Maud de Percy

#15301
FatherWilliam de Percy b. c 1112, d. before Easter 1175
MotherAlice de Clare b. c 1115
Relationship23rd great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Maud de Percy was born at Catton near Stamford Bridge.1 She married William de Newburg, son of Roger de Newburg de Beaumont and Gundred de Warenne, before 28 December 1175.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.

William de Percy

#15302, b. circa 1112, d. before Easter 1175
FatherAlan de Percy b. bt 1067 - 1069, d. bt 1130 - 1135
MotherEmma de Gaunt b. c 1076, d. a 1150
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     William de Percy was born circa 1112.1 He married Alice de Clare, daughter of Richard FitzGilbert de Clare and Adeliz le Meschin.1 William died before Easter 1175.2

Children of William and Alice:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.

Alice de Clare

#15303, b. circa 1115
FatherRichard FitzGilbert de Clare b. c 1090, d. 15 Apr 1136
MotherAdeliz le Meschin b. c 1094
Relationship24th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Alice de Clare married William de Percy, son of Alan de Percy and Emma de Gaunt.1 She was born circa 1115.1

Children of Alice and William:

Narrative

     Alice was also known as Adeliza.

Citations

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

Walderan de Newburgh1

#15304, b. circa 1140, d. circa 12 December 1203
FatherRoger de Newburg de Beaumont b. c 1102, d. 12 Jun 1153
MotherGundred de Warenne b. c 1117, d. a 1166
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Walderan de Newburgh was born circa 1140.2,3 He married first Margery de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey III de Bohun and Margaret of Gloucester.2 He married second Alice de Harcourt circa 1196.2 Walderan died circa 12 December 1203.4

Child of Walderan and Alice:

Citations

  1. Earl of Warwick.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.
  3. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, Roger de Beaumont (AFN:84ZZ-FR).
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Alice de Harcourt

#15305, b. circa 1181, d. after September 1212

Major Life Events

     Alice de Harcourt was born circa 1181.1 She married Walderan de Newburgh, son of Roger de Newburg de Beaumont and Gundred de Warenne, circa 1196.2 Alice died after September 1212.1

Child of Alice and Walderan:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.

Henry de Newburg

#15309, b. circa 1147
FatherRoger de Newburg de Beaumont b. c 1102, d. 12 Jun 1153
MotherGundred de Warenne b. c 1117, d. a 1166
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Henry de Newburg was born circa 1147.1,2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.
  2. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, Roger de Beaumont (AFN:84ZZ-FR).

Agnes de Beaumont

#15310, b. circa 1108
FatherHenry de Newberg de Beaumont b. c 1045, d. 20 Jun 1123
MotherMargaret de la Perche b. c 1070, d. a 1156
Relationship1st cousin 25 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Agnes de Beaumont was probably born at Warwick, Warwickshire, England, circa 1108.1 She married Geoffrey de Clinton.2

Narrative

     The Enfield-Bryant Genealogical Database places Agnes as the daughter of Henry and Margaret while Leese in Blood Royal places Agnes as the daughter of Henry's and Margaret's son Roger de Newberg de Beaumont. If the birth date of circa 1108 is correct for Agnes and the birth date of circa 1102 is correct for Roger as given by the Enfield-Bryant Genealogical Database then Leese would have to be incorrect. However, I believe that many of the circa dates in the Enfield-Bryant Genealogical Database are really estimated dates and could well be several year off.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.

Geoffrey de Clinton1

#15311

Major Life Events

     Geoffrey de Clinton married Agnes de Beaumont, daughter of Henry de Newberg de Beaumont and Margaret de la Perche.2

Narrative

     Geoffrey was Chamberlain. A Chamberlain is an officer who manages the household of a sovereign or a noble; a chief steward or a high-ranking official in various royal courts.

Citations

  1. Lord Chamberlain.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 12.

Margaret de Newburg

#15312, b. circa 1145
FatherRoger de Newburg de Beaumont b. c 1102, d. 12 Jun 1153
MotherGundred de Warenne b. c 1117, d. a 1166
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Margaret de Newburg was born circa 1145.1,2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  2. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, Roger de Beaumont (AFN:84ZZ-FR).

William I de Lancaster1

#15314, b. between 1100 and 1110, d. circa 1170
FatherGilbert de Lancaster b. s 1085
MotherGoditha of Kendal
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

     William I de Lancaster was probably born at Kendal, Westmorland, England, between 1100 and 1110.2 He married Gundred de Warenne, daughter of William II de Warenne and Elizabeth de Vermandois, circa 1154.3,4,5 William died circa 1170.2

Narrative

     William was a very important man and married Gundred de Warrene, an important member of one of the most powerful families in England. He lived through a Scottish invasion and must have served under three competing claims to the monarchy above him during the anarchy in Britain (King David of Scotland, King Stephen of England and Mathilda his competitor in England). Several websites claim that he served as castellan of Egremont in Cumberland in 1138 to William Fitz Duncan, a member of the Scottish royal family. A charter refers to him as if were lord of Muncaster, which is also in Cumberland and apparently a lordship which would have come under Egremont. In one article it is claimed that the de Lancaster arms are derived from this Scottish William.6

     After the chaos of King Stephens reign, William, son of Gilbert de Lancaster was fully established as baron of Kendal and Lord of Warton, Garstan[g]. He changed his name to de Lancaster on the orders of the King, Henry II, and was summoned to Parliament. Before 1139, William gave land in a place called Suartheued, in Hensingham, or Preston, near Whitehaven to St. Mary and St. Beda and the monks of York.4

     About 1130-1140 Carnforth was included in a feoffment made to William son of Gilbert de Lancaster, whereby it afterwards became a member of the barony of Kendal, and descended in the same way as Nether Wyresdale and Ashton. In the time of Henry II an eighth part of the township was given by William de Lancaster I to Robert the Falconer to hold by knight's service.7

     The marriage date for William to Gundred de Warenne is questionable. Some sources put it as 1154. This causes problems with the birth date of Avice of circa 1134. Gundred was married previously circa 1130 to Roger, Earl of Warwick, by whom she had several children. Her birth date is given as 1117. This would make the marriage date to William of 1154 sound more reasonable. Was Avice a daughter of William by a previous marriage? Given his estimated birth data of between 1100 and 1110 it would be reasonable that he had a first wife before Gundred who may be the mother of Avice.

