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 <- Column Identifiers
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220bc: In China, paper is first produced.
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Oldest: 844 end Oldest: 844
A40
844: Viking raiders ascend the River Garonne as far as the city of Toulouse, and pillage the lands
of Septimania.
Aelthelred-I King-Of-Wessex
844-871
861 Wulfthryth Wessex
844-?
A40
Youngest: 844 Youngest: 844
Oldest: 858 Oldest: 858
A39
862: Carloman, eldest son of King Louis the German, revolts against his father. He is captured,
but manages to escape to the Ostmark (or 861).
Harald King-Of-Sjaelland-Denmark
858-899
879 Aelgifu Wessex
862-?
A39
Youngest: 862 Youngest: 862
Oldest: 911 end end Oldest: 911
A38
923: Battle of Fiorenzuola: Lombard forces led by King Rudolph II and Adalbert I, margrave of Ivrea,
defeat the deposed Emperor Berengar-I at Firenzuola (Tuscany).
Nicholas DeWarenne
?-1039
921 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Herfastus Forester-De-Arque
911-?
941 Gunhilda Olafsdottir
923-?
A38
Youngest: 923 Youngest: 923
Oldest: 925 end end Oldest: 925
A37
960: Harald Bluetooth, king of Denmark, consolidates his rule over Jutland and Zealand. He adopts
Christianity, erecting a carved stone at Jelling to honour his parents. It features a runic inscription
(best-known in Denmark) and an image of Christ surrounded by interlace. The other Scandinavian kingdoms
slowly convert to Christianity.
Walter DeWarenne
925-?
947 Avelina Duceline Crepon
930-1031
Ralph DeTorta
935-1010
957 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Osbern-I DeBolbec
945-1035
986 Avelina Crepon
960-?
A37
Youngest: 960 Youngest: 960
Oldest: 950 end Oldest: 950
A36
987: Bardas Phokas (the Younger) and Bardas Skleros, two members of the military elite, begin a
wide-scale rebellion against Emperor Basil II. They overrun Anatolia, and Phokas declares himself
Emperor. Basil applies for military assistance from Prince Vladimir the Great, ruler of Kievan Rus',
who agrees to help him and sends a Varangian army (6,000 men).
William DeWarenne
950-?
987 Emma Torta
960-?
Tesselin Vicomte-Of-Rouen
970-?
1003 JaneDoe Bolbec
987-?
A36
Youngest: 987 Youngest: 987
Oldest: 998 Oldest: 998
A35
1005: King Kenneth-Iii (the Chief) is killed in the battle of Monzievaird in Strathearn. He is succeeded
by his cousin Malcolm II (the Destroyer) (son of the late King Kenneth II) as ruler of Scotland.
Rudolf-I Dewarenne
998-1058
1019 Beatrix Vascoeuil
1004-1058
A35
Youngest: 1004 Youngest: 1004
Oldest: 1020 end end end Oldest: 1020
A34
1034: Malcolm-Ii, King of the Scots (Mael Coluim mac Cinaeda) dies; Donnchad, the son of his second
daughter Bethoc And Crinan of Dunkeld, inherits the throne.
Rudolf-Ii DeWarenne
1020-1058
1048 Emma St-Martin
1030-?
Roger-Ii DeMontgomery
1022-1094
1047 Mabel DeTalvas
1025-?
A34
Youngest: 1030 Youngest: 1030
Oldest: 1050 end end end Oldest: 1050
A33
1040: Jul 10 Lady Godiva rides naked on horseback through Coventry, according to legend, to force
her husband, the Earl of Mercia, to lower taxes
William-I DeWarenne
1050-1088
1070 Gundred Fleming
1055-1085
Robert-Ii DeMontgomery
1050-1131
1083 Agnes DePonthieu
1052-?
Eudes DeBurgundy
1058-1102
1083 Sibylle DeBourgogne
1060-1103
A33
Youngest: 1060 Youngest: 1060
Oldest: 1078 Oldest: 1078
A32
1095: On the last day of the Council of Clermont, Pope Urban II appoints Bishop Adhemar of Le Puy
and Count Raymond IV of Toulouse, to lead the First Crusade to the Holy Land.
William-Ii DeWarenne
1078-1138
1118 Isabel Vermandois
1081-1131
William-Ii Count-Of-Ponthieu De-Talvas
1090-?
1117 Helie Borel DeBurgundy
1092-1142
A32
Youngest: 1092 Youngest: 1092
Oldest: 1118 Oldest: 1118
A31
1124: David-I becomes King of the Scots.
William-Iii DeWarenne
1118-?
1136 Adele DeTalvas
1120-1174
A31
Youngest: 1120 Youngest: 1120
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1326: In the Ming Dynasty, the first cannon is fired.
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The DeWarenne/DeTalvas Family


MapFileName: A40-31WilliamIiiAdele
Number of Couples: 18