OF VERMANDOIS.149 Parents:
Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and
Hildebrante OF NEUSTRASIA.|
Adelaide OF VERMANDOIS.340,341 Parents: .
Albert I 'The Pious' OF VERMANDOIS.149 Parents: Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and Hildebrante OF NEUSTRASIA. Parents: Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and Adela DE PARIS OF NEUSTRIA. Parents: Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and Liegarde OF NORMANDY.
Spouse: Gerberge OF LORRAINE.
Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II7,54 was born in 885 in Vermandois, Normandy, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 23 Feb 929/30 in St. Quentin, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]340 He was also known as Herbert II Of Vermandois.340,657 He was also known as Herbert II Archbishop Of Rheims Of Vermandois.149 Name Prefix:<NPFX> Count/2 source says Herbert II is married to Liegard, whose parentsare Adele (Adelaid e, Aenis) m. robert I, King of France
http://www.3angelz.com/d0007/g0000054. html#I4994........................................Father: Herbert I ofVERMANDOI S......................................................................Mot her: Beatrice ofMORVOIS............................................................. ...................Family 1: Hildebrante (Adela) ofNEUSTRASIA.................. ................................+Alice ofVERMANDOIS............................ ..............................................................+Albert I of VERM ANDOIS.................................................................... ..... .......+Luitgarda of VERMANDOIS................................................ ................................+Robert of TROYES.............................. ............................................................Odo of AMIENS...... .......................................................................... ..... ...............Herbert of MEAUX................................................ ..........................................Adalbert of VERMANDOIS............... .................................................................Hugh of RHEIMS .......................................................................... ..... .....................Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count
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4 TEXT Date of Import: A pr 16, 2002 Parents: Count Of Senlis Vermand\ Herbert I DE VERMANDOIS Comte De Vermandois and Beatrice Of MORVOIS. Parents: Count Of Herbert IV DE VERMANDOIS and \Countess Of Vermandois\ Adelaide DE VERMANDOIS. Parents: Herbert DE VERMANDOIS SENLIS I and Bertha OF MORVOIS.
Spouse: Hildebrante OF NEUSTRASIA. Children were: Hugh OF RHEIMS, Albert I 'The Pious' OF VERMANDOIS, Robert OF TROYES, Odo OF AMIENS, Herbert OF MEAUX, Adalbert OF VERMANDOIS, Luitgarda OF VERMANDOIS, Countess Of Flanders Adele DE VERMANDOIS.
Luitgarda OF VERMANDOIS7,149 was born in 915. Parents: Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and Hildebrante OF NEUSTRASIA.
Count Otho OF VERMANDOIS7,340,341 died in 1045.340 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count
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Count Pepin OF VERMANDOIS7,340,657 died in 840.340 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count
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Robert OF VERMANDOIS.54 Parents: Count Hurbert OF VERMANDOIS II and Adela DE PARIS OF NEUSTRIA.
Eric OF VESTFOLD.28,133
Children were: Hild ERICSDOTTIR.
Count Gauthier II OF VEXIN7,340,341 died in 1027.340 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count
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Count Raoul II OF VEXIN7,340,341 died about 1030.340 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count
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Constance OF VIENNE7,129,165 was born about 920. GEDCOM line 56643 not recognizable or too long:
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Weis' "AR" (14 1A:19), calls her Constance of Provence. Also mentioned (185:2) Parents: Count Of Vienne & B Charles Constantine De VIENNE and Teutberge De TROYES. Parents: .
Spouse: Count/Provence Boso II De OF PROVENCE. Count/Provence Boso II De OF PROVENCE and Constance OF VIENNE were married about 930. Children were: Count/Venaissin Rotbold OF VENAISSIN, C.D'provence William I De OF PROVENCE.
Constance OF VIENNE7,207 was born about 935. ARSC 6TH ED LINE 141A,B PED OF A.H.AYERS Parents: \Count Of Vienne\ Charles CONSTANTINE and TEUTBERGE.
Ermengarde OF VIENNE.165 Parents: King Of Provence Boso I OF PROVENCE and Princess Ermengarde OF ITALY.
Hugh OF VIENNE.54 Parents: Garnier OF TROYES and Teutberga De ARLES.
