GISELBERT (?) Count of Burgundy1

M
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference118-19
     GISELBERT (?) Count of Burgundy married ERMENGARDE of Burgundy (?).1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

GISELBERT (?) Count of Darnau1

M
Father*GISELBERT (?) Count in the Maasgau1
Relationship36th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference140-16, 240-16

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Giselbert (?) Count of Roucy

M, b. before 956, d. circa 991
Father*Reinald (Ragenold) (?)1 d. 10 May 967
Mother*Alberade of Lorraine (?)1
Relationship1st cousin 34 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference151-20
     Giselbert (?) Count of Roucy , son of Reinald (Ragenold) (?) and Alberade of Lorraine (?), was born before 956.1
     Giselbert (?) Count of Roucy died circa 991.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine

M, b. circa 880, d. 939
Father*REGINAR (?) I, Count of Hainaut1 d. a 25 Oct 915
Mother*Alberade of Mons? (?) Dame of Hainaut1 b. c 865, d. 916
Relationship34th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference140-18, 151-18, 240-18
     Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine , son of REGINAR (?) I, Count of Hainaut and Alberade of Mons? (?) Dame of Hainaut, was born circa 880.1
     Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine married GERBERGA of Saxony (?), daughter of Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons and Mechtilde of Ringelheim (?), in 929.1

     Alberade of Lorraine (?) , daughter of Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine and GERBERGA of Saxony (?), was born.1
     Gerberga of Lorraine (?) , daughter of Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine and GERBERGA of Saxony (?), was born.
     Giselbert (?) Duke of Lorraine died in 939.

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Gisele (Bretrade) (?)1

F
Relationship41st great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
     Chariberet (Herbert) (?) Count of Laon married Gisele (Bretrade) (?) before 747.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Godefried (?) Duke of Alemania1

M, d. 709
Relationship43rd great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Reference182-1
     Houching (?) Count in Alemania , son of Godefried (?) Duke of Alemania, was born circa 675.1
     Godefried (?) Duke of Alemania died in 709.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Goditha (?)1

F
Father*Eldred the Thane (?) of Workington1
Reference34-24, 88-24

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Gondioc (?)1

M, d. 473
Relationship51st great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
     Gondioc (?) married Unknown (?) sister of Ricimer, daughter of Rechila (?) and Unknown (?) daughter of Wallia.1
     Chilperic I (?) King of Burgundy , son of Gondioc (?) and Unknown (?) sister of Ricimer, was born.1
     Gondioc served as King of Burgundy between 436 and 473. He became King of Burgundy following the destruction of Worms by the Huns in 436, succeeding Gundahar.1
     In 451, Gondioc joined forces with Flavius Aetius against Attila, the king of the Huns on the plains of Chalons in modern-day France.1

     Gondioc died in 473.1

Citations

  1. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.

Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar1

M, b. circa 1040, d. 1074
Father*Maldred (?) Lord of Carlisle and Allerdale1 d. 1045
Mother*Ealdgyth (Aldgitha) (?)1
Reference34-22
     Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar , son of Maldred (?) Lord of Carlisle and Allerdale and Ealdgyth (Aldgitha) (?), was born circa 1040.1
     Gospatric was Earl of Northumberland between 1067 and 1072.1
     Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar was Lord of Carlisle and Allerdale.1
     Gunnilda (?) , daughter of Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar, was born.
     Gospatric was Earl of Dunbar between 1072 and 1075.1
     Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar died in 1074.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Gospatric (?) Lord of Workington1

M, d. 1179
Mother*Gunnilda (?)1
     Gospatric (?) Lord of Workington , son of Gunnilda (?), was born.1
     Cousins Gospatric and William exchanged lands.1
     Gospatric (?) Lord of Workington was Lord of Workington in Coupland.1
     Gospatric (?) Lord of Workington died in 1179.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

GOZELON I (?) Count of Verdun, Duke of Lower Lorraine1

M, d. Apr 19, 1044
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference155-21
     GOZELON I (?) Count of Verdun, Duke of Lower Lorraine died on April 19, 1044.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

GUERRI (?) I, Count of Morvois1

M
Relationship36th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference118-17
     GUERRI (?) I, Count of Morvois married EVE of Roussillon (?).1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Gunnilda (?)1

F
Father*Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar1 b. c 1040, d. 1074
Reference34-23
     Gunnilda (?) , daughter of Gospatric I (?) Earl of Northumberland, 1st Earl of Dunbar, was born.
     Gospatric (?) Lord of Workington , son of Gunnilda (?), was born.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

HADRIAN (?) Count of Orleans

M
Relationship37th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference48-16
     HADRIAN (?) Count of Orleans married WALDRAT (?)1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Hamlin (?) 5th Earl on Surrey1

M, d. May 7, 1202
Father*Geoffrey V (?)1 b. 24 Aug 1113, d. 7 Sep 1151
Relationship6th cousin 28 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
     Hamlin (?) 5th Earl on Surrey married Isabel de Warenne, daughter of William de Warenne 3rd Earl of Surrey, in 1164.1


     Hamlin died on May 7, 1202.1

Family

Isabel de Warenne d. 12 Jul 1203
Child

Citations

  1. [S759] Plantagenet Ancestry; Douglas Richardson; Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, MD, 2004;Love Houston Memorial Library, Dothan, Houston Co, Alabama; LH 929.2 RIC.

