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Mary MATHIS7,234 was born on 3 May 1789 in Great Egg Harbor, NJ. She died on 12 Jan 1866.

Spouse: Isaac RISLEY. Isaac RISLEY and Mary MATHIS were married on 3 May 1812. Children were: William David RISLEY, Isaac Wesley RISLEY, Etta B. RISLEY, Eliza Ann RISLEY, Thomas RISLEY, Joshua Soule RISLEY, Francis RISLEY, Martha RISLEY, Paul Caleb RISLEY, John Mathis RISLEY, Nathaniel Chew RISLEY.


Sarah MATHIS.394

Spouse: James PAYNE. Children were: Grace PAYNE.


E. C. MATHISON3,879 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37567.

Spouse: Alice M. BOYD. E. C. MATHISON and Alice M. BOYD were married on 13 Dec 1890 in Guthrie County, Iowa.3,879 Reference Number:692540 Children were: Joe MATHISON.


Joe MATHISON3,879 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37568. Parents: E. C. MATHISON and Alice M. BOYD.


Don Verch MATHONWY.70

Spouse: King Of Britain Beli Mawr SOVEREIGN. Children were: King Of Britain Lludd Llaw ERIENT.


MATILDA.394

Spouse: Lord Of Eyton William DE EYTON. Children were: Lord Of Eyton Peter III DE EYTON.


MATILDA.404

Spouse: Andrew MORROW. Children were: Mary Evelyn MORROW.


MATILDA3,203,206 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 41709.

Spouse: William BLUMAN. William BLUMAN and MATILDA were married. Reference Number:750184 Children were: Living BLUMAN.


MATILDA.37 Parents: The Conqueror/Duke Of Nor Guillaume DE NORMANDIE and Countess Of Flanders Mathilda MATILDA.


MATILDA I.213

Spouse: L Vibius SABINUS. Children were: Rupilla FAUSTINIA.

Spouse: Libo R. FRUGI.

Spouse: MINDIUS.


MATILDA.79

Spouse: William De BRAIOSE. Children were: Lord Of Bramber William De BRAIOSE.


MATILDA.72,3301

Spouse: Pharamus Of Martic DE TINGRY. Children were: Sybilla De Boulogne TINGRIE.


MATILDA.10

Spouse: Pharamond Paramus De TINGRY. Children were: Sybil Of Boulogne De TINGRY.


MATILDA.340,341

Spouse: Guillaume DE TURENNE. Children were: Boso I DE TURENNE.


MATILDA.340,341

Spouse: Baron Geoffrey I DE DONZY. Children were: Savarie DE VERGY, Baron Herve I DE DONZY.


MATILDA.340,657

Spouse: Count Reginhert OF RINGLEHEIM. Children were: Count Dietrich RINGELHEIM.


Princess Of \Holy Roman E MATILDA.71,72 Parents: Prince Of The Franks\ Louis I Of MARTEL and Princess Of Hesbain Ermengarde Or Irmengarde HESBAIN OR HESBAYE.


MATILDA.378 Parents: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I.


MATILDA7,37 died in 1017. Parents: Duke Of Normandy Richard LONGSWORD I and Emma DE BOURGOGNE.


"The Empress" Princess Of MATILDA7,328 died on 10 Sep 1167 in Notre Dame, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France. She was buried on 10 Sep 1167 in Bec Abbey, Le Bec-Hellouin, Eure, France. She was also known as Princess Of England. She was born in London, Middlesex, England. Parents: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I and Princess Of Scotland Mathilda Edith MACMALCOLM.


Countess Of Ittergau MATILDA7,25,26 was born about 800.25 She died after 21 Nov 838.25 Also Known As:<_AKA> /Ida/
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Countess of Ittergau
Created b y:
Pat Adams
2111 Albemarle Terrace
Brooklyn, NY 11226-3905
(718) 469-4032 Parents: Count Dietrich The Riparian.

Spouse: Count Of Ittergau EKBERT. Count Of Ittergau EKBERT and Countess Of Ittergau MATILDA were married. Children were: Countess Of Rigelthei MATILDA.


