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Thomas MACKWORTH7,95,850 was born about 1573 in Newton, Drapers Co., Shrewsbury, England. He died in Newton, Drapers Co., Shrewsbury, England. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 12M6-RSV Parents: Thomas MACKWORTH and Dorothy LEE.


Lillian MACLACHLAN3,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 5396.

Spouse: Sherman J BOYD. Sherman J BOYD and Lillian MACLACHLAN were married on 24 Aug 1923 in Christian Co. MO.3,206 Reference Number:106458


Sir Alexander MACLEAN3 was born about 1660.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 1329.

Spouse: Marie BOYD. Sir Alexander MACLEAN and Marie BOYD were married. Reference Number:30593


Alexander MACLEAN3,38 was born about 1670 in .3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 26627.

Spouse: Mary BOYD. Alexander MACLEAN and Mary BOYD were married. Reference Number:495579


Hector MACLEAN3,38 was born in 1605 in Of Duart Castle, Torosay, Argyllshire, Scotland.3 He died in 1687.3 He was buried in 1687.3 He is reference number 26973. Parents: Angus MCLAINE.

Spouse: Jean BOYD. Hector MACLEAN and Jean BOYD were married in 1665 in Wester, Kamis Castle, Bute, Scotland.3 Reference Number:120375 Children were: Miss MACLEAN.


Mary M. MACLEAN3,474 was born about 1824.3,281 She was also known as Mary M. Maclean.3,281 She died Unknown in Of Columbus City, Iowa.3,281 She is reference number 47446. [boyd-trees.ged]







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Family Record, Descendants of John and Mary-Fulton-Boyd, Mo nograph, prepared by M. Hillis Boyd, Freeport, PA.

Spouse: Benjamin COE. Benjamin COE and Mary M. MACLEAN were married on 14 Feb 1844.3,281,474 Reference Number:836970 Children were: David M. COE, Edward E. COE, William S. COE, Harry COE, Jennie COE, Martha H. COE, Mary COE.


Miss MACLEAN3,38 was born in 1636 in Londonderry, Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland.3 She died in 1765 in Wester, Kamis Castle, Bute, Scotland.3 She is reference number 26972. Parents: Hector MACLEAN and Jean BOYD.


MACLEOD5,128 was born about 1854.5,128

Spouse: Gilbert Sniffin JAMIESON. Gilbert Sniffin JAMIESON and MACLEOD were married.


Alexander MACLEOD3,415 was born about 1475.3,415 He was also known as 8th Chief Clan Macleod. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 82914.

Spouse: CAMERON. Alexander MACLEOD and CAMERON were married. Reference Number:1343148 Children were: William MACLEOD.


Alexander MACLEOD3,40 was born about 5 Apr 1890 in Stornoway, Isle Of Lewis, Scotland, UK.3,40 He died on 3 Aug 1919 in Guelph, Wltg, Ontario, Canada.3,40 He was buried on 4 Aug 1919 in Guelph, Wltg, Ontario, Canada.3,40 He is reference number 41957.

Spouse: Annie Buchanan WATSON. Alexander MACLEOD and Annie Buchanan WATSON were married in 1914 in Guelph, Wltg, Ontario, Canada.3,40 Reference Number:753083


Living MACLEOD.5,128

Spouse: Living JAMIESON.


Mary MACLEOD3,38,415 was born in 1552 in Of Harries, West, Isle Of Dunvegan, Scotland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,415 She died about 1602 in Achinbreck, Kilmichael, Scotland.3 She is reference number 26737. Parents: William MAC LEOD and Agnes FRASER. Parents: William MACLEOD and Agnes FRASER.

Spouse: Duncan CAMPBELL. Duncan CAMPBELL and Mary MACLEOD were married in 1573 in Of Auchenbreck, Argyllshire, Scotland.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,415 Reference Number:513747 Children were: Dugald Sir CAMPBELL, Donald CAMPBELL, Colin CAMPBELL, Elizabeth CAMPBELL, Sir Dugald CAMPBELL, Mary CAMPBELL.


