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Wilson Agee and Martha Stevens




Husband Wilson Agee 1

           Born: 27 Jan 1836 - , Callaway, Missouri, USA 1
     Christened: 
           Died: 24 Apr 1883 1
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Agee (1811-1900) 1
         Mother: Cordilla (Cordilly) Thornton (1815-1893) 1


       Marriage: WFT Est 1855-1876 1

Noted events in his life were:
• BAPL 1, 13 Jul 1942

• ENDL 1, manti, 8 Feb 1943

• SLGC 1, slake, 14 Apr 1947




Wife Martha Stevens 1

           Born: Abt 1840 - Missouri, USA 1
     Christened: 
           Died: WFT Est 1856-1934 1
         Buried: 

Noted events in her life were:
• BAPL 1, Submitted

• ENDL 1, Submitted



Children

General Notes: Husband - Wilson Agee

[v14t0022.ftw]

!"The Agee Register" Louis N. Agee pg. 405

!"The Agee Register" Louis N. Agee pg. 405
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Alrek Agnarsson, King of Sweden and Dagreid Dgasdoittir




Husband Alrek Agnarsson, King of Sweden

           Born: 445 - Sweden
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           Died: 
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         Father: Agni Dasson, King of Sweden (0424-      )
         Mother: Skialf Frostasdoittir (0428-      )


       Marriage: 




Wife Dagreid Dgasdoittir

           Born: 449
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Yngvi Alreksson, King of Sweden

           Born: 466 - Sweden
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           Died: 
         Buried: 




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Ennodius Felix, of Rome (Gallo) and Daughter Agricola




Husband Ennodius Felix, of Rome (Gallo)

           Born: Abt 355
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 395
         Buried: 


         Father: 
         Mother: Ennodia , Princess of the West (      -      )


       Marriage: 




Wife Daughter Agricola

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         Father: Flavius Julius Agricola, of Rome (Gallo) (Abt 0365-Abt 0421)
         Mother: 





Children
1 M Flavius Constantius Felix




           Born: Abt 380
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 430
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Padusia (      -      )




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Flavius Julius Agricola, of Rome (Gallo)




Husband Flavius Julius Agricola, of Rome (Gallo)

           Born: Abt 365
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 421
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation, Consul of Rome & Praetorian Prefect of Gaul




Wife

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Children
1 F Daughter Agricola

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         Spouse: Ennodius Felix, of Rome (Gallo) (Abt 0355-Abt 0395)



2 M Marcus Maecilius Flavius Eparchius Avitus , Emperor of Rome

            AKA: Thaumaste I
           Born: Abt 395
     Christened: 
           Died: 17 Oct 456
         Buried: 



3 F Eparchia of Rome (Gallo)

           Born: 
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           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Petronius Maximus IV , Emperor of the West (      -      )




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Hnabi Nebi ("Dux") Alamannia




Husband Hnabi Nebi ("Dux") Alamannia

           Born: 
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           Died: After 724
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         Father: Duke Houching of Alamannia (Abt 0709-      )
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife

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Children
1 F Duchess Imma Of Swabia 2

           Born: Abt 736 - Aachen, Kaln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Gerold I , Count in Vinzgau (Abt 0710-      ) 2




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Floyd Earl Aldridge and Living




Husband Floyd Earl Aldridge 3

           Born: 21 Nov 1904 - Protem, Taney, Missouri, USA 3
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           Died: 2 Dec 1986 - Branson, Taney, Missouri, USA 3
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
• Cemetery, Wolff Cemetery

• Place of burial 3, Taney County, Missouri




Wife Living (details have been suppressed)

           Born: 
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         Father: William Zachariah Coats (1874-1960)
         Mother: Ollie Harless (1884-1970)



   Other Spouse: Living



Children

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Clemence D' Alencon




Husband (details have been suppressed)

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Wife Clemence D' Alencon 4 5

           Born: Abt 1120 - Alencon, Orne, Normandy, France 5
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1189 5
         Buried: 