Countess Of Rigelthei MATILDA7,25,26 was born about 825.25 She died about 909.25 Also Known As:<_AKA> Lady /Matilda/
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Countess of Rigelthei
Data Source:
Gedcom G419
Submitted to Broderbund by:
Robert W. McGahuey
203 Willowbrook Court
Winchester, VA 22602
(540) 723-8974

Created by:
Pat A dams
2111 Albemarle Terrace
Brooklyn, NY 11226-3905
(718) 469-4032 Parents: Count Of Ittergau EKBERT and Countess Of Ittergau MATILDA.

Spouse: Count Of Ringelthei REGINHERT. Children were: Count Of Ringelheim DIETRICH.


MATILDA7,122,262 was born in 980 in France. She died in 1024.

Spouse: Seigneur De , Sire D'ale William BELLEME. Seigneur De , Sire D'ale William BELLEME and MATILDA were married about 991 in France. Children were: Count D' \Alencon\ William Talvas DE BELEME, Warin De Belleme De DOMFRONT.


MATILDA7,37,129 was born in 1086. She died on 25 Nov 1120. GEDCOM line 59623 not recognizable or too long:
() 2 GIVN Matilda

Weis' "An cestral Roots . . ." (153:24A).

Died in the white ship.

Per Cokayne IX, A pp D,p112, she was an illegitimate daughter of Henry I
by EDITH, born 1086, di ed 25 Nov 1120. Parents: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I and Edith FITZFORNE. Parents: Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY and EDITH.


MATILDA7,378 was born about 1090. She died on 25 Nov 1120 in Drowned In The White Ship. Parents: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I and EDITH.


Ab Of Fontevraul MATILDA7,111 was born in 1111. She died in 1154. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Ab of Fontevraul
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Ab of Fontevraul Parents: Ct De Anjou\ Fulk V Le Grand ANJOU V and Countess Of Anjo Ermengarde DU MAINE.


MATILDA7,85,97,212 was born about 1118 in Durham, England.

Spouse: Bernard De BALIOL. Bernard De BALIOL and MATILDA were married in . Children were: Reginald De BALIOL, Bernard II De BALIOL.


MATILDA7,95,222 was born in 1216 in Of, Warsop, Nottingham, England. She died after 1250 in Of, Warsop, Nottingham, England. Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 979W-NV

Spouse: William SUTTON. William SUTTON and MATILDA were married about 1247. Children were: Robert SUTTON.


MATILDA7,611,838 was born about 1273 in England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She died before 16 Feb 1307/8. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]

Spouse: Hugh MORTIMER. Hugh MORTIMER and MATILDA were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Joan MORTIMER.

Spouse: Roger CHEADLE. Roger CHEADLE and MATILDA were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Mary CHEADLE.


MATILDA7,43 was born about 1373 in , , England.

Spouse: Walter De MONTGOMERY. Walter De MONTGOMERY and MATILDA were married in , , England. Children were: Nicholas De MONTGOMERY.


MATILDA5,128 was born about 1786.5,128

Spouse: Whitehead HALSTEAD. Whitehead HALSTEAD and MATILDA were married.


MATILDA3,387,939 was born about 1808 in KY.3,387,939 She died Unknown.3,387 She is reference number 61954.

Spouse: Isaac POWEL. Isaac POWEL and MATILDA were married. Reference Number:1049639 Children were: Charles W. POWEL, William B. POWEL, Simpson POWEL, Mary Jane POWEL, Benjamin F. POWEL, Christopher C. POWEL, Nancy E. POWEL.


MATILDA3,401,3302 was born about 1830 in Floyd Co., KY.3,401 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 74759.

Spouse: Owen MILLER. Owen MILLER and MATILDA were married. Reference Number:1231600 Children were: Meridith MILLER, Cyrena MILLER, Franklin MILLER, Morgan MILLER, Jacob MILLER.


MATILDA3,333 was born in 1880.3,333 She died in 1956.3,333 She is reference number 101174.

Spouse: James Roy SEAMSTER. James Roy SEAMSTER and MATILDA were married. Reference Number:1609516


Charlotte MATILDA5,128 was born in 1812.5,128

Spouse: Samuel Powell HALSTEAD. Samuel Powell HALSTEAD and Charlotte MATILDA were married in 1841.5 Children were: Mary Graham HALSTEAD, Justin Joshua HALSTEAD.


