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King PHILIP II (FELIPE II) de HABSBURG of Spain and Portugal

21 May 1527 - 13 Sep 1598

ID Number: I50817

  • TITLE: King
  • RESIDENCE: Spain
  • BIRTH: 21 May 1527, Valladolid, Spain [S1877]
  • DEATH: 13 Sep 1598, El Escorial Palace, Madrid, Spain [S1877]
  • BURIAL: El Escorial Palace, Madrid, Spain
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1805] [S1809] [S1877] [S1993]
Father: CHARLES I, CARLOS V HABSBURG of the Holy Roman Empire
Mother: ISABELLA de CAPET of Portugal


Family 1 : MARIA de CAPET of Portugal
Family 2 : MARY I TUDOR of England
Family 3 : ELIZABETH de VALOIS CAPET of France
Family 4 : ANNA de HABSBURG Archduchess of Austria

Notes


"King of Spain, only son of the Emperor Carlos V, and Isabella of Portugal, b. at Valladolid, 21 May, 1527; d. at the Escorial, 13 Sep, 1598. He was carefully educated in the sciences, learned French and Latin, though he never spoke anything but Castilian, and also showed much interest in architecture and music. In 1543 he married his cousin, Maria of Portugal, who died at the birth of Don Carlos (1535). He was appointed regent of Spain with a council by Carlos V.


Felipe received the Duchy of Milan from his father in 1540 and, on the occasion of his marriage in 1554 to Mary Tudor, Queen of England , who was eleven years his senior, the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily.


This political marriage gave Spain an indirect influence on affairs of England, recently restored to Catholicism; but in 1555 Felipe was summoned to the Low Countries. At a solemn conference held at Brussels, 22 Oct., 1555, Carlos V ceded to Felipe the Low Countries, the crowns of Castille, Aragon, and Sicily, on 16 Jan., 1556, and the countship of Burgundy on the tenth of Jun. He even thought of securing for him the imperial crown, but the opposition of his brother Ferdinand caused him to abandon that project. Having become King, Felipe, devoted to Catholicism, defended the Faith throughout the world and opposed the progress of heresy, and these two things are the key to his whole reign. He did both by means of absolutism. His reign began unpleasantly for a Catholic sovereign, and Mary's death in 1558 severed the connection between the two countries.


He had signed with France the Treaty of Vaucelles (5 Feb., 1556), but it was soon broken by France, which joined Paul IV against him. Like Julius II this pope longed to drive the foreigners out of Italy.
Felipe had two wars on his hands at the same time, in Italy and in the Low Countries. In Italy the Duke of Alva, Viceroy of Naples, defeated the Duke of Guise and reduced the pope to such distress that he was forced to make peace. Felipe granted this on the most favourable terms and the Duke of Alva was even obliged to ask the pope's pardon for having invaded the Pontifical States. In the Low Countries Felipe defeated the French at Saint Quentin (1557) and Gravelines (1558) and afterwards signed the Peace of Cateau-Cambresis (3 Apr, 1559), which was sealed by his marriage with Isabel De Valois, daughter of Henry II, who gave him two daughters, Isabel Clara Eugenia and Catalina. Peace concluded, Felipe, who had been detained in the Low Countries, returned to Spain. For more than forty years he directed from the Prince of Orange decided to proclaim Felipe's his cabinet the affairs of the monarchy. He resided alternately at Madrid which he made the capital of the kingdom and in villégiatures, the most famous of which is the Escorial, which he built in fulfillment of a vow made at the time of the battle of Saint Quentin.


After Isabel death, he married again a royal cousin, Ana of Austria, who gave him four children. She was the mother of the future Felipe III.


