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 <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 886 End End Oldest: 886
A37
881: Aug 3 Battle at Saucourt: French King Louis III beats the Vikings
William Perigord
886-?
919 Regilinda Franks
894-?
A37
Youngest: 894 Youngest: 894
Oldest: 915 End End End End End Oldest: 915
A36
911: Oct 1 During a siege in Constantinople, the Theotokos (Mary, the mother of Jesus) appeared
at the church in Blachernae holding her veil over the praying faithful, among them St. Andrew of
Constantinople.
Boso Lamarche
915-?
940 Emma Perigord
920-?
Garard Limoges
915-?
942 Rotilde Brosse
915-?
Hubert Tours
?-?
955 Alderde Aunay
?-?
A36
Youngest: 920 Youngest: 920
Oldest: 945 End End End Oldest: 945
A35
942: Alberic nominates Pope Marinus-Ii who made little impression on the world.
Hugh-Iii Sires
?-?
984 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Adelbert LaMarche
945-997
977 JaneDoe Almode
950-1007
Severy-Iii Tours
?-1007
980 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A35
Youngest: 950 Youngest: 950
Oldest: 986 End End End Oldest: 986
A34
990: Russia adopts the Julian calendar.
Hugh-Iv Sire
?-1030
1012 JaneDoe Aldearde
?-?
Bernard Marche
986-1047
1022 Amelie D'Aubney
990-?
Geoffrey Tours
?-1043
1011 JaneDoe Aenor
?-?
A34
Youngest: 990 Youngest: 990
Oldest: 1015 End End End End End Oldest: 1015
A33
1069: Harrying of the North: King William of England (William the Conqueror) reacts to rebellions
made by his Anglo-Saxon subjects against him. He rides through the north of England with his army
and burns houses, crops, cattle and land from York to Durham, which results in the deaths of over
100,000 people, mainly from starvation and winter cold.
Malcolm-Iii King-Of-Scotland
1031-1093
1084 Saint-Margaret Of-Scotland
1045-1093
Hugh-V Sire
1015-1060
1039 Almodis Marche
1025-1071
Aimery-Iv Thours
1015-1093
1035 Auremgarde Moulcon
1017-?
Broyo Debriwere
1060-1085
1084 JaneDoe Radulph
1066-1086
A33
Youngest: 1066 Youngest: 1066
Oldest: 1039 End End Oldest: 1039
A32
1091: Apr 29 Battle at Monte Levunium: Emperor Alexius I beats Petshegenes
David-I King-Of-Scotland
1084-1153
1108 Maud Countess-Of-Northumbria
1074-1130
Hugh-Vi Sire
1039-?
1078 Ildegarde Thours
1041-?
William Briwere
1086-1113
1111 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A32
Youngest: 1086 Youngest: 1086
Oldest: 1090 End End End End End Oldest: 1090
A31
1121: Dirk-Vi becomes count of Holland.
Henry Prince-Of-Scotland
1114-1152
1141 Ada Adeline Dewarenne
1120-1178
Earl-Henry D'Huntingdon
1114-1152
1141 Ada DeWarenne
1120-1178
Hugh-Vii Lusignan
1090-1150
1115 JaneDoe Sarazine
1095-?
Henry DeBriwere
1114-1205
1142 JaneDoe
1098-1121
A31
Youngest: 1120 Youngest: 1120
Oldest: 1110 End End End End Oldest: 1110
A30
1154: Damascus surrenders to Sultan Nur ad-Din van Aleppo.
Earl Humphrey-Iv DeBohun
1143-1181
1168 Margaret Huntingdon Princess-Of-Scotland
1145-1201
Hugh-Viii Lusignan
1116-?
1145 Bourgogne Rancon
1110-?
William DeBraose 4th-Lord-Of-Bramer
1144-1211
1169 Maud Valerie
1148-1210
William DeBriwere
1145-1226
1280 Beatrice DeVaux
1149-?
A30
Youngest: 1149 Youngest: 1149
Oldest: 1164 End Oldest: 1164
A29
1190: In the York Progrom, Jews living in York England, besieged in Clifford's Tower are massacred
or commit suicide rather than submit to baptism.
Sir-Henry DeBohun Lord-Of-Hereford
1176-1220
1198 Maude DeMandeville
1177-1236
Raoul Lusignan
1164-1219
1203 Alice D'exoudun
1183-1246
Reginald DeBraose
1171-1228
1203 Grace DeBriwere
1186-1251
A29
Youngest: 1186 Youngest: 1186
Oldest: 1204 Oldest: 1204
A28
1200: Jul 1 In China, sunglasses are invented
Humphrey-V 2nd-Earl-of-Hereford
1208-1275
1221 Mathilde Lusignan
1208-1241
Lord-William-Of-Abergavenny DeBraose
1204-1230
1223 Lady-Eve Marshall
1206-1246
A28
Youngest: 1208 Youngest: 1208
Oldest: 1221 Oldest: 1221
A27
1226: The Roman Catholic practice of public adoration of the Blessed Sacrament outside of mass spreads
from monateries to pariishes.
Sir-Humphrey-Vi DeBohun Earl-Of-Hereford-and-Essex
1221-1265
1247 Alianore Braose
1224-1275
A27
Youngest: 1224 Youngest: 1224
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1298: After a year's siege, the revolting commune of Palestrina near Rome surrenders, and is razed
to the ground and salted by order of Pope Boniface VIII, in an act of debellatio (complete destruction
of an enemy).
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The DeBohun/DeBraose Family


MapFileName: A37-27DeBohunDeBraose
Number of Couples: 31