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Martin Vitre De Acigne-Marcilly-Vitre

M, b. 930

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Martin Vitre De Acigne-Marcilly-Vitre was born in 930 in Bretagne, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire, France.
  • Note: Martin Vitre Seigneur DE ACIGNE-MARCILLY-VITRE.

Jubel Juhel Bérenger Comte De Rennes

M, b. 910

Parents

Family: Gerberga (b. 912)

Biography

  • Birth: Jubel Juhel Bérenger Comte De Rennes was born in 910 in Bretagne, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire, France.

Gerberga

F, b. 912

Biography

  • Birth: Gerberga was born in 912.

Parkuritan, II

M, b. 877

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Biography

  • Birth: Parkuritan, II, was born in 877.

Daughter De Rennes

F, b. 882

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Daughter De Rennes was born in 882.

Alan, I

M, b. 855

Family: Orequen De Rennes (b. 860)

Biography

  • Birth: Alan, I, was born in 855.

Orequen De Rennes

F, b. 860

Family: Alan, I, (b. 855)

Biography

  • Birth: Orequen De Rennes was born in 860.

Berenger De Rennes

M, b. 860

Family: Daughter of Brittany (b. 863)

Biography

  • Birth: Berenger De Rennes was born in 860.

Daughter of Brittany

F, b. 863

Parents

Family: Berenger De Rennes (b. 860)

Biography

  • Birth: Daughter of Brittany was born in 863.

Erispoe King of Brittany

M, b. 839

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Erispoe King of Brittany was born in 839.

Nominoe King of Brittany

M, b. 815

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Biography

  • Birth: Nominoe King of Brittany was born in 815.

Rennes D'Auray

M, b. 945

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Biography

  • Birth: Rennes D'Auray was born in 945.

Alfred Baron de Fourgeres

M, b. 980

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Alfred Baron de Fourgeres was born in 980 in Bretagne, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire, France.

Mien I Baron de Fourgeres

M, b. 940, d. 1020

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Mien I Baron de Fourgeres was born in 940 in Bretagne, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire, France.
  • Death: He died in 1020, at age ~80.

Adeliza

F, b. circa 1055

Family: William Peverell (b. circa 1054, d. February 5, 1112)

Biography

  • Birth: Adeliza was born circa 1055.

William Peverell

M, b. 1078, d. 1115

Parents

Family: Avice De Lancaster (b. 1095, d. 1149)

Biography

  • Birth: William Peverell was born in 1078 in Nottinghamshire, England.
  • Death: He died in 1115, at age ~37.

Avice De Lancaster

F, b. 1095, d. 1149

Parents

Family: William Peverell (b. 1078, d. 1115)

Biography

  • Birth: Avice De Lancaster was born in 1095 in Nottinghamshire, England.
  • Death: She died in 1149, at age ~54.

Ademonde De La Haute

F, b. 1066

Parents

Family: Roger Lord of Lancaster de Montgomery (b. 1054)

Biography

  • Birth: Ademonde De La Haute was born in 1066.

Roger Lord of Lancaster de Montgomery

M, b. 1054

Parents

Family: Ademonde De La Haute (b. 1066)