Richard OF VIENNE7,207 was born about 920. He died about 962. PED OF AUGUSTINE H. AYERS Parents: \Count Of Vienne\ Charles CONSTANTINE and TEUTBERGE.
Willa OF VIENNE7,165 was born about 852. She died on 14 Jun 929. GEDCOM line 18275 not recognizable or too long:
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Stuart's "Royalty For Commoners" citing ES I:57 Parents: King Of Provence Boso I OF PROVENCE and Princess Ermengarde OF ITALY.
Spouse: King/Burgundy Rudolph I OF BURGUNDY. King/Burgundy Rudolph I OF BURGUNDY and Willa OF VIENNE were married. Children were: King Of Burgundy Rudolph II OF BURGUNDY, Willa OF BURGUNDY, Waldrada OF BURGANDY.
Gerard II OF WASSENBERG7,340,341 died in 1085.340 2 SOUR S0085816
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Gerard III OF WASSENBERG7,340,341 died in 1092.340 2 SOUR S0085816
4 TEXT Date of Import: Apr 16, 2002 Parents: Gerard II OF WASSENBERG and Bertha OF ZUTPHEN.
Aelfryth OF WESSEX.54 Parents: Alfred Of England OF WEST SAXON and Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND.
Aelfthryth OF WESSEX7,140 was born in 868 in Wessex, England. She died on 7 Jun 929. The information in this GEDCOM has been compiled by David Lovegrove. Contact h im at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents: King Of Wessex\ ALFRED and Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND.
Aethelfrith Of Wiltshire OF WESSEX.54 Parents: Aethelhelm Wiltshire OF WESSEX and Aethelglyth Of Risborough OF MERCIA.
Aethelhelm Wiltshire OF WESSEX7,54 was born in 855. He died in 898. He secured Compton and Crondoll and held Aldingbourne Parents: .
Athelstan OF WESSEX7,21 was born in 895. Acceded 924-939.
Edward's heir Athelstan (reigned 925-39) was als o a distinguished and audacious soldier who pushed the boundaries of the kingdo m to their furthest extent yet. In 927-8, Athelstan took York from the Danes; h e forced the submission of king Constantine of Scotland and of the northern kin gs; all five Welsh kings agreed to pay a huge annual tribute (reportedly includ ing 25,000 oxen), and Athelstan eliminated opposition in Cornwall. The battle o f Brunanburh in 937, in which Athelstan led a force drawn from Britain and defe ated an invasion by the king of Scotland in alliance with the Welsh and Danes f rom Dublin, earned him recognition by lesser kings in Britain.
Athelstan's la w codes strengthened royal control over his large kingdom; currency was regulat ed to control silver's weight and to penalise fraudsters. Buying and selling wa s mostly confined to the burhs, encouraging town life; areas of settlement in t he midlands and Danish towns were consolidated into shires. Overseas, Athelstan built alliances by marrying four of his half-sisters to various rulers in west ern Europe. He also had extensive cultural and religious contacts; as an enthus iastic and discriminating collector of works of art and religious relics, he ga ve away much of his collection to his followers and to churches and bishops in order to retain their support. Athelstan died at the height of his power and wa s buried at Malmesbury; a church charter of 934 described him as 'King of the E nglish, elevated by the right hand of the Almighty ... to the Throne of the who le Kingdom of Britain'.
Little is known about the reigns of childless Athel stan's immediate successors. His half brother Edmund successfully suppressed re bellions by the Mercian Danes, but he was murdered at a feast in his own hall, at the age of 25 in 946, after seven years on the throne. Edmund's brother Edre d (reigned 946-55) also dealt with trouble from Danes in the north; he brought up Edmund's sons as his heirs. The elder son Edwy was crowned by Oda, Archbisho p of Canterbury, in 956 at Kingston-on-Thames (sited on the Wessex/Mercia borde r, and on the frontier between Alfred's kingdom and the Danelaw, this was where most recorded West Saxon consecrations took place). Aged 13 at his succession, Edwy became entangled in court factions, and Mercia and Northumbria broke away in rebellion. Edwy died before he was 20. Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Ecgwyn OF WESSEX.
