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Oldest: 630 end end
A49
632: Jun 16 The Persian Yezdegird Era begins
Warato DeNeustrie
630-?
655 Ansfledis DeNeustrie
630-688
Youngest: 630
Oldest: 604 end end
A48
600: Feb 16 Pope Gregory the Great decrees saying "God bless You" is the correct response to a sneeze
Robert-Iii DeWormsgau
604-694
655 Reginotrude DeFrance
623-693
Berthechar DeNeustrie
650-?
674 Anstrudis DeNeustrie
660-?
Youngest: 660
Oldest: 660 end
A47
675: Theuderic III retakes the throne of his elder brother Childeric II. He inherits the Frankish
kingdoms of Neustria and Burgundy.
Roger DuMaine
660-724
685 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Drogo DeChampagne
675-708
697 Adaltrude DeNeustrie
675-?
Youngest: 675
Oldest: 690 end end
A46
708: Arab-Byzantine War: The Umayyads under Maslamah ibn Abd al-Malik capture and sack the Byzantine
city of Tyana (Cappadocia) after a prolonged siege, and following a victory over a Byzantine relief
army. Maslamah also leads another expedition in the summer, and defeats a Byzantine force near Amorium
(modern Turkey).\
Herve DuMaine
690-748
708 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Godefroy DeChampagne
700-?
731 Poponnia DeBourges
708-?
Youngest: 708
Oldest: 710 end end
A45
735: During the Tang Dynasty in China, by this year there is 149,685,400 kg (165,000 short tons)
of grain shipped annually along the Grand Canal
Gozlin DuMaine
710-771
735 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Cunibert DeBourges
725-778
753 Pomponia DeChampagne
735-?
Youngest: 735
Oldest: 740
A44
755: Teodato Ipato is deposed and blinded, after a 13-year reign. He is succeeded by Galla Gaulo,
who usurps the ducal throne of Venice.
Gozlin DuMaine
740-775
767 Adaltrudis DuMaine
755-839
Youngest: 755
Oldest: 770
A43
775: Andalusian merchants set up an emporium (trade settlement) on the Maghreb coast at Tenes (modern
Algeria). It is early evidence of the revival of the maritime trade in the Western Mediterranean,
after the chaos of the early 8th century.
Rorgon du-Maine
770-839
803 Rotrude DeHerstal Carolingian
775-810
Youngest: 775
Oldest: 794 end
A42
808: Exiled king Eardwulf of Northumbria is able to return to his kingdom, with the support of Charlemagne
and Pope Leo III. He ousts the usurper, King AElfwald-II.
Hughes-Iii DeBourges
802-853
827 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Roricon du-Maine Comte-D'angouleme
808-858
827 Bilichilde DeFrance
794-836
Youngest: 808
Oldest: 832 end end
A41
833: Lothair-I, eldest son of Emperor Louis the Pious, joins the rebellion of his brothers Pepin
I and Louis the German, with the assistance of Archbishop Ebbo. Louis is forced to abdicate, on
the plains of Rothfield (near Colmar).
Stephen DeBourges
832-864
857 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Roricon du-Maine Comte-D'angouleme
833-865
857 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Youngest: 833
Oldest: 860 end end
A40
873: Carloman, son of King Charles the Bald, is hailed before a secular court and condemned to death
for plotting against his father. He is blinded, but avoids imprisonment by escaping to the East
Frankish Kingdom, where his uncle, Louis the German, gives him protection.
Roger Magnus DeMontgomery
873-?
899 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Hughes Eticonides DeBourge
862-892
889 Rothilde DeFrance
871-928
Godehilde DeFrance
865-?
889 Comte-Gozlin Du-Maine-Iii
860-913
Youngest: 873
Oldest: 891 end end end
A39
906: Battle of Fritzlar: The Conradines defeat the Babenberg counts, to establish themselves as
dukes of Franconia (modern-day Bavaria). Count Conrad the Elder is killed in the battle, his son
Conrad the Younger becomes duke of Franconia.
Roger DeMontgomery
906-?
929 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Fulcuin Seigneur-DeBelleme-DeCruel
900-940
919 Geile DeCreil
900-?
Hughes Ist-Comte-du-Maine
891-950
931 Bilihildis du-Maine
892-952
Youngest: 906
Oldest: 922 end end end end
A38
945: Hugh of Provence abdicates the throne in favor of his son Lothair II (who has been co-ruler
since 931) and is acclaimed as sole king of Lombardia. Hugh is allowed to retire in Pavia.
Guillaume Comte-D'hiemois DeMontgomery
930-?
961 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Gohehilde DeVermandois
932-?
960 Yves Seigneur-DeDumfront DeBelleme
922-997
Arnulf DeConde DeGanelon
945-?
965 Unknown-Wife
?-?
Yves D'alencon
?-?
963 Godehilde DuMaine
924-1005
Raoul-I Vicomte-De-Mans DeBeaumont
935-975
965 Guinor DeBeaumont-Maine
940-975
Youngest: 945
Oldest: 965
A37
970: Emperor John I delegates the war in the Balkans to his brother-in-law, the Domestic of the
Schools Bardas Skleros, and to the eunuch general Peter Phokas who begin to gather an Byzantine
army in Thrace. At the news of this, a powerful Kievan expeditionary force (30,000 men), along with
many Bulgarians and a Pecheneg contingent, is sent south over the Balkan Mountains. After sacking
the Bulgarian stronghold of Philippolis (modern-day Plovdiv), they bypass the heavily defended city
of Adrianople and turn towards Constantinople.
Hughes Comte-D'hiemois DeMontgomery
965-1034
984 Sainffrie DeCrepon
970-1002
Sire-D'Alencon Guillaume DeBelleme
965-1028
985 Mathilde DeConde Ganelon
968-1024
Godehilde BellEme
965-?
987 Raoul-Ii Vicomte-Du-Mans DeBeaumont
967-1013
Youngest: 970
Oldest: 985
A36
988: The city of Dublin is founded on the banks of the river Liffey.
Roger ou-Hughes De-Montgomery
985-1068
1015 Josceline Torfulus DePont-audemer
989-1050
Seigneur-Guillaume-Ii DeBelleme
995-1052
1023 Hildeburge DeBeaumont
1005-1067
Youngest: 1005
Oldest: 1022
A35
1028: Before Emperor Constantine dies, he arranges to pass power to his oldest daughter Porphyrogenita
who marries the Byzantine noble Romanos-Iii.
Roger-Ii DeMontgomerie
1022-1094
1040 Mabel DeAlencon-belleme
1026-1079
Youngest: 1026
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965: In the Song Dynasty, fireworks first appear.

The DeMontgomerie/DeBelleme Family


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Number of Couples: 32