In Spain, Felipe continued the policy of the Catholic Ferdinand and Isabella. He was merciless in the supression of the Lutheran heresy, which had appeared in various parts of the country, notably at Valladolid and Seville. "If my own son were guilty like you", he replied to a gentleman condemned to death for heresy who had reproached him for his cruelty, "I should lead him with my own hands to the stake". He succeeded in exterminating Protestantism in Spain, but encountered another enemy no less dangerous. The Moriscoes of the ancient Kingdom of Granada had been conquered, but they remained the implacable enemies of their conquerors, from whom they were separated by religion, language, dress, and manners, and they plotted incessantly with the Mussulmans outside the country. Felipe wished to force them to renounce their language and dress, whereupon they revolted and engagedin a bloody struggle against Spain which lasted three years (1567-70) until ended by Don Juan, natural son of Carlos V. The defeated Moriscoes were transplanted in great numbers to the interior of the country. Another event of historical importance in Felipe's reign was the conquest of Portugal in 1580. After the death of the young King Sebastian at the battle of Alcazar (1578) and that of his successor the aged Cardinal Henry (1580), Felipe II, who through his mother was a grandson of King Emmanuel, pleaded his title of heir and sent the Duke of Alva to occupy the country. This was the only conquest of the reign. Iberian unity, thus realized, lasted from 1580 to 1640.
Other events were the troubles in Aragon, which were fomented by Antonio Perez, former secretary of the King. Being pursued for high treason he sought refuge in his native country, and appealed for protection to its fueros that he might not be delivered to the Castilian judges, nor to the Inquisition. The inhabitants of Saragossa defended him by force of arms and he succeeded in escaping abroad, but Felipe sent an army to punish Aragon, infringed on the fueros and established absolutism in the Kingdom of Aragon, hitherto proud of its freedom (1592).
In the Low Countries, where Felipe had committed the government to his aunt, Margaret of Parma, the nobles, chafed because of their want of influence, plotted and trumped up grievances. They protested against the presence in the country of several thousands of Spanish soldiers, against Cardinal de Granvelle's influence with the regent, and against the severity of Carlos V's decrees against heresy. Felipe recalled the Spanish soldiers and the Cardinal de Greavelle, but he refused to mitigate the decrees and declared that he did not wish to reign over a nation of heretics. The difficulties with the Iconoclasts having broken out he swore to punish them and sent thither the Duke of Alva with an army, whereupon Margaret of Parma resigned.


Alva behaved as though in a conquered country, caused the arrest and execution of Count Egmont and de Hornes, who were accused of complicity with the rebels, created the Council of Troubles, which was popularly styled the "Council of Blood", defeated the Prince of Orange and his brother who had invaded the country with German mercenaries, but could not prevent the "Sea-beggars" from capturing Brille.
He followed up his military successes but was recalled in 1573. His successor Requesens could not recover Leyden. Influenced by the Prince of Orange the provinces concluded the "Pacification of Ghent" which regulated the religious situation in the Low Countries without royal intervention. The new governor, Don Juan, upset the calculations of Orange by accepting the "Pacification ", and finally the Prince of Orange decided to proclaim Felipe's deposition by the revolted provinces. The King replied by placing the prince under the ban; shortly afterwards he was slain by an assassin (1584). Nevertheless, the united provinces did not submit and were lost to Spain. Those of the South, however, were recovered one after another by the new governor, Alexander Farnese, Prince of Parma. But he having died in 1592 and the war becoming more difficult against the rebels, led by the great general Maurice of Nassau, son of William of Orange, Felipe II realized that he must change his policy and ceded the Low Countries to his daughter Isabel, whom he espoused to the Archduke Albert of Austria, with the provision that the provinces would be returned to Spain in case there were no children by this union (1598). The object of Felipe's reign was only partly realized. He had safeguarded the religious unity of Spain and had exterminated heresy in the southern Low Countries, but the northern Low Countries were lost to him forever.


Felipe had three enemies to contend with abroad, Islam, England, and France. Islam was master of the Mediterranean, being in possession of the Balkan Peninsula, Asia Minor, Egypt, all the coast of northern Africa (Tunis, Algiers, Morocco); it had just conquered the Island of Cyprus and laid siege to the Island of Malta (1505), which had valiantly repulsed the assault. Dragut, the Ottoman admiral, was the terror of the Mediterranean. On several occasions Felipe had fought against the Mussulman peril, meeting alternately with success and defeat. He therefore eagerly joined the Holy League organized by Pius V to resist Islam, and which Venice consented to join. The fleet of the League, commanded by Don Juan, brother of Felipe II, inflicted on the Turkish fleet the terrible defeat of Lepanto (7 Oct., 1571), the results of which would have been greater had Venice not proved false and if Pius V had not died in 1572. Nevertheless, the Turkish domination of the Mediterranean was ended and in 1578 Felipe concluded a treaty with the Turks which lasted till the end of his reign. Relations of intimacy with England had ceased at the death of Mary Tudor.


Felipe attempted to renew them by his chimerical project of marriage with Elizabeth, who had not yet become the cruel persecutor of Catholicism. When she constituted herself the protectress of Protestant interests throughout the world and did all in her power to encourage the revolt of the Low Countries, Felipe thought of contending with her in her own country by espousing the cause of Mary Stuart, but Elizabeth did away with the latter in 1587, and furnished relief to the Low Countries against Felipe, who thereupon armed an immense fleet (the Invincible Armada) against England. But being led by an incompetent commander it accomplished nothing and was almost wholly destroyed by storms (1588). This was an irreparable disaster which inaugurated Spain's naval decline. The English corsairs could with impunity pillage her colonies and under Drake even her own coast; in 1596 the Earl of Essex pillaged the flourishing town of Cadiz, and the sceptre of the seas passed from Spain to England.