William MACLEOD3,415 was born in 1505 in Dunvegan Castle, Invern, Scot.3,415 He died in Sep 1551 in Rowdell, Invern, Scot.3,415 He was also known as 9th Chief Clan Macleod. He is reference number 82915. Parents: Alexander MACLEOD and CAMERON.

Spouse: Agnes FRASER. William MACLEOD and Agnes FRASER were married on 3 Mar 1539/40.3,415 Reference Number:513775 Children were: Mary MACLEOD.


James MACLIN.3


James MACLIN3,95 was born about 1770 in .3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 54704. He has Ancestral File Number 1493-NCC.

Spouse: Elizabeth BULLOCK. James MACLIN and Elizabeth BULLOCK were married. Reference Number:946616 Children were: Lucy Rollins MACLIN.


Lucy Rollins MACLIN3,95 was born on 16 Oct 1795 in .3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 54706. She has Ancestral File Number 1493-NFR. Parents: James MACLIN and Elizabeth BULLOCK.

Spouse: William TOWNES. William TOWNES and Lucy Rollins MACLIN were married on 27 Nov 1817 in Mecklenburg Co., VA.3 Reference Number:946563 Children were: Elizabeth Taylor TOWNES, Isabella TOWNES.


Diarmait MACMAEL NAM BO7,37 died on 23 Feb 1071/72.

Spouse: DERB-FORGAILL. Diarmait MACMAEL NAM BO and DERB-FORGAILL were married. Children were: MURCHAD.


Sarah T. MACMAHILL3 was born on 20 Sep 1813 in Kentucky.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,187 She died on 27 Apr 1887 in Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri.3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,187 She was also known as Sarah T. McHill\macmahill.3,187 She was buried Unknown in Holliday Cenetery, Holliday, MO.3,187 She is reference number 32637.

Spouse: George Reading HOLLIDAY. George Reading HOLLIDAY and Sarah T. MACMAHILL were married. Reference Number:452334


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]50,829 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]104 She was born in Oct 1079 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.5,35,50,128,224,227,249,377,528 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]15,20,81,104,422,527 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]50,829 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]15,20,81,157,422,527 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]104 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]50,829 She died on 1 Jun 1118 in Westminster Abbey, London.5,35,49,50,128,224,227,249,377,528 She was buried in Jun 1118 in Church Of St Peter, Westminster, Middlesex, Eng.35,377 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] She was also known as Matilda Good Queen Maud Of Scotland.27,261 She was in Queen Of England.50,829 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] ?? Line 2359: (New PAF RIN=7789)
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2 PLAC Church of St Peter , Westminster, Middlesex, EnglandChristened Edith, but adopted the name Matilda upon her marriage to Henry I. I was thought the Norman barons might no respect a queen with a Saxon name. The marriage to Henry represented the union of the Norman & Saxon royal lines.[Pullen010502.FTW]

[Nancy Lacock 2025003.FTW]

Known as "Good Queen Maud", beloved of the English People (or atleast, of Henry's Norman vassals.)


Do wnloaded from Bradford_Taylor on rootsweb.comDATE 24 MAY 2000

Her name was originally Edith, but was changed to Matilda i n honor of her
husband's mother when she married.

