Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q
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425: In both the northern and southern dynasties of China, the horse-collar as a fully developed
collar-harness is first used.
Oldest: 958 end
A36
972: At the battle of Cedynia, in the first documented victory of Polish forces, Mieszko-I of Poland
decisively defeats Odo-I of Lusatia.
Richard-Ii Duke-of-Normandie
958-1026
989 Judith DeBretagne
973-?
Youngest: 973
Oldest: 928 end end end
A35
920: Jul 26 Rout of an alliance of Christian troops from Navarre and Leon against the Muslims at
Pamplona
Lord-Thorold Seigneur-de-Pont-Audemer
949-1040
981 Duvelina DeCrepon
?-?
Lord-Richard Thurstain DeBastembourg
942-1023
955 Aubree Bertran
928-974
Saint-Valliere DeHugleville
977-1101
1005 Papia DeNormandie
989-1016
Youngest: 989
Oldest: 963 end
A34
1009: The first known mention of Lithuania is found in the annals of Quedlinburg.
Turquetil DeNeufmarche
988-1060
1022 Adeline DeMonfort
963-1030
Richard DeHugleville
1006-1105
1024 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1006
Oldest: 1022 end end end end
A33
1014: At the battle of Strumitsa-valley, the Byzantine forces defeat the Bulgarian armies.
Robert DeBrus
1030-1050
1047 Gunnora DeBrus
1030-1050
Waldren DeSaintClare
1022-?
1051 Helen DeNormandy
1027-?
Baron-Geoffrey DeNeufmarche
1024-1100
1047 Ada Hugleville
1025-1101
Youngest: 1030
Oldest: 1049 end end
A32
1100: Aug 5 Henry I is crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey
Sir-William DeBraose
1049-1089
1074 Agnes DeSaintClare
1058-1081
Walter DePitres
1066-1130
1087 Lady-Bertha DeBalun
?-?
Bernard DeNeufmarche
1050-1093
1095 Nesta Verch-Trahaern
1079-?
Youngest: 1079
Oldest: 1075 end
A31
1098: The Fatimids retake Jerusalem from the Turks
Baron-Phillip DeBraose
1075-1112
1099 Aenor DeTotnes
1082-?
Miles DePitres Of-Gloucester
1092-1143
1117 Sybil DeNeufmarche
1096-1143
Youngest: 1096
Oldest: 1100
A30
1125: King Inge the Younger is murdered in Vreta Abbey, Ostergotland, instigated by queen Ulvhild
Hakansdotter. Her cousin Magnus the Strong proclaims himself ruler of Gotaland, whereas Ragnvald
Knaphovde, in opposition to him, proclaims himself king of Sweden in Svealand.
William-Ii DeBraose
1100-1192
1143 Bertha DePitres
1123-1204
Youngest: 1123
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1684: A patent for the thimble is granted to a galant young Dutchman whose identity is lost but
who'se objective was to protect the delicate fingers of his beloved. The invention is credited to
the Etruscans (before the Roman period).

The DeBraose/DePitres Family


MapFileName: A36-30WilliamBertha
Number of Couples: 15