THE MEROVINGIAN KINGS

Clovis

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Crowning of Clovis

HERE YOU WILL FIND OUR DESCENT FROM THE MEROVINGIAN KINGS - ONLY IT IS IN REVERSE - I AM STARTING WITH MY FAMILY AND GOING BACK - scroll down with the arrow on the bottom left. Thank You

TERRELLS GOING BACK 67 GENERATIONS

67. LIANA LONGNECKER B. 2008
67. LUKE LONGNECKER - B. 2005
67. HANNAH MARIE LONGNECKER - B. 1997
67. CHRISTIAN TERRELL LONGNECKER - B. 1996
67. TAYLOR HILTY LONGNECKER - B. 1989
67. LAUREN ELIZABETH LONGNECKER B. 1988
66. GREGORY STUART LONGNECKER B. 1966
66. MICHAEL EMMETT LONGNECKER - B. 1964
65. NANCY CLENDENIN TERRELL - B. 1940 married DR. M. F. LONGNECKER
64. JAMES EMMETT TERRELL
64. MARTHA TERRELL RIDDLE
63. EARLY THOMAS TERREL - b. May 13, 1882 married Ophelia Louise Harris
1. Earley Thomas Terrell Married to Eugenia Jackson Beazley (Aunt Jean)
2. James Emmett Terrell b. Aug. 16, 1911 m. Nannie Belle Clendenin
3. Francis Nelson Terrell b. Jan 14, 1915 d. Nov. 5 1972 m. Henry Drewry Kerr, J
4. Martha Louise Terrell b. June 22, 1920 m. Nathan Lenoir Riddle.
62. Charles Thomas W. Terrell b. May 30, 1852 d. June 19, 1929
m. Fannie Pierce McGehee She was born on Nov. 27, 1852 and was a daughter of Alexander Stewart McGehee 16 Sep 1826 and Mary Jane Thompson 1854 She died at Beaver Dam, Hanover County, Va. They were the parents of five sons.
1. Dr. Emmett Herman Terrell b. May 10, 1878 m. Daisy Ellett
2. Hervey Rosser Terrell b. Aug 20, 1880 d. Jan 10, 1920 married Lucy Vaughan b. Jan 22. 1880 (my Aunt Lucy that cat Miss Lucy was named after. What a great lady she was)
3. Joseph Stuart Terrell b. Oct. 18, 1886 married Y. Winfrey (Uncle Joe)
4. Charles Pierce Terrell b. Sept. 6, 1892 m. Mabel C. Billups
5. Earley Thomas Terrell b. May 13, 1882 m. Ophelia Louise Harris
61. ANN TERRELL B. May 10, DD on Aug. 3, 1845 in Hanover County, Virginia
b. Dec. 7, 1807
d. September 28, 1864
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Father: Joseph Zachary TERRELL
Mother: Martha Washington HARRIS
60. DAVID TERRELL
b. August 19, 1782
d. April 19, 1819
m. Mary Henley Thompson, daughter of Richard Thompson and Jane Banks
Joseph Carr Terrell b. Dec. 7, 1807 married Ann Terrell
Father: Joseph TERRELL
Mother: Elizabeth MILLS
________________________________________
  _Joseph TERRELL _
 _Joseph TERRELL __|
| |_________________
|
|--David TERRELL
|
| _________________
|_Elizabeth MILLS _|
  |_________________
 

59. JOSEPH TERRELL, JR
.Joseph Terrell Jr. – was a Revolutionary soldier. Served as a Private in the 3rd, 4th, 5th & 7th Regiments of the Virginia Line (from “William and Timothy Terrell, Colonial Virginians, Barnhill, Celeste Jane p.6). Had 11 Children. It is through him that we belong to DAR

This was also taken from the Bible records of Mrs. Ann Atkinson Parr, Ashland, VA
• BIRTH: 28 Jan 1744/45
• DEATH: 9 Apr 1787
Father: Joseph TERRELL

Family 1: Elizabeth MILLS
b. Jan 26, 1747
d. Nov. 22, 1833
1. +Charles TERRELL
2. John TERRELL
3. David TERRELL
4. Richard TERRELL

  _Timothy TERRELL __
 _Joseph TERRELL _|
| |_Elizabeth FOSTER _
|
|--Joseph TERRELL
|
| ___________________
|_________________|
  |___________________

10. Joseph Terrell b. 1699 New Kent County - owned lands in Hanover County as early as 1729 and purchased more in 1735.
58. JOSEPH TERRELL
 b. 1699
• BIRTH: 16 Nov 1699, New Kent Co., VA.
Father: Timothy TERRELL
Mother: Elizabeth FOSTER

Family 1:
1. +Joseph TERRELL
________________________________________
  _Richmond TERRELL I_
 _Timothy TERRELL __|
| |____________________
|
|--Joseph TERRELL
|
| _John FOSTER _______
|_Elizabeth FOSTER _|
  |____________________

57. TIMOTHY TERRELL
1658 - ____
ID Number: I54663
ELIZABETH FOSTER

 RESIDENCE: York & New Kent Cos. VA
 BIRTH: 1658, York Co. VA
 RESOURCES: See: [S1990]
Father: Richmond TERRELL I
Mother: Elizabeth WATERS?

Notes

CONFLICT: Has this Timothy as the husband of Elizabeth Foster instead of ID #41208.
"That on Timothy is from others which I have not verified." [S1990] [S1990]
________________________________________
  _WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading_+
  | (1550 - 1595)
  _Robert TERRELL of Reading_|
  | (1592 - 1643) m 1617 |
  | |_MARGARET RICHMOND _________+
  | (1560 - ....)
 _Richmond TERRELL I__|
| (1624 - 1677) |
| | _Robert BALDWIN ____________
| | | (1570 - ....)
| |_Jane BALDWIN _____________|
| (1590 - 1661) m 1617 |
| |_Joane PIGCONE _____________
| (1570 - ....)
|
|--Timothy TERRELL
| (1658 - ....)
| ____________________________
| |
| ___________________________|
| | |
| | |____________________________
| |
|_Elizabeth WATERS? __|
  (1630 - ....) |
  | ____________________________
  | |
  |___________________________|
  |
  |____________________________
 

56. RICHMOND TERRELL
17 Oct 1624 - BET 1677 AND 0000
ID Number: I41203

 RESIDENCE: ENG & 1656 New Kent Co. VA
 BIRTH: 17 Oct 1624, Reading England
 DEATH: BET 1677 AND 0000, Blisland Parrish, New Kent Co. VA [S1819]
 BAPTISM: 17 Oct 1624, Giles Parish, Reading, England [S1990]
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503] [S1819] [S1990]
Father: Robert TERRELL of Reading
Mother: Jane BALDWIN

Family 1 : Elizabeth WATERS?
1. +Richmond TERRELL II
2. Timothy TERRELL
3. +William TERRELL Sr.
4. Robert TERRELL
Notes

"Richmond TERRELL (frequently shown as Tyrrell) came to America in 1656 and settled in New Kent County (Land Patent Book, Richmond, Book 4, page 12). On 28 Nov 1656, Richmond Terrell is granted 640 acres for transportation of 13 persons, among them his Brother, Robert. The land is northeast side of Cattail Swamp. The patent is issued by Sir William Berkley, Governor. In the years that follow, Richmond Terrell is granted large tracts of land in New Kent and James City Counties, Virginia. Richmond Terrell is also active in the Church of England in Blissland Parish."

"living 1677 when he signs the "Blisland Protestations"."

[S1503] [S1990]
________________________________________
  _GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL _+
  | (1530 - 1571)
  _WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading_|
  | (1550 - 1595) |
  | |_HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU __+
  | (1530 - ....)
 _Robert TERRELL of Reading_|
| (1592 - 1643) m 1617 |
| | _WILLIAM RICHMOND ________
| | | (1530 - ....)
| |_MARGARET RICHMOND _________|
| (1560 - ....) |
| |__________________________
|
|
|--Richmond TERRELL I
| (1624 - 1677)
| __________________________
| |
| _Robert BALDWIN ____________|
| | (1570 - ....) |
| | |__________________________
| |
|_Jane BALDWIN _____________|
  (1590 - 1661) m 1617 |
  | __________________________
  | |
  |_Joane PIGCONE _____________|
  (1570 - ....) |
  |__________________________
 

55. ROBERT TERRELL of Reading
1592 - 12 Jun 1643
ID Number: I41199

 OCCUPATION: Clothier
 RESIDENCE: Reading, ENG
 BIRTH: 1592, England [S1819]
 DEATH: 12 Jun 1643, Reading, England
 BURIAL: St. Giles Parish, England
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503] [S1819] [S1990]
Father: WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading
Mother: MARGARET RICHMOND

Family 1 : Jane BALDWIN
 MARRIAGE: 29 Jun 1617, St. Giles, Reading, England [S1819]
1. John TERRELL
2. Robert TERRELL
3. Mary TERRELL
4. Margaret TERRELL
5. +Richmond TERRELL I
6. Joan TERRELL
7. Charles TERRELL
8. William TERRELL
9. Timothy TERRELL
10. Thomas TERRELL
Notes

"Barnhill: Robert's Will - Robert Terrell, of Reading in the County of Berks, clothier: to the poor of the St. Giles Reading 30s - to my son Robert Terrell L150 - son Richmond Terrell the like sume at age 21 - and to son William Terrell at the age of 21 - and to son Timothy Terrell at the age of 21 - to Mary Terrell L150; to daughter Margaret Terrell L150 at age 21 - to son John Terrell my racks, furnaces, shears, handles, papers and other shop stuff and impliments of clothing and also my great gilte silver bowl - to son Richmond silver wine bowl - to son Robert silver beer bowl - to William and Timothy the silver spoons that were my children's - to Mary silver and gilt salt - to Margaret trencher salt - my wife Jane to have in custody of all the plate during her widowhood - residue to said wife Jane and on John, joint executors - overseers, brother-in-law Mr. Thomas Baldwin, friend Mr. Richard Stampe, & brother-in-law Richard Hunt. Dated 8 Jun 1643, proved at Oxford 27 Sep 1643 by Jane Terrell."

"Robert Tyrrell carried the title of Councilor and Guardian of Reading. The name was TYRRELL in England; it became Terrell in America. We have chose to show the change at this point, but in truth, the change was gradual."

[S1819] [S1503]
________________________________________
  _HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL _+
  | (1500 - ....)
  _GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL _|
  | (1530 - 1571) |
  | |_JANE INGLETON _____________
  | (1502 - 1557)
 _WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading_|
| (1550 - 1595) |
| | _EDWARD MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON_+
| | | (1500 - ....)
| |_HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU __|
| (1530 - ....) |
| |_HELEN ROPER _______________
| (1500 - ....)
|
|--Robert TERRELL of Reading
| (1592 - 1643)
| ____________________________
| |
| _WILLIAM RICHMOND ________|
| | (1530 - ....) |
| | |____________________________
| |
|_MARGARET RICHMOND _________|
  (1560 - ....) |
  | ____________________________
  | |
  |__________________________|
  |
  |____________________________
 

55. WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading
ABT 1550 - 28 Aug 1595

 RESIDENCE: Reading, ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1550, Oakendon, England
 DEATH: 28 Aug 1595, Reading, England
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503] [S1819]
Father: GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL
Mother: HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU

Family 1 : MARGARET RICHMOND
1. +Robert TERRELL of Reading
2. David TYRRELL
3. Thomas TYRRELL
4. Francis TYRRELL
________________________________________
  _WILLIAM TYRRELL ____+
  | (1465 - ....)
  _HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL _|
  | (1500 - ....) |
  | |_ELIZABETH BODLEY ___
  | (1470 - ....)
 _GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL _|
| (1530 - 1571) |
| | _____________________
| | |
| |_JANE INGLETON _____________|
| (1502 - 1557) |
| |_____________________
|
|
|--WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading
| (1550 - 1595)
| _THOMAS MONTAGU _____+
| | (1470 - ....)
| _EDWARD MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON_|
| | (1500 - ....) |
| | |_AGNES DUDLEY _______
| | (1470 - ....)
|_HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU __|
  (1530 - ....) |
  | _____________________
  | |
  |_HELEN ROPER _______________|
  (1500 - ....) |
  |_____________________
 

54. GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL
ABT 1530 - 10 May 1571

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1530
 DEATH: 10 May 1571
 RESOURCES: See: Warning Notes [S1503]
Father: HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL
Mother: JANE INGLETON

Family 1 : HELEN (ELINOR) MONTAGU
1. EDWARD Thornton TYRRELL of Thornton
2. +WILLIAM TERRELL Of Reading
3. THOMAS TYRRELL
4. FRANCIS TYRRELL
5. EMMA TYRRELL
6. TYRRELL
7. HESTER TYRRELL
Notes

WARNING "Ref.: O. F. Brown, THE TYRELLS OF ENGLAND, 1982, Published by Phillimore & Co., LTD, Shopwyke Hall, Chichester, Sussex. This is the best documented book on the early Tyrell family that I have found. Mr. Brown says that there are gaps in the lines claimed by so many for which no documentation to prove them is known to exist. In 1966, he agreed to take on the job of finishing and publishing the Tyrell family research of the late Rev. William Tirrell.