OCCU Princess of Scotlan d ...
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1079;
PHILI P.GED (Compserve), 758 & RICHMOND.ASC(Compuserve),148752387 say ABT 1079;
www. gendex.com says ABT 1082
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve), #425;
Royalty for Com moners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1 June 1118;
WOOTEN.TX1 (Compuserve)
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1942
PHILIP.GED (Compserve), 758
COMYNX.ARC (C ompuserve), #425
QUAY 1
Her hair was like gold and she was as sweet as sugar roses and as good as her
mother, who had been like a saint - The Conquerors,Th omas B. Costain, p. 43
She and her sister were placed in the nunnery of Rumsey by their uncle Edgar
the AEthling after the death of their parents and Donald Bane had taken the
throne. Their aunt Christina was abbess and there they we re raised. - The
Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 44; Known as Good Queen Mold ;Matilda Dunkeld
MATILDA (EDYTHA, EADGITH), daughter of MALCOLM III & MARGARET
She was undoubtedly one of the busiest queens England ever had. In addition
to the supervision of the royal household and the part she played in the
coun cils of the King (she must have been consulted continually, for her
signature appears on more writs even that that of Eudes, the sewer), she was
left with s tate responsibilities for many long stretches when Henry crossed
the Channel t o fight a never-ending series of wars with his brother Robert of
Normandy and the French King. She was as pious as her sainted mother had
been, spending m uch time at her prayers and going each day in Lent to
Westminster Abbey with b are feet and dress of the coarsest haircloth to pary
and wash the feet of the poor. And of course she brought several children
into the world. ... She was fond of dress, as all beautiful women are, and
was responsible for many innov ations, as is always true of queens, beautiful
or not ... She was one of the f irst, if not the first, to wear the full
circular skirt which fell to the feet in volumninous folds, and to make use of
cords and tassels under the cloak to hold that necessary article in place ...
lacing went out completely, and loos e-fitting bodices came back into favor at
court. ... It is recorded that Queen Matilda had a pleasant voice and that she
encouraged the visits of minstrels and poets at court. Henry was fond of them
also. It is certian, however, tha t in his absence many a gallant waxed
unusually eloquent as he sought to pleas e with his sirventes the queen whose
delicate features reflected none of the coarseness of the Saxon face. It is
even more certain, however, that her inte rest was confined to the quality of
the voices and the poetic merit of the lin es and never in the singers
themselves. Matilda was a good wife as well as a queen above reproach. -
The Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 54
Before marry ing the king, the princess made a stiupulation. Before she would
leave the nu nnery, he must sign a charter which Englishmen had been parying
for, a guarant ee of the rights of indivuals and a promise to relinquish some
at least of the dictatorial practices of his father and borhter; in other
words, a return to constitutional rule as understood in the time of Edward the
Confessor. Henry agreed and the Charter was duly signed. It was a great
historic document .. The Charter of Henry I was the forerunner of Magna Charta
and as such should b e ranked high among the historic documents of all time. -
The Conquerors,Thoma s B. Costain, pp 55-56

NPFX Queen
GIVN Matilda
SURN MALCOM III
NSFX (Lady Godiva)
Name given her at birth was Edgyth, but the name was so unpronouncibl e
that she changed it to Matilda. She was also knowen in a derogitory
way as Godiva. This is the Lady Godiva that rode a horse down Main
street naked to sh ame her husband into ruling better.
ABBR CompuseDATE 24 MAY 2000

Her name was originally Edith, but was changed to Matilda i n honor of her
husband's mother when she married.

