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Oldest: 690 end end
A46
690: King Oswine of Kent is toppled by Wihtred, brother of the late king Eadric of Kent, after a
2-year reign. He takes his lands north of the River Thames, in revenge against the East Saxons .
Alard D'Austrasie
690-?
711 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 690
Oldest: 713
A45
715: Battle of Compiegne: Ragenfrid, mayor of the palace of Neustria and Burgundy (appointed by
King Dagobert III), defeats Theudoald in the first battle of the Frankish civil war, following the
death of Pepin II (of Herstal).
Carloman King-Of-The-Franks
713-755
730 Gertrude Von-Bayern
715-?
Youngest: 715
Oldest: 725 end
A44
735: Charles Martel, Merovingian mayor of the palace, invades Burgundy. Duke Hunald I of Aquitaine
refuses to recognise the authority of the Franks, whereupon Charles marches south of the River Loire,
seizing the cities of Bordeaux and Blaye. Within 4 years he will have subdued all the Burgundian
chieftains, while continuing to fight off Moorish advances into Gaul.
Girard-I Count-Of-Paris
725-779
750 Rotrude
735-?
Youngest: 735
Oldest: 765
A43
779: King AEthelred-I of Northumbria is deposed by Prince AElfwald, son of the late king Oswulf,
who takes the throne as AElfwald-I.
Hughes-ii The-Timid Count-Of-Tours
765-837
796 Ava Countess-Of-Tours Morvois
779-839
Youngest: 779
Oldest: 799 end
A42
800: Charlemagne, king of the Franks, is crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Leo III as Charles I,
with the title "Emperor of the Franks and the Lombards". The coronation takes place during Mass
at the Basilica of St. Peter in Rome, on Christmas Day. The Frankish Empire is formed in Western
Europe, which is not recognized by Empress Irene at Constantinople. This triggers a series of disputes
with the Byzantines around who is officially ruling the former Western Roman Empire.
Lothar-I Holy-Roman-Emperor
799-855
821 Ermengarde Countess-Of-Tours
800-851
Giselbert deMaasgau
800-842
819 JaneDoe Hesbaye
800-?
Youngest: 800
Oldest: 820 end
A41
836: Driven by tensions between his favoured Turkish guard and the populace of Baghdad, Abbasid
caliph al-Mu'tasim moves his residence to the new city of Samarra, 130 km north of Baghdad. With
brief interruptions, the city will remain the seat of the Abbasid caliphs until 892.
Lothair-Ii The-Saxon King-of-Lorraine
835-869
862 Waldrada
836-868
Ermengarde DeFrance
832-?
843 Giselbert DeHainau
820-847
Youngest: 836
Oldest: 860 end end end
A40
865: Viking king Ragnar Lodbrok is captured by the Northumbrians in battle, and killed by being
thrown into a pit filled with poisonous snakes, on the orders of King AElla of Northumbria.
Herfast Of-Arque
?-?
912 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gottfried
860-?
883 Gisela Princess-Of-Lorraine
865-885
Youngest: 865
Oldest: 885 end
A39
937: King Otto-I refuses to give land to his older (illegitimate) half-brother Thankmar, who gains
the support of Eberhard III (duke of Franconia) and Wichmann the Elder, and seizes the fortress
of Eresburg. Otto assumes direct rule over Franconia and dissolves it into smaller counties.
Herbastus
914-981
931 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Guillaume DeBec
920-?
944 Bertha DeVermandois
920-?
Comte-Sigefred DeGuines
885-965
960 Elisende DeFlanders
937-970
Youngest: 937
Oldest: 945 end
A38
963: Otto arrives at Rome, Pope John XII and Adalbert II (co-ruler of Italy) flee to Campania,
taking with them most of the Papal treasury. Otto is warmly received by the Roman citizens as 'liberator'.
Osbert DeBolbec-I
952-1035
985 Avelina Crepon
961-?
Crispin DeBec
945-?
985 Heloise Guines
963-?