Mr. Brown said that this line is circumstantial and though possible, he emphasizes that he cannot prove it. The claimed line from George Tyrell of Thornton to Robert Tyrrell of Reading is not proven. George had a son named William for whom no further documentation has been found. Many claim that this William was the father of Robert of Reading. Possibly he was."

[S1990]

  _THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL _+
  | (1430 - ....)
  _WILLIAM TYRRELL ____|
  | (1465 - ....) |
  | |_ELIZABETH le BRUN _______+
  | (1430 - 1493)
 _HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL _|
| (1500 - ....) |
| | __________________________
| | |
| |_ELIZABETH BODLEY ___|
| (1470 - ....) |
| |__________________________
|
|
|--GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL
| (1530 - 1571)
| __________________________
| |
| _____________________|
| | |
| | |__________________________
| |
|_JANE INGLETON _____________|
  (1502 - 1557) |
  | __________________________
  | |
  |_____________________|
  |
  |__________________________
 

53. HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL
ABT 1500 - ____
ID Number: I41165

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1500
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: WILLIAM TYRRELL
Mother: ELIZABETH BODLEY

Family 1 : JANE INGLETON
1. +GEORGE THORNTON TYRRELL
Notes

Much early research shows Humphrey as the son of Sir Thomas. However, Diane Dawn Dandridge Allen quotes "The Tyrells of England" (page 138, Pedigree 8, page 246-247) as showing Humphrey as the GRAND-son...with his father as Sir William.

[S1503]
________________________________________
  _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron_+
  | (1411 - 1476) m 1430
  _THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL _|
  | (1430 - ....) |
  | |_ANNA de MARNEY ____________________+
  | (1402 - 1477) m 1430
 _WILLIAM TYRRELL ____|
| (1465 - ....) |
| | _HENRY le BRUN _____________________
| | | (1400 - ....)
| |_ELIZABETH le BRUN _______|
| (1430 - 1493) |
| |____________________________________
|
|
|--HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL
| (1500 - ....)
| ____________________________________
| |
| __________________________|
| | |
| | |____________________________________
| |
|_ELIZABETH BODLEY ___|
  (1470 - ....) |
  | ____________________________________
  | |
  |__________________________|
  |
  |____________________________________
 

52. WILLIAM TYRRELL
1465 - ____
ID Number: I41163

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: 1465
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL
Mother: ELIZABETH le BRUN

Family 1 : ELIZABETH BODLEY
1. +HUMPHREY THORNTON TYRRELL

  _JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON______+
  | (1390 - 1437)
  _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron_|
  | (1411 - 1476) m 1430 |
  | |_ALICE de COGGESHALL __________________+
  | (1382 - 1422)
 _THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL _|
| (1430 - ....) |
| | _WILLIAM de MARNEY Knt. of Laye Marney_+
| | | (1370 - 1414) m 1388
| |_ANNA de MARNEY ____________________|
| (1402 - 1477) m 1430 |
| |_ELIZABETH CERGEAUX ___________________+
| (1378 - 1414) m 1388
|
|--WILLIAM TYRRELL
| (1465 - ....)
| _______________________________________
| |
| _HENRY le BRUN _____________________|
| | (1400 - ....) |
| | |_______________________________________
| |
|_ELIZABETH le BRUN _______|
  (1430 - 1493) |
  | _______________________________________
  | |
  |____________________________________|
  |
  |_______________________________________
 

51. THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL
ABT 1430 - ____
ID Number: I41160

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1430
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron
Mother: ANNA de MARNEY

Family 1 : ELIZABETH le BRUN
1. +WILLIAM TYRRELL
________________________________________
  _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL _____________________+
  | (1370 - 1423)
  _JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON______|
  | (1390 - 1437) |
  | |_ELIZABETH FLAMBERT _______________________
  | (1375 - ....)
 _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron_|
| (1411 - 1476) m 1430 |
| | _WILLIAM de COGGESHALL Knt. of Godham Hall_
| | | (1360 - ....)
| |_ALICE de COGGESHALL __________________|
| (1382 - 1422) |
| |_ANTIOCHA HAWKWOOD ________________________
| (1365 - ....)
|
|--THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL
| (1430 - ....)
| _ROBERT de MARNEY Knt. of Layer Marney_____
| |
| _WILLIAM de MARNEY Knt. of Laye Marney_|
| | (1370 - 1414) m 1388 |
| | |_ALICE LACER of Bromley____________________+
| |
|_ANNA de MARNEY ____________________|
  (1402 - 1477) m 1430 |
  | _RICHARD CERGEAUX Knt._____________________
  | | (1340 - 1393) m 1378
  |_ELIZABETH CERGEAUX ___________________|
  (1378 - 1414) m 1388 |
  |_PHILIPPE FitzAlan ARUNDEL
  (1350 - 1399) m 1378

51. THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron
ABT 1411 - ABT 1476
ID Number: I41158

 OCCUPATION: Knight of the Shire for Essex.
 RESIDENCE: Esthornedon, Essex, ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1411
 DEATH: ABT 1476 [S1531]
 BURIAL: East Horndon, Essex, England
 RESOURCES: See: [S504] [S1503] [S1531]
Father: JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON
Mother: ALICE de COGGESHALL

Family 1 : ANNA de MARNEY is a direct descendant from the Royal Plantagenet Line and through her we are connected to all of the Royal Families of Europe. Her line is complicated so it is found elsewhere.
 MARRIAGE: ABT 1430, England [232729] [S1531]
1. +THOMAS OCKEDONN TYRRELL
2. ROBERT TYRRELL
3. +HUMPHREY TYRRELL Gent. of Warley Setmels
4. WILLIAM TYRRELL Knt.
5. +ELIZABETH TYRRELL
Notes

Son and Heir of John Tyrrell, Knt.; 4 sons & one daughter. Will dated 15 May 1475 and proved 11 Jan 1477, names wife dame Anne, and sons, Humphrey and Robert. Thomas Knt. of Heron in East Horndon, Essex, and Malton in Orwell, Meldreth, and Shepreth, co. Cambridge. Sheriff of Essex and Herts, 1460 & Chamberlain of the Exchequer. [S504] [S1531]
[232729]
bef Jun 1446-prob. much earlier

  _WALTER HERON TYRRELL _+
  | (1350 - ....)
  _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL _____________________|
  | (1370 - 1423) |
  | |_ANNA SWYNFORD ________+
  | (1350 - ....)
 _JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON_|
| (1390 - 1437) |
| | _______________________
| | |
| |_ELIZABETH FLAMBERT _______________________|
| (1375 - ....) |
| |_______________________
|
|
|--THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron
| (1411 - 1476)
| _______________________
| |
| _WILLIAM de COGGESHALL Knt. of Godham Hall_|
| | (1360 - ....) |
| | |_______________________
| |
|_ALICE de COGGESHALL _____________|
  (1382 - 1422) |
  | _______________________
  | |
  |_ANTIOCHA HAWKWOOD ________________________|
  (1365 - ....) |
  |_______________________
 

50. JOHN HERON TYRRELL - KNIGHT OF HERON
ABT 1390 - 1437
ID Number: I41156

 OCCUPATION: Speaker of the House of Commons
 RESIDENCE: Essex, ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1390, Heron, East Horndon, England
 DEATH: 1437
 RESOURCES: See: [S504] [S1503] [S1531]
Father: THOMAS HERON TYRRELL
Mother: ELIZABETH FLAMBERT

Family 1 : ALICE de COGGESHALL
1. +THOMAS HERON TYRRELL Knt. of Heron

  _JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knt._+
  | (.... - 1380)
  _WALTER HERON TYRRELL _|
  | (1350 - ....) |
  | |_MARGARET HERON ______________+
  |
 _THOMAS HERON TYRRELL _|
| (1370 - 1423) |
| | _WILLIAM SWYNFORD ____________
| | |
| |_ANNA SWYNFORD ________|
| (1350 - ....) |
| |______________________________
|
|
|--JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON
| (1390 - 1437)
| ______________________________
| |
| _______________________|
| | |
| | |______________________________
| |
|_ELIZABETH FLAMBERT ___|
  (1375 - ....) |
  | ______________________________
  | |
  |_______________________|
  |
  |______________________________
 

[Parents] was born about 1390 in Heron, , , England. He died in 1437 in , , , England. John married Alice DE COGGESHALL.
There is a difference in opinion as to the next two generations between this man and Sir James who married Margaret Heron. Another source that I have states that John's father was Sir Walter Tyrrell (d. 1406), who m. Eleanor Flambard (d. 1422), and that Sir Walter's father was Sir Thomas Tyrrell (d. abt 1382), King's Yoeman and Steward over Princess Isabel's estates and properties, and his wife Alice d'Adeleigh (d. 1398). From there it is the same with the father of the next generation being Sir James Tyrrell who m. Margaret Heron. Most likely these Tyrrells existed and were probably brothers and it is not clear which line followed. At any rate, the line from Sir James back is clear. I have followed Dicken's line here, as she got it from a reliable source.
Alice DE COGGESHALL [Parents] was born about 1390 in , , , England. She died before 1423 in , , , England. Alice married Sir John TYRRELL.
Granddaughter of the famous English soldier, Sir John Hawkwood, Knight of Essex, who for many years during the wars in Italy was commanding General of the Armies of Florence. In a Chapel at East Horndon there remains to this day a beautiful alabaster slab tablet to the memory of Lady Alice Tyrrell, upon which were outlined her figure and face, placed in the church 1422. Dicken says that she was a co-heiress to her father's fortunes.
They had the following children:
Sir Thomas TYRRELL
Sir William TYRRELL was born about 1420 in , , England.

49. THOMAS HERON TYRRELL
ABT 1370 - AFT 1423
ID Number: I41154

 RESIDENCE: Essex, ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1370
 DEATH: AFT 1423
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: WALTER HERON TYRRELL
Mother: ANNA SWYNFORD

Family 1 : ELIZABETH FLAMBERT
1. +JOHN HERON TYRRELL Knt. OF HERON
Notes

Sir Thomas Tyrrell of Heron, Sheriff of Essex and Herford, 1423. Fought in the battle of Agincourt. A helmet that is said to be part of his armour is preserved in the chapel at East Herndon. Above it is the Tyrrell Crest: a boar's head with at Peacock's tail issuing from its mouth.

  _HUGH TYRRELL of Great Thornden_+
  | (.... - 1378)
  _JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knt._|
  | (.... - 1380) |
  | |_JANE FLAMBERT _________________+
  | (.... - 1330)
 _WALTER HERON TYRRELL _|
| (1350 - ....) |
| | _WILLIAM HERON of Heron Hall____
| | |
| |_MARGARET HERON ______________|
| |
| |________________________________
|
|
|--THOMAS HERON TYRRELL
| (1370 - 1423)
| ________________________________
| |
| _WILLIAM SWYNFORD ____________|
| | |
| | |________________________________
| |
|_ANNA SWYNFORD ________|
  (1350 - ....) |
  | ________________________________
  | |
  |______________________________|
  |
  |________________________________
 

 48. WALTER HERON TYRRELL
ABT 1350 -

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1350
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knt.
Mother: MARGARET HERON

Family 1 : ANNA SWYNFORD
1. +THOMAS HERON TYRRELL

  _EDMOND TYRRELL _________+
  | (1280 - ....)
  _HUGH TYRRELL of Great Thornden_|
  | (.... - 1378) |
  | |_JANE SUFFOLK of Borgate_
  | (1280 - ....)
 _JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knt._|
| (.... - 1380) |
| | _JAMES FLAMBERT _________
| | |
| |_JANE FLAMBERT _________________|
| (.... - 1330) |
| |_________________________
|
|
|--WALTER HERON TYRRELL
| (1350 - ....)
| _________________________
| |
| _WILLIAM HERON of Heron Hall____|
| | |
| | |_________________________
| |
|_MARGARET HERON ______________|
  |
  | _________________________
  | |
 

47. JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knight
BIRTH – 1325 -?
 RESIDENCE: of Essex, ENG
 BIRTH: Heron, East Horndon, England
 DEATH: AFT 1380
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: HUGH TYRRELL of Great Thornden
Mother: JANE FLAMBERT

Family 1 : MARGARET HERON
1. +WALTER HERON TYRRELL
Notes

Knighted before Ardes, 1380. (Dicken, p.3).
47. HUGH TYRRELL of Great Thornden
BIRTH – 1300 ?
 RESIDENCE: Essex, ENG
 BIRTH: Great Thornton, Essex, England
 DEATH: AFT 1378, of Great Thornton, Essex, England
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: EDMOND TYRRELL
Mother: JANE SUFFOLK of Borgate

Family 1 : JANE FLAMBERT
1. +JAMES TYRRELL Of Essex, Knt.
Notes

Sir Hugh of Great Thornden, Essex. Governor of Carisbrooke, which he defended against the French, 1378. Has birth date of 1254, date doesn't work.