Countess Of Flanders Mathilda MATILDA7,27,35,36,37,45,54,64,130,177,261,340,341,377,378,497,986,987 was born in 1031 in Flanders.15,20,35,50,157,158,377 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]115 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]519 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] She died on 2 Nov 1083 in Caen, Normandy, France.35,340,377,3303 She was buried on 2 Nov 1083 in Holy Trinity, Abbey, Caen, Normandy.377 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]115 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]519 She was also known as Maud. She was christened in France - Dtr Of Baldwin Of Flanders. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]201 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] Name Suffix:<NSFX> [QUEEN OF ENGLAN
OCCU Maud of Flanders ...
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve)&COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1035;FR.TXT say 1031;
NORM.TAF says 1035;GWALTNEY.ANC 31752811 ABT 1031;HAWKINS.GED says ABT 1031;
1CHARL.TX T (Compuserve) says CIR 1032;Royalty for Commoners, says 1032
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve),#460; 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve);
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 103;
COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says 2 Nov 1083;GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuse rve) 13 Apr 1083
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve), #460;
Maud of Flanders; Sister of Count Baldwin of Flanders
Born about 1035;died about 1083;married about 10 47
Matilda (Maud) de Flandres - COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 2
Matilda o f Flanders - Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,p. 210
Mathilda o f Flanders - ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve)
MATILDA DE FLANDERS, daughter of BALDWIN V and ADELA: The lady was it seems of diminutive size, but she appears nonethel ess to have been one of the few who were not overawed by her formidable
husban d, and on occasion she could act as regent for him.
William on his part is s tated to have been notoriously devoted to her so that she may have had some per sonal influence on his career. But it was the political implications of this m atch which were
from the first important. The marriage took place
despite p apal
prohibition. (allegedly on grounds of consanguinity), and for this reason William's relations with the papacy were to be strained for nearly a decade, u ntil in 1059 Pope Alexander II sanctioned the
marriage, and William and his wi fe in return undertook
to build the two great monasteries in Caen which today commemorate them so worthily in stone - The Norman Conquest, C.T. Chevallier, pp. 60-61
Duchess of Normandy, Queen of England - Royalty for Commoners, Roder ick W. Stuart, p. 102

OCCU Maud of Flanders ...
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve )&COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1035;FR.TXT say 1031;
NORM.TAF says 1035;GW ALTNEY.ANC 31752811 ABT 1031;HAWKINS.GED says ABT 1031;
1CHARL.TXT (Compuserv e) says CIR 1032;Royalty for Commoners, says 1032
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve) ,#460; 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve);
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 103;
COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says 2 Nov 1083;GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) 13 Apr 1083
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve), #460;
Maud of Flanders; Sister of Count Ba ldwin of Flanders
Born about 1035;died about 1083;married about 1047
Matilda (Maud) de Flandres - COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 2
Matilda of Flanders - Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,p. 210
Mathilda of Flanders - ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve)
MATILDA DE FLANDERS, daughter of BALDWIN V and ADELA: The lady was it seems of diminutive size, but she appears nonetheless to have been one of the few who were not overawed by her formidable
husband, and on oc casion she could act as regent for him.
William on his part is stated to hav e been notoriously devoted to her so that she may have had some personal influe nce on his career. But it was the political implications of this match which w ere
from the first important. The marriage took place
despite papal
prohib ition. (allegedly on grounds of consanguinity), and for this reason William's r elations with the papacy were to be strained for nearly a decade, until in 1059 Pope Alexander II sanctioned the
marriage, and William and his wife in return undertook
to build the two great monasteries in Caen which today commemorate them so worthily in stone - The Norman Conquest, C.T. Chevallier, pp. 60-61
D uchess of Normandy, Queen of England - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuar t, p. 102

