Alice de Montgomery

#15001, b. between 1100 and 1105, d. between 1152 and 1195
FatherArnulph de Montgomery b. c 1060, d. bt 1104 - 1165
MotherLafracoth O'Brien
Relationship24th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Alice de Montgomery was born between 1100 and 1105 at Pembrokeshire, Wales.1 She married Maurice FitzWalter FitzGerald, son of Gerald FitzWalter de Windsor and Nesta verch Rhys.1 Alice died between 1152 and 1195.2

Children of Alice and Maurice:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Alice de Montgomery, ID:I30730.

Robert de Bermingham

#15002, b. circa 1124
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Robert de Bermingham was born circa 1124.1

Child of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.

William FitzPatrick1

#15003, b. between 1140 and 1150, d. 17 April 1196
FatherPatrick de Salisbury d. c Apr 1168
MotherEla d'Alencon b. bt 1110 - 1120, d. 4 Oct 1174
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     William FitzPatrick was born between 1140 and 1150 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.2 He married Eleanor de Vitre, daughter of Robert II de Vitre and Emma de Dinham, circa 1184.2 William died on 17 April 1196.3,4

Children of William and Eleanor:

Narrative

     William was also known as William d'Evereaux.

Citations

  1. Earl of Wiltshire and Salisbury.
  2. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 11.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Eleanor de Vitre

#15004, b. circa 1158, d. 1232
FatherRobert II de Vitre b. c 1132
MotherEmma de Dinham b. c 1130
Relationship23rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Eleanor de Vitre was born circa 1158 at Brittany, France.1 She married first Gilbert Tillieres, son of Gilbert Crispin.2 She married second William FitzPatrick, son of Patrick de Salisbury and Ela d'Alencon, circa 1184.1 Eleanor died in 1232.1

Child of Eleanor and Gilbert:

Children of Eleanor and William:

Narrative

     Eleanor was also known as Alianore.

Citations

  1. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Joan Tillieres, ID:I15525).

Gilbert Malmaines Devereux

#15005, b. circa 1186
FatherWilliam FitzPatrick b. bt 1140 - 1150, d. 17 Apr 1196
MotherEleanor de Vitre b. c 1158, d. 1232
Relationship22nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Gilbert Malmaines Devereux was born circa 1186 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.1

Citations

  1. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.

Fulk V d'Anjou1

#15006, b. 1092, d. 10 November 1143
FatherFulk IV d'Anjou b. 1043, d. 14 Apr 1109
MotherBertrade de Montfort b. c 1060, d. 14 Feb 1117
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Fulk V d'Anjou was born in 1092 at Anjou, France.2 He married first Erembourge of Mans, daughter of Helie de la Fleche and Matilde de Chateau-du-Loire, at France on 11 July 1110.3,2 He married second Melisende de Rethel, daughter of Baldwin II de Rethel and Malfia of Melitene, at France on 2 June 1129.2 Fulk died on 10 November 1143 at Acre, Palestine.2 He was interred at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher at Jerusalem.2

Children of Fulk and Erembourge:

Children of Fulk and Melisende:

Narrative

     Fulk was also known as Foulques.

Citations

  1. (le Jeune), Count d'Anjou, King of Jerusalem.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 20.

Erembourge of Mans

#15007, d. 1126
FatherHelie de la Fleche d. 11 Jul 1110
MotherMatilde de Chateau-du-Loire b. c 1055, d. 1099
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Erembourge of Mans married Fulk V d'Anjou, son of Fulk IV d'Anjou and Bertrade de Montfort, on 11 July 1110 at France.1,2 Erembourge died in 1126 at Maine, France.1,2

Children of Erembourge and Fulk:

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 20.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Melisende de Rethel

#15008, d. 11 September 1161
FatherBaldwin II de Rethel b. c 1058, d. 21 Aug 1131
MotherMalfia of Melitene d. c 1126/27
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Melisende de Rethel married Fulk V d'Anjou, son of Fulk IV d'Anjou and Bertrade de Montfort, on 2 June 1129 at France.1 Melisende died on 11 September 1161.1

Children of Melisende and Fulk:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Dietrich II von Lothringen1

#15012, b. between 1099 and 1101, d. 17 January 1168
FatherDietrich II of Alsace b. c 1060, d. 23 Jan 1115
MotherGertrude of Flanders b. c 1070, d. bt 1115 - 1126
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Dietrich II von Lothringen was born between 1099 and 1101 at Alsace, France.2,3 He married second Sybil d'Anjou, daughter of Fulk V d'Anjou and Erembourge of Mans, in 1134.4 Dietrich died on 17 January 1168.3

Children of Dietrich and Sybil:

Narrative

     Dietrich was also known as Theodoric or Thierry I.

Citations

  1. Count of Alsace & Flanders 1128-1168.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 4.

Matilda d'Anjou

#15014, b. circa 1107, d. 1154
FatherFulk V d'Anjou b. 1092, d. 10 Nov 1143
MotherErembourge of Mans d. 1126
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Matilda d'Anjou was born circa 1107 at Angers, Anjou, France.1 She married William IV of England, son of Henry I of England and Matilda of Scotland, in June 1119 at Lisieux, Calvados, France.1 Matilda died in 1154 Fontevrault Abbe at Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France.1

Narrative

     Matilda was also known as Alice.

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 20.

William IV of England1

#15016, b. before 5 August 1103, d. 25 November 1120
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherMatilda of Scotland b. c Oct 1079, d. 1 Jun 1118
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William IV of England was born before 5 August 1103 at Selby, Yorkshire, England.2,3 He married Matilda d'Anjou, daughter of Fulk V d'Anjou and Erembourge of Mans, in June 1119 at Lisieux, Calvados, France.4 William died on 25 November 1120 at sea in the wreck of the White Ship an unknown place at Barfleur, Manche, France.4

Citations

  1. (Atheling), Duke of Normandy.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 3.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 20.

Heltas d'Anjou1

#15017
FatherFulk V d'Anjou b. 1092, d. 10 Nov 1143
MotherErembourge of Mans d. 1126
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Heltas d'Anjou married Philippina de Robou.2

Child of Heltas and Philippina:

Citations

  1. Count of Mayenne.
  2. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCCXCI.

Philippina de Robou1

#15018

Major Life Events

     Philippina de Robou married Heltas d'Anjou, son of Fulk V d'Anjou and Erembourge of Mans.2

Child of Philippina and Heltas:

Citations

  1. Countess of Perch.
  2. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCCXCI.

Fergus of Galloway1

#15020, b. circa 1078, d. 12 May 1166
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Fergus of Galloway was born circa 1078 at Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland.2 He married Elizabeth of England, daughter of Henry I of England and Sybilla Corbet.2 Fergus died on 12 May 1166 at Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh, Scotland.3,2

Children of Fergus and Elizabeth:

Citations

  1. Lord of Galloway.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 30.

Richard of England

#15021, b. after 5 August 1103, d. 25 September 1120
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherMatilda of Scotland b. c Oct 1079, d. 1 Jun 1118
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard of England was born after 5 August 1103 at England.1 Richard died on 25 September 1120 at sea at Barfleur, Manche, France. Richard drowned in the wreck of the White Ship. He was betrothed to Amice de Gael, daughter of Ralph de Gael (d. 25 November 1120, also drowned in the wreck of the White Ship.)2

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 23.

