Charlemagne (part 2)

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Table

Gener-
ations
LINEAGE
1 Charlemagne

Holy Roman Emperor

(742 - 814)
2 Louis (I)

Holy Roman Emperor

(778 - 840)
3 Princess Alpaide
(810 - ?)
Princess Adelaide
(824 - ?)
4 Adelaide, Queen of the Franks
(850 - ?)
(Continued in Part 1)
5 King Charles (III) of the Franks
(879 - 929)
6 King Louis (IV) of the Franks
(921 - 954)
7 Duke Charles of Lorraine
(953 - 994)
8 Gerbarge de Lorraine
(975 - 1018)
8 Maud de Louvain
(1006 - ?)
9 Lambert de Lens
(1022 - 1054)
10 Judith de Lens
(1054 - ?)
11 Matilda Huntington, Queen of Scotland
(1072 - 1130)
12 Maude de Senlis
(1094 - ?)
Prince Henry of Scotland
(1114 - 1152)
13 Robert de Quincy
(after 1100 - 1198)
Margaret de Huntingdon
(1154 - 1201)
Princess Ada of Scotland
(1146 - 1204)
14 Earl Saher (IV) de Quincy, of Winches
(1155 - 1219)
Henry de Bohun
(1177 - 1220)
Count Willem (I) of Holland
(1167 - 1222)
15 Robert de Quincy
(1172 - 1219)
Earl Roger de Quincy, of Winches
(1204 - 1264)
Hawise de Quincy,

Countess of Oxford

(1178 - ?)
Humphrey de Bohun
(1208 - ?)
Count Floris (IV) of Holland
(1210 - 1234)
16 Margaret de Quincy
(1208 - 1258)
Helen de Quincy
(1122 - 1296)
Isabel de Vere
(1222 - 1299)
Earl Robert de Vere, of Oxford
(1230 - 1296)
Humphrey de Bohun
(1220 - 1265)
Aleida, Countess of Holland
(1226 - ?)
17 Maud de Lacy
(1223 - 1288)
Eon (Eudo) La Zouche
(1244 - ?)
Josce Dinham
(? - 1301)
Hugh de Courtenay
(? - 1292)
Joan de Vere
(1264 - 1293)
Earl Humphrey (VII) de Bohun, of Hereford
(1249 - 1298)
Count Jean (II) de Avesnes, of Hainault
(1247 - 1304)
18 Thomas de Clare
(1245 - 1287)
Baron William la Zouche
(? - ?)
Lucy la Zouche
(1279 - ?)
Alice de Warren
(1277 - 1338)
Earl Humphrey (VIII) de Bohun, of Hereford
(1276 - 1322)
Count Guillaume (III) de Avesnes, of Hainault
(1280 - 1337)
19 Margaret Clare
(1286 - 1333)
Eon (Eudes) la Zouche
(? - 1326)
John Dinham
(1295 - ?)
Hugh de Courtenay
(1273 - 1340)
Earl Richard Fitzalan, of Arundel
(1303 - 1375)
William de Bohun
(1312 - 1360)
Phillippa Hainault, Queen of England
(1314 - 1369)
20 Elizabeth Badlesmere
(1325 - 1378)
Margery Badlesmere
(1306 - 1363)
Baron William la Zouche
(1321 - 1382)
Sir Henry de Greene
(1310 - 1370)
21 Elizabeth Bohun

(1350 - 1385)