OCCU Maud of Flanders ...
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve)&COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) says ABT 1035;FR.TXT say 1031;
NORM.TAF says 1035;GWALTNEY.ANC 31752811 ABT 1031;HAWKINS.GED says ABT 1031;
1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve) says CIR 1032;Royalty for Commoners, says 1032
SOUR COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve),#460; 1CHAR L.TXT (Compuserve);
Royalty for Commoners, RoderAncestral File Number:<AFN> 8XHZ-T2
TITL Garner, Lorraine Ann "Lori" PUBL P.O. Box 577, Bayview, ID 83803
Her sources included, but may not be l imited to: Burke's Landed Gentry, Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerage, Burke's Pe erage of American Presidents, Debrett's Peerage, Oxford histories & "numerous other reference works"
very good to excellent, although she has a tendency to follow Burke's Hardcopy notes of Lori Garner Elmore.
MEDI Letter
TITL Royalty for Commoners AUTH Roderick W. Stuart
PUBL Genealogical Publishing Com p, Baltimore, 1993
subtitled The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, son of Edward III King of England & Queen Philippa. Reviewed in TAG, April 1994 by Dr. David H. Kelly
MEDI Book PAGE p 103
TITL University of Hull Royal Dat abase (England) AUTH Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
PUBL copyr ight 1994, 1995, 1996
usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lin es, mythological figures, etc
WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@t ardis.ed.ac.uk
MEDI Electronic
TEXT b abt 1031
TITL Ahnentafel for Margery A rundel AUTH Marlyn Lewis PUBL 08 Oct 1997
MEDI Manuscript
TEX T b 1032
TEXT buried at Caen, Normandy
TITL Lineage & Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
AUTH Gerald Paget PUBL Skilton, Edinburgh 1977
MEDI Book PAGE Vol I p 56
TEXT b 1032
TEXT buried at Caen, Normandy
TI TL PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar PUBL WWW webmaster@PrenticeNet.com
http://www.prenticenet.com/roots/surnames/ancient/2caesar.htm MEDI Electr onic
TEXT d 1067
TITL Stemmata Illustria
PUBL 1825
MEDI Book
TEXT d 1067
_FA1 PLAC Interred: Holy Trinity Abbey, Caen, Normandy, France.
_FA2 PLAC Serv ed as William's Regent in Normandy during & after the invasion of England.

E S II:5Name Suffix:<NSFX> Countess
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XHZ-T2 ig
GEN: See H istorical Document.1 _KKNB
1 _KKNB See Historical Document.\0=\0:
1 _KKNBName Prefix:<NPFX> CountessName Suffix:<NSFX> [Queen Of Englan
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XHZ-T2
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NAME Matilda (Maud) Counte ss Of /FLANDERS/

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[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 81, 89, 140, 141; K and Q of Britain; Kraentzler 1062, 1157,
1218, 1241, 1265, 1342, 1346, 1350, 1371; Coe; A. Roots 162, 169; Guizot's
"France"; AIS; Pfafman; Davis.
Duchess of Normandy and Queen of England.
She was the ancestress of English ru lers down to the present time (1991).
Two death dates: 2 or 3 Nov. 1083. No me ntion in all this of a second hubby
as claimed by Kraentzler in line 1371. The chart, source unknown, says William
was her second husband. Her first was Ger bod de Flandre, Advocate of the
Abbey St. Bertin and St. Omer. Their daughter, Gundreda of Chester, married
William de Warenne, First Earl of Surrey. SileRi ce in her novel, The Saxon
Tapestry, says Matilda had a daughter, Gundrada,by an unnamed first husband.
All other sources say Gundred/Gundrada was the daugh ter of William I, and
birth dates given would so indicate. Also, referring to Matilda (page 354),
"And her own daughter was the wife of Earl Warenne"--indi cating this daughter
was not the daughter of William I.
AIS: Matilda of Fland ers, born about 1031, Flandre, Belgium; died 2 Nov.
1083, Caen, France.
K-135 0: Mathilde de Frandre, "Maid of Flandre". Born about 1031, Flandre,
Belgium; died 2 Nov. 1082, Caen, Calvados, France.

Source: Kraentzler 1371.
K: Gerbo d de Flandre, Advocate of the Abbey St. Bertin and St. Omer.
K. and a chart, s ource unknown, are the only sources I've seen saying Matilda of
Flanders was m arried to anyone besides William the Conqueror.