Nesta verch Rhys1

#15024, b. circa 1073, d. before 1136
FatherRhys ap Tewdwr Mawr b. c 1045, d. Apr 1093
MotherGwladys verch Rhiwallon b. c 1041
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Nesta verch Rhys was born circa 1073 at Dynevor Castle at Llandyfeisant, Carmarthenshire, Wales.2 Nesta married first Gerald FitzWalter de Windsor, son of Walter FitzOther and Beatrice ?.3 Nesta married second Stephen of Cardigan after 1103.3 Nesta died before 1136.3

Children of Nesta and Henry:

Children of Nesta and Gerald:

Child of Nesta and Stephen:

Narrative

     Rhys daughter Nesta was known for her beauty and her many lovers. She married Gerald of Pembroke, with whom she had several children but she also was the mistress of Henry I by whom she at least one son. In 1109 she was abducted by Owain ap Cadwgan, for which reasons she became know as Helen of Wales. She would be remembered for her beauty and many escapades.4

Citations

  1. Princess of Deheubarth.
  2. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Angharad FirzGerald, ID:I49096).
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, pages 337, 338.
  5. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Gerald FitzWalter de Windsor, ID:I98350).

Isabel de Beaumont

#15025, b. circa 1100, d. after 1148
FatherRobert I de Beaumont b. 1046, d. 5 Jun 1118
MotherElizabeth de Vermandois b. c 1081, d. 13 Feb 1130/31
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Isabel de Beaumont was probably born at Leicestershire, England, circa 1100.1 She married Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare, son of Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare and Adeliza de Clermont, before 1130.2,1 Isabel died after 1148.1

Children of Isabel and Henry:

Children of Isabel and Gilbert:

Narrative

     Isabel was also known as Elizabeth.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 18.

Fulk IV d'Anjou1

#15026, b. 1043, d. 14 April 1109
FatherGeoffroy II of Gatinais b. c 1004, d. 1 Apr 1046
MotherErmengarde of Anjou b. 1018, d. 21 Mar 1076
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Fulk IV d'Anjou was born in 1043.2 He married first Hildegarde de Baugency, daughter of Lancelin II de Beaugency and Alberga ?, between 1064 and 1068 at France.3 He married fourth Bertrade de Montfort, daughter of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes d'Evreux, circa 1090 at France.2 He was divorced from Bertrade on 15 April 1092.2 Fulk died on 14 April 1109.4,2

Child of Fulk and Hildegarde:

Children of Fulk and Bertrade:

Narrative

     Fulk was also known as Foulques.

Citations

  1. (le Rechin), Count d'Anjou.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCCXCI.

Bertrade de Montfort

#15027, b. circa 1060, d. 14 February 1117
FatherSimon I de Montfort b. c 1026, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d'Evreux b. c 1030, d. c 1087
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Bertrade de Montfort was born circa 1060 at Montfort sur Risle, Eure, France.1 She married first Fulk IV d'Anjou, son of Geoffroy II of Gatinais and Ermengarde of Anjou, circa 1090 at France.1 She was divorced from Fulk on 15 April 1092.1 She married second Philippe I of France, son of Henry I of France and Anna Jaroslavna, on 15 May 1092 at Ile de France, France.2,1 Bertrade died on 14 February 1117 at Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France.1

Children of Bertrade and Fulk:

Child of Bertrade and Philippe:

Narrative

     Bertrade deserted Fulk IV and married Philip I, King of France. Popes Urbain II and Pascal II considered this a "scandalous alliance" and excommunicated Philip. It was to no avail as Philip would not put Bertrade aside. In 1104, Philip received absolution for his marriage. It is reported that Bertrade attempted to arrange the death of Philip's son and heir, Louis, so that her son by Philip would be elevated to the throne. The attempts failed. Despite this, Philip apparently retained affection for Bertrada until his death in 1108. She retired to a convent and died in 1117.3

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 22.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 22.

Hildegarde de Baugency

#15028, b. circa 1044
FatherLancelin II de Beaugency d. 1098
MotherAlberga ?
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Hildegarde de Baugency was born circa 1044.1 She married Fulk IV d'Anjou, son of Geoffroy II of Gatinais and Ermengarde of Anjou, between 1064 and 1068 at France.1

Child of Hildegarde and Fulk:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Philippe I of France1

#15030, b. before 23 May 1053, d. 29 July 1108
FatherHenry I of France b. 15 May 1008, d. 4 Aug 1060
MotherAnna Jaroslavna b. c 1036, d. bt 1076 - 1089
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Philippe I of France was born before 23 May 1053.2 He married first Bertha of Holland, daughter of Florenz I of Holland and Gertrude of Saxony, in 1072.3,2 He was divorced from Bertha in 1091.2 He married second Bertrade de Montfort, daughter of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes d'Evreux, at Ile de France, France, on 15 May 1092.4,2 Philippe died on 29 July 1108 at Meulan, France.3,2 He was interred at the Abbey of St. Benoit-sur-Loire.2

Children of Philippe and Bertha:

Child of Philippe and Bertrade:

Narrative

     Philip I was the eldest son of Henry I, king of France. The first six years of his reign were spent under the regency of his mother and his uncle. Philip's reign was troubled by many clashes with his powerful vassals, particularly in Normandy, but he succeeded in enlarging his dominions. Philip was excommunicated in 1095 because he had repudiated his wife, Bertha of Holland, and married Bertrada, the wife of the count of Anjou.5

Citations

  1. (the Fair), King of France 1060-1108.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S351] Marcellus Donald R. von Redlich, Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 64.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 22.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Ermengardis d'Anjou

#15031, b. between 1064 and 1068, d. 1 June 1147
FatherFulk IV d'Anjou b. 1043, d. 14 Apr 1109
MotherHildegarde de Baugency b. c 1044
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Ermengardis d'Anjou was born between 1064 and 1068 at Anjou, France.1 She married first Guillaume of Aquitaine.2 She married second Alan IV (VI) Fergant of Brittany, son of Hoel V de Cornouaille and Hawise of Brittany.3 Ermengardis died on 1 June 1147.1

Children of Ermengardis and Alan:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 4.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 28.

Guillaume of Aquitaine1

#15032

Major Life Events

     Guillaume of Aquitaine married Ermengardis d'Anjou, daughter of Fulk IV d'Anjou and Hildegarde de Baugency.2

Citations

  1. Duke of Aguitaine.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 4.

Helie de la Fleche1

#15033, d. 11 July 1110
FatherJean de la Fleche d. 1097
MotherPaula du Maine
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Helie de la Fleche married Matilde de Chateau-du-Loire, daughter of Gervase de Chateau-du-Loire, in 1090 at France.2 Helie died on 11 July 1110.2

Child of Helie and Matilde:

Citations

  1. Seigneur de la Fleche, Count of Maine, Siegneur de Ballon.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Matilde de Chateau-du-Loire

#15034, b. circa 1055, d. 1099
FatherGervase de Chateau-du-Loire b. c 1030, d. c 1095
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Matilde de Chateau-du-Loire was born circa 1055 at Chateau Du Loire, Eure-et-Loire, France.1 She married Helie de la Fleche, son of Jean de la Fleche and Paula du Maine, in 1090 at France.1 Matilde died in 1099.1

Child of Matilde and Helie:

Narrative

     Matilde was also known as Mahaut.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