From 1559 Felipe II had been at peace with France, and had contented himself with urging it to crush out heresy. French intervention in favour of the Low Countries did not cause him to change his attitude, but when at the death of Henry III in 1589 the Protestant Henry of Bourbon became heir to the throne of France, Felipe II allied himself with the Guises, who were at the head of the League, supplied them with money and men, and on several occasions sent to their relief his great general Alexander Farnese. He even dreamed of obtaining the crown of France for his daughter Isabel, but this daring project was not realized. The conversion of Henry IV (1593) to Catholicism removed the last obstacle to his accession to the French throne. Apparently Felipe II failed to grasp the situation, since he continued for two years more the war against Henry IV, but his fruitless efforts were finally terminated in 1595 by the absolution of Henry IV by Clement VIII.


No sovereign has been the object of such diverse judgments. While the Spaniards regarded him as their Solomon and called him "the prudent King" (el rey prudente), to Protestants he was the "demon of the south" (dćmon meridianus) and most cruel of tyrants. This was because, having constituted himself the defender of Catholicism throughout the world, he encountered innumerable enemies, not to mention such adversaries as Antonio Perez and William of Orange who maligned him so as to justify their treason. Subsequently poets (Schiller in his "Don Carlos"), romance-writers, and publicists repeated these calumnies. As a matter of fact Felipe II joined great qualities to great faults. He was industrious, tenacious, devoted to study, serious, simple-mannered, generous to those who served him, the friend and patron of arts. He was a dutiful son, a loving husband and father, whose family worshipped him. His piety was fervent, he had a boundless devotion to the Catholic Faith and was, moreover, a zealous lover of Justice. His stoical strength in adversity and the courage with which he endured the sufferings of his last illness are worthy of admiration.


On the other hand he was cold, suspicious, secretive, scrupulous to excess, indecisive and procrastinating, little disposed to clemency or forgetfulness of wrongs. His religion was austere and sombre. He could not understand opposition to heresy except by force. Imbued with ideas of absolutism, as were all the rulers of his time, he was led into acts disapproved by the moral law. His cabinet policy, always behind-hand with regard to events and ill-informed concerning the true situation, explains his failures to a great extent. To sum up we may cite the opinion of Baumstark: "He was a sinner, as we all are, but he was also a King and a Christian King in the full sense of the term"." http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutFelipeII.htm


FELIPE II HABSBURG (King of Spain)
Married 1: Maria De Portugal 13 Nov 1543, Salamanca, Spain
Children: 1. Don Carlos De HABSBURG


Married 2: MARY I TUDOR (Queen of England) 25 Jul 1554, Winchester Cathedral, London, England


Married 3: Elisabeth De VALOIS (Princess of France) (b. 2 Apr 1545 - d. 3 Oct 1568) 31 Jan 1560, Guadalajara, Spain


Children:
2. Dau. De HABSBURG (twin) (b. 1564)
3. Dau. De HABSBURG (twin) (b. 1564)
4. Isabel Clara Eugenia De HABSBURG
5. Catalina Micaela De HABSBURG
6. Dau. De HABSBURG (b. 1568)


Married 4: Anna De HABSBURG (Archduchess of Austria) (b. 2 Nov 1549 - d. 26 Oct 1580) 12 Nov 1570, Segovia, Spain


Children:
6. Ferdinand De HABSBURG (b. 1571)
7. Edward De HABSBURG (b. 1575)
8. Felipe III De HABSBURG (King of Spain) (b. 14 Apr 1578)
9. Mary De HABSBURG


[S1877]


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 _CHARLES I, CARLOS V HABSBURG of the Holy Roman Empire_|
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|--PHILIP II (FELIPE II) de HABSBURG of Spain and Portugal
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Andromache HAYNES

10 Sep 1799 - 19 Jul 1863

ID Number: I54138

  • RESIDENCE: Bladen Co. NC and Wilkinson Co. MS and Sprinville, Natchitoches Parish, LA
  • BIRTH: 10 Sep 1799, Bladen Co. North Carolina
  • DEATH: 19 Jul 1863, Sprinville, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS [S1958] [S3789]
Father: Bythell HAYNES Sr.