Hedwig (?) of France1

F, b. circa 969, d. after 1013
Father*Hugh Capet King of France1 b. a 939, d. 24 Oct 996
Mother*Adelaide (?) of Poitou & Aquitaine1 b. 945, d. 15 Jun 1006
Relationship31st great-grandaunt of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference106-21
     Hedwig (?) of France , daughter of Hugh Capet King of France and Adelaide (?) of Poitou & Aquitaine, was born circa 969.1,2
     REGNIER (?) IV, Count of Hainaut married Hedwig (?) of France, daughter of Hugh Capet King of France and Adelaide (?) of Poitou & Aquitaine.1

     BEATRIX of Hainaut (?) , daughter of REGNIER (?) IV, Count of Hainaut and Hedwig (?) of France, was born.
     Hedwig (?) of France died after 1013.1,2 Her "Find a Grave" Memorial# is 122680859.2

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Hedwig (?) of Saxony1,2

F, b. circa 910
Father*Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons b. 876
Mother*(?) MECHTILDE of Ringelheim
Relationship33rd great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
     Hedwig (?) of Saxony , daughter of Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons and (?) MECHTILDE of Ringelheim, was born circa 910 at Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.2

Hedwig (?) of Saxony married Hugh Magnus Count of Paris, son of Robert I (?) King of the West Franks and Beatrix (?) of Vermandois, on before 939; his third.1
     Hugh Capet King of France , son of Hugh Magnus Count of Paris and Hedwig (?) of Saxony, was born after 939.1
     Beatrice Magnus , daughter of Hugh Magnus Count of Paris and Hedwig (?) of Saxony, was born after 939.2
     Otto Magnus Duke of Burgundy , son of Hugh Magnus Count of Paris and Hedwig (?) of Saxony, was born after 939.2
     Odo-Henry I Magnus Duke of Burgundy , son of Hugh Magnus Count of Paris and Hedwig (?) of Saxony, was born after 939.2
     Edith Magnus , daughter of Hugh Magnus Count of Paris and Hedwig (?) of Saxony, was born circa 943.2

     Hedwig (?) of Saxony died at Aix, de la Correze, Limousin, France.2

Family

Hugh Magnus Count of Paris b. c 891, d. 16 Jun 956
Children

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Helewise (?)1

F, d. after 1183
     Robert de Stuteville III, Sheriff of Yorkshire married Helewise (?).1

     Helewise de Stuteville , daughter of Robert de Stuteville III, Sheriff of Yorkshire and Helewise (?), was born.
     Helewise (?) died after 1183.1

Family

Robert de Stuteville III, Sheriff of Yorkshire b. b 1138, d. 1183
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Helletrude (perhaps Ermengarde) of Lorraine (?)1

F, b. circa 820
Father*Lothair I (?) Holy Roman Emperor, King of Italy1 b. 795, d. 29 Sep 855
Relationship36th great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference140-16
     GISELBERT (?) Count of Darnau married Helletrude (perhaps Ermengarde) of Lorraine (?), daughter of Lothair I (?) Holy Roman Emperor, King of Italy.1

     Helletrude (perhaps Ermengarde) of Lorraine (?) , daughter of Lothair I (?) Holy Roman Emperor, King of Italy, was born circa 820.

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Helpuin (?) I, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube1

M, b. circa 925
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference151A-19
     Helpuin (?) I, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube married HERSENDE (?) Countess of Rameru.1

     Helpuin (?) I, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube whose parents are unknown was born circa 925.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Henry (?) 6th Count of Eu1

M, b. after 1149, d. Mar 16, 1183
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
     Henry (?) 6th Count of Eu whose parents are unknown was born after 1149.1

Henry (?) 6th Count of Eu married Maud (?) de Warenne, daughter of Hamlin (?) 5th Earl on Surrey and Isabel de Warenne, on before 1175.1
     Alice (?) of Eu , daughter of Henry (?) 6th Count of Eu and Maud (?) de Warenne, was born.

     Henry died on March 16, 1183.1 He was buried in Foucarmont Abbey, Foucarmont, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France..1

Family

Maud (?) de Warenne d. b 1228
Child

Citations

  1. [S759] Plantagenet Ancestry; Douglas Richardson; Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc, Baltimore, MD, 2004;Love Houston Memorial Library, Dothan, Houston Co, Alabama; LH 929.2 RIC.

Henry I (?) King of England1

M, b. Sep 1, 1068, d. Dec 1, 1135
Henry I
King of England
Father*William I (?) the Conqueror, King of England, Duke of Normandy b. 1027, d. 9 Sep 1087
Mother*Matilda (?) of Flanders b. 1032, d. 3 Nov 1083
Relationship5th cousin 29 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference1-22, 121-25, 222-25
     Henry I (?) King of England , son of William I (?) the Conqueror, King of England, Duke of Normandy and Matilda (?) of Flanders, was born on September 1, 1068 at Selby, North Yorkshire, England.1,2 Henry I (?) King of England By the time his elder brother William became king, one of Henry's other older brothers had died, leaving Robert as the only other potential successor. William was killed in a hunting accident in August 1100, and Henry had himself crowned a few days later, taking advantage of Robert's absence on crusade. With a number of barons supporting Robert, however, Henry's succession was precarious. Hemoved quickly to buy support by granting favours, abolishing abuses and making wide-ranging concessions in his Charter of Liberties. In November 1100, he married Edith, sister of the king of Scotland, in order to secure his northern border.

When Robert invaded England in 1101 Henry, with some popular and baronial support, agreed an amicable settlement. Robert relinquished his claim in return for Henry's territories in Normandy and a largeannuity. But his chaotic reign of Normandy prompted Henry to invade. He routed Robert's army at Tinchebrai in 1106, capturing Robert and holding him prisoner for life.