     Before the conquest Scotforth was, with Ellel and Ashton, held by Cliber, Machern and Gillemichael, and was assessed as two plough-lands. Afterwards it came into the hands of Count Roger of Poitou and later was granted to the Lancaster family. It descended among the heirs of Lancaster and was held later by Gentyl, Washington, Lawrence and Gerand. William I de Lancaster granted two ploug-lands in Scotforth to Hugh de Norreys or Norman, to be held by knight's service.8

     In 1066, the manor of Forton was held by Earl Tostig. Later it was a member of the Garstang or Nether Wyresdale fee and was granted by William de Lancaster I, except for demesne and wood, to Warine de Lancaster. The gift was confirmed by William's son; the vill was to be held as 2 oxgangs of land where twenty-four flough-lands made a knights fee.9

     1150-55, Roger de Mowbray gave to William, son of Gilbert de Lancaster in fee and inheritance all his land of Lonsdale, Kendale and Horton in Ribblesdale, to hold by service of 4 knights' fees.10

     1150-70, William de Lancastre I, for the soul of his son Jordon, grants to the monks of Fountains the fishery in the water of Lon called Chil. Witnesses: William the priest, Thomas son of Ulvet and Adam his son, Robert son of Lefwin and Reginald his brother, Roger de Croft, Robert the chamberlain, Wifehil the usher, Robert Quisquis (Roberto Quoquo), Adam son of Richard, Runcin the man of Roger de Molbrai, and Tancrin; Lancaster, Chartul. of Fountains, i, 458.11


     1150-84, William son of Gilbert de Lancastre granted to Roger his brother in fee the advowson of the church of Barton co. Westmoreland; Cal. Pat. R. 1374 p. 422.12

     The manor of Yealand Redmayne was the result of a partition of Yealand made probably by William de Lancaster I in the time of Henry II.13

     The manor of Broughton was in the Fells and was held of the Lancaster family as a member of their barony of Ulverston. It probably became attached to the Lancaster family after the partition of Furness Fells about 1160, William de Lancaster choosing the western moiety, which would include Broughton and Dunnerdale. William de Lancaster gave or confirmed Broughton to Ailward de Broughton to hold of him for by knight's service.14

     Ulverston was part of the honour of Lancaster in 1127, when Stephen Count of Boulogne named it to be included in his grant of a moiety of Furness to found an abbey. It was probably at that time held by the Lancaster family. In 1162 Henry II confirmed an agreement made between the monks and William de Lancaster I as to the division of Furness Fells.15

     Before 1176 William de Lancaster I granted Yeland and Silverdale, as a plough-land and a half, thie being apparently a moiety of the whole, to Adam de Avranches.16

Citations

  1. Governor of Lancaster castle.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  4. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (4) William de Lancaster I.
  5. [S816] Family Pedigrees, Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #11, Pin #192160, (AFN: GS4Z-H4).
  6. [S2383] Lancaster Family Remarks, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/Lancaster%20surnames.htm
  7. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 166.
  8. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 56-57.
  9. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 106.
  10. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Kirkby in Kendale: c. 1100-1350', Records relating to the Barony of Kendal: volume I (1923), pp. 1-22.
  11. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, Killington and Firbank', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 416-39.
  12. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Witherslack, Meathop and Ulpha"', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 247-65.
  13. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 175.
  14. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 402.
  15. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 349.
  16. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 177.
  17. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…

William II de Lancaster1,2

#15315, d. circa 1184
FatherWilliam I de Lancaster b. bt 1100 - 1110, d. c 1170
MotherGundred de Warenne b. c 1117, d. a 1166
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William II de Lancaster married Hawise de Stuteville.3 William died circa 1184.2

Children of William and an unknown spouse:

Children of William and Hawise:

Narrative

     William died 1 Richard I (1184) leaving his wife and only daughter Hawise, who was married by King Richard to Gilbert, son of Roger FitzReinfrid. Hawise de Stouteville, the widow, married secondly Hugh de Morvill, a brother of Richard de Morvill who had married Avice, William II's sister. The fee held by the family of de Lancaster, within the county of Lancaster, was of abnormal size, consisting of twenty-four carucates, in addition to twelve and one half carucates held in demesne, or granted in franklamoign.2

     There was a grant from William de Lancaster II to Gilbert, his son, of a moiety of the manor of Sockbridge, witnessed by his wife Helewise, Elias de Stiveton, Will. de Loncastre. Was this an illegitimate son or was he referring to his son-in-law Gilbert FitzReinfrid? The latter makes sense as the Sockbridge manor descended via the illegimate son of Gilbert FitzReinfrid's heir, William III.2 My analysis indicates that the latter does not make sense as William's daughter was not given in marriage to Gilbert FitzReinfrid until after the death of William. Her marriage took place in 1189.

     William de Lancaster II granted land in Tover to Augustine de Heaton, and this charter was before 1199 confirmed by Gilbert FitzReinfrid to Roger, Augustine's son.4

     1170-80, William de Lancastre II grants to Gervase de Ainecurt £15 worth of land for the service of ¾ fee in Natland and Bothelford [extending] to the brook of the gallows and to the bounds of Hoton and Stainton, with Sizaritherge, Winderg and the other Winderg, the grantor's part of Lander and that part of Socabret which Waldeve held, all which he gave for £ 10s. worth of land; and for 50s. worth of land in arrears he delivered to the said Gervase the service of Hacatorp in pledge for 50s., until he perfected teh said £15 worth of land. Witnesses: Norman the sewer, Jordan the grantor's son, Gilbert the grantor's son Grunebald, Robert de Heriez, Anselm, Orm son of Tore, Roger de Crof, Roger son of [Adam, Orm son of Bernu-]lf, Robert Mustel, William parson of Warton John the clerk, Richard the Chamberlain, W[illiam Pultyngton]; orig. D. at Sizergh.5

     1184, the men of William de Lancaster of Kendale render 10 m. for some plea by the hands of Ranulf de Glanville.6

     William de Lancaster II gave Levens to his seneschal, Norman de Hieland, otherwise de Redman, shortly before his death in 1184. Henry de Redman, son of Norman, succeeded his father before 1188, in which year he made an agreement with the English owner of the vill, Ketel son of Uchtred, whereby Ketel gave to Henry half the demesne land of the vill and in return Henry granted that Ketel should hold the other moiety of Henry by the same service that Henry was required to pay the chief lord for the whole vill, namely 8s. yearly. Ketel was teh ancestor of a long line of owners of Nether Levens, who bore the name of the township.7

     1184-89, William Marshal (Marecallus) confirms to Gervase de Eincurt his tenements which William de Lancastre gave him as his charter testifies, "to hold of the said William Marshal and his heirs in fee and inheritance." Witnesses: Thomas son of Gospatrick, Gilbert de Lancastre, Roger de Croft, Roger son of Adam, Henry son of Norman, Geoffrey de Prestun, Geoffrey son of Robert, William Waler[an], Matthew Gernet, William de Kettovill, Richard son of Alard, William de Befill, Gamel the for[ester]; roig. D. at Sizergh.5

Citations

  1. Steward to Henry II, Sheriff of Yorkshire.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (5) William de Lancaster II.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  4. [S272] William Farrer and J. Brownbill editors Victoria History of Lancastershire, Volume VIII, page 364.
  5. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Helsington and Sizergh', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923) pp. 130-66.
  6. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Kirkby in Kendale: c. 1100-1350', Records relating to the Barony of Kendal: volume I (1923), pp. 1-22.
  7. [S2382] British History Online, online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/, 'Levens', Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 2 (1924) pp. 113-40.
  8. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  9. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…

Hawise de Stuteville

#15316

Major Life Events

     Hawise de Stuteville married first William II de Lancaster, son of William I de Lancaster and Gundred de Warenne.1 She married second Hugh de Morville, son of Hugh de Morville and Beatrice de Beauchamp.2 She married third William de Greystoke.3

Children of Hawise and William:

Child of Hawise and William:

Narrative

     After the death of William II de Lancaster, Hawise paid a fine to the King for license to marry whom she would, and soon took to her second husband, Hugh de Morvill, Lord of Ishall and Burgh-on-Sans, in Cumberland, brother to Richard de Morvill (Constable of Scotland), who had married Avice, only sister of William II de Lancaster.2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  2. [S2378] The de Lancaster Family, online http://balder.prohosting.com/shissem/Hissem_Lancaster.html, (5) William de Lancaster II.
  3. [S2411] The "de Lancasters" of Westmoreland, online http://users.skynet.be/lancaster/…
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Ada de Warenne

#15319, b. circa 1120, d. 1178
FatherWilliam II de Warenne b. b 1071, d. 11 May 1138
MotherElizabeth de Vermandois b. c 1081, d. 13 Feb 1130/31
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

     Ada de Warenne was born circa 1120 at Surrey, England.1 She married Henry of Huntingdon, son of David I of Scotland and Matilda of Huntingdon, in 1139.2,1 Ada died in 1178.1

Children of Ada and Henry:

Narrative

     Ada was also known as Adelaide.