William I of England1

#15035, b. 14 October 1024, d. 9 September 1087
FatherRobert II of Normandy b. c 1000, d. 22 Jul 1035
MotherHarlette de Falaise b. c 1003, d. c 1050
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
Descent from William the Conqueror
Coronationof William the Conqueror, Westminster Abbey
Christmas Day, 1066

Major Life Events

     William I of England was born on 14 October 1024 at Falaise, Calvados, France.2 He married Matilda de Flanders, daughter of Baldwin V de Lille and Adelaide of France, in 1053 at Eu, Normandy, France.3 William died on 9 September 1087 at Priory of St. Gervais, Rouen, France, at age 62.2 His body was interred in September 1087 at Caen, Calvados, France, at the Abbey of St. Stephen which he had founded.2

Child of William and Maud:

Children of William and Matilda:

Narrative

     William I has been called one of the first modern kings and is generally regarded as one of the outstanding figures in western European history. Born in Falaise, France, William was the son of Robert I, Duke of Normandy, and his mistress Arlette/Herleve and was sometimes called William the Bastard. During the Middle Ages bastard was not a derogartory term but rather indicated the child's parents were not married to each other and therefore could not inherit by right. However, the child could inherit if his father had no legitimate heirs and acknowledge the child as his heir. This is what happened with William. Upon Robert's death, the Norman nobles accepted William as his successor. During a visit in 1051 to his childless cousin, Edward the Confessor, king of England, William is said to have obtained Edward's agreement that he should succeed to the English throne. When King Edward died, however, the witenagemot (royal council) elected Harold, earl of Wessex, as king. William secured the sanction of Pope Alexander II for a Norman invasion of England. In October 14, the Normans defeated the English forces at the Battle of Hastings, in which Harold was slain. William proceeded to London and was crowned king of England in Westminster Abbey. William met opposition with strong measures. By 1070 the Norman conquest of England was complete. William invaded Scotland in 1072 and forced the Scottish king Malcolm III MacDuncan to pay him homage. During the succeeding years the Conqueror crushed insurrections among his Norman followers. One feature of William's reign as king was his reorganization of the English feudal and administrative systems. In 1087, during a campaign against King Philip I of France, William's horse fell in the vicinity of Mantes, fatally injuring him.4

     The heart of William the Conqueror was left to Rouen Cahtedral and entrails were interred at the church in Chalus. His burial place was often disturbed. Rome instructed an examination of the grave contents in 1522. In 1562, Calvinists caused "complete devastation" of the tomb, in which the only bit of remains was a thigh bone. The bone was reburied under a new monument. The grave was again demolished in the riots of the revolution of 1793. What was the grave of William the Conqueror is today marked with a stone slab.5

Citations

  1. (the Conqueror), Duke of Normandy, King of England 1066-1087.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 1.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.
  5. [S484] Nell Marion Nugent and Dennis Ray Hudgins Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume II, page 20.

Matilda de Flanders1

#15036, b. 1032, d. 2 November 1083 or 3 November 1083
FatherBaldwin V de Lille b. c 1012/13, d. 1 Sep 1067
MotherAdelaide of France b. c 1003, d. 8 Jan 1078/79
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
Descent from William the Conqueror
Matilda of Flanders
Drawing based on contemporary descriptions

Major Life Events

     Matilda de Flanders was born in 1032 at Flanders, France.2,3 She married William I of England, son of Robert II of Normandy and Harlette de Falaise, in 1053 at Eu, Normandy, France.3 Matilda died on 2 November 1083 or 3 November 1083 at Caen, Calvados, France.2 She was interred in November 1083 at the Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Caen, Calvados, France.2

Children of Matilda and William:

Narrative

     Matilda was also known as Maud.

     Matilda was crowned 11 May 1068 (Whit Sunday) in Winchester Cathedral.

Citations

  1. Duchess of Normandy, Queen of England.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 2.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Richard of England

#15037, b. circa 1055/56, d. circa 1081
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard of England was born circa 1055/56 at Normandy, France.1 Richard's body was interred at Winchester Cathedral.1 Richard was killed by a stag circa 1081 at New Forest, Hampshire, England, while hunting.1,2

Narrative

     New Forest was 75,000 or more acres in southern England reserved by William the Conqueror as royal hunting land. The villages were emptied and cultivated lands was claimed by the King, and sever forest laws were put into effect. Anyone caught poaching could be maimed or put to death. The New Forest was unlucky for the Normans. Two illegitimate sons, Richard and Henry, of Robert Curthose died there as did two of William's I sons, Richard and William II Rufus, King of England.

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 4.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 505.

Cecilia of England1

#15038, b. circa 1055, d. 30 July 1126
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Cecilia of England was born circa 1055 at Normandy, France.2 Cecilia died on 30 July 1126 at Caen, Calvados, France.2 She was interred in August 1126 at the Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Caen, Calvados, France. Cecilia was the abbess of Holy Trinity, a Benedictine convent.2

Narrative

     Cecilia was the Abbess of the Holy Trinity at Caen.

Citations

  1. A nun.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 4.

William II of England1

#15039, b. circa 1057, d. 1 August 1100
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence
William II (Rufus) of England, King 1087-1100
Drawing based on contemporary descriptions

Major Life Events

     William II of England was born circa 1057 at Normandy, France.2,3 William was killed while hunting on 1 August 1100 at New Forest, Hampshire, England.4 He was interred in August 1100 at Winchester Cathedral.2

Narrative

     William was also known as William Rufus.

     William II extended his power into Normandy and Scotland. He was the third son of William I, king of England, who on his deathbed named him as his successor in England, leaving the duchy of Normandy to his eldest son, Robert. In 1088 William's uncle Odo led an unsuccessful rebellion of Norman barons who sought to unseat him in favor of Robert. In 1092 William forced Scottish king Malcolm III MacDuncan to pay him homage. William invaded Normandy in 1089, 1091, and 1094, winning some concessions from his brother Robert II, duke of Normandy, each time. He also held open vacant bishoprics and enriched himself with church monies, incurring the displeasure of many ecclesiastics. William was killed in 1100, while on a hunting trip in the New Forest in Hampshire.5 William was crowned 26 September 1087 in Westminster Abbey. He never married. There may have been an illegitimate son, Berstrand, but it is doubtful. He was called Rufus because of his red coloring.6

Citations

  1. King of England 1087-1100.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 17.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 505.
  4. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.
  6. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 16.

Adela of England1

#15040, b. circa 1062, d. 8 March 1137/38
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)

Major Life Events

     Adela of England was born circa 1062 at Normandy, France.2,3 She married Stephen III (II) of Blois, son of Theobald III (I) of Blois and Garsende of Maine, in 1080/81 at Chartres Chatedral, France.2,3 Adela died on 8 March 1137/38 at Cluniac Priory, Barcigny-sur-Loire, France, as a nun.2,3 She was interred at the Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Caen, Normandy, France.4

Children of Adela and Stephen:

Citations

  1. Countess of Blois.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 5.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Stephen III (II) of Blois1

#15041, b. 1046, d. 19 May 1102
FatherTheobald III (I) of Blois b. b 1012, d. c 29 Sep 1089
MotherGarsende of Maine
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)

Major Life Events

     Stephen III (II) of Blois was born in 1046 at Blois, Loir-et-Cher, France.2,3 He married Adela of England, daughter of William I of England and Matilda de Flanders, in 1080/81 at Chartres Chatedral, France.4,2 Stephen was slain at the battle of Ascalon on 19 May 1102 at Ramulah, Palestine.3

Child of Stephen and an unknown spouse:

Children of Stephen and Adela:

Narrative

     Stephen was also known as Etienne or Henri.

