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Rotbald I D'angelica Count Of Arles and Daughter De Aquitaine




Husband Rotbald I D'angelica Count Of Arles 1 2

            AKA: Rotbaud I Comte De Provence
           Born: Abt 890 - Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence, France
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           Died: 949 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 919




Wife Daughter De Aquitaine 1

            AKA: Daughter Le Pieux
           Born: Abt 900 - Aquitaine, France
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1 M Boso II of Arles, Count of Provence 1 3

            AKA: Boson Comte De Provence
           Born: Abt 920 - Autun, Saone-Et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
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           Died: Abt 963 - Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence, France 3
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         Spouse: Constance de Provence, of Vienne (Abt 0920-Abt 0963) 1 2
           Marr: Abt 930 2




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Bertha Of Arles




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Wife Bertha Of Arles 1 4 5

            AKA: Bertha Of Burgundy
           Born: Abt 964 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France 6
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           Died: After 1010 - Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, Orleanais/Centre, France 6
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         Mother: Maud (Matilda) Princess Of France (Abt 0943-0991) 1 7 8



   Other Spouse: Robert II "The Pious" Capet, King of France (0972-1031) 1 9 10 11 12 - 995 - 2ND Husband 2ND Wife - Repudiated 998 13

Noted events in her life were:
• Alt. Death 13, 1001



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Robert II "The Pious" Capet, King of France and Bertha Of Arles




Husband Robert II "The Pious" Capet, King of France 1 9 10 11 12




           Born: 27 Mar 972 - Orleans, Orléans, , Centre, France 14 15
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           Died: 20 Jul 1031 - Melun, , Île-de-France, France 10 15 16
         Buried:  - St Denis, Isle De France, France


         Father: Hugh Capet, King of France (Abt 0941-0996) 1 9 17 18 19
         Mother: Princess Adelaide de Poitiers of Aquitaine (Abt 0952-1004) 1 14 19 20


       Marriage: 995 - 2ND Husband 2ND Wife - Repudiated 998 13

   Other Spouse: Queen Constance d'Arles (Abt 0986-1032) 1 12 15 21 - Bef 1002 - France 22

   Other Spouse: Rosela/Susanna of Italy (Abt 0962-1003) 1 14 23 24 - Bef 1 Apr 988 - 2ND Husband 1St Wife - Repudiated 992 25

   Other Spouse: Bertha , of Burgundy (0962-      ) - 997 - Tours, Indre-et-Loire, Touraine, France

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth 10 16, Abt 970

• Alt. Birth 13, 985

• Ruled, 996-1031

• Reigned, 996-1031




Wife Bertha Of Arles 1 4 5

            AKA: Bertha Of Burgundy
           Born: Abt 964 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France 6
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           Died: After 1010 - Blois, Loir-Et-Cher, Orleanais/Centre, France 6
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         Father: 
         Mother: Maud (Matilda) Princess Of France (Abt 0943-0991) 1 7 8



Noted events in her life were:
• Alt. Death 13, 1001



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General Notes: Husband - Robert II "The Pious" Capet, King of France

Called Robert the Pious. He was educated at Reims under the French
scholar Gerbert, who later became Pope Sylvester II. Pope Gregory V (died
999) excommunicated him and annulled his marriage, which was considered
incestuous by the church; in 1003 Robert submitted to the pope and married
the daughter of the marquis of Provence. He recognized Hugh, the eldest
of these sons, as his successor. After Hugh's death in 1025, the other
sons, aided by their mother, revolted; Robert was still fighting them at
the time of his own death. Robert was called The Pious because of his
humility and charity; he was also esteemed as a soldier and ruler.
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Living and Living




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         Father: Charles Ashley Tolbert (1894-1970)
         Mother: Azzie May Benson (1899-1987)





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Living and Living




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         Father: Living
         Mother: Living





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Jacob Arnd(s)




Husband Jacob Arnd(s)

           Born: Bef 1670 - Obersdorf, Germany
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           Died:  - Oberfischbach, Germany
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       Marriage: Bef 1690 - Germany




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1 M Hans Henrich Arnds

           Born: 1693 - Cherhees, Germany
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           Died: 3 Sep 1763 - Bockseifen, , Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
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         Spouse: Margarethe Schneider (After 1690-1741)
           Marr: 4 Mar 1715/16 - Freudenberg, , , Germany




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John Frederick Miller and Anna Maria Arnds




Husband John Frederick Miller




            AKA: Johann Friedrich Mueller
           Born: 11 Nov 1711 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: 1787 - Halifax, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Hermann Mueller (1676-1749)
         Mother: Anna Margreta Haener (1688-1734)


       Marriage: 4 Jul 1737 - Freudenberg, , , Germany

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth, 2 Aug 1711

• Alt. Birth, Meckesheim, Heidelberg, Germany, 11 Nov 1711

• Ship Passage, arrived on 18 Sep 1738 - Rotterdam by way of Southampton, England and then Savannah, Gerogia.