46. EDMOND TYRRELL
BIRTH 1280
 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: 1280
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: GALFRID AVON TYRRELL of Tyrell

Family 1 : JANE SUFFOLK of Borgate
1. +HUGH TYRRELL of Great Thornden

  _ROGER AVON TYRRELL _+
  | (1175 - ....)
  _EDWARD AVON TYRRELL _|
  | (1210 - ....) |
  | |_____________________
  |
 _GALFRID AVON TYRRELL of Tyrell_|
| (1250 - ....) |
| | _____________________
| | |
| |______________________|
| |
| |_____________________
|
|
|--EDMOND TYRRELL
| (1280 - ....)
| _____________________
| |
| ______________________|

45. GALFRID AVON TYRRELL of Tyrell
BIRTH - 1250
 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1250
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: EDWARD AVON TYRRELL

Family 1 :
1. +EDMOND TYRRELL
Notes

showed died 1250 on website, date will not work for son Edmond born 1280. [S1503]
________________________________________
  _HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock_+
  | (1140 - 1199)
  _ROGER AVON TYRRELL _|
  | (1175 - ....) |
  | |_MARIE de SENARPONT _______________________________________________
  | (1150 - ....)
 _EDWARD AVON TYRRELL _|
| (1210 - ....) |
| | ___________________________________________________________________
| | |
| |_____________________|
| |
| |___________________________________________________________________
|
|
|--GALFRID AVON TYRRELL of Tyrell
| (1250 - ....)
| ___________________________________________________________________
|

44. EDWARD AVON TYRRELL
BIRTH - 1210
ID Number: I41142

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: 1210
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: ROGER AVON TYRRELL

Family 1 :
1. +GALFRID AVON TYRRELL of Tyrell
Notes

Aka: Tyrell.
________________________________________
  _HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix_+
  | (1110 - 1159)
  _HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock_|
  | (1140 - 1199) |
  | |_ADA d' AUMALE _____________+
  | (1115 - ....)
 _ROGER AVON TYRRELL _|
| (1175 - ....) |
| | ____________________________
| | |
| |_MARIE de SENARPONT _______________________________________________|
| (1150 - ....) |
| |____________________________
|
|
|--EDWARD AVON TYRRELL
| (1210 - ....)
| ____________________________
| |
| ___________________________________________________________________|
| | |
| | |____________________________
| |
|_____________________|

43. ROGER AVON TYRRELL
BIRTH - 1175

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: 1175
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock
Mother: MARIE de SENARPONT

Family 1 :
1. +EDWARD AVON TYRRELL
Avon Tyrrell is a location in the The New Forest that was created in 1079 by William I (known as William the Conqueror) as a hunting area, principally of deer. It is a unique area of historical, ecological and agricultural significance, and retains many of the rural practices conceded by the Crown in medieval times to local people. Principal of these is the pasturing of ponies, cattle, pigs and donkeys in the open Forest by local inhabitants known as Commoners. The New Forest has also been an important source of timber for the Crown. It is an outstanding recreational area for walking and riding. Warick Castle is there and could have belonged to Roger Avon Tyrrell
42. HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock
ABT 1140 - 1199
ID Number: I41139

 OCCUPATION: the "Grecian Knight."
 RESIDENCE: Poix, FR & ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1140
 DEATH: 1199, Selin Court, England
 BURIAL: Selin Court
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix
Mother: ADA d' AUMALE

Family 1 : MARIE de SENARPONT
1. +ROGER AVON TYRRELL
Notes

Aka: Tyrell, Tirel. Sir Hugh II TYRRELL, sixth Lord of Poix, First Baron of Castleknock in 1173. With Strongbow in Ireland 1169. Governor of Trim 1183. At the seige of Acre in crusade 1191. Named the "Grecian Knight." One of DeLacy's Barons. Burried at Selin Court, 1199.

[S1503]
________________________________________
  _WALTER II TIREL ______+
  | (1040 - 1069)
  _WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix___________|
  | (1060 - 1136) |
  | |_ANN de CLARE _________+
  | (1040 - ....)
 _HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix_|
| (1110 - 1159) |
| | _RICHARD GIFFARD ______
| | | (1050 - ....)
| |_ADELAIDE GIFFARD ___________________________|
| (1080 - 1138) |
| |_MATHILDE de MORTEMER _
| (1050 - ....)
|
|--HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock
| (1140 - 1199)
| _______________________
| |
| _ETIENNE de Champagne AUMALE Compte d'Aumale_|
| | |
| | |_______________________
| |
|_ADA d' AUMALE _____________|
  (1115 - ....) |
  | _______________________
  | |
  |_____________________________________________|
  |
  |_______________________
 

41. HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix
1110 - 1159
ID Number: I41134

 OCCUPATION: Crusader
 RESIDENCE: FR & ENG
 BIRTH: 1110
 DEATH: 1159
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix
Mother: ADELAIDE GIFFARD

Family 1 : ADA d' AUMALE
1. +HUGH II "The Grecian Knight" TYRRELL (TIREL) Baron of Castleknock
Notes

Sir Hugh Tirel, Fourth Prince of Poix, a Baron in France and England. He was with the second crusade, 1146. Held lands in the New Forest (Pipe Roll).

[S1503]

  _WALTER I TIREL 2nd Lord of Poix_____
  | (1015 - 1044)
  _WALTER II TIREL ______|
  | (1040 - 1069) |
  | |_OLGA________________________________
  | (1020 - ....)
 _WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix_|
| (1060 - 1136) |
| | _GILBERT CRISPIN de CLARE Earl of EU_+
| | | (1020 - 1066)
| |_ANN de CLARE _________|
| (1040 - ....) |
| |_GUNMORE d" AINON ___________________
| (1026 - ....)
|
|--HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix
| (1110 - 1159)
| _____________________________________
| |
| _RICHARD GIFFARD ______|
| | (1050 - ....) |
| | |_____________________________________
| |
|_ADELAIDE GIFFARD _________________|
  (1080 - 1138) |
  | _____________________________________
  | |
  |_MATHILDE de MORTEMER _|
  (1050 - ....) |
  |_____________________________________
 

40. WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix
1060 - 1136
ID Number: I28142

 RESIDENCE: Normandy & ENG
 BIRTH: 1060
 DEATH: 1136, 2nd Crusade in Jerusalem
 RESOURCES: See: Notes [S1014] [S1503]
Father: WALTER II TIREL
Mother: ANN de CLARE

Family 1 : ADELIZA de CLARE
Family 2 : ADELAIDE GIFFARD
1. +HUGH I TIREL Baron of Poix
Notes

"SIR WALTER III DE TIREL, Lord of Poix, Laingaham, Kingsworthy and Avon and a Baron of France and England; Castellan of Pontoise 1091. He was present at the siege of Jerusalem, First Crusade, 1096. He accidentally killed William II, Rufus, King of England 1097-1100, by a glancing arrow while hunting in the New Forest.

He married Adeliza, daughter of Richard Fitz-Gilbert, founder of the House of Clare and Rohaise de Bolebec, who was a daughter of Walter Giffard, the elder Count of Longueville, in Normandy, created in 1066 Earl of Buckingham, who was the owner of 107 lordships and commanded the army of King William, Rufus, of England, in Normandy in 1089. Sir Walter Tirel died in the Holy Land in 1136, Second Crusade."

"Sir Walter III Tirel, Third Lord of Poix, Second Lord of Laingaham Kingsworthy and Avon. A Baron of France and England, Castellon of Pontoise, 1091. Joined the first Crusade and was at the seige of Jerusalem, 1096. Reputed to have accidently slain William Rufus, 1100. Founded the Priory of St.Denis, 1116, and the Monestary of Selincourt 1131. Died on a pilgramage to the Holy Land about 1136."

[S1014] [S1503]
________________________________________
  _________________________________________________
  |
  _WALTER I TIREL 2nd Lord of Poix_____|
  | (1015 - 1044) |
  | |_________________________________________________
  |
 _WALTER II TIREL ____|
| (1040 - 1069) |
| | _________________________________________________
| | |
| |_OLGA________________________________|
| (1020 - ....) |
| |_________________________________________________
|
|
|--WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix
| (1060 - 1136)
| _GISLEBERT (Gilbert) de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU_+
| | (1000 - 1040)
| _GILBERT CRISPIN de CLARE Earl of EU_|
| | (1020 - 1066) |
| | |_________________________________________________
| |
|_ANN de CLARE _______|
  (1040 - ....) |
  | _________________________________________________
  | |
  |_GUNMORE d" AINON ___________________|
  (1026 - ....) |
  |_________________________________________________
 
39. ANN de CLARE married WALTER TIREL II
ABT 1040 - ____
ID Number: I41131

 RESIDENCE: ENG
 BIRTH: ABT 1040
 RESOURCES: See: [S1503]
Father: GILBERT CRISPIN de CLARE Earl of EU
Mother: GUNMORE d" AINON

Family 1 : WALTER II TIREL
1. +WALTER III de TIREL Baron of Poix
________________________________________
  _GODFREY de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU_+
  | (0953 - 1015)
  _GISLEBERT (Gilbert) de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU_|
  | (1000 - 1040) |
  | |_____________________________________
  |
 _GILBERT CRISPIN de CLARE Earl of EU_|
| (1020 - 1066) |
| | _____________________________________
| | |
| |_________________________________________________|
| |
| |_____________________________________
|
|
|--ANN de CLARE
| (1040 - ....)
| _____________________________________
| |
| _________________________________________________|
| | |
| | |_____________________________________
| |
|_GUNMORE d" AINON ___________________|
  (1026 - ....) |
  | _____________________________________
  | |
 
38. Count GODFREY de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU
0953 - ABT 1015
ID Number: I2995

 TITLE: Count
 RESIDENCE: Brionne, FR
 BIRTH: 0953
 DEATH: ABT 1015
 RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S590] [S2182]
Father: RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy
Mother: GUNNORA de CRÊPON of Denmark

Family 1 :
1. +GISLEBERT (Gilbert) de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU
Notes

says mother is Unknown, 1st Concubine. [S2182]
37. RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy
28 Aug 0933 - 20 Nov 0996
ID Number: I3041

 OCCUPATION: Reigned 942-996 3rd Duke
 RESIDENCE: Normandy, France
 BIRTH: 28 Aug 0933, Recamp, S-Infra, France
 DEATH: 20 Nov 0996, Fecamp, Seine-Inferieure, France
 BURIAL: Fecamp, Seine-Inferieure, France
 RESOURCES: See: Notes [S11] [S137] [S596] [S790]
Father: WILLIAM I "Longsword" de NORMANDY 2nd Duke of Normandy
Mother: SPROTE de BRETAGNE

Family 1 : GUNNORA de CRÊPON of Denmark
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0952, France
1. +RICHARD II "The Good" de NORMANDY 4th Duke of Normandy
2. +GODFREY de NORMANDY of Brionne & EU
3. +ROBERT de Normandy de EVEREUX Count of Rouen
4. +ALFFAED de NORMANDY of Normandy
5. +HAVOISE "HAWISE" de NORMANDY La Bonne Normande
6. +WILLIAM de EU Count of Hiemes & Eu
Family 2 : EMMA ROBERTIN
 MARRIAGE: AFT 0961, France
1. +EMMA Beauclerc de NORMANDY of England
Notes

His daughter EMMA wed two English Kings, first ETHELRED and second, CANUTE; two of her sons, HARDECANUTE and EDWARD THE CONFESSOR became Kings of England. Richard I, "The NORMANDY"

*** Richard I the Fearless of Normandy. He was the son of William I Longsword of Normandy and Adela of Senlis. He married Gunnor of Crêpon.
Children of Richard Normandy and Gunnor Crêpon are:
i. Godfrey of Brionne & Eu.
ii. Richard II, died August 1027; married Judith of Brittany 1000-1008.
************************************
TITLE: Duke
CONFLICT IN PARENTS OF RICHARD I:
Father: Guillaume (Longespee) I NORMANDY Mother: Sprote de BRETAGNE
Family 1: Gonnora de CREPON MARRIAGE: ABT 952, France
1.Geoffrey de Brionne NORMANDY
2.Richard II (The_Good) NORMANDY
3.Robert D'EVEREUX
Family 2: Emma ROBERTIN MARRIAGE: AFT 961, France
1.Emma de NORMANDY

_Rollon Rognvaldsson Gongen_Hrolfr SVERIGE _
_Guillaume (Longespee) I NORMANDY _|
| |_Gisele CAROLING ___________________________
|
|--Richard I (The_Fearless) NORMANDY
|
| _Hubert de BRETAGNE ________________________
|_Sprote de BRETAGNE _______________|

