metz C. T De Metz\ Gerard De Metz C and Gisela DE ALSACE were married. 1 REFN 67610 Children were: Gerard II De Lorraine DUC DE LORRAINE, Count , Duke Upper Lorrai Adalbert III De Longwy METZ.


Welf DE ALTDORF7,28,133 was born about 745.28 He died in 823.28 2 SOUR S085410
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: Aug 7, 2000 Parents: \Ct Of Altdorf\ RUTHARD and HERMENLINDIS.

Children were: Count Of Bavaria & Swabia Welf GUELPH I.


DE ALVEDELEG7,665 was born about 1226 in Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England. Individual Record FamilySearchr Ancestral File v4.19


Miss De ALVEDELEG (AF N: LMJ2-DW) <pedigree_chart.asp?recid=15107472> <pedigree_chart.asp?recid=15107 472> Sex: F <family_group_record.asp?familyid=5385504> <family_group_record.a sp?familyid=5385504>


Event(s): Born: Abt 1226 Of, Clifton, Nottinghamshir e, England


Parents: Father: Robert ALVEDELEG <individual_record.asp?recid =15107470> (AFN: LMJ2-BK) <family_group_record.asp?familyid=5385505> <family_ group_record.asp?familyid=5385505> Mother: Mrs-Robert De ALVEDELEG <individual _record.asp?recid=15107471> (AFN: LMJ2-CQ)



Marriage(s): Spouse: Gervase De CLIFTON <individual_record.asp?recid=15107466> (AFN: LMJ2-6V) <family_group _record.asp?familyid=5385504> <family_group_record.asp?familyid=5385504> Marria ge: Abt 1245 Of, Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England Parents: Robert ALVEDELEG.

Spouse: Gervase DE CLIFTON. Gervase DE CLIFTON and DE ALVEDELEG were married about 1245 in Clifton, Nottinghamshire, England. Children were: Gervase DE CLIFTON.


Adele DE AMIENS.340,341 Parents: Count Dreux OF AMIENS.

Spouse: Alberic DE COUCY. Children were: Dreux DE COUCY.


Richard DE AMUNDEVILLE.32,82

Spouse: Countess Arundel Maud De BOTILLER.

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