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Henry of Huntingdon1

#15320, b. circa 1115, d. 12 June 1152
FatherDavid I of Scotland b. c 1084, d. 24 May 1153
MotherMatilda of Huntingdon d. 1130/31
Relationship24th 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

     Henry of Huntingdon was born circa 1115.2 He married Ada de Warenne, daughter of William II de Warenne and Elizabeth de Vermandois, in 1139.3,2 Henry died on 12 June 1152.3,2 He was interred at Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland.2

Children of Henry and Ada:

Narrative

     Henry was Earl of Huntingdon and Northumberland.

Citations

  1. Prince of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon & Northumberland.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Malcolm IV of Scotland1

#15321, b. 20 March 1141, d. 9 December 1165
FatherHenry of Huntingdon b. c 1115, d. 12 Jun 1152
MotherAda de Warenne b. c 1120, d. 1178
Relationship23rd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Malcolm IV of Scotland was born on 20 March 1141.2,3 Malcolm died without issue on 9 December 1165 at Jedburgh Castle, Scotland, at age 24.2,4 He was interred at Dumbermline Abbey at Scotland.

Citations

  1. (the Maiden), Earl of Huntington, King of Scotland 1153-1159.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 405.
  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.

William of Scotland1

#15322, b. circa 1143, d. 4 December 1214
FatherHenry of Huntingdon b. c 1115, d. 12 Jun 1152
MotherAda de Warenne b. c 1120, d. 1178
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     William of Scotland was born circa 1143.2 He married Ermengarde de Beaumont, daughter of Richard de Beaumont and Constance of England, on 5 September 1186 at Woodstock Palace, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.3,4 William died on 4 December 1214 at Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.2 He was interred in December 1214 at Arbroath Abbey at Scotland.2

Child of William and an unknown spouse:

Children of William and Isabel:

Children of William and Ermengarde:

Narrative

     He was a grandson of King David I and the brother of Malcolm IV, whom he succeeded. After a quarrel with King Henry II of England, William concluded an alliance between Scotland and France in 1168. In 1173, with King Louis VII of France, he aided Henry's sons in their unsuccessful rebellion against their father. William invaded Northumberland, and the next year, while raiding the countryside near Alnwick, he was captured by the English, who took him to Normandy. He was able to obtain his freedom only by assenting to the Treaty of Falaise, which acknowledged Henry as overlord of Scotland. In 1188 William secured a papal bull guaranteeing the independence of the Scottish church from that of England, and in 1189 Henry's son Richard, who had succeeded him as king, annulled the Treaty of Falaise, surrendering all claims to suzerainty over Scotland in return for a large payment. William was succeeded by his son, Alexander II.5

Citations

  1. (the Lion), King of Scotland 1165-1214, Earl of Northumberland.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  3. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 15.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 406.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Richard de Beaumont1

#15324, d. after 1194
FatherRaoul V de Beaumont b. c 1094, d. c 1145
MotherConstance ?
Relationship26th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard de Beaumont was born at Maine Province, France.2,3 He married Lucie de l'Aigle, daughter of Richard II de l'Aigle.4 He married Constance of England, daughter of Henry I of England and Sybilla Corbet.4 Richard died after 1194.4

Children of Richard and Lucie:

Children of Richard and Constance:

Narrative

     Richard was also known as Roscelin de Beaumont.

Citations

  1. Viscount of Maine.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 13.
  3. [S815] Ancestry World Tree Project, online http://www.ancestry.com, Ancestral Tree (Ermengarde de Beaumont, ID:I12038).
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Marie de Coucy1

#15325, d. circa 1251
FatherEnguerrand III de Coucy b. c 1182, d. c 1242
MotherMary de Montmirel-en-Brie
Relationship22nd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     She married first Alexander II of Scotland, son of William of Scotland and Ermengarde de Beaumont, at Roxburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland, on 15 May 1239.2 She married second Jean II de Brienne, son of Jean de Brienne and Berengaria of Castile, at Boves, Somme, France.3 Marie died circa 1251.3

Child of Marie and Alexander:

Child of Marie and Jean:

Citations

  1. Queen of Scotland.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Enguerrand III de Coucy1

#15326, b. circa 1182, d. circa 1242
FatherRaoul I de Coucy b. c 1135, d. Nov 1191
MotherAlix de Dreux b. c 1152, d. a 1217
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Enguerrand III de Coucy was born circa 1182.2 He married first Richenza of Saxony, daughter of Heinrich V of Saxony and Matilda Plantagenet, in 1204.3 He married second Mary de Montmirel-en-Brie, daughter of John of Montmirel-en-Brie and Helvide de Dampierre, circa 1210.4 Enguerrand died circa 1242.2

Citations

  1. Baron.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 44.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.

Mary de Montmirel-en-Brie

#15327
FatherJohn of Montmirel-en-Brie
MotherHelvide de Dampierre b. c 1165
Relationship23rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Mary de Montmirel-en-Brie married Enguerrand III de Coucy, son of Raoul I de Coucy and Alix de Dreux, circa 1210.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.

John of Montmirel-en-Brie1

#15328
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

     John of Montmirel-en-Brie married Helvide de Dampierre, daughter of Gui I de Dampierre and Helvide de Baudemont.2

Child of John and Helvide:

Citations

  1. Lord of Montmirel-en-Brie.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Margaret of Scotland1

#15330, b. circa 1193, d. before 4 December 1259
FatherWilliam of Scotland b. c 1143, d. 4 Dec 1214
MotherErmengarde de Beaumont d. 11 Feb 1232/33
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Margaret of Scotland was born circa 1193.2 She married Hubert de Burgh, son of Walter de Burgh and Alice ?, on 19 June 1221 at Yorkshire, England.2,3 She was interred at the Church of the Black Friar at London, England.2 Margaret died before 4 December 1259.2,3

Child of Margaret and Hubert:

Citations

  1. Countess of Kent.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Margaret de Burgh

#15332, b. circa 1222, d. circa November 1237
FatherHubert de Burgh b. c 1169, d. 12 May 1243
MotherMargaret of Scotland b. c 1193, d. b 4 Dec 1259
Relationship1st cousin 23 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Margaret de Burgh was born circa 1222.1 She married Richard de Clare, son of Gilbert de Clare and Isabel Marshal, on 21 September 1232 at St. Edmund's, Wexford, Ireland.2,1 Margaret died circa November 1237.3,1

Narrative

     Margaret was also known as Meggotta.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 36.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.