Henry's frequent absences from England prompted the development of a bureaucracy that could operate effectively in his absence. His reign marked a significant advance from personal monarchy towards the bureaucratised state of the future. The exchequer was developed to deal with royal revenues and royal justices began to tour the shire sto reinforce local administration and inquire into revenues, often aggressively.

Abroad, his possessions in Normandy were challenged by Robert's son,William Clito. Henry was obliged to repel two assaults by Clito'ssupporters and Norman barons who resented Henry's officials and high taxes. By 1120, however, the barons had submitted, Henry's only legitimate son William had been married to the daughter of the powerful Count of Anjou and Louis VI of France had agreed terms forpeace after defeat in battle.

In November 1120, Henry's son died in a shipwreck and from them on the question of the succession dominated the politics of the reign. Henry summoned his only other legitimate child Matilda, back to England and made his barons pay homage to her as his heir. In 1128, Matilda was married to Geoffrey Plantagenet, another member of the Angevin family. English barons did not want to be ruled by a woman and an Angevin and on Henry's death in December 1135, there was a succession crisis which led to civil war.3
     Robert de Caen Earl of Gloucester , son of Henry I (?) King of England and Unknown Gay (Gayt) of North Oxfordshire, was born circa 1090.1
     Henry served as King of England between 1100 and 1135.4

Henry I (?) King of England married Matilda (Maud) of Scotland (?), daughter of Malcolm III Canmore King of Scots and Saint Margaret of Scotland (?), on November 11, 1100.1,5
     Matilda do Henry I (?) , daughter of Henry I (?) King of England and Matilda (Maud) of Scotland (?), was born on February 7, 1102.1

Henry I (?) King of England married (?) Adeliza of Louvain on between February 28, 1120 and 1121.1
     Henry I (?) King of England died on December 1, 1135 at Lyons-la-Foret, Haute Normandie, Eure, France, at 67 years of age.1,2,5 He was buried in Reading Abbey, Reading, Berkshire, England. His Find A Grave Memorial # is 1949.2

Family 1

Child

Family 3

Matilda (Maud) of Scotland (?) b. 1079, d. 1 May 1188
Child

Family 4

(?) Adeliza of Louvain b. c 1103, d. 1151

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .
  3. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.
  4. [S753] Kings and Queens of Britain; Charles Phillips and Dr. John Haywood; Anness Publishing Ltd, 2013;personal copy,.
  5. [S843] The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States, Final Edition; Gary Boyd Roberts; Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD, 2008;personal copy,.

Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons

M, b. 876
Henry I
King of Saxons
Father*(?) OTTO
Mother*(?) Hauduich
Relationship34th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#3)
Reference50-19-141-18
     Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons , son of (?) OTTO and (?) Hauduich, was born in 876 at Germany.1
     Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons married Mechtilde of Ringelheim (?), daughter of Dietrich (?) Count of Saxon-Hamelant, in 909.2

     Hedwig (?) of Saxony , daughter of Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons and (?) MECHTILDE of Ringelheim, was born circa 910 at Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.3
     GERBERGA of Saxony (?) , daughter of Henry I (?) the Fowler, King of the Saxons and Mechtilde of Ringelheim (?), was born in 913.2
     Henry served as King of Germany between 919 and 936. He was the first of the Ottonian Dynasty of German kings and emperors and is generally considered to be the founder and first king of the medieval German state, known until then as East Francia.1

Family 1

Child

Family 3

Mechtilde of Ringelheim (?) b. 890, d. 14 Mar 968
Child

Citations

  1. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.
  2. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  3. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Henry (?) I, King of France1

M, b. May 4, 1008, d. Aug 4, 1060
Henry I
King of France
Father*Robert (?) II, King of France b. 27 Mar 972, d. 20 Jul 1031
Mother*Constance (?) of Provence b. 986, d. 28 Jul 1032
Relationship30th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - John Prescott the Immigrant
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference53-22,101-22,241-6, R524
     Henry (?) I, King of France , son of Robert (?) II, King of France and Constance (?) of Provence, was born on May 4, 1008 at Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France.2
     Henry served as King of Franks between 1031 and 1060.2,1
     Henry (?) I, King of France age 35 married Anne (Anna) of Kiev (?), daughter of IAROSLAV (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev and IRINA of Sweden, on January 20, 1044. His 3rd.1,3

     Phillip I (?) King of France , son of Henry (?) I, King of France and Anne (Anna) of Kiev (?), was born.1
     Hugh Magnus II, Count of Vermandois and Valois, Duke of France , son of Henry (?) I, King of France and Anne (Anna) of Kiev (?), was born.

     Henry died on August 4, 1060 at France at 52 years of age.2,3 He was buried in Basilica of St Denis, Paris, de Seine-Saint-Denis, Ile-de-France, France..2

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.
  3. [S843] The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States, Final Edition; Gary Boyd Roberts; Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD, 2008;personal copy,.

Henry II (?) King of England1,2,3,4

M, b. Mar 5, 1133, d. Jul 6, 1189
Henry II
King of England
Fontevraud Abbey
Anjou France
Father*Geoffrey V (?) b. 24 Aug 1113, d. 7 Sep 1151
Mother*Matilda do Henry I (?) b. 7 Feb 1102, d. 10 Sep 1167
Relationship4th cousin 28 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference1-24
     Henry Plantaganet , son of Geoffrey V (?) and Matilda do Henry I (?), was born on March 5, 1133 at Le Mans, Sarthe Dept, Pays de la Loire, France.1,5 Henry II (?) King of England Henry II, first of the Angevin kings, was one of the most effective of all England's monarchs. He came to the throne amid the anarchy of Stephen's reign and promptly collared his errant barons. He refined Norman government and created a capable, self-standing bureaucracy.His energy was equaled only by his ambition and intelligence. Henry survived wars, rebellion, and controversy to successfully rule one of the Middle Ages' most powerful kingdoms.

