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Johannes Siebel and Anna Catharina Pithan




Husband Johannes Siebel

           Born: 29 Oct 1618 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: WFT Est 1664-1710
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       Marriage: 20 Jan 1645/46




Wife Anna Catharina Pithan

           Born: After 1618
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           Died: 20 Nov 1676 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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1 F Anna Margretha Siebel

           Born: 24 Nov 1662 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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           Died: 26 Nov 1733 - Freudenberg, , , Germany
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         Spouse: Hermann(us) Hahner\Haener (1659-1712)
           Marr: 11 May 1686 - Freudenberg, , , Germany




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Joseph Wall and Susannah Pittman




Husband Joseph Wall

           Born: Abt 1641 - England
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           Died: Apr 1727 - Surry, Virginia, USA
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Wife Susannah Pittman

           Born: Abt 1642 - Virginia, USA
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         Father: Thomas Pittman (Abt 1614-      )
         Mother: Frances (Abt 1614-      )





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1 M Richard Wall

           Born: Abt 1675 - , Surry, Virginia, USA
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           Died: 1755 - Northhampton, North Carolina
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         Spouse: Lucy Boykin (Abt 1676-Abt 1760)



2 M James Wall

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3 M John Wall

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4 M Joseph Wall

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         Spouse: Margaret Wisdome (      -      )
           Marr: 1 Sep 1915 1



5 F Elizabeth Wall

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6 M Robert Wall

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph Wall

Will probated 13 April 1727, Surry Co, Virginia
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Sir John Russell and Anne Planches




Husband Sir John Russell

           Born: Abt 1340 - Strensham, , Worcestershire, England 2
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           Died: 1405 2
         Buried:  - Strensham, , Worcestershire, England 2


         Father: Robert Russell (Abt 1315-1376)
         Mother: Katherine Vampage (Abt 1316-      )


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Wife Anne Planches

           Born: Abt 1348 - Strensham, , Worcestershire, England
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1 F Elizabeth Russell

           Born: 1374 - Strensham, , Worcestershire, England 2
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         Spouse: Robert Wingfield (1370-1409)



2 F Joan Russell

           Born: Abt 1354
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General Notes: Husband - Sir John Russell

[1771067.ged]
Plantagenet Ancestry of 17th Century Colonists
Author: David Faris
Publicatio n: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1996
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Lord Manny Walter and Margaret Plantagenet, Duchess of Norfolk




Husband Lord Manny Walter

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           Died: 15 Jan 1372
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Wife Margaret Plantagenet, Duchess of Norfolk

           Born: 1320 - , , Norfolk, England
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           Died: 24 Mar 1399 - England
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         Father: Thomas of Brotherton , Prince of England (1300-1338)
         Mother: Alice Hayles\De Hales (Abt 1302-Abt 1327)



   Other Spouse: John de Segrave, 4th Lord Segrave (1314/1315-1353) - 1337-1338 - Brotherton, , Yorkshire, England



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General Notes: Wife - Margaret Plantagenet, Duchess of Norfolk

Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk (also Countess of Norfolk, Lady Manny and Lady de Segrave, later construct Plantagenet) (c. 1320 \endash March 24, 1399) was Countess of Norfolk from 1338 to 1399. She was the daughter of Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk, by his first wife Alice Hayles. She became heiress to the Earldom after the death of her childless brother, Edward, in 1334.

She married firstly in 1337 to Sir John de Segrave, 4th Baron Segrave by whom she had four children:

1. Edmund de Segrave, died in the cradle.
2. Elizabeth de Segrave (1338-1368), married John de Mowbray, 4th Baron Mowbray
3. John de Segrave (September 13, 1340-1349)
4. Anne de Segrave, Abbess of Barking

In 1338, Margaret inherited the Earldom of Norfolk when her father died, becoming the 2nd Countess of Norfolk. Along with this title came the office of Lord Marshal. To date, she is the only woman to have served in this position (or, as it was called in the future, Earl Marshal).