Isabella le Scot

#15333
FatherWilliam of Scotland b. c 1143, d. 4 Dec 1214
MotherErmengarde de Beaumont d. 11 Feb 1232/33
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Isabella le Scot married Roger Bigod, son of Hugh Bigod and Maud Marshal, in May 1225 at Alnwick, Northumberland, England.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.

Roger Bigod1

#15334, b. 1212, d. circa 4 July 1270
FatherHugh Bigod b. bt 1178 - 1186, d. Feb 1224/25
MotherMaud Marshal b. c 1171, d. 27 Mar 1248
Relationship21st great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Roger Bigod was born in 1212.2 He married Isabella le Scot, daughter of William of Scotland and Ermengarde de Beaumont, in May 1225 at Alnwick, Northumberland, England.3 Roger died without issue circa 4 July 1270.3 His body was interred on 10 July 1270 in the at Church of St. Mary of Thetford.3

Citations

  1. 4th Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk.
  2. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 26.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 14.

David of Huntingdon1

#15335, b. 1144, d. 17 June 1219
FatherHenry of Huntingdon b. c 1115, d. 12 Jun 1152
MotherAda de Warenne b. c 1120, d. 1178
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     David of Huntingdon was born in 1144.2 He married Maud de Meschines, daughter of Hugh (de Keveloic) de Meschines and Bertrade d'Evereaux de Montfort, on 26 August 1190.2 David died on 17 June 1219 at Yardley, Northamptonshire, England.2 He was interred at Sawtrey Abbey.

Child of David and an unknown spouse:

Children of David and Maud:

Citations

  1. Earl of Huntington.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Margaret of Huntingdon

#15338, d. 1228
FatherDavid of Huntingdon b. 1144, d. 17 Jun 1219
MotherMaud de Meschines b. c 1171, d. 6 Jan 1232/33
Relationship23rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Margaret of Huntingdon married Alan of Galloway, son of Roland of Galloway and Elena de Morville, circa 1209.1 Margaret died in 1228.2

Children of Margaret and Alan:

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.
  3. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, AFN:9FG0-LQ Family Group Record.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Alan of Galloway1

#15339, b. circa 1186, d. 1234
FatherRoland of Galloway b. c 1135, d. 19 Dec 1200
MotherElena de Morville2 b. c 1172, d. 11 Jun 1217
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors (#1)
Paternal Ancestors (#2)
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Alan of Galloway was probably born at Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotlan, circa 1186.3 He married first Ragnhild of the Isles, daughter of Reginald of the Isles and Funia of Moray, circa 1205.3 He married second Margaret of Huntingdon, daughter of David of Huntingdon and Maud de Meschines, circa 1209.4 He married third Unknown de Lacy, daughter of Hugh de Lacy and Lasceline de Verdun, in 1228.3 Alan died in 1234.4,5

Child of Alan and Ragnhild:

Children of Alan and Margaret:

Child of Alan and Unknown:

Citations

  1. Lord of Galloway, Constable of Scotland.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, Alan de Galloway (AFN:9FG0-LQ).
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  5. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.
  6. [S417] AFR, LDS, online http://www.familysearch.org, AFN:9FG0-LQ Family Group Record.

Isabel of Huntingdon

#15340, d. circa 1251
FatherDavid of Huntingdon b. 1144, d. 17 Jun 1219
MotherMaud de Meschines b. c 1171, d. 6 Jan 1232/33
Relationship22nd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Isabel of Huntingdon married Robert V le Brus, son of William de Bruce and Christina ?.1 Isabel died circa 1251.2

Children of Isabel and Robert:

Narrative

     Isabel was also known as Isobella.

     Isabel was the niece of the King Malcolm IV and William "the Lion" of the Scots. Because of this connection her great grandson, Robert "the Bruce" became entitled to claim the throne.3

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.
  3. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bruce01.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Robert V le Brus1,2

#15341, b. circa 1164, d. 1245
FatherWilliam de Bruce b. 1142, d. 1215
MotherChristina ?
Relationship22nd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Robert V le Brus was born circa 1164.3 He married Isabel of Huntingdon, daughter of David of Huntingdon and Maud de Meschines.4 Robert died in 1245.5

Children of Robert and Isabel:

Citations

  1. 4th Lord of Annandale.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, Bruce01.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  5. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.

Ada of Huntingdon

#15342, b. 1 January 1199/0, d. after 1241
FatherDavid of Huntingdon b. 1144, d. 17 Jun 1219
MotherMaud de Meschines b. c 1171, d. 6 Jan 1232/33
Relationship23rd great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Ada of Huntingdon was born on 1 January 1199/0.1 She married Henry de Hastings, son of William de Hastings and Margaret Bigod, before 7 June 1237.2 Ada died after 1241.3

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 9.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 397.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 410.

Henry de Hastings

#15343, b. circa 1200, d. circa August 1250
FatherWilliam de Hastings
MotherMargaret Bigod b. s 1180
Relationship23rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Henry de Hastings was born circa 1200.1 He married Ada of Huntingdon, daughter of David of Huntingdon and Maud de Meschines, before 7 June 1237.2 Henry died circa August 1250.3,2,1

Narrative

     Henry was also known as [Sir] Henry de Hastings Lord of Hastings.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 9.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 410.

William de Hastings

#15344
FatherJohn d'Eu d. c 1207
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     William de Hastings married Margaret Bigod, daughter of Roger II Bigod and Isabel Plantagenet.1,2

Child of William and Margaret:

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  2. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 9.

Margaret Bigod

#15345, b. say 1180
FatherRoger II Bigod b. bt 1130 - 1150, d. b 2 Aug 1221
MotherIsabel Plantagenet b. c 1154, d. b 30 Nov 1234
Relationship24th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Margaret Bigod was born say 1180.1 She married William de Hastings, son of John d'Eu.2,3

Child of Margaret and William:

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.
  3. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 9.

Robert le Scot1

#15348
FatherDavid of Huntingdon b. 1144, d. 17 Jun 1219
MotherMaud de Meschines b. c 1171, d. 6 Jan 1232/33
Relationship22nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Robert died young.2

Citations

  1. (of Huntingdon.)
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.

Henry le Scot de Stirling

#15349, d. after 1215
FatherDavid of Huntingdon b. 1144, d. 17 Jun 1219
MotherMaud de Meschines b. c 1171, d. 6 Jan 1232/33
Relationship22nd great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Henry died unmarried after 1215.1,2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page ]15.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Conan IV of Brittany1

#15350, b. circa 1138, d. 20 February 1170/71
FatherAlan de Brittany b. c 1096, d. 15 Sep 1146
MotherBerthe de Bretagne
Relationship25th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Conan IV of Brittany was born circa 1138.2 He married Margaret de Huntingdon, daughter of Henry of Huntingdon and Ada de Warenne, in 1159 or 1160.3 Conan died on 20 February 1170/71.2

Child of Conan and Margaret:

Citations

  1. (le Petit), Duke of Brittany 1156-1171, Earl of Richmond.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 15.