Guizot says:
Matilda, daugh ter of Baldwin "The Debonnair," one of the most powerful
lords of the day,was "beautiful, well-informed, firm in the faith, a model of
virtue and modesty." And William asked for her hand in marriage. But she
replied, "I would liefer b e veiled nun than given in marriage to a bastard."
(The above quotes apparentl y are from a chronicle of the period, but Guizot
does not name the chronicler) .
William was hurt, but he decided he would have to gain more fame and power
before trying again. Guizot says, "Some years later, being firmly established
in Normandy, dreaded by all his neighbors, and already showing some
foreshadow ings of his design upon England, he renewed his matrimonial quest in
Flanders, but after so strange a fashion that, in spite of contemporary
testimony,sever al of the modern historians, in their zeal, even at so distant
a period,for ob servance of the proprieties, reject as fabulous the story which
is hererelated on authority of the most detailed account amongst all the
chronicles which co ntain it."
This chronicle relates: "A little after that Duke William had heard how the
damsel had made answer, he took of his folk, and went privilyto Lille , where
the Duke of Flanders and his wife and his daughter then were.He entere d into
the hall, and, passing on as if to do some business, went into the coun tess's
chamber, and there found the damsel daughter of Count Baldwin. Her took her by
the tresses, dragged her round the chamber, trampled her under foot, a nd did
beat her soundly. Then he strode forth from the chamber, leapt upon his horse,
which was being held for him before the hall, struck in his spurs, and went his
way. At this deed was Count Baldwin much enraged; and whenmatters ha d thus
remained a while, Duke William sent once more to Count Baldwin to parle y again
of the marriage. The count sounded his daughter on the subject, and sh e
answered that it pleased her well. So the nuptials took place with very grea t
joy. And after the aforesaid matters, Count Baldwin, laughing withal, asked his
daughter, wherefore she had so liFor many years it was assumed that Gundred, who married William de Warrene, was a daughter of William I and Matilda (as indicated in The Plantagenet Ancestry) . However it is now known that Gundred was a daughter of Gherbod the Fleming ( as indicated in Ancestral Roots). The following information strongly suggests that Gundred's mother was Matilda (thus the mistaken notion that she was daught er of William I).

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Had Matild a of Flanders as many husbands as Adelaide, Countess of Ponthieu, and, like her , issue by each? What was the real cause of the inhibition of her marriage with William, Duke of Normandy, its delay for six years? What truth is there in th e story of her unreturned affection for the Angio-Saxon Brihtric Meaw, and of h er vindictive conduct to him after she became Queen of England? I have hesitate d to believe in the popular tradition that Duke William grossly assaulted the d aughter of Baldwin in the street or in her own chamber, not that I have any dou bt about his being capable of such an outrage, but because he was too politic t o commit it, and she was not the woman to have forgiven it, assuming that the o ffence was the simple refusal of his hand on the ground of his illegitimacy. It is obvious, however, that the early life of Matilda is involved in mystery, an d it is highly probable that a clearer insight into it would enable us to accou nt for much which we now reject as legend, or fail to reconcile with acknowledg ed facts. If there be any foundation for the story of William's brutality, the outburst of ungovernable fury might have been due to a much greater provocation than has been assigned for it. Brihtric, the son of Algar or Alfar, sumamed Me aw (Snow), from the extreme fairness of his complexion, an Anglo-Saxon Thegn, p ossessor of large domains in England, had been sent on an embassy from King Edw ard the Confessor to the Connt of Flanders. Matilda, we are told, fell desperat ely in love with him, and offered herself to him in marriage! Either disgusted by her forwardness, or preferring another, he declined the flattering proposal. "Hell hath no fury like a woman foiled," and she kept her wrath warm till she was in a position to ruin the man she had so passionately loved. She had no soo ner become the Queen of England than she induced William to confiscate, on some pretence, all Brihtric's estates, and obtained the greater proportion for hers elf. The unfortunate Thegn was arrested at his house at Hanley, in Worcestershi re, on the very day Saint Wulfstan had consecrated a chapel of his building, dr agged to Winchester, and died in a dungeon! The truth of this story is supporte d by the impartial evidence of Domesday, in which Hanley and the principal mano rs held by Brihtric in the time of King Edward are recorded as the possessions of Queen Matilda, and the remainder passed to Fitz Hamon.