OCCU Princess of Scotlan d ...
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1079;
PHILI P.GED (Compserve), 758 & RICHMOND.ASC(Compuserve),148752387 say ABT 1079;
www. gendex.com says ABT 1082
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve), #425;
Royalty for Com moners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1 June 1118;
WOOTEN.TX1 (Compuserve)
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1942
PHILIP.GED (Compserve), 758
COMYNX.ARC (C ompuserve), #425
QUAY 1
Her hair was like gold and she was as sweet as sugar roses and as good as her
mother, who had been like a saint - The Conquerors,Th omas B. Costain, p. 43
She and her sister were placed in the nunnery of Rumsey by their uncle Edgar
the AEthling after the death of their parents and Donald Bane had taken the
throne. Their aunt Christina was abbess and there they we re raised. - The
Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 44; Known as Good Queen Mold ;Matilda Dunkeld
MATILDA (EDYTHA, EADGITH), daughter of MALCOLM III & MARGARET
She was undoubtedly one of the busiest queens England ever had. In addition
to the supervision of the royal household and the part she played in the
coun cils of the King (she must have been consulted continually, for her
signature appears on more writs even that that of Eudes, the sewer), she was
left with s tate responsibilities for many long stretches when Henry crossed
the Channel t o fight a never-ending series of wars with his brother Robert of
Normandy and the French King. She was as pious as her sainted mother had
been, spending m uch time at her prayers and going each day in Lent to
Westminster Abbey with b are feet and dress of the coarsest haircloth to pary
and wash the feet of the poor. And of course she brought several children
into the world. ... She was fond of dress, as all beautiful women are, and
was responsible for many innov ations, as is always true of queens, beautiful
or not ... She was one of the f irst, if not the first, to wear the full
circular skirt which fell to the feet in volumninous folds, and to make use of
cords and tassels under the cloak to hold that necessary article in place ...
lacing went out completely, and loos e-fitting bodices came back into favor at
court. ... It is recorded that Queen Matilda had a pleasant voice and that she
encouraged the visits of minstrels and poets at court. Henry was fond of them
also. It is certian, however, tha t in his absence many a gallant waxed
unusually eloquent as he sought to pleas e with his sirventes the queen whose
delicate features reflected none of the coarseness of the Saxon face. It is
even more certain, however, that her inte rest was confined to the quality of
the voices and the poetic merit of the lin es and never in the singers
themselves. Matilda was a good wife as well as a queen above reproach. -
The Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 54
Before marry ing the king, the princess made a stiupulation. Before she would
leave the nu nnery, he must sign a charter which Englishmen had been parying
for, a guarant ee of the rights of indivuals and a promise to relinquish some
at least of the dictatorial practices of his father and borhter; in other
words, a return to constitutional rule as understood in the time of Edward the
Confessor. Henry agreed and the Charter was duly signed. It was a great
historic document .. The Charter of Henry I was the forerunner of Magna Charta
and as such should b e ranked high among the historic documents of all time. -
The Conquerors,Thoma s B. Costain, pp 55-56

NPFX Queen
GIVN Matilda
SURN MALCOM III
NSFX (Lady Godiva)
Name given her at birth was Edgyth, but the name was so unpronouncibl e
that she changed it to Matilda. She was also knowen in a derogitory
way as Godiva. This is the Lady Godiva that rode a horse down Main
street naked to sh ame her husband into ruling better.
ABBR CompuseDATE 24 MAY 2000

Her name was originally Edith, but was changed to Matilda i n honor of her
husband's mother when she married.

OCCU Princess of Scotlan d ...
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1079;
PHILI P.GED (Compserve), 758 & RICHMOND.ASC(Compuserve),148752387 say ABT 1079;
www. gendex.com says ABT 1082
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve), #425;
Royalty for Com moners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 121 says 1 June 1118;
WOOTEN.TX1 (Compuserve)
SOUR COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1942
PHILIP.GED (Compserve), 758
COMYNX.ARC (C ompuserve), #425
QUAY 1
Her hair was like gold and she was as sweet as sugar roses and as good as her
mother, who had been like a saint - The Conquerors,Th omas B. Costain, p. 43
She and her sister were placed in the nunnery of Rumsey by their uncle Edgar
the AEthling after the death of their parents and Donald Bane had taken the
throne. Their aunt Christina was abbess and there they we re raised. - The
Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 44; Known as Good Queen Mold ;Matilda Dunkeld
MATILDA (EDYTHA, EADGITH), daughter of MALCOLM III & MARGARET
She was undoubtedly one of the busiest queens England ever had. In addition
to the supervision of the royal household and the part she played in the
coun cils of the King (she must have been consulted continually, for her
signature appears on more writs even that that of Eudes, the sewer), she was
left with s tate responsibilities for many long stretches when Henry crossed
the Channel t o fight a never-ending series of wars with his brother Robert of
Normandy and the French King. She was as pious as her sainted mother had
been, spending m uch time at her prayers and going each day in Lent to
Westminster Abbey with b are feet and dress of the coarsest haircloth to pary
and wash the feet of the poor. And of course she brought several children
into the world. ... She was fond of dress, as all beautiful women are, and
was responsible for many innov ations, as is always true of queens, beautiful
or not ... She was one of the f irst, if not the first, to wear the full
circular skirt which fell to the feet in volumninous folds, and to make use of
cords and tassels under the cloak to hold that necessary article in place ...
lacing went out completely, and loos e-fitting bodices came back into favor at
court. ... It is recorded that Queen Matilda had a pleasant voice and that she
encouraged the visits of minstrels and poets at court. Henry was fond of them
also. It is certian, however, tha t in his absence many a gallant waxed
unusually eloquent as he sought to pleas e with his sirventes the queen whose
delicate features reflected none of the coarseness of the Saxon face. It is
even more certain, however, that her inte rest was confined to the quality of
the voices and the poetic merit of the lin es and never in the singers
themselves. Matilda was a good wife as well as a queen above reproach. -
The Conquerors,Thomas B. Costain, p. 54
Before marry ing the king, the princess made a stiupulation. Before she would
leave the nu nnery, he must sign a charter which Englishmen had been parying
for, a guarant ee of the rights of indivuals and a promise to relinquish some
at least of the dictatorial practices of his father and borhter; in other
words, a return to constitutional rule as understood in the time of Edward the
Confessor. Henry agreed and the Charter was duly signed. It was a great
historic document .. The Charter of Henry I was the forerunner of Magna Charta
and as such should b e ranked high among the historic documents of all time. -
The Conquerors,Thoma s B. Costain, pp 55-56