Humphrey III de Bohun

#15351, b. say 1110, d. 6 April 1187
FatherHumphrey de Bohun b. s 1078
MotherMaud Devereux b. s 1088
Relationship25th 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

     Humphrey III de Bohun was born say 1110.1 He married Margaret of Gloucester, daughter of Miles of Gloucester and Sybil de Neufmarche.2 Humphrey died on 6 April 1187.2

Children of Humphrey and Margaret:

Citations

  1. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 32.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 16.

Margaret of Gloucester

#15352, b. say 1122, d. 8 April 1187
FatherMiles of Gloucester b. c 1092, d. 24 Dec 1143
MotherSybil de Neufmarche b. c 1090, d. 1143
Relationship25th 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

     Margaret of Gloucester married Humphrey III de Bohun, son of Humphrey de Bohun and Maud Devereux.1 She was born say 1122.2 Margaret died on 8 April 1187.2

Children of Margaret and Humphrey:

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 16.
  2. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 32.

Ada de Huntingdon

#15353, b. circa 1146, d. 11 January 1215/16
FatherHenry of Huntingdon b. c 1115, d. 12 Jun 1152
MotherAda de Warenne b. c 1120, d. 1178
Relationship24th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Ada de Huntingdon was born circa 1146 at Scotland.1 She married Florenz III of Holland, son of Dietric VII or VI of Holland and Sophia of Rheineck, on 28 August 1161.2,1 Ada died on 11 January 1215/16.2

Children of Ada and Florenz:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Florenz III of Holland1

#15354, b. circa 1138, d. 1 August 1190
FatherDietric VII or VI of Holland d. 6 Aug 1157
MotherSophia of Rheineck d. 26 Sep 1176
Relationship24th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Florenz III of Holland was born circa 1138.2 He married Ada de Huntingdon, daughter of Henry of Huntingdon and Ada de Warenne, on 28 August 1161.3,2 Florenz died on 1 August 1190 at Damietta, Holy Land.4,2

Children of Florenz and Ada:

Narrative

     Florenz was also known as Floris.

Citations

  1. Count of Holland & West Sealand 1162-1190, Earl of Ros.
  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 CCCLI.

Maud of Huntington

#15355, d. circa 1152
FatherHenry of Huntingdon b. c 1115, d. 12 Jun 1152
MotherAda de Warenne b. c 1120, d. 1178
Relationship23rd great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Maud died circa 1152.1

Citations

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

Renald de Warenne

#15356
FatherWilliam I de Warenne b. c 1055, d. 24 Jun 1088
MotherGundred of England b. c 1063, d. 27 May 1085
Relationship25th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Renald died with no issue.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 16.

Editha de Warenne

#15357, b. before 1085
FatherWilliam I de Warenne b. c 1055, d. 24 Jun 1088
MotherGundred of England b. c 1063, d. 27 May 1085
Relationship26th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Editha de Warenne was born before 1085.1 She married first Gerard de Gournay before 1096.1 She married second Dreux III de Mouchy, son of Dreux II de Mouchy and Richilde de Creil, after 1096.1

Children of Editha and Gerard:

Child of Editha and Dreux:

Citations

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

Unknown de Warenne

#15358
FatherWilliam I de Warenne b. c 1055, d. 24 Jun 1088
MotherGundred of England b. c 1063, d. 27 May 1085
Relationship25th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Narrative

     This daughter, name unknown, was married.

Godfrey I of Louvain & Brabant1

#15359, b. circa 1060, d. 25 January 1139
FatherHenry II of Louvain b. c 1020, d. 1078/79
MotherAdelaide of Betuwe d. 1100
Relationship24th 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)

Major Life Events

     Godfrey I of Louvain & Brabant was born circa 1060 at Brabant, Louvain, France.2 He married first Ida de Chiny & Namur, daughter of Otto II of Chiny and Adelaide of Namur, circa 1100.3 He married second Sofia of Germany, daughter of Henry IV of Germany and Bertha of Maurienne.4 He married third Clementia of Burgundy, daughter of William II of Burgundy and Stephanie de Longwy, circa 1121.2 Godfrey died on 25 January 1139.3,2 He was interred at Efflighem.2

Children of Godfrey and Ida:

Child of Godfrey and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Godfrey was also known as Geoffrey VII.

Citations

  1. (the Bearded), Count of Louvain, Duke of Brabant & Lower Lorraine, Margrave of Antwerp.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 316.
  4. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCXVIII.

Ida de Chiny & Namur

#15360, b. circa 1083, d. after 1125
FatherOtto II of Chiny d. 28 Mar 1125
MotherAdelaide of Namur b. c 1068, d. 1124
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) (#1)
Ancestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV) (#2)

Major Life Events

     Ida de Chiny & Namur was born circa 1083.1 She married Godfrey I of Louvain & Brabant, son of Henry II of Louvain and Adelaide of Betuwe, circa 1100.2 Ida died after 1125.1

Children of Ida and Godfrey:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 316.

Henry II of Louvain1

#15361, b. circa 1020, d. 1078/79
FatherLambert II of Louvain b. c 990, d. c 21 Sep 1062
MotherOda of Lower Lorraine d. 23 Oct 1044
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

     Henry II of Louvain was probably born at Brabant, Louvain, France, circa 1020.2,3,4 He married Adelaide of Betuwe, daughter of Eberhard der von Betuwe.5,4 Henry died in 1078/79.4 He was interred at Nivelles.4

Children of Henry and Adelaide:

Citations

  1. Count of Louvain.
  2. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 315.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  5. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 19.

Adelaide of Betuwe

#15362, d. 1100
FatherEberhard der von Betuwe
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)

Major Life Events

     She married first Henry II of Louvain, son of Lambert II of Louvain and Oda of Lower Lorraine.1,2 She married second Hermann of Luxemburg, son of Giselbert I of Luxemburg, after 1068.3 She married third Henry de Lacu after 1088.3 Adelaide died in 1100.3

Children of Adelaide and Henry:

Narrative

     Adelaide was also known as Adela or Adelheid.

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 19.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCIV.

Otto II of Chiny1

#15363, d. 28 March 1125
FatherArnold II of Chiny d. 16 Apr 1106
MotherAdela of Rameru d. 1068/69
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

     He married first Ermengarde ? before 1083.2 He married second Adelaide of Namur, daughter of Adalbert III of Namur and Ida of Saxony, circa 1083.3,4 Otto died a monk on 28 March 1125.4

Child of Otto and Adelaide:

Citations

  1. Count of Chiny.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 19.
  4. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.

Adelaide of Namur

#15364, b. circa 1068, d. 1124
FatherAdalbert III of Namur b. c 1030, d. 22 Jun 1102
MotherIda of Saxony b. bt 1029 - 1035
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

     Adelaide of Namur was born circa 1068.1 She married Otto II of Chiny, son of Arnold II of Chiny and Adela of Rameru, circa 1083.2,1 Adelaide died in 1124.2

Child of Adelaide and Otto:

Citations

  1. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 19.

Euphemia of England

#15365, b. circa July 1101
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherMatilda of Scotland b. c Oct 1079, d. 1 Jun 1118
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Euphemia of England was born circa July 1101.1 Euphemia died young.2

Narrative

     Euphemia was also known as Sibil.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 20.