Henry was raised in the French province of Anjou and first visited England in 1142 to defend his mother's claim to the disputed throne of Stephen. His continental possessions were already vast before his coronation: He acquired Normandy and Anjou upon the death of his father in September 1151, and his French holdings more than doubled with his marriage to Eleanor of Aquitane (ex-wife of King Louis VII of France). In accordance with the Treaty of Wallingford, a succession agreement signed by Stephen and Matilda in 1153, Henry was crowned in October 1154. The continental empire ruled by Henry and his sons included the French counties of Brittany, Maine, Poitou, Touraine,Gascony, Anjou, Aquitane, and Normandy. Henry was technically a feudal vassal of the king of France but, in reality, owned more territory and was more powerful than his French lord. Although King John (Henry's son) lost most of the English holdings in France, English kings laid claim to the French throne until the fifteenth century. Henry also extended his territory in the British Isles in two significant ways.First, he retrieved Cumbria and Northumbria form Malcom IV of Scotland and settled the Anglo-Scot border in the North. Secondly, although his success with Welsh campaigns was limited, Henry invaded Ireland and secured an English presence on the island.

English and Norman barons in Stephen's reign manipulated feudal law to undermine royal authority; Henry instituted many reforms to weaken traditional feudal ties and strengthen his position. Unauthorized castles built during the previous reign were razed. Monetary payments replaced military service as the primary duty of vassals. The Exchequer was revitalized to enforce accurate record keeping and tax collection. Incompetent sheriffs were replaced and the authority of royal courts was expanded. Henry empowered a new social class of government clerks that stabilized procedure - the government couldoperate effectively in the king's absence and would subsequently prove sufficiently tenacious to survive the reign of incompetent kings. Henry's reforms allowed the emergence of a body of common law to replace the disparate customs of feudal and county courts. Jury trials were initiated to end the old Germanic trials by ordeal or battle.Henry's systematic approach to law provided a common basis for development of royal institutions throughout the entire realm.

The process of strengthening the royal courts, however, yielded an unexpected controversy. The church courts instituted by William the Conqueror became a safe haven for criminals of varying degree and ability, for one in fifty of the English population qualified as clerics. Henry wished to transfer sentencing in such cases to the royal courts, as church courts merely demoted clerics to laymen.Thomas Beckett, Henry's close friend and chancellor since 1155, was named Archbishop of Canterbury in June 1162 but distanced himself from Henry and vehemently opposed the weakening of church courts. Beckett fled England in 1164, but through the intervention of Pope Adrian IV(the lone English pope), returned in 1170.He greatly angered Henry by opposing to the coronation of Prince Henry. Exasperated, Henry hastily and publicly conveyed his desire to be rid of the contentious Archbishop - four ambitious knights took the king at his word and murdered Beckett in his own cathedral on December 29, 1170. Henry endured a rather limited storm of protest over the incident and the controversy passed.

Henry's plans of dividing his myriad lands and titles evoked treachery from his sons. At the encouragement - and sometimes because of thetreatment - of their mother, they rebelled against their father several times, often with Louis VII of France as their accomplice. The deaths of Henry the Young King in 1183 and Geoffrey in 1186 gave no respite from his children's rebellious nature; Richard, with the assistance of Philip II Augustus of France, attacked and defeated Henry on July 4, 1189 and forced him to accept a humiliating peace.Henry II died two days later, on July 6, 1189.

A few quotes from historic manuscripts shed a unique light on Henry,Eleanor, and their sons.

From Sir Winston Churchill Kt, 1675: 'Henry II Plantagenet, the very first of that name and race, and the very greatest King that England ever knew, but withal the most unfortunate . . . his death being imputed to those only to whom himself had given life, his ungracious sons. . .'

From Sir Richard Baker, A Chronicle of the Kings of England:Concerning endowments of mind, he was of a spirit in the highest degree generous . . . His custom was to be always in action; for which cause, if he had no real wars, he would have feigned . . . To his children he was both indulgent and hard; for out of indulgence he caused his son Henry to be crowned King in his own time; and out of hardness he caused his younger sons to rebel against him . . . He married Eleanor, daughter of William Duke of Guienne, late wife of Lewis the Seventh of France. Some say King Lewis carried her into the Holy Land, where she carried herself not very holily, but led a licentious life; and, which is the worst kind of licentiousness, in carnal familiarity with a Turk.6'
     Goeffrey FitzRoy Plantagenet , son of Henry II (?) King of England, was born in 1152. He was an illegitimate son of Henry II. He later became Archbishop of York.5