Biography

  • Birth: Roger Lord of Lancaster de Montgomery was born in 1054 in Marche, France.
  • Note: He was the fourth son of Roger of Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabel of Bellme, and came by the appelation "the Poitevin" due to his marriage to an heiress from Poitou. Sometime before the 1086 Domesday survey he acquired, probably through the influence of his father, a great lordship in England, with lands in Lancashire (which however had not yet been established as a county), Essex, Suffolk, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Hampshire. The principal part of the Lordship was in was then called inter Mersam et Ripam, that is, "between the Mersey and the Ribble", and is now part of Lancashire. Also before 1086 he married Almodis, daughter of count Aldebert II of La Marche in Poitou, and sister and presumptive heiress of the childless and unmarried count Boso III. At some point after the Domesday survey he acquired a large part of what is now Lancashire north of the Ribble, as well as the great honour of Eye centered in Suffolk. In the following years he was heavily involved in the affairs of his elder brothers, probably participating in their Rebellion of 1088 against William Rufus, and more certainly a part of Robert's private wars with the latter's Norman neighbors. Around 1091 Roger's brother-in-law Boso died, but Roger was apparently preoccupied with Norman and English affairs, and his wife's uncle Odo became count of La Marche. Roger's father died in 1094, leaving his estates to Roger's elder brothers. Roger now had to pick his own course in the complicated politics of late 11th century England and France. His first big choice came later in 1094, during the conflicts between William Rufus and Robert Curthose. Rufus had been generous to Roger and was his overlord in England, while Roger's elder brother Robert was loyal to Curthose. Rufus sent Roger to hold the castle at Argentan in Normandy, but Roger quickly and without a fight surrendered it to Philip I of France, who was an ally of Curthose. Naturally he lost Rufus' trust and had little influence on the remaining four years of the reign. Roger, along with his brothers, was a supporter of Curthose in his conflicts with Henry I of England during the early years of Henry's reign. After their failed rebellion of 1102, they lost their English holdings and were exiled. Roger then went to his wife's holdings in Poitou. Almodis' uncle Odo was ousted as count of La Marche in 1104, and subsequently the sons of Roger and Almodis are styled as count. Roger himself appears not have had much influence in affairs there, and in 1109 he was permitted to return to England (Robert Curthose having in the interim been defeated and imprisoned), where he stayed for a while but did not recover his earlier holdings. He was the fourth son of Roger of Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury and Mabel of Bellme, and came by the appelation "the Poitevin" due to his marriage to an heiress from Poitou. Sometime before the 1086 Domesday survey he acquired, probably through the influence of his father, a great lordship in England, with lands in Lancashire (which however had not yet been established as a county), Essex, Suffolk, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Hampshire. The principal part of the Lordship was in was then called inter Mersam et Ripam, that is, "between the Mersey and the Ribble", and is now part of Lancashire. Also before 1086 he married Almodis, daughter of count Aldebert II of La Marche in Poitou, and sister and presumptive heiress of the childless and unmarried count Boso III. At some point after the Domesday survey he acquired a large part of what is now Lancashire north of the Ribble, as well as the great honour of Eye centered in Suffolk. In the following years he was heavily involved in the affairs of his elder brothers, probably participating in their Rebellion of 1088 against William Rufus, and more certainly a part of Robert's private wars with the latter's Norman neighbors. Around 1091 Roger's brother-in-law Boso died, but Roger was apparently preoccupied with Norman and English affairs, and his wife's uncle Odo became count of La Marche. Roger's father died in 1094, leaving his estates to Roger's elder brothers. Roger now had to pick his own course in the complicated politics of late 11th century England and France. His first big choice came later in 1094, during the conflicts between William Rufus and Robert Curthose. Rufus had been generous to Roger and was his overlord in England, while Roger's elder brother Robert was loyal to Curthose. Rufus sent Roger to hold the castle at Argentan in Normandy, but Roger quickly and without a fight surrendered it to Philip I of France, who was an ally of Curthose. Naturally he lost Rufus' trust and had little influence on the remaining four years of the reign. Roger, along with his brothers, was a supporter of Curthose in his conflicts with Henry I of England during the early years of Henry's reign. After their failed rebellion of 1102, they lost their English holdings and were exiled. Roger then went to his wife's holdings in Poitou. Almodis' uncle Odo was ousted as count of La Marche in 1104, and subsequently the sons of Roger and Almodis are styled as count. Roger himself appears not have had much influence in affairs there, and in 1109 he was permitted to return to England (Robert Curthose having in the interim been defeated and imprisoned), where he stayed for a while but did not recover his earlier holdings.

Alberic III Count of La Haute

M, b. circa 1040

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Family:

Biography

  • Birth: Alberic III Count of La Haute was born circa 1040.