NPFX Queen
GIVN Matilda
SURN MALCOM III
NSFX (Lady Godiva)
Name given her at birth was Edgyth, but the name was so unpronouncibl e
that she changed it to Matilda. She was also knowen in a derogitory
way as Godiva. This is the Lady Godiva that rode a horse down Main
street naked to sh ame her husband into ruling better.
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1 _KKNB See Historical Document.\0=\0:
1 _KKNBAncestral File Number:<AFN> 8XJ0-JL Parents: King Of Scotland Malcom III CANMORE III and Queen Of Scotland Margaret AETHELING. Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]104 They were married on 24 Jan 1120/21 in Westminster Abbey, London, England.5,15,20,35,49,50,81,105,113,115,128,157,224,227,249,263,377,422,527,528,829,2043 Reference Number:32490 Children were: \Princess Of England\ Euphemia SYBIL, Matilda (Adelaide) Of England QUEEN, Duke Of Normany\ Guillaume DE NORMANDY IV, \Prince Of England\ RICHARD, Illeg. Dau. Constance OF ENGLAND, Empress/Germany Matilda STUART, SYBIL, Matilda Of ENGLAND, Prince Of Englan William ATHELING, Maud Of ENGLAND, Duke Of Normandy\ William Audelin, RICHARD, Prince Of ENGLAND, Princess Of Elizabeth Joan PLANTAGENET, Constance FITZHENRY, Prince Of Englan Richard Prince Of ENGLAND, Prince Of Richard ENGLAND, Matilda England PLANTAGENET, ROBERT, "The Empress" Princess Of MATILDA, EUPHAMIA, "The Empress" MAUD, 1st Earl Of Gloucester Robert DE CAEN, Concubine Adelaide D'ANGERS.

Spouse: Count Of , Duke Of Narbon William IV Of TOULOUSE. Count Of , Duke Of Narbon William IV Of TOULOUSE and Princess Of Scotland Mathilda Edith MACMALCOLM were married in 1067 in <, Toulouse, France>. Children were: Cts De Toulouse Philippa Or Mathilde Of TOULOUSE.

Spouse: King Henry I OF ENGLAND. King Henry I OF ENGLAND and Princess Of Scotland Mathilda Edith MACMALCOLM were married in 1100.340 Children were: Matilda OF NORMANDY.


Living MACMILLAN.5,128

Spouse: Living LEARD. Children were: Living LEARD, Living LEARD, Living LEARD.


MACMURCHADA.10,212

Spouse: King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA. Children were: Enna Macdonnchada MACMURCHADA, Murchad MACMURCHADA.


Donall Kavanagh MACMURCHADA.613,720 Parents: King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH and Mor Ingen Muirchertaig O'TOOLE.