Listed in ship's log as Johann Friedrich Müller, 27, Anna Maria (Arnd) and Matthias, (under 1 year old). Notes indicate that they carried on to Little Fork, Culpeper Co, Virginia.




Wife Anna Maria Arnds

            AKA: Mary Miller
           Born: 6 Dec 1716 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died:  - Halifax, Virginia, USA
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         Father: Hans Henrich Arnds (1693-1763)
         Mother: Margarethe Schneider (After 1690-1741)



Noted events in her life were:
• Alt. Birth, Meckesheim, Heidelberg, Germany, Dec 1716



Children
1 F Elizabeth Miller

           Born: Abt 1745
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           Died: WFT Est 1767-1839
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         Spouse: Mr. Hutchinson (WFT Est 1716/1745-WFT Est 1766/1832)
           Marr: Abt 1761



2 M Harman Miller

           Born: Abt 1747
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           Died: WFT Est 1748-1837
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3 F Mary Miller

           Born: Abt 1748
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           Died: WFT Est 1764-1837
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         Spouse: Mr. Hutchinson (WFT Est 1716/1745-WFT Est 1766/1832)
           Marr: WFT Est 1764-1796



4 M Jacob Miller

            AKA: J. Frederick Miller
           Born: Abt 1750
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           Died: Abt 1828 - , Laurens, South Carolina, USA
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         Spouse: Martha Roberts (WFT Est 1734/1758-WFT Est 1781/1846)
           Marr: WFT Est 1769-1799



5 M Haman Miller, Sr.

           Born: Abt 1753 - South Carolina
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           Died: 1814 - , Randolph, North Carolina, USA
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         Spouse: Frances Roberts (1748-1815)
           Marr: WFT Est 1766-1797



6 M Frederick Miller

           Born: 1755 - Halifax, Virginia, USA
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           Died: Fall 1827 - , Maury, Tennessee, USA
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         Spouse: Mary Frances Carter (1759-Bef 1821)
           Marr: 12 Apr 1787 - Halifax, Virginia, USA




General Notes: Husband - John Frederick Miller

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According to the research of Jane Miller and she traveled to Germany to check this information, she has his name as: Johann Friedrich Muller.


Johann Friedrich Mueller seems to have changed his name upon immigration to the colonies. After his arrival in the americas his name is listed as John Frederick Miller

Possibly sailed on either The Oliver, Thistle or Glasgow
Probally the Oliver: Johann Frederick Müller


On August 23rd, John made his Last Will & Testament (Halifax Co. W.B. 2, p. 256-57)

Gleanings of Virginia History: An Historical and Genealogical Collection ...
John Frederick Miller paid for provisions given to Colonial service during the French and Indian War
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One of the men on the ill-fated ship Oliver was John Frederick Miller (Johann Frederick Müller). More has been published about his ancestry than about his descendants. He was born on August 2 in the year 1711, the son of Harmann and Anna Margaretha (Häner) Müller. In 1733, he was accepted as an apprentice in the Guild of Steelsmiths and Toolmakers, of which his father was a Master. He may have dropped out of this program, for he married Anna Maria Arnd on 4 July 1737 when he was 26 and she was 20. On 2 January 1738, the first child, Matthias, was born at Freudenberg. Within months the family set out on a new course in life in "Georgia". He was accompanied by his brother, Hermann Müller, who was a bachelor.

It was nine years after landing before John Frederick Miller created any record in Virginia. He entered for 400 acres on the North Fork of the Mayo River extending to the Piney Mt. Lands in the Patrick-Henry County area (now Lunenburg). The very next entry in the record book for the same area is for Haman Crites, who is undoubtedly the Hymenäus Creutz of the 1738 Freudenberg emigration list. Haman Crites has not generally been recognized as a Germanna citizen, and, in fact, we have no proof that he ever lived in the Germanna area.