Named Duke of Normandy in 942-996; Count of Normandy; (The Fearless)
Source: LDS Ancestral File; Haydn's Book of Dignities, p 30; Royals.zip (Compuserve); Kings, Rulers and Statesmen, p 132; Ahnentafel for Edward III of England; Ancestral Routes of Sixty Colonists, p 107.
**********
Richard I ("The Fearless") of NORMANDY
Father: William Longsword, Duke of NORMANDY Mother: Sprota
Family 1:
1.Godfrey, Count of Eu & BRIONNE
2.Mauger, Count of CORBIEL
Family 2: Gonnor DE CREPON
1.Aelfgifu ("EMMA")
2.Robert, Archbishop of ROUEN
3.Richard II "The Good", Duke of NORMANDY
4.Beatrice of NORMANDY
5.William I, Count of EU
6.Hawise of NORMANDY
7.Maude of NORMANDY [S596] [S783]
________________________________________
  _Rognvald Eysteinsson (The Wise) SVERIGE Earl of Maer_+
  | (0830 - 0894) m 0868
  _ROLLO (Hrolfr) "The Dane" Robert I SVERIGE of Rouen_|
  | (0854 - 0930) m 0886 |
  | |_Ragnhild Hrolfsson Hilda NORGE ______________________+
  | (0840 - ....) m 0868
 _WILLIAM I "Longsword" de NORMANDY 2nd Duke of Normandy_|
| (0913 - 0943) m 0932 |
| | _HUBERT BERENGER de VERMANDOIS of Bayeux & Senlis_____+
| | | (0850 - ....) m 0872
| |_LADY POPPA de SENLIS de VERMANDOIS of Normandy______|
| (0872 - ....) m 0886 |
| |_Daughter de RENNES __________________________________
| (0847 - ....) m 0872
|
|--RICHARD I "The Fearless" de NORMANDY 3rd Duke of Normandy
| (0933 - 0996)
| ______________________________________________________
| |
| _HUBERT de BRETAGNE Count of Senlis & St. Liz________|
| | (0880 - ....) |
| | |______________________________________________________
| |
|_SPROTE de BRETAGNE ____________________________________|
  (0915 - 1005) m 0932 |
  |
36. King CHARLES II "The Bald" CAROLINGIENS of The West Franks
13 Jun 0823 - 6 Oct 0877
ID Number: I29181

 TITLE: King
[S2159]
 OCCUPATION: Roi d'Aquitaine (844), roi de Francie occidentale (840-877) Emp. (875)
 RESIDENCE: FR
 BIRTH: 13 Jun 0823, Frankfurt, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia, Frankfort-on-Main [S1158]
 DEATH: 6 Oct 0877, Cenlis,(in the Alps) or Brides Les Bains, Bourgogne [S1158]
 RESOURCES: See: [S1128] [S1158] [S2016] [S2294]
Father: LOUIS I "The Pious" de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The West
Mother: JUDITH "The Fair Maid" of Bavaria

Family 1 : ERMENTRUDE de ORLEANS of the West Franks
 MARRIAGE: 13 Dec 0842, Crecy, France
1. +JUDITH of The West Franks
2. +LOUIS II "The Stammerer" of France
3. CHARLES of Aquitaine
4. CAROLMAN Prince of France
5. LOTHAR Prince of France
6. ROTRUDE Princess of France
7. HILDEGARD Princess of France
8. GISELE Princess of France
9. +ABERNADE (Hersent) Duchess of Lorraine
10. DROGO
11. PIPPIN
Family 2 : RICHILDIS of Metz
 MARRIAGE: 25 Nov 0870
1. +ROTHILD CAROLINGIENS of Neustria
2. CHARLES
Notes

Aka: Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Charles II Le Chauve CAROLINGIENS. "King Athelwulf (839-58), West Saxon Monarch, went to Rome himself, taking his son Alfred with him, in 855 (ASC; Annals of Saint-Bertin, in Nelson (B606),pp. 80-3; Liber Pontificalis, in Davis, Lives of the Ninth-Century Popes (B600), pp. 186-7), and married Judith, daughter of Charles the Bald, on the way back."

"J.L. Nelson, Charles the Bald (1992), and J.L. Nelson, 'The Frankish Empire', The Oxford Illustrated History of the Vikings, ed. P. Sawyer (1997), pp. 19-47; see also S. Coupland, 'The Fortified Bridges of Charles the Bald', Journal of Medieval History 17 (1991), pp. 1-12; see also S. Coupland and J. Nelson, 'The Vikings on the Continent', History Today 38 (December 1988), pp. 12-19." [S1128]
________________________________________
  _PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks_+
  | (0715 - 0768) m 0740
  _CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West_|
  | (0742 - 0814) m 0771 |
  | |_BERTRADA "Broadfoot" de LAON of The Franks_______+
  | (0720 - 0783) m 0740
 _LOUIS I "The Pious" de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The West_|
| (0778 - 0840) m 0819 |
| | _GEROLD Duke of Swabia I__________________________+
| | | (0726 - 0779)
| |_HILDEGARDE of Swabia of The West_________________________|
| (0758 - 0783) m 0771 |
| |_EMMA of Alamannia of Swabia______________________+
| (0720 - 0790)
|
|--CHARLES II "The Bald" CAROLINGIENS of The West Franks
| (0823 - 0877)
| _ISEMBERT Lord of Altorf__________________________+
| | (0760 - ....)
| _WELF I Of Alemannia of Bavaria & Swabia__________________|
| | (0780 - 0819) |
| | |_IRMINTRUDUS______________________________________+
| | (0760 - ....)
|_JUDITH "The Fair Maid" of Bavaria_________________________|
  (0800 - 0843) m 0819 |
  | __________________________________________________
  | |
  |_HEILWIG of Saxony________________________________________|
  (0780 - 0826) |
  |__________________________________________________
35. Emperor LOUIS I "The Pious" de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The West
Aug 0778 - 20 Jun 0840
ID Number: I14227

 TITLE: Emperor
[S2159]
 OCCUPATION: King Of Aquitaine 781; King Of France; Emperor 814-840
 RESIDENCE: FR
 BIRTH: Aug 0778, Chasseneuil, France
 DEATH: 20 Jun 0840, Near Ingelheim, Germany (Rhinehessen, Hesse)
 RESOURCES: See: (LDS) [S414] [S2016] [S2144]
Father: CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West
Mother: HILDEGARDE of Swabia of The West

Family 1 :
1. ALPAID
2. ARNULF Count of Sens
Family 2 : IRMENGARDIS de HESBAYE of Hasbania
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0794
1. +LOTHAIRE I de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The Holy Roman Empire
2. PEPIN I CAROLINGIENS of Aquitaine
3. ADELAIDE CAROLINGIENS
4. +LOUIS II "The German" CAROLINGIENS of The East Franks
5. ROTRUD CAROLINGIENS
6. +HILDEGARD de AQUITAINE of Francia
Family 3 : JUDITH "The Fair Maid" of Bavaria
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0819, Aix La Chapelle, Austrasia
1. +GISELA CAROLINGIENS of Aquitaine
2. +CHARLES II "The Bald" CAROLINGIENS of The West Franks
Notes

Aka: Louis Ier le Pieux ou le Débonnaire CAROLINGIENS. "Louis I, le Debonnaire, or the Gentle, Roman Emperor 814 to 840. Louis I, his elder brothers having died, succeeded his father Jan 28, 814, and the first years of his government were quite successful; but in 817 he yielded to the wishes of his sons and gave each of them a share of his dominions, and hence arose complications which he was incapable of managing and from which resulted the dissolution of the Empire.

CONFLICT: By his first wife, Irmingardis, (others show Judith as mother of Gisela) daughter of Ingram, Count of Hasbania in Saxony, who d. 818, he had Ludovicus Germanicus (Louis the German) b 800, King of Bavaria; Gisela, wife of Eberhard, Count of Burgundy; and Adelheid; wife of Robrt Fortis, Count of Burgundy, Duke of France. By his second wife, Judith the Fair Maid of Bavaira, he had Charles II, The Bald, b 823, King of France, 840, Emperor 875 d. 878.

Western Frankish King 843-877
Frankish Emperor 875-877
Louis the Pious became Frankish Emperor in 814 with no rivals to the throne. He had three sons, Lothar, Pepin, and Louis. In 817, Lothar was made co-Emperor with his father and King of Italy to replace Bernard, Pepin made King of Aquitaine, and Louis made King of Bavaria. In 823, Louis had another son, Charles, this one by a new wife (the mother of the 3 brothers had died). Louis tried desperately to work Charles in as a successor, but the three brothers fought him everytime he tried to reform his will. After much conflict, Emperor Louis dropped Lothar's imperial title in 829 and sent him off to Italy. The next year the brothers attacked,
reinstated Lothar with his imperial title, and had Judith, the mother of Charles, sent off to a nunnery. By 831, Louis had regained his power, brought back his wife, and again dropped Lothar's titles, this time all of them, and refused him to return to court ever again without permission. That year Pepin revolted. In 832, Louis of Bavaria joined Pepin, and the Emperor Louis declaired Pepin deposed of all royal titles but he had no power to enforce this declairation, so Pepin continued to rule. In 833, the three again attacked with support from Louis's own generals and from Pope Gregory IV himself. They imprisoned their father and brother, and exiled Judith to Italy under watch of Lothar, and Louis and Pepin gained territory. The next year, however, Louis and Pepin released their father and brother, brought back his wife, and peace was made. In 835, Louis was re-crowned Emperor with great pomp. Pepin died in 838, and while Louis tried to have Charles crowned king in Aquitaine, the nobles crowned Pepin's son Pepin II. Neither had the authority to rule in the country. In 840, Louis the Pious died, and the three surviving brothers began a civil war for the division of the Empire. In 841, Charles and Louis of Bavaria ganged up on their brother Lothar, who had the support of Pepin II, who were defeated at Fontenay, France. In 842, Charles and Louis made a formal alliegance, and together put down a Saxon revolt that year and a revolt in Aquitaine under Pepin II. In 843, the Treaty of Verdun was made between the three brothers, by which Charles would rule the Western Frankish Kingdom (France), with Pepin's Aquitaine a subkindom under the ultimate authority of Charles, Lothar would rule the Middle Frankish Kingdom (Italy, Provence, and Lorraine) with the imperial title, and Louis would rule the Eastern Frankish Kingdom (Germany).

During his reign in France, Charles suffered the awesome attacks of the Danes, starting in 853. In 846, he ceded Brittany to its Breton inhabitants, and due to force he had to give to them the Breton March in 851 and Maine in 857. In 853 and 855, he was forced to allow Danish immigration into his kingdom. Another Danish army invaded in 856-9, destroying many French cities. In 858, Charles met with King Lothar II, who controlled the area near Denmark, to discuss a formal defense. Two years later, Louis the German invaded France on the invite of Pepin II and the Burgundian nobles, and Charles had so little authority that he couldn't even
raise an army. The clergy finally pushed him out. In 868, Lothar died, and Louis the German and Charles the Bald divided up Lotharingia between them, just as they had done on the death of Charles of Provence in 863. 865-6 saw more Danish invasions into France. In 866, Charles finally bribed them to leave, and the East Frankish noble Hugh was made Duke to fight off the Norse. In 875, Emperor Louis II, died and on Christmas Day Pope John VIII crowned Charles Emperor in Rome. Two years later, Charles died and the French throne went to his son Louis II.

  _CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"___+
  | (0676 - 0741)
  _PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks_|
  | (0715 - 0768) m 0740 |
  | |_ROTRUDE of Alemania___________+
  | (0690 - 0724)
 _CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West_|
| (0742 - 0814) m 0771 |
| | _CHARIBERT de LAON of Laon_____+
| | | (0690 - 0747)
| |_BERTRADA "Broadfoot" de LAON of The Franks_______|
| (0720 - 0783) m 0740 |
| |_BERTRADA MÉROVINGIENS of Laon_+
| (0690 - ....)
|
|--LOUIS I "The Pious" de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The West
| (0778 - 0840)
| _GEROLD of Mayence_____________
| | (0690 - ....)
| _GEROLD Duke of Swabia I__________________________|
| | (0726 - 0779) |
| | |_______________________________
| |
|_HILDEGARDE of Swabia of The West_________________________|
  (0758 - 0783) m 0771 |
  | _HNABI Duke of Alamanni________+
  | | (0697 - 0724)
  |_EMMA of Alamannia of Swabia______________________|
  (0720 - 0790) |
  |_______________________________
 
 
34. Emperor CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West
2 Apr 0742 - 28 Jan 0814
ID Number: I3051

 TITLE: Emperor
[S2159]
 OCCUPATION: Emperor Of West; KING OF FRANCE; Reigned 43 Yrs From 0768
 RESIDENCE: ROME & FRANCE
 BIRTH: 2 Apr 0742, Aix-La-Chapelle Or Aachen
 DEATH: 28 Jan 0814, Aix-La-Chapelle Or Aachen
 RESOURCES: See: (LDS) [S11] [S137] [S414] [S443] [S590] [S759] [S1114] [S1115]
Father: PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks
Mother: BERTRADA "Broadfoot" de LAON of The Franks

Family 1 : HIMILTRUDE
1. +ALPAIS de AQUITAINE
Family 2 : HILDEGARDE of Swabia of The West
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0771, Aix-la-Chapelle, Aachen, Germany
1. +PEPIN I (Carloman) of Lombardy of Italy
2. CHARLES "The Younger" of Neustria
3. ADELAIDE of The Holy Roman Empire
4. ROHTRUD of The Holy Roman Empire
5. LOTHAR
6. +LOUIS I "The Pious" de AQUITAINE CAROLINGIENS of The West
7. +BERTHA of the Holy Roman Empire
8. GISELA
9. HILDEGARD
Notes

1st Emporer in 300 years-created a struggle between church and state. In addition the crowning of Charlemagne by Pope Leo caused resentment by Constantinople Byantines who believed only one Emporer should rule in the world at any one time.
Roi des Franc (768-814), Empereur d'Occident (800-814)

CHARLES THE GREAT, or in latin CAROLUS MAGNUS was not only a great warrior but was interested in spreading culture and education in his empire. He was an eloquent speaker and of impressive size, some historians say over seven feet tall. Roi des Francs 768-800, empereur 800-814. He was wed at least five times. 1st to HIMILTRUDE, a Frankish noblewoan and mother of his first son, PEPIN the HUNCHBACK; 2nd to the daughter of DESIDERIUS, KING OF LOMBARDY, but soon sent her back to her father. His 3rd wife, HILDEGARDE OF SWABIA, was the mother of his sons, CHARLES, CAROLMAN (changed to PEPIN) and LOUIS. After her death he married 4th FASTRADA and when she died, 5th LIUTGARD.

