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   --- 1st Generation ---
    1. Batrix de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls from his
    personal genealogical research. The Number refers to the family branch
    numbers on his many scrolls, 70, 106). Married Name: de La Tour. Born:
    before 1280 in France, daughter of Henri II, Count de Rods and Mascarosse=Marguerite
    de Comminges. Married in 1295 in France: Bernard III de La Tour, son of
    Bertrand II de La Tour and Batrix, Dame d'Olliergues. Died: after 1303 in
    France.
      --- 2nd Generation ---
    2. Henri II, Count de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls).
    AKA: Henri II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil. AKA: Henri II, Count de Rodez(P.D.
    Abbott, Provinces, Pays and Seigneuries of France in ISBN: 0-9593773-0-1
    (Author at 266 Myrtleford, 3737, Australia: Priries Printers Pty. Ltd,
    Canberra A.C.T., Australia, November, 1981), Page 333). AKA: Henri II,
    Vicomte de Carlat(Abbott). Born: before 1245 in Guyenne, France, son of
    Hughes IV, Count de Rods and Ysabeau, Dame de Roquefeuil, Henri II is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old when he married for the first
    time. Married circa 1256 in France: Marquise de Baux, daughter of Barral,
    Sire de Baux and Sibylle d'Anduze. Married in 1270 in France: Mascarosse=Marguerite
    de Comminges, daughter of Bernard VI, Count de Comminges and Thrse N?;
    Mascarose was Henri II's second wife. Married in 1302 in France: Anne de
    Poitiers, daughter of Aymar IV de Poitiers and Marguerite de Genve; Henri
    was Anne's first husband and she was his third wife. Died: 1303 in France.
    3. Mascarosse=Marguerite de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106, 152). Born: before 1260 in Comminges, Haute-Garonne, Gascogne,
    France, daughter of Bernard VI, Count de Comminges and Thrse N?,
    Mascarosse is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married
    Henri II. Married in 1270 in France: Henri II, Count de Rods, son of Hughes
    IV, Count de Rods and Ysabeau, Dame de Roquefeuil; Mascarose was Henri II's
    second wife. Died: after 1291 Mascarosse's Testament is dated in the year
    1291
   --- 3rd Generation ---
    4. Hughes IV, Count de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    106, 183, 213). AKA: Hughes IV, Vicomte de Carlat(Abbott, Page 448). Born:
    before 1220 in Guyenne, France, son of Henri I, Count de Rods and Algayette
    de Scorailles, Hughes IV is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when
    he married Ysabeau. Married in 1230 in France: Ysabeau, Dame de Roquefeuil,
    daughter of Raimond II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil and Dauphine de Turenne.
    Died: 1274 in France(Abbott).
    5. Ysabeau, Dame de Roquefeuil(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    106, 183, 213). Married Name: de Rods. Born: before 1215 in Roquefeuil,
    Languedoc, France, daughter of Raimond II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil and
    Dauphine de Turenne, Ysabeau is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    when she married Hughes IV. Married in 1230 in France: Hughes IV, Count de
    Rods, son of Henri I, Count de Rods and Algayette de Scorailles. Died:
    after 1230.
    6. Bernard VI, Count de Comminges(Abbott, Page 348).
    Born: before 1241 in France, son of Bernard V, Count de Comminges and Ccile
    de Foix. Married on 26 Aug 1245 in France: Thrse N?. Died: after 20 Mar
    1295.
    7. Thrse N?. Married Name: de Comminges. Born:
    before 1235 in France Trse is presumed to have been at least 10 years old
    when she married Bernard VI. Married on 26 Aug 1245 in France: Bernard VI,
    Count de Comminges, son of Bernard V, Count de Comminges and Ccile de Foix.
    Died: after 1249.
   --- 4th Generation ---
    8. Henri I, Count de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 106,
    230) (Abbott, Page 333). AKA: Henri, Vicomte de Carlat(Abbott). Born: before
    1199 in Guyenne, France, son of Hughes III, Count de Rods and Bertrande
    d'Amalon. Married before 1212: Algayette de Scorailles, daughter of Guy II
    de Scorailles and Batrix N?; Henri I was alive in the year 1214. Died:
    circa 1227 Henry's Testament is dated in the year 1227.
    9. Algayette de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 106,
    183, 230). Born: before 1202 in France, daughter of Guy II de Scorailles and
    Batrix N?, Algayette is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when
    she married Henri I. Married before 1212: Henri I, Count de Rods, son of
    Hughes III, Count de Rods and Bertrande d'Amalon; Henri I was alive in the
    year 1214. Died: after 1254 Algayette was alive in the year 1254.
    10. Raimond II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125, 213). AKA: Raimond d'Anduse. Born: before 1198 in Roquefeuil,
    Languedoc, France, son of Raymond, Count de Roquefeuil and Guillemette de
    Montpellier, Raimond II was alive in the year 1209. Married before 1215 in
    France: Dauphine de Turenne, daughter of Boson III, Vicomte de Turenne and
    N? d'Auvergne. Died: after 1256 Raimond II and Dauphine were alive together
    in the year 1256 according to Andr Roux. Other sources claim Raimond died
    circa 1247.
    11. Dauphine de Turenne. Married Name: de Roquefeuil.
    Born: before 1200 in France, daughter of Boson III, Vicomte de Turenne and
    N? d'Auvergne, Dauphine is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time her daughter Ysabeau was born. Married before 1215 in France:
    Raimond II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil, son of Raymond, Count de Roquefeuil and
    Guillemette de Montpellier. Died: 1270 in France Dauphine and Raimond were
    alive together in the year 1256.
    12. Bernard V, Count de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Page 348). Born: before 1214 in Comminges, Haute-Garonne,
    Gascogne, France, son of Bernard IV, Count de Comminges and Contoure de La
    Barthe, Bernard is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when he
    married Ccile. Married circa 1224 in France: Ccile de Foix, daughter of
    Raymond-Roger, Count de Foix and Philippe de Moncade; Ccile was Bernard V's
    first wife. Died: 30 Nov 1241.
    13. Ccile de Foix(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 138, 152).
    Married Name: de Comminges. Born: between 1189 and 1214 in Foix, Arige,
    Foix, France, daughter of Raymond-Roger, Count de Foix and Philippe de
    Moncade, Ccile is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she
    married Bernard V. Married circa 1224 in France: Bernard V, Count de
    Comminges, son of Bernard IV, Count de Comminges and Contoure de La Barthe;
    Ccile was Bernard V's first wife. Died: after 1230 in Comminges, Haute-Garonne,
    Gascogne, France.
   --- 5th Generation ---
    16. Hughes III, Count de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    106, 183). AKA: Hughes II, Vicomte de Carlat Hughes II abdicated the
    Viscounty in 1195(Abbott, Page 448). Born: before 1152 in Guyenne, France,
    son of Hughes II, Count de Rods and Ermengarde de Creyssel, Hughes III was
    alive in the year 1156. Married before 1175 in Guyenne, France: Bertrande
    d'Amalon; Bertrande was Hughes III's second wife. Died: 1199 Hughes III
    abdicated the County in 1195(Abbott, Page 333).
    17. Bertrande d'Amalon(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 106).
    Married Name: de Rods. Born: before 1161 Bertrande is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time her son Hughes III, was born. Married
    before 1175 in Guyenne, France: Hughes III, Count de Rods, son of Hughes
    II, Count de Rods and Ermengarde de Creyssel; Bertrande was Hughes III's
    second wife. Died: after 1216 Bertrande was alive in the year 1216.
    18. Guy II de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 230).
    Born: before 1187 in France, son of Raoul II de Scorailles and Dauphine de
    Comborn, Guy II is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time
    his daughter Algayette was born. Married before 1202: Batrix N?. Died:
    1211.
    19. Batrix N?(ibid). Married Name: de Scorailles.
    Born: before 1187 Batrix is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time her daughter Algayette was born. Married before 1202: Guy II de
    Scorailles, son of Raoul II de Scorailles and Dauphine de Comborn.
    20. Raymond, Count de Roquefeuil(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts on the Genealogy Bulletin Board of the Prodigy
    Interactive Personal Service, was a member as of 5 April 1994, at which time
    he held the identification MPSE79A, until July, 1996. His main source was
    Europaseische Stammtafeln, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). AKA: Raymond,
    Vicomte de Cheyssels. Born: before 1158 in Roquefeuil, Languedoc, France,
    son of Bertrand, Sire d'Anduze and Adlade de Roquefeuil, Raymond is
    presumed to have been at least 11 years old when he married Guillemette.
    Married in 1169 in France: Guillemette de Montpellier, daughter of Guillaume
    VII, Duke de Montpellier and Mahaut=Mathilde de Bourgogne. Died: between
    1200 and 1204.
    21. Guillemette de Montpellier(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    126, 213). Married Name: de Roquefeuil. Born: before 1159, daughter of
    Guillaume VII, Duke de Montpellier and Mahaut=Mathilde de Bourgogne,
    Guillemette is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married
    Raymond. Married in 1169 in France: Raymond, Count de Roquefeuil, son of
    Bertrand, Sire d'Anduze and Adlade de Roquefeuil. Died: after 1170 in
    France.
    22. Boson III, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls). Born: before 1174 in France, son of Raimond II, Vicomte de Turenne
    and Hlis de Castelnau, Boson III is presumed to have been at least 18 years
    old by the time his daughter Marguerite was born.
    The same sources that assert that Raimond II died in
    1191, also insert a generation before this Boson III, and would have Raimond
    II have a son named Raimond III, Vicomte de Turenne who married one Hlie de
    Sverac and this son would be the father of Boson III rather than his
    brother. Married before 1192 in France: N? d'Auvergne. Died: 1209 in
    Flines-ls-Mortagne, Nord, Flandre-Occidentale, France, Boson III died with
    his father, Raimond II.
    23. N? d'Auvergne(Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994
    at 01:12 Hours). Married Name: de Turenne. Born: before 1174 in France She
    is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time her daughter
    Marguerite was born. Married before 1192 in France: Boson III, Vicomte de
    Turenne, son of Raimond II, Vicomte de Turenne and Hlis de Castelnau.
    24. Bernard IV, Count de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 85, 152) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:14 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 348). AKA: Bernard IV, Count de Bigorre. Born:
    before 1170 in France, son of Bernard III, Comte de Comminges and Laurence
    de Toulouse, Bernard IV was alive in the year 1187, and is presumed to have
    been at least 10 years old when he married ?tiennette=Stphanie. Married
    circa 1180 in France: Batrice IV, Comtesse de Bigorre, daughter of Centullo
    III, Count de Bigorre and Matelle de Baux. Divorced Batrice IV, Comtesse de
    Bigorre: between 1192 and 1194 in France. Married in 1195 in France:
    Contoure de La Barthe, daughter of Arnaud=Gilham I, Vicomte de La Barthe and
    N?; Contoure was Bernard IV's second wife. Married in 1197 in France: Marie,
    Dame de Montpellier, daughter of Guillaume VIII, Seigneur de Montpellier and
    Eudoxie Komnena; Bernard IV was Marie's second husband. Annulled he and
    Contoure de La Barthe: in 1197 in France. Divorced Marie, Dame de
    Montpellier: in 1201 in Italy. Married in Apr 1202 in France: Contoure de La
    Barthe, daughter of Arnaud=Gilham I, Vicomte de La Barthe and N?; Contoure
    married Bernard IV for the second time as his fourth wife. Died: 22 Feb
    1225.
    25. Contoure de La Barthe(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 152,
    243). Married Name: de Comminges. Born: before 1185 in Gascogne, France,
    daughter of Arnaud=Gilham I, Vicomte de La Barthe and N?, Contoure is
    presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married Bernard IV.
    Married in 1195 in France: Bernard IV, Count de Comminges, son of Bernard
    III, Comte de Comminges and Laurence de Toulouse; Contoure was Bernard IV's
    second wife. Annulled she and Bernard IV, Count de Comminges: in 1197 in
    France. Married in Apr 1202 in France: Bernard IV, Count de Comminges, son
    of Bernard III, Comte de Comminges and Laurence de Toulouse; Contoure
    married Bernard IV for the second time as his fourth wife.
    26. Raymond-Roger, Count de Foix(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 138) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:11 Hours.) (Abbott, Pages 482 - 483). Born: between 1152 and 1175 in Foix,
    Arige, Foix, France, son of Roger-Bernard I/II, Count de Foix and Ccile-Frrane
    de Bziers, Raymond-Roger is presumed to have been at least 14 years old
    when he married Philippe. Married in 1189: Philippe de Moncade. Died: 27 Mar
    1223 Some sources indicate that Raymond-Roger died in 1222.
    27. Philippe de Moncade(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 138).
    Married Name: de Foix. Born: before 1177 Philippe is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time her son Roger-Bernard II was born. Married
    in 1189: Raymond-Roger, Count de Foix, son of Roger-Bernard I/II, Count de
    Foix and Ccile-Frrane de Bziers.
    --- 6th Generation ---
    32. Hughes II, Count de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Abbott, Page 333). AKA: Hughes, Vicomte de Carlat(Abbott). Born: before
    1112 in Rods, Guyenne, France, son of Richard, Count de Rods and Adlade
    N?, Hughes II was alive in the year 1112. Married before 1142: Ermengarde de
    Creyssel. Died: circa 1154 Hughes II was alive in the year 1142(ibid).
    33. Ermengarde de Creyssel(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 106,
    183). Married Name: de Rods. Born: before 1125 in France. Married before
    1142: Hughes II, Count de Rods, son of Richard, Count de Rods and Adlade
    N?. Died: after 1196 Ermengarde was alive in the year 1196.
    36. Raoul II de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls).
    Born: before 1172 in Scorailles, Auvergne, France, son of Begon de
    Scorailles and Almodie de Castelnau-Bretenoux, Raoul II is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time his son Guy II was born. Married
    before 1187: Dauphine de Comborn, daughter of Archambaud V, Viscount de
    Comborn and Jourdaine de Prigord.
    37. Dauphine de Comborn(ibid). Married Name: de
    Scorailles. Died: Scorailles, Auvergne, France. Born: before 1172 in Comborn,
    Limousin, France, daughter of Archambaud V, Viscount de Comborn and
    Jourdaine de Prigord, Dauphine is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her son Guy II was born. Married before 1187: Raoul II de
    Scorailles, son of Begon de Scorailles and Almodie de Castelnau-Bretenoux.
    40. Bertrand, Sire d'Anduze(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). Born: before 1134 in
    France, son of Bernard IV/V, Sire d'Anduze and Sivila=Sibille, Vicomtesse de
    Narbonne, Bertrand is presumed to have been at least 15 years old when he
    married Adlade. Married in 1149 in Languedoc, France: Adlade de
    Roquefeuil; Bertrand married and then adopted the name Roquefeuil from his
    wife Adlade. Died: between 1169 and 1170.
    41. Adlade de Roquefeuil(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 213)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). Married Name: d'Anduze.
    Born: before 1139 in France Adlade is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when she married Bertrand. Married in 1149 in Languedoc, France:
    Bertrand, Sire d'Anduze, son of Bernard IV/V, Sire d'Anduze and Sivila=Sibille,
    Vicomtesse de Narbonne; Bertrand married and then adopted the name
    Roquefeuil from his wife Adlade. Died: after 1150.
    42. Guillaume VII, Duke de Montpellier(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 126) (Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners in ISBN:
    0-8063-1344-7 (1001 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA:
    Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1992), Page 110, Line 150-29). AKA:
    Guillaume VII, Duke de Montfrrier(Stuart). AKA: William VII, Lord de
    Tortosa. Born: circa 1130 in Hrault, Languedoc, France, son of Guillaume
    VI, Lord de Montpellier and Sibel de Savona. Married on 25 Feb 1157 in
    Montpellier, Hrault, Languedoc, France: Mahaut=Mathilde de Bourgogne,
    daughter of Hughes II Borel, Duke de Bourgogne and Mathilde, Countess de
    Turenne. Died: 1192 in France According to E.S. [via Paul Theroff] Guillaume
    VII is burried at the Abbey of Granselve and he died after May, 1173. Abbott
    states he died in 1192.
    43. Mahaut=Mathilde de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 126) (Stuart, Page 262, Line 377-29). Married Name: de
    Montpellier. Born: 1130 in France, daughter of Hughes II Borel, Duke de
    Bourgogne and Mathilde, Countess de Turenne. Married on 25 Feb 1157 in
    Montpellier, Hrault, Languedoc, France: Guillaume VII, Duke de Montpellier,
    son of Guillaume VI, Lord de Montpellier and Sibel de Savona. Died: 29 Sep
    1172(Stuart).
    44. Raimond II, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125) (Abbott, Page 438). Born: before 1139 in Turenne, Guyenne,
    France, son of Boson II, Vicomte de Turenne and Eustorgie d'Anduse, Raimond
    II is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his son
    Comtors was born. Married before 1157 in France: Hlis de Castelnau,
    daughter of Bernard de Castelnau and N?. Died: 1209 in Flines-ls-Mortagne,
    Nord, Flandre-Occidentale, France, Som sources assert that Raimond II was
    killed in 1191.
    45. Hlis de Castelnau(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125).
    Married Name: de Turenne. Born: before 1139 in France, daughter of Bernard
    de Castelnau and N?, Hlis is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by
    the time her son Comtors was born. Married before 1157 in France: Raimond
    II, Vicomte de Turenne, son of Boson II, Vicomte de Turenne and Eustorgie
    d'Anduse.
    48. Bernard III, Comte de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:14
    Hours). AKA: Dodon, Count de Comminges(Abbott, Page 348). Born: before 1145
    in Gascogne, France, son of Bernard I, Count de Comminges and Dias de Muret,
    Bernard III was alive in the year 1165. Married before 1169 in France:
    Laurence de Toulouse, daughter of Alfonse I Jourdain, Count de Toulouse and
    Faydide de Rods. Died: circa 1176.
    49. Laurence de Toulouse(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 85,
    152). Married Name: de Comminges. Born: before 1147 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne,
    Languedoc, France, daughter of Alfonse I Jourdain, Count de Toulouse and
    Faydide de Rods, Some sources assert that Laurence was an illegitimate
    daughter of Alphonse I Jourdain. Married before 1169 in France: Bernard III,
    Comte de Comminges, son of Bernard I, Count de Comminges and Dias de Muret.
    50. Arnaud=Gilham I, Vicomte de La Barthe(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls). Born: before 1180 in France, son of Auger, Count d'Aure and
    N?. Died: after 1180 Arnaud I was alive in the year 1180. Married before
    1185: N?.
    51. N?
    52. Roger-Bernard I/II, Count de Foix(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08
    Hours.) (Abbott, Page 482). Also Known As: Bernardo "El Gordo." Born: before
    1130 in Foix, Arige, Foix, France, son of Roger III, Count de Foix and
    Ximne de Barcelone, Roger-Bernard I is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when he married his first wife. Roger-Bernard I became the Comte
    de Foix in 1149. Married circa 1140: N?. Married in 1151: Ccile-Frrane de
    Bziers, daughter of Raimond Trincavel, Vicomte de Bziers and Adlade N?;
    Ccile-Frrane was Roger-Bernard I's second wife. Died: Nov 1188.
    53. Ccile-Frrane de Bziers(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    138, 151). Married Name: de Foix. Born: before 1141 in Bziers, Hrault,
    Languedoc, France, daughter of Raimond Trincavel, Vicomte de Bziers and Adlade
    N?, Ccile-Ferrane is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she
    married Roger-Bernard I. Married in 1151: Roger-Bernard I/II, Count de Foix,
    son of Roger III, Count de Foix and Ximne de Barcelone; Ccile-Frrane was
    Roger-Bernard I's second wife. Died: after 1152.
    --- 7th Generation ---
    64. Richard, Count de Rods; Richard purchased the
    Count-ship (Comt) of Rods, Guyenne, France in 1096 A.D (Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106, 183). AKA: Richard, Vicomte de Lodve(Abbott, Page 448). AKA:
    Richard, Vicomte de Carlat(Abbott). Born: before 1081 in France, son of Brenger
    II, Vicomte de Rods and Adyle=Adle, Vicomtesse de Carlat, Richard is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time he purchased the
    Comt de Rods. Married before 1111: Adlade N?. Died: circa 1132(Abbott).
    65. Adlade N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 183). Married
    Name: de Rods. Born: before 997 Adlade is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time her son Hughes II was born. Married before 1111:
    Richard, Count de Rods, son of Brenger II, Vicomte de Rods and Adyle=Adle,
    Vicomtesse de Carlat.
    72. Begon de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls). Born:
    before 1110 in France, son of Guy I de Scorailles and N?, Begon Succeded the
    line in 1120 and is presumed to have been at least 10 years old at that
    time. Died: after 1168 Begon's Testament is dated in the year 1168, and he
    is presumed to have been alive at that time. Married before 1172: Almodie de
    Castelnau-Bretenoux, daughter of Guibert de Castelnau-Bretenoux and N?.
    73. Almodie de Castelnau-Bretenoux(ibid). Married
    Name: de Scorailles. Born: before 1157, daughter of Guibert de
    Castelnau-Bretenoux and N?, Almodie is presumed to have been at least 15
    years old by the time her son Raoul II was born. Married before 1172: Begon
    de Scorailles, son of Guy I de Scorailles and N?.
    74. Archambaud V, Viscount de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Page 432). Born: before 1137 in Rouen, Normandie, France,
    son of Archambaud IV, Viscount de Comborn and Brunissende=Humberge de
    Limoges, Archambaud V is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his son Hlie was born. Married before 1151 in France: Jourdaine de Prigord,
    daughter of Boson IV, Count de Prigord and N?. Died: after 1159 Archambaud
    V was alive in the year 1159.
    75. Jourdaine de Prigord(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 83,
    136) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:12 Hours). Married Name: de
    Comborn. Born: before 1137, daughter of Boson IV, Count de Prigord and N?,
    Jourdaine is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Hlie was born. Married before 1151 in France: Archambaud V, Viscount de
    Comborn, son of Archambaud IV, Viscount de Comborn and Brunissende=Humberge
    de Limoges.
    80. Bernard IV/V, Sire d'Anduze(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours.) (Abbott, Page
    378). Born: before 1105 in Anduze, Gard, Languedoc, France, son of Bernard
    III, Seigneur d'Anduze and Sivila N?. Married before 1131 in France: Sivila=Sibille,
    Vicomtesse de Narbonne. Died: circa 1165(ibid).
    81. Sivila=Sibille, Vicomtesse de Narbonne(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 153). Married Name: d'Anduze. Born: before 1117 in Narbonne,
    Aude, Languedoc, France Sivila is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her son Bernard V was born. Married before 1131 in France:
    Bernard IV/V, Sire d'Anduze, son of Bernard III, Seigneur d'Anduze and
    Sivila N?. Died: after 1150.
    84. Guillaume VI, Lord de Montpellier(Stuart, Page
    110, Line 150-30.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 05 August 1994 at 19:58 Hours.)
    (Abbott, Page 392). AKA: Guillaume, Seigneur d'Omelaz. AKA: Guillaume de
    Montpellier(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 177) (Paul Theroff, posts, 05 August 1994
    at 19:58 Hours). Note -: Guillaume VI received Tortorosa. He abdicated the
    Seigneurie in 1149. Born: circa 1100 in Montepellier, Hrault, Languedoc,
    France, son of Guillaume V, Lord de Montpellier and Ermessende de Melgueil.
    Married between 1119 and 1121 in France: Tiburge II, Comtesse d'Orange,
    daughter of Raymbaud II, Count d'Orange and N?. Married in Aug 1129: Sibel
    de Savona, daughter of Bonifacio I, Marchese de Savona and Agns de
    Vermandois(Stuart). Died: 1162(Stuart).
    85. Sibel de Savona(Stuart) (Paul Theroff, posts, 05
    August 1994 at 19:58 Hours). Married Name: de Montpellier. AKA: Sibel de
    Vasto. AKA: Sibylle de Mataplane. Born: before 1115, daughter of Bonifacio
    I, Marchese de Savona and Agns de Vermandois, Sibel is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Guillaume VII was born.
    Married in Aug 1129: Guillaume VI, Lord de Montpellier, son of Guillaume V,
    Lord de Montpellier and Ermessende de Melgueil(Stuart). Died: circa 1172.
    86. Hughes II Borel, Duke de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 121) (Stuart, Page 43, Line 60-30;
    Page 262, Line 377-30.) (Andr Castelot, Alain
    Decaux, Marcel Jullian et J. Levron, Histoire de La France et des Franais
    au Jour le Jour (Librairie Acadmique Perrin, 1976), Tome 2, Page 490). Also
    Known As: Hughes "Le Pacific." Born: 1085 in France, son of Eudes I Borel,
    Duke de Bourgogne and Mathilde=Sybille, Dame de Bourgogne. Married circa
    1115: Mathilde, Countess de Turenne, daughter of Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne
    and Gerberge de Terrasson(Stuart, Page 262.) (Source is from a note posted
    on the Genealogy Electronic Bulletin Board of the Prodigy Interactive
    Personal Service a computer online service, by Roxanne Wolford [Prodigy ID#
    PDXS01A] under Subject "House of Burgundy", 5 November 1997 at 00:45 Hours).
    Died: 1143 Hughes II is buried at Citeaux(Abbott, Page 199).
    87. Mathilde, Countess de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 125) (Stuart, Line 377-30, Page 262). Married Name: de
    Bourgogne. AKA: Mathilde de Mayenne. Born: before 1091 in Guyenne, France,
    daughter of Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne and Gerberge de Terrasson(Genealogy
    BB of Prodigy Svcs., by Roxanne Wolford [Prodigy ID# PDXS01A] under Subject
    "House of Burgundy", 5 November 1997 at 00:45 Hours). Married circa 1115:
    Hughes II Borel, Duke de Bourgogne, son of Eudes I Borel, Duke de Bourgogne
    and Mathilde=Sybille, Dame de Bourgogne(Stuart, Page 262.) (Genealogy BB of
    Prodigy Svcs., by Roxanne Wolford [Prodigy ID# PDXS01A] under Subject "House
    of Burgundy", 5 November 1997 at 00:45 Hours). Died: after 1162 in France.
    88. Boson II, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125, 153) (Abbott, Page 438). Born: before 1118 in France, son of
    Raymond I, Vicomte de Turenne and Mathilde du Perche, Boson II is presumed
    to have been at least 25 years old when he died. Married before 1138 in
    France: Eustorgie d'Anduse, daughter of Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze and
    Adlas de Mandagout. Died: 1143 in France Boson II was killed in action.
    89. Eustorgie d'Anduse(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125,
    153). Married Name: de Turenne. Born: before 1078 in France, daughter of
    Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze and Adlas de Mandagout, Some sources
    indicate she was the daughter of Bernard d'Anduze by his wife Alas or
    Dandula de Lalest; others indicate she was the daughter of Bernard III, wife
    unknown. Married before 1138 in France: Boson II, Vicomte de Turenne, son of
    Raymond I, Vicomte de Turenne and Mathilde du Perche.
    90. Bernard de Castelnau. Born: before 1119 in
    France Bernard is presumed to have been at least 20 years old by the time
    his daughter Hlis was born. Married before 1138 in France: N?.
    91. N?
    96. Bernard I, Count de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Page 347). Born: before 1105 in France, son of Roger
    II/III, Count de Comminges and N?, Bernard I was alive in the year 1119.
    Married before 1140: Dias de Muret, daughter of Geoffroy de Muret and
    Samathan N?. Died: 1145 in France Bernard I was killed in action.
    97. Dias de Muret(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 152). Married
    Name: de Comminges. Born: before 1135 in Muret, Gascogne, France, daughter
    of Geoffroy de Muret and Samathan N?, Dias is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old when her husband Bernard II was killed. Married before 1140:
    Bernard I, Count de Comminges, son of Roger II/III, Count de Comminges and
    N?.
    98. Alfonse I Jourdain, Count de Toulouse(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:11 Hours). AKA:
    Alphonse, Duke de Narbonne. Born: 1102 in Tripoli, Syria, son of Raymond IV,
    Count de Toulouse and Gesloire=?lvire de Castile. Note - in 1109: Alfonse
    Jourdain became Comte de Toulouse in 1109 upon the death of his step-brother
    Bertrand II(Abbott, Page 371). Married before 16 Sep 1125: Faydide de Rods,
    daughter of Gerbert=Gilbert III, Vicomte de Carlat and Tiburge=Gerberge,
    Countess de Provence. Died: 16 Apr 1148 in Caesarea, Palestine, Holy Land,
    Alphonse was murdered.
    99. Faydide de Rods(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 85, 106)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:11 Hours). AKA: Faydiva d'Uzs.
    AKA: Faydide de Carlat. Married Name: de Toulouse. Born: before 1109 in
    France, daughter of Gerbert=Gilbert III, Vicomte de Carlat and Tiburge=Gerberge,
    Countess de Provence. MaterAlter: before 1110 Marie d'Uzs/Faydide de Rods.
    PaterAlter before 1110 Faydide de Rods/Raimond Dcan de Posquires. Married
    before 16 Sep 1125: Alfonse I Jourdain, Count de Toulouse, son of Raymond
    IV, Count de Toulouse and Gesloire=?lvire de Castile.
    100. Auger, Count d'Aure(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 243).
    AKA: Auger, Vicomte de La Barthe. Born: before 1100, son of Sanche I,
    Vicomte de La Barthe and N?. Died: after 1100 Auger was alive in the year
    1100. Married before 1180: N?.
    101. N?
    104. Roger III, Count de Foix(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Abbott, Page 482). Born: before 1115 in Foix, Arige, Foix, France, son of
    Roger II, Comte de Foix and Stphanie, Dame de La Marche, Roger III is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son
    Roger-Bernard I was born. Married circa 1117: Ximne de Barcelone, daughter
    of Raymond-Brenger III, Count de Barcelone and Maria de Bivar. Died:
    1149(ibid).
    105. Ximne de Barcelone(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 86,
    138). Married Name: de Foix. Married Name: de Besalu. Born: between 1105 and
    1106 in Barcelone, Barcelona, Spain, daughter of Raymond-Brenger III, Count
    de Barcelone and Maria de Bivar. Married on 1 Oct 1107 in Spain: Bernard
    III, Count de Besalu, son of Guillaume II, Count de Besalu and ?tienette de
    Provence. Married circa 1117: Roger III, Count de Foix, son of Roger II,
    Comte de Foix and Stphanie, Dame de La Marche.
    106. Raimond Trincavel, Vicomte de Bziers(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:08 Hours). AKA: Raimond, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott, Page 377). AKA: Raymond,
    Vicomte d'Agde(Abbott). AKA: Raymond Bernard, Comte de Carcassonne(Abbott).
    Born: between 1083 and 1126 in Agadais, Languedoc, France, son of Bernard
    Athon, Vicomte de Bziers and Ccile, Vicomtesse de Nmes, Raimond Trincavel
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Ccile
    Frrane was born. Married before 1140: Adlade N?. Died: 15 Oct 1167
    Raimond Trincavel, alive in 1150, was murdered in the massacre of 1167.
    107. Adlade N?(Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix"
    posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08 Hours). Married Name: de Bziers. Born:
    before 1126. Married before 1140: Raimond Trincavel, Vicomte de Bziers, son
    of Bernard Athon, Vicomte de Bziers and Ccile, Vicomtesse de Nmes.
    --- 8th Generation ---
    128. Brenger II, Vicomte de Rods(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106, 183) (Stuart, Page 165, Line 226-32). AKA: Brenger, Vicomte
    de Gvaudan(Abbott, Page 385). AKA: Brenger, Vicomte de Carlat. AKA: Brenger
    II, Vicomte de Millau(Abbott). Born: before 1041 in France, son of Richard
    II, Vicomte de Rods and Rixinde de Narbonne, Brenger is presumed to have
    been at least 10 years old when he was present on 29 February 1051, at which
    time Hughes, Count de Rouergues and his mother the Countess Richarde made a
    gift to the Abbey of Conquer. Married in 1071 in France: Adyle=Adle,
    Vicomtesse de Carlat, daughter of Gilbert II, Vicomte de Carlat and Nobilie,
    Vicomtesse de Lodve. Died: after 12 Apr 1080 According to Stuart, Brenger
    was named in a letter from Pope Gregory VII, dated 12 April 1080,
    complaining that he had refused the homage (voluntary tax) which he owed to
    the Abbey of Curillac.