Henry Plantaganet Count of Anjou & Duke of Normandy married Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), daughter of William VIII Count of Poitou, Duke of Aquitaine and Eleanor de CHATELLERAULT, on May 18, 1152 at Bordeaux, Gironde, Aquitaine, France.1,5,7
     William (?) IX, Count of Pointers , son of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on August 17, 1153 at Normandy, France. He gained his title at birth due to being the first son.5
     Henry served as King of England between 1154 and 1189.8
     Henry Plantaganet , son of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on February 28, 1155 at London, Middlesex, England.5
     Mathilda Plantagenet , daughter of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born in 1156 at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.5
     Richard (?) I King of England , son of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on September 8, 1157 at Fontevraud Abbey, Anjou, Chinon, France.
     Eleanor Plantagenet , daughter of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on October 13, 1162 at Domfront, Orne, Normandy, France.5,6
     Joan Plantaganet , daughter of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on October 10, 1164.5
     John Plantaganet , son of Henry II (?) King of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine (?), was born on December 24, 1167 at Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1
     Henry II (?) King of England died on July 6, 1189 at 56 years of age.7 He was buried in Fontevraud Abbey, Anjou, Chinon, France..1,5 His "Find a Grave" Memorial# is 1951.5

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Eleanor of Aquitaine (?) b. 1124, d. 1 Apr 1204
Children

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S495] Medieval History, Liber Gentium, web site: medievalhistory.net/liber.htm.
  3. [S667] Project Britain, History of Britain, web site: projectbritain.com/history.html.
  4. [S640] Jamie Allen's Family Tree
    , web site: http://fabpedigree.com/pedstart.htm; Jamie Allen.
  5. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .
  6. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.
  7. [S843] The Royal Descents of 600 Immigrants to the American Colonies or the United States, Final Edition; Gary Boyd Roberts; Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD, 2008;personal copy,.
  8. [S753] Kings and Queens of Britain; Charles Phillips and Dr. John Haywood; Anness Publishing Ltd, 2013;personal copy,.

HENRY (?) II of Brabant, Count of Louvain & Lorraine1

M, d. 1078
Father*LAMBERT II (?) Count of Louvain1 b. c 991, d. a 21 Sep 1062
Mother*ODA (?)1
Relationship3rd cousin 32 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference155-22, 160-22
     HENRY (?) II of Brabant, Count of Louvain & Lorraine married ADELHEID (Adela) (?), daughter of EBERHARD (?) Count in the Betuwe.1

     HENRY (?) II of Brabant, Count of Louvain & Lorraine died in 1078.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Henry III (?) King of England1

M, b. Oct 1, 1207, d. Nov 16, 1272
Winchester Castle
Henry III
1207-1272
King of England
Father*John (?) , Lackland, King of England b. 24 Dec 1167, d. 19 Oct 1216
Mother*Isabella (?) of Angoulême b. 1188, d. 31 May 1246
Relationship6th cousin 26 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference1-26
     Henry III (?) King of England , son of John (?) , Lackland, King of England and Isabella (?) of Angoulême, was born on October 1, 1207 at Winchester Castle, England.1 Henry III (?) King of England The eldest son of King John and Isabella of Angoulême, Henry III was born on Oct. 1, 1207. At the death of his father, he ascended the throne on Oct. 19, 1216, and was crowned at Gloucester. Ten days later William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, was appointed regent. On Pembroke's death in 1219, Hubert de Burgh, who served as justiciar,became the most powerful man in government. In the first years of th eregency, England was under papal influence due to Henry's father,John. Efforts were made to maintain peace through negotiating with Louis of France in 1217, reconfirming the Great Charter in 1223 and making peace with Wales.

In 1223 Pope Honorius III allowed Henry to be declared of age for certain limited purposes. In January 1227 Henry declared himself of full age and commenced to attempt to regain the overseas French possessions that had been lost. In the preceding years he had lost most of his French possessions but by 1225 had recovered Gascony, and in 1228, for baronial support, he agreed to restore the forest liberties. By 1230 he was invading Poitou and Gascony, and the following year to obtain scutage (a form of revenue) he reaffirmed the liberties of the Church.

Henry, by 1232, hoped to act as his own minister and caused the dismissal of Hubert de Burgh. He then alienated the English barons by replacing English officers with Poitevin friends and was forced to back down in 1234 due to pressure from Hubert de Burgh and the barons. In 1235 to gain foreign support he married his sister Isabella to the emperor Frederick II, and on January 20 the following year he married Eleanor of Provence. This marriage, which resulted in two sons and three daughters who survived infancy, caused England to be flooded with his wife's worthless relations, and the period is marked by the rise of English nationalism as the barons saw the government passing into the control of foreigners.

By 1239 Henry's behavior was such that even his brother-in-law Simonde Montfort and his brother Richard, Earl of Cornwall, joined the opposition. Henry, while making minor concessions, continued to fill state and Church offices with foreigners. Baronial opposition to the misgovernment of the King continued to grow. In 1242 they refused a grant for the French war, and 2 years later both barons and the Church protested, but these efforts failed due to lack of leadership as Henry detached his brother Richard from the opposition through the marriage arranged with Sanchia, daughter of Raymond Berenger IV, Count of Provence.

In 1252 Henry alienated Simon de Montfort, who had been governor of Gascony, and a crisis developed when Henry agreed to finance Pope Alexander II's struggle with Manfred in return for the grant of the crown of Sicily to Prince Edmund, Henry's son. This 'Sicilian Venture' would be of no value to England, and so the barons came to Parliamentat Westminster, clad in armor and ready for a confrontation. With Montfort as their leader, in 1258 the barons met at the 'Mad' Parliament and drew up the 'Provisions,' which gave the barons control of the executive and the right to nominate half of the Council as well as establishing a committee of 24 to institute reforms.