CHARLES passed over his 1st son because of the deformity. When PEPIN THE HUNCHBACK rebelled he was sent to a monastery. (Conflict as to 1st son-see)

He died at the age of 72 and had reigned for 46 years; he survived all his sons except LOUIS, who later became known as LOUIS THE PIOUS and who succeeded him as Emperor.

Charles The Great or Charlemagne b 2 Apr 742, Aix-la-Chapelle or Aachen 28 Jan 814, Aix-la-Chapelle or Aachen

Family 1: Hildegard oo 771; Family 2: Himiltrud oo c. 768 CONFLICT: 1.Pepin (The Hunchback); Family 3: Desiderata oo 770; Family 4: Fastrada oo 783 1.Theodrada; Family 5: Liutgard oo C. 796; Family 6: Madelgard 1.Ruothild; Family 7: Gersvind; Family 8: Regina 1.Drogo and 2.Hugh; Family 9: Adalind 1.Theodoric 2.Richbod

"Charlemagne (Charles I), King of the Franks and Roman Emperor, b 2 April 742, probably at Aix-La-Chapelle; after his father's death, in 768, reigned over the Franks jointly with his brother Carolman until the death of the latter, in 772; from that time, sole ruler during a reign of forty-three years, he carried on incessant wars on all his borders, extending his domains and at the same time spreading Christianity, subduing rebellions and building up the vast dominions over which he was crowned a successor of the Roman Caesars by Pope Leo III in 800.

In 772 he began a thirty year war with the determined Saxons, after the successful opening of which Charlemagne was called to the assistance of Pope Hadrian I against Desiderius, King of the Lombards, who had demanded the banning of Charlemagne and the coronation of the sons of Carloman because the former had put away the daughter of Desiderius on account of sterility ( Desideria) and m. the Swabian Princess Hildegard of Savoy.

Charlemagne marched two armies over the Alps and conquered Lombardy in 771; returned and beat the Saxons again and hastened into Spain in 778, to help the Arabian rulers of the country against the Osman Caliph of Cordova. It was in this war the the hero of romance, Roland, fell in the pass of Roncesvalles.

The extensive domain of Charlemagne was only rendered secure by ceaseless vigilance and warfare. In 799 the Romans revolted against Pope Leo III, and were again brought into subjection by Charlemagne, who, in return, while he was praying on the steps of St. Peter's Church, was crowned by Leo with the iron crown of the Western Empire, unexpectedly to him, as he pretended, on Christmas Day 800.

Charlemagne laid the foundation of his empire securely. he was sagacious, energetic and vigilant as a ruler and commander alike. he watched over and fostered agriculture, trade, arts and letters with untiring zeal, clearing away forests, draining swamps, founding monasteries and schools, building up cities, constructing splendid palaces, as at Aix, Worms, and Ingelheim, and drawing to his court scholars and poets from all nations, as Alouin, Paulus, Diaconus, and Turpin. He was himself proficient in science, as well as all hardy accomplishments, speaking Latin and knowing Greek. He was tall and stately, measuring seven feet of his own foot-lengths, simple in his life, "excelling all men of the time, to all alike dread and beloved, by all alike admired", according to the historian Nithard, His fame spread through all the land. The Caliph Haroun-al-Rashid sent an embassy to the Court of Charlemagne with gifts in token of good will.

He had three sons; Pepin, Charles, and Louis. In 813 he associated his only surviving son, Louis Le Debonnaire, with himself in the empire. He d. at Aix-La Chapelle January 28, 814, and was succeeded by his son Louis. his descendants are called Carlovingians."

Charlemagne Emperor of the West, King of Franks, Born: 2 APR 742, Ingolheim Acceded: 768 Died: 28 JAN 814, Aachen. aka Charles the Great. Had two more mistresses:
Adalind, son Theodric (807-818) a cleric. unknown, son Richbod (800-844) abbott of St-Riquier. King of the Lombards 774. Holy Roman Emperor.

Married CIR 768 to Himiltude: Child 1: Pepin the Hunchback, Monk at Prüm. Born: CIR 769 Acceded: AFT 792 Died: 811

Married 770 ANNULMENT 771 to Desideria

Married 771, Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen) to Hildegarde of Vinzgau
Child 2: Pepin I of Italy, King of Italy, b. APR 773
Child 3: Charles the younger, Duke of Ingelheim, b. 772
Child 4: Louis I the Pious of Aquitaine, King of France, b. AUG 778
Child 5: Bertha, b. 779
Child 6: Rotrud, b. CIR 755
Child 7: Adelaide, b. 773
Child 8: Lothar, b. 778
Child 9: Gisela
Child 10: Hildegard

Married 783 to Fastrada
Child 11: Theodrada of Argenteuil, Abbess of Argenteuil
Child 12: Hiltrude

Married 794 to Luitgard

Associated with Madelgard
Child 13: Ruothild of Faremoutiers, Abbess of Faremoutiers

Associated with Gersvind
Child 14: Adaltrude

Associated with Regina
Child 15: Drogo of Metz, Bishop of Metz, b. 801
Child 16: Hugh of St. Quentin, Abott of St. Quentin, b. 802

[S414] [S11] [S414] [S443]
________________________________________
  _PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi_+
  | (0635 - 0714)
  _CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"___|
  | (0676 - 0741) |
  | |_ALPAIDA (CHALPAIDA ) of Heristal______
  | (0654 - ....)
 _PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks_|
| (0715 - 0768) m 0740 |
| | _LEUTWINUS Saint of Treves_____________+
| | | (0660 - 0713)
| |_ROTRUDE of Alemania___________|
| (0690 - 0724) |
| |_Daughter of Chrodobert or Rodobertus__+
| (0660 - ....)
|
|--CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West
| (0742 - 0814)
| _MARTIN of Laon________________________+
| | (0660 - ....)
| _CHARIBERT de LAON of Laon_____|
| | (0690 - 0747) |
| | |_BERTRADA Or BERTHA of Laon____________
| | (0670 - ....)
|_BERTRADA "Broadfoot" de LAON of The Franks_______|
  (0720 - 0783) m 0740 |
  | _THIERRY III MÉROVINGIENS _____________+
  | | (0654 - 0691)
  |_BERTRADA MÉROVINGIENS of Laon_|
  (0690 - ....) |
  |_CROTILDE CONJOINT ____________________
  (0650 - ....)
 
33. King PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIANS of The Franks
ABT 0715 - 24 Sep 0768
ID Number: I3052

 TITLE: King
[S2159]
 RESIDENCE: Of, Lorraine, France
 BIRTH: ABT 0715, Frank Kingdom Of Austrasia
 DEATH: 24 Sep 0768, St. Denis, France
 RESOURCES: See: (LDS) [S11] [S137] [S414] [S590] [S759] [S1114] [S1115]
Father: CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"
Mother: ROTRUDE of Alemania

Family 1 : BERTRADA "Broadfoot" de LAON of The Franks
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0740
1. +CHARLEMAGNE "Charles The Great" CAROLINGIENS of The West
2. CARLOMAN of Franks
Notes

aka: Pepin "The Younger"; Pipin le Bref, Roi des Francs 751-768. Pepin_III c. 715, Austrasia d. 24 Sep 768. Father: Charles Martel; Mother: Chrotrud or Rotrou
Family 1: Bertrada "Broadfoot" of Laon oo C. 740
1.Charles The Great or Charlemagne
2.Carloman d. abt 771
3.Gisela

"Pepin Le Bref, b in 714, m. Lady Bertha, daughter of Charibert, Count de Leon.
(Another account says she was daughter of a son of one of the Eastern emperors).
He became in 741 Major Domus of Neustrasia and Burgundy under Childeric III, a Faineant, and in 747 succeeded his brother Carolman as Major Domus of Austrasia and the Rhine country, including Thuringia and Swabia. In 749 he defeated the Bavarians and in 752 was crowned King of the Franks by St. Boniface by authority of Pope Zachary; conquered Septimania from the Saracens 752-760; was again crowned by Pope Stephen III, 754. Broke the power of the Ravenna and the Pentapolis to the Holy See, the origin of the temporal power of the Popes; overcame the Saxons 757; took Marbonne from the Saracens 759; waged a stubborn war with Guifar, Duke of Aquitainia, 760-768; and in the latter year procured the assassination of his valorous enemy. Died September, 768. His title Le Bref (the "Short") was given on account of his small stature. He first established Parliaments in France 18 January, 757."
*******************************************
Pepin III "The Short" of the Franks, King of Franks; Born: 715 Acceded: 751 Died: 24 SEP 768, St. Denis; Father: Martel, Charles, "The Hammer" of Franks, King of Franks, b. 676
Mother: Chrotrud; Married 740 to Bertrada II of Laon.
Child 1: Charlemagne Emperor of the West, King of Franks, b. 2 APR 742
Child 2: Carloman of the Franks, King of Franks, b. ABT 751
Child 3: Gisela of Chelles, Abbess of Chelles
Child 4: Pippin [S443]
________________________________________
  _ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon_+
  | (0602 - 0685)
  _PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi_|
  | (0635 - 0714) |
  | |_BEGGA (BEQQUE) von HERISTAL of Laon_____+
  | (0613 - 0698)
 _CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"_|
| (0676 - 0741) |
| | _________________________________________
| | |
| |_ALPAIDA (CHALPAIDA ) of Heristal______|
| (0654 - ....) |
| |_________________________________________
|
|
|--PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks
| (0715 - 0768)
| _GUERIN I of Warinus_____________________+
| | (0630 - 0677)
| _LEUTWINUS Saint of Treves_____________|
| | (0660 - 0713) |
| | |_GUNZA Or KUNZA__________________________
| | (0630 - ....)
|_ROTRUDE of Alemania_________|
  (0690 - 0724) |
  | _CHRODOBERT II of Palatine_______________+
  | | (0630 - 0678)
  |_Daughter of Chrodobert or Rodobertus__|
  (0660 - ....) |
  |_DODA____________________________________
  (0630 - ....)
 
32. CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"
ABT 0676 - 22 Oct 0741
ID Number: I3055

 OCCUPATION: Mayor Of the Palace in Austrasia
 RESIDENCE: Beligum & France; Of,Lorraine, France
 BIRTH: ABT 0676, Heristal, Liege (Belgium)
 DEATH: 22 Oct 0741, Quirzy, Aisne, France
 RESOURCES: See: (LDS) [S11] [S137] [S414] [S759] [S1114] [S1115] [S1158]
Father: PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi
Mother: ALPAIDA (CHALPAIDA ) of Heristal

Family 1 : ROTRUDE of Alemania
1. +PEPIN III "The Short" CAROLINGIENS of The Franks
2. +ALDA of Austrasia
3. +ROTRUDE of Austrasia
Family 2 : ROTHAIS
1. +BERNARD
Family 3 : SUNNICHILD of Bavaria
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0725

Notes

Duc des Francs 717-741. Charles Martel c. 676, Heristal, Liege (Belgium) d. 22 Oct 741, Quirzy, Aisne, France. Father: Pepin of Heristal or Pepin_II; Mother: Chalpaida or Alpaida
Family 1: Chrotrud or Rotrou
1.Pepin_III (The_Short)
Family 2: Sunnichild
1.Grifo
2.Chiltrud

"Charles Martel, King of the Franks, b A.D. 690; m. Lady Bothrude. He succeeded his father as Mayor of the Palace in 714, and obtained royal power while Chilperic was the nominal King. he gained near Poitiers, in 732, a most important victory over a large army of Saracens who had invaded the Kingdom. This is known as the Battle of Tours and is regarded as one the decisive battles of the world's history. For this victory he was surnamed MARTEL (i.e., the Hammer). He d. in 741, at Quierzy-Sur-Oise, and was succeeded by his son."
*****************************************
Martel, Charles, "The Hammer" of Franks, King of Franks
Born: 676 Died: 22 OCT 741, Ciersy
Father: d'Heristal, Pepin II of Austrasia, Duke of Austrasia; Mother: Elphide (Chalpaida)
Married to Chrotrud
Child 1: Jerome
Child 2: Carloman
Child 3: Pepin III "The Short" of the Franks, King of Franks, b. 715
Married 725 to Sunnichild
Child 4: Grifo
Child 5: Chiltrud

Weis" "Ancestral Roots. . ." (50:11), (190:11), (191:11). In 732, he defeated the Saracens at the Battle of Tours, ensuring that Europe would develope as a Christian, rather than an Islamic, continent. This was one of the most important battles faught in all the history of mankind.
Family 1: Rotrude
Carloman
Pepin_III
Hiltrude*
Landrada of_Austrasia
Alda of_Austrasia

Family 2: Rothais
Bernard

Family 3: Swanhild* Marriage: 725

Family 4: Marriage: NOT MARRIED
Hieronymus

[S443] [S1158]
________________________________________
  _ARNULF of Metz__________________________________+
  | (0582 - 0641) m 0611
  _ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon_|
  | (0602 - 0685) |
  | |_DODA of Metz____________________________________
  | (0580 - ....) m 0611
 _PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi_|
| (0635 - 0714) |
| | _PIPEN "The Elder" de LANDIS 1st Duke of Brabant_
| | | (0580 - 0639)
| |_BEGGA (BEQQUE) von HERISTAL of Laon_____|
| (0613 - 0698) |
| |_ITTA (ITTE,ITHA, IDA) of Mentz__________________+
| (0592 - 0652)
|
|--CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"
| (0676 - 0741)
| _________________________________________________
| |
| _________________________________________|
| | |
| | |_________________________________________________
| |
|_ALPAIDA (CHALPAIDA ) of Heristal______|
  (0654 - ....) |
  | _________________________________________________
  | |
32. PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi
ABT 0635 - 16 Dec 0714
ID Number: I14824

 OCCUPATION: Mayor Of the Palace
 RESIDENCE: BELGIUM (Frank Kingdom Of Austrasia)
 BIRTH: ABT 0635, Heristal, Liege (Belgium)
 DEATH: 16 Dec 0714, Jupile On The Muse
 RESOURCES: See: (LDS) [S414] [S759] [S1114] [S1115]
Father: ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon
Mother: BEGGA (BEQQUE) von HERISTAL of Laon

Family 1 : ALPAIDA (CHALPAIDA ) of Heristal
1. +CHARLES MARTEL "The Hammer"
2. CHILDEBRAND of Heristal
3. +CARIBERT Hardrad de LAON Comte de Laon
Notes

Pipin d'Herstal, Maire du Palais 688/90-714. m. Alpaide
Pepin of Heristal or Pepin_II c. 635, Heristal, Liege (Belgium) d. 16 Dec 714, Jupile on the Muse. Father: Ansegisel; Mother: St. Begga.