         Father: William III Talvas, Count Of Alencon & Ponthieu (After 1087-1171) 4 6 7 8 9
         Mother: Alice (Alix Or Ela) Borel Of Burgundy (Abt 1095-Abt 1194) 4 6 7 8 9





Children

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Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury and Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon




Husband Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury 4 10 11 12 13 14

            AKA: 01st Earl Of Arundel Roger II De Montgomery,14 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury Roger II De Montgomery
           Born: Abt 1024 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: After 27 Jul 1094 - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England (Clothed As A Monk) 9 13 14 15
         Buried:  - Shrewsbury Abbey, Shropshire, England


         Father: Roger I De Montgomery, Vicomte D'hiemois (Abt 1000-After 1040) 4 9 10 16 17 18
         Mother: Emma (Abt 1005-After 1067) 4 17 18


       Marriage: After 1048 - 1st Wife 9 17

   Other Spouse: Adelaide Du Puiset (Abt 1045-      ) 4 13 - After 1079 - 2ND Wife 13




Wife Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon 4 11 13 14

            AKA: Mabel De Belleme
           Born: 1026 - Alencon, Eure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Dec 1079 - Bures Castle, Eure, Normandy, France (Murdered) 13 15
         Buried: 5 Dec 1079 - Abbey Of Troarn, Eure, Normandy, France


         Father: William II Talvas Seigneur D' Alencon, Belleme (Abt 0988-1070) 4 9 15 19
         Mother: Hildeburge De Beaumont (Abt 0990-      ) 4 9




Noted events in their marriage were:
• Alt. Marriage 13, 1st wife, Between 1050 and 1054


Children
1 F Maud De Montgomery 4 15 20

           Born: Abt 1049 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1085 - Abbey Of St. Grestain, Normandy, France 21
         Buried: 



2 M Robert II De Montgomery, 3rd Earl Shrewsbury 4 6 23

            AKA: Robert II D' Alencon 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury,9 03rd Earl Of Arundel Robert II De Montgomery,22 Robert II De Belleme 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury, 3rd Earl Of Shrewsbury Robert II De Montgomery
           Born: Between 1052 and 1056 - Alencon, Orne, Normandy, France 6 23
     Christened: 
           Died: After 8 May 1131 - Wareham Castle, Dorset, England (As A Prisoner) 6 23
         Buried:  - Wareham, Dorset, England
         Spouse: Agnes Heiress Of Montreuil & Ponthieu (Abt 1065-After 1100) 4 6 9 23
           Marr: Bef 9 Sep 1087 23



3 M Hugh De Montgomery, 2nd Earl Of Shrewsbury 4 10 24

            AKA: 02nd Earl Of Arundel Hugh De Montgomery,22 2nd Earl Of Shrewsbury Hugh De Montgomery
           Born: Between 1053 and 1059 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France 24
     Christened: 
           Died: 31 Jul 1098 - Montgomery, Montgomershire, Wales 24
         Buried: 17 Aug 1098 - Shrewsbury Abbey, Shropshire, England



4 M Arnulph De Montgomery 4 25 26

           Born: Abt 1058 - Of Pembroke & Dyfed, Wales
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 1122 - France 27
         Buried: 



5 M Roger De Montgomery, Count La Marche 4 28 29

           Born: 1058 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1123 - Lancaster, Lancashire, England 28
         Buried: 



6 F Sybil De Montgomery 4 12

           Born: 1060 - St-Germain-DE-Montgomery, Calvados, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury, Earldom of: In early December 1074 Roger de Montgomery was created Earl of Shropshire or Shrewsbury. As with other medieval earldoms, little distinction was then made between the county town and county proper when designating a specific name for a title, chiefly because an earl, who was then more or less and official, albeit often hereditary, was inconceivable except as earl of a county.