I Canute I Sveynsson OF WESSEX7,21,32 was born in 995 in Denmark.32 He died in 1035 in England.32 He was also known as The Great. Name Suffix:<NSFX> I
Acceded 1016-1035. Parents: King Of Denmark\ Sveyn I Haraldsson Forkbeard and Gunhilda Of POLAND.
Spouse: [Queen Of England] Emma AELFGIFU. I Canute I Sveynsson OF WESSEX and [Queen Of England] Emma AELFGIFU were married.
Ecgwyn OF WESSEX7,10,14,20,21,32,33,64 was born in 872 in Wessex, England. She died in 901. She was also known as Ecgwyn Of England.120 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [large-G675.FTW]
daughter of a Neatherd.
Spouse: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I. West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Ecgwyn OF WESSEX were married in 893 in England.20,32 Children were: Athelstan OF WESSEX, EDITH, EDITH, St. Edith OF ENGLAND, King Of Aethelstan ENGLAND, ALFRED.
Edgar Atheling OF WESSEX7,21,32 was born in 1036 in England.32 Acceded Oct 1066-Dec 1066. Parents: Prince Of Edward ATHELING and Agatha VON BRUNSWICK.
Edgifu OF WESSEX7,21 was born in 920. She was also known as Edgiva. Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Queen Of England Eadgifu OF KENT.
Edgiva OF WESSEX7,20,21,32,295 was born in 902 in Wessex, England.20,84,1024,3447 She died about 953.20,84,1024,3448 REFN: 3852
Died at childbirth. Parents: . Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Aelfleda ETHELHELM.
Spouse: Count Of Troyes Herbert De VERMANDOIS. Count Of Troyes Herbert De VERMANDOIS and Edgiva OF WESSEX were married in 951 in St. Quentin, France.3449 REFN14856 Children were: Agnes De VERMANADOIS, Count Of Stephen I De VERMANDOIS.
Spouse: King Of West France Charles III "The OF FRANCE Roi De France. King Of West France Charles III "The OF FRANCE Roi De France and Edgiva OF WESSEX were married in 919 in England.20,84,1024 REFN14855 Children were: King Of France Louis TRANSMARINUS IV.
Edhilda OF WESSEX.21 Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Aelfleda ETHELHELM.
Edward I Of England OF WESSEX7,54 was born in 869 in Wessex, England. He was christened on 31 May 900 in Kingston Upon Thanes, Surrey, England. He died on 17 Jul 924 in Farndon On Dee, Cheshire, England. He was also known as The Elder. He was buried in Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, England. Name Prefix:<NPFX> King
acceded Defeated the Danes 918 Conquered Mercia 918 N orthumbria920reigned 899 - 924 Founded the Univ ercity Of Cambridge Parents: Alfred Of England OF WEST SAXON and Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND.
Princess Of Elfthryth OF WESSEX7,10,14,20,21,27,32,33,64,81,102,103,112,113,114,115,116,117,119,530 was born in 868 in Wessex, England.20 She died on 7 Jun 929.20,81,114,115,116 Also Known As:<_AKA> Ethelwida (Elfrida) /of Wessex/
2 PLAC Name al so rendered "Ethelwida" or "Elfrida".
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AELFTHRYTH Princess of England was born about 868 in Wessex, England. She died in 920. OR: ELFRIDA. In Giles' trans of William of Malmesb ury's
*Chronicles*, she is given as ETHELSWITHA: "He [Alfred] gave his daught er
Ethelswitha in marriage to Baldwin earl of Flanders, by whom he had Arnulf
--- William of Malmesbury, *Chronicle of the Kings of England *, c 1135,
tr John Allen Giles, London (Henry G Bohn) 1847, p 121 Parents: . Parents: West Saxon King Of Alfred ENGLAND and Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND.
Spouse: Count Of Flanders Baudouin II II. Count Of Flanders Baudouin II II and Princess Of Elfthryth OF WESSEX were married after 893.20,81,112,114,115,116,119 Children were: Ct De Flanders\ Arnolph I Le Grand OF FLANDERS I, FLANDERS, Adalolf Sur Mer De THEROUANNE, FLANDERS, FLANDERS.
Elgifu OF WESSEX.54 Parents: Edward I Of England OF WESSEX and Aelfaeda OF ENGLAND.
