Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 858 end end end end Oldest: 858
A39
874: The Danish Vikings (from their base at Repton) drive King Burgred of Mercia into exile, and
sack Tamworth. They conquer his kingdom and install his political opponent, Ceolwulf II, as sub-king.
Ingelger DeDreux
870-947
891 Countess Adele DeAmboise
874-916
Werner DeLaVillandry
858-?
875 Petronella Toscanada
869-?
A39
Youngest: 874 Youngest: 874
Oldest: 875 end end Oldest: 875
A38
902: Adalbert II, margrave of Tuscany, revolts against Emperor Louis III ("the Blind"). He helps
the deposed King Berengar I to recover the Kingdom of Italy. Louis III is forced to abdicate the
Lombard throne and flees to Provence, compelled to promise never to return to Italy.
Raoul-Ii DeValois DeVexin
900-944
918 Ligardis DeMeulan
902-991
Landry DeDreux
894-947
919 Roscille DeLaHaye
901-945
Bernard-I DeSenlis
875-927
909 JaneDoe Bretagne
880-?
A38
Youngest: 902 Youngest: 902
Oldest: 915 end end end Oldest: 915
A37
924: King Edward the Elder dies at Farndon after a 25-year reign in which he has gained direct control
over Mercia, including the Danish-occupied areas. He is succeeded by his eldest son AEthelstan,
who will reign as King of England (see 927). He continues his father's conquest of the Danelaw north
of the Thames-Lea line from the Vikings
Count-Galerand-I DeMeulan
915-985
943 Countess-Liegearde DeMantes
919-990
Gautier-I Comte-de-Vexin
919-966
947 Eva Adele DeDreux
920-999
Bernard-Ii DeSenlis
918-965
945 Adele Bormar
924-?
A37
Youngest: 924 Youngest: 924
Oldest: 946 end Oldest: 946
A36
954: Lothair III is crowned at the Abbey of Saint-Remi by Artald, archbishop of Reims, as king of
the West Frankish Kingdom. His mother, Queen Gerberga of Saxony appoints Hugh the Great as regent.
Count-Galerand-Ii DeMeulan
946-987
967 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gautier-Ii DeValois-et-Amiens
953-1027
969 Alix Adele DeSenlis
954-991
A36
Youngest: 954 Youngest: 954
Oldest: 965 Oldest: 965
A35
970: Byzantine-Imperial truce: Emperor Otto I (the Great) meets with John I at Bari and accepts
a permanent peace agreement. Pandulf I (Ironhead) is released from captivity in Constantinople.
Count-Hughes-I DeMeulan
965-1005
990 Oda DeVexin
970-1060
A35
Youngest: 970 Youngest: 970
Oldest: 990 Oldest: 990
A34
994: King Otto-Iii, now 14-year-old, receives at an assembly of the Imperial Diet in Solingen the
regalia to rule the Kingdom of Germany. Otto appoints Heribert of Cologne as chancellor of Italy.[
Galerand-Iii DeMeulan
990-1069
1011 Oda DeConteville
994-?
A34
Youngest: 994 Youngest: 994
Oldest: 1010 end end end end Oldest: 1010
A33
986: Mar 2 Louis V becomes King of the Franks
Ralph Fitzherlewin
1010-?
1037 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eudes Stigand
1020-?
1071 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Earl-Roger DeBeaumont
1015-1094
1040 Adeline DeMeulan
1014-1081
A33
Youngest: 1020 Youngest: 1020
Oldest: 1040 Oldest: 1040
A32
1080: Canute-Iv succeeds as King of Denmark, on the death of his brother Harald III
Ralph DeTancarville
1040-1080
1093 Agnes Stigand
1075-1150
Earl-Henry-I DeNewburgh
1046-1119
1087 Marguerite DuPerche
1067-1136
A32
Youngest: 1075 Youngest: 1075
Oldest: 1095 Oldest: 1095
A31
1098: Crusaders defeat Prince Redwan of Aleppo at Antioch.
Geoffrey DeClinton
1095-1130
1109 Agnes DeBeaumont
1095-1150
A31
Youngest: 1095 Youngest: 1095
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1190: Isabella of Jerusalem marries Conrad of Montferrat at Acre, making him de jure king.
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The DeClinton/DeBeaumont Family


MapFileName: A39-31GeoffreyAgnes
Number of Couples: 18