    129. Adyle=Adle, Vicomtesse de Carlat(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-32.) (Abbott, Page 448). AKA:
    Adle, Vicomtesse de Millau(Abbott). AKA: Adle de Lodve(Stuart, Page 189).
    Married Name: de Rods. Born: before 1040 in France, daughter of Gilbert II,
    Vicomte de Carlat and Nobilie, Vicomtesse de Lodve, Adyle was alive in the
    year 1050. Note - between 1048 and 1071: Adyle was the heiress of the
    Viscounties of Carlat and Lodve. Married in 1071 in France: Brenger II,
    Vicomte de Rods, son of Richard II, Vicomte de Rods and Rixinde de
    Narbonne. Died: after 12 Apr 1080.
    144. Guy I de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 230).
    Born: before 1085 in France, son of Raymond de Scorailles and N?, Guy I was
    alive in the year 1085. Died: after 1105 Guy I was alive in the year 1105.
    Married before 1110: N?.
    145. N?
    146. Guibert de Castelnau-Bretenoux(ibid). Born:
    before 1142 Guibert is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his daughter Almodie was born. Married before 1157: N?.
    147. N?
    148. Archambaud IV, Viscount de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:12 Hours). Also Known As:
    Archambaud "Le Barbu." Born: before 1088 in Limousin, France, son of Bernard
    I, Vicomte de Comborn and Ermengarde de Cours, Archambaud IV was the older
    brother of Ebles. Married before 1125 in France: Brunissende=Humberge de
    Limoges, daughter of Adhmar=Aymar IV, Viscount de Limoges and N?, Dame
    d'Angoulme. Died: circa 1147.
    149. Brunissende=Humberge de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 136, 137) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:12 Hours).
    Married Name: de Comborn. Born: before 1111 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne,
    Limousin, France, daughter of Adhmar=Aymar IV, Viscount de Limoges and N?,
    Dame d'Angoulme, Brunissende is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time her daughter, Hlis, was born. Married before 1125 in France:
    Archambaud IV, Viscount de Comborn, son of Bernard I, Vicomte de Comborn and
    Ermengarde de Cours. Died: after 1160 in Comborn, Limousin, France,
    Brunissende was alive in the year 1160.
    150. Boson IV, Count de Prigord(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 83) (Abbott, Page 330). Born: before 1116 in France, son of Hlie
    V, Count de Prigord and Philippe N?, Boson IV was Count in 1149 and is
    presumed to have been at least 19 years old by the time his daughter
    Jourdaine was born. Andr Roux shows Boson IV as the son of Hlie V by
    Philippe, while Abbott indicates he was the son of Audebert III. PaterAlter
    before 1116 Boson IV, Count de Prigord/Audebert III de Prigord. Married
    before 1136: N?. PaterAlter before 1160 Boson IV, Count de Prigord/Hlie
    VII Talleyrand, Count de Prigord. Died: circa 1160 Boson IV was alive in
    the year 1157.
    151. N?
    160. Bernard III, Seigneur d'Anduze(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours.) (Abbott, Page
    378). Born: before 1090 in Anduze, Gard, Languedoc, France, son of Raymond
    I, Seigneur d'Anduze and Ermengarde de Melgueil, Some sources assert that
    this Bernard was the son of Bernard II, who appears here as his grandfather.
    Bernard III is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his
    son Bernard IV was born. Married before 1103 in France: Sivila N?. Died:
    after 1128 in France Bernard III was alive in the year 1125 and in the year
    1128.
    161. Sivila N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 153). Married
    Name: d'Anduze. Born: before 1099 in France Sivila is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time her son Bernard IV was born. Married
    before 1103 in France: Bernard III, Seigneur d'Anduze, son of Raymond I,
    Seigneur d'Anduze and Ermengarde de Melgueil.
    168. Guillaume V, Lord de Montpellier(Stuart, Page
    110, Line 150-31). Born: between 1065 and 1069 in Bourgogne, France, son of
    Guillaume IV, Seigneur de Montpellier and Ermengarde de Melgueil, Abbott
    alleges that Guillaume V was the son of Guillaume III and thus skips one
    generation relative to the data provided by Stuart. Note - between 1076 and
    1103 in Bourgogne, France: Guillaume V became Lord de Montpellier in 1076.
    He held Melgueil in 1103 and went on the first crusade with Raymond de Saint
    Giller. Married in 1086: Ermessende de Melgueil, daughter of Pierre, Count
    de Melgueil and Almodie de Toulouse. Died: 1121(Abbott, Page 392).
    169. Ermessende de Melgueil(Stuart, Page 110, Line
    150-31). Married Name: de Montpellier. Born: before 1076 in France, daughter
    of Pierre, Count de Melgueil and Almodie de Toulouse. Married in 1086:
    Guillaume V, Lord de Montpellier, son of Guillaume IV, Seigneur de
    Montpellier and Ermengarde de Melgueil. Died: after 1102.
    170. Bonifacio I, Marchese de Savona(Stuart). AKA:
    Bonifacio, Marchese de Vasto. Born: 1060, son of Teto II, Marchese de Savona
    and Berta de Turin. Married before 1115: Agns de Vermandois, daughter of
    Hughes, Count de Vermandois and Adle, Countess de Vermandois; Agns was
    Bonifacio I's third wife and he was her third husband. Died: 1130.
    171. Agns de Vermandois(Stuart, Page 81, Line
    106-31.) (Paul Theroff, posts, Posting under Subject "Capet", 9 July 1994 at
    19:43 Hours). Married Name: de Savona. Born: between 1077 and 1100, daughter
    of Hughes, Count de Vermandois and Adle, Countess de Vermandois, Agns is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Sibel
    was born. Married before 1115: Bonifacio I, Marchese de Savona, son of Teto
    II, Marchese de Savona and Berta de Turin; Agns was Bonifacio I's third
    wife and he was her third husband. Died: after 1125.
    172. Eudes I Borel, Duke de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 123) (Castelot, Tome 2, Page 490.) (Abbott, Page 199). Born:
    1058 in France, son of Henri de Bourgogne and Sybille, Countess de
    Bourgogne. Married in 1080 in France: Mathilde=Sybille, Dame de Bourgogne,
    daughter of Guillaume I, Comte de Vienne and ?tiennette de Barcelone. Note -
    in 1102: Eudes went on the crusades in 1102, after he founded the Abbey at
    Citeaux. Died: 23 Mar 1103 in Tarsus, Cilicia, Asia Minor,(Stuart, Page
    182).
    173. Mathilde=Sybille, Dame de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 123). Born: 1065 in France, daughter of Guillaume I, Comte de
    Vienne and ?tiennette de Barcelone. Married in 1080 in France: Eudes I Borel,
    Duke de Bourgogne, son of Henri de Bourgogne and Sybille, Countess de
    Bourgogne. Died: after 1103(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., by Roxanne
    Wolford [Prodigy ID# PDXS01A] under Subject "House of Burgundy", 5 November
    1997 at 00:45 Hours).
    174. Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 125) (Abbott, Page 438). Born: circa 1050 in Guyenne, France,
    son of Guillaume, Vicomte de Turenne and Mathilde N?(Stuart, Page 114).
    Married before 1074 in France: Gerberge de Terrasson, daughter of Pierre,
    Comtor de Terrasson and N?; Gerberge was Boson I's second wife. Died: 1091
    in Jrusalem, Holy Land, Boson left for the Holy Land in 1076 on a
    pilgrimage.
    175. Gerberge de Terrasson(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    125). Married Name: de Turenne. Born: circa 1055 in Terrasson, Guyenne,
    France, daughter of Pierre, Comtor de Terrasson and N?. Married before 1074
    in France: Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne, son of Guillaume, Vicomte de Turenne
    and Mathilde N?; Gerberge was Boson I's second wife. Died: 1103 in France.
    176. Raymond I, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125, 211) (Abbott, Page 438). Born: circa 1080 in France, son of
    Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne and Gerberge de Terrasson. Married circa 1119:
    Mathilde du Perche, daughter of Geoffroy II, Comte de Mortagne and Batrix
    de Roucy; Raymond I was Mathilde's first husband. Raymond I went on crusades
    in 1096. Died: between 1127 and 1137.
    177. Mathilde du Perche(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125,
    211) (Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-29). Married Name: de Turenne. Born: 1105
    in Perche, Maine, France, daughter of Geoffroy II, Comte de Mortagne and
    Batrix de Roucy(Stuart). Married circa 1119: Raymond I, Vicomte de Turenne,
    son of Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne and Gerberge de Terrasson; Raymond I was
    Mathilde's first husband. Raymond I went on crusades in 1096. Died: 28 May
    1143 in France Mathilde is buried at Arnac.
    178. Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). AKA:
    Bernard II, Lord de Sauve. AKA: Bernard II, Seigneur de Sommires. AKA:
    Bernard, Lord d'Alez. Born: before 1054 in Sauve, Gard, Languedoc, France,
    son of Bermond II de Sauve and Astrige, Dame d'Anduze. Married before 1071
    in Languedoc, France: Adlas de Mandagout. Died: after 1100 in France
    Bernard II was alive in the year 1078 and in the year 1100.
    179. Adlas de Mandagout(ibid). Married Name:
    d'Anduze. Born: before 1057 in Languedoc, France Adlas is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Raymond I was born. Married
    before 1071 in Languedoc, France: Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze, son of
    Bermond II de Sauve and Astrige, Dame d'Anduze.
    192. Roger II/III, Count de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 152) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:11 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 347). Born: before 1070 in Comminges, Haute-Garonne,
    Gascogne, France, son of Arnaud II, Comte de Comminges and N?. Married
    before 1104: N?. Died: circa 1105 Roger II was alive in the year 1048.
    193. N?
    194. Geoffroy de Muret(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 152).
    Note -: In 1213 during the war with the Albigeois, the Count of Toulouse and
    King Pierre II of Aragon were vanquished by Simon de Montfort near Muret.
    Born: before 1120 in Muret, Gascogne, France Geoffroy is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Dias was born. Married
    before 1135: Samathan N?.
    195. Samathan N?(ibid). Married Name: de Muret.
    Born: before 1120 Samathan is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time her daughter Dias was born. Married before 1135: Geoffroy de Muret.
    196. Raymond IV, Count de Toulouse(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:11 Hours). AKA: Raymond,
    Count de Saint-Gilles. AKA: Raimond IV, Count de Tripoli. AKA: Raimond IV,
    Duke de Narbonne. Born: between 1046 and 1052 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne,
    Languedoc, France, son of Pons II Guillaume, Count de Toulouse and Almodis
    de La Marche. Married before 1066 in France: N? d'Arles, daughter of Geofroy
    I, Count de Provence and ?tiennette=Douce de Gvaudan. Repudiated: N?
    d'Arles circa 1076 Raymond IV repudiated her. Married in 1080: Matilda de
    Sicile, daughter of Roger I, Count de Sicile and Judith d'?vreux; Matilda
    was Raymond IV's second wife and he was her second husband. Note - between
    1088 and 1096: Raymond IV was Comte de Toulouse 1088 - 1096(Abbott, Page
    371). Married in 1094 in France: Gesloire=?lvire de Castile, daughter of
    Alfonso VI, King de Castile and Chimne de Nuez y Guzman; Gesloire was
    Raymond IV's third wife. Note - in 1105: Raymond IV was one of the chief
    leaders of the First Crusade who led over 100,000, and distinguished himself
    in the Battle of Ascalon. He died at the siege of Tripoli in Syria(Paul
    Aug, Nouveau Larousse Universel (13  21 Rue Montparnasse et Boulevard
    Raspail 114: Librairie Larousse, 1948)). Died: 28 Feb 1105 in Tripoli,
    Syria.
    197. Gesloire=?lvire de Castile(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    85). Married Name: de Toulouse. MaterAlter: before 1084 Jimena Nuez/Gesloire=?lvire
    de Castile. Born: before 1084 in Spain, daughter of Alfonso VI, King de
    Castile and Chimne de Nuez y Guzman, Gesloire is presumed to have been at
    least 10 years old when she married Raymond IV. Gesloire's maternal
    parentage is uncertain and she may have been born illegitimate by Jimena Nuez.
    Married in 1094 in France: Raymond IV, Count de Toulouse, son of Pons II
    Guillaume, Count de Toulouse and Almodis de La Marche; Gesloire was Raymond
    IV's third wife.
    198. Gerbert=Gilbert III, Vicomte de Carlat(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 106, 114, 183) (Stuart, Page 190, Line 257-31). AKA: Gilbert,
    Comte d'Arles. AKA: Gerbert, Vicomte de Gvaudan(Abbott, Page 385). AKA:
    Gilbert, Vicomte de Millau(Abbott). Note -: Gilbert III, with his father Brenger
    and his brothers Richard and Raymond were at the foundation of the Abbey of
    Monts in Auvergne, France. Born: circa 1071 in France, son of Brenger II,
    Vicomte de Rods and Adyle=Adle, Vicomtesse de Carlat. Married between 1092
    and 1098: Tiburge=Gerberge, Countess de Provence, daughter of Fouques
    Bertrand I, Count de Provence and Bertrande de Toulouse; Some sources
    indicate that the marriage took place in 1058, but that would contradict
    other sources which place Gilbert's birth in 1071. Died: 1109(Abbott, Page
    448).
    199. Tiburge=Gerberge, Countess de Provence(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 106, 114) (Abbott, Page 448). Married Name: de Carlat. AKA:
    Gerberge, Comtesse d'Arles. Born: before 1051, daughter of Fouques Bertrand
    I, Count de Provence and Bertrande de Toulouse. Married between 1092 and
    1098: Gerbert=Gilbert III, Vicomte de Carlat, son of Brenger II, Vicomte de
    Rods and Adyle=Adle, Vicomtesse de Carlat; Some sources indicate that the
    marriage took place in 1058, but that would contradict other sources which
    place Gilbert's birth in 1071. Died: 1112.
    200. Sanche I, Vicomte de La Barthe(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 243). Born: before 1078, son of Auriel=Monse, Vicomte de La Barthe
    and N?, Sanche I was alive in the year 1078. Died: after 1086 Sanche I was
    alive in the year 1086. Married before 1100: N?.
    201. N?
    208. Roger II, Comte de Foix(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08 Hours.)
    (Abbott, Page 482). Born: before 1071 in Amiens, Somme, Picardie, France,
    son of Pedro Bernardo, Comte de Foix and Amlie = Letgarde N?. Married in
    1073: Siccarda N?; Siccarda was Roger II's first wife. Married before 1114:
    Stphanie, Dame de La Marche, daughter of Guillaume II, Count de Besalu and
    ?tienette de Provence. Died: 1124 in Foix, Arige, Foix, France.
    209. Stphanie, Dame de La Marche(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 138). Married Name: de Foix. AKA: ?tiennette, Dame de La Basse
    Provence. AKA: ?tienette de Besalu. Born: before 1065, daughter of Guillaume
    II, Count de Besalu and ?tienette de Provence. Died: after 1095 Stphanie
    was alive in the year 1095. Married before 1114: Roger II, Comte de Foix,
    son of Pedro Bernardo, Comte de Foix and Amlie = Letgarde N?.
    210. Raymond-Brenger III, Count de Barcelone(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-30.) (Paul Theroff, posts). AKA:
    Ramn, Count de Gerona. AKA: Raimond, Count de Osona. AKA: Raimond Brenger,
    Count de Cerdagne. AKA: Raimond-Brenger III, Marquis de Barcelone. Also
    Known As: Ramn "El Grande." Born: 11 Nov 1082 in Spain, son of Raymond-Brenger
    II, Count de Barcelone and Mahaut de Guiscard. Married before 1103 in Spain:
    Maria de Bivar, daughter of Rodrigo Ruy Diaz de Bivar and Doa Ximena de
    Gormas; Maria was Raymond Brenger III's first wife. Married in 1106:
    Almodis de Mortain; Almodis was Raymond Brenger III's second wife. Married
    on 3 Feb 1112: Douce, Comtesse de Provence, daughter of Gerbert=Gilbert III,
    Vicomte de Carlat and Tiburge=Gerberge, Countess de Provence; Douce was
    Raymond-Brenger III's second wife but he was Douce's third husband. Died:
    19 Jul 1131 at age 48.
    211. Maria de Bivar. Married Name: de Barcelone.
    Married Name: de Aragon. Born: before 1088 in Spain, daughter of Rodrigo Ruy
    Diaz de Bivar and Doa Ximena de Gormas, Maria is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old when she married Raimond Brenger III. Married in 1098 in
    Spain: Pedro de Aragon, son of Pedro I=Pierre, King de Aragon and Agns de
    Poitou. Married before 1103 in Spain: Raymond-Brenger III, Count de
    Barcelone, son of Raymond-Brenger II, Count de Barcelone and Mahaut de
    Guiscard; Maria was Raymond Brenger III's first wife. Died: 1106 in Spain.
    212. Bernard Athon, Vicomte de Bziers(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 151) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:08 Hours). AKA: Bernard Aton IV, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott, Page 377). AKA:
    Bernard Aton, Comte de Carcassonne(Abbott). AKA: Bernard Aton, Seigneur de
    Lauraguais(Abbott). AKA: Bernard Aton III, Vicomte de Nmes(Abbott). AKA:
    Bernard Aton, Vicomte d'Agde(Abbott). Born: before 1069 in Bziers, Hrault,
    Languedoc, France, son of Bernard-Raymond, Vicomte de Bziers and Ermengarde,
    Comtesse de Carcassonne, Bernard Athon is presumed to have been at least 14
    years old when he married Ccile. Married in 1083: Ccile, Vicomtesse de
    Nmes, daughter of Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de Forcalquier and Eldarde=Hildegarde
    N?. Note - in 1091: Bernard Athon succeeded Bernard-Raymond in 1091. Died:
    1129(Abbott).
    213. Ccile, Vicomtesse de Nmes(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 151) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at
    02:08 Hours). Married Name: de Bziers. Born: before 1073 in Nmes, Gard,
    Languedoc, France, daughter of Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de Forcalquier
    and Eldarde=Hildegarde N?, Ccile is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when she married Bernard Athon IV. Married in 1083: Bernard Athon,
    Vicomte de Bziers, son of Bernard-Raymond, Vicomte de Bziers and
    Ermengarde, Comtesse de Carcassonne. Died: 1150.
    --- 9th Generation ---
    256. Richard II, Vicomte de Rods(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106, 161) (Stuart, Page 165, Line 226-33). AKA: Richard III,
    Vicomte de Millau Richard III was Vicomte de Millau in 1049(Abbott, Page
    325). AKA: Richard, Vicomte de Gvaudan(Abbott). Born: before 1013 in
    France, son of Richard I, Vicomte de Rods and Sngonde, Viscomtesse de
    Bziers. Married circa 1030: Rixinde de Narbonne, daughter of Brenger I,
    Vicomte de Narbonne and Garsinde de Besalu. Died: between 1049 and 1051.
    257. Rixinde de Narbonne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 106,
    161) (Stuart, Page 165, Line 226-33). Married Name: de Rods. AKA: Rixinde,
    Dame de Lodve. AKA: Rixinde, Dame de Montbrun. Born: between 1011 and 1020
    in France, daughter of Brenger I, Vicomte de Narbonne and Garsinde de
    Besalu, Rixinde is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she
    married Richard II. Married circa 1030: Richard II, Vicomte de Rods, son of
    Richard I, Vicomte de Rods and Sngonde, Viscomtesse de Bziers. Died:
    between 1061 and 1079.
    258. Gilbert II, Vicomte de Carlat(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-33.) (Abbott, Pages 325, 448).
    Born: before 1005 in Auvergne, France, son of Gilbert I, Vicomte de Carlat
    and Agns, Viscountess de Mels, Gilbert II was alive in the year 1005.
    Married in 1020 in France: Nobilie, Vicomtesse de Lodve, daughter of Odon,
    Vicomte de Lodve and Chimberge N?; Gilbert II and Nobilie gave the manse of
    Serq to St. Guillem-de-Dsert, in the Diocese of Lodve in October, 1048.
    Died: between 1048 and 1071.
    259. Nobilie, Vicomtesse de Lodve; Nobilie was the
    heiress of Lodve (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line
    257-33.) (Abbott, Page 448). Married Name: de Carlat. Born: before 1010 in
    Lodve, Languedoc, France, daughter of Odon, Vicomte de Lodve and Chimberge
    N?, Nobilie is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married
    Gilbert II. Married in 1020 in France: Gilbert II, Vicomte de Carlat, son of
    Gilbert I, Vicomte de Carlat and Agns, Viscountess de Mels; Gilbert II and
    Nobilie gave the manse of Serq to St. Guillem-de-Dsert, in the Diocese of
    Lodve in October, 1048. Died: after 1020.
    288. Raymond de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    230). Born: before 1070 in France, son of Begon de Scorailles and N?,
    Raymond is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son
    Guy I was born. Died: after 1083 Raymond was alive in the year 1083. Married
    before 1085: N?.
    289. N?
    296. Bernard I, Vicomte de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Pages 432, 439). Born: before 1055 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher,
    Orlanais, France, son of Archambaud II, Vicomte de Comborn and Rotberge de
    Rochechouart. Married before 1080 in France: Milisende N?; Milisende was
    Bernard I's first wife. Married before 1085 in France: Ermengarde de Cours,
    daughter of Hughes de Cours and Aine de Barmont; Ermengarde was Bernard I's
    second wife. Died: between 1092 and 1119 According to Andr Roux, Bernard
    died circa 1092, but Abbott specifies he died in 1119.
    297. Ermengarde de Cours(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 136,
    229). Married Name: de Comborn. Born: before 1074 in Cours, Agnois, Guyenne,
    France, daughter of Hughes de Cours and Aine de Barmont, Ermengarde is
    presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time her son Archambaud
    was born. Married before 1085 in France: Bernard I, Vicomte de Comborn, son
    of Archambaud II, Vicomte de Comborn and Rotberge de Rochechouart;
    Ermengarde was Bernard I's second wife.
    298. Adhmar=Aymar IV, Viscount de Limoges(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 87, 137) (Abbott, Page 435). Born: before 1086 in l'Aigle,
    France, son of Aymar III, Vicomte de Limoges and Umberge N?, Adhmar IV is
    presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his son, Guy III,
    was born. Married before 1103 in France: N?, Dame d'Angoulme, daughter of
    Wulgrin II/III, Count d'Angoulme and Ponce de La Marche. Died: 1139
    According to Andr Roux, Aimar was alive in the year 1126(ibid).
    299. N?, Dame d'Angoulme(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 87,
    137). Married Name: de Limoges. Died: Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin,
    France. Born: before 1098 in France, daughter of Wulgrin II/III, Count
    d'Angoulme and Ponce de La Marche, She is presumed to have been at least 14
    years old by the time her daughter Brunissende was born. Married before 1103
    in France: Adhmar=Aymar IV, Viscount de Limoges, son of Aymar III, Vicomte
    de Limoges and Umberge N?.
    300. Hlie V, Count de Prigord(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Abbott, Page 330). Born: before 1102 in France, son of Guillaume
    Talleyrand, Comte de Prigord and N?, Hlie V is presumed to have been at
    least 18 years old by the time his son Boson III was born. Hlie V's
    parentage is in dispute with Andr Roux showing him to be the son of Hlie
    IV by Gasconie, while Abbott asserts he was the son of Guillaume. MaterAlter:
    before 1102 Gasconie N?/Hlie V, Count de Prigord. PaterAlter before 1102
    Hlie V, Count de Prigord/Hlie IV, Count de Prigord. Married before 1119
    in Guyenne, France: Philippe N?. Died: after 1131 Hlie IV became Count in
    1131.
    301. Philippe N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 83). Married
    Name: de Prigord. Born: before 1105 in France Philippe is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Boson III was born. Married
    before 1119 in Guyenne, France: Hlie V, Count de Prigord, son of Guillaume
    Talleyrand, Comte de Prigord and N?.
    320. Raymond I, Seigneur d'Anduze(Paul Theroff,
    posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 378). Born: before 1072
    in Anduze, Gard, Languedoc, France, son of Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze and
    Adlas de Mandagout, Raymond I is presumed to have been at least 18 years
    old by the time his son, Bernard III, was born. Married circa 1078 in
    Languedoc, France: Ermengarde de Melgueil, daughter of Raymond I, Count de
    Melgueil and Batrix de Poitou. Died: after 1078 Raymond I was alive in the
    year 1078.
    321. Ermengarde de Melgueil(Stuart, Page 110, Line
    150-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). Married Name:
    de Montpellier. Married Name: d'Anduze. Born: before 1050, daughter of
    Raymond I, Count de Melgueil and Batrix de Poitou, Ermengarde is presumed
    to have been at least 10 years old when she married Guillaume IV. Married
    circa 1060: Guillaume IV, Seigneur de Montpellier, son of Guillaume III,
    Lord de Montpellier and Bliarde N?. Married circa 1078 in Languedoc,
    France: Raymond I, Seigneur d'Anduze, son of Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze
    and Adlas de Mandagout.
    336. Guillaume IV, Seigneur de Montpellier(Stuart,
    Page 110, Line 150-32). Note -: Guillaume IV bought the castle at Melgueil.
    Born: between 1030 and 1035 in Bourgogne, France, son of Guillaume III, Lord
    de Montpellier and Bliarde N?. Married circa 1060: Ermengarde de Melgueil,
    daughter of Raymond I, Count de Melgueil and Batrix de Poitou. Died:
    1076(Stuart).
    337. Ermengarde de Melgueil (above)
    338. Pierre, Count de Melgueil(Stuart). Born: before
    1055 in France, son of Raymond I, Count de Melgueil and Batrix de Poitou,
    Pierre is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when he married
    Almodie. Married circa 1065: Almodie de Toulouse, daughter of Pons II
    Guillaume, Count de Toulouse and Almodis de La Marche(Stuart). Died: after
    1085 Pierre was alive in the year 1085.
    339. Almodie de Toulouse(Stuart). Married Name: de
    Melgueil. Born: between 1045 and 1052 in France, daughter of Pons II
    Guillaume, Count de Toulouse and Almodis de La Marche. Married circa 1065:
    Pierre, Count de Melgueil, son of Raymond I, Count de Melgueil and Batrix
    de Poitou(Stuart). Died: after 1132(Stuart).
    340. Teto II, Marchese de Savona(Stuart). AKA: Teto
    II, Marchese de Vasto. Born: before 1045, son of Oberto II, Marchese de
    Savona and Batrice de Ramagnano, Teto II is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time his son Bonifacio I was born. Married before 1060:
    Berta de Turin, daughter of Ulrich=Manfredo II, Marquis de Turin and Berthe
    d'Este. Died: 1064.
    341. Berta de Turin(ibid). Married Name: de Savona.
    Born: before 1035, daughter of Ulrich=Manfredo II, Marquis de Turin and
    Berthe d'Este. Married before 1060: Teto II, Marchese de Savona, son of
    Oberto II, Marchese de Savona and Batrice de Ramagnano. Died: after 1065
    Berta was alive in the year 1065.
    342. Hughes, Count de Vermandois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 79, 112) (Stuart, Page 105, Line 143-30). AKA: Hughes, Count de
    Paris. AKA: Hughes, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis. AKA: Hughes, Count de
    Valois. AKA: Hughes Magnus de Crpy. AKA: Hughes Magnus, Duke de Bourgogne.
    AKA: Hughes Magnus, Marquis d'Orlans. AKA: Hughes Magnus, Count d'Amiens.
    Also Known As: Hughes "Le Grand." AKA: Hughes, Comte d'Amiens. Born: 1057 in
    Ile-de-France, France, son of Henri I, King de France and Anne, Queen de
    France. Married in 1077: Adle, Countess de Vermandois, daughter of Herbert
    IV, Count de Vermandois and Adle, Countess de Crpy; Hughes was Adle's
    first husband. Note - before 1101: Hughes was a leader in the First Crusade.
    Died: 18 Oct 1101 in Tarsus, Cilicia, Asia Minor, Hughes is buried in
    Saint-Paul-de-Tarse.
    343. Adle, Countess de Vermandois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 79, 112) (Stuart, Page 175, Line 239-30; Page 196, Line 268-32.)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 23 April 1994 at 15:57 Hours). AKA: Adlade, Dame de
    Saint-Quentin(Abbott, Page 127). AKA: Adlade, Countess de Valois(Abbott).
    Married Name: de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis. Born: circa 1062, daughter of
    Herbert IV, Count de Vermandois and Adle, Countess de Crpy. Married in
    1077: Hughes, Count de Vermandois, son of Henri I, King de France and Anne,
    Queen de France; Hughes was Adle's first husband. Married in 1103 in
    France: Renaud II, Count de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis, son of Hugues, Comte de
    Clermont-en-Beauvaisis and Marguerite de Roucy; Adle was Renaud II's first
    wife. Died: 1124 in Meulan, Seine-et-Oise, Ile-de-France, France, Adle was
    alive in the year 1118(Abbott, Pages 57).
    344. Henri de Bourgogne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 80,
    123) (Stuart, Page 63, Line 85-30.) (Castelot, Tome 2, Page 490.) (Abbott,
    Page 198). Also Known As: Henri "Le Damoiseau." Born: 1035 in France, son of
    Robert, Duke de Bourgogne and Hlie de Semur(Stuart, Page 182). Married
    circa 1056: Sibylle de Barcelone, daughter of Brenger-Raymond, Count de
    Barcelone and Gisle de Lluca. Married before 1058 in France: Sybille,
    Countess de Bourgogne, daughter of Renaud I, Comte de Bourgogne and Adlise=Judith
    de Normandie. Died: either 1066 or 1074 According to Abbott, Henri died in
    1074. R. Wolford's sources indicate he died 27 January 1070(Genealogy BB of
    Prodigy Svcs., by Roxanne Wolford [Prodigy ID# PDXS01A] under Subject "House
    of Burgundy", 5 November 1997 at 00:45 Hours).
    345. Sybille, Countess de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 80, 123). Born: circa 1035, daughter of Renaud I, Comte de
    Bourgogne and Adlise=Judith de Normandie. Married before 1058 in France:
    Henri de Bourgogne, son of Robert, Duke de Bourgogne and Hlie de Semur.
    Died: 6 Jul 1074 in France Sybille is burried at the Church of Saint ?tienne
    in Besanon(Stuart, Page 182).
    346. Guillaume I, Comte de Vienne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 123) (Stuart, Page 73, Line 94-31). Also Known As: Guillaume "Tte
    Hardie." AKA: Guillaume, Comte de Mcon(Abbott, Page 213). AKA: Guillaume,
    Count de Bourgogne(Abbott). Also Known As: Guillaume "Le Grand"(Abbott).
    Born: circa 1024 in Vienne, Isre, France, son of Renaud I, Comte de
    Bourgogne and Adlise=Judith de Normandie. Married in 1049 in France: ?tiennette
    de Barcelone, daughter of Raymond II, Count de Barcelone and Sancha de
    Navarre; Guillaume's wife was Stephanie of Barcelone who is probably the
    same person as Stephanie of Longwy. Died: 12 Nov 1087(Stuart, Page 73).
    347. ?tiennette de Barcelone(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    123). Married Name: de Vienne. AKA: ?tienette de Longwy. AKA: Stephanie de
    Longwy. PaterAlter circa 1035 ?tiennette de Barcelone/Adalbert III, Count de
    Longwy. MaterAlter: circa 1035 Clmence de Foix/?tiennette de Barcelone.