     Stephen was the leader of the 1st crusade.

Citations

  1. (the Sage), Count of Blois, Champagne, Brie, & Chartres.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 5.

Gundred of England

#15042, b. circa 1063, d. 27 May 1085
FatherGherbod
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Gundred of England was born circa 1063 at Normandy, France.1 She married William I de Warenne, son of Ralph de Warenne and Beatrice de Vascoeuil, before 1078 at Normandy, France.2 Gundred died Castle Acre on 27 May 1085.2 She was interred at Lewes Priory.2

Children of Gundred and William:

Narrative

     Some think that Gundred was a daughter of William the Conqueror. However, Weis in The Magna Charte Surties 1215 indicates she is the daughter of Gherbod the Fleming.

     Gundred's tomb was discovered at a later time in Isfield Church, Sussex, where it had been moved on the dissolution of the monasteries in the late 1530s.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 10.

William I de Warenne1

#15043, b. circa 1055, d. 24 June 1088
FatherRalph de Warenne b. c 998, d. a 1074
MotherBeatrice de Vascoeuil
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     William I de Warenne was born circa 1055 at Bellencombe, France.2 He married Gundred of England, daughter of Gherbod, before 1078 at Normandy, France.3 William died on 24 June 1088 at Lewes, Sussex, England.3,2,4 His body was interred at the Priory of Lewes, which he founded, at Sussex, England.5

Children of William and Gundred:

Narrative

     William was a descendant of a sister of Countress Gunnora, wife of Duke Richard I of Normandy.6

Citations

  1. Earl of Surrey, Seigneur de Varennes near Dieppe.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 10.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  5. [S413] William Berry, Pedigress of Essex Families, page 66.
  6. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 10.

Matilda of England

#15044, b. circa 1064, d. before 1080
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Matilda of England was born circa 1064.1 Matilda died unmarried before 1080 at Calvados, France.2 Her body was interred the cathedral church at St. Mary's, Bayeux.2

Narrative

     Matilda was betrothed first to Edwin, Earl of Chester, a Saxon noble, who was murdered, and second to Alphonso VI (the Valiant) of Leon and Castile and Gallicia.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 9.

Robert II of Normandy1

#15046, b. 1054, d. 10 February 1133/34
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Robert II of Normandy was born in 1054 at Normandy, France.2 He married Sibyl de Conversano in 1100 at Ampulia, Italy.2 Robert died on 10 February 1133/34 at Cardiff Castle, Glamorgan, Wales.2 He was interred in February 1133/34 at Gloucester Cathedral at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.2

Children of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Child of Robert and Sibyl:

Narrative

     Prince Robert was affianced in 1061 to Margaret daughter of Hugh IV, Count of Maine, but she died before they were married. It is believed that Robert was called Curthose because of his short legs. At his father's death he received the duchy of Normandy. William Rufus was the heir to his father's throne of England. Curthose rebelled against his brother when he became William II, King of England, and later against his younger brother, Henry, when he became Henry I, King of England. He was captured at the Battle of Tinchebrai on 29 September 1106. He spent his last 28 years in prison, dying in Cardiff Castle.3 Churchill, The Birth of Britain, page 134, remarks on the pschological importance of Tinchebrai: "The Saxons, who had fought heartily for Henry, regarded this battle as their military revenge for Hastings." The victory and the marriage of Henry to the Saxon Edith Matilda, released them "from some at least of the pangs of being conquered," and "a certain broad measure of unity was re-established in the Island."4 Politically, the Battle of Tinchebrai reunited Normandy and England under Henry I. Duncan, The Dukes of Normandy, page 181, states that the three illegitimate issue of Robert were by the daughter of a priest in the French Vexin and adding "the eldest was killed at the chase, the second died in the Holy Land, and the third married Hélier of Saint-Saéns.5

Citations

  1. (Curthose), Duke of Normandy.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 3.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 3.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 3.
  5. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 4.

Sibyl de Conversano

#15047, d. between February 1103 and March 1103

Major Life Events

     Sibyl de Conversano married Robert II of Normandy, son of William I of England and Matilda de Flanders, in 1100 at Ampulia, Italy.1 She was interred between February 1103 and March 1103 at Caen Cathedral at Caen, Calvados, France.1 Sibyl died between February 1103 and March 1103.1

Child of Sibyl and Robert:

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 3.

Constance of England

#15049, b. circa 1061, d. 13 August 1090
FatherWilliam I of England b. 14 Oct 1024, d. 9 Sep 1087
MotherMatilda de Flanders b. 1032, d. 2 Nov 1083 or 3 Nov 1083
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Constance of England was born circa 1061 at Normandy, France.1 She married Alan IV (VI) Fergant of Brittany, son of Hoel V de Cornouaille and Hawise of Brittany, in 1086 at Caen, Calvados, France.2 Constance died on 13 August 1090 at St. Melans, Rhedon.2 She was interred at St. Melans, Rhedon.2

Citations

  1. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 2.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 5.

Alan IV (VI) Fergant of Brittany1

#15050, b. between 1059 and 1067, d. 13 October 1119
FatherHoel V de Cornouaille b. c 1010, d. 13 Apr 1084
MotherHawise of Brittany b. c 1032, d. c 1072
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Alan IV (VI) Fergant of Brittany was born between 1059 and 1067 at Bretagne, France.2 He married first Constance of England, daughter of William I of England and Matilda de Flanders, in 1086 at Caen, Calvados, France.3 He married second Ermengardis d'Anjou, daughter of Fulk IV d'Anjou and Hildegarde de Baugency.4 Alan died on 13 October 1119.4,2

Children of Alan and Ermengardis:

Citations

  1. Duke of Brittany 1084-1112 (resigned.)
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 5.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 28.

Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland1

#15052, b. circa 1031, d. 13 November 1093
FatherDuncan I MacCrinan b. bt 1001 - 1005, d. 14 Aug 1040
MotherSybilla of Northumbria b. c 1014, d. 1040
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
Malcolm III by Alexander Bannerman
Source Kings and Queens of Scotland

Major Life Events

     Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland was born circa 1031 at Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.2,3 He married first Ingeborg Finnsdottir, daughter of Finn Arnasson and Bergliot Halfdansdottir, at Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland, circa 1060.4 He married second Margaret of Scotland, daughter of Edward of England and Agatha von Braunschweig, at Dunfermline Abbey, Fife, Scotland, circa 1069.2,3,4 Malcolm died in battle while besieging Alnwick Castle on 13 November 1093 at Alnwick, Northumberland, England.2,4 He was interred on 30 November 1093 at Dunfermline Abbey.4

Children of Malcolm and Ingeborg:

Children of Malcolm and Margaret:

Narrative

     Many lists of Scottish kings begin with Malcolm III, even though he was fifty-eighth in line since Fergus established the kindom of Dál Riata in Argyll, and the twenty-second since Kenneth MacAlpin had united the Scots and the Picts. This is probably because under Malcolm's rule Scotland shifted dramatically away from it Gaelic past and moved toward the Anglo-Norman world of southern Britain. He had been raised in the Anglo-Norman court of Edward the Confessor. His father had been killed in battle with Macbeth in 1040 when Malcolm was eight or nine and the young boy and his brothers were smuggled out of Scotland in fear of their lives. Macbeth was eventually killed in 1057, and his stepson, Lulach, the following March. Five weeks later Malcolm was crowned king of Scotland at Scone Abbey, 25 April 1058. His support was not total with many, especially the Highlanders, preferring their old ways and customs. Nevertheless they accepted him as overlord because of his sheer physical power and menance. He was a swaggering bully who rapidly earned the nickname of Cranmore (Bighead).