Roger was son of another Roger de Montgomery, seigneur of the Norman places (St Germain-de-Montgomery and Ste-Foy-de-Montgomery) of that name in the Calvados region. He was a prominent member of the nobles grouped around William (later William I of England, The Conqueror) of Normandy well before the 1066 invasion of England but stayed behind in Normandy during the actual enterprise. The year after Hastings he went to England and received land grants in Sussex. He is thought to have constructed the Castle of Montgomery (now in Powys, but formerly named Mongomeryshire after his family), doing so shortly before the Domesday Survey. [Burke's Peerage, p. 2604]

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EARLDOM OF SHREWSBURY (I) 1074

EARLDOM OF ARUNDEL (I) 1067

ROGER DE MONTGOMERY (who, in right of his 1st wife, Mabel de Bellême, daughter of William TALVAS, was LORD OF ALENCON, SEEZ, &c., in Normandy), having during the invasion of England, remained, as REGENT, in Normandy, came over thence, for the first time, with King William, in December 1067, and, at the Christmas festival, was created an EARL, receiving, among other large grants from the Conqueror, about one third of the county of Sussex, including the city of Chichester and the CASTLE OF ARUNDEL.(a) By this last grant he may be considered to have become EARL OF ARUNDEL, according to the remarkable admission(b) in 1433 on the claim to that Earldom. At all events he was frequently so styled, though, occasionally, he is styled EARL OF CHICHESTER. Dugdale and many later writers consider him to have been EARL OF SUSSEX. On the dismemberment of Mercia, in 1070, another Earldom was conferred on him, by the grant of nearly the whole of Shropshire (with, apparently, Palatine authority), together with the Castles of Shrewsbury and Montgomery, and the Lordship of the West Marches. He was thenceforth generally known as EARL OF SHREWSBURY, though occasionally (according to modern views, more correctly) as EARL OF SHROPSHIRE. He is the "COMES ROGIERUS " of the Domesday survey, where, of course, no local designation is attributed to him. He died 27 July 1094.

(a)This formed the Honour of Arundel, which consisted of the rapes of Arundel and Chichester, being two out of the six rapes into which Sussex is divided. It contained, besides the city of Chichester and the Castle of Arundel (as abovenamed), 84 1/2 knights' fees, ten hundreds (with their forests, woods and chases), three lordships (Halnaker, Petworth and Midhurst) eighteen parks and seventy-seven manors. See Tierney's Hist. of Arundel, p. 12. G.E.C.

It is pointed out however to the Editor by J. H. Round that, according to the latest view of archeologists, the castle may have been erected by Roger of Montgomery himself, after obtaining possession of the Honour. V.G.

(b)The claim to the Earldom as being one by tenure of the Castle of Arundel was made by John Arundel, who had been sum. to Parl. in 1429, the writ being directed "Johanni ArundeIl' de Arundell' Chivaler." In I433 (II Hen. VI) he petitioned [as Earl of Arundel] to be sum. to Parl. and considered as Earl of Arundel, a dignity or name united and annexed to the Castle and Lordship of Arundel, for time whereof memory of man was not to the contrary--a peculiar and distinct claim (as stated in the First Report on the Dignity of a Peer, p. 406), " not connected with any general, but asserting a special right, and which being founded on prescription, was to be supported by evidence of constant and immemorial enjoyment of the asserted right, which right if not shown to have been so constantly enjoyed, the title by prescription failed. This claim, though opposed by John (Mowbray), Duke of Norfolk, was admitted by the Crown, notwithstanding that the assertion of the constant annexation of the title to the Castle of Arundel could not have been sustained, had it been (which it was not) made the subject of an enquiry." (Courthope, p. 30).

The claim then of 1433 was, as is stated above, "admitted by the Crown, or so far admitted as that the assertion in the petition is made the consideration (with others not connected with the question) for the King's acceding to it, with a saving, nevertheless, of the right of the King, of the Duke of Norfolk (who, being a coheir of the Earls of Arundel, had opposed the Earl's claim) and of every other person; which saving clause, as is remarked in the First Report on the Dignity of a Peer, was that species of saving which is deemed in law illusory operating nothing.' (Courthope, p. xx). See also Tierney's Historv of Arundel (vol. i, p. 106), where the judgment is set out, reciting "that Richard Fitz Alan was seized of the Castle, Honour and Lordship [of Arundel] in fee; that, by reason of his possession thereof, he was, without other reason or creation, EARL oF ARUNDEL, - &c."; and stating also, that "the King, contemplating the person of the present claimant, now Earl of Arundel, &c., has, with the advice and assent of the Prelates, Dukes, Earls and Barons in this present Parl. assembled, admitted John, now Earl of Arundel, to the place and seat anciently belonging to the Earls of Arundel in Parl. and council."