"Pepin of Heristal, or Crassus, founder of Carlovingian line of Frankish Kings, became Duke of Austrasian Franks 680, Duke of Brabant 685, Major Domus in the time of Theodoric III, Clovis III and Childebert III, Kings of France. In 687, in battle of Sestri, conquered Burgundy and Neustria. He d. 16 Dec 714."

Married to Plectrud
Child 1: Drogo of Champagne, Duke of Champagne
Child 2: Grimoald II of Austrasia, Mayor of Austrasia

Married to Elphide (Chalpaida)
Child 3: Martel, Charles, "The Hammer" of Franks, King of Franks, b. 676
Child 4: Childebrand

Pepin of Hiristal, son of Ansigise and Begga, was born in 631. He was Mayor of the Palace in Austrasia under Clovis III. He married Chrotrude, and died December 16th, 714. Pepin inherited the whole of tile family estates, and held the ancestral office of Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia from 688 until his death. By his wife, Chrotrude, lie had four children, the eldest being Charles Martel, born in 690.

  _BODIGISEL II of Carthage_____+
  | (0562 - 0588)
  _ARNULF of Metz__________________________________|
  | (0582 - 0641) m 0611 |
  | |_ODA de SAVOY of Carthage_____
  |
 _ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon_|
| (0602 - 0685) |
| | ______________________________
| | |
| |_DODA of Metz____________________________________|
| (0580 - ....) m 0611 |
| |______________________________
|
|
|--PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi
| (0635 - 0714)
| ______________________________
| |
| _PIPEN "The Elder" de LANDIS 1st Duke of Brabant_|
| | (0580 - 0639) |
| | |______________________________
| |
|_BEGGA (BEQQUE) von HERISTAL of Laon_____|
  (0613 - 0698) |
  | _ARNOALDUS Markgrave of Mentz_+
  | | (0560 - 0601)
  |_ITTA (ITTE,ITHA, IDA) of Mentz__________________|
  (0592 - 0652) |
  |_ODA of Swabia________________
  (0570 - ....)
31. Count ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon
0602 - 0685
ID Number: I14811

 TITLE: Count
 OCCUPATION: Major Domus Of King Childeric II
 RESIDENCE: Laon & Duke Of Brabant & Of, Lorraine, France
 BIRTH: 0602
 DEATH: 0685
 RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT Notes [S414] [S445] [S1015] [S1114] [S1115]
Father: ARNULF of Metz
Mother: DODA of Metz

Family 1 : BEGGA (BEQQUE) von HERISTAL of Laon
1. +MARTIN of Laon
2. +PEPIN II d' HERISTAL Duke of Austrasi
Notes

"Anchises, or Andecisus, Markgrave of the Schelde and in his wife's right Duke of Bradant after his brother-in-law Grimoaldus 658, was also Major Domus of King Childeric II, and was slain 685. wife Begga, heiress of Brabant, 658-698, daughter of Pipin de Landis, the first Duke or Count or Lord of Brabant, A.D. 615, d. 647, reigned 32, and his wife Itta, (Itha, or Ida), daughter of Arnoaldus, Markgrave of the Schelde (see ante)."

Anchises (Ansegisel) Died: 629, while hunting. Some sources say 640. The Calendar of Saints says 692. Father: Arnold (St. Arnulf) of Metz, Bishop of Metz Married to Doda (St. Begga)
Child 1: d'Heristal, Pepin II of Austrasia, Duke of Austrasia

LDS
Ansigise (Mayor o/t Palace) BIRTH: Abt 605, Of Lorraine, France DEATH: 678 TITLE: Mayor o/t Palace; Father: Arnoul Mother: Dode
Family 1: Beqque
Child: Pepin D'HERISTAL

  _ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre_+
  | (0535 - ....)
  _BODIGISEL II of Carthage_|
  | (0562 - 0588) |
  | |_________________________
  |
 _ARNULF of Metz______|
| (0582 - 0641) m 0611|
| | _________________________
| | |
| |_ODA de SAVOY of Carthage_|
| |
| |_________________________
|
|
|--ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon
| (0602 - 0685)
| _________________________
| |
| __________________________|
| | |
| | |_________________________
| |
|_DODA of Metz________|
  (0580 - ....) m 0611|
 
30. Saint ARNULF of Metz
0582 - 18 Jul 0641
ID Number: I14813

 TITLE: Saint
 OCCUPATION: Bishop Of Metz - Feast Day, 19 August
 RESIDENCE: Metz & Remiremont
 BIRTH: 0582, Near Nancy
 DEATH: 18 Jul 0641, Near Remiremont
 RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT Notes [S414] [S1114] [S1115]
Father: BODIGISEL II of Carthage
Mother: ODA de SAVOY of Carthage

Family 1 : DODA of Metz
 MARRIAGE: ABT 0611
1. +ANSEGISEL (Anchises, Andecisus) of Laon
Notes

SEE CONFLICT BELOW: Arnulf of Metz b, 582, near Nancy d. 18 July 641, near Remiremont, Feast day, 19 August. This Arnulf (Arnoul) passed his earlier life at the court of Theodebert II, King of Austrasia; through the marriage of his elder son with a daughter of Pepin of Landen (St. Begga), he became an ancestor of the Carolingian dynasty. At the age of thirty, he wanted to retire from public life, but instead in 614 he was chosen Bishop of Metz, though still a layman. He continued to act as adviser to King Chlotar II, whom he had helped to the Frankish throne, and was tutor to his son Dagobert. Arnulf made further attempts to resign his offices, but it was not till 629 that he was able to retire to the Vosges mountains. Here his friend St. Romaric had preceded him and begun the monastic community at Habend that was later called Remiremont. St. Arnulf settled near by, and lived there till his death twelve years later.

The Avenel Dictionary of the Saints, Donald Attwater (New York; Avenel Books, 1965)
mytical: Father: Bodigisel II; mytical: Mother: Oda de Savoy

"St. Arnolph, the first Major Domus of Clothary II, after his wife's death was Bishop of Mentz, d. a hermit 641, and afterwards canonized. he is the common patriarch of the Carolingian and Capetian Kings. Wife Dodo, a Saxon Lady, their son, Anchises, or Andecisus."

Arnold (St. Arnulf) of Metz, Bishop of Metz Died: 16 AUG 641. See Europäisch Stammtafeln Bund I tafel 2.
Child 1: Anchises (Ansegisel)
Child 2: Chlodulf
Child 3: Martin

LDS: Arnoul (Bishop of Metz); BIRTH: Abt 582, Of Metz,Lorraine,France; DEATH: 16 AUG 640; TITLE: Bishop of Metz; Father: Arnouldus
Family 1: Dode +Ansigise
Arnouldus
Father: Ausbert
Family 1:+Arnoul

Ausbert
Father: Wambert
Family 1: Arnouldus

Wambert
Father: Adelbert
Family 1: +Ausbert

Adelbert DEATH: 491
Father: Clodius
Family 1: +Wambert

Clodius
Father: Dagobert
Family 1: +Adelbert

Dagobert
Father: Genebald
Family 1: +Clodius

Genebald
Father: Dagobert
Family 1: +Dagobert

Dagobert
Father: Walter
Family 1: +Genebald

Walter
Father: Clodius
Family 1: +Dagobert

Clodius
Father: Bartherus
Family 1: +Walter

Bartherus
Father: Hilderic
Family 1: +Clodius

Hilderic
Father: Sunno
Family 1: +Bartherus

Sunno
Father: Farabert
Family 1: +Hilderic

Farabert
Father: Clodomir
Family 1: +Sunno

Clodomir
Father: Marcomir
Family 1: +Farabert

Marcomir
Father: Odomir
Family 1: +Clodomir

Odomir
Father: Richemer
Family 1: +Marcomir

Richemer
Father: Ratherius
Family 1: +Odomir

Ratherius
Father: Antenor
Family 1: +Richemer

Antenor
Father: Clodomir
Family 1: +Ratherius

Clodomir
Father: Marcomir
Family 1: +Antenor

Marcomir
Father: Clodius
Family 1:+Clodomir

Clodius
Father: Francus
Family 1:+Marcomir

Francus (King of W Franks)
TITLE: King of W Franks
Father: Antharius
Family 1:+Clodius

Antharius
Father: Cassander
Family 1:+Francus

Cassander
Father: Merodochus
Family 1:+Antharius

Merodochus
Father: Clodomir
Family 1:+Cassander

Clodomir
Father: Antenor
Family 1:+Merodochus

Antenor
Father: Clodius
Family 1:+Clodomir

Clodius
Father: Marcomir
Family 1:+Antenor

Marcomir
Father: Nicanor
Family 1:+Clodius

Nicanor
Father: Clodomir
Family 1:+Marcomir

Clodomir
Father: Bassanus
Family 1:+Nicanor

Bassanus
Father: Diocles
Family 1:+Clodomir

Diocles
Father: Helenus
Family 1:+Bassanus

Helenus
Father: Priam
Family 1:+Diocles

Priam
Father: Antenor
Family 1:+Helenus

Antenor
Father: Marcomir
Family 1:+Priam

on back to Isaac
Father: Abraham
Mother: Sarah
Family 1: Rebekah +Jacob (Israel)

Abraham
Father: Terah

Family 1: Sarah +Isaac
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_Nahor _
_Terah _|
| |________
|
|--Abraham
|
CONFLICT:
1.Charlemagne

2.Pepin the younger
3.Bertrada/Berta the Younger/Berta of Laon

4.Charles Martell
5.Chrotrud

6.Heribert/Caribert, Count of Laon

8.Pepin
9.Chalpaida/Alpais

12.NN
13.Berta the Elder, on 23 June 721 (with her son 6) founded the first
convent/monastery at Pruem

16.Ansegisel
17.Begga

26.Hugobert, died 697/698 Seneschall in 693, 694; Pfalzgraf in 697
27.Irmina, died before 710 died as Abbess of Convent Oeren (Trier)

54.NN brother of a Dux Theotaris who owned property in Echternach and ca.682 made gifts to the monastery of Weissenburg i.E. and died before 706.
Sadly, I don't see any Merovingian links.
Best wishes
Leo van de Pas

This is what Settipani tells us in his "Les ancˆtres de Charlemagne". So if
Settipani is correct, Berthe de Prum is a Merovingian Princess.

1. Charlemagne, Roi des Francs 768-800, empereur 800-814.

2. Pepin le Bref, Roi des Francs 751-768.
3. Berthe de Laon, Reine 751-783.

4. Charles Martel, Duc des Francs 717-741.
5. Rotrude

6. Caribert Hardrad de Laon, Comte de Laon.
7. Gisele (?)

8. Pipin d'Herstal, Maire du Palais 688/90-714.
9. Alpaide

10. saint Lievin, eveque de Treves.
11. Willigarde

12. N.N.
13. Berthe de Prum

16. Ansegisel, domestique.
17. Begga, abbesse d'Andenne.

18. Childebrand, dignitaire.

20. Guerin, Comte de Paris 654-676.
21. Gunzie, soeur de Basin ‚eveque de Treves.

22. Theodon, Duc de Baviere 682/690-716.
23. Folchaide, Duchesse de Baviere.

24. Hugobert, s‚n‚chal 693, comte du Palais 697.
25. Irmine, abbesse d'Oeren.

26. Thierry III, Roi de Bourgogne (670 & 673), Roi de France (690-691).
27. Clothilde Dode, Reine des Francs, r‚gente 690/1 - 5 juin 692.