John Frederick appeared in the court so many times that it is mystery as to where he was in nine years prior to his settlement in southern Virginia. He may have been married more than once. His will names a Mary as his wife, but considering the high mortality rate among the Oliver's passengers, the odds are that his original wife did not survive the trip. There is no record of the son that was born in Germany. Eight more children were born in America, and for the five for which there are records, they scattered widely. The five died in North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Tennessee, and in Virginia.

The history of the family has been published in the work entitled, "The Family and Descendants of John Frederick Miller, 1711-1787", which was produced by Clovis E. Miller in a limited edition. Copies were filed in significant libraries and distributed privately.
From: http://virts.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~george/johnsgermnotes/germhs72.html


General Notes: Wife - Anna Maria Arnds

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According to Jane Miller, Anna Marie was known in America as Mary Miller.
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Hans Henrich Arnds and Margarethe Schneider




Husband Hans Henrich Arnds

           Born: 1693 - Cherhees, Germany
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           Died: 3 Sep 1763 - Bockseifen, , Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
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         Father: Jacob Arnd(s) (Bef 1670-      )
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       Marriage: 4 Mar 1715/16 - Freudenberg, , , Germany




Wife Margarethe Schneider

           Born: After 1690 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: 20 Oct 1741 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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         Father: Hermannus Schneider (1645-1706)
         Mother: Maria (After 1645-1730)





Children
1 F Anna Maria Arnds

            AKA: Mary Miller
           Born: 6 Dec 1716 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died:  - Halifax, Virginia, USA
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         Spouse: John Frederick Miller (1711-1787)
           Marr: 4 Jul 1737 - Freudenberg, , , Germany




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Herbastus Forester Of Arque and Gunnhild Olafsdottir




Husband Herbastus Forester Of Arque 1 26

            AKA: Herbastus "Not" De Crepon
           Born: Abt 911 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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         Father: Herfast Of Arque (Abt 0885-      ) 1
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Wife Gunnhild Olafsdottir 1

           Born: 923 - Sweden
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         Father: Olaf Mitkg  II Bjornsson, King of Sweden (Abt 0885-Abt 0964) 1 27
         Mother: Ingelberg Thrandsdottir (0886-Abt 1000) 1





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1 F Gunnor (Gundra\Gunnora) "Not" of Crepon 1 26 28 29 30

           Born: Abt 942 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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           Died: 1031 - France 26
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         Spouse: Richard I "The Fearless" of Normandy, Duke of Normandy (0933-0996) 1 28 31 32 33 34
           Marr: Bef 959 - Danish Wife - Christian Marriage After 968 26



2 F Senfrie (Senfria\Seinfreda) "Not" De Crepon 1 30 35 36

           Born: Abt 950 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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         Spouse: Forester Of St. Vaast D'equiqueville (Abt 0950-      ) 1 30 36



3 F Duvelina (Eva\Dulceline) "Not" De Crepon 1 30 37 38

           Born: Abt 953 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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         Spouse: Turulf (Thorold) Seigneur De Pont Audemer (Abt 0952-0979) 1 39 40



4 M Herfast (Arfastus) De Crepon 1 30 41

           Born: Abt 955 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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           Died: Deceased - Crepon, Calvados, Normandy, France
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5 F Avelina (Wevia) "Not" De Crepon 1 29 30 42 43

           Born: Abt 960 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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         Spouse: Osbern I De Bolbec, Seigneur Of Longueville (Abt 0945-1035) 1 42 43




General Notes: Husband - Herbastus Forester Of Arque

Apparently there is no evidence of what the name was of the father of Gunnor, Senfrie, Herfast, and Avelina. Ancestral Roots states he was a forester of Arque. He was not of Crepon, but later genealogists mistakenly thought the family was of Crepon because Herbastus' son, Herfast, received lands in Crepon, probably due to the relationship of his sister with Duke Richard.

I will leave the "de Crepon" name with the family, just as I have the Plantagenet name with that family, although the Plantagenets were not known by that name until Richard, Duke of York in the 1400's. However I will put a "not' in front of everybody but the son, who was "de Crepon".

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The following is a post to SGM, 3 Dec 1996, by Todd Farmerie:

From: Todd A. Farmerie (taf2 AT po.cwru.edu)
Subject: Robert de Torigny and the family of Gunnor, Duchess of Normandy
Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
Date: 1996/12/03

There have been many posts requesting information on the various Norman relationships compiled by Robert de Torigny. This is an attempt to summarize and harmonize several recent works on some of the lines:

Elisabeth M C van Houts. Robert of Torigni as Genealogist. in Studies in Medieval History presented to R. Allen Brown, p.215-33.