Almost similar words are used in the Act of Parl. obtained in 1627, which, in form of a petition to the King recites that the Earldom of Arundel had been real and local from the time whereof the memory of man was not to the contrary, and had, from the time aforesaid, been used and enjoyed bv the petitioner and such of his ancestors as had possessed the Castle of Arundel, &c. Now it is to be noted that the claimant of 1433 alleged that his ancestors, the possessors of Arundel, were Earls of Arundel, both bs(ore, as well as after, the Conquest. Fortunately, however King Harold and his father, Earl Godwin, have not to be included, and still less a long shadowy race of Earls extending upwards towards (even if not including) primeval man. The words "memory of man " must, of course, be read in their strict legal significance, as indicating the reign of Richard I, so that the Act of 1627 (and, possibly, the admission of 1433 also) would not apply to any Earl of Arundel, prior to I I 89.

The Redesdale Committee remarks on these proceedings that they "ought to be considered as an anomaly influenced by political views, and decided apparently without much discussion, and without the assistance of the judges." Moreover the assertion of fact by the claimant as to the Earldom having always depended on possession of the Castle in the past "seems not to have been true, and not to have been made the subject of enquiry when the question was decided." For a similar case of a charter creating a peerage, and setting out, as facts, unfounded statements of the grantee, see the Barony of LISLE, cr. 1444, in the same reign.

[Complete Peerage I:230-33, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

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He [Roger de Montgomery, probably 3rd but 1st surviving son and heir of Roger I de Montgomery by Josceline, a niece of the duchess Gunnor] m. 1stly, probably between 1050 and 1054, Mabel, daughter and heir of William Talvas (5th son of William de Belleme, seigneur of Belleme and Alencon), by his 1st wife, Hildeburg, daughter of Arnulf, who has not been identified; she d. 2 Dec 1079, being murdered at Bures by Hugh Bunel, son of Robert de "Jalgeio", from whom she had taken the "castrum quod in rupe Jalgeii situm est", and was buried 5 Dec at Troarn. He m. 2ndly, Adelaide, daughter of Everard de Puiset. Roger d. 27 July 1094 at Shrewsbury and having been clothed as a monk three days before his death was buried there in the abbey which he had founded. [Complete Peerage XI:683-7, (above extracted starting in page 686)]

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The following additional information was supplied in a post-em by Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann AT yahoo.com:

Seigneur of Montgomery and vicomte of the Heismois [Ref: CP XI:683]
Earl of Arundel or Earl of Chichester, Earl of Shropshire or Salop, called Earl of Montgomery, Seigneur de Bellesme et d'Alencon [Ref: Watney p696]

Seigneur de Montgomery, Vicomte of Heismois, Earl of Arundel and Shrewsbury, Regent of Normandy and England [Ref: Moriarty p44]

Viscount of the Hiemois, Lord of the West Marches, Earl of Chichester, Shropshire, and Sussex [Ref: Turton]
1048: accompanied Duke William on his expedition against Domfront and Alencon [Ref: CP XI:683]
1066: was with the Duke while preparations were in progress for the invasion of England, but did not accompany the expedition [Ref: CP XI:683]

Dec 1067: accompanied the King to England and thereupon received a grant of Arundel and Chichester [Ref: CP XI:683]
1086: 'Comtes Rogerus' at Domesday [Ref: Watney p696]
1st Earl of Shrewsbury [Ref: Doug Smith <alden AT mindspring.com> message to soc.genealogy.medieval 27 Apr 2002]
Roger Earl of Shrewsbury. Also Roger of Montgomery. From Saint Germain de Montgomery, near Lisieux. Lord of Sussex rape of Arundel, with castle there; Earl of Shrewsbury from 1071-74 to death in 1094. Holdings in 12 counties in south, east and west. [Ref: Domesday Online]