After her hand had been rejected by the noble Saxon, it is presumed she became the wife of a Flem ing, named Gherbod, who appears to have held the hereditary office of Advocate of the Abbey of Saint Bertin, in St. Omers, and by whom she had at least two ch ildren, viz., Gherbod, to whom William gave the earldom of Chester, and Gundred , "the sister of Gherbod," and wife of William de Warren. Was this a clandestin e or an informal marriage, which, as it has never been acknowledged by any chro nicler, contemporary or other, might have been unknown to the Duke of Normandy, when he proposed to one whom he believed to be the maiden daughter of the Coun t of Flanders, and the corporal chastisement inflicted, however unworthy of a m an, passed over, sub silentio, for prudential reasons, by the parties wlio had been guilty of a disgraceful suppression of facts[kkgedcom[1]2.FTW]

See Historical Document.For many years it was assumed that Gundred, who married William de Warrene, was a daughter of William I and Matilda (as indicated in The Plantagenet Ancestry) . However it is now known that Gundred was a daughter of Gherbod the Fleming ( as indicated in Ancestral Roots). The following information strongly suggests that Gundred's mother was Matilda (thus the mistaken notion that she was daught er of William I).

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Had Matild a of Flanders as many husbands as Adelaide, Countess of Ponthieu, and, like her , issue by each? What was the real cause of the inhibition of her marriage with William, Duke of Normandy, its delay for six years? What truth is there in th e story of her unreturned affection for the Angio-Saxon Brihtric Meaw, and of h er vindictive conduct to him after she became Queen of England? I have hesitate d to believe in the popular tradition that Duke William grossly assaulted the d aughter of Baldwin in the street or in her own chamber, not that I have any dou bt about his being capable of such an outrage, but because he was too politic t o commit it, and she was not the woman to have forgiven it, assuming that the o ffence was the simple refusal of his hand on the ground of his illegitimacy. It is obvious, however, that the early life of Matilda is involved in mystery, an d it is highly probable that a clearer insight into it would enable us to accou nt for much which we now reject as legend, or fail to reconcile with acknowledg ed facts. If there be any foundation for the story of William's brutality, the outburst of ungovernable fury might have been due to a much greater provocation than has been assigned for it. Brihtric, the son of Algar or Alfar, sumamed Me aw (Snow), from the extreme fairness of his complexion, an Anglo-Saxon Thegn, p ossessor of large domains in England, had been sent on an embassy from King Edw ard the Confessor to the Connt of Flanders. Matilda, we are told, fell desperat ely in love with him, and offered herself to him in marriage! Either disgusted by her forwardness, or preferring another, he declined the flattering proposal. "Hell hath no fury like a woman foiled," and she kept her wrath warm till she was in a position to ruin the man she had so passionately loved. She had no soo ner become the Queen of England than she induced William to confiscate, on some pretence, all Brihtric's estates, and obtained the greater proportion for hers elf. The unfortunate Thegn was arrested at his house at Hanley, in Worcestershi re, on the very day Saint Wulfstan had consecrated a chapel of his building, dr agged to Winchester, and died in a dungeon! The truth of this story is supporte d by the impartial evidence of Domesday, in which Hanley and the principal mano rs held by Brihtric in the time of King Edward are recorded as the possessions of Queen Matilda, and the remainder passed to Fitz Hamon.

After her hand had been rejected by the noble Saxon, it is presumed she became the wife of a Flem ing, named Gherbod, who appears to have held the hereditary office of Advocate of the Abbey of Saint Bertin, in St. Omers, and by whom she had at least two ch ildren, viz., Gherbod, to whom William gave the earldom of Chester, and Gundred , "the sister of Gherbod," and wife of William de Warren. Was this a clandestin e or an informal marriage, which, as it has never been acknowledged by any chro nicler, contemporary or other, might have been unknown to the Duke of Normandy, when he proposed to one whom he believed to be the maiden daughter of the Coun t of Flanders, and the corporal chastisement inflicted, however unworthy of a m an, passed over, sub silentio, for prudential reasons, by the parties wlio had been guilty of a disgraceful suppression of facts Parents: Count Of Flanders Baldwin V DE LILLE and Princess Adele Alix HAVOISE. Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: . Parents: Count Of Flanders Baldwin V DE LILLE and Adel OF FRANCE. Parents: Count Of Flanders Baudouin IV LE BARBU and Princess Adele Alix HAVOISE. Parents: Count Of Flanders Baldwin V DE LILLE and Princess Adele Alix HAVOISE.