     He married Ingibiorg, widow of Thorfinn, earl of Orkney, an enemy of his father and ally and half brother or Macbeth. He established alliances with her sons Paul and Erlend who became the new earls of Orkney. Malcolsm alliance with Orkney brought him into closer contact with Harald Haadraada, king of Norway, overlord of Orkney and the Western Isles. He was seen as an ally of Norway when in 1060 Tostig, the brother of Harold Godwinson of Wessex, gained Haadraada's support for an invasion of England. Malcolm was clearly a Saxon sympathiser, but evidently not a supporter of Harold Godwinson whom he may have seen as a usurper in the south. He probably would not have gained much from a Norse victory beyond the possible annexation of Northumbria and he more likely would have become a vassal of the Norwegian King. However, Tosig and Harald were killed at Stamford Bridge, and a few weeks later Harold Godwinson was killed at Senlac Hill by William, duke of Normandy, and William was crowned king of England. Edgar Atheling, the Saxon heir, joined in an unsuccessful rebellion against William in 1068, and subsequently fled to Malcolm's court to seek refuge. He was accompanied by his sister Margaret, whom Malcolm married the following year. This consolidated the Scottish-Saxon alliance, but alienated Malcolm more from the Highland subjects, and made an enemy of William. In 1069 Wiliams hold on England was far from secure and many believed that he would eventually be overthrown. Edgar was almost certainly convinced that he would regain the throne of England and Malcolm's move was part of his framework of alliances with neighboring parties. Malcolm supported Edgar's unsuccessful attempt to regain England along with Swein of Denmark. For the next two or three years he supported raids into northern England coming as far south as Cleveland. William was enraged and invaded Scotland in 1072 and sought the submission of Malcom at Abernathy. The terms of the treaty meant that Malcolm could no longer harbour any of William's enemies, and Edgar Atheling was again an exile. Wiliam forced Malcolm to accept him as overlord and took his son Duncan as hostage. This did not stop Malcolm from again raiding England in 1079. William sent his son Robert to negotiate with Malcolm but little was accomplished. Robert added to the fortifications of the north and built the New Castle at the estuary of the Tyne. William considered Malcolm an irritant and did not view him as a ruler of equal status. Malcolm on the other hand, living up to his nickname, believed he was just as powerful.

     Malcolm did not forsake his designes upon England and after the death of William in 1087, Duncan was released and Malcolm began planning an expansion of his territories. He was soon joined by Edgar Atheling and In 1090 invaded Northumbia. He was defeated by William Rufus and the terms of the Treaty of Abernathy were re-invoked. Wiliam Rufus continue to defend the north and in 1092 invaded Cumbria and build a fort at Carlisle. Malcolm and his son Edward came to meet with William but were rebuffed. As they were returning north they were ambushed by Robert Mowbray, earl of Northumberland, near Alnwick and both Malcolm and Edward were killed. Margaret, his wife, already extremely ill, heard the news four days later and died shortly thereafter. It is irony that Malcolm had replaced the old rule of tanistry by that of primogeniture, only to have his eldest son and heir die with him. Civil unrest broke out. Five of his sons would eventually succeed him as king, though the immediate siccesspr was his brother Donald III.

     Malcolm had been temporarily buried near Tynemouth. Shortly thereafter he and his wife were buried at the new Dunfermline Abbey. During the Reformation their bodies were reburied in a specially build tomb in the Escorial, Madrid.5

Citations

  1. (Bighead), Sub-king of Cumbria & Strathclyde 1045-1058, King of Scotland 1058-1093.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 189.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 395.
  5. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, pages 395-400.
  6. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Margaret of Scotland1

#15053, b. circa 1045, d. 16 November 1093
FatherEdward of England b. 1016, d. c 1057
MotherAgatha von Braunschweig b. c 1025, d. a 1066
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Margaret of Scotland was born circa 1045 at Hungary.2,3 She married Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland, son of Duncan I MacCrinan and Sybilla of Northumbria, Dunfermline Abbey circa 1069 at Fife, Scotland.2,3,4 Margaret died on 16 November 1093 Edinburgh Castle at Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.2,3 Her body was interred at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It was later removed to Escorial, Spain (the head to Douai, France).5

Children of Margaret and Malcolm:

Narrative

     Malcolm was very devoted to his wife Margaret. He changed steadily from the coarse ruffian of his youth to a mature individual who had strong respect for his wife's religious and cultural beliefs and interests. Margaret had been well educated in Hungary and England and was an avid Christian. It was under her direction that the abbey at Dunfermline was commenced in 1072, to equal the one Edward the Confessor had completed at Westminister just seven years earlier. She also restored the monastery on Iona, and did much to bring the Celtic church in line with the Roman. Records suggest that from 1072 the archbishop of York was given authority over the church of Scotland. Malcolm, who was not especially religious himself, seemed content to allow Margaret to undertake these reforms, surprisingly ignorant of their long-time affect. Malcolm truly loved Margaret and their marriage was stong and happy.

     Their daughter, Matilda, became the wife of Henry I, king of England, inserting Saxon blood back into the monarchy of England.

     Following a papal inquiry in 1250 into the life and possible miracles of Margaret, she was canonized. In 1673 she was named as one of the patron saints of Scotland.6

Citations

  1. Saint.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 189.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 395.
  5. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  6. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 399.

Edward of England1

#15055, b. 1016, d. circa 1057
FatherEdmund II of England b. c 989, d. 30 Nov 1016
MotherAlgitha of Northumbria b. c 995, d. c 1016
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Edward of England was born in 1016 at Wessex, England.2,3 He married Agatha von Braunschweig, daughter of Ludolf von Braunschweig and Gertrude von Egisheim, circa 1043 at London, England.3 Edward died circa 1057 at London, England.3

Children of Edward and Agatha:

Narrative

     Edward was exiled to Hungary and probably held lands in Berneger county, Hungary.

