Mariore Chalmers

#33401

Major Life Events

     Mariore Chalmers married Archibald Burnet, son of Alexander Burnet and Janet Hamilton.1

Narrative

     Mariore was also known as Marjorie.

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 38.

James Burnet1,2

#33402
FatherAlexander Burnet2 d. b 2 Sep 1574
MotherJanet Hamilton2 d. bt 1557 - 1567
Relationship10th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. (of Cardney.)
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 38.

Janet Burnet

#33403
FatherAlexander Burnet d. b 2 Sep 1574
MotherJanet Hamilton d. bt 1557 - 1567
Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Janet Burnet married James Skene.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 38.

James Skene

#33404, d. June 1600

Major Life Events

     He married first Janet Burnet, daughter of Alexander Burnet and Janet Hamilton.1 He married second Elizabeth Strathauchin.2 James died in June 1600.2

Narrative

     James was also known as [Master] James Skene (of Wester Corse and Ramore.)

     James' father transferred the estate to him on 26 February 1547, before departing to fight at the Battle of Pinkie. James later acquired Ramore on 13 December 1578.

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 38.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Elizabeth Strathauchin

#33405

Major Life Events

     Elizabeth Strathauchin married James Skene.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Agnes Burnet

#33406
FatherAlexander Burnet d. b 2 Sep 1574
MotherJanet Hamilton d. bt 1557 - 1567
Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Agnes Burnet married Alexander Blackhall in 1551.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Alexander Blackhall1

#33407

Major Life Events

     Alexander Blackhall married Agnes Burnet, daughter of Alexander Burnet and Janet Hamilton, in 1551.2

Citations

  1. (of Barra.)
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Isobel Burnet

#33410
FatherAlexander Burnet d. b 2 Sep 1574
MotherJanet Hamilton d. bt 1557 - 1567
Relationship10th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     She married first Craigmyle ?.1 She married second John Forbes.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Craigmyle ?1

#33411

Major Life Events

     Craigmyle ? married Isobel Burnet, daughter of Alexander Burnet and Janet Hamilton.2

Citations

  1. (of Craigmyle.)
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

John Forbes1

#33412, d. 28 January 1616

Major Life Events

     John Forbes married Isobel Burnet, daughter of Alexander Burnet and Janet Hamilton.2 John died on 28 January 1616 at Aberdeen, Scotland.2

Citations

  1. (of Sunhoney), 3rd Laird of Newe in Strathdon.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 39.

Marjorie Forbes

#33413
FatherJohn Forbes1

Major Life Events

     She married first Unknown Forbes.1 She married second Alexander Burnet, son of Alexander Burnet and Agnes Lechtoun, before 1567.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 40.

John Forbes1,2

#33414

Child of John and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. 6th Lord Forbes.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 40.

Alexander Burnet

#33415, d. between 2 September 1525 and 11 February 1526
FatherAlexander Burnet1 d. 1529
MotherJanet Gardyne
Relationship12th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Alexander Burnet married Agnes Lechtoun.1 Alexander died between 2 September 1525 and 11 February 1526.1

Children of Alexander and Agnes:

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Agnes Lechtoun

#33416
Relationship12th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Agnes Lechtoun married Alexander Burnet, son of Alexander Burnet and Janet Gardyne.1

Children of Agnes and Alexander:

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Robert Burnet1

#33417
FatherAlexander Burnet1 d. bt 2 Sep 1525 - 11 Feb 1526
MotherAgnes Lechtoun1
Relationship11th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Simon Burnet1

#33418
FatherAlexander Burnet1 d. bt 2 Sep 1525 - 11 Feb 1526
MotherAgnes Lechtoun1
Relationship11th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Alexander Burnet1

#33419, d. 1529
FatherAlexander Burnard (Burnet)2 d. c Jul 1505
MotherElizabeth Forbes d. b 1497
Relationship13th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Alexander Burnet married Janet Gardyne in or before 1481.2 Alexander died in 1529.2

Children of Alexander and Janet:

Narrative

     Alexander and his wife received a grant of possession of Canneglerocht from his father. For some generations thereafter it became a practice to give this possession to the eldest son.2

Citations

  1. (of Leys.)
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Janet Gardyne1

#33420
Relationship13th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Janet Gardyne married Alexander Burnet, son of Alexander Burnard (Burnet) and Elizabeth Forbes, in or before 1481.2

Children of Janet and Alexander:

Citations

  1. (of Gardine, in Angus.)
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Duncan Burnet

#33421, d. 9 March 1552/53
FatherAlexander Burnet1 d. 1529
MotherJanet Gardyne1
Relationship12th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Duncan died on 9 March 1552/53.1

Narrative

     Duncan was also known as [Master] Duncan Burnet Vicar of Kirkintilloch, Rector of Methlick, Canon of Aberdeen.

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Alexander Burnard (Burnet)

#33422, d. circa July 1505
FatherJohn Burnet d. 1454
Relationship14th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     Alexander Burnard (Burnet) married Elizabeth Riach, daughter of Alexander Forbes.1 Alexander died circa July 1505.1

Children of Alexander and Elizabeth:

Narrative

     Alexander was the first Baron of Leys. When King James III made his way through the county of Angus on the way to Aberdeen at the head of a large following, evidence in the Crathes Charters shows the Laird of Leys to have been one of his supporters. On 23 April 1488 at Aberdeen. Alexander Burnard resigned all of his lands into the King's hands. Two days later, on 25 April, he received a charter, under the Great Seal held by Bishop Elphinstone, uniting into one Free Barony the lands of Leys, Killenaglerach, Cullonach, The Hill, Candahill, Crathes with mill, Drumsalloch with the Loch of Bachory and Island, all in the Sheriffdom of Aberdeen, along with Wester Cardney. As land charters centered around a main dwelling which, in the case of Burnetts, had so far been the Crannog on the Loch of Leys, perhaps this may have been the time at which an interim dwelling became the focal point of the Burnett family. A similiar ceremony took place in the following century when Crathes became the main dwelling. The same Alexander Burnard was name in papers relating to the Abbey of Arbroath. In 1460, he was an arbiter in the inquest to settle the marches or boundaries of lands belonging to the Abbey. This powerful religious house held a considerable amount of land including some which bounded with Leys, and there are numberous and various charters and grants between Alexander Burnard and Irvine, the Laird of Drum.2

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 36.

Elizabeth Forbes

#33423, d. before 1497
FatherAlexander Forbes
Relationship14th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     She married first Alexander Riach.1 She married second Alexander Burnard (Burnet), son of John Burnet.2 Elizabeth died before 1497.2

Children of Elizabeth and Alexander:

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 36.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Alexander Riach

#33424

Major Life Events

     Alexander Riach married Elizabeth Forbes, daughter of Alexander Forbes.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 36.

Alexander Forbes1

#33425
Relationship15th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Child of Alexander and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. 2nd Laird of Echt.

Andrew Burnet1

#33426
FatherAlexander Burnard (Burnet) d. c Jul 1505
MotherElizabeth Forbes d. b 1497
Relationship13th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 36.

Christian Burnet

#33427
FatherAlexander Burnard (Burnet) d. c Jul 1505
MotherElizabeth Forbes d. b 1497
Relationship13th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     She married Alexander Cumyn on 11 January 1480 on a Papal dispensation on the grounds of propinquity.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

Alexander Cumyn

#33428

Major Life Events

     Alexander Cumyn married Christian Burnet, daughter of Alexander Burnard (Burnet) and Elizabeth Forbes, on 11 January 1480.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 37.

John Burnet

#33430, d. 1454
FatherRobert Burnard
Relationship15th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Major Life Events

     John died in 1454.1

Child of John and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     John is believed to be the first of the family to be styled of Leys. John Burnet of Leys was present, on 22 September 1446, at a disposition regarding the mortgaging of Easter Skene to Sir William Keith Marischal. Reference to a Johannnes Burnet is found in the Burgh Records of Aberdeen 1398-1407. In charters relating to the Burgh of Aberdeen, it is noted that letters of safe conduct for owners of ships and their crews to trade with the city of London were granted to certain Burgesses of the town including one, dated 10 February 1438/39, to a John Burnet.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 36.