    Born: circa 1035, daughter of Raymond II, Count de Barcelone and Sancha de
    Navarre, ?tiennette's parentage may be in dispute with sources referenced in
    Roderick Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners" showing her to be the daughter of
    Adalbert III, Comte de Longwy by Clmence de Foix. Married in 1049 in
    France: Guillaume I, Comte de Vienne, son of Renaud I, Comte de Bourgogne
    and Adlise=Judith de Normandie; Guillaume's wife was Stephanie of Barcelone
    who is probably the same person as Stephanie of Longwy. Died: after 1088.
    348. Guillaume, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125) (Abbott, Page 432). AKA: Guillaume de Comborn. Born: before
    1000 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Orlanais, France, son of Ebles I, Vicomte de
    Comborn and Batrix de Normandie, Guillaume was alive in the year
    1000(Stuart, Page 114). Married before 1049: Mathilde N?. Died: 1074
    Guillaume was the Vicomte de Turenne in the year 1040(Abbott, Page 438).
    349. Mathilde N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125). Married
    Name: de Turenne. Born: before 1035 Mathilde is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time her son Boson I was born. Married before
    1049: Guillaume, Vicomte de Turenne, son of Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn and
    Batrix de Normandie.
    350. Pierre, Comtor de Terrasson(ibid). Born: before
    1040 in Terrasson, Guyenne, France Pierre is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time his daughter Gerberge was born. Married before
    1055: N?.
    351. N?
    352. Boson I, Vicomte de Turenne (above)
    353. Gerberge de Terrasson (above)
    354. Geoffroy II, Comte de Mortagne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-30). AKA: Geoffroy II, Count du
    Perche(Abbott, Page 138). Born: before 1051 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Normandie,
    France, son of Rotrou I, Vicomte de Chteaudun and Adlade de Domfront,
    Geoffroy II fought in the Norman Army at the Battle of Hastings 11 October
    1066 and is presumed to have been at least 15 years old at that time.
    Married before 1069: Batrix de Roucy, daughter of Hildouin, Comte
    d'Arcis-sur-Aube and Adlade=Alice, Countess de Roucy. Died: circa 1105.
    355. Batrix de Roucy(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 198)
    (Stuart, Page 195, Line 266-30). Married Name: de Mortagne. AKA: Batrix de
    Montdidier. Born: before 1054 in France, daughter of Hildouin, Comte
    d'Arcis-sur-Aube and Adlade=Alice, Countess de Roucy, Batrix is presumed
    to have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Juhanne was
    born. Married before 1069: Geoffroy II, Comte de Mortagne, son of Rotrou I,
    Vicomte de Chteaudun and Adlade de Domfront. Died: after 1129.
    356. Bermond II de Sauve(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 153)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). AKA: Bermond d'Anduze.
    Born: before 1019 in Sauve, Gard, Languedoc, France, son of Bernard,
    Seigneur de Sauve and Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers, Bermond II was live
    in the year 1020. Married before 1047 in Gard, Languedoc, France: Astrige,
    Dame d'Anduze, daughter of Pierre d'Anduze and N?. Died: 1054 in Rome,
    Italy.
    357. Astrige, Dame d'Anduze(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). Married Name: de
    Sauve. Born: before 1032 in Anduse, Gard, Languedoc, France, daughter of
    Pierre d'Anduze and N?, Astrige is presumed to have been at least 17 years
    old by the time her son Pierre Bermond was born. Married before 1047 in Gard,
    Languedoc, France: Bermond II de Sauve, son of Bernard, Seigneur de Sauve
    and Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers.
    384. Arnaud II, Comte de Comminges(Paul Theroff,
    posts) (Abbott, Page 347). Born: circa 1035, son of Roger I/II, Comte de
    Comminges and Aldane N?. Married before 1069: N?. Died: 1070.
    385. N?
    392. Pons II Guillaume, Count de Toulouse(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 55, 85) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 374-31.) (Paul Theroff,
    posts, 2 May 1994 at 14:37 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 371). AKA: Pons II, Count
    de Dijon. AKA: Pons II, Count d'Albi. Born: circa 990 in Languedoc, France,
    son of Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier. Married
    before 1037 in France: Marjorie N?; Marjorie was Pons II Guillaume's first
    wife. Married between 1044 and 1045 in France: Almodis de La Marche,
    daughter of Bernard, Count de La Marche and Amlie de Montignac; Pons III
    was Almodis' third husband. Divorced Almodis de La Marche: before 1053.
    Died: 1060 Pons III is buried at the Abbey de Saint-Sernin, in Toulouse,
    Languedoc, France.
    393. Almodis de La Marche(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 55,
    86) (Stuart, Page 233, Line 327-32). Married Name: de Toulouse. Married
    Name: de Lusignan. Married Name: de Barcelone. Born: circa 990, daughter of
    Bernard, Count de La Marche and Amlie de Montignac. Married before 1040:
    Hughes V de Lusignan, son of Hughes IV, Lord de Lusignan and Aldiarde de
    Thouars; Hughes V was Almodis' first husband. Married between 1044 and 1045
    in France: Pons II Guillaume, Count de Toulouse, son of Guillaume III, Count
    de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier; Pons III was Almodis' third husband.
    Divorced Pons II Guillaume, Count de Toulouse: before 1053. Married in 1053:
    Raymond-Brenger I, Count de Barcelone, son of Brenger-Raymond, Count de
    Barcelone and Sancha, de Gascogne; Raymond Brenger was Almodis' fourth
    husband. Almodis was Raymond-Brenger's second wife. Died: 16 Oct 1071 in
    Spain Almodis was murdered by her step-son Pierre-Raymond de
    Barcelone(Stuart, Page 233, Line 327-32).
    394. Alfonso VI, King de Castile(Stuart). Also Known
    As: Alphonse "Le Brave." AKA: Alfonso VI, King de Len. AKA: de Navarre.
    AKA: Alphonse de Castille. Born: 15 Jun 1040 in Spain, son of Fernando I,
    King de Castile and Sancha de Len. Note - between 1065 and 1109 in Spain:
    Spanish King of Len (1065-1109) and Castille (1072-1109), Alfonso VI was
    King of Navarre as well. He captured Toledo from the Moors extending his
    frontier to the Tagus River and the center of the Iberian peninsula in 1085.
    That same year (1085), he conquered Madrid. El Cid (1065 - 1109) lived
    during his reign. The marriage of his two daughters to French nobles
    resulted in the establishment of the Burgundian dynasties in Leon, Castille
    and Portugal. In 1093, he defeated Lisbon. Married in 1069 in Spain: Agns
    d'Aquitaine, daughter of Guillaume VI dit Guy, Comte de Poitou and Anne de
    Prigord. Significant-Other: Jimena Nuez before 1070 in Spain - Jimena was
    a concubine of Alfonso VI. Divorced Agns d'Aquitaine: in 1077. Married on 8
    May 1081: Constance de Bourgogne, daughter of Robert, Duke de Bourgogne and
    Hlie de Semur. Married before 1083: Chimne de Nuez y Guzman. Married in
    1093: Berthe de Bourgogne, daughter of Guillaume I, Comte de Vienne and ?tiennette
    de Barcelone. Married in 1098: Isabel=Zaida Alheje, daughter of Abn-Alheje,
    King de Dania and N?. Married in 1108: Batrice d'Aquitaine, daughter of
    Guillaume VI dit Guy, Comte de Poitou and Hildegarde de Bourgogne. Died: 29
    Jun 1109 in Toledo, Spain, at age 69 He is burried at the monastery of
    Sahegun.
    395. Chimne de Nuez y Guzman(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    85). Married Name: de Len. Married Name: de Castile. Born: before 1069
    Chimne is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter Gesloire was born. Married before 1083: Alfonso VI, King de
    Castile, son of Fernando I, King de Castile and Sancha de Len.
    396. Brenger II, Vicomte de Rods (above)
    397. Adyle=Adle, Vicomtesse de Carlat (above)
    398. Fouques Bertrand I, Count de Provence(Paul
    Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:12 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 606). Born:
    before 1010 in France, son of Guillaume II/III, Count de Provence and
    Gerberge de Bourgogne, Bertrand I is presumed to have been at least 10 years
    old when he married Bertrande. Occupation: between 1018 and 1042 in France
    Bertrand was Count of Provence in 1018 and Marquis de Provence from 1042.
    Married before 1025 in France: Bertrande de Toulouse, daughter of Guillaume
    III, Count de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier; Bertrand I and Bertrande are
    throught by some to have been the parents of Gerberge rather than Bertrand's
    brother Geofroy. PaterAlter circa 1025 Fouques Bertrand I, Count de Provence/Guillaume
    IV/VI dit Bertrand, Count de Forcalquier(Abbott, Page 606). Died: 27 Apr
    1051 in France.
    399. Bertrande de Toulouse(Paul Theroff, posts, 18
    July 1994 at 01:12 Hours). Married Name: de Provence. Married Name: de
    Forcalquier. Born: before 998 in Languedoc, France, daughter of Guillaume
    III, Count de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier, Bertrande is presumed to
    have been at least 10 years old when she married Bertrand I. Married before
    1025 in France: Fouques Bertrand I, Count de Provence, son of Guillaume
    II/III, Count de Provence and Gerberge de Bourgogne; Bertrand I and
    Bertrande are throught by some to have been the parents of Gerberge rather
    than Bertrand's brother Geofroy. MaterAlter: circa 1025 Guillaume IV/VI dit
    Bertrand, Count de Forcalquier/Bertrande de Toulouse(Abbott, Page 606).
    400. Auriel=Monse, Vicomte de La Barthe(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 243). Born: before 975, son of Arnaud II, Count d'Aure and N., Dame
    de Magnoac. Died: after 1020 Auriel was alive in the year 1020. Married
    before 1078: N?.
    401. N?
    416. Pedro Bernardo, Comte de Foix(Paul Theroff,
    posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08 Hours). AKA: Pierre
    Bernard, Comte de Consrans(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 138). AKA: Pierre, Comte de
    Foix(Abbott, Page 482). Born: between 1013 and 1035 in Amiens, Somme,
    Picardie, France, son of Bernard I, Count de Foix and Gersinde de Bigorre.
    Married before 1070: Amlie = Letgarde N?. Died: 1071.
    417. Amlie = Letgarde N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 138).
    Married Name: de Foix. Married Name: de Carcassonne. Born: before 1056
    Amlie is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Roger II was born. Married before 1070: Pedro Bernardo, Comte de Foix, son
    of Bernard I, Count de Foix and Gersinde de Bigorre.
    418. Guillaume II, Count de Besalu(Abbott, Page
    480). AKA: Guillermo II Trunus, Count de Ripoll(Paul Theroff, posts). Born:
    between 1022 and 1046 in Spain, son of Guillaume, Count de Besalu and Adlade
    N?, Guillermo II is presumed to have been at least 20 years old when he
    died. Married before 1064: ?tienette de Provence, daughter of Geofroy I,
    Count de Provence and ?tiennette=Douce de Gvaudan. Died: between 1066 and
    1070 Guillermo II was murdered.
    419. ?tienette de Provence. Married Name: de Besalu.
    Born: before 1050 in France, daughter of Geofroy I, Count de Provence and ?tiennette=Douce
    de Gvaudan, ?tienette is presumed to have been at least 20 years old when
    her husband Guillermo II was murdered. Married before 1064: Guillaume II,
    Count de Besalu, son of Guillaume, Count de Besalu and Adlade N?. Died:
    1085.
    420. Raymond-Brenger II, Count de Barcelone(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 86, 155) (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-31). AKA: Raymond Brenger,
    Count de Osona. AKA: Raymond Brenger, Count de Radez. AKA: Ramn "Cabeza de
    Estopa." AKA: Raymond-Brenger II, Count de Grone. AKA: Ramn-Brenger II,
    Count de Carcassonne. Born: 1055 in Spain, son of Raymond-Brenger I, Count
    de Barcelone and Almodis de La Marche. Married in 1078: Mahaut de Guiscard,
    daughter of Robert de Guiscard and Sikelgaita de Salerno. Died: 5 Dec 1082
    Raymond-Brenger II was assassinated by his half-brother. It is interesting
    that he was assassinated the year his male child was born.
    421. Mahaut de Guiscard(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 86,
    155) (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-31; Page 212, Line 296-31). Married Name: de
    Narbonne. AKA: Mathilde de Pouille. AKA: Mathilda of Apulia. AKA: Mathilde
    de Hauteville. Married Name: de Barcelone. Born: circa 1059, daughter of
    Robert de Guiscard and Sikelgaita de Salerno. Married in 1078: Raymond-Brenger
    II, Count de Barcelone, son of Raymond-Brenger I, Count de Barcelone and
    Almodis de La Marche. Married in 1084: Aimeri, Vicomte de Narbonne, son of
    Bernard Brenger, Vicomte de Narbonne and Foy, Vicomtesse de Rouergue. Died:
    between 1108 and 1112.
    422. Rodrigo Ruy Diaz de Bivar(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    207) (Stuart, 136, Line 179-31.) (Aug, Tome I, Page 372). AKA: Rodrigo,
    Count de Valencia. Also Known As: Rodrigo "El Cid." Also Known As: Rodrigo "Muy
    Ciel el Compeador." AKA: Rodrigo, Seor de Bibar. Born: between 1030 and
    1043, son of Diego Lainez, Seor de Bivar and Teresa Rodriguez. Married on
    14 Nov 1074: Doa Ximena de Gormas, daughter of Diego, Count de Orviedo and
    Christina Fernandez. Note - between 1081 and 1094: Rodrigo was a famous
    Knight of the 11th. Century, and the subject of the great Castilian epic
    poem. Known to the Moors as Cid (lord), he was exiled in 1081 by Alfonso VI,
    because of the jealousy of other nobles. In 1094, he seized Valencia from
    the Moors, and ruled as Lord until his death, whereupon his widow abandoned
    it to the Moors. He was given the title El Campeador. Died: 10 Jul 1099 in
    Spain.
    423. Doa Ximena de Gormas(Stuart, Page 137, Line
    180-30.) (Andr Roux: Scrolls). Married Name: de Bivar. AKA: Doa Jimina
    Diaz de Las Asturias. Born: circa 1054, daughter of Diego, Count de Orviedo
    and Christina Fernandez. Married on 14 Nov 1074: Rodrigo Ruy Diaz de Bivar,
    son of Diego Lainez, Seor de Bivar and Teresa Rodriguez. Died: 1115.
    424. Bernard-Raymond, Vicomte de Bziers(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls). AKA: Bernard-Raymond Trincavel. AKA: Raymond Bernard, Vicomte de
    Nmes(Abbott, Page 375, 395). AKA: Raymond Bernard Trincavel, Vicomte
    d'Albi(Abbott). AKA: Raymond Bernard Trencavel, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott).
    Born: before 1017 in Albigeois, Languedoc, France, son of Bernard Aton III,
    Vicomte d'Albi and N?, Bernard Raymond is presumed to have been at least 18
    years old by the time his daughter Isabel was born. Married before 1027 in
    France: Ermengarde, Comtesse de Carcassonne, daughter of Pedro=Pierre II,
    Count de Carcassonne and Rangarda de Toulouse. Died: 1074 Bernard-Raymond
    was alive in the year 1060.
    425. Ermengarde, Comtesse de Carcassonne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 151) (Abbott, Page 379). Married Name: de Bziers. AKA: Ermengarde,
    Vicomtesse d'Agde(Abbott). Born: before 1013 in Carcassonne, Aude,
    Languedoc, France, daughter of Pedro=Pierre II, Count de Carcassonne and
    Rangarda de Toulouse, Ermengarde is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her daughter Isabelle was born. Married before 1027 in
    France: Bernard-Raymond, Vicomte de Bziers, son of Bernard Aton III,
    Vicomte d'Albi and N?. Note - in 1067: Ermengarde was the sister of, and
    inherited the lands of Roger III, Count of Carcassonne.
    426. Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de
    Forcalquier(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 148). AKA: Bertrand I, Count de
    Forcalquier(ibid) (Stuart, Page 213, Line 298-32). AKA: Bertrand II, Count
    d'Avignon. AKA: Bertrand II, Count de Montfort. AKA: Bertrand, Count
    d'Embrun. AKA: Bertrand II, Count de Provence. PaterAlter before 1051
    Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de Forcalquier/Guillaume III, Count de
    Toulouse. MaterAlter: before 1051 Emm de Forcalquier/Bertrand II dit
    Fouques, Count de Forcalquier. Born: before 1051 in France, son of Fouques
    Bertrand I, Count de Provence and Bertrande de Toulouse. Married before Feb
    1061: Eldarde=Hildegarde N?. Died: between 1090 and 1094.
    427. Eldarde=Hildegarde N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    148) (Stuart, Page 147, Line 197-34). Married Name: de Forcalquier. Born:
    before 1010 Eldarde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his son Guillaume IV was born. Died: after 23 Jun 1040. Married before
    Feb 1061: Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de Forcalquier, son of Fouques
    Bertrand I, Count de Provence and Bertrande de Toulouse.
    --- 10th Generation ---
    512. Richard I, Vicomte de Rods(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 105, 183) (Stuart, Page 274, Line 402-34). AKA: Richard II, Vicomte
    de Milhaud Richard I was Vicomte de Millau in the year 1018(Abbott, Page
    325). Born: before 970 in Guyenne, France, son of Brenger, Vicomte de
    Millau and N?, Richard I is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when
    he married Sngonde. Married circa 980: Sngonde, Viscomtesse de Bziers,
    daughter of Guillaume, Count de Bziers and Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?. Died:
    after 1049 Richard I was alive in the year 1049.
    513. Sngonde, Viscomtesse de Bziers(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106). Married Name: de Rods. Born: before 970, daughter of
    Guillaume, Count de Bziers and Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?, Sngonde is
    presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married Richard.
    Married circa 980: Richard I, Vicomte de Rods, son of Brenger, Vicomte de
    Millau and N?. Died: before 1013(Stuart, Page 165).
    514. Brenger I, Vicomte de Narbonne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 161, 245) (Stuart, Page 161, Line 218-34). Born: before 995 in
    France, son of Raymond, Vicomte de Narbonne and Ricarde de Rodez, Brenger I
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old when he married Garsinde.
    Married in 1010: Garsinde de Besalu, daughter of Bernard I, Count de Besalu
    and Toda de Provence. Died: 1067(Abbott, Page 393).
    515. Garsinde de Besalu(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 161,
    245) (Stuart, Page 161, Line 218-34). Married Name: de Narbonne. Born:
    between 992 and 1000 in Besalu, Barcelona, Spain, daughter of Bernard I,
    Count de Besalu and Toda de Provence, Garsinde is presumed to have been at
    least 10 years old when she married Brenger I. Married in 1010: Brenger I,
    Vicomte de Narbonne, son of Raymond, Vicomte de Narbonne and Ricarde de
    Rodez.
    516. Gilbert I, Vicomte de Carlat(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-34.) (Abbott, Pages 325, 448).
    Born: before 988 in Carlat, Auvergne, France, son of Bernard II, Vicomte de
    Carlat and Adlade de Millau. Died: after 988 Gilbert I was alive in the
    year 988. Occupation: between 996 and 1031 Gilbert I was Vicomte de Carlat
    at the time of King Robert's reign (996-1031). Married before 1004: Agns,
    Viscountess de Mels.
    517. Agns, Viscountess de Mels(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-34). Married Name: de Carlat. Born: before
    990 in France Agns is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time her son Gilbert II was born. Married before 1004: Gilbert I, Vicomte de
    Carlat, son of Bernard II, Vicomte de Carlat and Adlade de Millau.
    518. Odon, Vicomte de Lodve(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    183) (Stuart, Page 204, Line 282-34). Born: before 995 in Languedoc, France,
    son of Antgarius, Vicomte de Lodve and N?, Odon is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Nobilie was born. Married
    before 1010 in France: Chimberge N?. Died: after 1048 Odon was alive in the
    year 1048.
    519. Chimberge N?(ibid). Married Name: de Lodve.
    Born: before 995 Chimberge is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time her daughter Nobilie was born. Married before 1010 in France: Odon,
    Vicomte de Lodve, son of Antgarius, Vicomte de Lodve and N?.
    576. Begon de Scorailles(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 230).
    Born: before 1010 in France Begon is presumed to have been at least 20 years
    old when he made his Testament. Died: after 1030 Begon's Testament is dated
    in the year 1030, and he is presumed to have been alive at that time.
    Married before 1070: N?.
    577. N?
    592. Archambaud II, Vicomte de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Page 432). AKA: Archambaud, Vicomte de Ventadour(Abbott).
    Born: before 1009 in Rouen, Normandie, France, son of Ebles I, Vicomte de
    Comborn and Batrix de Normandie, Archambaud II was born before his brother
    Ebles. Married before 1038 in France: Rotberge de Rochechouart, daughter of
    Aimery II, Seigneur de Rochechouart and Ermessinde de Champagne. Died: 1059
    According to Andr Roux, Archambaud II was killed in 1059, but Abbott [on
    Page 432] lists 1099 as the year Archambaud II died. On page 439, Abbott
    indicates that Archambaud died circa 1059.
    593. Rotberge de Rochechouart(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    136, 212, 228). Married Name: de Comborn. Born: before 1028 in Rochechouard,
    Limousin, France, daughter of Aimery II, Seigneur de Rochechouart and
    Ermessinde de Champagne, Rotberge is presumed to have been at least 10 years
    old when she married Archambaud II. Married before 1038 in France:
    Archambaud II, Vicomte de Comborn, son of Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn and
    Batrix de Normandie. Died: after 1095 Rotberge was alive in the year 1095.
    594. Hughes de Cours(Andr Roux: Scrolls). Born:
    before 1063 in France, son of Pierre de Cours and N?, Hughes is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Ermengarde was
    born. Married before 1078: Aine de Barmont.
    595. Aine de Barmont(ibid). Married Name: de Cours.
    Born: before 1063 Aine is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time her daughter Ermengarde was born. Married before 1078: Hughes de Cours,
    son of Pierre de Cours and N?.
    596. Aymar III, Vicomte de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls). Born: before 1063 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, France, son
    of Aymar II, Viscount de Limoges and Sngonde N?, Aymar III is presumed to
    have been born before his father was 50 years old. Married before 1085 in
    France: Umberge N?. Died: 1090(Abbott, Page 435).
    597. Umberge N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 137). Married
    Name: de Limoges. Born: before 1052 Umberge was alive in the year 1052.
    Married before 1085 in France: Aymar III, Vicomte de Limoges, son of Aymar
    II, Viscount de Limoges and Sngonde N?. Died: after 1086 Umberge was alive
    in the year 1086.
    598. Wulgrin II/III, Count d'Angoulme; Lindemans
    shows this Wulgrin as Wulgrin III (Andr Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 65,
    Line 87-29.) (Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., by Marian Sampson [Prodigy ID#
    RTNL57A], posted in Subject "Fitzalan", 25 March 1997 at 04:36 Hours, citing
    "Voorouders in der Middeleeuwen" by Leo Lindemans.) (Abbott, Page 458). Also
    Known As: Wulgrin "Taillefer." Born: 1089 in France, son of Guillaume III,
    Count d'Angoulme and Vitapont, Dame de Benauges. Married before 1097 in
    France: Ponce de La Marche, daughter of Roger de Montgommery and Almodis de
    La Marche. Married before 1140: Aimable de Chtellerault, daughter of Aimery
    I, Vicomte de Chtellerault and Dangerose de l'Isle-Bouchard; Aimable was
    Vulgrin II's second wife. Died: 16 Nov 1140.
    599. Ponce de La Marche(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 55, 87)
    (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-29). Married Name: d'Angoulme. Born: before 1083
    in Normandie, France, daughter of Roger de Montgommery and Almodis de La
    Marche, Ponce is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter was born. Married before 1097 in France: Wulgrin II/III, Count
    d'Angoulme, son of Guillaume III, Count d'Angoulme and Vitapont, Dame de
    Benauges. Died: 1140.
    600. Guillaume Talleyrand, Comte de Prigord(Abbott,
    Page 330). Born: before 1084 in Prigord, France, son of Hlie IV, Count de
    Prigord and Gasconie N?, Guillaume is presumed to have been at least 18
    years old by the time his son, Hlie V, was born. Married before 1101: N?.
    601. N?
    640. Bernard II, Seigneur d'Anduze (above)
    641. Adlas de Mandagout (above)
    642. Raymond I, Count de Melgueil(Stuart, Page 151,
    Line 203-31). Born: before 1035 in France, son of Bernard III, Count de
    Melgueil and Adle, Countess de Substantion, Raymond I is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Ermengarde was born.
    Married before 1050: Batrix de Poitou, daughter of Guillaume III, Comte de
    Poitou and Agns, Princess de Lombardie. Died: circa 1079.
    643. Batrix de Poitou(ibid) (Paul Theroff, posts,
    07 June 1995 at 14:11 Hours). Married Name: de Melgueil. Born: between 1019
    and 1030 in France, daughter of Guillaume III, Comte de Poitou and Agns,
    Princess de Lombardie. Married before 1050: Raymond I, Count de Melgueil,
    son of Bernard III, Count de Melgueil and Adle, Countess de Substantion.
    Died: 1109.
    672. Guillaume III, Lord de Montpellier(Stuart, Page
    110, Line 150-33). Born: circa 1001 in Bourgogne, France, son of Guillaume
    II Bernard, Seigneur de Montpellier and Bliarde N?. Married before 1030 in
    France: Bliarde N?. Died: circa 1067(Abbott, Page 392).
    673. Bliarde N?(Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February
    1995 at 15:14 Hours). Married Name: de Montpellier. Born: before 1015 Bliarde
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son,
    Guillaume IV, was born. Married before 1030 in France: Guillaume III, Lord
    de Montpellier, son of Guillaume II Bernard, Seigneur de Montpellier and Bliarde
    N?.
    676. Raymond I, Count de Melgueil (above)
    677. Batrix de Poitou (above)
    678. Pons II Guillaume, Count de Toulouse (above)
    679. Almodis de La Marche (above)
    680. Oberto II, Marchese de Savona(Stuart, Page 81,
    Line 106-33). AKA: Oberto II, Margrave de Ligurie. Born: before 1030, son of
    Oberto I, Lord de Savona and N?, Oberto II is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time his son Teto II was born. Married before 1045: Batrice
    de Ramagnano, daughter of Odelrico, Marchese de Ramagnano and N?. Died:
    after 1062.
    681. Batrice de Ramagnano(Stuart). Married Name: de
    Savona. Born: before 1030, daughter of Odelrico, Marchese de Ramagnano and
    N?, Batrice is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    son Teto II was born. Married before 1045: Oberto II, Marchese de Savona,
    son of Oberto I, Lord de Savona and N?.
    682. Ulrich=Manfredo II, Marquis de Turin(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 119) (Stuart, Page 225, Line 315-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts,
    "9th/10th Centy.Kings" posted on 18 February 1994 at 01:03 Hours). AKA:
    Manfredo II, Marquis de Susa. Born: before 1000 in Italy, son of Manfredo I,
    Marquis de Turin and Prangarda di Canossa, Ulrich is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Adlade was born. Married
    before 1014: Berthe d'Este, daughter of Humbert=Oberto I, Count de Genoa and
    Railinda de Como. Died: 23 Dec 1035 in Turin, Italy.
    683. Berthe d'Este(Stuart, Page 71, Line 93-33.)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February 1995 at 15:14 Hours). Married Name: de
    Turin. AKA: Berta degli Obertenghi. Born: before 1001 in Este, Liguria,
    Italy, daughter of Humbert=Oberto I, Count de Genoa and Railinda de Como,
    Berthe is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter Adlade was born. Married before 1014: Ulrich=Manfredo II, Marquis
    de Turin, son of Manfredo I, Marquis de Turin and Prangarda di Canossa.
    Died: 29 Dec 1037.
    684. Henri I, King de France(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    79) (Elizabeth M. Hallam, Capetian France: 987 - 1328 in ISBN: 0-582-48909-1
    (Burnt Mill, Harlow, Essex, UK: Longman Group, Ltd., 1980), Page 73.)
    (Stuart, Page 99, Line 134-32.) (von Redlich, Marcellus Donald R., Pedigrees
    and Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants in ISBN: 0-8063-0494-4
    (1001 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202: Genealogical Publishing
    Co., Inc., 1996), Page 125). AKA: Henry I, Comte de Paris. AKA: Henry I,
    Duke de Bourgogne(Abbott, Page 198). Born: 1008 in Bourgogne, France, son of
    Robert II, King de France and Constance de Provence. Note - between 1031 and
    1060 in France: King: 1031-1060. Until about 1044, Henri I was preoccupied
    with Odo II, Count of Blois, who was trying to make good his own claim to
    the Kingdom of Burgundy, and the nobles of the Ile-de-France. In disputes
    with his younger brother Robert goaded by the malicious hatred of his mother
    Constance for Henri, Henri managed to keep his crown thanks to the help of
    Robert Le Diable, Duke of Normandy. Henry pardoned his brother, and gave him
    the Duchy of Bourgogne, thus forming the first Capetian House of Bourgogne.
    In 1033, Henry concluded an alliance with the Emperor Conrad II, but the
    Count of Blois took the side of Odo, the King's youngest brother who had
    been left landless. They, in turn, rallied a coalitions of nobles in
    opposition to Henry. In 1034, after savage fighting, Odo of Blois submitted
    thanks to the vigorous actions of Robert "Le Magnifique", but the war broke
    out soon afterwards. In July, 1034, Constance died.
    In 1037 Odo of Blois died while fighting in
    Lorraine, and his lands were divided between his two sons, Theobald I who
    took Blois and Stephen who was given Troyes and Meaux. The King was
    victorious against them, and Eudes (Henri's brother) was captured and
    incarcerated in Orlans in 1039; Stephen defeated and his ally, the Count of
    Vermandois was imprisoned. The Comte de Blois would lose Touraine to the
    Comte d'Anjou, Henri's ally. The King took control of Sens together with the
    abbeys of Saint-Pre at Chlons, and Saint-Mdard at Soissons. In 1043,
    Emperor Henri III of Germany and King Henri I of France meet in Ivois to
    arrange a lasting peace (shortly after Henry III married Agns de
    Bourgogne). By 1046, while relations between the Emperor and the King of
    France soured -- the Emperor apparently still miffed at Henri I's having
    fomented a revolt against the imperial crown in 1044 by the lords of
    Franche-Comt and of Bourgogne, Guillaume, the young Duke de Normandie,
    requests the royal assistance of the King to quell a rebellion by the lords
    of lower Bourgogne led by Renouf, Vicomte de Bessin and Gui, son of the
    Comte de Bourgogne, titular fief of Brionne. In 1047 at Val-s-Dunes, just
    South of Caen, William fighting at the King's side is victorious and erects
    the Chapel de Sainte-Paix near Caen to commemorate the occasion. Gui de
    Brionne would require 3 more years of fighting to tame. In 1050, Henry I
    fought against Geoffrey Martel of Anjou with the help of William, Duke de
    Normandie. In Northern France, he was therefore able to contain the threats
    from Blois-Champagne and to profit from the involvement of Normandy and
    Anjou against one another. He consolidated his power within the royal
    principality, but his broader schemes, particularly for regaining Lorraine
    were not so successful. Married before 1033: Mathilde, Princess of Germany,
    daughter of Conrad II, King of Germany and Gisle de Souabe; Mathilde was
    Henri I's first of three wives. Married in 1043: Mathilda de Saxe, daughter
    of Ludwig von Braunschweig and Gertrude von Egisheim(Hallam, Page 72).
    Married on 19 May 1051 in Reims, Marne, Champagne, France: Anne, Queen de
    France, daughter of Yaroslav, Grand Duke of Kiev and Ingigerd-Irene,
    Princess of Sweden; According to Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners": After 7
    years of being a widower, Henri I, King de France marries Anne de Russie,
    daughter of the Grand-Duke de Kiev, Jaroslaf Vladimirovitch. Henri is 39
    years old and Anne is 27 years old. She is marvelously beautiful.