Edmund of England

#15367, b. before 1016
FatherEdmund II of England b. c 989, d. 30 Nov 1016
MotherAlgitha of Northumbria b. c 995, d. c 1016
Relationship27th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edmund of England was born before 1016.1,2 He married Hedwig ?.2

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 24.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Edward II of England1

#15368, b. circa 962, d. 18 March 978
FatherEdgar of England b. 943, d. 8 Jul 975
MotherAthelfleda of Hertford d. c 961
Relationship27th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edward II of England was born circa 962.2,3 Edward was murdered on 18 March 978 Corfe Castle at England.2,3

Citations

  1. (the Martyr), King of England 975-978.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 24.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 480.

Edward I of England1

#15369, b. 875, d. 17 July 924
FatherAlfred of England b. 849, d. 26 Oct 899
MotherEalhswith of Mercia b. c 852, d. 5 Dec 904
Relationship30th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Edward I of England was born in 875 at Wessex, England.2 He married first Egwina ?, daughter of Berther, before 894.3 He married second Ælflaed of England, daughter of Aethelhelm of Wiltshire and Aethelglyth of Mercia, after 894.3,4 He married third Eadgifu of Kent, daughter of Sigehelm of Kent, at Berkshire, England, in 919.3,2 Edward died on 17 July 924 at Ferrington, Cheshire, England.2 He was interred at Winchester Cathedral at London, England.4

Child of Edward and an unknown spouse:

Children of Edward and Egwina:

Children of Edward and Eadgifu:

Narrative

     Edward the Elder was the son of King Alfred. He succeeded as king of the Angles and Saxons in 899, despite a rebellion led by his cousin Ethelwald with the support of the Danes of Northumbria and East Anglia. After a protracted struggle he defeated the Danes, and in 912, on the death of his brother-in-law Ethelred, alderman of Mercia, he annexed the cities of London and Oxford and their environs. The Danes submitted formally in 918, and soon thereafter the sovereignty of Edward was acknowledged by the North Welsh, the Scots, the Northumbrians, and the Welsh of Strathclyde. Edward was succeeded by his son Athelstan.5

Citations

  1. (the Elder), King of England 899-924, King of Wessex.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCCCXXXIX.
  4. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Athelstan of England1

#15370, b. 895, d. 17 October 939
FatherEdward I of England b. 875, d. 17 Jul 924
MotherEgwina ?
Relationship33rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
Athelstan, King of Engand 924-940

Major Life Events

     Athelstan of England was born in 895.2 Athelstan died on 17 October 939 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.3 He was interred at Malmesbury Abbey.3

Child of Athelstan and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Athelstan was the first monarch to take the title of king of England. The grandson of King Alfred, he was crowned at Kingston-upon-Thames and seems to have possessed both great ambition and talent. It is supposed that his design was to unite, under his personal rule, the entire island of Britain. On the death of his brother-in-law Sihtric (reigned about 921-26), king of Northumbria, about 926, Athelstan took possession of his dominions. The other kings of the island submitted to him, in some instances voluntarily, and he styled himself Rex totius Britanniae (King of all Britain). A league, composed of Welsh, Scottish, and Danish allies, was formed against him. A fierce and decisive battle was fought (937) at Brunanburh, in which the allies were utterly defeated. After this the renown of Athelstan spread to the Continent. He exhibited a deep interest in the welfare of his people, improved the laws, and encouraged the translation of the Bible into the vernacular.4

Citations

  1. King of England 924-939.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 473.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 472.
  4. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Eadred of England1

#15371, b. circa 924, d. 955
FatherEdward I of England b. 875, d. 17 Jul 924
MotherEadgifu of Kent b. c 896, d. 25 Aug 968
Relationship29th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Eadred of England was born circa 924.2 Eadred died in 955.3

Children of Eadred and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Eadred was also known as Edred.

Citations

  1. King of England 946-955.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 24.

Alfred of England1

#15372, b. 849, d. 26 October 899
FatherAthelwolf of Wessex b. c 795, d. 13 Jan 858
MotherOsburga of Isle of Wight b. c 810, d. c 852
Relationship30th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia
Descent from Alfred the Great
Alfred the Great, King of England 871-899
Statue, Wantage, Oxfordshire

Major Life Events

     Alfred of England was born in 849 at Wantage, Berkshire, England.2 He married Ealhswith of Mercia, daughter of Aethelred Mucil of Gainsborough and Edburga of Mercia, in 868.3,2,4 Alfred died on 26 October 899 at England.3,2,4 He was interred at Hyde Abbey, Winchester Chathedral at London, England.5,4

Children of Alfred and Ealhswith:

Narrative

     Alfred was one of the outstanding figures of English history. Born in Wantage in southern England, Alfred was the youngest of five sons of King Ethelwulf. On the death of his brother Ethelred, Alfred became king. By early 878 the Danes had conquered much of his territory, but he then defeated them. By 886 he had captured the city of London, and soon afterward he was recognized as the king of all England. When the Danes invaded England again in 893, Alfred made his kingdom the rallying point for all Saxons, thus laying the foundation for the unification of England. Alfred was a patron of learning. He began a court school and invited British and foreign scholars, notably Welsh monk Asser and Irish-born philosopher and theologian John Scotus Erigena, to come there. Alfred's laws, the first promulgated in more than a century, were the first that made no distinction between the English and the Welsh peoples.6

Citations

  1. (the Great), King of England 872-899, King of Wessex.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S353] Frederick Lewis Weis Th.D., The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, page 189.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 319.
  5. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  6. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Athelwolf of Wessex1

#15373, b. circa 795, d. 13 January 858
FatherEgbert III of Wessex b. 775, d. 4 Feb 839
MotherEadburh ? b. c 788
Relationship31st great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Athelwolf was born, probably at the court of Charlemagne, circa 795 at France.2 He married first Osburga of Isle of Wight, daughter of Oslac of Hampshire, circa 830. The marriage was annulled in 853.2 He married second Judith of France, daughter of Charles II of France and Irmtrude of Orleans, on 1 October 856 at Verberie-sur-Oise, France.3,2 Athelwolf died on 13 January 858.3,2 He was interred at Winchester Cathedral at London, England. He was originally buried at Steyning in Sussex but later moved to Winchester Cathedral.2

Children of Athelwolf and Osburga:

Narrative

     The ancestry of Aethelwulf is based on the Anglo Saxon Chronicle. How much of it is legend and how much is accurate is subject to debate. I have included some of this 'ancestry' here.