Donall Kavangh MACMURCHADA.10,212 Parents: King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH and Mor Ingen Muirchertaig O'TOOLE.


King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA7,10,37,212,537,613,720 was born about 1050 in Dublin, Ireland. He died in 1126 in Lough Carmen, Wexford, Ireland. He was also known as Edna. Feel Free to Download my Information, and if you find a link, please email me t o let me know. We are looking forward to finding all our relatives! :-) Parents: MURCHAD and SADB. Parents: . Parents: . Parents: .

Children were: Dermod Na GALL, King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH.

Spouse: Orlaith Ingen O'BRAENAIN. King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA and Orlaith Ingen O'BRAENAIN were married in . Children were: King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH.

Spouse: MACMURCHADA. Children were: Enna Macdonnchada MACMURCHADA, Murchad MACMURCHADA.


Enna Macdonnchada MACMURCHADA.10,212 Parents: King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA and MACMURCHADA.


Murchad MACMURCHADA.10,212 Parents: King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA and MACMURCHADA.


King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH7,37,72,537,613,720,2043,3234 was born in 1100 in Leinster, Ire. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 1 May 1171 in Ferns, Wexford, Eng.3234 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] 1 BIRT
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Feel Free to Download my Information, and if you find a link, please email me to let me know. We are looking forward to finding all our relatives! :-) Parents: King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA and Orlaith Ingen O'BRAENAIN. Parents: . Parents: King Of Leinster Donnchad Enna MACMURCHADA.

Spouse: Mor Ingen Muirchertaig O'TOOLE. King Of Leinster Dermot MACMURROUGH and Mor Ingen Muirchertaig O'TOOLE were married about 1140 in Lough Carmen, Wexford, Leinster, Ireland. 1 REFN 75585 Children were: Urlachan Of LEINSTER, Donall Kavangh MACMURCHADA, Donall Kavanagh MACMURCHADA, Countess Of Ireland Aoife LEINSTER, URLACHAN.

Spouse: DERVORGILLA.

Spouse: DERVORGILA.

Spouse: Derbforgaill Or Dervorgilla O'NEILL.


Eve Of Leinster Eva MACMURROUGH7,312 was born about 1140 in Leinster, Ireland. She died in 1177 in Waterford, Irel;And. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Eve of Leinster
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OCCU Aoife of Leinster ...
SOUR gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0001 says Lan caster, England;
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Spouse: 2nd Earl Of Pembroke Richard Fitzgilbert DE CLARE. 2Nd Earl Of Pembroke Richard Fitzgilbert DE CLARE and Eve Of Leinster Eva MACMURROUGH were married on 25 Aug 1171 in Waterford, Ireland. SOUR BOOTH.TAF (Compuserve) says 1170
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E. Loraine MACNAMARA3,360 was born on 25 Mar 1915 in Chapleay, Ontario, Canada.3,360 She died on 2 Jan 1977 in Southampton, Bruce Co, Ontario, Canada.3,360 She was buried Unknown in Mount Pleasant Cem, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.3,360 She is reference number 26257. Parents: William R. MACNAMARA and Violet E. BOYD.


William R. MACNAMARA3,360 was born about 1885.3,360 He died Unknown.3,360 He is reference number 26250.

Spouse: Violet E. BOYD. William R. MACNAMARA and Violet E. BOYD were married on 12 Apr 1910.3,360 Reference Number:506950 Children were: E. Loraine MACNAMARA.


Living MACNEAL.3

Spouse: Living PRESLEY. Children were: Living PRESLEY, Living PRESLEY, Living PRESLEY.


Living MACNIEL.377

Spouse: Living WHEELER.


Living MACNUTT.5,128


Living MACNUTT.5,128

Spouse: Living CAMRON.