Spouse: The Conqueror/Duke Of Nor Guillaume DE NORMANDIE. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] They were married in 1050 in Castle Of Angi, Normandy, France.15,20,30,32,35,50,114,116,152,158,201,223,227,263,377,519,986,2428,2429,2430 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2457 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] _UID7C079E75D325064F8373EF1E273A459C2819 Children were: Duke Of Normandy/Prince Robert II Prince Of England Duke Of NORMANDY II, Duke Of Robert CURTHOSE II, Sibylla DE NORMANDY, MATILDA, King WILLIAMII, Gundrade De NORMANDY, Duke Of Normandy Robert III CURTHOSE III, Prince Of England\ Richard DE NORMANDY, AGATHA, King Of England\ WILLIAM II, ** CONSTANCE, \Duke Of Bernay\ RICHARD, Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY, Duke Of Normandy\ Robert III DE NORMANDIE II, Duc De Bernay De Normand Y RICHARD, Princess Of England \\ Cecilia ENGLAND, Lord/Nottingham William PEVERELL II, Princess Of Adela DE NORMANDY, Adelidis DE NORMANDY, William II King Of ENGLAND, William II RUFUS, Caen CECILIA Abbess Of Caen Trinity, Princess Of Alice DE NORMANDY, King Of England\ WILLIAM II, King Of England WILLIAM Rufus, Countess Of Sur, Princess Gundrada DE ST. OMER, Princess Of Margaret ENGLAND, Matilda DE NORMANDY, Princess Of Constance ENGLAND, Princess Of England\ Agatha DE NORMANDY, Princess Of England\ Adeliza DE NORMANDY, Alixadele DE BLOIS, Princess Of England\ Mathilda, Princess Of England\ Agatha Matilda ENGLAND, Princess Of England\ ADELA, King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I, Princess Of Anna DE NORMANDY, Princess Of England Adela De NORMANDY, Princess Of Maud Margaret ENGLAND.

Spouse: Gerbod FLEMINGS. Gerbod FLEMINGS and Countess Of Flanders Mathilda MATILDA were married. _STATMARRIED Children were: Countess Of Sur, Princess Gundrada DE ST. OMER.

Children were: Gundred OF ENGLAND, Duke Robert II OF NORMANDY, Lord/Nottingham William PEVERELL II, William II OF ENGLAND, Adela OF ENGLAND, King Henry I OF ENGLAND.

Spouse: 1st Earl Of Chester Gerbod Of ST. OMER. 1St Earl Of Chester Gerbod Of ST. OMER and Countess Of Flanders Mathilda MATILDA were married in <, Normandy, France>. Children were: Gerbod CHESTER II, Countess Of Sur, Princess Gundrada DE ST. OMER.

Spouse: At St. Bertin Gerbod Of Advocate ST OMER. At St. Bertin Gerbod Of Advocate ST OMER and Countess Of Flanders Mathilda MATILDA were married. GEN: See Historical Document.1 _KKNB
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Maud MATILDA7,535 was born about 1065. She died about 1065.

Spouse: Count Of Burgundy Eudes I BOREL I. Count Of Burgundy Eudes I BOREL I and Maud MATILDA were married. Children were: Alix Ala DE BOURGOGNE.


Maud De Flanders MATILDA.37

Spouse: Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY. Children were: Matilda MAUD.


Of Scotland Atheling MATILDA7,177,313 was born in 1079. She died in 1118 in Westminster Palace, London, England. 1 NAME Princess Of Scotland /Matilda/
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Spouse: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I. King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I and Of Scotland Atheling MATILDA were married. _UID81E5CCB97B2DA047B56650CD975D53BBB4A1 Children were: Elizabeth STUART, Empress/Germany Matilda STUART.


[Countess Of Flanders] Princess Of The Franks MATILDA.33 Parents: King Of France Louis TRANSMARINUS IV and Queen Of France Gerberge Auceps Of FRANCE.


Unknown MATILDA7,27,261 was born WFT Est 1060-1084. She died WFT Est 1103-1172.