    However, von Redlich's "Pedigrees of some of the
    Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants" claims that Henri I and Anne were married
    circa 29 January 1044 [id est, immediately after Henri I's second wife died.
    Died: 4 Aug 1060 in Vitry-en-Brie, France, Some French history text indicate
    that Henri I died in Vitry-aux-Loges. Henri I is buried at Saint Denis.
    Buried: 24 Aug 1060.
    685. Anne, Queen de France(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 79)
    (Stuart, Page 104, Line 143-31.) (von Redlich, Page 63). AKA: Anne de Russie.
    AKA: Anna=Agns Jaroslawna. Married Name: de Valois. AKA: Anne de Kiev.
    Born: 1036 in Kiev, Ukraine, daughter of Yaroslav, Grand Duke of Kiev and
    Ingigerd-Irene, Princess of Sweden. Married on 19 May 1051 in Reims, Marne,
    Champagne, France: Henri I, King de France, son of Robert II, King de France
    and Constance de Provence; According to Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners":
    After 7 years of being a widower, Henri I, King de France marries Anne de
    Russie, daughter of the Grand-Duke de Kiev, Jaroslaf Vladimirovitch. Henri
    is 39 years old and Anne is 27 years old. She is marvelously beautiful.
    However, von Redlich's "Pedigrees of some of the
    Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants" claims that Henri I and Anne were married
    circa 29 January 1044 [id est, immediately after Henri I's second wife died.
    Married circa 1061 in France: Raoul III, Comte de Valois, son of Raoul II,
    Count de Crpy and Adle de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis; Anne was Raoul III's
    third wife and he her second husband as she was the widow of Henri I when
    she married Raoul. When Henri I died on 4 August 1060, Anne, 36 years old,
    was still considered quite lovely. It is said that she had herself whisked
    off by Raoul Comte de Crpy and de Valois, as he in turn, repudiated his
    wife, Haquenez. She complains to Pope Alexander II, who would excommunicate
    Raoul. Died: between 1076 and 1089 in France Anna is buried at the Abbey of
    Villiers in La Fert-Alais on the Essonne, 19-km from Corbeil, in the Seine
    & Oise Department, France.
    686. Herbert IV, Count de Vermandois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 112) (Stuart, Page 175, Line 239-31). AKA: Herbert IV, Seigneur de
    Saint-Quentin(Abbott, Page 127). AKA: Herbert, Count de Vexin. AKA: Hribert
    IV, Count de Valois. Born: circa 1032 in France, son of Othon, Comte de
    Vermandois and Pavie N?. Married before 1060: N?; She was Herbert IV's first
    wife. Married before 1062: Adle, Countess de Crpy, daughter of Raoul III,
    Comte de Valois and Alix de Bar-sur-Aube; Adle was Herbert IV's second
    wife. Died: circa 1080.
    687. Adle, Countess de Crpy(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    112) (Stuart, Page 196, Line 268-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 15 September
    1994 at 00:16 Hours). AKA: Adle de Vexin. Married Name: de Vermandois. AKA:
    Adle, Countess de Valois(Abbott, Pages 56). Born: before 1043, daughter of
    Raoul III, Comte de Valois and Alix de Bar-sur-Aube, Adle was alive in the
    year 1043. Married before 1062: Herbert IV, Count de Vermandois, son of
    Othon, Comte de Vermandois and Pavie N?; Adle was Herbert IV's second wife.
    Note - in 1074 in France: Adle became the heiress of the countship of
    Valois when her brother Simon became a monk, and her father redistributed
    the lands. Died: 1118 Adle was alive in the year 1118.
    688. Robert, Duke de Bourgogne; Robert became Duke
    de Bourgogne in 1032 (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 79, 116) (Stuart, Page 113, Line
    154-33.) (Castelot, Tome 2, Page 490.) (Abbott, Page 198). Also Known As:
    Robert "Le Vieux." AKA: Robert, Prince de France. Born: 1011 in France, son
    of Robert II, King de France and Constance de Provence. Married in 1033:
    Hlie de Semur, daughter of Dalmace, Sire de Semur and Aremburge de Vergy;
    Robert and Hlie were alive together in the year 1042. Robert was alive in
    the year 1043. Repudiated: Hlie de Semur in 1046. Married in 1048:
    Ermengarde d'Anjou, daughter of Foulques III, Count d'Anjou and Hildegarde
    de Metz. Died: 21 Mar 1076 in Fleury-sur-Ouche, Normandie, France.
    689. Hlie de Semur(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 79, 116,
    130) (Stuart, Page 63, Line 85-31). AKA: Alice, Dame de Semur(Abbott, Page
    206). Married Name: de Bourgogne. AKA: ?lanor de Semur-en-Auxerre. Born:
    1016 in Semur, Sane-et-Loire, Bourgogne, France, daughter of Dalmace, Sire
    de Semur and Aremburge de Vergy. Married in 1033: Robert, Duke de Bourgogne,
    son of Robert II, King de France and Constance de Provence; Robert and Hlie
    were alive together in the year 1042. Robert was alive in the year 1043.
    Repudiated: Robert, Duke de Bourgogne in 1046. Died: 22 Apr 1056.
    690. Renaud I, Comte de Bourgogne; The Franche-Comt
    or County of Bourgogne corresponded to the regions now constituting the dpartement
    of Jura and those of Haute-Sane and Doubs excluding the County of Montbliard.
    The Capital of the Comt was Dle but became Besanon following the
    acquisition of the province by France in the Seventeenth Century.
    The province had been established since the Stone
    Age. From the Fourth Century BC, the inhabitants were the Squanes, a Celtic
    tribe. At odds with most of their neighbors, they imprudently sought the aid
    of the Barbarian Chief Arioviste who threatened to become master of Gaul.
    Saved by Julius Caesar in 58 BC, the soon became impatient of Roman
    discipline and rallied to Vercingtorix. Following the defeat at Alsia in
    52 BC, the Romans retook control. The region became part of the Roman
    province of Squanaise.
    Having survived the invasions of the Second and
    Third centuries, the province was occupied in 457 by the Burgunds who
    established a kingdom. In 534, after their final defeat by the Franks, this
    kingdom disappeared. Troubled under the Merovingians, the province found
    peace under Charlemagne and was administered by counts, the Archbishop and
    missi dominici. The Monastery of Saint-Clause became an important force.
    Part of the province was given to western Gaul by the Treaty of Meersen in
    870, but became again imperial in the following decade. The control of Boson
    de Provence was only temporary but in 888 Rodolphe Welf was elected King of
    Burgundy, a kingdom which comprised not only the province but also other
    regions such as western Switzerland. The province was ravaged by Hungarians
    who in 937 put Besanon, Luxeuil and Mandeure to the torch. The weakness of
    the kings of Burgundy facilitated the acquisition of power by the local
    seigneurs. The province comprised several pays, Varais, Amous, ?cuens [later
    Montagne], Portois, a part of Ajoie, the deaneries of Sexte and Atuyer and
    the city of Besanon. From 914, Hughes "Le Noir", brother of Raoul, Duke of
    Burgundy and King of France, held the Varais and was able to dominate a
    large part of the province which was, on Raoul's death, annexed to the duchy
    of Burgundy. Following Hughes' death, Burgundy passed to his son-in-law
    Gilbert, whilst the lands to the East of the Sane went to Aubri de Narbonne,
    Comte de Mcon, whose son Lieutaud was perhaps also a son-in-law of Hughes.
    From Lieutaud, these lands passed to Othe Guillaume,
    son of his daughter, as did also Mcon, the latter indirectly. It was either
    Othe Guillaume or his son, Raynaud, who was the first to style himself Comte
    de Bourgogne. The counties of Varasque, Portois, Scodingue [?cuens], and
    Amous were abolished and viscounts installed at Besanon, Vesoul, Salins and
    Gray (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 123, 149) (Abbott, Pages 504 - 505). AKA: Raymond
    de Mcon(Abbott). Born: 990 in France, son of Otto-Guillaume, Duke de
    Bourgogne and Ermentrude de Reims. Married before 1 Sep 1016: Adlise=Judith
    de Normandie, daughter of Richard II, Duke de Normandie and Judith de
    Bretagne. Died: 3 Sep 1057 in France.
    691. Adlise=Judith de Normandie(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 123, 149) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 June 1995 at 18:28 Hours).
    Married Name: de Bourgogne. Born: circa 1002 in Normandie, France, daughter
    of Richard II, Duke de Normandie and Judith de Bretagne. Married before 1
    Sep 1016: Renaud I, Comte de Bourgogne, son of Otto-Guillaume, Duke de
    Bourgogne and Ermentrude de Reims. Died: after 1 Jul 1037(Stuart, Page 135).
    692. Renaud I, Comte de Bourgogne (above)
    693. Adlise=Judith de Normandie (above)
    694. Raymond II, Count de Barcelone(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 123). Born: before 1020 in Spain Raymond II is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter ?tiennette was born.
    Married before 1035: Sancha de Navarre.
    695. Sancha de Navarre(ibid). Married Name: de
    Barcelone. Born: before 1020 in Spain Sanche=Sancha is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time her daughter ?tiennette was born. Married
    before 1035: Raymond II, Count de Barcelone.
    696. Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 114, Line 156-32.) (Abbott, Page 432). AKA: Ebles,
    Vicomte de Ventadour(Abbott). AKA: Ebles, Vicomte de Turenne(Abbott). Born:
    circa 978 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Orlanais, France, son of Archambaud I,
    Vicomte de Comborn and Sulpicie de Turenne. Married between 999 and 1000:
    Batrix de Normandie, daughter of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor,
    Dame de Bolbec; Batrix was Ebles I's first wife. Divorced Batrix de
    Normandie: before 1028. Married before 1029 in France: Ptronille N?; Ptronille
    was Ebles I's second wife and they had no issue. Died: 1030.
    697. Batrix de Normandie(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125,
    136, 149). Married Name: de Comborn. Born: before 985 in France, daughter of
    Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec, Batrix is presumed
    to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son, Guillaume, was born.
    Married between 999 and 1000: Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn, son of Archambaud
    I, Vicomte de Comborn and Sulpicie de Turenne; Batrix was Ebles I's first
    wife. Divorced Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn: before 1028. Died: 18 Jan 1035.
    708. Rotrou I, Vicomte de Chteaudun(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 167) (Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-31). AKA: Rotrou, Comte du
    Perche(Abbott, Page 138). AKA: Rotrou I, Seigneur de Nogent-le-Rotrou(Abbott).
    AKA: Rotrou, Comte de Dunois(Abbott). AKA: Rotrocus, Comte de
    Mortagne-au-Perche(K.S.B. Keats-Rohan (Ed), Family Trees and the Roots of
    Politics: The Prosopography of Britain and France from the Tenth to the
    Twelfth Century , ISBN: 0-85115-625-8, (Rochester, NY: Boydell & Brewer,
    Inc., 1997), Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs
    alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 262). Born: before 1005 in Chteaudun,
    Orlanais, France, son of Geoffroi II/IV, Vicomte de Chteaudun and ?lizabeth=Hlvise
    de Carbon, Rotrou I was alive in the year 1005. Married before 1041: Adlade
    de Domfront, daughter of Ghrin = Warin, Lord de Mortagne-au-Perche and Mlisende,
    Countess de Chteaudun. Died: 1074 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Normandie,
    France,(Abbott, Page 102).
    709. Adlade de Domfront(Stuart, Page 185, Line
    249-31). AKA: Adeliz de Bellme. Married Name: de Chteaudun. Born: before
    1026 in France, daughter of Ghrin = Warin, Lord de Mortagne-au-Perche and
    Mlisende, Countess de Chteaudun. Married before 1041: Rotrou I, Vicomte de
    Chteaudun, son of Geoffroi II/IV, Vicomte de Chteaudun and ?lizabeth=Hlvise
    de Carbon.
    710. Hildouin, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 135, 198, 254) (Stuart, Page 195, Line 266-31.) (Paul Theroff,
    posts, 04 February 1995 at 15:14 Hours). AKA: Hildouin IV, Comte de
    Montdidier(Stuart, Page 195, Line 266-31). AKA: Hildouin IV, Seigneur de
    Ramru. Born: circa 1010 in France, son of Hildouin III, Comte de Montdidier
    and Lesseline N?. Married in 1031: Adlade=Alice, Countess de Roucy,
    daughter of Ebles I, Vidme de Reims and Adlade=Batrix de Hainaut; Adle
    brought Roucy to the Count of Montdidier as dowry, enriching his land
    holdings. Occupation: between 1061 and 1068 Hildouin IV was also the Count
    de Montdidier (Picardie, France) Seigeur de Ramru in 1061 then Count de
    Ramru in 1063, and obtained Roucy in dowry from his marriage to Adlade.
    Died: between 1063 and 1068 E.S. [via Paul Theroff] suggests that Hildouin
    died in 1063.
    711. Adlade=Alice, Countess de Roucy(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 135, 198, 254) (Stuart, Page 128, Line 170-31). AKA: Isabelle de
    Roucy. Born: circa 1014 in Roucy, Champagne, France, daughter of Ebles I,
    Vidme de Reims and Adlade=Batrix de Hainaut. Married in 1031: Hildouin,
    Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube, son of Hildouin III, Comte de Montdidier and
    Lesseline N?; Adle brought Roucy to the Count of Montdidier as dowry,
    enriching his land holdings. Died: between 1062 and 1063.
    712. Bernard, Seigneur de Sauve(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). AKA: Bernard I,
    Seigneur d'Anduze(Abbott, Page 378). AKA: Bernard, Seigneur de Sommires.
    Born: before 955 in Anduze, Gard, Languedoc, France, son of Aleradus,
    Seigneur de Sauve and Blitgarde N?, Bernard is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time his son Bermond II was born. Married before
    1012 in Languedoc, France: Ermengarde N?; Ermengarde was Bernard I's first
    wife. Married in 1013 in Languedoc, France: Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers,
    daughter of Guillaume, Count de Bziers and Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?; Garsinde
    was Bernard I's second wife. Died: between 1020 and 1029 in Sommires, Gard,
    Languedoc, France, Sommires is 24 km from Nmes on the Vidourie River.
    713. Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 138). Married Name: de Carcassonne. Married Name: de Sauve. AKA:
    Garsinde, Vicomtesse d'Agde(Abbott, Page 375). AKA: Garsinde de Bziers(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours).
    Born: before 978 in Bziers, Hrault, Languedoc, France, daughter of
    Guillaume, Count de Bziers and Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?, Garsinde is presumed
    to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son, Pedro, was born.
    Married before 990: Raymond I, Count de Carcassonne, son of Roger I,
    Seigneur de Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue. Married in 1013 in
    Languedoc, France: Bernard, Seigneur de Sauve, son of Aleradus, Seigneur de
    Sauve and Blitgarde N?; Garsinde was Bernard I's second wife. Died: after
    1029 Garsinde was alive in the year 1029.
    714. Pierre d'Anduze(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 153).
    Born: before 1017 in Anduze, Gard, Languedoc, France Pierre is presumed to
    have been at least 20 years old by the time his daughter was born. Married
    before 1036: N?.
    715. N?
    768. Roger I/II, Comte de Comminges(Paul Theroff,
    posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:11 Hours.) (Abbott, Page
    347). Born: circa 1003, son of Arnaud II, Comte de Comminges and N?. Married
    before 1034: Aldane N?. Died: 1035.
    769. Aldane N?(Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted
    on 21 March 1995 at 02:11 Hours). Married Name: de Comminges. Born: before
    1020 Aldane is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    son, Arnaud II, was born. Married before 1034: Roger I/II, Comte de
    Comminges, son of Arnaud II, Comte de Comminges and N?.
    784. Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 85, 148) (Stuart, Page 232, Line 326-32). Also Known As: Guillaume
    "Taillefer"(Abbott, Page 371). Born: circa 947, son of Raimond de Toulouse
    and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou, The assertion that the parents of Guillaume III
    were Waymond III Pons and Garsinde is severely challenged. Numerous
    scholarly documents dmonstrate that Guillaume III was the son of a more
    recent Raymond, who in turn was the son of Raymond III and Garsinde. The
    earliest filliation of this relationship is the "Codex de Roda" dated
    992(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: "
    Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 247).
    MaterAlter: circa 947 Garsinde de Gascogne/Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse.
    PaterAlter circa 947 Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse/Raymond III, Count de
    Toulouse. Married circa 975 in France: Arsinde d'Anjou, daughter of Fouques
    II, Count d'Anjou and Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais. Married in 1019: Emm
    de Forcalquier, daughter of Robaud III, Count de Forcalquier and Ermengarde=?mildis
    de Gvaudan; Emm was Guillaume's second wife. Died: Oct 1037. PaterAlter
    before 1051 Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse/Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count
    de Forcalquier.
    785. Emm de Forcalquier(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 85,
    148) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 375-32). Married Name: de Toulouse. AKA: Emma
    de Provence(ibid) (Abbott, Page 606). Born: before 975, daughter of Robaud
    III, Count de Forcalquier and Ermengarde=?mildis de Gvaudan, Emm is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Pons III was
    born. Married in 1019: Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse, son of Raimond de
    Toulouse and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou; Emm was Guillaume's second wife.
    MaterAlter: before 1051 Bertrand II dit Fouques, Count de Forcalquier/Emm
    de Forcalquier. Died: after 1063.
    786. Bernard, Count de La Marche(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 55) (Abbott, Page 423). AKA: Bernard, Count de Prigord. Born:
    before 975, son of Audebert I, Count de La Marche and Almodis de Limoges,
    Bernard is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his
    daughter Almodie was born. Married before 990 in Poitou, France: Amlie de
    Montignac, daughter of Grard de Montignac and Nonia=Noa de Granol. Died:
    1047.
    787. Amlie de Montignac(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 55)
    (Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., Teresa Smith [KFDD12B] note posted 30 May
    1995 at 21:30 Hours). Married Name: de La Marche. Born: before 975 in
    France, daughter of Grard de Montignac and Nonia=Noa de Granol, Amlie is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Almodis
    was born. Married before 990 in Poitou, France: Bernard, Count de La Marche,
    son of Audebert I, Count de La Marche and Almodis de Limoges. Died: between
    1053 and 1058.
    788. Fernando I, King de Castile(Stuart, Page 183,
    Line 248-32). AKA: Fernando I, King de Len. Also Known As: Fernando "El
    Grande." Born: 1016, son of Sancho Garcia III, King de Navarre and Major=Mua=Elvira,
    Countess de Castile(Stuart). Married on 30 Nov 1032 in Spain: Sancha de
    Len, daughter of Alfonso V, King de Len and Elvira Menendez de Galicia; By
    this marriage, the Crowns of Castile, Len, Galicia and the Asturias were
    united. Note - between 1037 and 1065 in Spain: Fernando I was the King of
    Castille and of Len from 1037 to 1065. Died: 27 Dec 1065 in Leon, Spain, He
    is burried at the Cathedral of Saint Isidoro de Leon(Stuart).
    789. Sancha de Len(Stuart) (Paul Theroff, posts,
    Posting in Subject "Spain & Portugal" on 5 March 1994 at 03:29 Hours).
    Married Name: de Castile. Born: circa Jul 1013, daughter of Alfonso V, King
    de Len and Elvira Menendez de Galicia(Stuart). Married on 30 Nov 1032 in
    Spain: Fernando I, King de Castile, son of Sancho Garcia III, King de
    Navarre and Major=Mua=Elvira, Countess de Castile; By this marriage, the
    Crowns of Castile, Len, Galicia and the Asturias were united. Died: 7 Nov
    1067 in Fromista, Spain, Sancha is burried at the Church of Saint Martin of
    Fromista(Stuart).
    796. Guillaume II/III, Count de Provence(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 114, 123) (Paul Theroff, posts, 2 May 1994 at 14:37 Hours.)
    (Abbott, Page 606). AKA: Guillaume II, Count d'Arles. Note -: Guillaume
    acquired lands from his maternal Uncle Drozon, Bishop of Puy. Born: between
    983 and 984 in Provence, France, son of Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence
    and Arsinde de Comminges. Married circa 1002: Gerberge de Bourgogne,
    daughter of Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne and Ermentrude de Reims. Died:
    1018 Guillaume II/III is buried at Montmajour(ibid).
    797. Gerberge de Bourgogne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 114,
    123) (Paul Theroff, posts, 2 May 1994 at 14:37 Hours). Married Name: de
    Provence. Born: circa 985, daughter of Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne and
    Ermentrude de Reims(Stuart, Page 213). Married circa 1002: Guillaume II/III,
    Count de Provence, son of Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence and Arsinde de
    Comminges. Died: between 1020 and 1023 in France.
    798. Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse (above)
    799. Emm de Forcalquier (above)
    800. Arnaud II, Count d'Aure(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    243). AKA: Arnaud II, Count de Magnoac. Born: before 952, son of Garcie=Oriol,
    Count d'Aure and Fachilne d'Astarac, Arnaud II was alive in the year 952.
    Married before 975: N., Dame de Magnoac. Died: after 975 Arnaud II was alive
    in the year 975.
    801. N., Dame de Magnoac(ibid). Married Name: d'Aure.
    Born: before 960 She is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time her son Auriel was born. Married before 975: Arnaud II, Count d'Aure,
    son of Garcie=Oriol, Count d'Aure and Fachilne d'Astarac.
    832. Bernard I, Count de Foix(Stuart, Page 111, Line
    151-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08
    Hours.) (Abbott, Page 482). AKA: Bernard, Count de Carcassonne(Abbott). AKA:
    Bernard Rodger, Count de Consrans. AKA: Bernard, Count de Bigorre. AKA:
    Bernard Roger I, Seigneur de Foix. Born: before 995 in Foix, Arige, Foix,
    France, son of Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue,
    Bernard I is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son
    Bernard II was born. Married circa 1010: Gersinde de Bigorre, daughter of
    Garcia Arnaldo, Comte de Bigorre and Ricarde d'Astarac. Died: circa
    1035(ibid).
    833. Gersinde de Bigorre(Stuart, Page 111, Line
    151-32; Page 166, Line 227-33.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 17 July 1994 at 19:02
    Hours.) (Abbott, Page 346). Married Name: de Foix. Note -: Gersinde was the
    heiress of Bigorre. Born: before 980 in Tarbes, Hautes Pyrnes, Bigorre,
    France, daughter of Garcia Arnaldo, Comte de Bigorre and Ricarde d'Astarac,
    Gersinde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Bernard II was born. Married circa 1010: Bernard I, Count de Foix, son of
    Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue. Died: after 1038.
    836. Guillaume, Count de Besalu(Abbott). Born:
    between 993 and 1015 in Spain, son of Bernard I, Count de Besalu and Toda de
    Provence, Guillermo I is presumed to have been at least 20 years old by the
    time his daughter Adlade was born. Married in 1020: Adlade N?(Paul
    Theroff, posts). Died: circa 1052(ibid).
    837. Adlade N?. Married Name: de Besalu. Born:
    before 1005 in France Adlade is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old when she married Guillermo I. Married in 1020: Guillaume, Count de
    Besalu, son of Bernard I, Count de Besalu and Toda de Provence(ibid).
    838. Geofroy I, Count de Provence(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 114) (Paul Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:11 Hours). AKA:
    Geofroy, Count d'Arles. AKA: Godfrey I, Count d'Arles. Born: between 1004
    and 1009 in Provence, France, son of Guillaume II/III, Count de Provence and
    Gerberge de Bourgogne. Married before 1024 in France: ?tiennette=Douce de Gvaudan,
    daughter of Bertrand, Comte de Marseille and N?. Died: 1063(Abbott, Page
    606).
    839. ?tiennette=Douce de Gvaudan(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 114) (Paul Theroff, posts, 12 September 1994 at 00:57 Hours). AKA:
    ?tienette de Marseille. Married Name: de Provence. Born: before 1007 in
    Berge, Languedoc, France, daughter of Bertrand, Comte de Marseille and N?, ?tienette
    is presumed to have been born before her father was 50 years old. Married
    before 1024 in France: Geofroy I, Count de Provence, son of Guillaume
    II/III, Count de Provence and Gerberge de Bourgogne.
    840. Raymond-Brenger I, Count de Barcelone(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 55, 85) (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts).
    Also Known As: Ramn "El Viejo." AKA: Raymond-Brenger I, Count de Grone.
    AKA: Raymond-Brenger I, Count de Carcassonne. Born: 1023 in Spain, son of
    Brenger-Raymond, Count de Barcelone and Sancha, de Gascogne. Married before
    1042 in France: Isabelle de Nmes, daughter of Bernard-Raymond, Vicomte de
    Bziers and Ermengarde, Comtesse de Carcassonne; Isabelle was Raymond-Brenger
    I's first wife. Married before 16 Mar 1051 in Spain: Blanca N?; Blanca was
    Raymond-Brenger I's second wife. Divorced Blanca N?: in 1052 in Spain.
    Married in 1053: Almodis de La Marche, daughter of Bernard, Count de La
    Marche and Amlie de Montignac; Raymond Brenger was Almodis' fourth
    husband. Almodis was Raymond-Brenger's second wife. Died: 26 May 1076 in
    Barcelone, Spain.
    841. Almodis de La Marche (above)
    842. Robert de Guiscard(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 86,
    155) (Stuart, Page 212, Line 296-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 16 July 1994 at
    01:59 Hours.) (Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., by Kenneth Roberts [ID#:
    JNTF74A], "Normandy", posted on 05 August 1995 at 01:31 Hours). AKA: Robert,
    Duke de Pouille. AKA: Robert, Duke de Calabre. AKA: Robert, Duke de Sicile.
    AKA: Robert Guiscard, Count de Hauteville. Born: circa 1020 in Hauteville,
    Ain, Bourgogne, France, son of Tancrde, Comte de Hauteville and Frdesende
    de Normandie, Some sources indicate that Robert was born in 1015 rather than
    circa 1020. Married in 1051: Albrade de Pouille, daughter of Renaud I,
    Comte de Bourgogne and Adlise=Judith de Normandie; Albrade was Robert
    Guiscard's first wife. Divorced Albrade de Pouille: between 1057 and 1058.
    Married in 1058 in France: Sikelgaita de Salerno, daughter of Gaimar IV,
    Prince de Salerno and Porpora de Tabellaria; Sikelgaita was Robert's second
    wife. Died: 17 Jul 1085 in Bithymia, Nicea, Turkey.
    843. Sikelgaita de Salerno(Stuart, Page 213, Line
    297-32.) (Andr Roux: Scrolls). Married Name: de Guiscard. Born: 1025,
    daughter of Gaimar IV, Prince de Salerno and Porpora de Tabellaria. Married
    in 1058 in France: Robert de Guiscard, son of Tancrde, Comte de Hauteville
    and Frdesende de Normandie; Sikelgaita was Robert's second wife. Died: 27
    Jul 1090.
    844. Diego Lainez, Seor de Bivar(Stuart, Page 136,
    Line 179-32). AKA: Diego Lainez. Born: before 1015, son of Lain Nuez, Lord
    de Castile and N?, Diego is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time his son Rodrigo was born. Married before 1030: Teresa Rodriguez,
    daughter of Roderigo Alvarez, Count des Asturies and Theresa Lainez de
    Castile. Note - on 29 Oct 1047: Diego witnessed a charter of Cardea on 29
    October 1047. He fought against the Navarrese. Died: circa 1058.
    845. Teresa Rodriguez(ibid). Married Name: de Bivar.
    Born: before 1015, daughter of Roderigo Alvarez, Count des Asturies and
    Theresa Lainez de Castile, Teresa is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her son Rodrigo was born. Married before 1030: Diego Lainez,
    Seor de Bivar, son of Lain Nuez, Lord de Castile and N?. Died: after 1043.
    846. Diego, Count de Orviedo(Stuart). Born: before
    1039 in Spain Diego is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his daughter Ximena was born. Married before 1054: Christina Fernandez,
    daughter of Fernando Gundemariz and Ximena de Len.
    847. Christina Fernandez(ibid). Married Name: de
    Orviedo. Born: before 1039, daughter of Fernando Gundemariz and Ximena de
    Len, Christina is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time
    her daughter Ximena was born. Married before 1054: Diego, Count de Orviedo.
    848. Bernard Aton III, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott, Page
    377). AKA: Bernard Aton II, Vicomte de Nmes(Abbott). Born: before 999 in
    Albigeois, Languedoc, France, son of Aton II, Vicomte d'Albi and N?, Bernard
    Aton III is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his son,
    Raymond Bernard, was born. Married before 1016: N?. Died: 1060(Abbott).
    849. N?
    850. Pedro=Pierre II, Count de Carcassonne(Paul
    Theroff, posts, 18 July 1994 at 01:12 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 379). AKA: Pedro
    Ramon, Vicomte de Bziers. AKA: Pierre Raimond, Vicomte d'Agde(Abbott).
    Born: before 993 in Carcassonne, Aude, Languedoc, France, son of Raymond I,
    Count de Carcassonne and Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers, He is presumed to
    have been at least 20 years old by the time his daughter Ermengarde was
    born. Married before 1012 in France: Rangarda de Toulouse, daughter of
    Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier. Died: circa 1060.
    851. Rangarda de Toulouse(Paul Theroff, posts, 18
    July 1994 at 01:12 Hours). Married Name: de Carcassonne. Born: before 998 in
    France, daughter of Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse and Emm de Forcalquier,
    Ramangarda is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter, Ermengarde, was born. Married before 1012 in France: Pedro=Pierre
    II, Count de Carcassonne, son of Raymond I, Count de Carcassonne and
    Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers.
    852. Fouques Bertrand I, Count de Provence (above)
    853. Bertrande de Toulouse (above)
    --- 11th Generation ---
    1024. Brenger, Vicomte de Millau(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 274. Line 402-35.) (Abbott, Page 325). Born:
    before 937 in France, son of Bernard II, Vicomte de Carlat and Adlade de
    Millau. Married before 970 in France: N?. Died: after 1000 Brenger I was
    alive in the year 1000.
    1025. N?
    1026. Guillaume, Count de Bziers(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 106). AKA: Guillaume, Vicomte d'Agde(Abbott, Page 375). Born:
    before 952 in Agadais, Languedoc, France, son of Reinold II, Viscount de
    Bziers and N?, Guilaume was alive in the year 969 and he is presumed to
    have been at least 18 years old by the time his daughter, Sngonde, was
    born. Married before 969 in Languedoc, France: Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?. Died:
    after 1013.
    1027. Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    106). Married Name: de Bziers. Born: before 955 in Languedoc, France
    Arsinde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter, Sngonde, was born. Married before 969 in Languedoc, France:
    Guillaume, Count de Bziers, son of Reinold II, Viscount de Bziers and N?.
    1028. Raymond, Vicomte de Narbonne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 160. Line 218-35.) (Abbott, Page 393). Born: before
    967 in Languedoc, France, son of Manfred = Matfrid, Vicomte de Narbonne and
    Adlas de Toulouse. Married before 994: Ricarde de Rodez, daughter of
    Hughes de Rodez and N?. Died: after 1023 Raymond was alive in the year 1023.
    1029. Ricarde de Rodez(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 161)
    (Stuart, Page 160, Line 218-35). Married Name: de Narbonne. Born: Before 980
    in France, daughter of Hughes de Rodez and N?, Ricarde is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Brenger I was born. Married
    before 994: Raymond, Vicomte de Narbonne, son of Manfred = Matfrid, Vicomte
    de Narbonne and Adlas de Toulouse. Died: after 1023 Ricarde was alive in
    the year 1023.
    1030. Bernard I, Count de Besalu(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 245) (Stuart, Page 244, Line 347-35.) (Abbott, Pages 479 - 480).
    AKA: Bernard I, Count de Ripoll. Also Known As: Bernard "Taillefer." Born:
    before 982, son of Oliva II, Count de Cerdagne and Ermengarde des Ampurias,
    Bernard I is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when he married
    Toda. Married in 992: Toda de Provence, daughter of Guillaume I/II, Count de
    Provence and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou. Died: 1020(Abbott).
