Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 1062 end end end end Oldest: 1062
A32
1095: The Second County of Portugal is established for the second time, by Count Henry of Burgundy.
The same year, the Almoravids start pushing back the Christians to the positions they occupied a
decade earlier. This offensive begins with the reconquest of Lisbon, which had been given away to
Castile four years before.
William DeMandeville
1062-1130
1091 Margaret DeRie
1075-1119
Sir Aubrey DeVere
1082-1141
1109 Alice DeClare
1093-?
A32
Youngest: 1093 Youngest: 1093
Oldest: 1070 end end Oldest: 1070
A31
1110: Crusaders march into Beirut initiating a bloodbath.
Geoffrey DeMandeville
1092-1144
1129 Rohese DeVere
1110-1166
Umberto-Ii DiSavioe
1072-1103
1090 Gisele DeBourgogne
1070-1133
A31
Youngest: 1110 Youngest: 1110
Oldest: 1092 end end end end end Oldest: 1092
A30
1147: King Afonso of Portugal occupies Lisbon.
Henry Of-Scotland
1119-1152
1134 Ada Lancaster DeWarenne
1104-1178
Piers DeLutegareshale
1134-1179
1158 Maud DeManville
1138-1178
William DeSaye
1137-1177
1159 Anfrica Of-Scotland
1141-?
Count-Amedeo-Iii Of-Savoie
1092-1148
1127 Mahaut DiAlbon
1108-1145
A30
Youngest: 1141 Youngest: 1141
Oldest: 1135 end end Oldest: 1135
A29
1165: William the Lion succeeds his brother Malcolm IV as king of Scotland; he reigns until his
death in 1214.
Humphrey-Iv DeBohun
1150-1182
1175 Margaret Unknown
1154-1201
Geoffrey Fitz Piers
1162-1213
1176 Beatrice DeSaye
1160-1197
Umberto-Iii DiSavoie
1135-1189
1177 Beatrice DeBourgogne-comte
1160-1230
A29
Youngest: 1162 Youngest: 1162
Oldest: 1160 end end end end end Oldest: 1160
A28
1186: Constance of Sicily marries Henry (the future Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor).
Henry-Ii DeBohun
1176-1220
1197 Maud FitzGeoffrey
1177-1236
William-V Aylmer DeValence-Taillefer
1160-1218
1187 Countess-Alix Joigny Courtenay
1166-1218
Count-Alfonso Of-Provence
1180-1209
1197 Garsenda DeSabran
1181-1257
Tommaso DeSavoie
1178-1233
1201 Marguerite Geneve
1180-1257
A28
Youngest: 1181 Youngest: 1181
Oldest: 1167 end end end Oldest: 1167
A27
1215: King John of England makes an oath to the Pope (Innocent-Iii) to gain his support as a crusader.
Humphrey-Vi DeBohun
1208-1275
1224 Maud Lusignan
1208-1241
John-I lackland Plantagenet
1167-1216
1205 Isabella Taillefer Of-Angouleme
1188-1246
Ramon-Iv Berenguer
1198-1245
1220 Countess-Beatrice Di-Savoia
1205-1267
Alfonso-Ix Fernandez Leon
1171-1230
1199 Berengaria Alfonsez Castile
1180-1246
A27
Youngest: 1208 Youngest: 1208
Oldest: 1201 end end end end end end end end end Oldest: 1201
A26
1229: Following the deadlock tie in the election of the Venetian Doge, the number of electors is
increased from 40 to 41 in order to prevent such future occurrences.
John DeCourtenay
?-?
1245 Isabel Devere
?-?
Hugh LeDespencer
?-?
1237 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Robert Saint-John
?-?
1222 Agnes Cantilupe
?-?
Reginald Fitzpiers
?-?
1231 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Humphrey-Vii DeBohun
1224-1265
1247 Eleanor DeBraose
1230-?
Henry-Iii Of-Winchester
1207-1272
1236 Eleonore DeProvence
1223-1291
Fernando-Iii Saint-Of-Castile/Leon
1201-1252
1239 Johanna DeDammartin
1216-1279
A26
Youngest: 1230 Youngest: 1230
Oldest: 1225 Oldest: 1225
A25
1241: Oct 25 Goffredo Castiglioni elected as Pope Coelestinus IV (Nov 10 1241)
Hugh-I Courtenay
1249-1291
1267 Eleanor Despencer
1240-?
John Saint-John
1225-?
1261 Alice Fitzpiers
1234-?
Humphrey-Vii DeBohun
1248-1298
1273 Maud Fiennes
1254-1321
Edward-I Longshanks Plantagenet
1239-1307
1264 Queen-Eleanor Of-Castile
1245-1290
A25
Youngest: 1254 Youngest: 1254
Oldest: 1270 Oldest: 1270
A24
1241: Apr 9 Battle of Liegnitz - Mongol armies defeat Poles & Germans
Hugh-Ii DeCourtenay
1270-1340
1292 Agnes St-John
1270-1345
Humphrey-Viii DeBohun
1276-?
1302 Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet
1282-1316
A24
Youngest: 1282 Youngest: 1282
Oldest: 1303 Oldest: 1303
A23
1291: Jul 31 Egyptian Mamelukken occupies Akko, crusaders driven out of Palestine
Hugh DeCourtenay
1303-1377
1325 Margaret DeBohun
1311-1391
A23
Youngest: 1311 Youngest: 1311
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1439: Printing press in Mainz, Germany: The printing press is invented in the Holy Roman Empire
by Johannes Gutenberg before 1440, based on existing screw presses. The first confirmed record of
a press appeared in a 1439 lawsuit against Gutenberg.
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The DeCourtenay/DeBohun Family


MapFileName: A32-23HughMargaret
Number of Couples: 33