Shropshire and the Domesday Book in 1086:
Roger de Montgomery II, better known as Earl Roger in the Domesday, but officially the seigneur of Montgomery, was the major recipient of Shropshire holdings. An old man of considerable wealth and power, he contributed 60 ships to the invasion fleet and was in command of a wing at the Battle of Hastings. He returned to Normandy with Queen Matilda, and the young Duke Robert as Duke William's representative in Normandy. He became head of the council that governed the Duchy of Normandy in Duke William's frequent absences in England. The Norman Montgomery family ancestry was closely interwoven either by blood or marriage with the Duchy of Normandy. However, the family history in Normandy was not without blemish. Roger had four brothers, Hugh, Robert, William and Gilbert. All four brothers were murdered in revenge for the murder of Osberne de Crepon, guardian of Duke William. Roger was the survivor. Continuing, Roger de Montgomery had four sons. Eldest was Robert, Count of Alencon, and successor in Normandy to his vast estates which he still held for his father Roger as his chief domain. He was followed by second son, Hugh, who inherited the Earldom of Arundel, Chichester and Shrewsbury, the life custodian of the main Montgomery family domains granted in England. These would eventually go to Robert in 1098, purchased from William Rufus for 3000 pounds. Next youngest was Count Roger de Poitou who was made the first Earl of Lancaster by Duke William of Normandy, a less maganamious grant which befitted the third youngest son. Philip, the youngest, remained in Normandy and accompanied Duke Robert on the first crusade to the Holy land, and died there in 1094.

Earl Roger was responsible to Duke William of Normandy as his chief architect in the defence of the middle marches of the border in his defence against the Welsh. He built many castles including Montgomery, Shrewsbury, Arundel, Ludlow, Clun, Hopton and Oswestry. His son, Robert, described at the Conquest as a 'novice in arms', but who might have been 40 by the Domesday, represented his father Earl Roger, and created some confusion in the records. Roger, the father, became the Earl of Shrewsbury and the Earl of Arundel in England, and retained his domains in Normandy at Bailleul (Kings of Scotland), Belmeis (Beaumais), Pantulf, Vimoutiers, Say and Tornai. However, Earl Roger also became confused with Roger de Beaumont in Normandy, who, it is claimed, was also head of the council in Normandy. [found this online but didn't cite URL, sorry. Try google: keywords: (title above)]

Earl Roger's Shropshire Land Holdings
Alveley, Baschurch, Berwick (Shrewsbury), Cheney Longville, Chetton, Chirbury, Claverley, Corfham, Culmington, Donington, Dudston, Eardington, Edenhope, Edgmond, Ellesmere, Fenemere, Ford, High Ercall, Hockleton, Hodnet, Kingsmordley, Leebotwood, Loppington, Lydham, Minsterley, Montford, Morville, Netley, Oswestry, Poynton, Pulley, Quatford, Quatt, Rhiston, Romsley, Rorrington, Rowton, Rudge, Ruyton, Shavington, Shawbury, Shifnall, Shipley, Shrewsbury, Siefton, Smethcott, Spoonley, Stottesdon, Stretton, The Marsh, Tong Tuange, Walcot, Wellington, Whittingslow, Whittington, Wilderley, Wistanstow, Withington, Woodcote(Newport), Wotherton, Wrockwardine, Ackley, Aston, Basley, Churchstoke

[Ref: http://www.genealogyweb.com/Shropshire.htm]

Regards,
Curt


General Notes: Wife - Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon

He [Roger de Montgomery] m. 1stly, probably between 1050 and 1054, Mabel, daughter and heir of William Talvas (5th son of William de Belleme, seigneur of Belleme and Alencon), by his 1st wife, Hildeburg, daughter of Arnulf, who has not been identified; she d. 2 Dec 1079, being murdered at Bures by Hugh Bunel, son of Robert de "Jalgeio", from whom she had taken the "castrum quod in rupe Jalgeii situm est", and was buried 5 Dec at Troarn. [Complete Peerage XI:683-7, (above extracted starting in page 686)]

