Theobald I Of Troyes
M, b. circa 890
- Birth: Theobald I Of Troyes was born circa 890 in France.
Richende Of Bourges
F, b. circa 892
- Birth: Richende Of Bourges was born circa 892 in France.
Eudes De Chartres
M, b. circa 868
- Birth: Eudes De Chartres was born circa 868 in France.
Rothilde Of Tours
F, b. circa 872
- Birth: Rothilde Of Tours was born circa 872 in France.
Guy of Flanders
M, b. circa 1290, d. April 1345
- Birth: Guy of Flanders was born circa 1290 in Richebourg, Flanders, France.
- Death: He died in April 1345.
Hugh Of Bourges
M, b. circa 862, d. circa 892
- Birth: Hugh Of Bourges was born circa 862 in France.
- Death: He died circa 892.
Roheut Of The West Franks
F, b. circa 870, d. circa 928
- Birth: Roheut Of The West Franks was born circa 870.
- Death: She died circa 928.
- Occupation: She was a Rothaut.
Stephen Of Bourges
M, b. circa 830
- Birth: Stephen Of Bourges was born circa 830 in France.
Richilde Countess Of Metz
F, b. circa 850, d. April 877
- Birth: Richilde Countess Of Metz was born circa 850 in France.
- Marriage: She and Charles II King Holy Roman Empire were married on January 22, 869 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.
- Death: Richilde Countess Of Metz died in April 877.
- Occupation: She was a Queens of Ardennes.
Robert De Toeni, Baron Belvoir
M, b. circa 1014, d. August 4, 1088
- Birth: Robert De Toeni, Baron Belvoir, was born circa 1014 in Belvior, Leicestershire, England.
- Death: He died on August 4, 1088.
Adeliza De Belvoir
F, b. circa 1030
- Birth: Adeliza De Belvoir was born circa 1030 in Belvior, Leicestershire, England.
Ralph II Seigneur De Toeni
M, b. circa 1000
- Birth: Ralph II Seigneur De Toeni was born circa 1000 in Tosni, France.
Ralph I Seigneur De Toeni
M, b. circa 937
- Birth: Ralph I Seigneur De Toeni was born circa 937 in Tosni, France.
Hugh De Cavalcamp
M, b. circa 890
- Birth: Hugh De Cavalcamp was born circa 890 in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France.
Malahule Earl Eysteinsson
M, b. circa 845
- Birth: Malahule Earl Eysteinsson was born circa 845 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway.
- Occupation: He was a Haldrick or Malahulc.
Hugh II De Bolbec
M, b. circa 1120, d. 1165
- Birth: Hugh II De Bolbec was born circa 1120 in Whitchurch, Bucks, England.
- Death: He died in 1165.
Walter De Bolebec
M, b. circa 1090
- Birth: Walter De Bolebec was born circa 1090 in Whitchurch, Bucks, England.
M, b. circa 1054, d. July 15, 1102
- Birth: Walter Giffard was born circa 1054 in Longueville, Normandy, France.
- Death: He died on July 15, 1102.
- Occupation: He was an Earl Buckingham.
Agnes De Ribemont
F, b. circa 1075
- Birth: Agnes De Ribemont was born circa 1075 in Buckingham, England.
Saher IV Earl De Quincy
M, b. circa 1150, d. November 3, 1219
- Birth: Saher IV Earl De Quincy was born circa 1150 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.
- Marriage: He and Margaret Of Beaumont were married in 1173 in England.
- Death: Saher IV Earl De Quincy died on November 3, 1219.
- Occupation: He was an Earl Winchester.
- Note: (Earl Winchester On the 15th of June, 1215, King John met his Barons on the field of Runnemede, the ancient meadow of council. His followers were few as he met more than two thousand Knights and Barons in arms encamped on the field. The Barons had sworn an oath that they would compel the King to confirm their liberties or they would wage war agaist him to the death. Theirs was a holy crusade agaist John to recover the liberties their forefathers had enjoyed and to restore the good old customs violated by an oppressive and mercenary ruler. Their demands had been presented to the King months before for his consideration, and before the day passed he affixed his seal to the original but preliminary draft known as the "Articles of the Barons." The exact terms of the Great Charter itself were decided and engrossed during four subsequent days of negotiation, and it was on the 19th that the great seal was affixed to all copies. These were all dated back to the 15th of June, and duly sealed by the King.