The barons soon quarreled as Montfort aimed at a more popular government, and the Earl of Gloucester became the leader of the more autocratic-minded barons. As a result, in 1261 Henry was able to regain power and obtained a papal bull absolving him from the terms of the 'Provisions.' In 1264 the conflict with the barons was referred to Louis IX of France for arbitration, and by the Mise of Amiens afavorable decision was given for the King. Although the decision was upheld by Pope Urban IV, the barons refused to accept the award, and civil conflict developed. After capturing Leicester and other areas,the baronial forces marched into the south for provisions. At the Battle of Lewes on May 14, 1264, Montfort defeated the King and forced a calling of Parliament.

Montfort's position now being too powerful, some of the barons deserted to the side of the King, whose forces led by Prince Edward defeated and killed Montfort at the Battle of Evesham in 1265. With the death of the opposition leader, Henry revoked all his recent acts,confiscated the lands of the rebels, and in the Battle of Kenilworth ensured peace for the rest of his reign. By now power had slipped from the hands of the King to his son Edward, and the last years of the reign saw the passage of some reforms at the 1267 Parliament of Marlborough.

Perhaps one of Henry's greatest achievements was the completion of Westminster Abbey in 1269. On Nov. 16, 1272, Henry died at Westminster, and his body was buried in the abbey 4 days later before the high altar, his heart being buried at Fontevrault.2
     Henry served as King of England between 1216 and 1272.3

Henry III (?) King of England married (?) Eleanor of Provence, daughter of Raymond BERENGER V and (?) BEATRIX of Savoy, on between January 14, 1235 and 1236 at Canterbury, Kent, England.1
     Edward I (?) Longshanks, King of England , son of Henry III (?) King of England and (?) Eleanor of Provence, was born on June 17, 1239 at Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Greater London, England.4
     (?) Edmund , son of Henry III (?) King of England and (?) Eleanor of Provence, was born between January 16, 1244 and 1245 at London, Middlesex, England 0704-1889.1
     Henry III (?) King of England died on November 16, 1272 at Westminster, London, England, at 65 years of age.1 He was buried in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Greater London, England..5 His "Find a Grave" Memorial# is 1955.5

Family

(?) Eleanor of Provence b. 1217, d. 25 Jun 1291
Children

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.
  3. [S753] Kings and Queens of Britain; Charles Phillips and Dr. John Haywood; Anness Publishing Ltd, 2013;personal copy,.
  4. [S102] The Peerage, web site: http://thepeerage.com/; Darryl Lundy.
  5. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Henry (?) of Huntington1

M, b. 1114, d. Jun 12, 1152
Father*David I (?) King of Scots1 b. a 1080, d. 24 May 1153
Relationship3rd cousin 29 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference96-25, 170-23
     Henry (?) of Huntington , son of David I (?) King of Scots, was born in 1114.1
     Henry (?) of Huntington married Ada de Warenne, daughter of William de Warenne 2nd Earl of Surrey and Elizabeth (Isabel) de Vermandois, in 1139.1

     Margaret of Huntingdon (?) , daughter of Henry (?) of Huntington and Ada de Warenne, was born after 1139.1

     Henry died on June 12, 1152.1

Family

Ada de Warenne b. c 1120, d. c 1178
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Henry V (?) Emperor of Germany1

M, b. Jan 8, 1088, d. May 22, 1125
Reference1-23, 118-25
     Henry V (?) Emperor of Germany whose parents are unknown was born on January 8, 1088 at Germany.2
     Henry V (?) Emperor of Germany married Matilda do Henry I (?), daughter of Henry I (?) King of England and Matilda (Maud) of Scotland (?), in 1114. Her 1st, no children.1

     Henry V (?) Emperor of Germany, the husband of Matilda do Henry I (?), died on May 22, 1125 at Utrecht, Netherlands, at 37 years of age. They had no children..1 Henry V (?) Emperor of Germany was buried in Cathedral of Speyer, Speyer, Speyerner Stadtkreis, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany..2 His "Find a Grave" Memorial# is 27501121.2

Family

Matilda do Henry I (?) b. 7 Feb 1102, d. 10 Sep 1167

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

Herbert I (?) Count of Vermandois1

M, b. 848, d. Sep 8, 907
Relationship35th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference50-17, 101-18
     Herbert I (?) Count of Vermandois whose parents are unknown was born in 848 at Vermand, de l'Aisne, Picardie, France.2,1

Herbert I (?) Count of Vermandois married Countess Bertha/Beatrice de Morvois on 879 at Vermand, de l'Aisne, Picardie, France.1
     Beatrix (?) of Vermandois , daughter of Herbert I (?) Count of Vermandois, was born in 880 at Haute-Normandie, France.2,1
     Herbert I (?) Count of Vermandois died on September 8, 907 at Vermand, de l'Aisne, Picardie, France.2,1

Family 1

Countess Bertha/Beatrice de Morvois b. c 848, d. 5 Jun 916

Family 2

Child

Citations

  1. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.