    1031. Toda de Provence(Stuart, Page 244, Line
    347-35). Married Name: de Besalu. Born: 985 in France, daughter of Guillaume
    I/II, Count de Provence and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou. Married in 992: Bernard
    I, Count de Besalu, son of Oliva II, Count de Cerdagne and Ermengarde des
    Ampurias. Died: after 997.
    1032. Bernard II, Vicomte de Carlat(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-35.) (Abbott, Page 448). AKA:
    Bernard, Vicomte de Millau(Abbott). AKA: Bernard, Vicomte de Gvaudan(Abbott).
    Born: before 914 in Auvergne, France, son of Richard I=Grard, Vicomte de
    Carlat and N?, Bernard II was alive in the years 914 and 952. Married before
    936 in Carlat, Auvergne, France: Adlade de Millau. Died: after 987 Bernard
    II was alive in the years 980 and 987.
    1033. Adlade de Millau(Stuart, Page 274, Line
    402-36). Married Name: de Carlat. Born: before 922 She is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Brenger I was born. Married
    before 936 in Carlat, Auvergne, France: Bernard II, Vicomte de Carlat, son
    of Richard I=Grard, Vicomte de Carlat and N?.
    1036. Antgarius, Vicomte de Lodve(Stuart). Born:
    before 980 in France Antgarius is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time his son Odon was born. Married before 995: N?.
    1037. N?
    1184. Ebles I, Vicomte de Comborn (above)
    1185. Batrix de Normandie (above)
    1186. Aimery II, Seigneur de Rochechouart(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 228) (Abbott, Page 417). Born: before 1010 in France, son of
    Aimery, Vicomte de Limoges and Ave N?, Aimery II was alive in the years 1037
    - 1047, and is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his
    daughter Rotberge was born. Married before 1027 in France: Ermessinde de
    Champagne, daughter of Foucaud de Champagne and N?. Died: after 1047.
    1187. Ermessinde de Champagne(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    228). Married Name: de Rochechouart. Born: before 1013 in France, daughter
    of Foucaud de Champagne and N?, Ermessinde is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time her daughter Rotberge was born. Married before 1027
    in France: Aimery II, Seigneur de Rochechouart, son of Aimery, Vicomte de
    Limoges and Ave N?.
    1188. Pierre de Cours(Andr Roux: Scrolls). Born:
    before 1048 in Cours, Agnois, France Pierre is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time his son Hughes was born. Married before 1063:
    N?.
    1189. N?
    1192. Aymar II, Viscount de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Abbott, Page 435). Born: before 1013 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne,
    Limousin, France, son of Guy I, Vicomte de Limoges and Emm=Anne de Limoges,
    Aymar is presumed to have been born before his father was 50 years old.
    Married before 1030: Sngonde N?; Aymar II and Sngonde were alive
    together in the year 1030. Died: after 1030.
    1193. Sngonde N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 137).
    Married Name: de Limoges. Born: before 1020 in Limousin, France Sngonde is
    presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she married Aymar II.
    Married before 1030: Aymar II, Viscount de Limoges, son of Guy I, Vicomte de
    Limoges and Emm=Anne de Limoges; Aymar II and Sngonde were alive together
    in the year 1030. Died: after 1030.
    1196. Guillaume III, Count d'Angoulme(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 87) (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-30.) (Abbott, Page 458). AKA:
    Guillaume V, Count d'Angoulme. Also Known As: Guillaume III "Taillefer"(Genealogy
    BB of Prodigy Svcs., Posted by Robert Carver, MGC [Prodigy ID# CQGW37A]
    under Subject "Fitzalan", on 12 April 1997 at 13:38 Hours, and citing Lord
    Mountbatten's handwritten document on "The Plantagenet Ancestry"). AKA:
    Guillaume III, Seigneur de Montausier(Abbott, Page 469). Born: circa 1065 in
    Aquitaine, France, son of Fouques, Count d'Angoulme and Condohe Vgena.
    Married in 1086: Vitapont, Dame de Benauges, daughter of Amanieu, Sire de
    Benauges and N?. Died: 6 Apr 1120 in France While other sources indicate
    that Guillaume III died 6-Apr-1120, Lord Mountbatten [Via Robert Carver]
    shows he died 6-Apr-1122(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., Posted by Robert
    Carver, MGC [Prodigy ID# CQGW37A] under Subject "Fitzalan", on 12 April 1997
    at 13:38 Hours, and citing Lord Mountbatten's handwritten document on "The
    Plantagenet Ancestry").
    1197. Vitapont, Dame de Benauges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 87) (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-30.) (Abbott, Page 311). Married
    Name: d'Angoulme. Born: before 1074 in France, daughter of Amanieu, Sire de
    Benauges and N?, Vitapont is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time her son Wulgrin II was born. Roderick Stuart's Royalty for
    Commoners has her birth year at 1086 which makes her all of three years old
    when her son Wulgrin was born (1089). Stuart confused Vitapont's date of
    marriage with her date of birth. Married in 1086: Guillaume III, Count
    d'Angoulme, son of Fouques, Count d'Angoulme and Condohe Vgena. Died:
    after 1089.
    1198. Roger de Montgommery(Stuart, Page 238.) (Leana
    Randall, a Prodigy Bulletin Board Member [ID#GRMG48A], was active in posting
    lengthy lines since July 1994, Posting in Subject "Peverell", 22 July 1994
    at 00:54 Hours). Also Known As: Roger "Le Poitevin." AKA: Roger, Vicomte
    d'Exmes. AKA: Roger, Earl of Arundel. AKA: Roger, Comte de La Marche. AKA:
    Roger III, Count of Lancaster. Note -: Roger III was the Earl of Arundel and
    Shrewsbury as well as Viscomte of Exemes and Lord of Lancaster. A companion
    of William The Bastard (The Conqueror as the British would have it), Roger
    was exiled from England by Henry I in 1102. Born: circa 1054 in Wales, son
    of Roger, Seigneur de Montgommery and Mabile, Comtesse de Bellme. Married
    before 1082 in France: Almodis de La Marche, daughter of Audebert II, Comte
    de La Marche and Ponce N?; Almodis was Roger's second wife. Died: 1123 in
    France Roger Le Poitevin is burried at Grestain(Stuart, Page 238).
    1199. Almodis de La Marche(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 36,
    55). AKA: Adlade de Breteuil. Married Name: de Montgommery. Born: before
    1068 in Breteuil, Haute Marche, France, daughter of Audebert II, Comte de La
    Marche and Ponce N?, Almodis is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time her daughter Ponce was born. Married before 1082 in France:
    Roger de Montgommery, son of Roger, Seigneur de Montgommery and Mabile,
    Comtesse de Bellme; Almodis was Roger's second wife.
    1200. Hlie IV, Count de Prigord(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 83) (Abbott, Page 330). Born: before 1066, son of Audebert II,
    Count de Prigord and Arceline N?, Hlie IV is presumed to have been at
    least 18 years old by the time his son, Guillaume, was born. Married before
    1083 in France: Gasconie N?. PaterAlter before 1102 Hlie IV, Count de Prigord/Hlie
    V, Count de Prigord. Died: circa 1104 Hlie IV became Count in the year
    1086(ibid).
    1201. Gasconie N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 83). Married
    Name: de Prigord. Married before 1083 in France: Hlie IV, Count de Prigord,
    son of Audebert II, Count de Prigord and Arceline N?. Born: before 1087
    Gasconie is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Hlie IV was born. MaterAlter: before 1102 Hlie V, Count de Prigord/Gasconie
    N?.
    1284. Bernard III, Count de Melgueil(Stuart, Page
    151, Line 203-32). Born: before 989 in France, son of N?, Count de Melgueil
    and N?, Bernard III was alive in the year 989. Married before 1035: Adle,
    Countess de Substantion. Died: circa 1055.
    1285. Adle, Countess de Substantion(ibid). Married
    Name: de Melgueil. Born: before 1020 in France Adle is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Raymond I was born. Married
    before 1035: Bernard III, Count de Melgueil, son of N?, Count de Melgueil
    and N?. Died: 1066.
    1286. Guillaume III, Comte de Poitou(Stuart) (Paul
    Theroff, posts, 07 June 1995 at 14:11 Hours.) (Abbott, Pages 303, 402). Also
    Known As: Guillaume "Le Grand." AKA: Guillaume V, Duke d'Aquitaine. Born:
    circa 969, son of Guillaume IV, Duke d'Aquitaine and Emma de Blois(Stuart).
    Married circa 997: Almodis=Adle de Gvaudan, daughter of ?tienne, Comte de
    Gvaudan and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou; Almodis was Guillaume III/V's first
    wife. Married in 1011: Sanche de Gascogne, daughter of Garcia I, Count de
    Castile and Sancha Abba de Ribagorza; Sanche was Guillaume III's second
    wife. Married in 1019: Agns, Princess de Lombardie, daughter of
    Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne and Ermentrude de Reims; Guillaume's
    marriage to Agns was his third. Died: 31 Jan 1030 Guillaume died a
    monk(Stuart).
    1287. Agns, Princess de Lombardie(Stuart) (Paul
    Theroff, posts, 07 June 1995 at 14:11 Hours). AKA: Agns de Bourgogne.
    Married Name: d'Anjou. Born: circa 995 in Lombardie, Italy, daughter of
    Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne and Ermentrude de Reims(Stuart, Page 117).
    Married in 1019: Guillaume III, Comte de Poitou, son of Guillaume IV, Duke
    d'Aquitaine and Emma de Blois; Guillaume's marriage to Agns was his third.
    Married in 1032 in France: Geoffroi II, Count d'Anjou, son of Foulques III,
    Count d'Anjou and Hildegarde de Metz; Geoffroi II was Agns' second husband.
    Died: 10 Nov 1068 in Italy(Stuart, Page 117).
    1344. Guillaume II Bernard, Seigneur de
    Montpellier(Andr Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 110, Line 150-34.) (Abbott,
    Page 392). Born: before 990 in Bourgogne, France, son of Guillaume I,
    Seigneur de Montpellier and N?. Married before 1001: Bliarde N?. Died:
    between 1019 and 1025.
    1345. Bliarde N?(Stuart, Page 110, Line 150-34).
    Married Name: de Montpellier. Born: before 986 Bliarde is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Guillaume III was born.
    Married before 1001: Guillaume II Bernard, Seigneur de Montpellier, son of
    Guillaume I, Seigneur de Montpellier and N?.
    1360. Oberto I, Lord de Savona(Stuart). AKA: Oberto
    I, Margrave de Ligurie. Born: before 1004, son of Anselm I, Marchese de
    Savona and Gisela of Vincenza, Oberto I was alive in the year 1004. Married
    before 1030: N?. Died: circa 1035.
    1361. N?
    1362. Odelrico, Marchese de Ramagnano(Stuart). AKA:
    Odelrico, Marchese de Turin. Born: before 1015, son of Guido, Marchese de
    Turin and N?, Odelrico is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his daughter Batrice was born. Married before 1030: N?. Died: after
    1064 Odelrico was alive in the years 1040 and 1064.
    1363. N?
    1364. Manfredo I, Marquis de Turin(Paul Theroff,
    posts, "9th/10th Centy.Kings" posted on 18 February 1994 at 01:03 Hours).
    Born: before 981 in Italy, son of Ardouin=Ardvino, Count di Turino and N. di
    Mosezzo, Manfredo I is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when he
    married Prangarda. Married before 8 Mar 991: Prangarda di Canossa, daughter
    of Otton II, Count di Canossa and N?. Died: circa 1000.
    1365. Prangarda di Canossa(Stuart, Page 225, Line
    315-35). Married Name: de Turin. Born: before 981, daughter of Otton II,
    Count di Canossa and N?, Prangarda is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when she married Mandredo I. Married before 8 Mar 991: Manfredo I,
    Marquis de Turin, son of Ardouin=Ardvino, Count di Turino and N. di Mosezzo.
    1366. Humbert=Oberto I, Count de Genoa(Stuart). AKA:
    Humbert, Count de Tortone. AKA: Humbert, Marquis of Italy. AKA: Humbert,
    Marquis d'Este. Born: before 955 in Italy, son of Alberto=Azzo, Count de
    Lucca and Guilla de Spoleto, Humbert is presumed to have been at least 15
    years old by the time his son Alberto Azzo I was born. Married before 970:
    Railinda de Como, daughter of Wiprand, Count de Como and N?. Died: between
    1014 and 1021.
    1367. Railinda de Como(ibid). Married Name: de
    Genoa. Born: before 955 in Italy, daughter of Wiprand, Count de Como and N?,
    Railinda is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Alberto Azzo I was born. Married before 970: Humbert=Oberto I, Count de
    Genoa, son of Alberto=Azzo, Count de Lucca and Guilla de Spoleto.
    1368. Robert II, King de France(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    79, 80, 114) (Hallam, Page 71.) (Stuart, Page 99, Line 134-33.) (Castelot,
    Tome I, Pages 439 - 449; Tome II, Page 490). Also Known As: Robert "Le Pieux."
    AKA: Robert II, Duke de Bourgogne Arms: "Band d'or et d'azur  six pices
    la bordure de gueules"(Abbott, Page 198). Born: between 27 Mar 970 and 972
    in Orlans, Loiret, Orlanais, France, son of Hughes II, King de France and
    Adlade de Poitiers, Some sources indicate that Robert II was born in the
    year 972 while other indicate the date 27 March 970 which would make his
    birth some three months after his father, Hughes Capet's, marriage to his
    mother, Adlade. Married in 989: Rosla=Suzanne, Princess of Italy,
    daughter of Brenger II, King of Italy and Willa d'Arles; It is considered a
    strange idea on the part of Hughes that his young son should marry a woman
    who was some 32-years [some say she was even 37 years] older than Robert. In
    988, she had become the widow of Arnoul II de Flandre. She is quite pretty
    but has "troubling" black eyes, but most importantly, she brings as dowry
    Montreuil-sur-Mer. This will allow the capetian sovereigns to have access to
    the French Channel. Repudiated: Rosla=Suzanne, Princess of Italy in 992 in
    France Robert II repudiated his wife because she was "an old woman", but he
    would keep the dowry of Montreuil-sur-Mer. Note - between 996 and 1031:
    Robert II became King of France upon the death of his father on 24 October
    996. In 1000, Angers is destroyed by fire. When the King's Uncle, Henri,
    Duke of Burgundy died without heir in 1002. Married in 997 in Tours, Indre-et-Loire,
    Touraine, France: Princess Berthe de Bourgogne, daughter of Conrad I, King
    de Bourgogne and Mahaut=Mathilde, Princess de France; Robert had made Berthe,
    the beautiful widow of the Count of Anjou, his mistress in 996. But because
    it was better to sin a little bit than to sin a lot, he married her as King.
    They are related in the third degree, and Robert is the godfather of one of
    Berthe's children. This spiritual relationship makes the marriage incestuous
    in the eyes of the Church. In 998, the Council, called by then Pope Gregory
    V, stipulates that Robert should leave Berthe forever, and do penance for 7
    years in accordance with the laws of the Church. In the midst of the
    deliberations, Gregory V dies and is replaced by Pope Sylvester II who is
    none other than the Monk, Gerbert, ancient mentor of the King. However,
    while the pronouncement of an anathema is lifted, the excommunication is
    maintained. In 1001, Robert concedes. Two years later, in 1003, he marries
    Constance. That same year on 7 February 1003, the old Queen Suzanne died.
    Repudiated: Princess Berthe de Bourgogne between 1001 and 1003. Married in
    1003 in France: Constance de Provence, daughter of Guillaume I/II, Count de
    Provence and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou; Constance was Robert II's third wife.
    Constance would immediately satisfy Robert's needs for a male heir by giving
    him four boys, but her cruelty [when Constance spotted one of her mentors
    accused of heresy opn his way to the pyre to be burned alive, she stepped up
    to him and pierced one of his eyes with the pin of her corsage] and Southern
    ways would alienated and antagonize the Court. The couple remained married
    beyond 1010, after Robert had been persuaded by Pope Sergius IV not to
    divorce Constance, but continued to quarrel until Robert's death. Hughes,
    their eldest son, was crowned in 1017, but died in 1025. The next son,
    Henry, was Robert's choice, but Constance favored their third son, Robert
    and fomented rebellions in his favor. Died: 20 Jul 1031 in Meulun, Seine-et-Oise,
    Ile-de-France, France, Robert II is buried at Saint Denis.
    1369. Constance de Provence(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 79,
    114) (Hallam, Page 73.) (Stuart, Page 236, Line 333-34). Married Name: de
    France. AKA: Constance d'Arles. AKA: Constance de Toulouse. Note -:
    Constance was an imperious and unscrupulous woman who polarized the French
    court into two factions: one favoring herself and the Angevin faction, the
    other Bertha and her sons. Soon after the death of Robert Le Pieux in 1031,
    Constance seized on behalf of her son and favorite Robert the towns and
    castles of Senlis, Sens, Bthisy, Dammartin, Le Puiset, Melun and Poissy.
    She bought the support of Odo II of Blois by handing over half of Sens to
    him. Henry, the designated and crowned heir to the throne fled for
    assistance to Robert the Magnificent, Duke of Normandy, and obtained help
    from Gulk de Nerra as well. Thus, Henry was able to regain Poissy, Le Puiset,
    and Constance surrendered to him. Her first cousin, Fulk Nerra had Hugues,
    Count de Beauvais (one of Bertha's sons) assassinated in 1008. In 1010, the
    King tried to divorce Constance, but was dissuaded from this by Pope Sergius
    IV. Born: circa 986 in Anjou, France, daughter of Guillaume I/II, Count de
    Provence and Adlas=Adle d'Anjou. Married in 1003 in France: Robert II,
    King de France, son of Hughes II, King de France and Adlade de Poitiers;
    Constance was Robert II's third wife. Constance would immediately satisfy
    Robert's needs for a male heir by giving him four boys, but her cruelty
    [when Constance spotted one of her mentors accused of heresy opn his way to
    the pyre to be burned alive, she stepped up to him and pierced one of his
    eyes with the pin of her corsage] and Southern ways would alienated and
    antagonize the Court. The couple remained married beyond 1010, after Robert
    had been persuaded by Pope Sergius IV not to divorce Constance, but
    continued to quarrel until Robert's death. Hughes, their eldest son, was
    crowned in 1017, but died in 1025. The next son, Henry, was Robert's choice,
    but Constance favored their third son, Robert and fomented rebellions in his
    favor. Died: 25 Jul 1032 in Meulan, Seine-et-Oise, Ile-de-France,
    France,(Stuart, Page 236). Buried: 28 Jul 1032.
    1370. Yaroslav, Grand Duke of Kiev(Aug, Tome I,
    Page 965.) (Stuart, Page 104, Line 143-32). AKA: Yaroslav Vladimirowitsch.
    AKA: Yaroslaw, Grand Duke of Russia. AKA: Jaroslaw, Great Prince of Kiev.
    Also Known As: Jaroslaw "The Wise." Born: 980 in Kiev, Ukraine, son of Saint
    Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev and Rognieda de Polotsk. Note - between 1015
    and 1054: Yaroslav was the Grand Duke of Russia from 1015 to 1054. He took
    lands back from Poland which the Poles had previously conquered from Russia.
    He fought frequently with his brothers. Married in Feb 1019 in Russia:
    Ingigerd-Irene, Princess of Sweden, daughter of Olaf III, King of Sweden and
    Astrid, Princess of the Obotrites. PaterAlter circa 1025 Yaroslav, Grand
    Duke of Kiev/Agatha von Braunschweig(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., posted
    by Robert Young [Prodigy ID# GCAW73D] under Subject "Edward the Exile" on
    the Genealogy Bulletin Board of the Prodigy Interactive Services, on 27
    December 1996 at 11:41 hours, citing athe current quarter's issue of the New
    England Historic & Genealogic Register). Died: 20 Feb 1053 in Kiev, Ukraine,
    Some sources indicate that Yaroslav died in 20 February 1054. He is buried
    in the cemetary of Saint Sophia which he built, in Russia. His demise marked
    the end of Norse rule of Kiev.
    1371. Ingigerd-Irene, Princess of Sweden(Stuart,
    Page 177, Line 240-32). Married Name: Kiev. Born: circa 1001 in Uppsala,
    Sweden, daughter of Olaf III, King of Sweden and Astrid, Princess of the
    Obotrites. Married in Feb 1019 in Russia: Yaroslav, Grand Duke of Kiev, son
    of Saint Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev and Rognieda de Polotsk. MaterAlter:
    circa 1025 Agatha von Braunschweig/Ingigerd-Irene, Princess of
    Sweden(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., posted by Robert Young [Prodigy ID#
    GCAW73D] under Subject "Edward the Exile" on the Genealogy Bulletin Board of
    the Prodigy Interactive Services, on 27 December 1996 at 11:41 hours, citing
    athe current quarter's issue of the New England Historic & Genealogic
    Register). Died: 10 Feb 1050 in Kiev, Ukraine.
    1372. Othon, Comte de Vermandois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 112) (Stuart, Page 175, Line 239-32). AKA: Eudes, Comte de
    Vermandois. AKA: Othon, Seigneur de Saint-Quentin(Abbott, Page 127). Born:
    circa 1000, son of Hribert III, Count de Vermandois and Ermengarde de Bar-sur-Seine.
    Note - in 1010: Othon was the Count de Vermandois in 1010. Married before
    1032: Pavie N?. Died: 25 May 1045.
    1373. Pavie N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 112) (Stuart,
    Page 175, Line 239-32). Married Name: de Vermandois. Born: before 1017 Pavie
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Herbert V
    was born. Married before 1032: Othon, Comte de Vermandois, son of Hribert
    III, Count de Vermandois and Ermengarde de Bar-sur-Seine.
    1374. Raoul III, Comte de Valois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 112) (Paul Theroff, posts, 15 September 1994 at 00:16 Hours). Also
    Known As: Raoul "Le Grand." AKA: Raoul, Count de Crpy. AKA: Raoul III,
    Count de Vitry. AKA: Raoul III, Count d'Amiens. AKA: Raoul III, Count du
    Vexin. Born: 1025, son of Raoul II, Count de Crpy and Adle de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis.
    Married before 1041 in France: Alix de Bar-sur-Aube, daughter of Nocher III,
    Count de Bar-sur-Aube and N?; Alix was Raoul III's first wife. Married
    before 1059: Haquenez N?; Haquenez was Raoul III's second wife. Married
    circa 1061 in France: Anne, Queen de France, daughter of Yaroslav, Grand
    Duke of Kiev and Ingigerd-Irene, Princess of Sweden; Anne was Raoul III's
    third wife and he her second husband as she was the widow of Henri I when
    she married Raoul. When Henri I died on 4 August 1060, Anne, 36 years old,
    was still considered quite lovely. It is said that she had herself whisked
    off by Raoul Comte de Crpy and de Valois, as he in turn, repudiated his
    wife, Haquenez. She complains to Pope Alexander II, who would excommunicate
    Raoul. Repudiated: Haquenez N? in 1061. Died: 23 Feb 1074 in Pronne, Somme,
    Picardie, France, Raoul III was buried at Crpy, France 8 Sep 1084.
    1375. Alix de Bar-sur-Aube(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 112)
    (Stuart, Page 82, Line 108-33). Married Name: de Valois. AKA: Adle de Bar.
    Born: before 1028, daughter of Nocher III, Count de Bar-sur-Aube and N?,
    Alix is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter
    Adle was born. Married before 1041 in France: Raoul III, Comte de Valois,
    son of Raoul II, Count de Crpy and Adle de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis; Alix
    was Raoul III's first wife. Died: 1053.
    1376. Robert II, King de France (above)
    1377. Constance de Provence (above)
    1378. Dalmace, Sire de Semur(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    116) (Stuart, Page 62, Line 85-32.) (Abbott, Page 206). Born: 970 in Semur,
    Brionnais, Bourgogne, France, son of Geoffroy I, Count de Semur and N. de
    Brioude. Married before 1010 in France: Aremburge de Bourgogne, daughter of
    Henri, Duke de Bourgogne and Mahaut de Chalon. Married before 1014 in
    France: Aremburge de Vergy, daughter of Grard, Count de Vergy and ?lizabeth
    de Chlon. Died: circa 1048 in France Dalmace was murdered by his
    son-in-law, Robert, Duke of Burgundy.
    1379. Aremburge de Vergy(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 116,
    130) (Stuart, Page 62, Line 85-32). Married Name: de Semur. Born: 960,
    daughter of Grard, Count de Vergy and ?lizabeth de Chlon. Married before
    1014 in France: Dalmace, Sire de Semur, son of Geoffroy I, Count de Semur
    and N. de Brioude.
    1380. Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 98, 123.) (Abbott, Page 506). AKA: Othon, Count de Nevers. AKA:
    Otton I, King de Lombardie. AKA: Othe Guillaume, Count de Mcon(Abbott).
    Note -: Otton-Guillaume was Count and then Duke de Bourgogne. Adelbert, Duke
    of Lombardie married Gerberge, Countess of Dijon. Their son Otto-Guillaume
    was adopted by Henri, Duke of Burgundy who died in 1001/1002, and who is
    Gerberge's second husband and the Uncle to King Robert II de France. Born:
    between 958 and 959 in France, son of Adelbert II, King de Lombardie and
    Gerberge=Garsinde de Chalon. Married before 973: Ermentrude de Reims,
    daughter of Renaud, Count de Reims and Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine;
    Ermentrude was Otton's first wife. PaterAlter circa 991 Otto-Guillaume, Duke
    de Bourgogne/Henri, Duke de Bourgogne Henri, Duke de Bourgogne, being
    without heir of his own, adopted Otto-Guillaume. Married before 1016:
    Arsinde=Adle dite Blanche d'Anjou, daughter of Geoffroy I = Gausfred, Count
    d'Anjou and Adlas de Vermandois; Otton was Adlas' Fourth husband and she
    was his second wife. Died: 21 Oct 1026 in Pouilly-sur-Sane, France, Otton-Guillaume
    is buried in Dijon. Some sources indicate that Otto-Guillaume died on 15
    October 1002.
    1381. Ermentrude de Reims(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 123,
    193, 269) (Stuart, Page 70, Line 92-33). AKA: Ermentrude de Roucy. Married
    Name: Ermentrude, Countess de Mcon. AKA: Ermentrude, Queen de Lombardie.
    Married Name: de Bourgogne. Born: 958 in Reims, Marne, Champagne, France,
    daughter of Renaud, Count de Reims and Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine, For
    reasons that are not clear the British call it Rheims rather than Reims.
    Married before 960: Albric=Aubri II, Count de Mcon, son of Litaud II,
    Count de Mcon and Ermengarde de Chalon. Married before 973: Otto-Guillaume,
    Duke de Bourgogne, son of Adelbert II, King de Lombardie and Gerberge=Garsinde
    de Chalon; Ermentrude was Otton's first wife. Died: 5 Mar 1005 Some sources
    indicate Ermentrude may have died in 1002.
    1382. Richard II, Duke de Normandie(Stuart, Page 67,
    Line 89-32; Page 134, Line 176-33.) (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 149, 168) (Paul
    Theroff, posts, 08 June 1995 at 18:26 Hours). Also Known As: Richard "Le
    Bon"(Abbott, Page 219). Born Illeg.: circa 958 in Normandie, France, -, son
    of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec, -. Married circa
    1000: Judith de Bretagne, daughter of Conan I, Duke de Bretagne and
    Ermengarde d'Anjou. Married in 1017: Estrid of Denmark, daughter of Svend I,
    King of England and Gunhild of Poland; Richard was Estrid's first husband.
    Repudiated: Estrid of Denmark circa 1019. Married between 1020 and 1027:
    Poppa N?; Poppa was Richard II's third wife. Died: 28 Aug 1027 in Fcamp,
    Seine-Infrieure, Normandie, France.
    1383. Judith de Bretagne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 149,
    168) (Stuart, Page 125, Line 167-33; Page 135, Line 176-32.) (Paul Theroff,
    posts, 07 June 1995 at 14:10 Hours). Married Name: de Normandie. AKA: Judith
    de Rennes. Born: 982 in Rennes, Bretagne, France, daughter of Conan I, Duke
    de Bretagne and Ermengarde d'Anjou. Married circa 1000: Richard II, Duke de
    Normandie, son of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec.
    Died: 16 Jun 1017.
    1392. Archambaud I, Vicomte de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125, 136) (Stuart, Page 114, Line 156-33.) (Abbott, Page 432). AKA:
    Archambaud II, Vicomte de Ventadour. AKA: Archambaud I, Vicomte de Turenne.
    Born: before 953 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Orlanais, France, son of Hugues
    II, Vicomte de Comborn and N?, Archambaud I is presumed to have been at
    least 10 years old when he began construction of the Chteau de Monceaux in
    963. Married circa 970 in France: Sulpicie de Turenne, daughter of Bernard,
    Vicomte de Turenne and Doda N?. Died: circa 993 Archambaud completed the
    construction of the Chteau de Monceaux in 992.
    1393. Sulpicie de Turenne; Sulpicie was the heiress
    of Turenne (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125, 136) (Stuart, Page 220, Line 308-33).
    Married Name: de Comborn. AKA: Sulpice, Dame de Tourns(Abbott, Page 438).
    Born: before 962 in Turenne, Guyenne, France, daughter of Bernard, Vicomte
    de Turenne and Doda N?, Sulpicie was alive in the year 962(Stuart, Page
    220). Married circa 970 in France: Archambaud I, Vicomte de Comborn, son of
    Hugues II, Vicomte de Comborn and N?. Died: after 975 Sulpicie was alive in
    the year 975.
    1394. Richard I, Duke de Normandie(Michael J.M.
    Raffin. Personal Research. References with "FHL" numbers refer to the
    microfilm number availble from the Family Home Library headquartered in Salt
    Lake City, with local branches, Encyclopedic Research) (Stuart, Page 124,
    Line 166-33.) (Andr Roux: Scrolls, 149, 195, 242) (Rosamond McKitterick,
    The Frankish kingdom under the Carolingians: 751-987 (Singapore: Longman
    Singapore Publishers Pte Ltd, (c) 1983), Page 238.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08
    June 1995 at 18:26 Hours). AKA: Richard, Regent de France Richard was the
    Regent of France from 956 to 960. Also Known As: Richard "Sans Peur;" "The
    Fearless" (Abbott, Page 219). Born: 933 in Fcamp, Caux, Normandie, France,
    son of Guillaume I, Duke de Normandie and Sprote de Bretagne. Note - between
    942 and 965: When in 942 Richard I's father William Longsword (Longue ?pe)
    was murdered at the instigation of Arnoul, Count of Flanders, Richard was
    still a minor. Louis IV and Hugh The Great both tried to seize Normandy, and
    Louis took charge of Richard. Richard escaped from his custody at Laon, and
    retook Rouen. From 947, Richard governed in relative peace and in 965, he
    swore allegiance to the Carolingian King Lothar. Officially married to Emma,
    daughter of Hugh the Great; they had no children, but from his common-law
    wife Gonnor, a Dane, they had many. Married between 956 and 960 in France:
    Emma de France, daughter of Hughes, dux Francorum and Hadwige, Princess de
    Saxe. Significant-Other: Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec before 958 -. Married in
    978: Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec, daughter of Herbastus de Crpon and N?; Lady
    Gonnor was Richard's common-law wife as Richard had no children with his
    wife Emma, daughter of Hugh the Great. Significant-Other: N? before 988 -
    She was a concubine of Richard I. Died: 20 Nov 996 in Fcamp, Caux,
    Normandie, France.
    1395. Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    36) (Stuart, Page 67, Line 89-33). Married Name: de Normandie. AKA: Gonnor,
    Dame de Crpon. Born: circa 936 in France, daughter of Herbastus de Crpon
    and N?, According to some sources, Lady Gonnor's parentage is unknown other
    than that her parents were Danes. Significant-Other: Richard I, Duke de
    Normandie before 958 -. Married in 978: Richard I, Duke de Normandie, son of
    Guillaume I, Duke de Normandie and Sprote de Bretagne; Lady Gonnor was
    Richard's common-law wife as Richard had no children with his wife Emma,
    daughter of Hugh the Great. Died: 1031 in France.