Samuel MACOCK19,853 was born about 1594 in Yelvertoft, Northhamptonshire, England.19,853 He was christened on 7 Nov 1594 in Yelvertoft, Northhamptonshire, England.19,853,854 He was educated on 28 May 1611 in Shadwell School In Leicertershire And Jesus College, Cambridge.19,853,3273 He was educated on 15 May 1612 in Migrated To Caius College, Cambridge.19,853,3273 He immigrated on 10 Mar 1618 to Virginia.19,853,3273 He died on 22 Mar 1622 in Charles Hundred (Jamestown), Virginia.19,851,853,3273 Parents: Roger MAYCOCKE.

Spouse: Mary PIERCE. Children were: Sarah MACOCK.


Sarah MACOCK19,851 was born about 1622 in Virginia.19,853 She died about 1655 in Virginia.19,851 [jshinn2.ged]

Durham/Aycock
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ID: I5081540
Name: Sarah MACOCK
Sex: F
Birth: Abt 1622 in Virginia 1
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Event: Changed 29 Dec 1999
Note:
In the muster of 1624/5 Sarah was shown as born in Virginia and aged two years On 8 May 1626 the General Court in session issued an order "Sarah for four servants brought over in the Abigail, 1622, upon account of Mr. Samuel Maycock shall have 200 acres of land to be taken up by her in any place not formerly taken up" . This was apparently authority to vest title in a minor, Sarah being only four years of age. Samuel was her father, killed in the Indian massacre of 1622. Source - Adventurers of Purse and Person 1607-1624/5 Published by The Order of The First Families of Virginia, Third Edition, 1987, Page 416


Father: Samuel MACOCK b: 1594 in Yelvertoft. Northhamptonshire, England

Marriage 1 George PACE b: Abt 1610
Married: Abt 1637 in Charles City County VA
Note: CHAN 28 Dec 1999
Children
Richard PACE b: Abt 1638

Sources:
Author: Virginia Meyer and John F. Dorman
Title: Adventures of Purse and Person 1607-1624/5
Publication: Order of The First Families of Virginia Parents: Samuel MACOCK and Mary PIERCE.

Spouse: George PACE. George PACE and Sarah MACOCK were married in 1637 in James City, Virginia.19,851 Children were: Sr. Richard PACE.


Helen May MACOMB5,128 was born on 2 Jan 1902 in Paulina, Iowa.5,128 She died in Brookings, S.D..5,128 She is reference number 7651.

Spouse: Harold Emory HALSTEAD. Harold Emory HALSTEAD and Helen May MACOMB were married on 20 Sep 1921 in Brookings, SD.5 Reference Number:4211 Children were: Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Douglas Leland HALSTEAD, Marian Anita HALSTEAD, Merle Harold HALSTEAD, Jeanette Fae HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD.


Jane MACOMSON3 was born in 1687 in Fauldbey, Scotland.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 22392.

Spouse: Adam HOLLIDAY. Adam HOLLIDAY and Jane MACOMSON were married on 2 Oct 1708.3 Reference Number:448450 Children were: Samuel HOLLIDAY, Adam HOLLIDAY, John HOLLIDAY, Adam HOLLIDAY.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He was born about 973 in Macon, Seine-Et-Loire, France.5,16,20,128 He died in 975.16,20 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] Name Suffix:<NSFX> II; Count Macon
OCCU Count de Macon ...
SOUR Royalty for C ommoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 78;
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SOUR COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve) says ABT 981; www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 975;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 78 says 981/982;
GWA LTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) 508044674 says ABT 981
Count of Bourgogne - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Count of Burgundy - Royalty for
Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p . 78; The mother of Alberic is uncertain. ES,
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oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. S tuart, p. 78; Alberic II -
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OCCU Coun t de Macon ...
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 78;
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SOUR COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve) say s ABT 981; www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 975;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W . Stuart, p. 78 says 981/982;
GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) 508044674 says ABT 981
Count of Bourgogne - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Count of Burgundy - Royalty for
Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 78; The mother of Alberic is uncertain. ES,
III:439 says she is either Berta or Richilde. Many others say Ermentrude -
o yalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 78; Alberic II -
www.public.asu.ed u/bgertz/family/d0000

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DATE 27 APR 2000 Parents: . Parents: . Parents: Lietaud Et Besancon MACON and Richilde BURGUNDY. Parents: Count De Macon LEOTALD I and BERTA. Parents: . Parents: . Parents: Count Of Macon Lotalde I De MACON and RICHILDE.