Youngest: 963
Oldest: 982 end end end end end
A37
991: At the battle of Maldon, the English led by Bryhtnoth confront a band of inland-raiding Vikings
in Essex. The English lost.
Godfrey D'Arques
987-1035
1006 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Jocelyn DeRouen
982-?
1007 Emmaline Unknown
?-?
Lord-Robert Granville Demalet
1003-1072
1022 Erminhild Demercia
1008-1050
Gilbert-I Count-Of-Eu-DeCrispin
990-1046
1017 Gunnora D'Aunou
993-?
Youngest: 1008
Oldest: 1010 end end
A36
1030: Stephen-I of Hungary forces the invading armies of the Holy Roman Empire, led by Conrad II,
to retreat back to Germany.
Gerald DeTancarville
1015-?
1033 Helisende Unknown
1015-?
Godfrey D'Arques
1010-?
1031 Amelie DeRouen
1010-?
William DeMalet Sheriff-Of-York
1023-1071
1045 Elise DeCaen DeCrispin
1027-1072
Youngest: 1027
Oldest: 1034 end
A35
1054: The East/West Christian Schism begins when 3 Roman legates place an invalid Papal Bull of
Excommunication on the altar of Hagia Sophia during liturgy.
Rauol DeTancarville
1034-1080
1059 Helvise DeL'espinay
1040-?
Guillaume D'Arques
1035-1086
1067 Beatrice Malet
1049-?
Youngest: 1049
Oldest: 1057 end end
A34
1071: In the battle of Cassel, Robert-I the Frisian defeats Arnulf-Iii who is killed in battle.
Guillaume-I DeTancarville
1062-1129
1083 Maud D'Arques
1068-?
Odon Stigand
1057-?
1080 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1068
Oldest: 1060 end end
A33
1090: At the battle ofHagenoorde, the German emperor defeats Egbert-Ii.
Renebault DeTancarville
1083-1140
1101 Agnes Stigand
1085-?
Sir-William DeHatton
1060-?
1101 Emma Darcsbury
1065-?
Youngest: 1085
Oldest: 1103 end end
A32
1119: Charles-the-Good becomes Earl of Flanders.
Geoffrey Lord-Chamberlain DeClinton
1103-1135
1124 Lesceline DeClinton
1103-?
Robert Hatton
1110-?
1132 Eleanor Crispin Brionne
1118-?
Youngest: 1118
Oldest: 1126 end end
A31
1138: Bavaria is taken away from the Welfen Henry X, Duke of Bavaria, and given to the Margrave
Leopold IV of Austria.
Osbert DeClinton
1126-?
1150 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Sir-William DeHatton
1132-1161
1154 Matilda DeHatton
1136-?
Youngest: 1136
Oldest: 1154
A30
1119: Battle of Sarmada - Emir Ilghazi defeats French Crusaders
Lord-Osbert-Of-Coleshill DeClinton
1154-1198
1177 Margaret Hutton
1155-1207
Youngest: 1155
Oldest: 1180 end end end
A29
1190: Richard I of England and Philip II of France, having met at Vezelay, set out from Marseille
to join the Third Crusade.
Lord-Osbert DeClinton
1180-1222
1202 Elysant Amington
1184-1222
James DeBisege
1184-?
1207 JaneDoe DeBisege
1186-1250
Youngest: 1186
Oldest: 1206
A28
1241: May 25 1st attack on Jewish community of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Thomas DeClinton
1206-1278
1230 Mazera DeBisege
1210-1278
Youngest: 1210
Oldest: 1234 end
A27
1225: Including representatives from districts, cities and boroughs, England's representative parliament
hold their first meeting.
Sir-James DeClinton Lord-Of-Badsley-Clinton
1239-1307
1255 JaneDoe Clinton
1234-?
Youngest: 1239
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1896: British inventor Birt Acres patents 35mm film camera/projector (kineopticon)

The DeClinton/Clinton Family


MapFileName: A46-27DeClintonClinton
Number of Couples: 37