Column Identifiers -> A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q
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2500bc: The Egyptians invent docks for ships.
Oldest: 793 end
A46
792: KingAEthelred I of Northumbria marries PrincessAElfflaed, daughter of King Offa of Mercia,
at Catterick. Unrest in Northumbria tempts the exiled king Osred II back to his kingdom from the
Isle of Man. His supporters desert him, and Osred II is killed by AEthelred's men at Aynburg. He
is buried at Tynemouth Priory.
Unknown-Husband
?-?
827 Alpais De-Paris Carolingian
793-852
Youngest: 793
Oldest: 809 end
A45
809: Emperor Heizei becomes ill, and abdicates the throne in favor of his brother Saga, who is installed
as the 52nd emperor of Japan.
Unknown-Husband
?-?
827 Suzanne Angouleme Of-Paris
809-860
Youngest: 809
Oldest: 830 end
A44
830: King Wiglaf of Mercia regains control from Wessex, and returns to the throne.
Adalhard Of-Paris
830-890
849 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 830
Oldest: 846
A43
852: A Viking fleet of 350 vessels enters the Thames Estuary before turning north, and engages the
Mercian forces under King Beorhtwulf. The Mercians are defeated, and retreat to their settlements.
The Vikings then turn south and cross the river somewhere in Surrey; there they are slaughtered
by a West Saxon army, led by King AEthelwulf and his son Aethelbald, at Oak Field (Aclea).
Louis-Ii Of-France
846-879
875 Adelaide Of-Paris
852-901
Youngest: 852
Oldest: 879 end
A42
887: East Frankish magnates revolt against the inept emperor Charles III (the Fat) in an assembly
at Frankfurt, and depose him. His nephew Arnulf of Carinthia, the illegitimate son of former king
Carloman of Bavaria, is elected ruler of the East Frankish Kingdom. Charles yields his throne without
a struggle, and retires to Neidingen.
King Charles-Iii Of-France
879-929
903 Frederuna Of-France
887-917
Youngest: 887
Oldest: 905 end
A41
905: Louis III, Holy Roman Emperor, launches another attempt to invade Italy. A Frankish expeditionary
force led by Adalbert I of Ivrea captures Pavia and Berengar I retires to Verona.
Unknown-Husband
?-?
920 Ermentruce Carolingian Lorraine
905-948
Youngest: 905
Oldest: 920 end
A40
921: Treaty of Bonn: King Charles III (the Simple) and Henry I sign a peace treaty or 'pact of friendship'
(amicitia) at a ceremony aboard a ship in the middle of the Rhine, recognising the border between
their two Frankish kingdoms.
Megingoz Von Avalgau
920-?
937 Gerberga Van-Ardennen Von-Lothringen
921-?
Youngest: 921
Oldest: 920
A39
938: Otto I defeats in two campaigns a series of uprisings in Saxony, Franconia and Lotharingia.[1]
He signs a "friendship pact" with King Louis IV ("d'Outremer") of the West Frankish Kingdom.
Heribert-I Von-Kinziggau
920-992
961 Irmtrude Avalgau
938-1013
Youngest: 938
Oldest: 965 end
A38
965: The Khazar fortress city of Sarkel, located on the Lower Don River, is captured by Kievan Rus'
under Grand Prince Sviatoslav I. The city is renamed Belaya Vezha (White Fortress) and settled by
Slavs.
Fredrich-I Of-Cleves
965-1019
1008 Irmentrude Von-Gleiberg
965-1019
Youngest: 965
Oldest: 951 end end
A37
984: The German boy-king Otto III (4-years old) is seized by the deposed Henry II (the Wrangler),
duke of Bavaria, who has recovered his duchy and claims the regency as a member of the Ottonian
Dynasty. But Henry is forced to hand over Otto to his mother, Empress consort Theophanu.
Sir-Arnulf Holland-Ii
951-1006
980 Lady-Luilgard Luxembourg
965-1005
Baudouin Flandre
980-1035
1003 Ogive Luxembourg
984-1030
Youngest: 984
Oldest: 975 end
A36
1014: Apr 23 King Brian Boru of Ireland defeats Viking forces at Battle of Clontarf, freeing Ireland
from foreign control
Adalbert Ghent
1004-?
1021 Ermengarde Flandre
1005-1032
Hughes-I DeMontfort-sur-Risle
975-1040
1013 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 1005
Oldest: 1000 end
A35
1025: Mieszko-Ii, son of Boloslaw-I is crowned as king of Poland by Archbishop Hippolytus in the
Gniezno Cathedral.
Ranulf DeVains
1000-1061
1027 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Lord-Ralph Of-Ghent
1022-1058
1039 Lady-Gisele-Aast Of-Luxembourg
1011-1058
Hugh-Ii DeMontfort-sur-Risle
1020-1088
1041 Alice Beauflou
1014-1108
Youngest: 1022
Oldest: 1030 end
A34
1053: At the battle of Civitate, 3,000 Norman horsemen of Humphrey of Hauteville, Count of Apulia
and Calbria rout the combined troops of Pope Leo-Ix.
Richard Fitzranulph
1030-1061
1051 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Giselbert DeGant
1040-1095
1073 Alix DeMontfort-sur-Risle
1050-1091
Youngest: 1050
Oldest: 1056 end
A33
1080: Battle on the Elster[2] between the armies of the two rival brothers-in-law kings of the
German states, Henry IV, King of the Romans and Rudolf of Rheinfelden meeting at the White Elster
river in the Great Saxon Revolt civil war of the Holy Roman Empire. Rudolf is the victor but dies
the following day at Merseburg of wounds received.
John Fitzrichard
1056-1138
1077 Unknown-Wife
?-?
William Fitznigel DeHalton
1058-1134
1093 Alice Gant
1076-?
Youngest: 1076
Oldest: 1080 end
A32
1194: 100,000 pound ransom is paid for Richard-I King of England (the Lionheart)
Eustace Fitzjohn
1080-1157
1109 Agnes Fitznigel
1095-1166
Unknown-Husband
?-?
1123 Aubrey DeLisours
1097-1166
Youngest: 1097
Oldest: 1110
A31
1120: Jan 16 The Council of Nablus is held, establishing the earliest surviving written laws of
the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem
Richard Fitzeustace
1110-1163
1141 Aubrey DeLisours Clavering
1128-1200
Youngest: 1128
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1914: W H Carrier patents the air conditioner

The Fitzeutace/Clavering Family


MapFileName: A46-31RichardAubrey
Number of Couples: 23