Citations

  1. (Atheling, the Exile), Prince of England.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 189.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Agatha von Braunschweig

#15056, b. circa 1025, d. after 1066
FatherLudolf von Braunschweig b. bt 1001 - 1003, d. 23 Apr 1038
MotherGertrude von Egisheim d. 21 Jul 1077
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Agatha von Braunschweig was probably born at West Friesland, Germany, circa 1025.1 She married Edward of England, son of Edmund II of England and Algitha of Northumbria, circa 1043 at London, England.1 Agatha died after 1066.1

Children of Agatha and Edward:

Narrative

     Some put Agatha as the daughter of Stephen, King of Hungary. Stuart in his Royalty for Commoners takes the side that puts Agatha as the daughter of Ludolf, Margrave of West Freisland. Others indicate that she was the daughter of Henry II Emperor of Germany but it's believed that she was only his kinswoman.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Edward of Scotland

#15057, b. circa 1068, d. 16 November 1093
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edward of Scotland was born circa 1068 at Scotland.1,2 Edward died on 16 November 1093 at Edwards Isle, Scotland.1,2

Citations

  1. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Edmund I of Scotland1

#15058, b. circa 1070, d. after October 1097
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edmund I of Scotland was born circa 1070 at Scotland.2,3 Edmund died after October 1097 at Montague, Somerset, England.3

Citations

  1. King of Scotland 1094-1097.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Ethelred of Fife1

#15059, b. circa 1072, d. circa 1097
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Ethelred of Fife was born circa 1072 at Scotland.2 Ethelred died circa 1097 at Scotland.3 He was interred at Kilremont Church.2

Citations

  1. Earl, Abbot of Dunkeld.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.

Edgar of Scotland1

#15060, b. 1074/75, d. 8 January 1106/7
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edgar of Scotland was born in 1074/75 at Scotland.2 Edgar died without issue on 8 January 1106/7 at Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.2,3 He was interred at Dunfermline Abbey at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.2

Citations

  1. King of Scotland 1097-1107.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S1953] Hereford B. George M.A. F.R.G.S. Fellow of New College Oxford, Genealogical Tables of Modern History, Table X. Scotland.-- The Early Kings.

Donald of Scotland

#15061, b. 1085
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Donald of Scotland was born in 1085 at Scotland.1

Citations

  1. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.

Malcolm of Scotland

#15062, b. circa 1062, d. circa 1085
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherIngeborg Finnsdottir b. c 1021, d. c 1066
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Malcolm of Scotland was born circa 1062 at Scotland.1,2 Malcolm died circa 1085.2

Citations

  1. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Alexander I of Scotland1

#15063, b. 1077/78, d. 23 April 1124
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Alexander I of Scotland was born in 1077/78 at Scotland.2 He married Sibylla of England, daughter of Henry I of England and Sybilla Corbet, circa 1107 at Scotland.2 Alexander died without issue on 23 April 1124 at Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.3,2,4 He was interred at Dunfermline Abbey at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.3,2

Citations

  1. (the Fierce), King of Scotland 1107-1124.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.
  4. [S1953] Hereford B. George M.A. F.R.G.S. Fellow of New College Oxford, Genealogical Tables of Modern History, Table X. Scotland.-- The Early Kings.

Sibylla of England

#15064, b. circa 1092, d. 12 July 1122
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherSybilla Corbet b. c 1077, d. a 1157
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Sibylla of England was born circa 1092.1,2 She married Alexander I of Scotland, son of Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland and Margaret of Scotland, circa 1107 at Scotland.2 Sibylla died on 12 July 1122 at Island of Loch Tay, Scotland.1,2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

David I of Scotland1

#15067, b. circa 1084, d. 24 May 1153
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
David I by Alexander Bannerman
Source Kings and Queens of Scotland

Major Life Events

     David I of Scotland was born circa 1084 at Scotland.2 He married Matilda of Huntingdon, daughter of Waltheof II of Huntingdon and Judith of Lens, between 1113 and 1114 at Scotland.3,4 David died on 24 May 1153 at Carlisle, Cumberland, England.3,4,2 He was interred at Scone, Perthshire, Scotland.4

Children of David and Matilda:

Narrative

     David I was the son of Malcolm III. When his oldest brother, King Edgar, died, he left the Scottish domains north of the Forth of Clyde to another brother, who became King Alexander I, while David inherited southern Scotland with the title of earl of Cumbria. Six years later, David married the daughter of the earl of Northumbria and thereby became earl of Huntingdon and a vassal of the English crown. In 1124 King Alexander died, and David became king of Scotland. From 1136 to 1138, he tried unsuccessfully to help his niece Matilda secure the English throne. Thereafter David devoted himself to ruling Scotland. He replaced the traditional Scottish tribal organization with a feudal one modeled after that of Norman England and was noted for the castles he built and the monasteries he founded.5

     David's gradual reforms brought a cohesiveness to Scotland that it had previously never enjoyed, particularly in the strength of the church and the world of learning. He founded the bishoprics of Aberdeen, Brechin, Caithness, Dunblane, and Ross was well as the monasteries at Holyrood, Melrose, Kinloss, Newbattle, and Dundrennan. He also forged stronk links with Rome. Even during his life he had come to be regarded as a saintly king by his people, the epithet Saint David remained after his death, even though he was never formally canonized. He introduced strong coinage and developed towns like Berwick, Edinburgh, Jedburgh, Stirling, and Perth as major trading centers from which the king drew revenues.6

Citations

  1. (the Saint), King of Scotland 1124-1153, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton, Prince of Cumbria.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 403.
  3. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 15.
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.
  6. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 404.

Matilda of Huntingdon

#15068, d. 1130/31
FatherWaltheof II of Huntingdon b. 1045, d. 31 May 1076
MotherJudith of Lens b. c 1054, d. a 1086
Relationship24th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     She married first Simon de St. Liz in 1089.1 She married second David I of Scotland, son of Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland and Margaret of Scotland, between 1113 and 1114 at Scotland.2,1 Matilda died in 1130/31.1

Child of Matilda and Simon:

Children of Matilda and David:

Narrative

     Matilda was also known as Maud.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 15.

Mary of Scotland

#15069, b. after 1080, d. 31 May 1116
FatherMalcolm III Canmore of Scotland b. c 1031, d. 13 Nov 1093
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1045, d. 16 Nov 1093
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Mary of Scotland was born after 1080 at Scotland.1 She married Eustace III of Boulogne, son of Eustace II of Boulogne and Ida of Bouillon, circa 1102.2 Mary died on 31 May 1116 St. Saviour's Monastery at Bermondsey, Surrey, England.2,3 She was interred at Abbey of St. Saviour at Bermondsey, Surrey, England.4

Child of Mary and Eustace:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 31.

Eustace III of Boulogne1

#15070, b. circa 1058, d. after 1125
FatherEustace II of Boulogne b. c 1030, d. c 1080
MotherIda of Bouillon b. c 1040, d. 13 Aug 1113
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Eustace III of Boulogne was born circa 1058.2 He married Mary of Scotland, daughter of Malcolm III Canmore of Scotland and Margaret of Scotland, circa 1102.3 Eustace died a monk after 1125.4,2

Child of Eustace and Mary:

Citations

  1. Count of Boulogne, & Lens.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 14.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 31.

Geoffroy II of Gatinais1

#15071, b. circa 1004, d. 1 April 1046
FatherGeoffrey of Gatinais
MotherBeatrice of Macon
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Geoffroy II of Gatinais was born circa 1004 at Chateau Landon, Seine-et-Marne, France.2 He married Ermengarde of Anjou, daughter of Fulk III d'Anjou and Hildegarde of Lorraine, in 1035 at France.3 Geoffroy died on 1 April 1046 at Anjou, France.3

Children of Geoffroy and Ermengarde:

Narrative

     Geoffroy was also known as Ferreol.