Spouse: Countess Of Macon Ermentrude De Roucy RHEIMS. Count De Macon Alberic MACON II and Countess Of Macon Ermentrude De Roucy RHEIMS were married before 971 in . 1 REFN 52021_FREL Natural
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Spouse: Irmentrude DE ROUCY. Count De Macon Alberic MACON II and Irmentrude DE ROUCY were married in 967. CHAN2 Mar 2002

CHAN2 Mar 2002 Children were: Béatrix DE MACON.


Anna Moleta MACON3,713 was born on 12 Jun 1895.3,713 She died on 5 Oct 1974.3,713 She is reference number 67254. Parents: Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER.

Spouse: Talmadge NEESE. Talmadge NEESE and Anna Moleta MACON were married WFT Est 1909-1941.3,713 Reference Number:1119263


Ashworth MACON3,713 was born WFT Est 1847-1879.3,713 He died WFT Est 1906-1962.3,713 He is reference number 67084.

Spouse: Flora Jane SPENCER. Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER were married WFT Est 1884-1916.3,713 Reference Number:1117622 Children were: Clarence Monroe MACON, Anna Moleta MACON, Edith Emily MACON, Ernest Michael MACON, Blanche MACON.


Attela De MACON7,98,100 was born about 873 in Macon, Bourgogne, France. Parents: . Parents: .

Spouse: ALBERIC. ALBERIC and Attela De MACON were married in 924 in . Children were: Lietaud Et Besancon MACON, Humbert I De SALINS.


Beatrix Of MACON7,27,261 was born WFT Est 967-990. She died WFT Est 988-1074. Parents: Count Of Burgundy Otto GUILLAUME and Hermentrude Of ROUCY.

Spouse: I GEOFFREY. I GEOFFREY and Beatrix Of MACON were married WFT Est 981-1027.263 Children were: Count Of\Gastinois\ Geoffroy CHATEAULANDO II.


Blanche MACON3,713 was born on 29 Jun 1904.3,713 She died on 1 Dec 1906.3,713 She is reference number 67257. Parents: Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER.


Clarence Monroe MACON3,713 was born on 12 Jun 1893.3,713 He died on 27 Oct 1970.3,713 He is reference number 67253. Parents: Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER.

Spouse: Julia ROMER. Clarence Monroe MACON and Julia ROMER were married. Reference Number:1119252


Daughter Of MACON.331,764 Parents: Count Lietaud Of MACON and Bertha DE TROYES.

Spouse: Count De Roucy Gilbert DE ROUCY. Children were: Lietaud MARLE I, Yvette DE ROUCY, Count Ebles I DE ROUCY.


Edith Emily MACON3,713 was born on 29 Jan 1899.3,713 She died in 1982.3,713 She is reference number 67255. Parents: Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER.

Spouse: James Talton BOWMAN. James Talton BOWMAN and Edith Emily MACON were married WFT Est 1913-1946.3,713 Reference Number:1119278


Ernest Michael MACON3,713 was born on 12 Oct 1901.3,713 He died on 23 Aug 1973.3,713 He is reference number 67256. Parents: Ashworth MACON and Flora Jane SPENCER.

Spouse: Living HAYWORTH.


Gerberga MACON.21,32 Parents: Otto Guillame DE BURGUNDY and Countess Of Macon Ermentrude De Roucy RHEIMS.


Gerberge MACON7,21,32 was born in 956 in France.32 Parents: Letald MACON and Countess Of Bourgogne Adela 'Were' DE TROYES.

Spouse: Marquis Of Ivrea Adalbert I De IVREA. Marquis Of Ivrea Adalbert I De IVREA and Gerberge MACON were married. Children were: Otto Guillame DE BURGUNDY.

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