Robert Burnard1

#33431
FatherJohn Burnard
Relationship16th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Child of Robert and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Douglas in his Baronage of Scotland states that Robert Burnard/Burnet was the son and successor of John Burnard. In 1391-2, Robert Burnard gave account as Deputy Sheriff of Kincardine at which time the principal Sheriff was Sir William Keith.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 35.

John Burnard1

#33432
FatherSymon Burnard1
Relationship17th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Child of John and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     John Burnard is recorded in the Register of the Great Seal of Scotland on 25 December 1370 in a charter from King David II as Clavigeri nostrum (Royal Mace-bearer). In the charter there is reference to an annual income to be made payable to him from the lands of Carnousis in Banffshire, Scotland and it is thought that the 10 merks per annum was his token payment for this royal duty. The account of the baillies of the town of Aberdeen, dated 10 February 1372/73, shows that a payment of 28s.8d was made by mandate of the King to John Burnard, Clavigero. The word Clavigero translated from the Latin can also mean key-holder. It is impossible to determine whether this alternative translation applied to John Burnard and, if so, to ascertain why he might have held keys for the King unless he had local responsiblilty for the royal mint, located in the Castlegate of Aberdeen.1

     John is said to be a grandson of Alexander Burnard which means he is either a son of Symond or of another son of Alexander. This would make him either a brother or cousin of William Burnard.

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 35.

William Burnard1

#33433
FatherSymon Burnard
Relationship17th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Narrative

     William Burnard had a charter, dated 26 December 1378 at Arbroath, of the lands of Symon Burnard in the Forest of Drum which had been resigned to him. This charter is now in the Crathes Papers. It gave said lands to be held by William and his heirs in fee and heredity. The Register of Burgesses of Guild and Trade of the Burgh of Aberdeen lists a Wiliiam Burnet, elected in 1399, who may be the same William or his son. There is a Willelmus Burnet who is mentioned several times in the early records of Aberdeen.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 35.

Symon Burnard1

#33434
FatherAlexander Burnard
Relationship18th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Children of Symon and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     A Simonis Bayard is to be found in Early Records of Aberdeen 1317, 1398-1407. This record concerned Tenentes Botharum and Pistores laganarum. He is also mentioned in the Annuals of Aberdeen. It would appear that Simon was one of the earliest of a long line of merchant Burnetts in one of Scotland's most important ports. In 1134, King David I granted a tithe on all ships trading in and out of Aberdeen. The first charter from King William the Lion in 1179, and second charter granted before 1203, freed the burgesses of the town from paying toll on their goods traded and in so doing indicated how important a role Aberdeen merchants played in the commerce of the land.1

     By the end of the reign of King Alexander III, Aberdeen not only enjoyed strong domestic trade but, being a sea-port, possessed trading vessels with which its merchants exchanged goods with ports on the Continent. The Bishop of Aberdeen had a grant, from King David I, on one tenth of the "Can" or customs from the ships trading to and from the port of Aberdeen as part of the revenue of his See. Aberdeen merchants sent salmon, wool and hides to the Netherlands and brought back cloth from the Flemish wearvers, salt, wine, iron and other domestic goods. Wool was a strong trading commodity, the fleeces of the Scottish sheep being particularly in demand in Flanders. Part of the 1347 ransom for the release of King David II was paid in wool produced in the hinterland of Aberdeen. The town was renown for the quality of its salmon, preserved by smoking, and for several types of dried and salted fish. As a result there was considerable trade in fish to England, very large quantities being sent to places such as Yarmouth and London.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 34.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 35.

