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
Oldest: 672 end end
A44
673: Sep 24 Synod of Hertford opens; canons made for English Church
Delli Ac Neithon
672-?
655 Verch Eanfrith
?-?
Youngest: 672
Oldest: 659 end
A43
655: Nov 15 Battle of the Winwaed: Penda of Mercia is defeated by Oswiu of Bernicia.
King-Vere Anjou Devere
659-700
690 Deagon D'annu
669-?
Youngest: 669
Oldest: 699
A42
694: Nov 9 Spanish King Egica accuses Jews of aiding Muslims/sentenced to slavery
Elinas Delusina King-Of-Picts
704-734
726 Bruithina Macbrude
699-734
Youngest: 704
Oldest: 730 end end
A41
721: Jun 9 Odo of Aquitaine defeats the Moors in the Battle of Toulouse
Raymond Devere
730-780
750 Princess Melusine Delusina
734-759
Suppo-I Of-Spoleto
765-824
797 Okand Lombard
?-?
Youngest: 765
Oldest: 755 end
A40
754: Jan 7 Pope Stefanus II arrives in Ponthion
Milo-Duc-D'Angiers Devere
755-795
785 Bertbelle Martel
760-?
Adelchis-I Of-Spoleto
810-861
826 Adelgiza Supponidov
810-?
Youngest: 810
Oldest: 790 end end end end end end end
A39
827: AEthelstan establishes himself as king of East Anglia, after killing King Ludeca of Mercia
in battle. Ludeca is succeeded by Wiglaf, father-in-law (and probably distant cousin) of the late
king Ceolwulf I's daughter.
Maelo Devere
790-880
820 Avaline Denantes
?-?
Amedee DeBourgogne Atuyer
799-835
823 Uncata Berenger DeToulouse
802-835
Manfredo Di-Suse
?-?
845 Betha Otherthiner DeLucca
?-?
Suppo-Ii Of-Spoleto
827-882
843 Bertha Of-Spoleto
?-?
Hucbert Of-The-Bosonids-Family
820-864
847 Okand Of-The-Bosonids-Family
?-?
Youngest: 827
Oldest: 825 end end end end
A38
863: Danish Vikings loot along the Rhine. They settle on an island close by Cologne, but are driven
off by the combined forces of Lothair II and the Saxons.
Nicassius Devere
825-880
853 Lady-Agatha Dechampagne
830-?
Eudisde Dechartres Demontihery
840-886
864 Rothilde Detours
848-908
Anscario Of-Burgundy
827-902
879 Marquise Volvsia Suse
848-910
Emperor Berengar-I King-Of-Italy
845-924
878 Bertila Spoleto
860-923
Count-Theobald Of-Arles
854-895
881 Bertha Of-Arles
863-925
Youngest: 863
Oldest: 860 end end end
A37
885: Siege of Paris: Viking forces, under the Norse chieftains Sigfred and Sinric, sail up the River
Seine for eastern France, with a fleet of 300 longships (10,000 men). They appear before Paris,
and offer to spare the city if they are allowed free passage, by paying them tribute (Danegeld).
Their request is denied, and the Vikings begin the siege by attacking the northeast tower with ballistae,
mangonels and catapults. All Viking attacks are repulsed by Odo, Count of Paris, who defends the
city with a small garrison (about 200 men). Sigfred decides to withdraw, and builds a camp on the
right side of the river bank. Meanwhile he mines the city, and scours the countryside for provisions.
Otho Devere
860-912
888 Constance Demontihery
865-902
Baldwin Debois
?-?
918 Richilde Debourges
?-?
Adalbert-I Of-Burgundy
880-923
898 Gisela Fruili
880-?
Boso Margrave-Of-Tuscany
885-936
909 Willa Of-Burgundy
?-?
Youngest: 885
Oldest: 895
A36
920: Henry I conquers Utrecht (modern-day Netherlands), which has been in possession of the Vikings
for 70 years. Balderic, bishop of Utrecht, moves his seat back from Deventer to Utrecht.
Aurelius Devere
895-?
939 Helena Deblois
920-1007
Berengar-Ii D'Italia
900-966
939 Willa Toscana
912-966
Youngest: 920
Oldest: 935 end
A35
961: Battle of Fitjar: A Viking force under the sons of Eric Bloodaxe lands on Hordaland. King Haakon
I (the Good) defeats the rebelling force, but is killed. Harald Greycloak becomes ruler of the western
part of Norway.
Gallus Vere
940-1021
966 Gertrude Declermont
935-1029
Arnulf-Ii Count-Of-Flanders
961-987
979 Rozala D'Ivrea-Of-Italy
955-1003
Youngest: 961
Oldest: 970 end
A34
981: Otto II departs with an expeditionary force from Rome and invades Apulia (Southern Italy)
to punish the Saracens. He demands a fleet from Pisa and imposes a trade embargo against Venice.
Manassus DeVere
972-1039
997 Petronilla Lens
970-1000
Arnulf-Iii Vlaaderenen Flandre
981-?
999 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 981
Oldest: 1000
A33
1002: Emperor Otto-Iii dies, at the age of 22, of smallpox at Castle of Paterno (near Rome) after
a 19-year reign. He leaves no son, nor a surviving brother who can succeed by hereditary right to
the throne.[1] Otto is buried in Aachen Cathedral alongside the body of Charlemagne (Charles the
Great).
Alphonse DeVere
1000-1076
1025 Katherine Flanders
1000-1030
Youngest: 1000
Oldest: 1030 end
A32
1047: The oldest brewery currently operating opens in Freising, Bavaria.
Alberic DeVere
1030-1088
1060 Beatrice Ghent
1040-1100
Youngest: 1040
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1277: General L. Qianxia of the Song Dynasty uses the first land mines against Mongol soldiers.

The Devere/Ghent Family


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Number of Couples: 29