    1416. Geoffroi II/IV, Vicomte de Chteaudun(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-32.) (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees
    and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs
    alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 264). AKA: Geoffroy III, Comte du
    Perche(Abbott, Page 138). AKA: Geoffoi I, Seigneur de Nogent-le-Rotrou(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls). AKA: Geoffroy III, Comte de Dunois(Abbott, Page 102).
    MaterAlter: before 990 Hildegarde de Blois/Geoffroi II/IV, Vicomte de
    Chteaudun(Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-32). PaterAlter before 990 Geoffroi
    II/IV, Vicomte de Chteaudun/Hughes I, Vicomte de Chteaudun(ibid). Born:
    before 990 in Chteaudun, Orlanais, France, son of Gausfred = Geoffroi III,
    Vicomte de Chteaudun and Melisindis, Dame de Nogent-le-Rotrou, Geoffroi is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son Rotrou was
    born. The parentage of Geoffroi II [per Stuart] / III [per Sattipani is in
    dispute. Stuart shows him as the son of Hughes I by Hildegarde de Blois,
    whereas Settipani shows him to be the son of Geoffroi II by Melisendis.
    Married before 1005: ?lizabeth=Hlvise de Carbon, daughter of Fouques, Count
    de Carbon and N?. Note - circa 1033 in Perche, Maine, France: Geoffroy
    rebuilt the Chteau de Mortagne. Died: 1039 Geoffroi I was alive in the year
    1031, and was assassinated in 1039(Abbott, Page 102).
    1417. ?lizabeth=Hlvise de Carbon(Stuart, Page 185,
    Line 249-32). AKA: Hlvise de Mortagne Roderick Stuart in his Royalty for
    Commoners erroneously calls Mortagne "Montagne." Married Name: Helvidis de
    Chteaudun(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain:
    Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles",
    Page 262). Born: before 900, daughter of Fouques, Count de Carbon and N?, ?lizabeth
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Rotrou I
    was born. Married before 1005: Geoffroi II/IV, Vicomte de Chteaudun, son of
    Gausfred = Geoffroi III, Vicomte de Chteaudun and Melisindis, Dame de
    Nogent-le-Rotrou.
    1418. Ghrin = Warin, Lord de
    Mortagne-au-Perche(Stuart, Page 185, Line 249-31.) (Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    211). AKA: Gurin de Bellme. AKA: Warin, Seigneur de Domfront. AKA: Yves,
    Seigneur d'Alenon(Abbott, Page 224). Born: before 1011 in
    Mortagne-au-Perche, Normandie, France, son of Guillaume I dit Talvas, Count
    de Bellme and Mathilde, Dame de Cond-sur-Noireau, Gurin is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Adlade was born.
    Married before 1026: Mlisende, Countess de Chteaudun. Died: 1070(ibid).
    1419. Mlisende, Countess de Chteaudun(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 211). Married Name: de Mortagne-au-Perche. Born: before 1006 in
    France Mlisende is presumed to have been at least 20 years old when she
    died. Married before 1026: Ghrin = Warin, Lord de Mortagne-au-Perche, son
    of Guillaume I dit Talvas, Count de Bellme and Mathilde, Dame de Cond-sur-Noireau.
    Died: 1026.
    1420. Hildouin III, Comte de Montdidier(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 195, Line 266-32.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February
    1995 at 15:14 Hours). AKA: Hildouin III, Seigneur de Ramru. Also Known As:
    Hildouin "Comes." Born: before 992 in Picardie, France, son of Hildouin II,
    Count de Montdidier and N. de Dammartin. Married before 1010: Lesseline N?.
    Died: after 1037 Hildouin III was alive in the years 1033-1037.
    1421. Lesseline N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 198).
    Married Name: de Montdidier. Born: before 995 in France Lesseline is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Hildouin IV
    was born. Married before 1010: Hildouin III, Comte de Montdidier, son of
    Hildouin II, Count de Montdidier and N. de Dammartin.
    1422. Ebles I, Vidme de Reims(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Stuart, Page 127, Line 170-32). AKA: Ebles I, Comte de Reims. AKA: Ebles,
    Comte de Roucy. Born: circa 988 in Reims, Champagne, France, son of Gervais,
    Count de Chtillon-sur-Marne and N. de Poitiers. Married before 1014: Adlade=Batrix
    de Hainaut, daughter of Raynier V, Count de Hainaut and Hadwige Capet,
    Princesse de France. Divorced Adlade=Batrix de Hainaut: on 11 May 1033.
    Occupation: before 1053 in France Ebles I was the Vidme and Count of Reims
    and Count of Roucy. Died: 11 May 1053.
    1423. Adlade=Batrix de Hainaut(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 135, 254) (Stuart, Page 119, Line 163-32). Married Name: de Reims.
    Born: circa 997 in Netherlands, Pays Bas, daughter of Raynier V, Count de
    Hainaut and Hadwige Capet, Princesse de France. Married before 1014: Ebles
    I, Vidme de Reims, son of Gervais, Count de Chtillon-sur-Marne and N. de
    Poitiers. Divorced Ebles I, Vidme de Reims: on 11 May 1033. Married circa
    1035: Manasses, Vicomte de Reims. Died: after 1035 Adlade was alive in the
    year 1035.
    1424. Aleradus, Seigneur de Sauve(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 153) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 August 1994 at 22:02 Hours). AKA:
    Bermond, Seigneur de Sommires. Born: before 933 in Sauve, Gard, Languedoc,
    France Aleradus is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time
    his son Almeradus was born. Married before 953 in Gard, Languedoc, France:
    Blitgarde N?. Died: circa 955.
    1425. Blitgarde N?(ibid). Married Name: de Sauve.
    Born: before 936 in Languedoc, France Blitgarde is presumed to have been at
    least 18 years old by the time her son Bernard I was born. Married before
    953 in Gard, Languedoc, France: Aleradus, Seigneur de Sauve. Died: after
    954.
    1426. Guillaume, Count de Bziers (above)
    1427. Arsinde, Vicomtesse N? (above)
    1536. Arnaud II, Comte de Comminges(Paul Theroff,
    posts) (Abbott, Page 347). Born: before 965, son of Roger, Comte de
    Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue. Married before 1002: N?.
    1537. N?
    1568. Raimond de Toulouse. Born: before 930, son of
    Raymond III, Count de Toulouse and Garsinde de Gascogne. Married before 946:
    Adlas=Adle d'Anjou, daughter of Fouques II, Count d'Anjou and Gerberge,
    Comtesse de Gtinais; 'Qui suscepti a regina id sibi videri optimum dixerunt
    Ludovico regi assciscendam conjugem Adelaidem, Ragemundi nuper defuncti
    ducis Gothorum olim uxorem." In an act of 1021, Adlade, Comtesse de
    Provence, previously and briefly Queen of France, acknowledges the existence
    of her son Willem III de Toulouse and his wife the Countess Emma. In
    addition, a Papal Bull from Pope Benoit VIII is addressed to Count Willem of
    Toulouse and his mother Adlade, as follows: "domno Willelmo comiti ... et
    domno Hugoni comiti, domnoque Rainaldo comito filio ... Willelmi ... et ...
    dignissimae domnae Adeleidi comitissae, cognomento Blanchae, nuruque ejus
    domnae Gerberge comitissae." - The Pope clearly specifies that the Countess
    Adelaide, known as Blanche has as step-daughter Gerberge, daughter of
    Otto-Wilhelm from his first spouse Ermentrude of Mcon. The Benedictin Monks
    of the 18th. Century upon which most works on the genealogy of the House of
    Toulouse are based, apparently dismissed the significance of these documents
    (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: "
    Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Pages
    248-249).
    1569. Adlas=Adle d'Anjou(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 85,
    147). Married Name: de Gvaudan. Married Name: de France. Married Name:
    Blanche de Provence. AKA: N?. Married Name: de Toulouse(Keats-Rohan, Family
    Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et
    leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Pages 248-249). Born: circa 930 in
    France, daughter of Fouques II, Count d'Anjou and Gerberge, Comtesse de
    Gtinais, According to Stuart's Royalty for Commoners, this Adlade was
    known as "Blanche", where Andr Roux claims the daughter of Geoffroy [son of
    Fouques II] was Known as Blanche. Adlas is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old when she married ?tienne(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots).
    Married before 946: Raimond de Toulouse, son of Raymond III, Count de
    Toulouse and Garsinde de Gascogne; 'Qui suscepti a regina id sibi videri
    optimum dixerunt Ludovico regi assciscendam conjugem Adelaidem, Ragemundi
    nuper defuncti ducis Gothorum olim uxorem." In an act of 1021, Adlade,
    Comtesse de Provence, previously and briefly Queen of France, acknowledges
    the existence of her son Willem III de Toulouse and his wife the Countess
    Emma. In addition, a Papal Bull from Pope Benoit VIII is addressed to Count
    Willem of Toulouse and his mother Adlade, as follows: "domno Willelmo
    comiti ... et domno Hugoni comiti, domnoque Rainaldo comito filio ...
    Willelmi ... et ... dignissimae domnae Adeleidi comitissae, cognomento
    Blanchae, nuruque ejus domnae Gerberge comitissae." - The Pope clearly
    specifies that the Countess Adelaide, known as Blanche has as step-daughter
    Gerberge, daughter of Otto-Wilhelm from his first spouse Ermentrude of Mcon.
    The Benedictin Monks of the 18th. Century upon which most works on the
    genealogy of the House of Toulouse are based, apparently dismissed the
    significance of these documents (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots,
    Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances
    aux Xe et XIe sicles", Pages 248-249). Married before 955 in France: ?tienne,
    Comte de Gvaudan, son of Ermengaud, Count de Rouergue and Adlas=Alas de
    Toulouse; ?tienne was Adlade's first husband (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees
    and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs
    alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 247). Married in 982 in Brioude,
    Aquitaine, France: Louis V, King de France, son of Lothaire, King de France
    and Emma, Princess of Italy; Adlade was the widow of Stephen (?tienne),
    Count of Gvaudun, when she married the young King Louis V, son of King
    Lothaire -- she being much older than he. Conjugal love between the couple
    was nil. After all, King Louis was still an adolescent and she was quite old
    and set in her ways. They refused to share a common bed. They even had
    different residences. Not surprisingly, Adlade bore Louis no children.
    Married in 984 in France: Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence, son of Bozon
    II, Count d'Arles and Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse; "Regina, sese viduatam
    dolens ..., Wilelmum Arelatensem [Wilhelm of Arles] adiit, eique nupsit"
    (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: "
    Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 248).
    Divorced Louis V, King de France: in 984 in France; When King Louis V's
    father felt that his son was having problems and also that he lacked the
    dignity expected of royalty, he came to Brioude to confer with him. They
    left Brioude together. The Queen, Adlade, feeling abandoned, sought
    support from Guillaume d'Arles and married him. The divorce from Louis
    followed shortly. Died: 1026(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani,
    Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe
    sicles", Page 247.) (Walter D., Jr. Perro, The Ancient, Royal, and Colonial
    America Ancestry of Walter D. Perro, Jr., Draft A. (8-Feb-1995 at 16:17
    Hours), Page 4 [2-Feb-95 @ 16:10 Hrs], Citing A.G. Moriarty: "The Ancestry
    of King Edward III, The Plantagenets"; F. Weiss & W.L. Sheppard "Ancestral
    Roots of 60 Colonists:, 5th. Ed, G. Paget "Lineage and Ancestry of HRH
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales").
    1570. Robaud III, Count de Forcalquier(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 148) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 375-33). AKA: Robaud III, Marquis de
    Provence. AKA: Robaud III, Count de Venaissin. AKA: Rotbaud II, Count de
    Provence(Abbott, Page 606). Born: before 951 in Provence, France, son of
    Bozon II, Count d'Arles and Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse, Robaud III was
    Count de Provence in Avignon in 961 and is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old at that time. Married before 974: Ermengarde=?mildis de Gvaudan.
    Died: 1008.
    1571. Ermengarde=?mildis de Gvaudan(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 148) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 375-33). Married Name: de Forcalquier.
    Born: before 960 Ermengarde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time her daughter Emm was born. Married before 974: Robaud III,
    Count de Forcalquier, son of Bozon II, Count d'Arles and Folcoare=Constance
    de Toulouse. Died: 22 Aug 1057.
    1572. Audebert I, Count de La Marche(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 55) (Abbott, Page 423). Born: before 960 in Poitou, France, son of
    Boson I, Count de La Marche and Emm, Countess de Prigord, Audebert was
    alive in the year 992. He is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by
    the time his son Bernard was born. Married circa 974: Almodis de Limoges,
    daughter of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and Rothilde de Brosse. Died: 997 in
    Genay, Vienne, Poitou, France, Audebert I was killed in battle(Stuart, Page
    232).
    1573. Almodis de Limoges(Stuart). Married Name: de
    La Marche. Born: before 960, daughter of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and
    Rothilde de Brosse, Almodis is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time her son Bernard was born. Married circa 974: Audebert I, Count
    de La Marche, son of Boson I, Count de La Marche and Emm, Countess de Prigord.
    Died: between 1007 and 1011(Stuart).
    1574. Grard de Montignac(Stuart). Born: before 955
    in France Grard is presumed to have been at least 20 years old by the time
    his daughter Amlie was born. Married before 974 in France: Nonia=Noa de
    Granol.
    1575. Nonia=Noa de Granol. Married Name: de
    Montignac. Born: before 960 Noa is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her daughter Amlie was born. Married before 974 in France:
    Grard de Montignac.
    1576. Sancho Garcia III, King de Navarre(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 207, 259) (Stuart, Page 111, Line 151-33; Page 164, Line 223-36.)
    (Aug) (Castelot, Tome 2, Page 436). Also Known As: Sancho Garcia "The
    Great." AKA: Sanche "Le Grand"(Abbott, Page 491). Born: between 990 and 992
    in Navarre, Spain, son of Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre and Ximena=Chimne
    Fernandez. Note - between 1000 and 1035 in Aragn, Spain: Sancho Garcia III
    became the King of Castile in 1026, and was also the King of Castille and of
    Aragn. Sancho Garcia III was the King of Navarre from 1000 to 1035 and also
    ruled the adjacent County of Aragn. Through marriage, politics and force he
    added the County of Castile (1029) and the Kingdom of Len (1034) to his
    domain. He assumed the title emperor, and claimed leadership of Christian
    Spain. He supported the Monks of Cluny. His kingdom was divided among his
    four sons, each bearing the title of King, and giving rise to the kingdoms
    of Aragn and of Castile. Married in 1010 in Spain: Major=Mua=Elvira,
    Countess de Castile, daughter of Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara and Urraque
    Salvadores. Significant-Other: Sancha, Seora de Aybar before 1025 - Sancha
    was the heiress of Aybar, and a concubine of Sancho Garcia III. Died: 18 Oct
    1035 in Bureba, Spain, Sancho Garcia III was murdered, and was burried at
    Saint Salvadore de Ona.
    1577. Major=Mua=Elvira, Countess de Castile(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 207, 259) (Stuart, Page 206, Line 285-33.) (Paul Theroff,
    posts, Posting in Subject "Spain & Portugal" on 5 March 1994 at 03:30
    Hours). Married Name: de Navarre. AKA: Mua Mayor. Born: 995 in Burgos,
    Castile, Spain, daughter of Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara and Urraque
    Salvadores. Married in 1010 in Spain: Sancho Garcia III, King de Navarre,
    son of Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre and Ximena=Chimne Fernandez. Note
    - between 1025 and 1028: Major was the co-heir of Castile and of the
    Countship of Alava. Castile was developed as a Christian state fighting to
    resist conquest by the Moors. Old Castile lies North of the Guadarrama
    Mountains, but in the 11th. Century, the Castilians pushed across the Sierra
    de Guadarrama and occupied new Castile and the region now occupies much of
    the interior of Spain with its major cities being Madrid, Cuenca and Toleda.
    When Queen Isabella I of Castile married Ferdinand II, King of Aragon, the
    two provinces were merged to create the Kingdom of Spain, in 1479. Died:
    after 13 Jul 1066 in Fromista, Spain, Major Mua is burried at San Salvador
    de Ona.
    1578. Alfonso V, King de Len(Stuart, Page 201, Line
    276-33) (Aug, Volume 1, Page 51). AKA: Alfonso V, King des Asturies. AKA:
    Alfonso V, King de Castile. Born: 994 in Spain, son of Bermudo II, King de
    Len and Elvira Garcia de Castile. Note - between 999 and 1027 in Spain:
    Alfonso V was King of Len and of the Asturies. He waged war on the Moors in
    Portugal from 999 to 1027. Married in Jan 1013: Elvira Menendez de Galicia,
    daughter of Menendo Gonzalez, Count de Galicia and Urraque Garces de
    Navarre. Married in 1023: Urraque Garces de Navarre, daughter of Garcia IV
    Sanchez, King de Navarre and Ximena=Chimne Fernandez. Died: 7 Aug 1028 in
    Viseu, France, Alfonso V was slain and is burried at the Church of San
    Isidore de Leon.
    1579. Elvira Menendez de Galicia(Stuart, Page 202,
    Line 277-33). Married Name: des Asturies. Married Name: de Len. Born: circa
    996 in Spain, daughter of Menendo Gonzalez, Count de Galicia and Urraque
    Garces de Navarre(Stuart). Married in Jan 1013: Alfonso V, King de Len, son
    of Bermudo II, King de Len and Elvira Garcia de Castile. Died: 2 Dec 1022
    in Len, Spain, Elvira is buried at the Church of Saint Isidoro de Len.
    1592. Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 114, 147) (Stuart, Page 236, Line 333-35.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 2
    May 1994 at 14:37 Hours.) (Castelot, Tome 1, Page 419.) (Abbott, Page 606).
    AKA: Guillaume II d'Arles. Born: circa 955 in Anjou, France, son of Bozon
    II, Count d'Arles and Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse. Occupation: in 968
    Guillaume was the Count de Provence at Arles in the year 968, and the
    Marquis of Provence. Married before 983: Arsinde de Comminges, daughter of
    Arnold I, Comte de Comminges and Arsende, Countess de Carcassonne; Arsinde
    was Guillaume I/II's first wife. Married in 984 in France: Adlas=Adle
    d'Anjou, daughter of Fouques II, Count d'Anjou and Gerberge, Comtesse de
    Gtinais; "Regina, sese viduatam dolens ..., Wilelmum Arelatensem [Wilhelm
    of Arles] adiit, eique nupsit" (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots,
    Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances
    aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 248). Occupation: between 992 and 994 in
    Avignon, Provence, France, Guillaume I/II was a priest in Avignon. Died:
    circa 994 in Avignon, France, Guillaume died a priest.
    1593. Arsinde de Comminges(Paul Theroff, posts, 12
    September 1994 at 00:57 Hours). Married Name: de Provence. Born: between 941
    and 956 in France, daughter of Arnold I, Comte de Comminges and Arsende,
    Countess de Carcassonne, The parentage of Arsinde is hypothetical. Married
    before 983: Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence, son of Bozon II, Count
    d'Arles and Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse; Arsinde was Guillaume I/II's
    first wife.
    1594. Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne (above)
    1595. Ermentrude de Reims (above)
    1600. Garcie=Oriol, Count d'Aure(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 243). Born: before 937 in France Garcie is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time his son Arnaud II was born. Married before
    952: Fachilne d'Astarac, daughter of Arnaldo=Renoud, Count d'Astarac and
    N?; Garcie was Fachilne's second husband.
    1601. Fachilne d'Astarac(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 243)
    (Stuart, Page 159, Line 216-35). Married Name: d'Aure. Married Name: de
    Bigorre. AKA: Faquilne, Vicomtesse de Magnoac(Abbott, Page 360). Born:
    before 935, daughter of Arnaldo=Renoud, Count d'Astarac and N?, Fachilne is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Arnaud II
    was born. Married before 949: Raymond I Dato, Count de Bigorre, son of Dato
    II Loup, Count de Bigorre and Lupa Sanchez de Navarre; Raymond I Dato was
    Fachilne's first husband. Married before 952: Garcie=Oriol, Count d'Aure;
    Garcie was Fachilne's second husband. Married before 960: Oriol, Vicomte
    d'Aure, son of Dato II Loup, Count de Bigorre and Lupa Sanchez de Navarre;
    Oriol married his older brother's widow. Died: after 990 Fachilne was alive
    in the year 990.
    1664. Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 86) (Stuart, Page 209, Line 291-35.) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix"
    posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08 Hours). AKA: Roger I, Count de Consrans.
    AKA: Roger, Count de Carcassonne(Abbott, Pages 379, 482). Born: before 957
    in Carcassonnais, France, son of Arnold I, Comte de Comminges and Arsende,
    Countess de Carcassonne. Married before Apr 970: Adlade de Rouergue; Adlade
    was the widow of Roger I's Uncle. Died: 1019.
    1665. Adlade de Rouergue(Stuart, Page 209, Line
    291-35). Married Name: de Comminges. Married Name: de Carcassonne. AKA: Adlade
    de Pons. Born: before 948 in France Adlade is presumed to have been at
    least 17 years old when her husband, Roger, died. Married before 964: Roger,
    Comte de Comminges, son of Aznar, Count de Consrans and N?; Roger was Adlade's
    first husband. Married before Apr 970: Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges, son
    of Arnold I, Comte de Comminges and Arsende, Countess de Carcassonne; Adlade
    was the widow of Roger I's Uncle. Died: after 1011.
    1666. Garcia Arnaldo, Comte de Bigorre(Stuart, Page
    159, Line 227-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 17 July 1994 at 19:02 Hours). Born:
    before 965, son of Arnaud I, Count de Bigorre and N?, Garcia Arnaldo is
    presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter
    Gersinde was born. Married before 980: Ricarde d'Astarac, daughter of
    Guillermo I, Count d'Astarac and N?. Died: circa 1035(Abbott, Page 346).
    1667. Ricarde d'Astarac(Stuart, Page 159, Line
    227-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 17 July 1994 at 19:02 Hours). Married Name:
    de Bigorre. Born: before 965, daughter of Guillermo I, Count d'Astarac and
    N?, Ricarde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    daughter Gersinde was born. Married before 980: Garcia Arnaldo, Comte de
    Bigorre, son of Arnaud I, Count de Bigorre and N?.
    1672. Bernard I, Count de Besalu (above)
    1673. Toda de Provence (above)
    1676. Guillaume II/III, Count de Provence (above)
    1677. Gerberge de Bourgogne (above)
    1678. Bertrand, Comte de Marseille(Paul Theroff,
    posts). AKA: Bertrand, Comte de Gvaudan(Paul Theroff, posts) (Abbott, Page
    385). Born: before 957 in France, son of ?tienne, Comte de Gvaudan and Adlas=Adle
    d'Anjou. Married before 997: N?. Died: after 998 Bertrand was alive in the
    year 998.
    1679. N?
    1680. Brenger-Raymond, Count de Barcelone(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 86) (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-33). AKA: Ramn-Brenger I,
    Marquis de Barcelone. Also Known As: Ramn "El Curvo." Born: 1005, son of
    Raymond I dit Borel, Count de Barcelone and Ermessinde de Carcassonne.
    Married in 1018 in Spain: Sancha, de Gascogne, daughter of Sancho Garcia,
    Count de Lara and Urraque Salvadores; Sancha was Brenger-Raymond's first
    wife. According to E.S. [via Paul Theroff], Brenger-Raymond married Sancha
    de Castile as his second wife, but Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners"
    indicates that Sancha de Gascogne and Sancha de Castile were one in the same
    person. Andr Roux indicates Sancha de Gascogne married Brenger Raymond in
    1218 which matches E.S.'s marriage date for the first marriage. Stuart shows
    the date of marriage as 1021 which matches E.S.'s date of Brenger-Raymond's
    second marriage. Married in 1027: Gisle de Lluca; Gisle was Brenger-Raymond's
    third wife. Died: 26 May 1035 Brenger-Raymond was killed and is buried in
    Santa Maria de Ripoll.
    1681. Sancha, de Gascogne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 86)
    (Stuart, Page 39, Line 54-33). AKA: Sanche de Bordeaux. Married Name: de
    Barcelone. AKA: Sancha Sanchez de Castile. Born: between 996 and 1006,
    daughter of Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara and Urraque Salvadores, Sanche is
    presumed to have been at least 20 years old when she died. Married in 1018
    in Spain: Brenger-Raymond, Count de Barcelone, son of Raymond I dit Borel,
    Count de Barcelone and Ermessinde de Carcassonne; Sancha was Brenger-Raymond's
    first wife. According to E.S. [via Paul Theroff], Brenger-Raymond married
    Sancha de Castile as his second wife, but Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners"
    indicates that Sancha de Gascogne and Sancha de Castile were one in the same
    person. Andr Roux indicates Sancha de Gascogne married Brenger Raymond in
    1218 which matches E.S.'s marriage date for the first marriage. Stuart shows
    the date of marriage as 1021 which matches E.S.'s date of Brenger-Raymond's
    second marriage. Died: 26 Jun 1026 Sancha is buried in Santa Maria de
    Ripoll.
    1684. Tancrde, Comte de Hauteville(Stuart, Page
    212, Line 296-33.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 16 July 1994 at 01:59 Hours.)
    (Aug, Tome II, Page 882). Born: before 995 in Hauteville, Ain, Bourgogne,
    France Tancrde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time
    his son Serlon Richard was born. Tancrde was the father of several princes
    who were the founders of the Norman domination in Italy. Hauteville is about
    34 km. from Belley and near the Albarine River. Married before 1013:
    Murielle de Normandie, daughter of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and N?;
    Murielle was Tancred's first wife. Married in 1020: Frdesende de Normandie,
    daughter of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec; Frdesende
    was Tancred's second wife and Murielle's (his first wife) sister. Died:
    circa 1041.
    1685. Frdesende de Normandie(Paul Theroff, posts,
    16 July 1994 at 01:59 Hours). Married Name: de Hauteville. Born Illeg.:
    before 995 in France -, daughter of Richard I, Duke de Normandie and Gonnor,
    Dame de Bolbec, -. Married in 1020: Tancrde, Comte de Hauteville; Frdesende
    was Tancred's second wife and Murielle's (his first wife) sister.
    1686. Gaimar IV, Prince de Salerno; Gaimar IV was
    Prince in the year 1043 (Stuart, Page 213, Line 297-33). AKA: Gaimar IV,
    Prince de Capua. AKA: Gaimar IV, Prince de Amalfi. AKA: Gaimar IV, Prince de
    Calabre. Born: 1010, son of Gaimar III, Prince de Salerno and Gaitelgrima de
    Benevento. Married before 1025: Porpora de Tabellaria, daughter of Laidolfo,
    Count de Tabellaria and Aldara de San Massimo. Died: 3 Jun 1052 Gaimar IV
    was murdered.
    1687. Porpora de Tabellaria(Stuart). Married Name:
    de Salerno. Born: before 1010, daughter of Laidolfo, Count de Tabellaria and
    Aldara de San Massimo, Porpora is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her daughter Sikelgaita was born. Married before 1025:
    Gaimar IV, Prince de Salerno, son of Gaimar III, Prince de Salerno and
    Gaitelgrima de Benevento.
    1688. Lain Nuez, Lord de Castile(Stuart). Born:
    before 1000, son of Nuo Lainez and Eilone Fernandez, Lain is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time his son Diego was born. Married
    before 1015: N?. Occupation: between 1045 and 1063 Lain was a Lord at the
    court of Fernando I, 1045 - 1063. Died: after 1063 Lain was alive in the
    year 1063.
    1689. N?
    1690. Roderigo Alvarez, Count des Asturies(Stuart).
    AKA: Roderigo Alvarez. Born: before 1000 Roderigo is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Teresa was born. Married
    before 1015: Theresa Lainez de Castile. Died: after 1066 Roderigo was Count
    des Asturies, 1038 - 1066.
    1691. Theresa Lainez de Castile(ibid). AKA: Theresa
    Lainez. Married Name: des Asturies. Born: before 1000 Theresa is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Teresa was born.
    Married before 1015: Roderigo Alvarez, Count des Asturies.
    1694. Fernando Gundemariz(Stuart). Born: before
    1011, son of Gundemaro des Asturies and N?. Married before 1039: Ximena de
    Len, daughter of Alfonso V, King de Len and Urraque Garces de Navarre.
    1695. Ximena de Len(ibid). Married Name: Gundemariz.
    Born: before 1024, daughter of Alfonso V, King de Len and Urraque Garces de
    Navarre, Ximena is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time
    her daughter Christina was born. Married before 1039: Fernando Gundemariz,
    son of Gundemaro des Asturies and N?.
    1696. Aton II, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott, Page 377).
    AKA: Aton, Vicomte de Nmes(Abbott). Born: before 970 in Albi, Albigeois,
    Languedoc, France, son of Bernard Aton II, Vicomte d'Albi and Gaucie,
    Vicomtesse de Nmes. Married before 998: N?. Died: 1030(ibid).
    1697. N?
    1700. Raymond I, Count de Carcassonne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 138) (Abbott, Page 482). AKA: Ramon Roger I, Comte de
    Carcassonne(Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08
    Hours). Born: before 976 in Amiens, Somme, Picardie, France, son of Roger I,
    Seigneur de Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue, Ramon Roger I is presumed to
    have been at least 14 years old when he married Garsinde. Married before
    990: Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers, daughter of Guillaume, Count de
    Bziers and Arsinde, Vicomtesse N?.
    1701. Garcende, Vicomtesse de Bziers (above)
    1702. Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse (above)
    1703. Emm de Forcalquier (above)
    --- 12th Generation ---
    2048. Bernard II, Vicomte de Carlat (above)
    2049. Adlade de Millau (above)
    2052. Reinold II, Viscount de Bziers. AKA: Boson
    II, Vicomte d'Agde(Abbott, Page 375). AKA: Boson II, Vicomte de Biterrois
    Boson II was Vicomte de Biterrois around 960(Abbott). Born: before 934 in
    Vincennes, Seine, Champagne, France, son of Teudon, Viscount d'Agde and N?,
    Reinold II is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his
    son Guillaume was born. Married before 951: N?. Died: after 969 Reinold II
    was alive in the year 969.
    2053. N?
    2056. Manfred = Matfrid, Vicomte de Narbonne(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 161) (Stuart, Page 160, Line 218-36.) (Abbott, Page 393).
    Born: circa 933 in Narbonne, Aude, Languedoc, France, son of Odon, Vicomte
    de Narbonne and Richilde de Barcelone. Married before 945 in France: Adlas
    de Toulouse, daughter of Raymond III, Count de Toulouse and Garsinde de
    Gascogne. Died: 970 in France.
    2057. Adlas de Toulouse(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 161)
    (Stuart, Page 160, Line 218-36). Married Name: de Narbonne. Born: before 935
    in Languedoc, France, daughter of Raymond III, Count de Toulouse and
    Garsinde de Gascogne. Married before 945 in France: Manfred = Matfrid,
    Vicomte de Narbonne, son of Odon, Vicomte de Narbonne and Richilde de
    Barcelone. Died: after 977 Adlas was alive in the year 977.
    2058. Hughes de Rodez(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 161)
    (Stuart, Page 160, Line 218-35). Born: before 960 in Guyenne, France Hughes
    is presumed to have been at least 20 years old by the time his daughter
    Ricarde was born. Married before 979: N?.