Hugh de Keveliock V Earl of Chester

M, b. 1122, d. January 30, 1181

Parents

Family: Bertrade De Montfort D'Evreux (b. 1138, d. July 12, 1189)

Biography

  • Birth: Hugh de Keveliock V Earl of Chester was born in 1122 in Kevelioc, Monmouth, Wales.
  • Death: He died on January 30, 1181, at age ~59, in Leeke, Stafford, England.
  • Note: Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester (1147 - June 30, 1181) was the son of Ranulph de Gernon, 2nd Earl of Chester and Maud of Gloucester, daughter of Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester (otherwise known as Robert de Caen, the illegitimate son of Henry I of England, making her Henry's granddaughter). He is thought by some to have taken his name from Kevelioc in Monmouth as his birthplace, but others think that instead he was born in, and took the name of, Cyfeiliog in Merionethshire or Meirionydd, Wales.

    He was underage when his father's death in 1153 made him heir to his family's estates on both sides of the channel. He joined the baronial Revolt of 1173-1174 against King Henry II of England, and was influential in convincing the Bretons to revolt. After being captured and imprisoned after the Battle of Alnwick, he finally got his estates restored in 1177, and served in King Henry's Irish campaigns.

    In 1169 he married Bertrade de Montfort of Evreux, daughter of Simon III de Montfort. She was the cousin of King Henry, who gave her away in marriage. (Wikipedia)

    Hugh de Cyvelioc, Earl of Chester, married Bertrude, daughter of Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester and Evereaux. They had one son, Ranulph, who died sine prole 1232, and 5 daughters, and you are descended from all five of them either through John Whitney or Robert Abell. The 1st daughter, Matilda or Maud, married David, Earl of Huntingdon, of whom further. 2nd Hawise above married Robert de Quincey. 3rd Agnes married William Ferrers, from whom both John Whitney and Robert Abell come. 4th Mabill married William de Albini, from whom John Whitney comes through Isabel de Albini, who married John FitzAlan. 5th Amicia married Ralph Mainwaring, to Robert Abell. She is the one who is claimed to have been an illegitimate daughter. (Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith, page 271)

    HUGH II, surnamed Keveliok because he was born in the commote or province of Cyveliok situate in that part of Wales anciently called Powys; succeeded his father 1153; performed many valiant actions, but for some time was in rebellion against Henry II by whom he was overcome and obliged to submit to the King who, however, restored to him all his lands; died at Leeke, in Staffordshire, and was buried at Chester 1181, 27 Henry II; his wife was Bertred (or Bertrade), daughter of Simon, Earl of Evereux, in Normandy. (Fenwick Allied Ancestry, page 105.)

Bertrade De Montfort D'Evreux

F, b. 1138, d. July 12, 1189

Parents

Family: Hugh de Keveliock V Earl of Chester (b. 1122, d. January 30, 1181)

Biography

  • Birth: Bertrade De Montfort D'Evreux was born in 1138 in Montfort, France.
  • Death: She died on July 12, 1189, at age ~51, in Evreux, Eure, Haute-Normandie, France.

Maud Fitzrobert

F, b. 1106, d. July 29, 1189

Parents

Family: Ranulph IV Earl of Chester des Gernons (b. 1100, d. December 16, 1153)

Biography

  • Birth: Maud Fitzrobert was born in 1106 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.
  • Death: She died on July 29, 1189, at age ~83.

Ranulph IV Earl of Chester des Gernons

M, b. 1100, d. December 16, 1153

Parents

Family: Maud Fitzrobert (b. 1106, d. July 29, 1189)

Biography

  • Birth: Ranulph IV Earl of Chester des Gernons was born in 1100 in Gernon Castle, Normandy, France.
  • Death: He died on December 16, 1153, at age ~53.

Robert de Caen Earl of Gloucester

M, b. 1086, d. October 31, 1147

Parents

Family: Mabel Fitzhamon (b. 1090, d. 1157)

Biography

  • Birth: Robert de Caen Earl of Gloucester was born in 1086 in Caen, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, France.
  • Death: He died on October 31, 1147, at age ~61, in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.