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
Oldest: 1009 end end
A34
1026: Battle of the Helgea (off the coast of Sweden): Naval forces of King Cnut the Great's North
Sea Empire defeat the combined Swedish and Norwegian royal fleets.
Wolfric Of-Mercia
1009-1059
1041 JaneDoe D-Arques
1025-1088
Youngest: 1025
Oldest: 1043 end
A33
1045: Edward the Confessor marries Edith of Wessex,[2] and begins construction of Westminster Abbey
in England.
Gamel Detettesworth
1043-1086
1063 Mottram Andrews
1045-1067
Youngest: 1045
Oldest: 1067 end
A32
1054: Jul 16 Michael Caerularius excommunicated of Constantinople
William Audley
1067-?
1083 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1067
Oldest: 1087 end
A31
1092: Synod of Szabolcs in Hungary: Its decrees regulate the life of national clergy and laymen,
as well as the relation between Christians, Jews and Muslims.
Adam Audley
1088-?
1110 Mabella Stanley
1087-1147
Youngest: 1088
Oldest: 1113 end end end
A30
1189: Richard I (The Lion Heart) becomes King Of England
Lidulph Alditheley
1113-1160
1142 JaneDoe Deaudley
1117-1147
Sir-William DeFerrers
1162-1247
1192 Agnes Of-Chester
1174-1247
Youngest: 1174
Oldest: 1147 end
A29
1204: The fourth Crusade occupies and plunders Constantinople.
Adam Dealdithley
1147-1203
1171 Emma Fitzorm
1153-1200
William Ferrers
1200-1254
1226 Sybil Marshall
1190-1245
Youngest: 1200
Oldest: 1175 end end end end end
A28
1210: Nov 18 Pope Innocent III excommunicates Roman Catholic Emperor Otto IV
Henry Dealdthley
1175-1246
1217 Bertred Audle Mainwring
1196-1249
Elias Giffard
1202-1248
1230 Lady Alicia Mantravers
1205-1250
Sir-Guy DeBrienne
1222-1307
1240 Eva DeTracy
?-?
William De-Vivonne
1225-1259
1248 Maud Ferrers
1228-?
Youngest: 1228
Oldest: 1225 end end end end
A27
1250: Jul 3 Louis IX of France is captured by Baibars' Mamluk army at the Battle of Fariskur while
he is in Egypt conducting the Seventh Crusade; he later has to ransom himself
James DeAudley
1225-1272
1244 Ela Longespee
1228-1299
Sir-John Leboef DeGiffard
1232-1299
1266 Lady-Maud DeClifford
1234-1282
Sir-Nicholas-Ii Fitzmartin
?-?
1257 Lady-Maud DeBrienne
1242-1274
Reynold Fitz-Piers
1230-?
1256 Joan Vivonne
1249-1314
Youngest: 1249
Oldest: 1257 end end
A26
1310: Aug 31 German king Heinrich VII makes his son Johan king of Bohemia
Sir-Nicholas DeAudley
1258-1299
1288 Lady-Katherine DeLongspee Giffard
1272-?
Baron William Martin
1257-1324
1281 Eleonor Fitz-Piers
1257-?
Piers DeGeneville
?-1293
1283 Jeanne DeLusignan
?-1322
Youngest: 1272
Oldest: 1275 end end end
A25
1291: Nov 28 Eleanor of Castile, wife of King Edward I of England, dies in Northamptonshire. Crosses
are erected where her body rests on the way to London
Robert Touchet
1275-1337
1297 Agnes deCheshire
1279-1298
Baron Nicholas Audley
1289-?
1310 Joan Fitzmartin
1296-1320
Roger DeMortimer
1287-1330
1311 Joan DeGeneville
1285-1356
Guillaume DeGrandison
?-?
1301 Blanche DeSavoy
?-?
Youngest: 1296
Oldest: 1298 end end
A24
1320: Apr 6 The Scots reaffirm their independence by signing the Declaration of Arbroath
Thomas Tuchet
1298-1346
1324 Lady-Joan Tattenhall
1302-1327
James Audley
1316-1386
1330 Joane De-Mortimer
1313-1338
Unknown-Husband
?-?
1325 Catherine DeGrandison
1304-1349
Youngest: 1316
Oldest: 1324 end
A23
1291: May 18 Mamluk Sultan Al-Ashraf Khalil and his forces take the last Christian stronghold of
Acre
Sir-John Touchet-I
1324-1371
1349 Joan Audley
1331-1392
Phillipe DeMontecute
1332-1381
1350 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1332
Oldest: 1352
A22
1341: Apr 14 Sack of Saluzzo (Italy) by Italian-Angevine troops under Manfred V of Saluzzo
Sir-John-of-Markheaton Touchet
1352-1372
1370 Margery Mortimer
1352-1405
Youngest: 1352
Oldest: 1371
A21
1380: Nov 16 French King Charles VI declares no taxes for ever
Sir-John Tuchet-Iii
1371-1408
1397 Lady-Elizabeth DeStafford
1371-1409
Youngest: 1371
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1560: Floating Dry Dock is first used in Venice, Venetian Republic.

The Tuchet/DeStafford Family


MapFileName: A34-21JohnElizabeth
Number of Couples: 30