    2059. N?
    2060. Oliva II, Count de Cerdagne(Stuart). AKA:
    Oliva II Cabreta, Count de Barcelone. AKA: Oliva Cabreta, Comte de
    Conflent(Abbott, Page 479). AKA: Oliva Cabreta, Count de Besalu(ibid). Born:
    before 924, son of Myr, Count de Barcelone and Ava de Ribagorza. Occupation:
    between 965 and 988 Oliva II wads Count of Cerdagne and of Besalu from 965
    to 988. Married before 981: Ermengarde des Ampurias, daughter of Gausbert,
    Comte de Roussillon and Trudegarda N?. Significant-Other: Ingilberga de
    Besora before 986 -. Occupation: between 988 and 990 Oliva II entered the
    Benedictine Monastery at Montecassino circa 988(Paul Theroff, posts). Died:
    either 988 or 990 Stuatr inidicates that Oliva II died in 990, but Abbott
    indicates it was in 988(Abbott, Page 480).
    2061. Ermengarde des Ampurias(Stuart, Page 206, Line
    284-36). Married Name: de Cerdagne. Born: before 967, daughter of Gausbert,
    Comte de Roussillon and Trudegarda N?, Ermengarde is presumed to have been
    at least 15 years old by the time her son Bernard I was born. Her parentage
    is unproven. Married before 981: Oliva II, Count de Cerdagne, son of Myr,
    Count de Barcelone and Ava de Ribagorza. Died: 994.
    2062. Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence (above)
    2063. Adlas=Adle d'Anjou (above)
    2064. Richard I=Grard, Vicomte de Carlat(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 183) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 257-36.) (Abbott, Page 448).
    Born: before 907 in Cantal, Carlat, Auvergne, France, son of Bernard I,
    Vicomte de Carlat and N?, Richard I is presumed to have been at least 15
    years old by the time his son Bernard II was born. Married before 914: N?.
    Died: after 950 Richard I was alive in the year 950(Stuart, Page 189).
    2065. N?
    2372. Aimery, Vicomte de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 137, 228). AKA: Aimery I Ostrafranc, Vicomte de Rochechouart(Abbott,
    Pages 417, 434). Born: before 964 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin,
    France, son of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and Rothilde de Brosse, Aimery is
    presumed to have been born before his father was 50 years old. Married
    before 1009 in France: Ave N?. Died: after 1018 in Rochechouard, Limousin,
    France, Aimery was alive in the year 1018.
    2373. Ave N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 137, 228). Married
    Name: de Limoges. Married Name: de Rochechouart. Born: before 995 in France
    Ave is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Aimery II was born. Married before 1009 in France: Aimery, Vicomte de
    Limoges, son of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and Rothilde de Brosse.
    2374. Foucaud de Champagne(Andr Roux: Scrolls).
    Born: before 993 in France Foucaud is presumed to have been at least 20
    years old by the time his daughter Ermessinde was born. Married before 1012:
    N?.
    2375. N?
    2384. Guy I, Vicomte de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls). Born: before 963 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, France, son
    of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and Rothilde de Brosse. Married before 993:
    Emm=Anne de Limoges, daughter of Aymar = Adhmar, Vicomte de Limoges and Mlisende
    N?. Died: 1025(Abbott, Pages 434 - 435).
    2385. Emm=Anne de Limoges(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 137)
    (Abbott, Pages 434 - 435). Married Name: de Limoges. Born: before 978 in
    Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, France, daughter of Aymar = Adhmar,
    Vicomte de Limoges and Mlisende N?, Emm is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old when she married Guy I. Married before 993: Guy I, Vicomte de
    Limoges, son of Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges and Rothilde de Brosse.
    2392. Fouques, Count d'Angoulme(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 87) (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-31). AKA: Fouques, Count d'Archiac.
    Also Known As: Foulques "Taillefer"(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., Posted by
    Robert Carver, MGC [Prodigy ID# CQGW37A] under Subject "Fitzalan", on 12
    April 1997 at 13:38 Hours, and citing Lord Mountbatten's handwritten
    document on "The Plantagenet Ancestry"). Born: between 1025 and 1029, son of
    Geoffroy, Count d'Angoulme and Ptronille, Dame d'Archiac. Married circa
    1062 in France: Condohe Vgena, daughter of Robert, Comte d'Eu and Batrice
    N?; Roderick Stuart in Royalty for Commoners confused Condoh's birth date
    with her date of marriage, and ascribes her the wrong father. Died:
    1089(Abbott, Page 458).
    2393. Condohe Vgena(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 87)
    (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-31.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February 1995, at
    15:14 Hours). Married Name: d'Angoulme. AKA: Condoha d'Eu. Born: before
    1050 in Angoulme, Aquitaine, France, daughter of Robert, Comte d'Eu and Batrice
    N?, Condohe is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    son Guillaume III. Andr Roux's as well as Lord Mountbatten's [via Robert
    Carver] data indicate this Condohe was Condohe Vgena, daughter of Ounorman.
    Other sources (including Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners", Line 87-31)
    indicate she was Condohe of Angouleme, daughter of Robert, Comte d'Eu.
    Stuart also has her date of birth at circa 1062 which would have made her
    all of 3 years old by the time he asserts her son Guillaume was
    born(Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., Posted by Robert Carver, MGC [Prodigy
    ID# CQGW37A] under Subject "Fitzalan", on 12 April 1997 at 13:38 Hours, and
    citing Lord Mountbatten's handwritten document on "The Plantagenet
    Ancestry"). PaterAlter before 1050 Condohe Vgena/Ounorman Vgena.
    MaterAlter: before 1050 N?/Condohe Vgena. Married circa 1062 in France:
    Fouques, Count d'Angoulme, son of Geoffroy, Count d'Angoulme and Ptronille,
    Dame d'Archiac; Roderick Stuart in Royalty for Commoners confused Condoh's
    birth date with her date of marriage, and ascribes her the wrong father.
    2394. Amanieu, Sire de Benauges(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    87) (Stuart, Page 65, Line 87-30.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February 1995 at
    15:14 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 311). AKA: Amanieu, Sire de Saint-Mcaire(ibid).
    AKA: Guillen Amanieu II d'Albret. AKA: Guillen Amanieu II, Vicomte de
    Bezaume. Born: before 1056 in La Role, Bezaume, Gascogne, France, son of
    Guillen Amanieu, Comte de Benauges and Amalvina, Vicomtesse de Bezaume,
    Amanjeu is presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his
    daughter Vitapont was born. Married before 1074: N?. Died: circa 1103.
    2395. N?
    2396. Roger, Seigneur de Montgommery(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 36) (Stuart, Page 237, Line 335-33). AKA: Roger, Earl of
    Shrewsbury. AKA: Roger, Regent de Normandie. AKA: Roger, Earl of Shropshire.
    AKA: Roger, Earl of Arundel. Born: circa 1005 in Shrewbury, Shropshire,
    England, son of Hughes, Baron of Montgommery and Josseline de Bolbec. Note -
    between 1035 and 1094: In 1035, Roger was exiled to Paris because of treason
    to the Duke. Roger raised an enormous army and provided over 60 ships for
    William the Conqueror, then stayed behind to hold Normandie for William
    while the latter went off to conquer England. His loyalty was rewarded by
    William in the form of huge land grants in England and the Welsh March.
    Roger frequently spent extended periods of time in England to tend to these
    interests, and left his wife Mabel, behind in Normandie to oversee their
    Norman lands and properties. She even led forces into battle on his behalf
    and was involved in numerous political intrigues. Married between 1048 and
    1055 in England: Mabile, Comtesse de Bellme, daughter of Guillaume II
    Talvas, Comte de Bellme and Hildeburge = Haberge de Beaumont. Died: 27 Jul
    1094 in Shrewsbury, England, Roger was a monk when he died and is buried at
    the Abbey of Saint Peter in Shrewbury.
    2397. Mabile, Comtesse de Bellme(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 36, 53) (Stuart, Page 252, Line 360-32.) (Genealogy BB of Prodigy
    Svcs., Posted by Dorothy Clark in the Prodigy Interactive Personal Services
    Genealogy BB [Prodigy ID#DULW93A] under Subject "Talvas" on 7 January 1996
    at 16:23 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 133). AKA: Mabile, Dame d'Alenon Alenon
    became a County upon its acquisition into the Montgommery family(Abbott).
    Married Name: de Montgommery. Born: circa 1015 in Alenon, Orne, Maine,
    France, daughter of Guillaume II Talvas, Comte de Bellme and Hildeburge =
    Haberge de Beaumont. Married between 1048 and 1055 in England: Roger,
    Seigneur de Montgommery, son of Hughes, Baron of Montgommery and Josseline
    de Bolbec. Note - circa 1065: Mabile was the heiress of Bellme and Alenon.
    She tended the lands of her family and her husband while he was off in
    England overseeing his lands deeded by William the Conqueror in rocognition
    of Roger's massive support. Mabile apparently bested someone in a property
    dispute and he sough revenge by having her assassinated with the help of
    some of Roger's disgruntled officers. The four officers, while pursued, were
    never found. Died: 2 Dec 1082 in Chteau de Bures-sur-Dives, Normandie,
    France, Mabile met her end while her husband was away, while depriving a
    sub-tenant, Pantulf of Perai, of his lands. She was murdered in her bed by
    his friend, Hughes de La Roche-d'Inge [Abbott identifies him as Hughes de La
    Roche-d'Izat], who cut off her head with a sword after his men had stormed
    the castle at Bures-dur-Dives.
    2398. Audebert II, Comte de La Marche(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 55) (Abbott, Page 423). Born: before 1029 in France, son of
    Bernard, Count de La Marche and Amlie de Montignac, Audebert II is presumed
    to have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Matilde was
    born. Married before 1043: Ponce N?; Ponce was Audebert's second wife. Died:
    1088.
    2399. Ponce N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 55). Married
    Name: de La Marche. Born: before 1029 in France Ponce is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Matilde was born.
    Married before 1043: Audebert II, Comte de La Marche, son of Bernard, Count
    de La Marche and Amlie de Montignac; Ponce was Audebert's second wife.
    Died: after 1076 Ponce was alive in the year 1076.
    2400. Audebert II, Count de Prigord(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 83) (Abbott, Page 330). Born: before 1047 in Guyenne, France, son
    of Hlie II de Prigord and Adle N?, Audebert III is presumed to have been
    at least 18 years old by the time his son Hlie IV was born. Andr Roux
    shows Audebert II to be the son of Hlie II by Adle, but Abbott indicates
    Audebert II was the son of Boson III, Hlie II's brother. PaterAlter before
    1047 Audebert II, Count de Prigord/Boson III, Comte de Prigord. Married
    before 1065 in France: Arceline N?. Died: circa 1073 Audebert II was Count
    in 1068(ibid).
    2401. Arceline N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 83). Married
    Name: de Prigord. Born: before 1051 in France Arceline is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Hlie IV was born. Married
    before 1065 in France: Audebert II, Count de Prigord, son of Hlie II de Prigord
    and Adle N?.
    2568. N?, Count de Melgueil(Stuart, Page 151, Line
    203-33). Born: before 969 in France, son of Bernard II, Count de Melgueil
    and Sngonde N?, He is presumed to have been at least 20 years old when he
    died. Married before 989: N?. Died: 20 Feb 989.
    2569. N?
    2572. Guillaume IV, Duke d'Aquitaine(Data from
    Encyclopedia entry) (Stuart, Page 66, Line 88-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 07
    June 1995 at 14:11 Hours). AKA: Guillaume II, Comte de Poitou Guillaume II
    abdicated in 990(Abbott, Page 402). AKA: Guillaume II, Duke de Normandie.
    Also Known As: Guillaume "Bras de Fer"(Abbott). Born: circa 937 in France,
    son of Guillaume=William I, Comte d'Aquitaine and Adle de Normandie.
    Married in 968: Emma de Blois, daughter of Thibaut, Count de Blois and
    Leutgarde de Vermandois. Died: 3 Apr 995.
    2573. Emma de Blois(Encyclopedia) (Stuart, Page 240,
    Line 340-34). Married Name: d'Aquitaine. Born: 951, daughter of Thibaut,
    Count de Blois and Leutgarde de Vermandois. Married in 968: Guillaume IV,
    Duke d'Aquitaine, son of Guillaume=William I, Comte d'Aquitaine and Adle de
    Normandie. Died: 1 Aug 1003.
    2574. Otto-Guillaume, Duke de Bourgogne (above)
    2575. Ermentrude de Reims (above)
    2688. Guillaume I, Seigneur de Montpellier(Stuart).
    Born: before 958 in Languedoc, France Guillaume I is presumed to have been
    at least 17 years old by the time he became Seigneur. Note - in 975 in
    Montpellier, Hrault, Languedoc, France: In the tenth Centuey, two ladies of
    the House of Melgueil gave Montpellier to the Bishop of Maguelonne, Ricuin
    II. He gave part of these lands, on which a town scarcely existed to a
    vassal of the Comte de Melgueil, named Guy or Guillaume, who already
    possessed some land in the neighborhood. The Bishop kept the part called
    Montpellieret(Abbott, Page 392). Married before 986: N?. Died: after 999
    Guillaume I was alive in the year 999.
    2689. N?
    2720. Anselm I, Marchese de Savona(Stuart, Page 80,
    Line 106-35). Born: circa 961, son of Adelramus, Marchese de Ligurie and
    Gerberge d'Ivre. Married before 1004: Gisela of Vincenza, daughter of
    Adalberto II, Marchese d'Este and N?. Died: circa 1014 Anselm was alive in
    the year 1014.
    2721. Gisela of Vincenza(ibid). Married Name: de
    Savona. Born: before 989, daughter of Adalberto II, Marchese d'Este and N?,
    Gisela is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her son
    Oberto I was born. Married before 1004: Anselm I, Marchese de Savona, son of
    Adelramus, Marchese de Ligurie and Gerberge d'Ivre.
    2724. Guido, Marchese de Turin(Stuart). AKA: Guido,
    Marchese de Alberaza. Born: before 1000, son of Ardoino IV, Marchese de
    Turin and N?, Guido is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time his son Odelrico was born. Married before 1015: N?. Died: after 1026
    Guido was alive in the year 1026.
    2725. N?
    2728. Ardouin=Ardvino, Count di Turino(Stuart) (Paul
    Theroff, posts, "9th/10th Centy.Kings" posted on 18 February 1994 at 01:03
    Hours). AKA: Ardouin, Marquis de Turin. AKA: Ardvino, Count di Auriate. Also
    Known As: Ardvino "il Glabro." Born: before 962 in Italy, son of Roger
    d'Auvergne and N. di Auriate, Ardouin is presumed to have been at least 15
    years old by the time his son Manfredo I was born. Died: after 4 Apr 976
    Ardouin was alive in the year 976. Married before 981: N. di Mosezzo,
    daughter of Manfredo, Seignore di Mosezzo and N?.
    2729. N. di Mosezzo(Stuart, Page 225, Line 315-36).
    Married Name: di Turino. Born: before 886 in Italy, daughter of Manfredo,
    Seignore di Mosezzo and N?, She is presumed to have been born by the time
    her father was blinded by Lambert. Married before 981: Ardouin=Ardvino,
    Count di Turino, son of Roger d'Auvergne and N. di Auriate.
    2730. Otton II, Count di Canossa(Stuart). AKA:
    Adalbert, Count de Modena. Born: before 966 in Italy, son of Siefried
    Langobarde and N?, Otton II is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time his daughter Prangarda was born. Married before 981: N?. Died:
    13 Feb 988 Otton II is buried at Canossa, Italy.
    2731. N?
    2732. Alberto=Azzo, Count de Lucca; Alberto was
    Pfalzgrave from 962-972 in Lucca (Stuart). Born: before 940 in Italy, son of
    Adalbert III, Margrave de Toscane and N?, Alberto was made Marquis (Marchese)
    in the year 960 by Brenger. He is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time his son Humbert was born. Married before 955: Guilla de
    Spoleto, daughter of Bonifacio I, Duke de Spoleto and N?. Died: circa 975.
    2733. Guilla de Spoleto(ibid). Married Name: de
    Lucca. Born: before 928 in Spoleto, Italy, daughter of Bonifacio I, Duke de
    Spoleto and N?. Married before 955: Alberto=Azzo, Count de Lucca, son of
    Adalbert III, Margrave de Toscane and N?.
    2734. Wiprand, Count de Como(Stuart). Born: before
    940 in Italy, son of Olderado, Count de Como and Railinda de Verticilio,
    Wiprand is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his
    daughter Railinda was born. Married before 955: N?. Died: 999.
    2735. N?
    2736. Hughes II, King de France(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    79) (Hallam, Pages 67 - 69.) (Stuart, Page 99, Line 134-34.) (Castelot, Tome
    1, Pages 415, 424). AKA: Hughes Capet, Count de Paris. AKA: Hughes Capet,
    Count de Poitou. AKA: Hughes Capet, Count d'Orlans. AKA: Hughes Capet,
    Comte d'Auxerre(Abbott, Page 202). AKA: Hughes Capet. Born: between 939 and
    941, son of Hughes, dux Francorum and Hadwige, Princess de Saxe. Married in
    Jan 970 in France: Adlade de Poitiers, daughter of Guillaume=William I,
    Comte d'Aquitaine and Adle de Normandie; Some sources indicate that Alice
    and Hughes were married in 968. Note - between 987 and 996 in France: Hughes
    became King crowned and anointed on 3 July 987 in Noyon. Hughes was the
    Chief of the Capetian Dynasty, and ruled as King from 987 to 996 with the
    support of Adalbron, Archbishop of Reims, and of the ecclesiastical Feudal
    churchmen. In 970, he married Adlade de Poitiers, daughter of Guillaume
    III "Tte d'?toupe", Duke of Aquitaine. In the first month, hoping to secure
    the support of the Emperor Lothar, Hughes returns Verdun to him. On 25
    December 987, he has his son, Robert, crowned King in the Cathedral of
    Sainte-Croix in Orlans, to rule over the peoples West from the Meuse to the
    Ocean. He then gets the idea in his head to have his son marry Suzanne known
    as Rosala, daughter of the ex-King of Italy Berenger II, and widow that very
    year of Arnould II, Comte de Flandre. She is however 32, some claim 35,
    years older than young Robert. Her dowry would bring to the Capetian House,
    Montreuil-sur-Mer and direct access to the Channel. He was victorious over
    the last Carolingiens, Charles de Lorraine, with the help of Arnoul, Bishop
    of Orlans, and was at the mercy of his vassals most notably the lords of
    Blois. His beginnings were very weak: Consider the dispute: While Adalbert,
    Comte de Prigord, laid siege to Tours, King Hughes and his son, Robert,
    would never dare to declare war on him, but they asked him "Who made you
    Count?", and Adalbert answered "Who made you King?". Succinctly put, this
    summarizes Hughes' difficult situation. Upon the death of Thophano, Empress
    of Germany, one of Hughes most potent enemies, one who had supported Charles
    de Lorraine and the Archbishop Arnoul de Reims against Hughes, was
    eliminated in 992. However, Eudes de Chartres would take Melun. At this
    time, Hughes was in accord with Foulques Nerra, Comte d'Anjou. Richard of
    Rouen also is called to the rescue and Melun is given back to its rightful
    owner, Bouchard de Vendme. He had his son Robert canonized.
    The direct line of Hughes ruled for twelve
    succeeding generations following his death in 996 until 1328. Early kings
    associated their elder sons with the Throne during their lifetime. While
    the direct line appeared content to use the name Capet, once the direct line
    was broken, the cadet line preferred to use the more euphonious names of
    Valois and Bourbon they derived from their fiefs. Died: 24 Oct 996 in Les
    Juifs, France, Les Juifs is near Chartres. Hughes is buried at Saint Denis.
    2737. Adlade de Poitiers(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 79)
    (Stuart, Page 119, Line 163-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 07 June 1995 at 14:11
    Hours). Married Name: de France(Andr Roux: Scrolls). AKA: Alice de Poitou.
    AKA: Adlade d'Aquitaine. Born: circa 950 in Poitiers, Vienne, Poitou,
    France, daughter of Guillaume=William I, Comte d'Aquitaine and Adle de
    Normandie, History would remember Adlade, the first capetian Queen of
    France, for her charity and piety. She was the founder of the Monastery de
    Saint-Frambault as well as of the Convent d'Argenteuil. Married in Jan 970
    in France: Hughes II, King de France, son of Hughes, dux Francorum and
    Hadwige, Princess de Saxe; Some sources indicate that Alice and Hughes were
    married in 968. Died: between 1004 and 1006.
    2738. Guillaume I/II, Count de Provence (above)
    2739. Adlas=Adle d'Anjou (above)
    2740. Saint Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 104, Line 143-33.) (Aug, Tome II, Page 1054.)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, "Byzantium", Posted on 09 October 1995 at 03:15 Hours,
    citing E.S., Band II, Tafel 128.) (Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., posted by
    Robert Carver, [Prodigy ID# MNDY85D], "Russian Royals" on 26 August 1995 at
    11:58 Hours.) (Leana Randall, Prodigy Post, post under Subject "Russia" on
    27 July 1994 at 02:43 Hours). AKA: Vladimir I, Prince of Russia. AKA:
    Vladimir I Swjatoslawitsch. AKA: Vladimir, Grand Prince of Novgorod. AKA:
    Vladimir, Grand Duke de Kiev. Born: circa 956 in Kiev, Ukraine, son of
    Swiatoslav I, Grand Prince of Kiev and Maloucha, the Slav. Married circa
    976: Adlaga N?. Married circa 977 in Kiev, Ukraine: Olava N?. Married in
    980: Rognieda de Polotsk, daughter of Rogwolod, Prince de Polotsk and N?;
    Rognieda is throught to have been Vladimir's third wife but may have been his
    first. Married circa 981: N?; She was a Greek and the widow of his
    Vladimir's brother Tropolk when she married Saint Vladimir. Married before
    983 in Kiev, Ukraine: Malfrida of Bohemia. Baptized: in 988; Vladimir was
    baptized a Christian in the year 988, through he had many wives and
    concubines. The Russians were converted to Christianity as a people at that
    time. Prior to that, they tended to worship natural spirits. Married in 989:
    Anna, Princess of the East, daughter of Romain II, Emperor of Constantinople
    and Thophano = Sophia Phokas; Saint Vladimir I, while continuing the
    Varangian practice of multiple spouses [married and otherwise], married
    Princess Anne, sister of Basil II, Eastern Emperor. Married between 1012 and
    1017: N. von Ohningen, daughter of Kuno, Count von Ohningen and Richilde,
    Princess of Germany. Note - before 1015: Saint Vladimir reunited Russia, and
    his several sons re-divided the patrimony among themselves. The idea that
    "might makes right" kept the princes at war with each other, so it was
    agreed that the Rota system would be established. This was a ranking of the
    various principalities with Kiev at first being #1 ... at the death of the
    reigning Grand Prince, the then Prince of city-state #2 advanced to Kiev,
    the Prince of #3 city-state moved to city-state #2, and so forth ... this
    never worked well. After more bloodshed, this as replaced by the Patrimonial
    Succession laws, thereby the sons of each princely father inherited his
    property and stayed there ... well, they were supposed to do so. At any
    rate, this created the princely lines of Kiev, Novgorod, Chernigov, Yaroslav,
    Polotsk, Vladimir, Pereslovl, etc...
    A junior line of princes was founded by Andrew
    Bobulinsky [abbreviated version of his real name] and the juncture of the
    Moskva and Oka rivers. A KREML [fort] had been built there to control the
    commercial flow on the rivers ... and with that foundation, the rise of
    Moscow and its line of princes began, based upon economic materialism. Died:
    15 Jul 1015 in Berestovoye, Kiev, Ukraine, Vladimir ruled from his seat in
    Kiev, where he had a brilliant court and laid the foundation for the Russian
    Empire. He embrassed the Christian faith. The Order of Saint Vladimir was
    created by Catherine II, Empress of Russia in 1782 to commemorate his
    memory, and was designed to reward civil or military servants. The Order has
    four classes and the ribbon is comprised of 3 vertical bands, 2 black with a
    red one in the middle. His Feast Day is 15 June. Vladimir is buried in the
    Church of Ti in Kiev.
    2741. Rognieda de Polotsk(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Stuart, Page 104, Line 143-33.) (Leana Randall, Prodigy Post, post under
    Subject "Russia" on 27 July 1994 at 02:43 Hours). Married Name: Kiev. Born:
    circa 952 in Polotsk, Byelorussia, Russia, daughter of Rogwolod, Prince de
    Polotsk and N?. Married in 980: Saint Vladimir, Grand Prince of Kiev, son of
    Swiatoslav I, Grand Prince of Kiev and Maloucha, the Slav; Rognieda is
    throught to have been Vladimir's third wife but may have been his first.
    Died: 1002. MaterAlter: circa 1011 Dobronega Maria of Kiev/Rognieda de
    Polotsk.
    2742. Olaf III, King of Sweden(Stuart, Page 177,
    Line 240-33.) (Leana Randall, Prodigy Post, post under Subject "Russia" on
    27 July 1994 at 02:43 Hours). Also Known As: Olaf "Skotkonung." Born: before
    983, son of Erik, King of Sweden and Sigrid of Sweden, Olaf III is presumed
    to have been at least 18 years old by the time his daughter Ingegerd was
    born. Other sources, posted by Leana Randall, indicate that Olaf III was
    born circa 950, which makes his mother's birthdate [alleged to be ca. 950,
    per Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners"] improbable. Married before 998:
    Astrid, Princess of the Obotrites, daughter of Mieceslas III, Prince of the
    Obotrites and Sophia N?; Astride was Olaf III's second wife.
    Significant-Other: Endia of Mecklenburg before 1000 -. Died: 1022.
    2743. Astrid, Princess of the Obotrites(Stuart, Page
    265, Line 380-33.) (Leana Randall, Prodigy Post, post under Subject "Russia"
    on 27 July 1994 at 02:49 Hours). Married Name: Astrid = Ingrid, Princess of
    Sweden. Born: circa 979 in Sweden, daughter of Mieceslas III, Prince of the
    Obotrites and Sophia N?. Married before 998: Olaf III, King of Sweden, son
    of Erik, King of Sweden and Sigrid of Sweden; Astride was Olaf III's second
    wife. Died: after 1001.
    2744. Hribert III, Count de Vermandois(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 112) (Stuart, Page 175, Line 239-33). AKA: Herbert III, Seigneur de
    Saint-Quentin(Abbott, Page 127). Born: circa 955, son of Albert I=Adalbert,
    Count de Vermandois and Gerberge de Brabant. Married between 997 and 1000 in
    France: Ermengarde de Bar-sur-Seine, daughter of Renaud, Count de Bar-sur-Seine
    and N?; Herbert III was Ermengarde's second husband. Died: 29 Aug 1002.
    2745. Ermengarde de Bar-sur-Seine(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 112) (Stuart, Page 189, Line 256-34). Married Name: de Vermandois.
    Married Name: de Tonnerre. Born: before 965, daughter of Renaud, Count de
    Bar-sur-Seine and N?, Ermengarde is presumed to have been at least 10 years
    old when she married Milon II/IV. Married circa 975: Milon II/IV, Count de
    Tonnerre, son of Milon I/III, Count de Tonnerre and Ingeltrude de Brienne.
    Married between 997 and 1000 in France: Hribert III, Count de Vermandois,
    son of Albert I=Adalbert, Count de Vermandois and Gerberge de Brabant;
    Herbert III was Ermengarde's second husband. Note - between 998 and 1018:
    Ermengarde was the Heiress of Bar-sur-Seine. Died: after 1035 Ermengarde
    died a widow of Milo, Count de Tonnerre. MaterAlter: before 1036 Ermengarde
    = Marguerite, Countess de Tonnerre/Ermengarde de Bar-sur-Seine(Abbott, Page
    86).
    2748. Raoul II, Count de Crpy(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    121) (Paul Theroff, posts, 15 September 1994 at 00:16 Hours). AKA: Raoul II,
    Count du Vexin(Stuart, Page 196, Line 268-34). AKA: Raoul II, Seigneur de
    Crpy. AKA: Raoul II, Seigneur de Valois(Abbott, Pages 56). AKA: Raoul IV,
    Count de Valois. Note -: When his son became a monk in 1077, some of his
    estates (Bar and Vitry) passed to Thibaud who had married his daughter.
    Born: before 994 in Vexin, Normandie, France, son of Gautier II, Count du
    Vexin and Adle de Senlis, Raoul II is presumed to have been born before his
    father was 50 years old. Married before 1025: Adle de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis,
    daughter of Hildouin, Count de Breteuil and Emmeline de Chteaudun. Died:
    between 1040 and 1060 Some sources indicate that Raoul II died in 1040,
    others claim it was in 1060.
    2749. Adle de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 121) (Stuart, Page 196, Line 268-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 15
    September 1994 at 00:16 Hours). Married Name: de Valois. Married Name: de
    Crpy. AKA: Adlade de Breteuil(Stuart, Page 196, Line 268-34). Married
    Name: de Vexin. Born: before 1010 in France, daughter of Hildouin, Count de
    Breteuil and Emmeline de Chteaudun, Adlade is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time her son Raoul III was born. Married before
    1025: Raoul II, Count de Crpy, son of Gautier II, Count du Vexin and Adle
    de Senlis. Died: 11 Sep 1051.
    2750. Nocher III, Count de Bar-sur-Aube(Stuart)
    (Paul Theroff, posts, 04 February 1995 at 15:14 Hours). Born: before 1008 in
    France, son of Nocher II, Count de Bar-sur-Aube and Alis=Adlade, Comtesse
    de Soissons, Nocher III is presumed to have been at least 20 years old by
    the time his daughter Alix was born. Married before 1028: N?. Died: circa
    1039.
    2751. N?
    2756. Geoffroy I, Count de Semur(Stuart, Page 62,
    Line 85-33.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 09 August 1994 at 01:59 Hours.) (Abbott,
    Page 206). Born: before 942 in Semur, Brionnais, Bourgogne, France, son of
    Josserand, Count de Semur and Ricore N?, Geoffroy I is presumed to have
    been at least 18 years old by the time his son, Geoffroy II, was born.
    Married before 959 in France: N. de Brioude, daughter of Dalmace, Vicomte de
    Brioude and N?; She was Geoffroy I's first wife. Married circa 1003 in
    France: Mahaut de Chalon, daughter of Lambert, Count de Chalon and Adlas=Were
    de Bourgogne; Mahaut was Geoffroy I's second wife and he was her second
    husband. Died: after 1015 Geoffroy I was alive in the year 1015.
    2757. N. de Brioude(Stuart, Page 62, Line 85-33).
    Married Name: de Semur. Born: before 955 in Brioude, Haute-Loire, Auvergne,
    France, daughter of Dalmace, Vicomte de Brioude and N?, She is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time her son Dalmace was born.
    Married before 959 in France: Geoffroy I, Count de Semur, son of Josserand,
    Count de Semur and Ricore N?; She was Geoffroy I's first wife.
    2758. Grard, Count de Vergy(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    130). Born: before 945 in Vergy, Bourgogne, France Grard is presumed to
    have been at least 15 years old by the time his daughter Aremburge was born.
    Married before 960: ?lizabeth de Chlon.
    2759. ?lizabeth de Chlon(ibid). Married Name: de
    Vergy. Born: before 945 ?lizabeth is presumed to have been at least 15 years
    old by the time her daughter Aremburge was born. Married before 960: Grard,
    Count de Vergy.
    2760. Adelbert II, King de Lombardie(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls). AKA: Adalbert, Count of Aosta. AKA: Adelbert II, Count de
    Bourgogne. AKA: Adelbert II, Count de Mcon. Born: circa 936 in Italy, son
    of Brenger II, King of Italy and Willa d'Arles(Stuart, Page 72). Note -
    between 950 and 961: Adelbert II was the King of Italy 950-961. Married in
    956 in France: Gerberge=Garsinde de Chalon, daughter of Litaud II, Count de
    Mcon and Berthe de Troyes. Died: 30 Apr 971.