In 1350, Margaret and John de Segrave began seeking a divorce based on the premise that they were contracted in marriage before she was of age, and that she had never consented to marry him. Furthermore, she had begun a relationship with a knight of great renown, Sir Walter Manny, 1st Baron Manny, as she crossed the channel in October 1350 to meet with him in Calais, without the king's permission. The inquisition regarding this incident shows that Margaret illegally crossed the Channel and met with Manny's servant, who broke his lantern with his foot so she could pass unnoticed.

John de Segrave died in 1353, before their divorce could be finalized; the next year Margaret wed Walter Manny shortly before May 30, 1354, and they had two more children:

1. Thomas Manny, drowned in a well as a boy.
2. Anne Manny, 2nd Baroness Manny, wife of John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke

Sir Walter died in 1371. Margaret never remarried, and as a widow was created Duchess of Norfolk for life in 1397, and her grandson Thomas Mowbray, 1st Duke of Norfolk was created duke the same year. Margaret, Duchess of Norfolk, died in 1399 and was buried in the choir of the Grey Friars, London.

* Complete Peerage, Vol.9, sub. Norfolk
* Calendar Inquisitions Miscellaneous, vol. 3, 1937
* Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers: Letters, 4, 1902
* Segrave, Charles, The Segrave Family: 1066 to 1935


Countess and Duchess of Norfolk (From www.everything2.com)
Born c. 1320 Died 1399

Born around the year 1320 Margaret was the daughter of Thomas of Brotherton, (Earl of Norfolk and younger brother of king Edward II), by his first wife Alice Hayles. On the death of her father in 1338 she became, together with her sister Alice, co-heir to her father's estates.1 As the elder of the two sisters, Margaret appears to have been regarded as the Countess of Norfolk in her own right, although it is noticeable that neither of her husbands John de Segrave or Walter de Mauny were ever styled as earls themselves. This however may have less to do with the conventions of the age, and more to do with Margaret's own sense of her own lineage and status.

Her father had also led the office of Marshal of England and Margaret clearly believed that she had a hereditary claim to that office. Although it would not have been possible for a woman in fourteenth century to have preformed the duties of that office, she did claim the right to appoint a deputy in her place. In particular at Richard II's coronation in 1377 she claimed the right to perform the office of marshal at the coronation by deputy. Her claim was however quietly ignored, and the office was granted to Henry Percy later Earl of Northumberland, in the same manner as the office had previously been granted to a succession of appointees since Thomas of Brotherton's death.

Neverthless, she was referred to as "Margaret, marshal, Countess of Norfolk"2 when she was created the Duchess of Norfolk on the 29th September 1397, at which time king Richard expressed his desire to "honour, increase and enhance the name and estate of his honourable cousin" and to "make her from a countess into a duchess" by conferring upon her the "style, title, honour and name of duchess of Norfolk, for the term of her life".

Margaret later died on the 24th March 1399 and was buried at Grey Friars Church in Greenwich.

She was first married (sometime after 3rd March 1327) to John de Segrave, 4th Baron Segrave, and by whom she had two surviving daughters; Anne de Segrave who became the Abbess of Barking and died circa 1377 and Elizabeth de Segrave who married a John de Mowbray, but died in 1368.

Since she was married or betrothed to the Baron Segrave at the age of around seven, she obviously did not have much choice in the matter, and later appears to become disenchancted with the selection that had been made on her behalf. Her subsequent attempts to have the marriage annuled were rendered academic by the death of her first husband in 1353. Sometime around the 30th May 1354 she then married for the second time, chosing as her second husband Walter de Mauny, 1st Baron de Mauny. This marriage also produced two children, a daughter named Anne who died in 1384, and a son named Thomas who died shortly after his birth in 1372.

Having outlived all her children and both husbands, Margaret's sole heir was her grandson Thomas Mowbray, son of her daughter Elizabeth and John de Mowbray, in recognition of which he had been made Duke of Norfolk on the same day as she'd been made a duchess. As it happens Thomas Mowbray, 1st Duke of Norfolk never got to enjoy any of his grandmother's wealth as he had been sent into exile shortly before her death in October 1398, and himself died of the plague at Venice on the 22nd September 1399. Thomas's elder son experienced similar problems and suffered execution as a result of his involvment in Scrope's rebellion of 1405. It was left to Thomas's younger son John who eventually managed secure the Norfolk inheritance.