Alexander Burnard1

#33435
Relationship19th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsMaternal Ancestors

Child of Alexander and an unknown spouse:

Narrative

     Alexander was the first of the Burnards who is known to be associated with the lands of Leys. The name appears in early north-east records interchangeable with Burnet and gradually evolved through a number of variations to that of Burnett. Little is known of his ancestry but he is thought to have been a son of Roger Burnard of Farningtoun in southern Scotland.1 Alexander was on of those adherents whose loyalty and services to King Robert I (Robert the Bruce) were repaid substantially by large grants of land on the banks of the River Dee in the vicinity of the parish of Banchory Ternan, Kincardineshire. The charter, outlining the land transaction, dated 28 March 1324 at Berwick-on-Tweed, was confirmed by a later charter by King David II date 17 November 1358 at Scone.2

     Alexander was also Keeper of the Forest of Drum, the badge of office of which is considered to be the Horn of Leys. This still hangs in Crathes Castle and is portrayed in the Coat of Arms of the Burnetts of Leys. Given the feudal system of land tenure introduced by King David I, it is likely that the procedure of "cornage" or use of a symbolic horn in the process of land grants also extended north of the Border. The Horn of Leys may, therefore, have had a two-fold significance in not only identifying the role of Keeper of the Royal Forest at Drum but also in sealing the charter. Family tradition that the Horn of Leys must always be in the possession of the family almost certainly arises from the fact that the horn could, if necessary, be produced in support of claim of land.3

     Whether the link between Alexander Burnard and Robert the Bruce was as a result of his having held an office in the retinue of the royal court or for his services as a knight fighting for his king in all, or some, of the southern battles, will probably never be known. It is quite likely that he fought at the battle of Bannockburn.4

     The early habitation of the Burnards was a crannog or lake/loch dwelling, sometimes referred to as the Castle of Leys, constructed on the island in the Loch of Leys where it could be defended. Whether the Burnards were responsible for the construction or took possession of an existing dwelling on the site is not known. There is the possibly that the lands, and probably the cannog, were previously owned by the Wauchop family and were forfeited before being granted to Alexander Burnard. It is reasonable to assume that the cannog dwelling was eventually abandoned in favour of a "manor" or land-based home with attendant farm and servant accommodation on the shores of the Loch of Leys. By the late 1500s, the Burnetts had constructed a tower-house which came to be called Crathes Castle.5

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 31.
  2. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 26.
  3. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 27.
  4. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 32.
  5. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, pages 33,34.

Unknown Forbes

#33436

Major Life Events

     Unknown Forbes married Marjorie Forbes, daughter of John Forbes.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 40.

Alice Brogdon

#33437

Major Life Events

     Alice Brogdon married Dana Wayne Foster, son of William Timothy Foster and Linda Kay Lyles, on 7 June 1996.1

Citations

  1. [S526] Letter, Edward Hunter Foster to Paul E. Lawrence.

Agnes Moir

#33439, d. 18 June 1686

Major Life Events

     Agnes Moir married Alexander Burnett, son of Thomas Burnett and Margaret Johnston, on 26 June 1655 at St. Nicholas Church, Aberdeen, Scotland.1 Agnes died on 18 June 1686.1 She was interred at St. Nicholas Church at Aberdeen, Scotland.1

Citations

  1. [S478] Eileen A. Bailey, James C. A. Burnett, Charles J. Burnett and Ian B. D. Bryce, Crannog to Castle, Burnett Family, page 138.

Gundrada of England1

#33479
FatherHenry I of England1 b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherSybilla Corbet1 b. c 1077, d. a 1157
Relationship24th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Richard of Lincoln

#33480, b. circa 1100, d. 25 September 1120
FatherHenry I of England1 b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
Relationship24th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Richard of Lincoln was born circa 1100.1 He drowned in the wreck of the White Ship on 25 September 1120.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Robert FitzHenry

#33481, d. after 1183
FatherHenry FitzHenry b. c 1088, d. 1157
Relationship1st cousin 25 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Robert died after 1183.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Maud of Okehampton

#33482, d. 1224
FatherRobert FitzEdith d. 1172
MotherMaud d'Avranches
Relationship1st cousin 25 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Maud died in 1224.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Philippa of Perche

