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Philip II Augustus , King of France and Isabella of Hainault




Husband Philip II Augustus , King of France 1

           Born: 21 Aug 1165 - Gonesse, , , France
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           Died: 1223
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         Father: King Louis VII of France (Abt 1121-1180) 1
         Mother: Adele of Champagne (      -      )


       Marriage: 1180

Noted events in his life were:
Reigned, 1180-1223




Wife Isabella of Hainault

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           Died: 1190
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1 M King Louis VIII "The Lion" of France, King of France 1

           Born: 3 Sep 1187 - Paris, , , France
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           Died: 8 Nov 1226 - Chcateau De Montpensier, Auvergne
         Buried:  - Saint Denis, Isle De France, Paris, , , France
         Spouse: Princess Blanca Alphonsa of Castile (Bef 1188-1252)




General Notes: Husband - Philip II Augustus , King of France

Philip II (of France) (1165-1223), king of France (1180-1223), one of the
most powerful European monarchs of the Middle Ages. His full name was
Philip Augustus.

The son of King Louis VII, Philip was born on August 21, 1165, in Gonesse,
near Paris. He became coregent with his father in 1179. From 1181 to 1186
Philip combated a coalition of barons in Flanders, Burgundy, and Champagne
and at their expense increased the royal domain. Philip allied himself
with Richard, duke of Aquitaine, who in 1189 became Richard I of England,
and in 1190 the two kings embarked on the Third Crusade. The kings
quarreled, however, and Philip returned to France in 1191. Allied with
Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI and Richard's brother, John, later king of
England, Philip attacked Richard's territories in France. Richard returned
in 1194 and went to war against Philip. By the time of Richard's death in
1199, Philip had been forced to surrender most of the territory he had
annexed. Philip subsequently warred against John, who became king of
England in 1199; between 1202 and 1205 Philip more than doubled his
territory by annexing Normandy, Maine, Brittany, Anjou, Touraine, and
Poitou.

A coalition of European powers, including England, challenged the growing
power of France in 1214. Philip's forces, however, decisively defeated the
coalition at the Battle of Bouvines, establishing France as a leading
country of Europe.

Philip increased the royal power not only by extending the royal domain
but also by reducing the power of the feudal lords. He replaced the noble
officers at court with an advisory council appointed from the middle class
and supported the communes against the nobles. France prospered from his
judicial, financial, and administrative reorganization of the government;
serfdom declined, towns grew, and commerce flourished. Philip established
Paris as the fixed capital of France, paved the streets, and had many new
buildings constructed in the city.
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Baron Gilbert Pecche and Iseult




Husband Baron Gilbert Pecche

           Born: Abt 1260
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           Died: 1322
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         Father: Gilbert Pecche (1299-      )
         Mother: Joan de Creye (      -After 1302)


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Wife Iseult

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           Died: Abt 1331
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1 M Lord Gilbert Pecche, Baron Pecche

           Born: 1308
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           Died: 1390
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         Spouse: Sibyl Istly (1306-1332)




General Notes: Husband - Baron Gilbert Pecche

Gilbert Pecche, was of legal age in April 1286. In October 1288 he was one of the hostages (Gascon and English) given by Edward to Alfonso of Aragon for the fulfilment of agreements. He was summoned to military service in Gascony 1294, and was there in January 1296/7; against the Scots, 1298-1302, and regularly under Edward II. He was summoned to Parliament from 29 December 1299 (28 Edward I) to 14 March 1321 (Edward II), by writs directed Gilberto Pecche, whereby he is held to have become Lord Pecche.

His seal was affixed to the letter of the Barons to the Pope, February 1300/01. He was a knight in the summer of 1302, and a Knight of the Household of Edward I and Edward II. In June 1311 he was joint commissioner to treat with envoys of France as to matters in dispute under the Treaty of Montreuil (1299), and in 1314 and 1315 was employed as the King's agent or messenger to Gascony and Avignon. In 1316 he was a commissioner to hear a complaint in Suffolk; and again, in Lincs, after his return from Gascony. He was appointed Seneschal of Gascony 18 July 1316. In 1321 he was ordered to abstain from the meeting of the "Good Peers" summoned by Thomas Earl of Lancaster, at Doncaster; and he was granted protection on going in the King's service to Wales January 1321/2. In the last months of his life he appears to have been Steward of the King's Household.