Citations

  1. Count of Gatinais.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 244.

Ermengarde of Anjou

#15072, b. 1018, d. 21 March 1076
FatherFulk III d'Anjou b. b 976, d. 21 Jun 1040
MotherHildegarde of Lorraine d. 1 Apr 1046
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Ermengarde of Anjou was born in 1018 at Anjou, France.1 She married first Geoffroy II of Gatinais, son of Geoffrey of Gatinais and Beatrice of Macon, at France in 1035.2 She married second Robert I of Burgundy, son of Robert II of France and Constance of Arles, Provence, & Toulouse, at France circa 1055.3,1 Robert was divorced from Ermengarde of Anjou for consanguinity.1 Ermengarde died on 21 March 1076 at Anjou, France.2

Children of Ermengarde and Geoffroy:

Child of Ermengarde and Robert:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 244.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Geoffroy III d'Anjou1

#15074, b. circa 1039, d. 1097
FatherGeoffroy II of Gatinais b. c 1004, d. 1 Apr 1046
MotherErmengarde of Anjou b. 1018, d. 21 Mar 1076
Relationship26th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Geoffroy III d'Anjou was born circa 1039 at Anjou, France.2 Geoffroy died in prison in 1097.3

Citations

  1. (the Bearded), Count d'Anjou.
  2. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  3. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCCXCI.

Simon I de Montfort1

#15077, b. circa 1026, d. 1087
FatherAmauri de Montfort d. c 1003
MotherBertrade de Gometz b. c 1001, d. a 1051
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#2)

Major Life Events

     Simon I de Montfort was born circa 1026 at Montfort sur Risle, Eure, France.2 He married first Elizabeth de Broyes probably before 1040 at France.3 Simon married second Unknown ?. He married third Agnes d'Evreux, daughter of Richard d'Evreux and Adelaide of Barcelona, probably before 1059.4 Simon died in 1087.2 He was interred at Epernon.2

Child of Simon and an unknown spouse:

Children of Simon and Elizabeth:

Children of Simon and Agnes:

Citations

  1. Seigneur de Montfort.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.
  4. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.

Agnes d'Evreux

#15078, b. circa 1030, d. circa 1087
FatherRichard d'Evreux b. 986, d. 13 Dec 1067
MotherAdelaide of Barcelona b. c 1004, d. 1051
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#2)

Major Life Events

     Agnes d'Evreux was born circa 1030 at Evreux, Normandy, France.1 She married Simon I de Montfort, son of Amauri de Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz, probably before 1059.2 Agnes died circa 1087.3

Children of Agnes and Simon:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Elizabeth de Broyes

#15079, d. after 1066
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth de Broyes married Simon I de Montfort, son of Amauri de Montfort and Bertrade de Gometz, probably before 1040 at France.1 Elizabeth died after 1066.2

Children of Elizabeth and Simon:

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Richard de Montfort

#15080, b. say 1066, d. circa 1092
FatherSimon I de Montfort b. c 1026, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d'Evreux b. c 1030, d. c 1087
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard de Montfort was born say 1066 at Montfort, Amaury, Ile de France, France.1 Richard died circa 1092.1

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.

Simon de Montfort

#15081, b. say 1068
FatherSimon I de Montfort b. c 1026, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d'Evreux b. c 1030, d. c 1087
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Simon de Montfort was born say 1068 at Montfort, Amaury, Ile de France, France.1

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.

Amauri III de Montfort1

#15082, b. circa 1070, d. 18 April 1137
FatherSimon I de Montfort b. c 1026, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d'Evreux b. c 1030, d. c 1087
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Amauri III de Montfort was born circa 1070 at Montfort sur Risle, Eure, France.2,3 He married first Richeude of Hainautt at Hainaut, Belgium, circa 1097.2 He married second Agnes de Garlende, daughter of Gaylor de Garlende and Unknown de Montlhery, circa 1120.3 Amauri died on 18 April 1137.3

Children of Amauri and Agnes:

Citations

  1. 4th Count d'Evreux.
  2. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Richeude of Hainautt

#15083

Major Life Events

     Richeude of Hainautt married Amauri III de Montfort, son of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes d'Evreux, circa 1097 at Hainaut, Belgium.1

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.

Agnes de Garlende

#15084, b. say 1080
FatherGaylor de Garlende b. c 1069, d. c 1118
MotherUnknown de Montlhery b. c 1073
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Agnes de Garlende was born say 1080.1 She married Amauri III de Montfort, son of Simon I de Montfort and Agnes d'Evreux, circa 1120.2

Children of Agnes and Amauri:

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 60.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Guillaume de Montfort1

#15085, b. say 1072, d. 27 August 1101
FatherSimon I de Montfort b. c 1026, d. 1087
MotherAgnes d'Evreux b. c 1030, d. c 1087
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Guillaume de Montfort was born say 1072 at Montfort, Amaury, Ile de France, France.2 Guillaume died on 27 August 1101.2

Narrative

     Guillaume was also known as William.

Citations

  1. Bishop of Paris.
  2. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.

Jean de la Fleche1

#15086, d. 1097
FatherLancelin I de Beaugency d. bt 1051 - 1060
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Jean de la Fleche married Paula du Maine, daughter of Herbert of Maine.2 Jean died in 1097.2 He was interred at Saint-Aubin-d'Angers.2

Child of Jean and Paula:

Narrative

     Jean was also known as John.

Citations

  1. Seigneur de la Fleche.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Paula du Maine

#15087
FatherHerbert of Maine d. 13 Apr 1036
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Paula du Maine married Jean de la Fleche, son of Lancelin I de Beaugency.1

Child of Paula and Jean:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Gervase de Chateau-du-Loire1

#15088, b. circa 1030, d. circa 1095
FatherRobert de Chateau-du-Loir b. c 1000
MotherElizabeth ? d. a 1067
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Gervase de Chateau-du-Loire was born circa 1030 at Chateau Eure-et-Loire, France.2 Gervase died circa 1095.2

Child of Gervase and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. Seigneur de Chateau-du-Loire.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Robert II of Normandy1

#15089, b. circa 1000, d. 22 July 1035
FatherRichard II of Normandy b. c 958, d. 28 Aug 1027
MotherJudith of Brittany b. 982, d. 16 Jun 1017
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Robert II of Normandy was born circa 1000 at Normandy, France.2 He married Estrid of Normandy.3 Robert died on 22 July 1035 at Nicea, Bithynia, Turkey.4,2

Children of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Children of Robert and Harlette:

Citations

  1. (the Devil), Duke of Normandy.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.
  4. [S351] Marcellus Donald R. von Redlich, Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 269.
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Ralph Auberee, ID:I8042).
  6. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Felicia, ID:I1676).
  7. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Godiva of Normandy, ID:I8865).

Harlette de Falaise

#15090, b. circa 1003, d. circa 1050
FatherFulbert of Falaise
MotherDoda ?
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#4)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Descent from Alfred the Great

Major Life Events

     Harlette de Falaise was born circa 1003 at Falaise, Calvados, France.1 She married Harlevin de Conteville, son of Jean de Conteville, between 1028 and 1030.1 Harlette died circa 1050.2

Children of Harlette and Robert:

Children of Harlette and Harlevin:

Narrative

     Harlette was also known as Arlotte.

     Harlette was also known as Herleve.

     Arlotte (Herleve) was the mistress of Robert, Duke of Normandy and the mother of William the Conqueror.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Arlotte de Falaize, ID:I4274).
  3. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Ralph Auberee, ID:I8042).
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Felicia, ID:I1676).
  5. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Godiva of Normandy, ID:I8865).
  6. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Harlowen de Conteville, ID:I4272).