Elgiva OF WESSEX.21 Parents: West Saxon King Of Edward ENGLAND I and Aelfleda ETHELHELM.
II Harold OF WESSEX7,21,32 was born in 1066 in England.32 Name Suffix:<NSFX> II Parents: King Of England Harold II Godwineson and Queen Of Ealdgyth Algitha ENGLAND.
Morcar OF WESSEX7,35,36 was born in 967.35 2 SOUR S002120
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Ulf OF WESSEX7,21,32 was born in 1065 in Wessex, England.32 Parents: King Of England Harold II Godwineson and Queen Of Ealdgyth Algitha ENGLAND.
Alfred Of England OF WEST SAXON7,54,149,827,3450,3451 was born in 849 in Wantage, Berkshire, England.2670,3450,3451 He was christened on 23 Apr 871 in Kingston Upon Thanes, Surrey, England. He died on 26 Oct 899 in Wincester, Hampshire, England..2670,3451 He was also known as The Great. He was buried in Hyde Abbey.2671 He was.827,2670 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]3450 He was in Regligious Fanatic....3450 Name Prefix:<NPFX> King
Acceded Prevented the Danish conquest of England reig ned 871 -899 Father of the English Navy. Crowned King at Winchester, 871.
25-26 Oct 899-9011 CORO
2 DATE 0871
2 PLAC Kingston-Upon Thames, Surrey
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http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01964 th e youngest son of Athelwulf Reigned 871-899. He preventedthe Danish conquest o f England, defeating them at Edington(878)after a campaign of guerrila warfare. After his victory heallowed the Danes to keep their conquests in Mercia nd Eas tAnglia provided that Guthrum, their King, was converted toChristianity. Alfred built a navy of Warships to defend thesouth coast against further Danish invas ions (885-86 ;892-96)and protected Wessex with a chain of fortifications. He to okLondon (886), this gaining control of all England except theDanish areas.
CORONATION NOTES There is no record of Alfred's coronation andit is quite possi ble that there was no formal ceremony becauseWessex was i the midst of the Dani sh threat. It wouldnevertheless be surprising for there to be no ordinationcer emony and this probably happened soon after Athelred'sfuneral at Wimborne in la te April or early May 871, but it isnot known who officiated. The archbishop of Canterbury at thedate was Athelred. Parents: Aethelwulf Of WESSEX.
Spouse: Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND. Alfred Of England OF WEST SAXON and Queen Of Ethelswida ENGLAND were married in 868 in Winchester, England.2670,2671 WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL, WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE Winchester Cathedralis the second l ongest in Europ after St. Peter's in Rome, a factone would readily dispute base d on external assessment alone, asthe building somhow fails to crate an impress ion of greatlength. As soon as one enters the soaring, fourteenth-century.Perp endicular nave, however, such doubts are dispelled and thechurch seems to stret ch to infinity beyond the choir screen,certainly appearing even longer than its actual 556 feet. Workon the present church began in 1079 under the direction o fBishop Walkelin to replace the huge Saxon foundation of OldMinster that housed the relics of St. Swithun, a ninth-centurybishop whose name is forever associa ted with wet Englishsummers. A shrine was eventually erected to Swithun in the newchurch, and became an important place of pilgrimage; for a time,ony Thomas a Becket's shrine in Canterbury was more visited.Romanesque architecture from t hat firest phase of reconstructionsurvives intact in both north and south trans epts and also inthe crypt, which is no prone to flooding in winter. Problemswi th Winchester's raised water table had seriously threatenedthe cathedral's very survival at the turn of the century when itwas discovered that the original ti mber foundations weredisintegrating and causing strutural instability. Thecath edral's saviour is generally acknowledged as William Walker,a deep-sea diver wh o spent five years working in up to 20 feetof water underpinning the walls by r eplacing rotten timbers andlayers of soggy peat with countless bags of dement. Winchesterwas once capital of Wessex and then of all England during thereign of Alfred the Great, a status it retained until well afterthe Norman Conquest whe n it was gradually eclipsed by London.One of the most lavish royal events to ha ve taken place in thecathedral was the post-Dissolution wedding of Mary Tudor t oPhilip of Spain in 1554, ironically the same person who, as Kingof Spain, woul d later be sending his Armada to interrupt SirFrancis Drake's game of bowlsin P lymouth. Several of the Saxonkings who were rowned and buried here are reprsent ed by theircoloufully inscribed mortuary chests. These line the presytery,whic h is dominated by the massive, fifteenth-century stonescreen whose many delicat ely carved niches are filled with quitesuperbe modern replicas of the original saints' statues thatwere desecrated and smashed during the Reformation. TheWinc hester's windows were once adorned by sumptuous displays ofpainted glass is evi dent from those fragments that survived thevandalism inflicted ont he church by Cromwell's Parliamentariantroops during the Civil War. The confusing, coloure d patchworkof the nave's west window was created from shards and segmentsrescue d from the shattered original. Children were: Aethelgeofu Abbess Of OF SHAFTESBURY, Aethelflaed OF MERCIA, Aelfryth OF WESSEX, Elfridam OF ENGLAND, Aethelflaed Lady Of MERCIA, Edward I Of England OF WESSEX, EDMUND, Princess Of \Of Wessex\ Aefthryth Or ELFRIDA, AETHELWEARD, King Of England EDWARD.