Gilbert Pecche, was of legal age in April 1286. In October 1288 he was one of the hostages (Gascon and English) given by Edward to Alfonso of Aragon for the fulfilment of agreements. He was summoned to military service in Gascony 1294, and was there in January 1296/7; against the Scots, 1298-1302, and regularly under Edward II. He was summoned to Parliament from 29 December 1299 (28 Edward I) to 14 March 1321 (Edward II), by writs directed Gilberto Pecche, whereby he is held to have become Lord Pecche.

His seal was affixed to the letter of the Barons to the Pope, February 1300/01. He was a knight in the summer of 1302, and a Knight of the Household of Edward I and Edward II. In June 1311 he was joint commissioner to treat with envoys of France as to matters in dispute under the Treaty of Montreuil (1299), and in 1314 and 1315 was employed as the King's agent or messenger to Gascony and Avignon. In 1316 he was a commissioner to hear a complaint in Suffolk; and again, in Lincs, after his return from Gascony. He was appointed Seneschal of Gascony 18 July 1316. In 1321 he was ordered to abstain from the meeting of the "Good Peers" summoned by Thomas Earl of Lancaster, at Doncaster; and he was granted protection on going in the King's service to Wales January 1321/2. In the last months of his life he appears to have been Steward of the King's Household.
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Necho I (Memkheperre) , King of Memphis and Istemabat




Husband Necho I (Memkheperre) , King of Memphis

           Born: Abt 710 B.C.
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           Died: Abt 664 B.C.
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         Father: Nekau ba Irib Re' of Sais, Prince of Egypt (Abt 0730 B.C.-Abt 0672 B.C.)
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Wife Istemabat

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1 M Psamtek I (Wahibre) , King of Egypt

           Born: Abt 684 B.C.
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           Died: Abt 610 B.C.
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         Spouse: Mehetenweskhet of Heliopolis (      -      )




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Itermon




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         Father: Hathra (      -      ) 2
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1 M Heremod 2

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Ivar Vidfadma , King of Denmark & Sweden




Husband Ivar Vidfadma , King of Denmark & Sweden

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         Father: Halfdan , King of Denmark (      -      )
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1 M Roric Slingeband , King of Denmark & Sweden

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2 F Aud Ivarsson 3

           Born: Abt 633 - Am, Denmark
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         Spouse: Radbart , King of Garderige (Abt 0638-      ) 3




General Notes: Husband - Ivar Vidfadma , King of Denmark & Sweden

He was king in 660.
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Ivo I , Count of Beaumont-sur-Oise and Gisela de Chevreuse




Husband Ivo I , Count of Beaumont-sur-Oise

           Born:  - Ham, Picardie, France
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         Father: Fouchard , Lord of Ham (      -      )
         Mother: Geila (      -Bef 0981)


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Wife Gisela de Chevreuse

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1 M Ivo II Bellemontensis

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           Died: Bef 12 Apr 1036
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Ivo IV , Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise and Judith




Husband Ivo IV , Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise

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         Father: Ivo III Bellemontensis (      -1059)
         Mother: Emma (      -After 1039)


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   Other Spouse: Adelaide de Gournay (      -1099)




Wife Judith

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Children
1 F Adeliza Beaumont

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           Died: 11 Jul 1091
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         Spouse: Robert de Estoteville, Baron Cottingham (      -      )
         Spouse: Hugh Grantmesnil, Sheriff of Leicester (Bef 1014-1094)




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Ivo IV , Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise and Adelaide de Gournay




Husband Ivo IV , Comte de Beaumont-sur-Oise

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         Father: Ivo III Bellemontensis (      -1059)
         Mother: Emma (      -After 1039)


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   Other Spouse: Judith (      -      )




Wife Adelaide de Gournay

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           Died: 8 Apr 1099
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Iwerydd Verch Cynfyn




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Wife Iwerydd Verch Cynfyn

           Born: Abt 1024 - Of Powys, Wales
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            AFN: FJGT-LJ


         Father: Cynfyn Brenin Ap Gwerystan (Abt 0978-      )
         Mother: Angharad Verch Maredudd (Abt 0982-      )





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Jacob




Husband Jacob

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         Father: Matthan (      -      )
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1 M Living (details have been suppressed)

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         Spouse: Living



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Sources


1 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

2 Europe xc.

3 Knox, Robert John Anderson and Tanner, Danielle. AOL user BobNDani. Fileuploaded on AOL "Tanner/Courtenay/Larsson/9500+" on Feb 2, 1995. File Name: knox0001.ged wsx.


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