Spouse: Edward DEVEREAUX. Edward DEVEREAUX and Unknown MATILDA were married WFT Est 1089-1123.263 Children were: Walter Fitz Edward DEVEREAUX.


Unknown MATILDA.573

Spouse: William De SNEDE. Children were: Henry De SNEDE.


Unknown MATILDA7,27,261,537 was born about 1128.

Spouse: Patrick De Salisbury Earl Of SALISBURY. Patrick De Salisbury Earl Of SALISBURY and Unknown MATILDA were married. Children were: 2nd Earl Of Salisbury William FITZ PATRICK.

Spouse: Bernald DE ST. VALERIE IV. Bernald DE ST. VALERIE IV and Unknown MATILDA were married. Children were: Lady Of Lahaie Maud De SAINT VALERY.


Empress Of Germany MATILDA OF OLDENBURGH, EMPRESS OF GERMAN7,26,73,1021,1022 was buried in Mar 967/68.25 She was born WFT Est 871-892.73,1021 She died WFT Est 915-980.73,1021 Also Known As:<_AKA> Matilda of Westphalia /Saint Maud/, Mechtilde
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Brøderbund World Fami ly Tree #8, Pedigree #2216
Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #3712

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Churchyard/Orr Family Museum - C hart of Lineal Ancestors
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Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants
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Second wife of Henry I, the Fowler

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(71 8) 469-4032 Parents: Count Of Ringelheim DIETRICH and Countess Of Ringelheim LUDMILLA.

Spouse: Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY. Emperor/Germany Henry I Of The Germans SAXONY and Empress Of Germany MATILDA OF OLDENBURGH, EMPRESS OF GERMAN were married in 911.73,74,134,503,1021 Children were: Archbishop Cologne Bruno Of GERMANY, Margrava Of Este ADELHEID, Duke Of Bavaria Unknown HENRY, DUKE OF BAVARIA, Queen Of France Gerberge Auceps Of FRANCE, Countess Of Paris\ Hedwig Of SAXONY, THANKMAR, King Of Germany Otto I OF GERMANY.


Unknown MATILDAMAUD7,69 was born in 1156. She died in 1189. Parents: II HENRY and Queen Of France & England Eleanor AQUITAINE.


Countess Of Savoy MATILDE7,11,12,13,14 was born in 1125 in Of, Chambbery, Savoie, France.12,13 She died on 4 Nov 1157 in , Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.12,13 She was also known as Maud. She was buried Unknown in Igreja Santa Cruz, Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.12,13 Ancestral File Number:<AFN> MLKS-RW
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Please use this information at your own risk. Every effort has b een taken to verify the accuracy but you are responsible for your own research. Parents: .

Spouse: Affonso I. Affonso I and Countess Of Savoy MATILDE were married before Jul 1146 in Of, Chambbery, Savoie, Medieval States.12,13 Children were: Queen Leon Urraca AFFONSEZ.


Of Vienne MATILDE7,313 died after 1145.

Spouse: Amadeus III DEMAURIENNE. Amadeus III DEMAURIENNE and Of Vienne MATILDE were married. Children were: Matilda DEMAURIENNE, Count Of Savoy Humbert III De MAURIENNE.


Unknown MATILDE7,27,261 died in Mar 1098/99. She was born WFT Est 1038-1074. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Parents: GERVASE.

Spouse: Helie De ANJOU. Helie De ANJOU and Unknown MATILDE were married WFT Est 1056-1096.263 Children were: EREMBOURG.


Living MATIYOSHI.377

Spouse: Living ONO. Children were: Living ONO, Living ONO, Living ONO, Living ONO.


Minnie Ellen MATKINS3,38 was born on 2 Aug 1872 in Sullivan Co., MO.3,38 She died on 24 Aug 1931 in Milan, Sullivan Co., MO..3,38 She was buried Unknown in Bairdstown Cem, Sullivan Co., MO.3,38 She is reference number 21144.

Spouse: Arthur Wilson BOYD. Arthur Wilson BOYD and Minnie Ellen MATKINS were married on 25 Dec 1892 in Sullivan Co., MO..3,38 Reference Number:346884 Children were: Guy BOYD, Cleo BOYD, Esther BOYD, Glenn BOYD, Robert BOYD.

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