Herbert I (?) de Vermandois

M
Father*Pepin (?) Count of Senlis1 b. 817, d. a 840
Relationship35th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference50-17, 118-17
     Herbert I (?) de Vermandois married BERTHA (or Beatrice) of Morvois (?), daughter of GUERRI (?) I, Count of Morvois and EVE of Roussillon (?).1

     HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois , son of Herbert I (?) de Vermandois and BERTHA (or Beatrice) of Morvois (?), was born between 880 and 890.1

Family

BERTHA (or Beatrice) of Morvois (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois1

M, b. between 880 and 890, d. Feb 23, 943
Father*Herbert I (?) de Vermandois1
Mother*BERTHA (or Beatrice) of Morvois (?)1
Relationship34th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#3)
Reference50-18, 118-18, 136-18
     HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois , son of Herbert I (?) de Vermandois and BERTHA (or Beatrice) of Morvois (?), was born between 880 and 890.1
     HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois married Liegarde of France (?), daughter of Robert I (?) King of the West Franks and Aelis (?), before 907.1

     Albert I (?) the Pious, Count of Vermandois , son of HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois and Liegarde of France (?), was born circa 920.1
     ROBERT (?) Count of Troyes and Meaux , son of HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois and Liegarde of France (?), was born.
     Luitgarde de Vermandois , daughter of HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois and Liegarde of France (?), was born before 943.1
     HERBERT (?) II, Count of Vermandois died on February 23, 943 at St Quentin, Aisne Dept, Picardy, France.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S102] The Peerage, web site: http://thepeerage.com/; Darryl Lundy.

Herbert III (?) Count of Vermandois1

M, b. circa 955, d. 993
Father*Albert I (?) the Pious, Count of Vermandois1 b. c 920, d. 8 Sep 987
Mother*Gerberga of Lorraine (?)1
Relationship32nd great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - John Prescott the Immigrant
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference50-20
     Herbert III (?) Count of Vermandois married Ermengarde (?).1

     Herbert III (?) Count of Vermandois , son of Albert I (?) the Pious, Count of Vermandois and Gerberga of Lorraine (?), was born circa 955.1
     Herbert III (?) Count of Vermandois died in 993.1
     Otho (Eudes or Otto) (?) Count of Vermandois , son of Herbert III (?) Count of Vermandois and Ermengarde (?), was born circa 1000.

Family

Ermengarde (?) d. a 1035
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Herbert (?) IV Count of Vermandois and Valois

M, b. circa 1032, d. circa 1080
Father*Otho (Eudes or Otto) (?) Count of Vermandois1 b. c 1000, d. 25 May 1045
Mother*Parvie (?)1
Relationship30th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - John Prescott the Immigrant
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference50-22
     Herbert (?) IV Count of Vermandois and Valois , son of Otho (Eudes or Otto) (?) Count of Vermandois and Parvie (?), was born circa 1032.1
     Adelaide (Aelis) de Vermandois , daughter of Herbert (?) IV Count of Vermandois and Valois and Adela of Vexin (?), was born circa 1065.2
     Herbert (?) IV Count of Vermandois and Valois married Adela of Vexin (?), daughter of Raoul III (?) the Great, Count of Valois and Vexin, before 1068.1

     Herbert (?) IV Count of Vermandois and Valois died circa 1080.1

Family

Adela of Vexin (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S102] The Peerage, web site: http://thepeerage.com/; Darryl Lundy.

Herbert Wyatt Crumpler (?)1

M, b. Jan 20, 1914, d. Apr 18, 1989
ChartsDowling
     Herbert Wyatt Crumpler (?) whose parents are unknown was born on January 20, 1914 at Westville, Dale Co, Alabama.1

Herbert Wyatt Crumpler (?) married Annie McRae Smith, daughter of Allison Gildreth Smith and Lillie Sims, on circa 1940.1
     Herbert Wyatt Crumpler (?) died on April 18, 1989 at 75 years of age.1

Family

Annie McRae Smith b. 7 Sep 1921, d. 3 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S29] Ancestry Family Trees; Repository: ancestry.com.

HERSENDE (?) Countess of Rameru1

F
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference151A-19
     Helpuin (?) I, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube married HERSENDE (?) Countess of Rameru.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Hildegarde (?) of Swabia1

F, b. 758, d. Apr 30, 783
Hildegarde
of Swabia
Europe early Swabia
Father*Gerold of Swabia (?)1 d. c 795
Mother*EMMA (?)1
Relationship39th great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference50-13, 1040-13,182-5
     Hildegarde (?) of Swabia , daughter of Gerold of Swabia (?) and EMMA (?), was born in 758.1
     Carloman (?) , son of Charlemagne (?) King of France, Holy Roman Emperor and Hildegarde (?) of Swabia, was born in 770.2
     Charlemagne (?) King of France, Holy Roman Emperor married Hildegarde (?) of Swabia, daughter of Gerold of Swabia (?) and EMMA (?), before April, 771. His 2nd.1

     Louis I (?) the Fair, Holy Roman Emperor , son of Charlemagne (?) King of France, Holy Roman Emperor and Hildegarde (?) of Swabia, was born in August, 778.
     Pepin (?) King of Italy , son of Charlemagne (?) King of France, Holy Roman Emperor and Hildegarde (?) of Swabia, was born circa 781.
     Hildegarde (?) of Swabia died on April 30, 783.1

Family

Charlemagne (?) King of France, Holy Roman Emperor b. 2 Apr 747, d. 28 Jan 813
Children

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.

Hildiun (?) I1

M
Father*Helpuin (?) I, Comte d'Arcis-sur-Aube1 b. c 925
Mother*HERSENDE (?) Countess of Rameru1
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference151A-20
     Hildiun de Rameru II , son of Hildiun (?) I, was born circa 985.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Hiltrude (?)1

F
Relationship37th great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference181-4
     Luitfride (?) II, Count of Alsace married Hiltrude (?).1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Houching (?) Count in Alemania1

M, b. circa 675
Father*Godefried (?) Duke of Alemania1 d. 709
Relationship42nd great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference182-2
     Houching (?) Count in Alemania , son of Godefried (?) Duke of Alemania, was born circa 675.1
     Nebi (?) Count in Alemania , son of Houching (?) Count in Alemania, was born in 700.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Hugh (?) I Count of Ponthier1

M, d. 1000
     Hugh (?) I Count of Ponthier married Gisela (?) of France, daughter of Hugh Capet King of France and Adelaide (?) of Poitou & Aquitaine.1
     Hugh (?) I Count of Ponthier died in 1000.1 His "Find a Grave" Memorial# is 122693169.1

Family

Gisela (?) of France b. c 968, d. 1002

Citations

  1. [S48] Find A Grave website; ;website:http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi ; .