Estrid of Normandy

#15091

Major Life Events

     Estrid of Normandy married Robert II of Normandy, son of Richard II of Normandy and Judith of Brittany.1

Narrative

     Estrid was also known as Margaret.

Citations

  1. [S348] World Family Tree, Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3186, Tree #3186.

Harlevin de Conteville1

#15092, b. circa 1001, d. circa 1066
FatherJean de Conteville b. c 969, d. 1087
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
Descent from Alfred the Great

Major Life Events

     Harlevin de Conteville was born circa 1001 at Conteville, France.2,3 He married Harlette de Falaise, daughter of Fulbert of Falaise and Doda ?, between 1028 and 1030.2 Harlevin died circa 1066.2 He was interred at Grestain.2

Children of Harlevin and Harlette:

Narrative

     Harlevin was also known as Harlowen.

Citations

  1. Vicomte de Conteville.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Of Farmers and Royalty, the Irwin-Goodwin Family, Harlevin de Conteville (ID#I5429).
  4. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Harlowen de Conteville, ID:I4272).

Adelaide de Normandy1

#15093, b. circa 1026, d. circa 1087
FatherRobert II of Normandy b. c 1000, d. 22 Jul 1035
MotherHarlette de Falaise b. c 1003, d. c 1050
Relationship25th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Adelaide de Normandy was born circa 1026 at Falaise, Calvados, France.2 She married first Enguerrand II d'Aumale, son of Hugh II of Ponthieu and Bertha d'Aumale, at Normandy, France.3 She married second Lambert II of Boulogne, son of Eustace I of Boulogne and Matilda of Louvain, at Normandy, France, in 1053.3 She married third Eudes III of Troyes and Aumale, son of Stephen II of Champagne and Adela ?, at Normandy, France, circa 1060.3 Adelaide died circa 1087.3,4

Children of Adelaide and Enguerrand:

Child of Adelaide and Lambert:

Child of Adelaide and Eudes:

Narrative

     Adelaide was also known as Adeliza.

Citations

  1. Countess of Ponthieu, Countess of Aumale.
  2. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Enguerrand II de Ponthieu, ID:I12592).
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 499.
  5. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Enguerrand II d'Aumale1,2

#15094, b. circa 1020, d. circa 1053
FatherHugh II of Ponthieu b. c 1005, d. 20 Nov 1052
MotherBertha d'Aumale b. c 1005
Relationship28th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Enguerrand II d'Aumale was born circa 1020.3 He married Adelaide de Normandy, daughter of Robert II of Normandy and Harlette de Falaise, at Normandy, France.4 He killed in the seige at Arques circa 1053.2

Children of Enguerrand and Adelaide:

Narrative

     Enguerrand was also known as Enguerrand II de Ponthieu.

Citations

  1. Count of Ponthieu.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Enguerrand II de Ponthieu, ID:I12592).
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Lambert II of Boulogne1

#15095, b. circa 1022, d. 1054
FatherEustace I of Boulogne b. c 1004, d. c 1049
MotherMatilda of Louvain
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Lambert II of Boulogne was born circa 1022 at Lens, Normandy, France.2 He married Adelaide de Normandy, daughter of Robert II of Normandy and Harlette de Falaise, in 1053 at Normandy, France.2 Lambert was slain in the Battle of Lille, in 1054 at Phalampin, France.2

Child of Lambert and Adelaide:

Narrative

     Lambert was also known as Lambert II of Lens.

Citations

  1. Count or Seigneur of Lens-Aumale.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Eudes III of Troyes and Aumale1,2

#15096, d. circa 1127
FatherStephen II of Champagne3 b. c 1015, d. 1047
MotherAdela ?3
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Eudes III of Troyes and Aumale married Adelaide de Normandy, daughter of Robert II of Normandy and Harlette de Falaise, circa 1060 at Normandy, France.4 Eudes died circa 1127.2

Child of Eudes and Adelaide:

Narrative

     Eudes was also known as Odo.

Citations

  1. Count of Troyes and Aumale.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Normans1.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Baldwin V de Lille1

#15097, b. circa 1012/13, d. 1 September 1067
FatherBaldwin IV de Flanders b. c 980, d. 30 May 1035
MotherOgive of Luxemburg b. c 995, d. 21 Feb 1030
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Baldwin V de Lille was born circa 1012/13 at Flanders, France.2,3,4 He married Adelaide of France, daughter of Robert II of France and Constance of Arles, Provence, & Toulouse, in 1028 at Paris, Seine, France.3,4 Baldwin died on 1 September 1067 at Lille, Nord, France.5,3,6

Children of Baldwin and Adelaide:

Citations

  1. (the Pious), Count of Flanders 1036-1067.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 2.
  3. [S351] Marcellus Donald R. von Redlich, Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 183.
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  5. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 1.
  6. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 468.

Adelaide of France1

#15098, b. circa 1003, d. 8 January 1078/79
FatherRobert II of France b. 27 Mar 972, d. 20 Jul 1031
MotherConstance of Arles, Provence, & Toulouse b. 973, d. 25 Jul 1032
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#3)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#4)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)

Major Life Events

     Adelaide of France was born circa 1003 at France.2 She married first Renaud I de Nevers, son of Landeric III de Maers and Mathilda of Burgundy, between 1006 and 1020.3 She married second Richard III of Normandy, son of Richard II of Normandy and Judith of Brittany, circa January 1026/27.4,2 She married third Baldwin V de Lille, son of Baldwin IV de Flanders and Ogive of Luxemburg, at Paris, Seine, France, in 1028.4,3 Adelaide died on 8 January 1078/79 Monastere de L'Orleans at Messines, France.5,4,3

Child of Adelaide and Renaud:

Children of Adelaide and Baldwin:

Narrative

     Adelaide was also known as Adela or Alix.

Citations

  1. Princess of France.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S351] Marcellus Donald R. von Redlich, Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 183.
  5. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 2.

Robert I of Flanders1

#15099, b. circa 1035, d. 3 October 1093
FatherBaldwin V de Lille b. c 1012/13, d. 1 Sep 1067
MotherAdelaide of France b. c 1003, d. 8 Jan 1078/79
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Robert I of Flanders was born circa 1035 at Flanders, France.2 He married Gertrude of Saxony, daughter of Bernard II of Saxony and Elica von Schweinfurt, in 1063.2 Robert died on 3 October 1093 at Kassel, Germany.2

Children of Robert and Gertrude:

Citations

  1. (le Frison), Count of Flanders & Atrois, Count of Holland.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S500] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Families of Medieval Scandinavia, page 72.

Gertrude of Saxony

#15100, b. circa 1028, d. 4 August 1113
FatherBernard II of Saxony b. c 995, d. 29 Jun 1059
MotherElica von Schweinfurt b. c 1005, d. a 1055
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#1)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#3)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#4)

Major Life Events

     Gertrude of Saxony was probably born at Schweinfurt, Bavaria, circa 1028.1,2 She married first Florenz I of Holland, son of Dietrich III of Holland and Othelendis of Saxony, circa 1050.3,2 She married second Robert I of Flanders, son of Baldwin V de Lille and Adelaide of France, in 1063.2 Gertrude died on 4 August 1113.2

Children of Gertrude and Florenz:

Children of Gertrude and Robert:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCLI.
  4. [S500] Rupert Alen and Anna Marie Dahlquist, Royal Families of Medieval Scandinavia, page 72.