    2761. Gerberge=Garsinde de Chalon(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 98). AKA: Gerberge de Besanon. Married Name: de Lombardie. AKA:
    Gerberge, Countess de Dijon. Married Name: de Bourgogne. AKA: Gerberge de
    Mcon(Abbott, Page 212). MaterAlter: before 919 Adlas=Were de Bourgogne/Gerberge=Garsinde
    de Chalon. PaterAlter before 919 Gerberge=Garsinde de Chalon/Lambert, Count
    de Chalon. Born: before 919 in France, daughter of Litaud II, Count de
    Mcon and Berthe de Troyes, Gerberge is presumed to have been born before
    her father, Litaud, was 50 years old. Some sources indicate that this
    Gerberge was the daughter of Lambert, Count de Chalon by Adlas de
    Bourgogne [other sources do not indicate Adlas as being de Bourgogne]
    rather they show her to be the daughter of Litaud II de Mcon by Berthe de
    Troyes. Married in 956 in France: Adelbert II, King de Lombardie, son of Brenger
    II, King of Italy and Willa d'Arles. Married circa 972 in France: Henri,
    Duke de Bourgogne, son of Hughes, dux Francorum and Hadwige, Princess de
    Saxe; Henri was Gerberge's second husband and she was his first wife. Died:
    11 Dec 991.
    2762. Renaud, Count de Reims(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    123, 193, 269). AKA: Reginald, Count de Roucy. Born: circa 920 in France,
    son of Achard de La Fert-sur-Aube and Acharda de Bar-sur-Aube(Keats-Rohan,
    Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes
    d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 225). Married
    between 944 and 947: Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine, daughter of Gilbert, Count
    de Brabant and Gerberge de Saxe. Died: 10 May 967 Renaud is burried at the
    Abbey of Saint-Rmi, Reims, France.
    2763. Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 123, 193) (Stuart, Page 70, Line 92-34). Married Name: de Reims.
    AKA: Albrade de Hainaut. Born: circa 930, daughter of Gilbert, Count de
    Brabant and Gerberge de Saxe. Married between 944 and 947: Renaud, Count de
    Reims, son of Achard de La Fert-sur-Aube and Acharda de Bar-sur-Aube. Died:
    15 Mar 973.
    2764. Richard I, Duke de Normandie (above)
    2765. Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec (above)
    2766. Conan I, Duke de Bretagne(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    147, 166) (Stuart, Page 237, Line 334-35) (Paul Theroff, posts, 07 June 1995
    at 14:08 Hours). AKA: Conan, Count de Rennes(Abbott, Page 272). Also Known
    As: Conan "Le Tort." Born: before 953, son of Juhel Brenger, Count de
    Rennes and Gerberge N?, Conan I is presumed to have been born before his
    father was 50 years old. Married either 973 or 980 in France: Ermengarde
    d'Anjou, daughter of Geoffroy I = Gausfred, Count d'Anjou and Adlas de
    Vermandois(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain:
    Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles",
    Page 247). Died: 27 Jun 992 in Conquereuil, Loire-Infrieure, Bretagne,
    France, Conan I was killed.
    2767. Ermengarde d'Anjou(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 147,
    166) (Stuart, Page 125, Line 167-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 07 June 1995 at
    14:08 Hours). Married Name: de Bretagne. Born: circa 965 in France, daughter
    of Geoffroy I = Gausfred, Count d'Anjou and Adlas de Vermandois,
    Ermengarde is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time her
    son Geoffroy was born. Married either 973 or 980 in France: Conan I, Duke de
    Bretagne, son of Juhel Brenger, Count de Rennes and Gerberge N?(Keats-Rohan,
    Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes
    d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 247). Died: after
    983.
    2784. Hugues II, Vicomte de Comborn(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 114, Line 156-34.) (Abbott, Page 432). AKA: Hughes,
    Sire de Quercy. AKA: Hughes, Vicomte de Cambour Hughes II was the first
    hereditary Vicomte de Cambour [Comborn](Stuart, Page 114). Born: before 938
    in Quercy, Guyenne, France, son of Hugues I, Count de Quercy and Gunidilde
    N?, Hughes II is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his
    son Archambaud II was born. Some sources skip this generation and assert
    that Archambaud II was the son of Hughes I, the first hereditary Vicomte de
    Comborn. Married before 952: N?. Died: circa 983 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher, Orlanais,
    France,(Abbott, Page 432).
    2785. N?
    2786. Bernard, Vicomte de Turenne(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 125) (Abbott, Page 438). Note -: Bernard was made Vicomte de
    Turenne by Louis IV, King of France. Born: before 930 in Turenne, Guyenne,
    France, son of Adhemer, Count de Quercy and N?, Bernard was alive in the
    year 930(Stuart, Page 220). Married before 952: Doda N?. Died: between 980
    and 984 in France Bernard was alive in the year 980.
    2787. Doda N?(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 125). Married
    Name: de Turenne. Born: before 942 in France Doda is presumed to have been
    at least 10 years old when she married Bernard. Married before 952: Bernard,
    Vicomte de Turenne, son of Adhemer, Count de Quercy and N?. Died: after 984
    Doda was a widow in the year 984(Stuart, Page 220).
    2788. Guillaume I, Duke de Normandie(Rosamond, Page
    238.) (Stuart, Page 124, Line 166-34) (Paul Theroff, posts, 08 June 1995 at
    18:26 Hours). AKA: Guillaume, Comte du Maine King Raoul gave Maine to
    Guillaume I in 923, but the normans lost it after 20 years(Abbott, Page
    130). Also Known As: Guillaume "Longue ?pe"(Abbott). Born: circa 900 in
    Normandie, France, son of Rollon=Rolf, Duke de Normandie and Popa de Bayeux.
    Married before 932: Sprote de Bretagne, daughter of Hubert, Comte de Senlis
    and N?; Sprote was a Breton concubine "Danish Wife" and also first wife of
    William Longsword. Note - between 933 and 942: While married to the daughter
    of Herbert of Vermandois, Guillaume I's children were born of the Breton
    concubine. William had supported King Louis IV and attempted to establish
    his protection over Brittany (Bretagne), gaining at least the Contentin and
    Avranchin in 933. When, in 942, William was murdered at the instigation of
    Arnoul, Count of Flanders, his son Richard, still a minor, succeeded him.
    Married in 940 in France: Leutgarde de Vermandois, daughter of Herbert II,
    Count de Vermandois and Hildebrante de Neustrie. Died: 17 Dec 943 in France
    Guillaume I was assassinated.
    2789. Sprote de Bretagne(Rosamond, Page 238)
    (Stuart, Page 124, Line 166-34) (Andr Roux: Scrolls). Married Name: de
    Normandie. Born: circa 911 in Bretagne, France, daughter of Hubert, Comte de
    Senlis and N?. Married before 932: Guillaume I, Duke de Normandie, son of
    Rollon=Rolf, Duke de Normandie and Popa de Bayeux; Sprote was a Breton
    concubine "Danish Wife" and also first wife of William Longsword.
    2790. Herbastus de Crpon(Stuart, Page 237.)
    (Genealogy BB of Prodigy Svcs., David Dowell posting on the Genealogy BB of
    the Prodigy Interactive Personal Service under Subject "Antrobus" on 7
    January 1996 at 22:23 Hours). Occupation: Herbastus was the Forrester of
    Arques. Born: circa 911 in Normandie, France. Married before 936 in France:
    N?.
    2791. N?
    2832. Gausfred = Geoffroi III, Vicomte de
    Chteaudun(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain:
    Chapter 11: " Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles",
    Pages 262 - 264). Born: circa 965, son of Geoffroy = Gausfred II, Vicomte de
    Chteaudun and Hermengarde = Hildegard N?. Married before 989: Melisindis,
    Dame de Nogent-le-Rotrou, daughter of Rotrocus, Seigneur de Nogent-le-Rotrou
    and N?. Died: between 1015 and 1029.
    2833. Melisindis, Dame de
    Nogent-le-Rotrou(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots). Married Name: de
    Chteaudun. Born: before 975, daughter of Rotrocus, Seigneur de
    Nogent-le-Rotrou and N?. Married before 989: Gausfred = Geoffroi III,
    Vicomte de Chteaudun, son of Geoffroy = Gausfred II, Vicomte de Chteaudun
    and Hermengarde = Hildegard N?.
    2834. Fouques, Count de Carbon. AKA: Fulcoin, Comte
    de Mortagne(ibid). Born: before 875 in Mortague-au-Perche, Normandie,
    France. Married before 900: N?.
    2835. N?
    2836. Guillaume I dit Talvas, Count de Bellme(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 53, 211) (Stuart, Page 252, Line 360-34). AKA: Guillaume,
    Seigneur d'Alenon(Abbott, Page 223). Born: before 972 in Orne, Normandie,
    France, son of Yves I, Count de Bellme and Godehilde N?, Guillaume I is
    presumed to have been at least 18 years old by the time his son, Guillaume
    II, was born. Married before 989: Mathilde, Dame de Cond-sur-Noireau. Died:
    1028 in Domfront, Orne, Normandie, France, Guillaume I is buried at the
    Cathedral of Notre-Dame-sur-l'Eau(Abbott).
    2837. Mathilde, Dame de Cond-sur-Noireau(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 53, 211) (Stuart, Page 252, Line 360-34). Married Name: de
    Bellme. Born: before 975 Mathilde is presumed to have been at least 15
    years old by the time her son Guillaume II was born. Married before 989:
    Guillaume I dit Talvas, Count de Bellme, son of Yves I, Count de Bellme
    and Godehilde N?.
    2840. Hildouin II, Count de Montdidier(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 198) (Stuart, Page 195, Line 266-33). AKA: Hildouin II, Seigneur de
    Ramru. AKA: Hilduin d'Arcis-sur-Aube(Paul Theroff, posts, Posted at ftp://members.aol.com/ptheroff/genfiles/coucy_a.txt,
    on 23 April 1996 at 13:58 Hours). Born: before 972 in Montdidier, Somme,
    Picardie, France, son of Hildouin=Helpuin I, Count de Montdidier and Hlissende=Hersinde,
    Countess d'Arcis-sur-Aube, Hildouin II is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when he died. Married before 990: N. de Dammartin. Died: 992 in Jrusalem,
    Palestine, Holy Land, Hildouin II died while on a pilgrimage.
    2841. N. de Dammartin(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 198).
    Married Name: de Montdidier. Born: before 972 in France She is presumed to
    have been at least 20 years old by the time her husband, Hildouin II died.
    Married before 990: Hildouin II, Count de Montdidier, son of Hildouin=Helpuin
    I, Count de Montdidier and Hlissende=Hersinde, Countess d'Arcis-sur-Aube.
    2844. Gervais, Count de Chtillon-sur-Marne(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 127, Line 170-33). AKA: Gervais, Comte de Roucy.
    AKA: Giselbert, Vidme de Reims. Born: circa 956 in France, son of Renaud,
    Count de Reims and Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine. Married before 985 in
    France: N. de Poitiers. Died: circa 995 in Reims, Marne, France. Buried:
    before 1000 in Reims, Marne, France. PaterAlter before 1040 Gervais, Count
    de Chtillon-sur-Marne/Litaud, Seigneur de Marle.
    2845. N. de Poitiers(ibid). Married Name: de
    Chtillon-sur-Marne. Born: before 970 She is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time her daughter Judith was born. Married before 985 in
    France: Gervais, Count de Chtillon-sur-Marne, son of Renaud, Count de Reims
    and Albrade=Aubre de Lorraine. MaterAlter: before 1040 Litaud, Seigneur
    de Marle/N. de Poitiers.
    2846. Raynier V, Count de Hainaut(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 79, 115) (Stuart, Page 101, Line 139-34.) (Abbott, Page 558). Born:
    circa 950, son of Raynier IV, Count de Hainaut and Alix d'Alsace, Some
    sources show this Raynier as Raynier IV. Married circa 996 in France:
    Hadwige Capet, Princesse de France, daughter of Hughes II, King de France
    and Adlade de Poitiers. Died: 1013.
    2847. Hadwige Capet, Princesse de France(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 79, 115) (Stuart, Page 119, Line 163-33). Married Name: de Hainaut.
    Born: between 970 and 986, daughter of Hughes II, King de France and Adlade
    de Poitiers, Hadwige is presumed to have been at least 10 years old when she
    married Raynier V. Some sources indicate she was born in 969, which was
    before her parents were married. Married circa 996 in France: Raynier V,
    Count de Hainaut, son of Raynier IV, Count de Hainaut and Alix d'Alsace.
    Died: after 1013 Hadwige=Hegdig was alive in the year 1013.
    3072. Roger, Comte de Comminges(Paul Theroff, posts,
    "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:11 Hours). Born: before 935, son of
    Aznar, Count de Consrans and N?. Married before 964: Adlade de Rouergue;
    Roger was Adlade's first husband. Died: circa 965 Roger died before March,
    970.
    3073. Adlade de Rouergue (above)
    3136. Raymond III, Count de Toulouse(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 85, 146) (Stuart, Page 232, Line 326-33.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 2
    May 1994 at 14:37 Hours). AKA: Pons I, Count d'Auvergne. AKA: Raymond III,
    Duke d'Aquitaine. AKA: Raymond III, Marquis de Gothie. AKA: Raymond III Pons,
    Count d'Albi. AKA: Pons I, Count de Toulouse. Born: before 914 in Languedoc,
    France, son of Raimond II, Count de Toulouse and Gunhilde d'Urgel, Raymond
    III is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son Pons
    II was born. Note - between 923 and 950: Raymond III Pons Count of Toulouse,
    Languedoc, France: 923-950, was also the Duke of Aquitaine, and Marquis of
    Gothie(Aug). Married before 928: Berthe de Toscane, daughter of Boson,
    Marquis de Toscane and Willa de Bourgogne; Berthe was Raimond III's second
    wife, and he was her first husband. Married before 928: Garsinde de Gascogne.
    PaterAlter circa 947 Raymond III, Count de Toulouse/Guillaume III, Count de
    Toulouse. Died: 950.
    3137. Garsinde de Gascogne(Stuart, Page 232, Line
    326-33.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 2 May 1994 at 14:37 Hours). Married Name: de
    Toulouse. Born: before 918 Garsinde is presumed to have been at least 10
    years old when she married Raymond III Pons. Married before 928: Raymond
    III, Count de Toulouse, son of Raimond II, Count de Toulouse and Gunhilde
    d'Urgel. MaterAlter: circa 947 Guillaume III, Count de Toulouse/Garsinde de
    Gascogne.
    3138. Fouques II, Count d'Anjou(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    147) (Stuart, Page 125, Line 167-36.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 10 July 1994 at
    00:34 Hours). Also Known As: Fouques "Le Bon." Born: 909 in France, son of
    Fouques I, Count d'Anjou and Roscille de Loches. Note - between 909 and 958
    in Maine-et-Loire, Anjou, France: Fouques II was the first of the Angevin
    Comtes to try to dominate Brittany(Abbott, Page 143). Married before 929:
    Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais, daughter of Gausfred I, Vicomte d'Orlans
    and Aba, Dame d'Arverne. Died: 11 Nov 958(Perro, Ancient, Royal, Colonial
    Ancestry, Page 4 [2-Feb-95 @ 16:10 Hrs], Citing A.G. Moriarty: "The Ancestry
    of King Edward III, The Plantagenets"; F. Weiss & W.L. Sheppard "Ancestral
    Roots of 60 Colonists:, 5th. Ed, G. Paget "Lineage and Ancestry of HRH
    Prince Charles, Prince of Wales").
    3139. Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 147) (Stuart, Page 125, Line 167-36.) (Abbott, Page 103.) (Keats-Rohan,
    Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: " Les comtes
    d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Pages 241, 244). AKA:
    Gerberge d'Arles. Married Name: d'Anjou. Born: circa 913 in France, daughter
    of Gausfred I, Vicomte d'Orlans and Aba, Dame d'Arverne, Gerberge's
    parentage is in dispute. PaterAlter circa 913 Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais/Ratburne,
    Vicomte de Vienne(Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots). MaterAlter: circa
    913 Gerberge d'Arverne/Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais(ibid). Married before
    929: Fouques II, Count d'Anjou, son of Fouques I, Count d'Anjou and Roscille
    de Loches. Died: 952 Gerberge signed a charter in 952(Perro, Ancient, Royal,
    Colonial Ancestry, Page 4 [2-Feb-95 @ 16:10 Hrs], Citing A.G. Moriarty: "The
    Ancestry of King Edward III, The Plantagenets"; F. Weiss & W.L. Sheppard
    "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists:, 5th. Ed, G. Paget "Lineage and Ancestry
    of HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales").
    3140. Bozon II, Count d'Arles(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    148) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 375-34). AKA: Boson II, Count d'Avignon. AKA:
    Boson II, Count de Provence Boson II was the Count of Provence at Arles(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 114) (Stuart, Page 236, Line 333-36.) (Abbott, Page 606).
    Born: before 929, son of Robaud I, Count d'Arles and N? d'Aquitaine, Boson
    is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time his son Guillaume
    was born. Married before 944 in Provence, France: Folcoare=Constance de
    Toulouse, daughter of Charles Constantine, Count de Vienne and Teutberge=Thiberge
    de Troyes. Died: between 965 and 967 Boson was alive in the year 949 but not
    in 968.
    3141. Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 148) (Stuart, Page 261, Line 375-34). AKA: Constance d'Arles. AKA:
    Constance de Provence. Married Name: d'Arles. AKA: Constance de Vienne.
    Born: before 929 in France, daughter of Charles Constantine, Count de Vienne
    and Teutberge=Thiberge de Troyes, Constance is presumed to have been at
    least 15 years old by the time her son Guillaume was born. Married before
    944 in Provence, France: Bozon II, Count d'Arles, son of Robaud I, Count
    d'Arles and N? d'Aquitaine.
    3144. Boson I, Count de La Marche(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 55, 83). AKA: Boson I, Count de Prigord. Also Known As: Boson "Le
    Vieil." AKA: Boson I, Count de Charroux. Born: before 927 in Poitou, France,
    son of Sulpice, Count de Charroux and N?, Boson I was granted the County of
    La Marche in the year 944 by Guillaume III, Duc d'Aquitaine, and is presumed
    to have been at least 17 years old by that time(Abbott, Page 422). Married
    before 959 in France: Emm, Countess de Prigord, daughter of Guillaume I,
    Comte de Prigord and Rgelindis de Tours; Boson I became the Count de Prigord
    by marriage.
    3145. Emm, Countess de Prigord(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 55, 83) (Paul Theroff, posts, "Lusignan" posted on 15 February 1994
    at 14:06 Hours.) (Abbott, Page 329). Married Name: de La Marche. Born:
    before 918, daughter of Guillaume I, Comte de Prigord and Rgelindis de
    Tours. Married before 959 in France: Boson I, Count de La Marche, son of
    Sulpice, Count de Charroux and N?; Boson I became the Count de Prigord by
    marriage.
    3146. Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 137, 228) (Stuart, Page 233, Line 328-36). Born: before 914 in
    Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin, France, son of Hildegaire, Vicomte de
    Limoges and Teuteberge de Bourges, Giraud is presumed to have been born
    before his father was 50 years old. Married circa 950: Rothilde de Brosse,
    daughter of Admar, Vicomte de Brosse and Mlisende N?. Died: after 991
    Giraud was alive in the years 960 through 991.
    3147. Rothilde de Brosse(Stuart) (Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 228). Married Name: de Limoges. Born: before 940 in France,
    daughter of Admar, Vicomte de Brosse and Mlisende N?, Rothilde is presumed
    to have been at least 10 years old when she married Giraud. Married circa
    950: Giraud, Vicomte de Limoges, son of Hildegaire, Vicomte de Limoges and
    Teuteberge de Bourges. Died: after 995 in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Limousin,
    France, Rothilde was alive in the year 995.
    3152. Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre; Garcia IV
    was King of Navarre from 994 to 999 (Andr Roux: Scrolls) (Stuart, Page 164,
    Line 223-37). Born: circa 964 in Spain, son of Sancho III Abarca, King de
    Navarre and Urraque Fernandez de Castile. Married circa 980: Ximena=Chimne
    Fernandez, daughter of Fernando Vermudez, Count de Cea and Elvira Diaz de
    Saldaa. Died: before 8 Dec 999 in Spain Garcia IV is burried at the
    Monastery of San Juan de la Pena.
    3153. Ximena=Chimne Fernandez(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    207) (Stuart, Page 195, Line 267-37). Married Name: de Navarre. Born: circa
    970, daughter of Fernando Vermudez, Count de Cea and Elvira Diaz de Saldaa.
    Married circa 980: Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre, son of Sancho III
    Abarca, King de Navarre and Urraque Fernandez de Castile. Died: after 1035.
    3154. Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 259) (Stuart, Page 206, Line 285-34). AKA: Sancho, Duke de
    Gascogne(Andr Roux: Scrolls, 86) (Abbott, Page 337). AKA: Sanche, Count de
    Bordeaux. AKA: Sancho Garcia, Count de Castile. Born: circa 965 in Spain,
    son of Garcia I, Count de Castile and Sancha Abba de Ribagorza. Married in
    994 in Spain: Urraque Salvadores, daughter of Salvaldor Perez and N?. Died:
    5 Feb 1017 in Spain Sancho Garcia is buried at the Monastery de San Salvador
    de Ona.
    3155. Urraque Salvadores(Stuart, Page 40, Line
    55-34). Married Name: de Castile. Married Name: de Lara y de Castilla. Born:
    before 980 in Spain, daughter of Salvaldor Perez and N?, Urraque is presumed
    to have been at least 15 years old by the time her daughter Major Nua was
    born. Married in 994 in Spain: Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara, son of Garcia
    I, Count de Castile and Sancha Abba de Ribagorza. Died: 20 May 1025 in
    Spain.
    3156. Bermudo II, King de Len(Paul Theroff, posts,
    Posting in Subject "Spain & Portugal" on 5 March 1994 at 03:29 Hours). Also
    Known As: Vermudo "El Gotoso." Born: circa 953 in Spain, son of Ordoo III,
    King de Len and Aragonta=Gontroda Pelaez. Note - between 982 and 999:
    Bermudo II was King of Len from 982 to 999. Married on 28 Nov 991: Elvira
    Garcia de Castile, daughter of Garcia I, Count de Castile and Sancha Abba de
    Ribagorza; Elvira was Bermudo II's second wife. Died: Sep 999 in Villabueno
    del Bierzo, Spain, Bermudo II is buried ay Carrac Edo, Spain.
    3157. Elvira Garcia de Castile(Stuart, Page 201,
    Line 276-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, Posting in Subject "Spain & Portugal" on
    5 March 1994 at 03:29 Hours). Married Name: de Len. Born: circa 970 in
    Spain, daughter of Garcia I, Count de Castile and Sancha Abba de Ribagorza.
    Married on 28 Nov 991: Bermudo II, King de Len, son of Ordoo III, King de
    Len and Aragonta=Gontroda Pelaez; Elvira was Bermudo II's second wife.
    Died: Dec 1017 in Spain Elvira is burried at the Church de San Isidore de
    Len. Stuart's "Royalty for Commoners" has Elvira living as of 1 March 1028,
    whereas E.S. [via Paul Thero] shows the above date for the deceased.
    3158. Menendo Gonzalez, Count de Galicia(Stuart).
    Born: before 985 in Spain, son of Gonzalo Menendez, Count de Galicia and
    Ilduara Pelaez(ibid). Married in 993 in Spain: Urraque Garces de Navarre,
    daughter of Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre and Ximena=Chimne Fernandez.
    Died: Oct 1008 in Spain Menendo was killed(ibid).
    3159. Urraque Garces de Navarre(Andr Roux: Scrolls)
    (Stuart, Page 136, Line 180-32). Married Name: de Galicia. Married Name: de
    Len. Born: before 983, daughter of Garcia IV Sanchez, King de Navarre and
    Ximena=Chimne Fernandez. Married in 993 in Spain: Menendo Gonzalez, Count
    de Galicia, son of Gonzalo Menendez, Count de Galicia and Ilduara Pelaez.
    Married in 1023: Alfonso V, King de Len, son of Bermudo II, King de Len
    and Elvira Garcia de Castile. Died: after 1023.
    3184. Bozon II, Count d'Arles (above)
    3185. Folcoare=Constance de Toulouse (above)
    3186. Arnold I, Comte de Comminges(Stuart) (Paul
    Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted on 21 March 1995 at 02:08 Hours). AKA:
    Arnaud, Count de Consrans. Born: before 930 in France, son of Aznar, Count
    de Consrans and N?, Arnold I is presumed to have been at least 10 years old
    when he married Arsende. Married in 940: Arsende, Countess de Carcassonne,
    daughter of Acfred I, Duke d'Aquitaine and N?. Occupation: in 945 Arnold I
    was Count of a part of Comminges in the year 945. Died: circa 957.
    3187. Arsende, Countess de Carcassonne(Stuart, Page
    209, Line 291-36.) (Abbott, Page 379). Married Name: de Comminges. AKA:
    Arsinde, Comtesse de Razs(Abbott). Born: before 927 in France, daughter of
    Acfred I, Duke d'Aquitaine and N?. PaterAlter before 927 Arsende, Countess
    de Carcassonne/Acfred II, Comte de Carcassonne. Married in 940: Arnold I,
    Comte de Comminges, son of Aznar, Count de Consrans and N?. Died: after 969
    Arsende was alive in the year 969.
    3202. Arnaldo=Renoud, Count d'Astarac(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 243) (Stuart, Page 159, Line 216-36.) (Abbott, Page 342). Born:
    circa 920, son of Garcia Sanchez, Count de Gascogne and Aminiana de Prigord,
    Arnaldo was alive in the year 920. Married before 934: N?. Died: circa 960
    Arnaldo was alive in the year 960.
    3203. N?
    3328. Arnold I, Comte de Comminges (above)
    3329. Arsende, Countess de Carcassonne (above)
    3332. Arnaud I, Count de Bigorre(Stuart, Page 159,
    Line 227-35). Born: before 950, son of Raymond I Dato, Count de Bigorre and
    Fachilne d'Astarac, Arnaud I is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time his son Garcia was born. Married before 965: N?. Died: circa
    1030(Abbott, Page 346).
    3333. N?
    3334. Guillermo I, Count d'Astarac(Stuart, Page 159,
    Line 227-34). Born: before 950 Guillermo is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time his daughter Ricarde was born. Married before 965:
    N?.
    3335. N?
    3356. ?tienne, Comte de Gvaudan(Andr Roux:
    Scrolls, 128.) (Abbott, Page 384.) (Paul Theroff, posts, 10 September 1994
    at 17:48 Hours). Born: before 932 in Gvaudan, Languedoc, France, son of
    Ermengaud, Count de Rouergue and Adlas=Alas de Toulouse. Married before
    950 in France: Annane N?; Annane was ?tienne's first wife. Married before
    955 in France: Adlas=Adle d'Anjou, daughter of Fouques II, Count d'Anjou
    and Gerberge, Comtesse de Gtinais; ?tienne was Adlade's first husband
    (Keats-Rohan, Family Trees and Roots, Settipani, Christain: Chapter 11: "
    Les comtes d'Anjou et leurs alliances aux Xe et XIe sicles", Page 247).
    Died: between 961 and 979 in France Some sources indicate that ?tienne died
    in 961, others assert it was in 979. Died: 993(Abbott, Page 384).
    3357. Adlas=Adle d'Anjou (above)
    3360. Raymond I dit Borel, Count de Barcelone(Andr
    Roux: Scrolls, 86) (Stuart, Page 38, Line 54-34). AKA: Raymond Borrel I,
    Count de Gerona. AKA: Raymond dit Borel, Count de Osona. Born: 972, son of
    Borel II, Count de Barcelone and Ledgarde=Luitgarde de Toulouse. Married in
    990: Ermessinde de Carcassonne, daughter of Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges
    and Adlade de Rouergue. Died: 25 Feb 1017.
    3361. Ermessinde de Carcassonne(Andr Roux: Scrolls,
    86) (Stuart, Page 209, Line 291-34.) (Paul Theroff, posts, "de Foix" posted
    on 21 March 1995 at 02:11 Hours). Married Name: de Barcelone. AKA: de
    Comminges. Born: before 980 in Carcassonnais, France, daughter of Roger I,
    Seigneur de Comminges and Adlade de Rouergue, Ermessinde is presumed to
    have been at least 10 years old when she married Raymond dit Borel. Married
    in 990: Raymond I dit Borel, Count de Barcelone, son of Borel II, Count de
    Barcelone and Ledgarde=Luitgarde de Toulouse. Died: 1 Mar 1057.
    3362. Sancho Garcia, Count de Lara (above)
    3363. Urraque Salvadores (above)
    3370. Richard I, Duke de Normandie (above)
    3371. Gonnor, Dame de Bolbec (above)
    3372. Gaimar III, Prince de Salerno; Gaimar III was
    Prince in the year 999 (Stuart, Page 213, Line 297-34). Born: before 979,
    son of Giovanni II, Prince de Salerno and Sikelgaita de Salerno, Gaimar III
    was Co-regent of Salerno in the year 989, and is presumed to have been at
    least 10 years old at that time. Married circa 1009: Gaitelgrima de
    Benevento, daughter of Landolfo, Prince de Benevento and N?. Died: 1031.
    3373. Gaitelgrima de Benevento(Stuart). Married
    Name: Gaitelgrima, Regent de Salerno; Gaitelgrima was Regent of Salerno for
    her minor son. Born: before 995, daughter of Landolfo, Prince de Benevento
    and N?, Gaitelgrima is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the
    time her son Gaimar IV was born. Married circa 1009: Gaimar III, Prince de
    Salerno, son of Giovanni II, Prince de Salerno and Sikelgaita de Salerno.
    Died: 1027.
    3374. Laidolfo, Count de Tabellaria(Stuart, Page
    231, Line 325-34). Born: before 995, son of Alfano, Count de Tabellaria and
    Porpora de Amalfi, Laidolfo is presumed to have been at least 15 years old
    by the time his daughter Porpora was born. Married before 1010: Aldara de
    San Massimo, daughter of Truppualdo, Count de San Massimo and N?.
    3375. Aldara de San Massimo(ibid). Married Name: de
    Tabellaria. Born: before 995, daughter of Truppualdo, Count de San Massimo
    and N?, Aldara is presumed to have been at least 15 years old by the time
    her daughter Porpora was born. Married before 1010: Laidolfo, Count de
    Tabellaria, son of Alfano, Count de Tabellaria and Porpora de Amalfi.
    3376. Nuo Lainez(Stuart). Born: before 985 in
    Spain, son of Lain Fernandez and N?, Nuo is presumed to have been at least
    15 years old by the time his son Lain was born. Married before 1000: Eilone
    Fernandez, daughter of Fernn Ruz and N?.
    3377. Eilone Fernandez(Stuart). Married Name: Lainez.
    Born: before 985, daughter of Fernn Ruz and N?, Eilone is presumed to have
    been at least 15 years old by the time her son Lain was born. Married before
    1000: Nuo Lainez, son of Lain Fernandez and N?.
    3388. Gundemaro des Asturies(Stuart). Born: before
    991, son of Piniola Jimeno, Count des Asturies and Eldonzo Muez, Gundemaro
    is presumed to have been at least 20 years old when he died. Married before
    1011: N?. Died: 1011.
    3389. N?
    3390. Alfonso V, King de Len (above)
    3391. Urraque Garces de Navarre (above)
    3392. Bernard Aton II, Vicomte d'Albi(Abbott, Page
    377). Born: before 939 in Albi, Albigeois, Languedoc, France, son of Aton,
    Vicomte d'Albi and B? N?, Bernard Aton II was Vicomte in 956 and is presumed
    to have been at least 17 years old by that time. Note - between 956 and 970
    in Albi, Albigeois, Languedoc, France: Bernard Aton II was Vicomte
    950-970(ibid). Married before 960: Gaucie, Vicomtesse de Nmes. Died: 990
    Bernard Aton was assassinated by a Seigneur Graud(Abbott).
    3393. Gaucie, Vicomtesse de Nmes(ibid). Born:
    before 945. Married before 960: Bernard Aton II, Vicomte d'Albi, son of Aton,
    Vicomte d'Albi and B? N?.
    3400. Roger I, Seigneur de Comminges (above)
    3401. Adlade de Rouergue (above)
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