Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 1026 end end Oldest: 1026
A32
1027: As recorded in the Song Shi, the Song Dynasty Chinese engineer Yan Su reinvents the 3rd-century
south-pointing chariot, a mechanical-driven compass vehicle.
Thurstine DeBasset
1026-?
1053 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A32
Youngest: 1026 Youngest: 1026
Oldest: 1086 end Oldest: 1086
A31
1100: May 30 Burchard becomes bishop of Utrecht
Ralph DeBasset Chief-Justice
1086-1120
1111 Alice Buci
1086-?
A31
Youngest: 1086 Youngest: 1086
Oldest: 1130 end Oldest: 1130
A30
1136: Duke Grimoald of Bari, supported by Emperor Lothair III, rebels against King Roger II of Sicily.
Willaim Basset Sheriff-Of-Sapcote
1130-?
1164 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A30
Youngest: 1130 Youngest: 1130
Oldest: 1170 end Oldest: 1170
A29
1163: Pastor Frederik forms a convent at Mariengaarde Friesland.
Simon Basset Lord-Of-Sapcote
1170-?
1298 Elizabeth Avendal
1170-?
A29
Youngest: 1170 Youngest: 1170
Oldest: 1170 end end end Oldest: 1170
A28
1190: 150 Jews of York England commit mass sucide rather than submit to baptism
Ralph Basset
1200-1282
1227 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Thomas DeWolvey
1170-1256
1205 Isabel DeBasset
1175-1224
A28
Youngest: 1200 Youngest: 1200
Oldest: 1210 end end Oldest: 1210
A27
1239: The Pope grants the status of Crusade, to the king of Castile's ongoing invasion of the Muslim
kingdom of Murcia.
Simon Basset
1230-1295
1256 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Robert DeLeycestre-Of-Wolvey
1210-1256
1252 Petronilla DeFlamville
1230-?
A27
Youngest: 1230 Youngest: 1230
Oldest: 1255 end Oldest: 1255
A26
1269: King Louis Ix of France decrees that all Jews must wear a badge of shame.
Ralph Basset
1260-1322
1285 Elizabeth Colvill
1260-?
Sir-Thomas DeLeycestre
1255-1312
1279 Alice DeClinton
1259-?
A26
Youngest: 1260 Youngest: 1260
Oldest: 1260 end end end Oldest: 1260
A25
1291: May 10 Scottish nobles recognize authority of English King Edward I
William DeMoton
1260-1317
1291 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Simon Basset
1290-1328
1316 Isabel Boteler
?-?
Giles DeAstley
1279-1316
1304 Lady-Alice DeWolvey
1283-1345
A25
Youngest: 1290 Youngest: 1290
Oldest: 1300 end Oldest: 1300
A24
1355: Feb 10 The St. Scholastica's Day riot breaks out in Oxford, England, leaving 62 scholars and
perhaps 30 locals dead in two days.
William Moton
1300-?
1325 Joan La Zouche
1308-?
Ralph Basset
1316-1378
1336 Sibyl DeAstley
1317-?
A24
Youngest: 1317 Youngest: 1317
Oldest: 1330 Oldest: 1330
A23
1341: Apr 8 Petrarch crowned a poet on the Capitoline Hill in Rome
Robert Moton
1330-1367
1352 Alice Basset
1338-1390
A23
Youngest: 1338 Youngest: 1338
Oldest: 1354 end Oldest: 1354
A22
1362: Jan 16 A great storm tide in the North Sea destroys the German island of Strand and the city
of Rungholt
Sir-William Moton
1354-1391
1373 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A22
Youngest: 1354 Youngest: 1354
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1479: The Arquebus (also spelled Harquebus), the predecessor to the musket, is invented, possibly
in Spain.
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The Moton/Unknown Family


MapFileName: A32-22MotonUnknown
Number of Couples: 17