(Continued in 2nd col from right)
Elizabeth de Ros
(1325 - 1380)
Baroness Agnes Greene
(1341 - 1391)
John Dinham
(? - ?)
Thomas Courtenay
(1309 - ?)
Earl Richard Fitzalan, of Arundel
(1350 - 1397)
Elizabeth Bohun
(1350 - 1385)
Duke John "Of Gaunt" England, of Lancaster
(1340 - 1399)
22 Baron William la Zouche
(? - 1396)
Muriel Courtenay
(1323 - 1369)
23 Eleanor Zouche
(1381 - ?)
John Dinham
(1359 - ?)
Alice Fitzalan
(1378 - 1416)
Cardinal Henry Beaufort
(1376 - 1447)
24 Philippa Lovel
(1374 - 1465)
25 John Dinham
(? - 1458)
Jane Beaufort
(1402 - ?)
26 Catherine Dinham
(1445 - 1502)
Sir Henry Stradling
(1430 - 1451)
27 Sir Thomas Stradling
(1454 - 1480)
28 Elizabeth Arundel
(1484 - 1513)
Sir Edward Stradling
(1474 - 1535)
29 Catherine Stradling
(1512 - ?)
30 John Palmer
(1554 - ?)
31 Walter Palmer
(1590 - 1661)
<- siblings -> William Palmer
(1587 - 1637/8)
32 William Palmer
(1616 - 1686?)
  Ann (Sarah) Palmer
(1609 - 1633)
33   Moses Rowley
(1630 - 1705)
34 William Palmer
(1658 - 1724)
  Mehitable Rowley
(1661- 1732)
35 Phebe Palmer
(1696 - ?)
  Thankful Fuller
(1686 - ?)
36 Elizabeth Ferris
(1720 - 1803)
  John Crippen
(1723 - ?)
37 Hannah Knapp
(1742 - 1765)
  Sarah Crippen
(1748 - 1832)
38 Elizabeth Parshall
(1765 - 1848)
  Lovisa Comstock
(1789 - 1856)
39 Hannah Terry
(1785 - 1877)
  Samuel Snyder
(1808 - 1866)
40 Joshua Terry
(1825 - 1915)
  Charles Snyder
(1859 - 1913)
41 Joshua Terry
(1860 - 1941)
  Esther Snyder
(1889 - 1970)
42 Laverna Terry
(1895 - 1934)
  Vivian Adair
(1914 - 1959)
43 Calvin Andrus
(1932 - Living)
  Sharon Adair
(1935 - Living)
44 David Andrus
(1953 - Living)

Lambert de Lens was the first husband of Adeliade of Normandy, sister to King William (I) of England.

Matilda Hungtington (generation 11) was first married to Simon de Senlis, and then to King David I of Scotland. <P> Phillippa Hainault (generation 19) was married to King Edward III of England. <P> Ann Palmer (generation 32) was a Pilgrim who arrived in Plymouth, Massachussetts in 1630, where her son Moses was born. <P> Lovisa Comstock (generation 38) and her son Samuel Snyder (generation 39) and Hannah Terry (generation 39) and her son Joshua Terry (generation 40) were Mormon Pioneers who walked across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains from Illinois to Utah.

Comment

(NOTE: In this chart I am listed by my first name, David.)

At 44 generations away, Charlemagne is my 41st great, great grandfather.

Lambert de Lens was the first husband of Adeliade of Normandy, sister to King William (I) of England.

Matilda Hungtington (generation 11) was first married to Simon de Senlis, and then to King David I of Scotland.

Phillippa Hainault (generation 19) was married to King Edward III of England.

Ann Palmer (generation 32) was a Pilgrim who arrived in Plymouth, Massachussetts in 1630, where her son Moses was born.

Lovisa Comstock (generation 38) and her son Samuel Snyder (generation 39) and Hannah Terry (generation 39) and her son Joshua Terry (generation 40) were Mormon Pioneers who walked across the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains from Illinois to Utah.


THE STORY

From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Charlemagne&oldid=147761947 (accessed July 31, 2007).

Charlemagne (En: [ˈʃa(ɹ).lə.meɪn]; Fr: [ʃaʀ.lə.ˈmaɲ]; Latin: Carolus Magnus, meaning Charles the Great) (742/747 – 28 January 814) was King of the Franks from 768 to his death. He expanded the Frankish kingdoms into a Frankish Empire that incorporated much of Western and Central Europe. During his reign, he conquered Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on 25 December 800, in an attempted revival of the Roman Empire in the West. Through his foreign conquests and internal reforms, Charlemagne helped define Western Europe and the Middle Ages. His rule is also associated with the Carolingian Renaissance, a revival of art, religion, and culture.



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