     Excerpt from the Anglo Saxon Chronicle:
     (as in the Winchester Manuscript) AD 855. Here the heathen men for the first time settled in Sheppey over winter. And in the same year King Æthelwulf conveyed by charter the tenth part of his land over all his kingdom to the praise of God and his own eternal salvation. And the same year he travelled to Rome in great state, living there 12 months, and then went towards home. And Charles, King of the Franks, gave him his daughter as queen; and after that he came to his people and they were glad of it. And 2 years after he came from the Franks, he died, and his body lies at Winchester; and he reigned eighteen and a half years. And that Æthelwulf was Egbert's offspring, Egbert Ealhmund's offspring, Ealhmund Eafa's offspring, Eafa Eoppa's offspring, Eoppa Ingeld's offspring; Ingeld was the brother of Ine, king of Wessex, who afterwards travelled to St. Peter's and afterwards gave up his life there; and they were the sons of Cenred, Cenred was Ceowald's offspring, Ceowald Cutha's offspring, Cutha Cuthwine's offspring, Cuthwine Ceawlin's offspring, Ceawlin Cynric's offspring, Cynric Cerdic's offspring, Cerdic Elesa's offspring, Elesa Esla's offspring, Esla Gewis' offspring, Gewis Wig's offspring, Wig Freawine's offspring, Freawine Frithugar's offspring, Frithugar of Brand's offspring, Brand of Bældag's offspring, Bældag Woden's offspring, Woden Frithuwald's offspring, Frithuwald Freawine's offspring, Freawine Frealaf's, Frealaf Frithuwulf's offspring, Frithuwulf Finn's offspring, Finn Godwulf's offspring, Godwulf Geat's offspring, Geat Tætwa's offspring, Tætwa Beaw's offspring, Beaw Sceldwa's offspring, Sceldwa Heremod's offspring, Heremod Itermon's offspring, Itermon Hrathra's offspring - he was born in the ark: Noah, Lamech, Methuselah, Enoch, Jared, Mahalaleel, Cainan, Enos, Seth, Adam, the first man and our father who is Christ, Amen. And then Æthelwulf's two sons succeeded to the kingdom, Æthelbald to the kingdom of the Wessex, and Æthelberht to the kingdom of the inhabitants of Kent and to the kingdom of the Essex and to Surrey and to the kingdom of the Sussex. And then Æthelbald reigned five years.
     (as in the Abingdon Manuscripts) Intermon Hrathra's offspring, Hrathra Hwala's offspring, Hwala Bedwig's offspring, Bedwig Scef's offspring, that is the son of Noah; he was born in Noah's Ark; Lamech, Methuselah, Enoch, Jared, Mahalaleel, Cainan, Enos, Seth, Adam the first man, and our father who is Christ.
     (as in the Canterbury Manuscript) Alfred his third son he had sent to Rome and when pope Leo heard tell that he [Æthelwulf] had passed away, he blessed Alfred as king, and stood sponsor for him at confirmation, just as his father Æthelwulf had asked when he sent him there.
     (as in the Winchester Manuscript) 860 Here King Æthelbald pased away, and his body lies at Sherborne; and Æthelberht, his brother, succeeded to the entire kingdom, and he ruled in good concord and in great tranquillity. And in his day a greate raiding ship-army came up and destroyed Winchester; and against the raiding-army fought Ealdorman Osric with Hampshire and Ealdorman Æthelwulf with Berkshire, and put the raiding-army to flight and had possession of the place of slaughter. And that Ætherlberht ruled 5 years, and his body lies at Sherborne.4

Citations

  1. King of Kent 825-839 & 856-858, Wessex 839-855.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 316.
  3. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  4. [S496] Michael Swanton, ASC, pp. 66-68.

Athelred I of Wessex1

#15374, b. circa 837, d. 23 April 871
FatherAthelwolf of Wessex b. c 795, d. 13 Jan 858
MotherOsburga of Isle of Wight b. c 810, d. c 852
Relationship33rd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Athelred I of Wessex was born circa 837.2 He married Wulfrida in 867 or 868.3 Athelred died from wounds or the plague on 23 April 871.2

Children of Athelred and Wulfrida:

Narrative

     Athelred's father had bequeathed Wessex to Athelred in his will, should Athelbald die childless, but probably did not expect to become king. From the start of his reign he was confronted with a series of Danish raids and invasions, which had become more aggressive since the co-ordinated attacks of Ivarr the Bonelee and his brother Halfdan. These two brothers had become incensed when their father Ragnar Lodbrok who had been harrying the eastern coast of Britain, was killed by Aelle. They conquered York in 866, rebuffing a counter-attack by Aelle in March 867. Diera became a Viking kingdom (Jorvik). The army marched south and occupied Nottingham. Burgred of Mercia sought Athelred's help in dislodging the Danes but his proved impossible and they were forced to negotiate. The Danes returned to York in 868 and then sailed south to East Anglia in 869, where the local king Edmund was killed. By 870 they were ready to advance on Wessex. They were joined by another army under the leadership of Guthrum. If the Danes could conquer Wessex, England would fall to them. The first battle was at Reading, where the Danes occupied a royal villa. The ealdorman Athelwolf, who had bravely fought the Danes on several occasions, met them again at Englefield, where he put the raiding party to flight. However, a few days later the Danes caught the Saxons by surprise and Athelwolf was killed. The Saxons, including Athelred and his brother Alfred, regrouped at Ashdown in Wiltshire the site of the next engagement which the Saxons claimed as a victory as they killed many of the Danish earls including one of their kings, Bacseg. The Danes regrouped two weeks later and were victorious at the battle of Basing. The next major engagement was at in early 871 at Meredune, believed to be Martin in Hampshire. Athelred was seriously wounded and died a few weeks later at Witchampton, near Wimborne, where he was buried. The fate of England rested in the hands of one man, Alfred.4

Citations

  1. King of Wessex 866-871, Saint.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, pages 318.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 319.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, pages 318., 319.

Athelbert of Wessex1

#15375, b. circa 836, d. circa 865
FatherAthelwolf of Wessex b. c 795, d. 13 Jan 858
MotherOsburga of Isle of Wight b. c 810, d. c 852
Relationship30th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Athelbert of Wessex was born circa 836 at Wessex, England.2 Athelbert died circa 865 at Wessex, England.3,4

Children of Athelbert and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. King of Kent 855-856 & 858-860, Wessex 860-865/66.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 24.
  4. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 318.

Athelbald of Wessex1

#15376, d. 20 December 860
FatherAthelwolf of Wessex b. c 795, d. 13 Jan 858
MotherOsburga of Isle of Wight b. c 810, d. c 852
Relationship30th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Athelbald of Wessex married Judith of France, daughter of Charles II of France and Irmtrude of Orleans, in 857.2 Athelbald died on 20 December 860.3

Citations

  1. King of Wessex 855-860.
  2. [S420] James Anderson, Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Prnces, table CCXVI.
  3. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 317.

Egbert III of Wessex1

#15377, b. 775, d. 4 February 839
FatherEalhmund of Kent b. c 758, d. c 786
MotherUnknown of Kent
Relationship32nd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
Egbert of Wessex

Major Life Events

     Egbert III of Wessex was born in 775 at Wessex, England.2 He married Eadburh ?, sister or more probably a niece of Charlemagne.3,2 Egbert died on 4 February 839 at Wessex, England.4,2

Children of Egbert and Eadburh:

Narrative

     Egbert was the first Saxon king recognized as sovereign of all England (828-39). He was the son of a Kentish noble but claimed descent from Cerdic (reigned 519-34), founder of Wessex, the kingdom of the West Saxons in southern England. During the late 8th century, when King Offa of Mercia (reigned 757-96) ruled most of England, Egbert lived in exile at the court of Charlemagne. Egbert regained his kingdom in 802. He conquered the neighboring kingdoms of Kent, Cornwall, and Mercia, and by 830 he was also acknowledged as sovereign of East Anglia, Sussex, Surrey, and Northumbria and was given the title of Bretwalda (Anglo-Saxon, "ruler of the British"). During succeeding years Egbert led expeditions against the Welsh and the Vikings. The year before his death he defeated a combined force of Danes and Welsh at Hingston Down in Cornwall. He was succeeded by his son Ethelwulf, the father of Alfred.5

Citations

  1. (the Great), King of Wessex 802-839.
  2. [S424] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners.
  3. [S416] John Burke Esq. and John Bernard Burke Esq. The Royal Families of England, Scotland, and Wales, Vol. II, pedigree XXIX.
  4. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 24.
  5. [S421] Encarta® 98 Desk Encyclopedia.