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1 And after the death if her sister in 1351-2, sole heir.
2 And thus she is sometimes referred to as 'Margaret Marshal' or even Marshall.

SOURCES

# J.E. Powell and K. Wallis, The House of Lords in the Middle Ages, (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1968)
# A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain at www.thepeerage.com
# Stirnet Genealogy at http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm

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Richard II Plantagenet, King of England and Isabella Valois




Husband Richard II Plantagenet, King of England




           Born: 6 jand 1367 - Bordeaux, , Aquitaine, France
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           Died: Abt 14 Feb 1400 - Pontefract Castle, West Yorkshire, England
         Buried:  - Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England


         Father: Edward "The Black Prince" Plantagenet, Prince of Wales (1330-1376)
         Mother: Joan , 4th Countess of Kent (      -      )


       Marriage: 1396

   Other Spouse: Anne of Bohemia (      -1394) - 1382




Wife Isabella Valois

           Born: 9 Nov 1389
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           Died: 13 Sep 1409
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         Father: Charles VI "The Beloved" Valois, of France (1368-1422)
         Mother: Isabeau , of Bavaria (Abt 1371-1435)





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William Plantagenet, Count of Poitou, Sir




Husband William Plantagenet, Count of Poitou, Sir 3 4 5

           Born: 22 Jul 1136 - Argentan, Orne, Normandy, France 6 7
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           Died: 30 Jan 1163 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France 7
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         Father: Geoffroy V "Le Bon" Plantagenet, 10th Count of Anjou (1113-1151) 3 4 8 9 10 11
         Mother: Empress Maude/Matilda England, Queen of England (1102-1167) 3 4 12 13 14


       Marriage: After 1155 - 2ND Husband




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Agnes De Poitou




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Wife Agnes De Poitou 4 15

           Born: Bef 1068 - Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou, France
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   Other Spouse: Helias Du Maine, Count du Maine, Seigneur de la Fleche (Abt 1060-1110) 4 16 17 - 1st Wife



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William II Count Of Poitou, Iv Duke D'aquitaine




Husband William II Count Of Poitou, Iv Duke D'aquitaine 4 18 19

            AKA: William II Of Poitou IV Duke Of Aquitaine
           Born: 937 - Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou, France 20
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           Died: 3 Feb 995 19 21
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         Father: Duke Guillaume III (William I) of Aquitaine, Count of Poitiers & Aquitaine (Abt 0929-0963) 4 22 23 24
         Mother: Adaele (Gerloc) of Normandy (0917-After 0962) 4 23 25


       Marriage: Bef 969




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Adeline (Adeliza) De Poitou De Lancaster




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Wife Adeline (Adeliza) De Poitou De Lancaster

           Born: Abt 1054 - Of Poitou, Of Lancaster
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           Died: 19 Jan 1119-1120 - Of Nottinghamshire, Eng
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         Father: Roger II De Montgomery, Earl Shrewsbury/Arundel (1005-1094)
         Mother: Mabel De Talvas (Debelesme D'alencon), Ctss Shrewsbury/Ctss D'al (1026-1079)





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General Notes: Wife - Adeline (Adeliza) De Poitou De Lancaster

Dau. of Roger de Poitou, earl of Lancaster; m. William Pevrel. Brought large possessions in L ancaster to her marriage. Had two sons named William. [Falaise Roll, Table IV, p. 49]

m. William Peverel; mother of William, Maud, Adelise, Maud, and William the Younger. [WFT Vo l 11 Ped 4329]

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Henry Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford and Ursula Pole




Husband Henry Stafford, 1st Baron Stafford

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Wife Ursula Pole

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1 F Dorothy Stafford

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           Died: 22 Sep 1604
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         Spouse: William Stafford (Abt 1500-1556)
           Marr: Abt 1544



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

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18 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 110-23.

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