Column Identifiers ->a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u <- Column Identifiers
Oldest: 764 end end Oldest: 764
A43
764: King Offa of Mercia conquers Kent, and brings an end to the rule of kings Ealhmund and Sigered
in West Kent. He imposes Mercian overlordship on the kingdom, but allows a local king, Heaberht,
to rule there.
Nominoe Of-Brittany
764-851
791 Argentael DeLeon
764-?
A43
Youngest: 764 Youngest: 764
Oldest: 794 end Oldest: 794
A42
814: Holy-Roman-Emperor Charlemagne dies in Aachen present-day Germany
Erispoe Of-Brittany
794-857
833 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A42
Youngest: 794 Youngest: 794
Oldest: 850 end Oldest: 850
A41
855: Emperor Lothair I dies after a 15-year reign (co-ruling with his father Louis the Pious until
840). He divides the Middle Frankish Kingdom between his three sons in an agreement called the Treaty
of Prum-the eldest, Louis II, receives the northern half of Italy and the title of Holy Roman Emperor.
The second, Lothair II, receives Lotharingia (the Low Countries and Upper Burgundy). The youngest,
Charles, receives Lower Burgundy and Provence.
Gurwant Of Rennes
850-877
879 JaneDoe Brittany
855-?
A41
Youngest: 855 Youngest: 855
Oldest: 850 end Oldest: 850
A40
855: AEthelwulf of Wessex decides to go on a pilgrimage to Rome, accompanied by his youngest son
Alfred (age 6) and a large retinue.[1] He divides the kingdom between his two eldest sons; AEthelbald
receives the western part of Wessex, while AEthelberht becomes ruler over Kent, Surrey, Sussex and
Essex.
Gurwant Of Rennes
850-877
879 JaneDoe Brittany
855-?
A40
Youngest: 855 Youngest: 855
Oldest: 884 end Oldest: 884
A39
884: King Carloman II reverts to the former fall-back of 'pay and pray', buying (with Danegeld)
a truce at Amiens, while he raises 12,000 lbs of silver for the Vikings to depart.
Berenguer Of-Bayeau
884-929
911 JaneDoe Rennes
884-?
A39
Youngest: 884 Youngest: 884
Oldest: 914 end Oldest: 914
A38
914: Vikings devastate the Welsh coast and move up the Severn River. They capture Bishop Cyfeilliog
of Ergyng, but are driven out by Saxon levies from Hereford and Gloucester.
Juhel Berenger Of-Rennes
914-970
933 Gerberge Unknown
914-?
A38
Youngest: 914 Youngest: 914
Oldest: 937 Oldest: 937
A37
956: Hugh the Great, count of Paris, dies at Dourdan. He is succeeded by his eldest son Hugh Capet,
who is recognized as Duke of the Franks by his cousin Lothair III, king of the West Frankish Kingdom.
Conan-I LeTort-Of-Rennes
937-992
965 Countess-Ermengarde Of-Anjou
956-1024
A37
Youngest: 956 Youngest: 956
Oldest: 910 end Oldest: 910
A36
982: King Harald Bluetooth invades Norway, pillaging south-west Norway all the way to Stad, where
he encounters Haakon Sigurdsson (the de facto ruler of Norway) and his army. He flees back to Denmark,
ending the invasion.
Harald DeCrepon
910-986
939 Gynrithe Olafsdatter
919-1000
Richard-Ii Duke-Of-Normandie
970-1026
996 Judith DeBretagne
982-1017
A36
Youngest: 982 Youngest: 982
Oldest: 944 end end end Oldest: 944
A35
1005: The Republic of Pisa conducts a military offensive against the Saracen strongholds in Southern
Italy. The Pisan fleet sacks the city of Reggio Calabria. Pisa becomes one of the four commercial
Maritime Republics (the other three are Genoa, Venice and Amalfi), which fights each other for control
of the Mediterranean Sea.
Hugh-I Reviers
983-1035
1003 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Herfast DeCrepon
944-1002
970 Cyrid DeCrepon
952-?
Robert Duke-Of-Normandie
1000-1035
1021 Herleva DeFalaise
1003-1050
A35
Youngest: 1003 Youngest: 1003
Oldest: 985 end end end Oldest: 985
A34
1027: King Cnut the Great attends the coronation of Conrad-Ii in Rome. This proves his position
as sole ruler of the Danish North Sea Empire.
Hugh DeReviers
1005-1065
1027 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Osbern Stewart-Of-Normandie
985-1035
1029 Emma Ivry
1008-1034
William-I King-Of-England
1024-1087
1040 Maud Ingelrica
1026-1100
A34
Youngest: 1026 Youngest: 1026
Oldest: 1025 end end end Oldest: 1025
A33
1021: In the Synod of Pavia, Emperor Henry-Ii convicts a married priest.
William DeReviers
1030-1089
1055 Emma Fitzosbern
1034-?
William Peverell
1040-1115
1067 Adelina Lancaster
?-?
Dreux DeBaladon
1025-?
1063 Unknown-Wife
?-?
A33
Youngest: 1040 Youngest: 1040
Oldest: 1060 end Oldest: 1060
A32
1079: Persian astronomer Omar Khayyam computes the length of the year to be exactly 365.24219858156
days, the most accurate calculation of his time
Richard DeReviers
1060-1107
1089 Adelise DePeverell
1069-1156
Hamelin DeBalladon
1067-1100
1098 Agnes DeBalladon
1072-1100
A32
Youngest: 1072 Youngest: 1072
Oldest: 1099 Oldest: 1099
A31
1095: With the slogan "Deus Volt" [God wills it], Pope Urban II calls on all Christians to wage
war to reclaim the Holyland thus initiating the Crusades.
Baldwin DeReviers 1st-Earl-Of-Devon
1102-1155
1125 Adeliza Lucia Debaalum
1099-1155
A31
Youngest: 1102 Youngest: 1102
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1410: Korea fires the first naval artillery.
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The DeReviers/DeBaalum Family


MapFileName: A43-31BaldwinAdeliza
Number of Couples: 21