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Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann AT yahoo.com, in a post-em, gives additional information on Mabel:

aka: Mabel/Mabilia Heiress de Belesme (Belleme)

...Mabel of Belesme, described by various sources as "wicked, unnatural and cruel"..."haughty, worldly-minded, crafty, and a babbler". ..."Among those whom either her ambition or her hatred had led her to despoil of their rights was Hugh, Seigneur de la Roche Ige (accent over the "e"), whom she had deprived of his castle. On Dec. 2, 1082, he entered her chamber at the Chateu de Bures, near Troarn, and killed her with his sword. Decapitated her, according to some. Hugh successfully escaped. More detail will be found in "Dictionary of National Biography" (v. 49, pp. 101-2). [Ref: Tom Camfield <camfield AT olympus.net> 29 Feb 1996 message to Gen-Medieval]

died: 10 Dec 1082 [Ref: ES III:636-7]
Dec 5 1082 [Ref: Watney p5, 696]
Dec 2 1079 [Ref: Moriarty p11, 12, 44]
1079 [Ref: Turton p185]
murdered [Ref: Watney p696]

buried: Abbey of Troarn, Eure, (in what is now France) [Ref: McBride, Smokykin] note: Smokykin is David Beckwith's website at http://www.smokykin.com/ged/

Regards,
Curt
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William II Talvas Seigneur D' Alencon, Belleme and Hildeburge De Beaumont




Husband William II Talvas Seigneur D' Alencon, Belleme 4 9 15 19

            AKA: William II Talvas Seigneur D'alencon & Belleme
           Born: Abt 988 - Belleme, Sarthe, Maine/Pays DE Le Loire, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1070 - Alencon, Eure, Normandy, France 15 21
         Buried: 


         Father: William Seigneur De Belleme, And D'alencon (Abt 0965-1028) 4 9 19
         Mother: Maud (Matilda) De Conde-Sur-Noirau (Abt 0968-1024) 4 9


       Marriage:  - 1st Wife 9

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Death 9, 1048




Wife Hildeburge De Beaumont 4 9

            AKA: Hildeburge De Beaumont-Maine
           Born: Abt 990 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Raoul II De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Maine (0965-After 1013) 4 30 31
         Mother: Godehilde (Godehelt) De Belleme (Abt 0968-      ) 4 32





Children
1 F Mabel De Talvas D' Alencon 4 11 13 14

            AKA: Mabel De Belleme
           Born: 1026 - Alencon, Eure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Dec 1079 - Bures Castle, Eure, Normandy, France (Murdered) 13 15
         Buried: 5 Dec 1079 - Abbey Of Troarn, Eure, Normandy, France
         Spouse: Roger II De Montgomery, 1st Earl Of Shrewsbury (Abt 1024-After 1094) 4 10 11 12 13 14
           Marr: After 1048 - 1st Wife 9 17




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Alexander, King of Scotland and Princess Joan of England




Husband Alexander, King of Scotland

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Jul 1249
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 19 Jun 1221




Wife Princess Joan of England 33

           Born: 22 Jul 1210
     Christened: 
           Died: 4 Mar 1238
         Buried: 


         Father: Prince John "Lacklund" of England, King of England (1166-1216) 34
         Mother: Isabella (De Taillefer) D'Angouleme (Abt 1188-1246) 33



   Other Spouse: Alexander II , King of Scotland (1198-1249) 33 34



Children
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23 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:689-96.

24 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, XI:688-9.

25 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, X:12 (e), X:11.

26 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Kelsey Williams, 1 Jan 2004.

27 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Todd Farmerie, 4 Jan 2004.

28 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 10.

29 Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000, IV:Appenndix I, 762-5.

30 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Raoul III de Sainte-Suzanne, Vicomte du Maine.

31 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Ed Mann, 6 Feb 1999.

32 Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org, Godehelt de Belleme.

33 Tauté, Anne. "The Kings and Queens of Great Britain" pub by Elm TreeBooks/Hamish Hamilton Ltd. Great Britain.//.

34 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.


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