#33483
FatherRoutrou II of Perche1 b. 1090, d. Apr 1144
MotherMatilda of England1 b. 1086, d. 25 Nov 1120
Relationship23rd great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Philippa of Perche married Helias Plantagenet.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Felicia of Perche1

#33484
FatherRoutrou II of Perche1 b. 1090, d. Apr 1144
MotherMatilda of England1 b. 1086, d. 25 Nov 1120
Relationship23rd great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Helias Plantagenet

#33485

Major Life Events

     Helias Plantagenet married Philippa of Perche, daughter of Routrou II of Perche and Matilda of England.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Hoel de Bretagne1

#33486
FatherConan III of Brittany1 d. 1148
MotherMaud of England1
Relationship26th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

William IV de Montmirail1

#33487
FatherWilliam III Gouet de Montmirail1
MotherEustacia of England1
Relationship1st cousin 25 times removed of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Sybilla of England

#33488
FatherHenry I of England b. Sep 1068, d. 1 Dec 1135
MotherSybilla Corbet b. c 1077, d. a 1157
Relationship27th great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Sybilla of England married Baldwin de Boullers.1

Child of Sybilla and Baldwin:

Narrative

     Sybilla was also known as Sybillia de Falaise.

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Baldwin de Boullers

#33489
Relationship27th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsAncestors of Anne Council, wife of Robert Lawrence (IV)

Major Life Events

     Baldwin de Boullers married Sybilla of England, daughter of Henry I of England and Sybilla Corbet.1

Child of Baldwin and Sybilla:

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 511.

Thorkil1

#33490

Major Life Events

     Thorkil married Edith of England, daughter of Æthelred II of England and Ælfgifu ?.2

Citations

  1. Earl.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 482.

Louis of Arles1

#33491

Major Life Events

     Louis of Arles married Edgifu of England, daughter of Edward I of England and Eadgifu of Kent.2

Citations

  1. King of Arles.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 473.

Henry de Hastings1

#33492
FatherHenry de Hastings1 b. c 1200, d. c Aug 1250
MotherAda of Huntingdon1 b. 1 Jan 1199/0, d. a 1241
Relationship22nd great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence
ChartsPaternal Ancestors
Ancestors of Robert Lawrence, immigrant to Virginia

Major Life Events

     Henry de Hastings married Joan de Cantelupe.2

Child of Henry and Joan:

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 410.
  2. [S1429] West Country Genealogy, online http://web.ukonline.co.uk/nigel.battysmith/, Henry de Hastings.

Harold of England

#33493, d. after 1098
FatherHarold II Godwinsson of England b. c 1020, d. 14 Oct 1066
MotherEdith of Mercia b. c 1042, d. a 1070
Relationship27th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Harold died after 1098.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 496.

Cluim1

#33494
FatherCursalem2
Relationship48th great-grandfather of Paul Edward Lawrence

Child of Cluim and an unknown spouse:

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 76.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 67.

Brude map Beli1,2

#33495
FatherBeli map Nechtan2 d. c 633
MotherUnknown ?2
Relationship38th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. (of Strathclyde.)
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 189.

Unknown ?

#33496

Major Life Events

     Unknown ? married Beli map Nechtan, son of Nechtan II of the Picts.1

Child of Unknown and Beli:

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 185.

Owen map Beli1

#33497
FatherBeli map Nechtan1 d. c 633
MotherUnknown ?1
Relationship38th great-granduncle of Paul Edward Lawrence

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 185.

Unknown ?

#33498
FatherGwyddno Garuntur
MotherErb of the Picts
Relationship40th great-grandaunt of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Unknown ? married Lutrin.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 166.

Lutrin

#33499

Major Life Events

     Lutrin married Unknown ?, daughter of Gwyddno Garuntur and Erb of the Picts.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 166.

Unknown ?

#33500
FatherGwyddno Garuntur
MotherErb of the Picts
Relationship41st great-grandmother of Paul Edward Lawrence

Major Life Events

     Unknown ? married Gwid, son of Brude I MacMaelcheon and Unknown ?.1

Citations

  1. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 166.
  2. [S481] Mike Ashley, British Kings & Queens, page 174.