Jason J Hendricks
M, b. June 17, 1975, d. May 9, 2016
- Birth: Jason J Hendricks was born on June 17, 1975 in Wausau, Marathon Co, Wisconsin.
- Death: He died on May 9, 2016, at age 40.
- Note: Jason J. Hendricks, 40, Neenah, died Monday, May 9, 2016. He was born on June 17, 1975 in Wausau, the son of Roger and Jane (Giwojna) Hendricks. Jason enjoyed music, going to concerts, playing acoustic guitar as well as the fiddle. He was a real people person, making new friends came easy. Jason excelled with computers, an artist with paint, pencils and pottery. He attended car shows, guns shows and canned vegetables with his father that Jason grew in the garden. Jason flourished in the outdoors camping, bicycling and fishing.
Jason is survived by his parents Roger Hendricks and Jane Hendricks and girlfriend Dana Honick.
In accordance with Jason's wishes no funeral services will be held.
Published in Appleton Post-Crescent from May 14 to May 15, 2016.
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Peter I "the Just" King of Portugal
M, b. April 18, 1320, d. January 18, 1367
- Birth: Peter I "the Just" King of Portugal was born on April 18, 1320 in Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.
- Death: He died on January 18, 1367, at age 46, in Estremoz, Evora, Portugal.
- Note: Afonso IV married his eldest daughter, Maria, to Alfonso XI of Castile in 1328, and she bore him a son (who ultimately became Peter of Castile) in 1334. However, Maria returned home to her father in Portugal in 1335 because her royal husband soon after their marriage had begun a long affair with the beautiful and newly widowed Leonor de Guzman, which the Castilian king refused to end. Alfonso's cousin, Juan Manuel, Prince of Villena, had been rebuffed by the Castilian king in 1327 when the two-year child marriage between his daughter Constanza (granddaughter of James II of Aragon) and Alfonso had been annulled to clear the way for the marriage to Maria. For two years Juan Manuel had waged war against the Castilians, who had kept Constanza hostage, until Bishop John del Campo of Oviedo mediated a peace in 1329.
Enraged by Alfonso's infidelity and mistreatment of his lawful wife, her father made a new alliance with the powerful Castilian aristocrat. Afonso married his son and heir, Peter, to Constanza, thereby allying himself with Juan Manuel. When Constanza arrived in Portugal in 1339, Inês de Castro, the beautiful and aristocratic daughter of a prominent Galician family (with links albeit through illegitimacy, to the Portuguese and Castilian royal families), accompanied her as her lady-in-waiting.
Peter soon fell in love with Inês, and the two conducted a long love affair that lasted until Inês's murder in 1355. Constanza died in 1345, weeks after giving birth to Fernando, who eventually became the first of Peter's sons to succeed him as king of Portugal. The scandal of Peter's affair with Inês, and its political ramifications, caused Afonso to banish Inês from court after Constanza died. Peter refused to marry any of the princesses his father suggested as a second wife; and the king refused to allow his son to marry Inês as Peter wanted. The two aristocratic lovers began living together in secret. According to the chronicle of Fernão Lopes, during this period, Peter began giving Inês's brothers, exiles from the Castilian court, important positions in Portugal and they became the heir-apparent's closest advisors. This alarmed Afonso. He worried that upon his death, civil war could tear the country apart, or the Portuguese throne would fall into Castilian hands, either as Juan Manuel fought to avenge his daughter's honor, or the de Castro brothers supported their sister. Peter claimed that he had married Inês against his father's orders. In any event, in 1355, Afonso sent three men to find Inês at the Monastery of Santa Clara-a-Velha in Coimbra, where she was detained, and they decapitated her in front of one of her young children. Enraged, Peter revolted against his father. Afonso defeated his son within a year, but died shortly thereafter, and Peter succeeded to the throne in 1357. The love affair and father-son conflict inspired more than twenty operas and many writers, including: the Portuguese national epic Os Lusíadas by Luís de Camões, the Spanish "Nise lastimosa" and "Nise laureada" (1577) by Jerónimo Bermúdez and 'Reinar despues de morir' by Luís Vélez de Guevara, as well as "Inez de Castro" by Mary Russell Mitford and Henry de Montherlant's French drama La Reine morte.
Peter reigned for a decade, and is often confused with his Castilian nephew because of their identical nicknames. Fernão Lopes labels Peter "the Just" and said that the Portuguese king loved justice—especially the dispensing of it, which he enjoyed doing for himself. Inês' assassins received his harshest punishment: the three had escaped to Castile, but Peter arranged for them to be exchanged for Castilian fugitives residing in Portugal with his nephew, Peter of Castile. The Portuguese king conducted a public trial of Pêro Coelho and Álvaro Gonçalves in 1381. After finding them guilty of Ines' murder, the king ripped their hearts out with his own hands, according to Lopes, because of what they had done to his own heart. Diogo Lopes Pacheco escaped and died in 1383.