51. N.N.

52. Clovis II, Roi des Francs de Neustrie 640-657.

102. Dagobert I, Roi des Francs 629-639.
103. Ragentrude

104. Dagobert I, Roi des Francs 629-639.
105. Nantilde

The line from Settipani's book is:
1. Sigebert the lame, King of Cologne, dec. 508.
2. Chloderic the parricide, King of Cologne, dec. 509 (got his due).
3. Munderic, Austrasian Pretender, c. 532.
4. Mummolin, at Neustria, 566.
5. Bodogisel, ambassador to Byzantium, 589.
6. Arnulf, dec. 629.
All those people are historically attested. For the construction of the line, see C. Settipani, Les Ancˆtres de Charlemagne_, 1989.

There are two possible positions here: either (as Spencer said) you reject everything beyond Arnulf as unwarranted speculation or you carefully try to look for his ancestors, on the supposition that such a grand person couldn't be a _homus novus_. I take this latter viewpoint and accept Settipani's reconstruction - which he never tried to present as `established fact,' on the cintrary; he even rejects Arnulf as certain, for that! chico
 

  _MUNDERIC of Vitry___+
  | (0505 - ....)
  _ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre_|
  | (0535 - ....) |
  | |_ARTHEMIA?___________
  | (0500 - ....)
 _BODIGISEL II of Carthage_|
| (0562 - 0588) |
| | _____________________
| | |
| |_________________________|
| |
| |_____________________
|
|
|--ARNULF of Metz
| (0582 - 0641)
| _____________________
| |
| _________________________|
| | |
| | |_____________________
| |
|_ODA de SAVOY of Carthage_|
  |
  |
29. BODIGISEL II of Carthage
ABT 0562 - 0588
ID Number: I14815

 RESIDENCE: CARTHAGE
 BIRTH: ABT 0562
 DEATH: 0588, Carthage
 RESOURCES: See:CONFLICT [S414] [S1115]
Father: ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre

Family 1 : ODA de SAVOY of Carthage
1. +ARNULF of Metz
Notes

Bodogisel, ambassador to Byzantium, 589. CONFLICT: Is he real person?
Bodigisel II (Mythical Person) c. 562 588, Carthage; Father: Bishop of Tongres St. Gendolfus
Family 1: Oda de Savoy
1.speculative: Arnulf of Metz

"Arnoaldus, Markgrave of the Schelde, after his wife's death turned monk and went into the monastery of St. Martin in Villa Longa, which he himself had built, succeeded as Bishop of Mentz, d. 601; m. Oda, a Swabian lady, and had Itta (Itha, or Ida who m. Pipinus de Landis, the first Duke of Brabant, 615, Major Domus of clothary II, d. 647." [S1115] [S414]
________________________________________
  _CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne_+
  | (0475 - 0509)
  _MUNDERIC of Vitry___|
  | (0505 - ....) |
  | |______________________________________
  |
 _ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre_|
| (0535 - ....) |
| | ______________________________________
| | |
| |_ARTHEMIA?___________|
| (0500 - ....) |
| |______________________________________
|
|
|--BODIGISEL II of Carthage
| (0562 - 0588)
| ______________________________________
| |
| _____________________|
| | |
 
28. Bishop ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre
ABT 0535 - ____
ID Number: I14816

 TITLE: Bishop
 RESIDENCE: TONGRE
 BIRTH: ABT 0535
 RESOURCES: See: CONFLICT [S414] [S1115]
Father: MUNDERIC of Vitry
Mother: ARTHEMIA?

Family 1 :
1. +BODIGISEL II of Carthage
Notes

CONFLICT: Mummolin, at Neustria, 566. Saint, Bishop of Tongres Gendolfus c. 535
Father: Munderic of Vitry Mother: Arthemia?
Family 1:
1.Bodigisel II [S1115] [S414]
________________________________________
  _SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne_+
  | (0445 - 0509)
  _CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne_|
  | (0475 - 0509) |
  | |_________________________________
  |
 _MUNDERIC of Vitry___|
| (0505 - ....) |
| | _________________________________
| | |
| |______________________________________|
| |
| |_________________________________
|
|
|--ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre
| (0535 - ....)
| _________________________________
| |
| ______________________________________|
| | |
| | |_________________________________
| |
|_ARTHEMIA?___________|
  (0500 - ....) |
  | _________________________________
  | |
  |______________________________________|
  |
  |_________________________________
 
________________________________________
Sources
[S414]
[S1115]
[S1115]
[S414]
27. MUNDERIC of Vitry
ABT 0505 - ____
ID Number: I14817

 RESIDENCE: Vitry, FR
 OCCUPATION: Austrasian Pretender
 BIRTH: ABT 0505, Vitry-En-Perthois, France
 RESOURCES: See: [S414]
Father: CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne

Family 1 : ARTHEMIA?
1. +ST. GENDOLFUS of Tongre
Notes

Munderic, Austrasian Pretender, c. 532. Munderic of Vitry c. 505, Vitry-en-Perthois, France. Father: Cloderic the Paricide
Family 1: Arthemia?
1.Bishop of Tongres St. Gendolfus [S1115]

  _CHILDEBERT of Cologne_+
  | (.... - 0450)
  _SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne_|
  | (0445 - 0509) |
  | |_______________________
  |
 _CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne_|
| (0475 - 0509) |
| | _______________________
| | |
| |_________________________________|
| |
| |_______________________
|
|
|--MUNDERIC of Vitry
| (0505 - ....)
| _______________________
| |
 
26. King CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne – MEROVINGIAN KING
0475 - 0509
ID Number: I14818

 TITLE: King
 BIRTH: 0475
 DEATH: 0509
 RESOURCES: See: [S414] [S1115]
Father: SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne

Family 1 :
1. +MUNDERIC of Vitry
Notes

Chloderic the parricide, King of Cologne, dec. 509 (got his due). Cloderic the Paricide c. 475 - 509. Father: Sigisbert The Lame. Family 1: 1.Munderic of Vitry. [S1115] [S414]
________________________________________
  _CLOVIS "The Riparian" of Ripuarian Germans_
  | (.... - 0420)
  _CHILDEBERT of Cologne_|
  | (.... - 0450) |
  | |____________________________________________
  |
 _SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne_|
| (0445 - 0509) |
| | ____________________________________________
| | |
| |_______________________|
| |
| |____________________________________________
|
|
|--CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne
| (0475 - 0509)
| ____________________________________________
| |

25. King SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne – MEROVINGIAN KING
ABT 0445 - 0509
ID Number: I14819

 TITLE: King
 BIRTH: ABT 0445
 DEATH: 0509
 RESOURCES: See: [S414] [S1115]
Father: CHILDEBERT of Cologne

Family 1 :
1. +CLODERIC " The Parricide" of Cologne
Notes

Sigebert the lame, King of Cologne, dec. 508.
Sigisbert The Lame c. 445 - 509; Father: Childebert King of Cologne
Family 1: 1.Cloderic the Paricide [S1115] [S414]
________________________________________
  __
  |
  _CLOVIS "The Riparian" of Ripuarian Germans_|
  | (.... - 0420) |
  | |__
  |
 _CHILDEBERT of Cologne_|
| (.... - 0450) |
| | __
| | |
| |____________________________________________|
| |
| |__
|
|
|--SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne
| (0445 - 0509)
| __
| |
| ____________________________________________|
| | |
| | |__
| |
|_______________________|
  |
 
24. King CHILDEBERT of Cologne – MEROVINGIAN KING
____ - AFT 0450
ID Number: I14820

 TITLE: King
 RESIDENCE: COLOGNE
 DEATH: AFT 0450
 RESOURCES: See: [S414] [S1115]
Father: CLOVIS "The Riparian" of Ripuarian Germans

Family 1 :
1. +SIGISBERT "The Lame" of Cologne
Notes

Childebert King of Cologne d. after 450; Father: Clovis The Riparian
Family 1:
1.Sigisbert The Lame
mentioned in Gregory of Tours
________________________________________
  __
  |
  __|
  | |
  | |__
  |
 _CLOVIS "The Riparian" of Ripuarian Germans_|
| (.... - 0420) |
| | __
| | |
| |__|
| |
| |__
|
|
|--CHILDEBERT of Cologne
| (.... - 0450)
| __
| |
| __|
| | |
| | |__
| |
|____________________________________________|
  |
  | __
  | |
  |__|
  |
  |__
 
Family 1 :
1. +CHILDEBERT of Cologne
Notes

Weis give this Carolingian line, apparently based on the works of David Kelley: Clovis the Riprurian Clovis King of the Ripuarian Germans.
Clovis The Riparian d. after 420
Family 1:
1.Childebert King of Cologne [S414]
Sources
[S414]
[S414]
The Sicambrian Franks later lived in an area west of the River Danube and settled in Germania (named by the Romans after the Scythian 'genuine ones') and their centre was Cologne. It was from the time of King Meroveus, who was named Guardian of the Franks in 338,that this line became known as the Merovingians. These were the sorcerer kings who were noted for their esoteric knowledge and magical powers, which they inherited from the royal bloodline streams of secret groups and initiations. Francio, the founder of the Franks, claimed to be a descendant of Noah and his ancestors once resided in ancient Troy.

I think myself that the story of Noah is symbolic of the crossbreeding of bloodlines that survived the flood and afterwards returned the dove and the olive branch (Semiramis-Nimrod) to power. Descendents of Noah = human-Annunaki crossbreeds, or at least those who have interbred enough to maintain that genetic structure. The Sicambrian Franks named the French city of Troyes, where the Templars were officially formed, after their former home. They established the City of Paris in the 6trh century after they became known as the Merovingians and it was named after Prince Paris, the son of King Priam of Troy. It was the relationship between Prince Paris and Helen of Sparta which supposedly caused the Trojan War in which the Trojan Horse infiltration assured victory for the Spartans. Both the Trojans and the Spartans were offshoots of the same Aryan and Annunaki-Aryan peoples.

The Merovingians established the city of Paris on a major vortex point and used an underground chamber there for their rituals, including human sacrifice to the goddess Diana. Here, kings in dispute over property would settle the issue in combat. Meroveus, the founder of the Merovingian dynasty, followed the Pagan goddess cult of Diana, another symbol for Isis/Semiramis. This is not surprising because the centre for Diana worship was at Ephesus in Asia Minor, not far from the alleged site of Troy.

The location of the ancient underground chamber in Paris where the Merovingians worshipped and sacrificed to the goddess Diana is now called the Pont and Place de L'Alma and it is still, by design, an underground chamber. On the site today is a road tunnel and it was here that the car of Diana, Princess of Wales, crashed in the early morning of Sunday, August 31st 1997. Another offshoot of the Scythian-Sicambrian Franks-Merovingian bloodline emigrated from northern France and Belgium in the 12th century to become the famous 'Scottish' families and some of these were the ancestors of Diana, Princess of Wales.

The Merovingian king, Clovis, had the iris, or fleur-de-lis, as his royal emblem, a flower which grows wild in the Middle East. It is also known as a three-pronged lily and it was used to symbolise Nimrod or rather the Annunaki bloodline of Nimrod. In Latin it means small sword and it became the symbol of the royal bloodline of what is now France and this was because in ancient Sumer the Annunaki bloodline, as passed on through the female, was symbolised by a lily. Hence the main Annunaki gene carriers were given names like Lilith, Lili, Lilutu and Lillette. Another version is Lilibet or Elizabeth and this is why the present British Queen is called Elizabeth (El-lizard-birth) and was known to her family circle as Lilibet. She is a major Annunaki gene carrier who produced a major reptilian full-blood called Prince Charles. Both are shape-shifting reptilians, a fact that will be supported by later evidence. So is the Queen Mother, formerly Elizabeth (El-lizard-birth) Bowes-Lyon. The fleur-de-lis is an ancient symbol and also represents the twin phallic pillars of 'lily work', as described in Kings 7:22.

Today you will see the fleur-de-lis used around them, and in churches. It is, appropriately, on a public gate to the White House in Washington, another home of the bloodlines. The three-leafed shamrock in Ireland is likewise an ancient symbol of the bloodline and the word shamrock comes from the North African term: shamrukh. All these symbols relate to the three-horned depiction of Nimrod in Babylon and to other esoteric principles.

Other Merovingian symbols were the fish (Nimrod again), the lion (Leo, the Sun, authority), and the bee. Three hundred golden bees were found on the burial cloak of King Childeric I, the son of Meroveus, who died in the 5th century. Bees are an ancient symbol of the Love Goddess (Semiramis) and symbolised royalty in Egypt. They also focus on the Queen Bee, symbolic of Isis/Semiramis.