Kathleen Thompson. The Norman Aristocracy before 1066: the Example of the Montgomerys. in Historical Research 60:251-63.

K S B Keats-Rohan. Aspects of Torigny's Genealogy Revisited. in Nottingham Medieval Studies 37:21-7.

Robert de Torigny, writing after the Norman Conquest, recorded the genealogical traditions which tied many of the Norman nobility to the family of Gunnor, first mistress of Richard I, then Duchess of Normandy. He reported the tradition that Richard had become infatuated with the wife of one of his foresters, but being the pious wife, she substituted her sister Gunnor, much to everyone's satisfaction. He proceded to name the siblings of Gunnor, and also indicated the she had numerous nieces, who are left unnamed, but whose marriages and descendants are provided.

The genealogical information contained in this account has at various times been praised and condemned, but recent opinion seems to favor the view that, while minor errors abound, the genealogies accurately represent a tradition of shared descent that may account for the rapid rise of these nobles.

The parentage of Gunnor and her siblings is unknown. While some sources call her father Herfastus, this was in fact the name of her brother. She has also been claimed as daughter of the Danish royal family, but there is no evidence for this, and the context of her coming to the attention of Richard I and the family's subsequent rise to power militates against her being a royal daughter. Douglas argued (in a 1944 English Historical Review article on the family of William Fitz Osbern), based on the donations of brother Arfast to the monastery of St. Pere, that the root of the family was in the Cotetin region of Normandy, but van Houts has suggested that the Cotetin land was granted to Arfast, rather than inherited by him. Thus we are left with the more ambiguous statements of Torigny and others that she was a member of a Norman family of Danish origins.

The only known brother of Gunnor was Arfast/Herfast, of whom we gain what little insight we have from a trial of heretics conducted by Robert II. Arfast testified that he had pretended to join the sect, all the better to denounce them when the time arose. He later donated lands to the monastery of St. Pere, to which he retired. He had at least two sons: Osbern, who was steward to the later Dukes, and was murdered by William de Montgomery while defending the young Duke William; and Ranulf, known from charters. Osbern maried a niece of Richard I (the daughter of his half-brother) and by her was the father of the Conquest baron William Fitz Osbern.

Gunnor had at least three sisters, of which the oldest appears to have been Senfria (Seinfreda), who was wife of the (unnamed) forester from the area of St. Vaast d'Equiqueville, and it was her charms which are said first to have attracted the attentions Duke Richard I. She appears to have had at least one daughter, Joscelina, wife of Hugh de Montgomery. (Torigny makes Joscelina daughter of another sister, Wevia, but a contemporary of Torigny, in demonstrating the genealogical impediment to a marriage of a bastard of Henry I to a Montgomery descendant specifically calls Joscelina's mother Senfria, and the inheritance by the Montgomerys of large holdings suggests that Joscelina was a significant coheir to her parents, which does not match Wevia's family where two sons would be expected to acquire most of the family land.) Hugh de Montgomery and Joscelina had a son Roger, but contrary to Torigny's statements, he was not the Conquest baron of that name, but instead his father. By a wife possibly named Emma, Roger had: Hugh; Roger (who married Mabel of Belleme and played a significant role in pre-Conquest Normandy); William (who murdered cousin Osbern); Robert, and Gilbert.

Duvelina, a second sister of Gunnor, married Turulf de Pont Audemer, son of a Norman founder Torf, and uncle of the first of the Harcourts. They had at least one son, Humphrey de Vielles, who in turn was father of Roger de Beaumont, another Conquest-era baron.

Wevia, the only other sister of Gunnor named by Torigny, married Osbern de Bolbec (who is otherwise unknown to history). They had at least two sons: Walter Giffard, ancestor of the English Giffard/Gifford families, and also, through his daughter, of the Clare family; and Godfrey, whose son William de Arques had two daughters and co-heiresses.

Torigny indicates that Gunnor had numerous nieces, names the descendants of several of them, but the accounts of these families are more difficult to harmonize with other available sources, as has already been seen with niece Joscelina.