Family 1 : James Birmingham BAIRD
  1.  Bythell Haynes BAIRD C.S.A.
  2. +Mary Baldwin BAIRD

Notes


Other Marriages: 26 Jul 1843 Abraham Abrams in Wilkinson Co., MS

                                                 _Francis HAYNES _____+
                                                | (1709 - ....)       
                       _Francis Bythell HAYNES _|
                      |  m 1752                 |
                      |                         |_Ann BYTHELL ________
                      |                           (1710 - ....)       
 _Bythell HAYNES Sr.__|
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|                     |_Ann SMITH ______________|
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|--Andromache HAYNES 
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James HOGG "the Immigrant"

1 Mar 1728 - 8 Nov 1804

ID Number: I25613

  • RESIDENCE: SCT; Orange Co. NC
  • BIRTH: 1 Mar 1728, East Lothian, Scotland
  • DEATH: 8 Nov 1804, Hiillsborough, Orange Co. North Carolina
  • RESOURCES: See: [S959]
Father: (RESARCH QUERY) HOGE HOGG HOGUE


Family 1 : Anne MacDowal ALVES
  1. +Walter (HOGG) ALVES
  2.  Robina HOGG

Notes


Listed in Orange Co., NC 1779. Trustee and Founder of University of NC.
Children:
2 Elizabeth HOGG b: ABT. 1725 + John HUSKE
2 Helen HOGG b: ABT. 1727 + Dr. Joseph CARDWELL + William HOOPER
2 Walter (HOGG) ALVES b: 6 Oct 1768 + Amelia JOHNSTON b: 22 Feb 1767 d: 25 Jan 1827
2 Robina HOGG b: ABT. 1770
2 Gavin (HOGG) ALVES b: ABT. 1772

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|--James HOGG "the Immigrant"
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Col. William Bishop LAMAR

3 Aug 1745 - AFT 29 Aug 1812

ID Number: I79283

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: Frederick Co. MD
  • OCCUPATION: War of 1812 and large land owner
  • BIRTH: 3 Aug 1745, Frederick Co. Maryland
  • DEATH: AFT 29 Aug 1812, prob. Hawkins Co. Tennessee [400294]
  • RESOURCES: See: [S605] [S3018]
Father: John LAMAR II
Mother: Sarah MARSHALL


Family 1 : Elizabeth SMITH
  1. +Thomas LAMAR

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"Signed a will in 1812 in Hawkins County, TN, actually lived in Frederick Co, MD
He was en route from overseeing his land in KY back to his home in MD when he signed the will. On the route back, he fell off his horse while crossing the Cumberland Gap. His will stated what happened and died there."


"The children of Col. William Bishop and Elizabeth (Smith) Lamar were
(1) Mary Lamar, born December 31, 1767.
(2) Henrietta Lamar, Born February 14, 1769; married Eli Thrasher.
(3) Sarah Lamar, born September 20, 1770; married Elias Thrasher.
(4) John Lamar, born September 28, 1772. 2 John LAMAR b: 28 Sep 1772 d: bef. 29 Aug 1812
(5) Archibald Smith Lamar, Born June 25, 1774.
(6) Anne Lamar, born March 26, 1776.
(7) Thomas Lamar, born December 19, 1777; married Mary Willard.
(8) Susannah Lamar, who married Eli House.
(9) Richard Lamar, married Mary Johnson, who was related to the Somerville family. 2 Richard Smith LAMAR b: 6 DEC 1791 d: 18 JUN 1815 + Mary (Polly) JOHNSON b: 23 JAN 1794 d: 16 OCT 1873
(10) William Lamar. 2 William Bishop LAMAR , Jr. b: 6 NOV 1781 d: 6 FEB 1863 + Drusilla THRASHER b: 21 SEP 1781 d: 19 AUG 1846
(11) Benjamin Lamar. 2 Benjamin (Benoni) Smith LAMAR b: 13 FEB 1790 d: 3 AUG 1840 + Nancy Ann BLINCOE b: 20 JAN 1799 d: 20 AUG 1881
(12) Rachel Lamar, who married a Mr. Killenberger. 2 Rachel LAMAR b: abt 1789 + Joseph KILLENBARGER b: 12 Aug 1782 d: 2 Feb 1872
(13) Mareen Tyler Lamar, who lived to be more than 100 years old. 2 Marine Tyler LAMAR b: 17 AUG 1794 d: 20 NOV 1888 + Rebecca RICE b: 11 JUL 1797 d: 4 JUN 1876


He owned vast estates in Maryland and in Breckenridge Co, KY [per LeMar]


1810 Frederick Co, MD census, page 393


Will of William B. Lamer dated August 29, 1812 p on file onpage 308 ,Hawkins County, TN, transcribed by Tom Lamar Coughlin, 8/6/2001


In the name of God, amen:
Be it known and remembered that I, Wm B. Lemar of the county of Frederick and State of Maryland, now within Hawkins County and state of Tennessee, and on my way from the state of Kentucky to my residence in Frederick county aforesaid, and being sick and in a low state of health, but of perfect mind and memory and calling to mind(?) the certainty of death and uncertainty of life do make this as my last Will and Testament, revoking all formerwills, deed of gift bequests, etc. and in the first place doth will and desire that (after resigning my soul to Almighty God who gave it me) my body be decently buried at the expense of my estate.