According to legend, Peter later had Inês' body exhumed and placed upon a throne, dressed in rich robes and jewels, and required all of his vassals to kiss the hand of the deceased "queen". However, contemporary evidence that the event occurred is minimal; Peter did have Inês' body removed from her resting place in Coimbra and taken to Alcobaça where it was reburied in the royal monastery. Peter had two tombs constructed, one for each of them, so they would see each other when rising at the Last Judgment. The tombs show Peter and Inês facing each other, with the words "Até o fim do mundo..." ("Until the end of the world...") inscribed on the marble.
Peter was also the father of Ferdinand I of Portugal and John I of Portugal. John was the Master of the military order of Avis, and he would become the founder of the Avis dynasty after the 1383–85 Crisis, defeating rivals who included Beatrice of Portugal and John I of Castile, and Inês's other son.
Teresa of Lourenco
F, b. 1330, d. circa 1360
- Birth: Teresa of Lourenco was born in 1330 in Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.
- Death: She died circa 1360 in Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.
Charles III "the Noble" King of Navarre
M, b. 1361, d. September 8, 1425
- Birth: Charles III "the Noble" King of Navarre was born in 1361 in Mantes, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, France.
- Marriage: He and Eleanor of Castile were married on May 25, 1375 in Soria, Soria, Castilla-Leon, Spain.
- Death: Charles III "the Noble" King of Navarre died on September 8, 1425, at age ~64, in Olite, Navarra, Navarra, Spain.
Eleanor of Castile
F, b. 1361, d. February 27, 1416
- Birth: Eleanor of Castile was born in 1361 in Epila, Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain.
- Marriage: She and Charles III "the Noble" King of Navarre were married on May 25, 1375 in Soria, Soria, Castilla-Leon, Spain.
- Death: Eleanor of Castile died on February 27, 1416, at age ~55, in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain.
Philip II King of Spain
M, b. May 21, 1527, d. September 13, 1598
- Birth: Philip II King of Spain was born on May 21, 1527 in Valladolid, Valladolid, Castilla-Leon, Spain.
- Marriage: He and Elisabeth of Valois were married in 1543 in Salamanca, Salamanca, Castilla-Leon, Spain.
- Death: Philip II King of Spain died on September 13, 1598, at age 71, in El Escorial, Madrid, Madris, Spain.
Elisabeth of Valois
F, b. April 2, 1545, d. October 3, 1568
- Birth: Elisabeth of Valois was born on April 2, 1545 in Fontainebleau, Seine-et-Marne, Ile-de-France, France.
- Marriage: She and Philip II King of Spain were married in 1543 in Salamanca, Salamanca, Castilla-Leon, Spain.
- Death: Elisabeth of Valois died on October 3, 1568, at age 23.
Charles V Holy Roman Emperor
M, b. February 24, 1500, d. September 21, 1558
- Birth: Charles V Holy Roman Emperor was born on February 24, 1500 in Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
- Marriage: He and Isabelle of Portugal were married on March 10, 1526 in Sevilla, Seville, Andalucia, Spain.
- Death: Charles V Holy Roman Emperor died on September 21, 1558, at age 58, in San Yuste, Caceres, Extremadura, Spain.
Isabelle of Portugal
F, b. October 24, 1503, d. May 1, 1539
- Birth: Isabelle of Portugal was born on October 24, 1503 in Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.
- Marriage: She and Charles V Holy Roman Emperor were married on March 10, 1526 in Sevilla, Seville, Andalucia, Spain.
- Death: Isabelle of Portugal died on May 1, 1539, at age 35, in Toledo, Toledo, Spain.
Philip I of Castile
M, b. July 22, 1478, d. September 25, 1506
- Birth: Philip I of Castile was born on July 22, 1478 in Bruges, West Flanders, Belgium.
- Marriage: He and Joanna of Castile were married on October 20, 1496 in Liernu, Namur, Belgium.
- Death: Philip I of Castile died on September 25, 1506, at age 28, in Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
Joanna of Castile
F, b. November 6, 1479, d. April 12, 1555
- Birth: Joanna of Castile was born on November 6, 1479 in Toledo, Toledo, Spain.
- Marriage: She and Philip I of Castile were married on October 20, 1496 in Liernu, Namur, Belgium.
- Death: Joanna of Castile died on April 12, 1555, at age 75, in Tordesillas, Valladolid, Castile and Leon, Spain.
Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor
M, b. March 22, 1459, d. January 12, 1519
- Birth: Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor was born on March 22, 1459 in Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria, Austria.
- Marriage: He and Mary of Burgundy were married on August 18, 1477 in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.
- Death: Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor died on January 12, 1519, at age 59, in Wels, Upper Austria, Austria.
Mary of Burgundy
F, b. February 13, 1457, d. March 27, 1482
- Birth: Mary of Burgundy was born on February 13, 1457 in Brussels, Belgium.
- Marriage: She and Maximilian I Holy Roman Emperor were married on August 18, 1477 in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.
- Death: Mary of Burgundy died on March 27, 1482, at age 25, in Flanders, Belgium.
Frederick III Holy Roman Emperor
M, b. September 21, 1415, d. August 19, 1493
- Birth: Frederick III Holy Roman Emperor was born on September 21, 1415 in Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria.
- Marriage: He and Eleanor of Portugal were married on March 16, 1452 in Rome, Italy.
- Death: Frederick III Holy Roman Emperor died on August 19, 1493, at age 77, in Linz, Upper Austria, Austria.