HUGH III (?) Count of Alsace and Tours

M, d. Oct 20, 837
Father*Luitfride (?) II, Count of Alsace1 d. 800
Mother*Hiltrude (?)1
Relationship36th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference181-5
     HUGH III (?) Count of Alsace and Tours married (?) BAVA.1
     ADELAIDE (?) of Tours and Alsace , daughter of HUGH III (?) Count of Alsace and Tours and (?) BAVA, was born circa 819.
     HUGH III (?) Count of Alsace and Tours died on October 20, 837.1

Family

(?) BAVA d. 4 Nov 839
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

IAROSLAV (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev1

M
Father*St Vladimir (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev1 d. 15 Jul 1015
Mother*ROGNEDA (?)1
Relationship31st great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - John Prescott the Immigrant
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#1)
-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick (#2)
Reference1-20, 241-5
     IAROSLAV (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev married IRINA of Sweden.1
     (?) Agatha , daughter of IAROSLAV (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev and IRINA of Sweden, was born circa 1020.
     Anne (Anna) of Kiev (?) , daughter of IAROSLAV (?) I, Grand Prince of Kiev and IRINA of Sweden, was born circa 1030.2

Family

IRINA of Sweden
Children

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.

Ida of Hainaut (?)1

F
Father*Baldwin III (?) Count of Hainaut1
Mother*YOLANDE of Geldern (?)1
Relationship4th cousin 28 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference98A-25
     Ida of Hainaut (?) married Roger de Toeni III, Lord of Flamstead, son of Ralph de Toeni IV and Alice of Northumberland (?), on August 9, 1138.1

Family

Roger de Toeni III, Lord of Flamstead b. c 1104, d. a 29 Sep 1158
Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

IDA of Louvain (?)1

F, d. 1139
Father*HENRY (?) II of Brabant, Count of Louvain & Lorraine1 d. 1078
Mother*ADELHEID (Adela) (?)1
Relationship4th cousin 31 times removed of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
Reference160-23, 163-23
     BALDWIN II (?) Count of Hainaut married IDA of Louvain (?), daughter of HENRY (?) II of Brabant, Count of Louvain & Lorraine and ADELHEID (Adela) (?), in 1084.1

     IDA of Louvain (?) died in 1139.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

IGOR(Ingvar) (?) Prince of Kiev1

M, d. 945
Relationship34th great-grandfather of Sam Casey Jr
Charts-Pedigree Chart - Sir Richard de Beauchamp Lord of Powick
     IGOR(Ingvar) (?) Prince of Kiev married St OL'GA (?) Regent.1

     IGOR(Ingvar) (?) Prince of Kiev died in 945.1

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Industria (?)1

F, b. circa 455
Father*Flavius Probus Gallo-Roman Senator2 b. bt 420 - 435
Mother*Eulalia (?)2 b. c 425
Relationship48th great-grandmother of Sam Casey Jr
     Industria (?) , daughter of Flavius Probus Gallo-Roman Senator and Eulalia (?), was born circa 455.2
     Tonantius Ferreolus (?) Gallo-Roman senator of Narbonne married Industria (?), daughter of Flavius Probus Gallo-Roman Senator and Eulalia (?), after 475.1

     Ferreolus (?) Gallo-Roman senator of Narbonne , son of Tonantius Ferreolus (?) Gallo-Roman senator of Narbonne and Industria (?), was born circa 485.2

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  2. [S494] Web-Wikipedia, web site:.

INGILD (?) did not rule1

M, b. 680, d. 718
Father*Cenred (?)1 b. 644, d. 694
Reference1-8
     INGILD (?) did not rule Inglid was the son of Cenred and never served as king.

     INGILD (?) did not rule , son of Cenred (?), was born in 680 at Wessex, England.
     EOPPA (?) did not rule , son of INGILD (?) did not rule, was born in 718 at Wessex, England.
     INGILD (?) did not rule died in 718 at Wessex, England.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.

Isabel (?)1,2

F
Reference187-9
     Isabel (?) married John Aylesbury of Milton Keyes, son of Thomas de Aylesbury of Milton Keyes and Joan Basset, before March, 1359.2,1,3

     Thomas Aylesbury Knight of Blatherwyck , son of John Aylesbury of Milton Keyes and Isabel (?), was born in 1369.3

Family

John Aylesbury of Milton Keyes b. 6 May 1334, d. 7 Dec 1409
Child

Citations

  1. [S760] The History of Parliament, web site: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/.
  2. [S103] Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, 8th Edition; William R Beall; Genealogical Publishing Co, Homerville, GA, 2006;ancestry.com,.
  3. [S620] Magna Carta Ancestry; Douglas Richardson; Genealogical Publishing Co, Baltimore, MD, 2005;Love Houston Memorial Library, Dothan, Houston Co, Alabama; 929.3 RIC.

Isabel (?)

F
     Isabel (?) married Hugh Peverel.

     Sir Richard Peverel , son of Hugh Peverel and Isabel (?), was born circa 1250.

Family

Hugh Peverel
Child