23. Clovis I, 'The_Great' Franks – MEROVINGIAN KING
b 0465, Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France
d 27 Nov 0511, Church Of Saint, , , France
bur Church Of Saint, , , France Pharamond King Of Franks
>
c 25 Dec 0496, Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France Clodius 'Long Haired', Franks
Argotta Queen Of France
>
Merovee King Of Franks
b 0395
| b 0415 Basina De Thuringia Franks
 
Childeric I King Franks
 d 0457 b 0398
|b 0436 |
|d 26 Nov 0481 Verica Queen Of Franks

| b 0419
Clovis I, 'The_Great' Franks
|Mrs-Clovis I, Concubine Franks-1 +

|m 0492
|, , , France |
Basina (Mrs-Childeric), Queen Franks, [Princess]

 b 0438 |
 d 0470

________________________________________
Notes
Clovis I king of the Franks, became the first powerful ruler of the Merovingian dynasty, the founders of the French state. In 481, when Clovis inherited the royal title, he was only one of several Frankish kings. Then, in 486, he defeated the last great Roman army in Gaul. In one campaign after another, he defeated the Alamanni, the Visigoths, and the Burgundians. By 507 he ruled over most of Gaul, western Germany, and the Low Countries of northwestern Europe.
Clovis was the first Germanic king to become an orthodox Christian. Most Germanic rulers either became Arian heretics or remained pagans. By his conversion to Christianity, Clovis won the support of his Catholic subjects, including the clergy.
Source: 'The World Book Encyclopedia', 1968, p Ci563, G150.
Place of death Church Of Saint Pierre,,, France Place of burial Church Of Saint Pierre,,, France
22. Childeric I King Franks
b 0436, , , Westphalia, Germany Marcomir Duke Of Franks
>
d 26 Nov 0481, Pharamond King Of Franks
Mrs-Marcomir, Duke Of Franks

Clodius 'Long Haired', Franks
b 0370 Genebald, Duke Of Franks

| b 0395 Argotta Queen Of France
Mrs-Genebald, Duke Of Franks

Merovee King Of Franks
 d 0447 b 0376
|b 0415 |
|d 0457 Basina De Thuringia Franks

| b 0398
Childeric I King Franks
|Basina (Mrs-Childeric), Queen Franks, [Princess]

|m 0465
|, , , Germany |
Verica Queen Of Franks

 b 0419 |
 

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Dogon - Shannon Dorey via Suppressed Histories Archives

In Day of the Fish I discuss the Jomon culture because of its association with the Merovingians. The ancestors of the Merovingians were said to be connected with Arcadia’s royal house and the Greek name Arcadia derives from Arkades, which means “People of the Bear.” Some of the Ainu people of Japan, who are descendants of the ancient Jomon, Mesolithic-Neolithic hunters and gatherers in about 14,000 to 300 BCE, are also “Descendants of the bear” (Kimun Kamui sanikiri).”
According to the ancient Greeks, a goddess named Eurynome had a temple in Arcadia in a spot difficult to access. The temple was only open once a year. The cult image of her showed a woman with a fish’s tail and the inhabitants of the region believed her to be Artemis. The Nummo were fish tailed beings and it is through the Dogon religion that we can connect the Japanese Jomon with the Greek culture of Arcadia. Japanese myths are likewise associated with the myths of Celtic Ireland involving an island of immortality that existed in an ocean somewhere near the two countries.
To the Japanese it existed in the Great Eastern Ocean and to the Celtic Irish it was in the Great Western Ocean. The fact that these countries are found on opposite ends of the globe might suggest that the body of water where these islands existed is where the Arctic is today. The name “Arctic comes from the ‘Greek ἀρκτικός (arktikos), near the bear, arctic, northern,’ and from the word ἄρκτος (arktos), meaning bear.” (Day of the Fish, p. 238)
The wide open round mouth, which appears on this dogu mask, is a very important symbol. Not only is it found on a carved anthropomorphic head of stone found in the New Grange tomb sanctuary of Knowth, Ireland dating to 3500-3200 BCE but it appears on a wood carving of the Master/Mistress of Speech from the Dogon religion. In the Dogon religion, the phases of the moon and the opening of the Mistress of Speech’s mouth were connected. The moon increased as she breathed while opening her mouth to “speak.” She made twelve “speeches” per year, representing all the “words” addressed to all the beings in the universe. When the moon was full, she benefited humans the most. The Dogon believed that on the day of the Nummos’ return to Earth their descent would be accompanied by a full moon. (p. 79-80, Day of the Fish) The reason that the full moon was so important was that it reflected sun light. A new moon was considered evil and was associated with humans losing their second sun and hence their immortality. This is because the moon was supposed to have been formed at the same time. (More on Day of theFish can be found at http://www.shannondorey.com/.

The origins and history of the Merovingian Dynasty—also known as the Dragon Dynasty in honor the great red dragon of of Revelation 12 and 13—are revealed in less available insider sources such as Gardner’s Realm of the Ring Lords and “Kenneth Grant and the Merovingian Mythos” published by DragonKey Press.

“...The ancient people of the Tuatha De Danann...were the supernatural tribe of the pre-Achaean agricultural goddess Danae of Argos, or perhaps of the Aegean mother-goddess, Danu. But their true name rendered in its older form was Tuadhe d’Anu. As such, they were the people (or tribe) of Anu, the great sky god of the Anunnaki.” (Gardner, Realm of the Ring Lords: The Myths and Magic of the Grail Quest)

“The Nephilim were banished to the center of the earth for disobeying God by mating with the daughters of men and teaching them the ‘forbidden’ arts. In this publication the Nephilim have been identified as the Fathers of the Merovingians...

“...the Merovingian race was sired by a water beast known as the Quinotaur. This Quinotaur took the form of a sea-bull. Crowley’s personal seal was of a sea goat. Grant, writing of Crowley’s Seal of the Beast, says: ‘The beast is the sea-goat or amphibious monster identical with Cthulhu, the Quinotaure or Bull of the Deep.’ Grant writes as a footnote; ‘The waters under the earth; home of the ‘ancestors’ or subconscious atavisms of the race.’ Is this a reference to the race of the Grail?” (“Kenneth Grant and the Merovingian Mythos”)

Merovingian claims of angelic ancestry may seem too bizarre to be true, however, as mentioned above, such a race of demonic origin is found in Scripture:

“And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose. And the LORD said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years. There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart. And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it repenteth me that I have made them. But Noah found grace in the eyes of the LORD.” - Gen. 6:1-7

The Hebrew word nephiyl is properly translated fallen ones and refers to the offspring of fallen angels who mated with human women on Mount Hermon in the land of Canaan. It may be that “after that” in Gen. 6:4 refers to a second invasion of fallen angels after the flood, which would explain why the Israelites found giants (Nephilim) in Canaan upon entry into the Promised Land: “And there we saw the Nephilim, the sons of Anak, who come of the Nephilim; and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight.'” (Num. 13:33, Hebrew Masoretic Text, Hebrew-English JPS 1917 Ed.)

“Some commentators have speculated that the Nephilim of Numbers 13 belonged to a second eruption of fallen angels, since the earlier Nephilim had been destroyed in the Flood. And they see an allusion to this in Genesis 6:4, where it states that ‘there were Nephilim in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men.’ Could it be that the ‘after that’ was a reference to the Nephilim found in Canaan during the Israelite entry into the land? If so, it could explain why the Lord commanded the total extermination of the Canaanites, as He had earlier ordered the near annihilation of the human race.” (“Sons of God, Daughters of Men”)

Sodom and Gomorrah were Canaanite settlements that practiced cult prostitution in conjunction with their fertility rites. Jude 7 suggests that the inhabitants of Sodom and Gomorrha were so depraved that fornication with angels was practiced, as the record of Genesis 19 also attests.

“And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day. Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.” (Jude 6-7)

“And there came two angels to Sodom at even; and Lot sat in the gate of Sodom: and Lot seeing them rose up to meet them; and he bowed himself with his face toward the ground; And he said, Behold now, my lords, turn in, I pray you, into your servant's house, and tarry all night, and wash your feet, and ye shall rise up early, and go on your ways. And they said, Nay; but we will abide in the street all night. And he pressed upon them greatly; and they turned in unto him, and entered into his house; and he made them a feast, and did bake unleavened bread, and they did eat. But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter: And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them.” (Gen. 19:1-5)

The Canaanite territory of northern Israel was later occupied by the tribe of Dan, whose worship of Baal/Pan involved such fertility rites at Mount Hermon, also called Mount Sion. The Merovingians are the offspring of the tribe of Dan which intermarried with the Canaanite Tuatha De Danann, also known as the Dragon Lords of Anu because they were the offspring of the fallen angels (Anunnaki).

“Through the work of Sir Laurence Gardener we discover that Sumaire in the old Irish language means Dragon. He writes: ‘It is also reckoned that the subsequent culture of the region, phonetically called Sumerian (pronounced ‘Shumerian’) was actually Sidhemurian (Shee-murian). This case is now considerable since the early Ring Lords of Scythia (the Tuatha De Danaan king tribe) were actually called the ‘Sumaire’.’

“During the days of the Biblical Great Exodus, a group separated from Moses and went to the North. This group was the Tribe of Dann. Millions went and settled in the European and Scandinavian areas. From there they spread out to other parts of the world... conquering the countries, spreading their Anunnaki seed and replacing the conquered people’s traditions with their own serpent culture.” (“The Tribe of Dann and the Lost Tribe of Israel”)

The Tribe of Dann said to have “separated from Moses" may have been among the mixed multitude that left Egypt with the Israelites (Exodus 12:38) and "fell a lusting" in Numbers 11:4. In these verses, the term “mixed multitude” may, in fact, describe the hybrid genetic composition of this group.

“The Nephilim were the fallen angels, cast out of heaven after rebelling against God. The word Nephal means, ‘to fall’ and means ‘the fallen one.’ Their leader was also a fallen Son of God, Lucifer (Satan). The Nephilim came from a class of angels called ‘the watchers’, and not all watchers fell. The souls derived from the union of the Nephilim and mortal women were called the ‘mixed multitude’...” (The Ark of Millions of Years, p. 333)

When God dispersed the northern tribes of Israel for their wickedness, the tribe of Dan migrated to Greece, and later to France and the British Isles where they established pagan priesthoods and royal dynasties of the demonic bloodline:

“The Tuatha De Danann (or Dragon Lords of Anu)...[before settling in Ireland (from about 800 B.C.)]...were the...Black Sea princes of Scythia (now Ukrane). Like the original dynastic Pharaohs, they traced their descent from the great Pendragons of Mesopotamia; from them sprang the kingly lines of the Irish Bruithnigh and the Picts of Scotland’s Caledonia. In Wales they founded the Royal House of Gwynedd, while in Cornwall in the southwest of England, they were the sacred gentry known as Pict-Sidhe.

“So, from a single caste of the original Blood Royal - whether known as the Sangréal, the Albi-gens or the Ring Lords - we discover many of the descriptive terms which sit at the very heart of popular folklore. For here, in this one noble race, we have the ‘elves’, ‘fairies’ and ‘pixies’ - not beguiling little folk, but distinguished Kings and Queens of the Dragon succession.” (Gardner, In the Realm of the Ring Lords, Pt. 1)

In ‘The Psalter of Cashel’ it states that: ‘The Tuatha de Danaan’ ruled in Ireland for about two centuries, and were highly skilled in architecture and other arts from their long residence in Greece.’ The Tuatha de Danaan were the descendants of Danaus, the son of Belus, who went with his fifty daughters to Argos, the home of his ancestrous Io. In Irish legends the Tuatha de Danaan, who were considered to be demi-gods,...were said to have possessed a... Grail-like vessel... These teachers of wisdom...were the founders of the Druidic priesthood.” (Van Buren, The Sign of the Dove, pp. 141-2)

The progenitors of the Tuatha De Danaan, the Dragon Lords of Anu (Anunnaki), still communicate with mankind, however, since the arrival and ascendance of Christianity, they must now resort to various disguises to camouflage their true identity. Among their myriad guises are apparitions of Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, gods and goddesses of ancient cultures, angels, dead saints or famous people, extraterrestrials — whatever life form is appropriate to obtain acceptance and a foothold in a given culture or subculture:

“Though communications between the space races and our own continued, they were severely curtailed and went underground... The DANAAN (a collective convention-name to avoid confusion), always jealous of their technology and secrets, were demonized by the various religions that guarded the traditions established by them long ago, since corrupted by man through ignorance.

“From active persecution by the Church of contactees between their race and ours in the Dark Ages, man progressed to the point that he dealt with the problem through ridicule or derision by Science instead, in time ascribing the space races to personifications of psychological projections (archetypes), bedtime fables, and sanitized surrogates such as fairies, the boogeyman and Santa Claus...

“When they interact with man, it is through their dreams and in riddles...and a variety of identical gods in all cultures, seeming to prefer inspiring from behind the scenes to any kind of direct communication. When overt contact is necessary, they assume the guise of the Virgin Mary, the Corn Mother, angels, kachinas, or whatever is appropriate for that culture. There is a strong circumstantial evidence for this race’s continual intervention on a number of levels in man’s development from the crudely physical to the artistic, scientific and esoteric.

“They cover their tracks with hypnosis and probably drugs or some other high technology, to cloud the memories of their visitants. Their rituals and ways of life derive from a worship of the harmony of nature and the mastery of the mind of man over it.

“There has never been a time in mans’ history that these people were absent and nothing occurring in today’s UFO and abduction phenomena has not been recorded throughout. The only difference today is that there is much more evidence of the encounters, and contact is becoming increasingly visible. They mythical record the world over speaks of is a Golden Age in which man and the gods (angels) freely and openly interacted, and all such records have prophesied that a time would come when a new Golden Age would occur, all former secrets being revealed.” (“History of the Red-Haired Race: Tuatha de Danaan”)

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