Robert of Gloucester1,2

#15378, b. circa 1090, d. 31 October 1147
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherNesta verch Rhys b. c 1073, d. b 1136
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 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 (#1)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#2)

Major Life Events

     Robert of Gloucester was born circa 1090 at Caen, Calvados, France.3,4 He married Mabel FitzHamon de Meullent, daughter of Robert FitzHamon and Sybil de Montgomery, in 1109.5 Robert died of fever on 31 October 1147 at Bristol Castle, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.6 His body was interred at Bristol, Gloucestershire, England, at St. James's Church which he founded.6

Narrative

     Robert was also known as Robert de Caen.

Citations

  1. Of Caen, (the Consul), Earl of Meullent, 1st Earl of Gloucester.
  2. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, MZmisc02.
  3. [S419] Count d'Angerville, Living Descendants of Blood Royal in America, page 4.
  4. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Nesta verch Rhys, ID:I3814).
  5. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.
  6. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 25.

Mabel FitzHamon de Meullent

#15379, b. circa 1090, d. 1157
FatherRobert FitzHamon b. c 1050, d. c Mar 1106/7
MotherSybil de Montgomery b. c 1066, d. a 1130
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 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 (#1)
Ancestors of David Kincaid, immigrant to Virginia (#2)

Major Life Events

     Mabel FitzHamon de Meullent was born circa 1090 at England.1 She married Robert of Gloucester, son of Henry I of England and Nesta verch Rhys, in 1109.2 Mabel died in 1157.2

Narrative

     Mabel was also known as Amicia or Maud.

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.

Robert FitzHamon1

#15380, b. circa 1050, d. circa March 1106/7
FatherHamon de Corbeil b. c 1006
MotherHawise d'Avoye
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

     Robert FitzHamon was born circa 1050 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.2 He married Sybil de Montgomery, daughter of Roger de Montgomery and Mabel Talvas.3,2 Robert died circa March 1106/7.2

Citations

  1. Lord of Glamorgan, Baron of Thoringni.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.

Sybil de Montgomery

#15381, b. circa 1066, d. after 1130
FatherRoger de Montgomery b. bt 1022 - 1033, d. 27 Jul 1094
MotherMabel Talvas b. bt 1014 - 1015, d. 2 Dec 1079
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

     Sybil de Montgomery was probably born at St. Germain, Montgomery, Normandy, France, circa 1066.1 She married Robert FitzHamon, son of Hamon de Corbeil and Hawise d'Avoye.2,3 Sybil died after 1130.3

Citations

  1. [S2980] WorldConnect, RootsWeb, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com, Ballard-Willis Family Tree (Roger de Montgomery, ID:I31730.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.
  3. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.

Robert Corbet

#15383, b. between 1042 and 1052, d. circa 1121
FatherHugh Corbeau (Corbet)1 b. bt 1000 - 1015, d. a 1081
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

     Robert Corbet was probably born at Pays, de Caux, Normandy, France, between 1042 and 1052.1 Robert probably died circa 1121 at Alcester, Warwickshire, England.1

Children of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Robert was also known as [Sir] Robert Corbet Burgess of Caen.1

Citations

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

William FitzRobert1

#15387, b. circa 1110, d. 23 November 1183
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
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

     William FitzRobert was born circa 1110.2 He married Hawise de Beaumont, daughter of Robert II de Beaumont and Amice of Gael & Montfort, circa 1150.3,4,2 William died on 23 November 1183.3,2

Children of William and Hawise:

Citations

  1. 2nd Earl of Gloucester.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.
  4. [S414] Vernon M. Norr, Some Early English Pedigrees, page 47.

James de St. Hilary

#15388
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

     James de St. Hilary married Aveline ?.1

Child of James and Aveline:

Narrative

     James was also known as James de Harcourt.

Citations

  1. [S352] Aileen Lewers Langston, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, page 316.

Roger FitzRobert1

#15389
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. Bishop of Worcester 1163-1179.

Hamon FitzRobert

#15390, d. 1159
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Hamon died in 1159.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.

Richard FitzRobert

#15391, d. 1175
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard died in 1175.1

Narrative

     Richard was the ancestor of the barons of Creully.

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 26.

Richard FitzRobert1

#15392
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. Bishop of Bayeux 1135-1142.

Philip FitzRobert de Gai

#15393, b. circa 1122
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship25th 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

     Philip FitzRobert de Gai was born circa 1122.1,2 He married Unknown de Berkeley.2

Child of Philip and Unknown:

Citations

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

Robert FitzRobert1

#15394
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. Castellan of Gloucester.

Maud FitzRobert de Gloucester

#15395, b. circa 1120, d. 29 July 1189
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th 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

     Maud FitzRobert de Gloucester was born circa 1120.1 She married Ranulf de Germons de Meschines, son of Ranulf III le Meschines and Lucy of Bucknall, circa 1141.2,1 Maud died on 29 July 1189.1

Citations

  1. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.
  3. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, MZmisc02.

Ranulf de Germons de Meschines1

#15396, b. circa 1100, d. 16 December 1153
FatherRanulf III le Meschines b. c 1070, d. c Jan 1128/29
MotherLucy of Bucknall d. bt 1136 - 1141
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

     Ranulf de Germons de Meschines was born circa 1100 at Gernon Castle at Normandy, France.2 He married Maud FitzRobert de Gloucester, daughter of Robert of Gloucester and Mabel FitzHamon de Meullent, circa 1141.3,2 Ranulf died on 16 December 1153.2

Citations

  1. 2nd Earl of Chester.
  2. [S422] Enfield-Bryant Genealogy, Genealogy Database.
  3. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.
  4. [S2380] Stirnet Genealogy, online http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm, MZmisc02.

Mabel FitzRobert

#15397
FatherRobert of Gloucester b. c 1090, d. 31 Oct 1147
MotherMabel FitzHamon de Meullent b. c 1090, d. 1157
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Mabel FitzRobert married Aubrey de Vere.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.

Aubrey de Vere

#15398

Major Life Events

     Aubrey de Vere married Mabel FitzRobert, daughter of Robert of Gloucester and Mabel FitzHamon de Meullent.1

Citations

  1. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.

Fulk of England

#15399
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Fulk died young.

Narrative

     Fulk was probably a monk at Abingdon Abbey.

Juliana of England

#15400, b. circa 1090, d. circa 1136
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Juliana of England was born circa 1090.1 She married Eustace of Pacy in 1103.2 Juliana died circa 1136.1

Narrative

     Juliana had two sons and two daughters. The two daughters wer held hostage and were blinded and disfigured. Juliana later became a nun.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.
  2. [S350] T. Anna Leese, Blood Royal, page 27.