One niece is said to have married Nicholas de Bracqueville, and to have had William Martel and Walter de St. Martin. As to Martel, there seems to have been a connection to this family, since Hawise, daughter of Nicholas married Hugh de Wareham, son of a Grippo. Hugh had a brother Geoffrey Martel, but beyond this no recent analysis provides any insight as to the descent of the later Martels. Walter de St. Martin is even more of a problem, since elsewhere Torigny incorrectly makes him brother of William de Warenne, but the ancestry given there is clearly false. Thus it is not clear that Torigny knew the exact connection of Walter, and no evindece to clarify his true origins.

A second niece is said to have married Richard, vicomte of Rouen (who was son of Tesselin). He had a son Lambert of St. Saens, whose son Helias married a bastard daughter of Robert II of Normandy. (If the connection here given is correct, then these two were withing the prohibited degree, which may throw doubt on the relationship, or simply suggest that the relationship did not come to light at the time.) Based on later interactions between Montgomery and Warenne (thought to be related to this branch) it has been speculated that this niece was sister of Joscelina, which is possible but unsupported.

It appears to be through this family that the relationship of two more Norman barons come into play, but not exactly as Torigny presents it. He shows yet another niece marrying Ranulph de Warenne, and by him having William de Warenne and Roger de Mortimer. This is clearly untrue, because Roger appears to have been a generation older than William. The solution appears to be that Torigny (as he had done with the Montgomerys) compressed into one individual a father and son of the same name. Ranulph de Warenne (I) appears to have married Beatrice, sister of Richard, vicomte of Rouen, and thus sister-in-law of one of Gunnor's nieces (thus it would appear that this family actually does not descend from a relative of Gunnor's, but is genealogically linked to some of her descendants) and had sons: Roger (de Mortimer) and Ranulph de Warenne (II), who in turn was father of another Ranulf (III) and of William de Warenne.

Finally, Torigny states that a niece married Osmund de Centumvillis, vicote of Vernon, and had a son Fulk de Alnou, and a daughter whose son was Baldwin de Reviers. Much debate has focussed on the attempt to identify these men, but in the latter case, clearly a connection to the Reviers/Vernon Earls of Devon is intended. The precise nature of the relationship is more difficult to pin down. It would seem that the first Earl Richard de Reviers was son of a Baldwin, who had brothers Richard de Vernon (app. d.s.p.) and William Fitz Hugh de Vernon (perhaps a half-brother, who by wife Emma had a son Hugh, often confused with a Hugh, brother of Earl Richard. It is this error that has led to the statement that Emma was the relative of Gunnor, which derives from a set of relationships hypothesized in CP (under Devon) and predicated on her being mother of Hugh, brother of Earl Richard, an untrue relationship.). If Baldwin, father of Earl Richard, was the same as the grandson of Osmund de Centumvillis this would complete the picture, but one more relationship invites comment. Earl Richard is said by an early source, cited by CP, to be nephew of William Fitz Osbern. This may enable us to place the unnamed wife of Osmund as sister of William Fitz Osbern, and thus a great-niece rather than a niece of Gunnor, although this solution strains chronology.

The work of Robert de Torigny thus provides a valuable source for the genealogical origins of the immediate pre-Conquest Norman aristocracy. When it has been possible to compare the information with other sources, some inconsistancies are found, but it is unclear whether these represent errors of Robert, or inaccuracies in the genealogical traditions he was recording. In most cases, an in-depth study of the available material has enabled modern historians to satisfactorilly reconstruct the descents from Gunnor's family and provide a representation of the true relationships among these early Norman families.

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Herfast Of Arque




Husband Herfast Of Arque 1

            AKA: Herfast "Not" De Crepon
           Born: Abt 885 - Sjaelland Island, Denmark
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           Died: Deceased - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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1 M Herbastus Forester Of Arque 1 26

            AKA: Herbastus "Not" De Crepon
           Born: Abt 911 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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         Spouse: Gunnhild Olafsdottir (0923-      ) 1




General Notes: Husband - Herfast Of Arque

Note: Many people have Herfast as son of Gorm, but the dates would indicate younger brother. In addition Gorm, according to the Royal Families of Scandinavia, is known to have only two sons: Knut, who died abt 936, & Harald Bluetooth, who possibly killed his older brother.

The general opinion of professional genealogists is that Herfast's ancestry is unknown, but probably the ancestors of Gunnora, wife of Richard I of Normandy were minor nobles, of Danish origin. Gorm was a powerful monarch of a united Denmark, while his father Harald was a minor king of the island of Sjaelland. Thus a younger son of Harald would fit the mold better than a son of Gorm.

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33 Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999, 157-1.

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35 The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968, 100, 13.

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42 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 184-1.

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