The Great Charter of Liberties has become The Mother of Constitutions! The liberties of half the civilized world are derived from the Magna Charta! It is recognized as the basis of our laws, and of national liberty in general. Long standing customs, called Common Law, had now become written law, among them, no taxation without representation, judgement by peers, and due process of law. Liberty is the keynote of the Charter, to have and to hold, to them and their heirs, for ever! The King is not above the law; the law reigns supreme.
Margaret Of Beaumont
F, b. circa 1160, d. January 12, 1234
- Birth: Margaret Of Beaumont was born circa 1160 in Leicestershire, England.
- Marriage: She and Saher IV Earl De Quincy were married in 1173 in England.
- Death: Margaret Of Beaumont died on January 12, 1234 in England.
Robert I De Quincy
M, b. circa 1109
- Birth: Robert I De Quincy was born circa 1109 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.
- Occupation: He was a Lord Of Buckley.
Orable Orabilia De Leuchars
F, b. circa 1131
- Birth: Orable Orabilia De Leuchars was born circa 1131 in Leuchars, Fifeshire, Scotland.
M, b. 1164, d. December 12, 1200
- Birth: Roland MacDonald was born in 1164 in Galloway, Perthshire, Scotland.
- Marriage: He and Helena De Morville were married in 1184 in Kirkoswald, Cumberland, England.
- Death: Roland MacDonald died on December 12, 1200, at age ~36, in Northamptonshire, England.
- Occupation: He was a Lord Of Galloway.
- Note: Lochlann or Lachlan, (d. December 12, 1200), also known by his French name Roland, was the son and successor of Uchtred, Lord of Galloway as the "Lord" or "sub-king" of eastern Galloway. After the death of his uncle Gille Brigte in 1185, Lochlann went about to seize the land of Gille Brigte's heirs. In this aim he had to defeat the men who would defy his authority in the name of Gille Brigte's heir. He seems to have done so, defeating the resistors, who were led by men called Gille Pátraic and Henric Cennédig. Yet resistance continued under a warrior called Gille Coluim of Galloway.
Lochlann's aims moreover encouraged the wrath of a more important political figure that any of the above. King Henry II of England was outraged. A few years before Gille Brigte's death, Henry had taken his son and successor Donnchad as a hostage. Hence Henry was the patron and protector of the man Lochlann was trying to disinherit. When King William of Scotland was ordered to visit Henry in southern England, William was told that Lochlann must be stopped. However, William and Lochlann were friends, and so in the end Henry himself brought an army to Carlisle, and threatened to invade unless Lochlann would submit to his judgment. Lochlann did so. As it transpired, Lochlann kept most of Galloway, and Donnchad was given the new "Mormaerdom" of Carrick in compensation.
More than any previous Lord of Galloway, he was the loyal man and vassal of the King of Scotland. After all, he owed his lands to the positive influence of King William. Whereas Lochlann's grandfather, Fergus had called himself King of Galloway, Lochlann's favorite title was "Constable of the King of Scots".
Lochlann had led William's armies north into Moireabh against the pretender Domnall mac Uilleim, who claimed the Scottish throne as a grandson of King Donnchad II of Scotland. Lochlann defeated him in 1187 at the Battle of "Mam Garvia," a mysterious location probably near Dingwall.
Lochlann, unlike his uncle Gille Brigte, welcomed French and English colonization into his eastern lands. In this, he was following his overlord, King William I of Scotland. Of all the Lords of Galloway, Lochlann is the least mentioned in the Gaelic annals, suggesting that he had lost touch somewhat with his background in the world of greater Irish Sea Gaeldom.
In 1200, he was in the company of King William in England, who was giving homage to the new king, John. Lochlann used the opportunity to make legal proceeding in Northampton regarding the property claims of his wife, Helena, daughter and heiress of Richard de Morville. It was here that he met his death and was buried. (Wikipedia.)