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Oldest: 568 end end
A45
563: Dec 24 The Byzantine church Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is dedicated for the second time
after being destroyed by earthquakes.
Harald-Waldar-Siikoldungen Validarsson King-Of-Denmark
568-610
589 Hildur Haroldsson
572-672
Youngest: 572
Oldest: 590 end end end
A44
585: Oct 23 Burgundy king Guntram opens synod of Macon (Mastico)
Thrond-Of-Trondheim
620-?
655 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Halfdan-The-Valiant Haroldsson King-Of-Scania
590-675
640 Moakda Digri
594-674
Youngest: 620
Oldest: 634 end end end end
A43
630: Jan 1 The Prophet Muhammad sets out toward Mecca with the army that captures it bloodlessly.
Halfdan Olafsson King-Of-Romerike/Vestfold
634-700
661 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Erik Agnarsson King-Of-Vestfold
?-?
685 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Eystein Throndsson
668-710
695 Solveig Halfdansdatter
674-770
Youngest: 674
Oldest: 668 end end end
A42
660: Jul 9 Battle of Hwangsanbeol: At Nonsan, China a 50,000 strong Silla force led by general Kim
Yu-shin annihilate the army of Baekje and kill their leader general Gyebaek
Eystein-Fret-Halfdansson King-Of-Romerike-And-Vestfold
668-730
709 Hild Eriksdotter
690-?
Dag King-Of-Westmare
?-?
731 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Halvdan Eysteinsson
?-?
730 Hogne Norway
700-737
Youngest: 700
Oldest: 710 end
A41
740: King Eadberht of Northumbria marches his army north to attack the Picts. KingAEthelbald of
Mercia takes advantage of his absence, and ravages the city of York. Internal struggles re-emerge
in Northumbria with the murder of Eardwine, probably the son of the late usurping king Eadwulf-I.
Halfdan Eysteinsson King-Of-Romerike-and-Vestfold
710-784
750 Liv
?-?
Eystein Glumru King-Of-Thrandia
737-759
769 Ascrida Ragnvaldsdottir Queen-Of-Thrandia
740-785
Youngest: 740
Oldest: 780
A40
783: Hildegard, wife of King Charlemagne, dies in childbirth after her ninth confinement in less
than 12 years of marriage. His mother, Bertrada of Laon, dies in the summer and is buried with great
ceremony beside her husband Pepin the Short, in the Abbey of St. Denis (modern-day Paris).
Ivar Vidfame Sweden-Halfdansson
783-850
824 Lady-Thyra Eysteinsdottir
780-850
Youngest: 783
Oldest: 804 end
A39
830: Emperor Louis the Pious returns from a campaign in Brittany, and is captured by his son Pepin
I, king of Aquitaine. He is put under house arrest at Compiegne, and his wife Judith is incarcerated
at Poitiers.
Rognvald Eysteinsson
830-890
853 Ascrida Countess-Of-Oppland
804-860
Youngest: 830
Oldest: 860 end
A38
872: attle of Hafrsfjord: The Norse chieftain Harald Fairhair wins a great naval victory at Hafrsfjord,
outside Stavanger. He becomes (at age 18) the first king of Norway. Harald's conquests and taxation
system lead many Viking chiefs and their followers to emigrate to the British Isles and (later)
to Iceland.
Rollo Rognvaldsson
860-932
898 Papia DeBayeux
872-?
Youngest: 872
Oldest: 900 end
A37
911: King Charles III (the Simple) and Rollo, leader of the Vikings, sign a peace agreement (Treaty
of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte). In return for his homage and conversion to Christianity, Rollo becomes
a vassal and is made Count of Rouen. He divides the lands between the riviers Epte and Risle among
his chieftains, and prevents any other Vikings sailing down the Seine to attack the West Frankish
Kingdom.
Guillaume Longue Epee
900-943
933 Sporte DeBretagne
911-933
Youngest: 911
Oldest: 933 end
A36
936: Hugh of Provence, king of Italy, dispatches his son and co-ruler Lothair II with a third expedition
to Rome to dislodge Alberic II. Assault after assault is repulsed by the Roman civic militia. At
length, weakened by an epidemic, the Lombard nobles press on Hugh to accept a peace treaty mediated
by Odo of Cluny.
Richard-I Duke-Of-Normandy
933-996
945 Gunnora DeCrepon
936-1031
Youngest: 936
Oldest: 965 end
A35
974: King Edgar I (the Peaceful) gives English help to Prince Hywel in ousting his uncle, King Iago
of Gwynedd from his kingdom.
Mauger Morain
974-1040
995 Germaine DeCorbel
965-998
Youngest: 974
Oldest: 998 end
A34
1004: Venetian-Byzantine forces defeat the Saracens at Bari. The citadel is on the brink of capitulation
after a 3-days siege. Giovanni, a son of Doge Pietro Orseol-Ii, is married to the Byzantine princess
Maria Argyra.
Guillaume Werlac-DeCorbeil
998-1068
1019 Hamo DeCruelly
1002-1049
Youngest: 1002
Oldest: 1020 end
A33
1040: Harthacanute lands at Sandwich and reclaims the English throne.
Renaud DeCorbeil
1020-1067
1051 JaneDoe Demmartin
1035-?
Youngest: 1035
Oldest: 1052 end
A32
1014: Feb 14 Pope Benedict VIII crowns Henry II Roman German Emperor
Gilbert DeCorbeil
1052-1087
1088 Isabel Lupus
1061-?
Youngest: 1061
Oldest: 1067 end
A31
1100: Burchard becomes bishop of Utrecht.
Robert Fitzgilbert DeCorbeil
1095-1120
1116 Isabelle Davranches
1067-?
Youngest: 1095
Oldest: 1118 end
A30
1120: The White Ship is sunk in the English Channel, off Barfleur. King Henry I of England's only
legitimate son, William Adelin, is among 300 (many of them Anglo-Norman nobility) who drown.
Robert Depeshale
1118-1167
1137 Ormunda Delumley
1118-1204
Youngest: 1118
Oldest: 1138 end
A29
1091: Jun 17 Floris II de Vette becomes earl of Holland
John Delumley Depeshale
1138-1189
1160 Ann Deswynnerton
1138-?
Youngest: 1138
Oldest: 1165 end
A28
1177: In the battle of Montgisard, Baldwin-Iv of Jerusalem defeats Saladin and a larger Ayyubid
force.
William DePeshale
1165-1229
1189 Ellen Broughton
1170-1289
Youngest: 1170
Oldest: 1190 end
A27
1180: Aug 17 Yoritomo Minamoto leads uprising against Kiyomori Taira who installed his grandson,
Emperor Antoku, to the throne
Walter DePeshale
1190-?
1221 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1190
Oldest: 1223 end
A26
1184: Jun 11 Trojan War: Troy is sacked and burned, according to calculations by Eratosthenes
Walter DePeshale
1223-?
1243 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1223
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The DePeshale Family


MapFileName: A45-26DePeshaleUnknown
Number of Couples: 26