Hildegarde OF WESTERBURG7,340,657 was born about 902 in Westerburg, Saxony. She was also known as Hildegarde Of Westerburg.129 2 SOUR S0085816
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Spouse: Duke Hermann Billung OF SAXONY. Duke Hermann Billung OF SAXONY and Hildegarde OF WESTERBURG were married. Children were: Duke Of Saxony Bernard I Billiung OF SAXONY, Maud BILLUNG, Swanhilde OF SAXONY, Maud OF SAXONY.
Herbert OF WETTERAU7,340,341 died in 997.340 2 SOUR S0085816
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Heribert Of Gleiberg Kinziggau OF WETTERAU.54 Parents: Udo I Of Werner Wingarteiba VON WETTERAU and Kunigarde DE VERMANDOIS.
Ct De Wetterau\ Udo OF WETTERAU I7,20,21,129,370,461 was born about 895. He died on 12 Dec 949.20,304,368 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Duke/Wetterau
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Weis' "AR" (143:20)
Stuart's "RFC" (351:37) Parents: . Parents: Duc De Lorraine GÉRARD II and ITA. Parents: .
Spouse: Cunégonde De VERMANDOIS. Ct De Wetterau\ Udo OF WETTERAU I and Cunégonde De VERMANDOIS were married before 918.20,304 Children were: Count/Gleiberg Graf Von Gleiburg HERIBERT, Duke Of Suabia Conrad I OF SUABIA, Jutta Von WETTERAU.
Sir Thomas OF WOODSTOCK7,62 was born on 7 Jan 1353/54 in Woodstock, Oxford, England. He died on 9 Sep 1397 in Calias, France. He was buried in Westminster Abbey, England. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Sir
Murdered. Parents: King Of Edward III ENGLAND and Countess Of Holland Philippa De HAINAULT.
Rutpert III OF WORMSGAU7,149 was born in 807. He died in 834. Parents: .
Children were: Count Of Paris Robert Duke Of France Count Of ORLEAN IV.
\Count Of Wormgau Rutpert OF WORMSGAU UPPER RHINE III7,18,54 was born in 780. He died in 840. Name Prefix:<NPFX> Count Parents: \Count Of Wormgau RUTPERT II and THEODERATA. Parents: .
Spouse: Waldrada D'ORLEANS. \Count Of Wormgau Rutpert OF WORMSGAU UPPER RHINE III and Waldrada D'ORLEANS were married. Children were: Count Of Paris Robert Duke Of France Count Of ORLEAN IV.
Elizabeth OF YORK7,62 was born on 11 Feb 1464/65. She died on 11 Feb 1502/3. She was buried in Westminster Abbey, London, England. Parents: EDWARD IV and Elizabeth WOODVILLE.
Prince Richard OF YORK1,7 was born on 20 Sep 1411. He died on 31 Dec 1460. Parents: .
Adelheid OF ZUTPHEN.340,341 Parents: .
Bertha OF ZUTPHEN.340,341 Parents: .
Ermengarde OF ZUTPHEN7,340,341 died in 1134.340 2 SOUR S0085816
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