And Secondly, I give to my son Marine T. Lemar a tract of land which I purchased from John Lewis the same containing 160 acres situatedin Breckenridge County State of Kentucky adjoining lands of Joseph Sibleisbarger(?) reference to said John Lewis deed to me will more fully explain, and also I give to him my son Marine aforesaid one Negro boy called Tom, one horse, one cow, and also a note of hand on Perry Rice one hundred twenty eight dollars and 12 ˝ cents.


Thirdly,I give to my two sons Benjamin S. Lemar and Richard S. Lemar the tract of land on which I live, including all the land which has not been conveyed to my sons Thomas and William Lemar, to be equally divided between the said Benjamin and Richard, And to Benjamin I also give a Negro boy named Andrew, one horse, one cow, And to Richard, I give a Negro boy named Jack, one horse and one cow.


Fourthly, I give all my stock of negroes not heretofore disposed of by this will and excluding such as I have previously bequeathed to my children, to be equally divided between my four daughters , and all my moveable estate of every description including (XXXX?) notes, excepting the one herein named towit: the one given to my son Marine, to be equally divided between my daughtersaforesaid, say Henney, Sally, Susannah, and Rachael.
Fifthly, I also give a feather bed to each of my sonsBenjamin and Richard in addition to what I have heretofore given them by thiswill. Lastly, I appoint my sons William and Thomas Lemar executors of this mylast will and testament
Signed, sealed and acknowledged in the presence of those whose names are hereunto set. 29th August, 1812 William Bishop Lemar(seal)
Daniel Dech
George Morrison
Joseph Mc M(???)




[S605] [S3018]

[400294]
d.while on his way from KY to MD


                                               _Thomas LAMAR "the Immigrant"_+
                                              | (1630 - 1714)                
                       _John LAMAR I__________|
                      | (1690 - 1758) m 1714  |
                      |                       |_Anne POTTENGER ______________+
                      |                         (1660 - ....)                
 _John LAMAR II_______|
| (1716 - 1756)       |
|                     |                        _Robert TYLER II______________+
|                     |                       | (1670 - 1738) m 1693         
|                     |_Susannah Duval TYLER _|
|                       (1700 - 1784) m 1714  |
|                                             |_Susannah DUVALL _____________+
|                                               (1675 - 1716) m 1693         
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|--William Bishop LAMAR 
|  (1745 - 1812)
|                                              _William MARSHALL II__________+
|                                             | (1665 - 1697) m 1689         
|                      _William MARSHALL III__|
|                     | (1690 - 1734) m 1713  |
|                     |                       |_Elizabeth HANSON ____________+
|                     |                         (1670 - ....) m 1689         
|_Sarah MARSHALL _____|
  (1722 - 1790)       |
                      |                        _Roger BISHOP ________________+
                      |                       | (1660 - 1694)                
                      |_Rebecca BISHOP _______|
                        (1693 - 1734) m 1713  |
                                              |_Sarah NEALE _________________
                                                (1670 - 1752)                

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Ralph Cameron LOVITT Jr


!LIVING

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Rebecca MUSGROVE

21 Jun 1830 - 7 Apr 1869

ID Number: I91883

  • RESIDENCE: Wilkinson Co. and Neshoba, MS
  • BIRTH: 21 Jun 1830, Wilkinson Co. Mississippi
  • DEATH: 7 Apr 1869
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3407]

Family 1 : William Harrison DEHAY C.S.A.

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Charles W. RICE

ABT 1870 - ____

ID Number: I27983

  • BIRTH: ABT 1870
  • RESOURCES: See: [S433]

Family 1 : Mary ROUND

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Mallie Henry RIGSBY

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I10075

  • RESIDENCE: Hawkins Co. TN
  • BIRTH: ABT 1890
  • RESOURCES: See: [S321]

Family 1 : Cora L ALVIS

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Mary Elizabeth WRICK


This person is presumed living.

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