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Ingegerd (Irene) Unknown1,2

F, #18801, Deceased, b. 1001, d. 10 February 1049

Parents

Family

Family: Yaroslav I Unknown (b. about 978, d. 20 February 1054)

Main Events

  • Name: Ingegerd (Irene) Unknown was also known as Ingegerd (Irene) Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5215.
  • Birth: She was born in 1001.3,1
  • Residence: She resided Ingegerd Olofsdotter (1001 – 10 February 1049) was the daughter of Swedish King Olof Skötkonung and Estrid of the Obotrites. She was born in Sigtuna, Sweden, and was engaged to be married to Norwegian King Olaf II, but when Sweden and Norway got into a feud, Swedish King Olof Skötkonung wouldn't allow for the marriage to happen.

    Instead, Ingegard's father quickly arranged for a marriage to the powerful Yaroslav I the Wise of Novgorod. Once in Russia, her name was changed to the Greek Irene. According to several sagas, she was given as a marriage gift Ladoga and adjacent lands, which later received the name Ingria (arguably a corruption of Ingegerd's name). She set her friend jarl Ragnvald Ulfsson to rule in her stead.

    Ingegard initiated the building of the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev that was supervised by her husband, who styled himself czar. They had six sons and four daughters, the latter of whom became Queens of France, Hungary, Norway, and (arguably) England. The whole family is depicted in one of the frescoes of the Saint Sophia. Upon her death, Ingegard was buried in the same cathedral.

    Ingegerd-Irene is sometimes confused with Yaroslav's first wife, whose name was Anna and who was later declared a local saint in Novgorod because of her initiative to build the local version of the Saint Sophia. Her remains were exhumed in the 1930s and examined by Soviet scientists who determined that they belonged to a young woman rather than to Ingigerd, who died at the age of fifty or so.1
  • Marriage: Ingegerd (Irene) Unknown and Yaroslav I Unknown were married in 1019.2,1
  • Death: She died on 10 February 1049, at age ~48.3,1
  • Burial: Ingegerd (Irene)'s remains were buried in Saint Sophia Cathedral, Kiev.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5542] Genealogy of the Kings of France and their Wives, Organisation: Claude Wenzler
  3. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Emilienne Unknown1

F, #18802, Deceased

Family

Family: Ebalus Manzer (b. about 870, d. 935)

Main Events

  • Name: Emilienne Unknown was also known as Emilienne Manzer.1
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5216.
  • Marriage: Emilienne Unknown and Ebalus Manzer were married about 892.2,1
  • Death: She died Y Y.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Robert de Beaumont1,2

M, #18803, Deceased, b. 1049, d. 5 June 1118

Parents

Family

Family: Elizabeth de Vermandois (b. about 1085, d. 13 February 1131)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Robert de Beaumont had reference number 5218.
  • Birth: He was born in 1049.2,1
  • Residence: He resided Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester and Count of Meulan (1049–June 5, 1118) was a powerful English and French nobleman, revered as one of the wisest men of his age. Chroniclers speak highly of his eloquence, his learning, and three kings of England valued his counsel.

    He accompanied William the Conqueror to England in 1066, where his service earned him more than 91 lordships and manors. When his mother died in 1081, Robert inherited the title of Count of Meulan in Normandy, also the title of Viscount Ivry and Lord of Norton. He did homage to Philip I of France for these estates and sat as French Peer in the Parliament held at Poissy.

    At the Battle of Hastings Robert was appointed leader of the infantry on the right wing of the army.

    He and his brother Henry were members of the Royal hunting party in the New Forest, when William Rufus received his mysterious death wound, 2 August 1100. He then pledged alligience to William Rufus' brother, Henry I of England, who created him Earl of Leicester in 1107.

    On the death of William Rufus, William, Count of Evreux and Ralph de Conches made an incursion into Robert's Norman estates, on the pretence that they had suffered injury through some advice that Robert had given to the King; their raid was very successful for they collected a vast booty.

    According to Henry of Huntingdon, Robert died of shame after 'a certain earl carried off the lady he had espoused, either by some intrigue or by force and stratagem.' His wife Isabella remarried in 1118 to William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey.

    He was the eldest son of Roger de Beaumont and Adeline of Meulan, daughter of Waleran III, Count de Meulan, and an older brother of Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Warwick.

    In 1096 he married (Isabel) Elizabeth de Vermandois, daughter of Hugh Magnus and a scion of the French royal family. Their children were:
    * Emma de Beaumont (born 1102)
    * Robert de Beaumont, 2nd Earl of Leicester (born 1104)
    * Waleran IV de Beaumont, Count of Meulan (born 1104)
    * Hugh de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Bedford (born c. 1106)
    * Adeline de Beaumont, married two times:
    * Hugh IV of Montfort-sur-Risle;
    * Richard de Granville of Bideford (d. 1147)
    * Aubree de Beaumont, married Hugh II of Château-neuf-Thimerais.
    * Maud de Beaumont, married William Lovel. (b. c. 1102)
    * Isabel de Beaumont, a mistress of King Henry I of England. Married two times: first to Gilbert de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke and then to Hervé de Montmorency, Constable of Ireland.1
  • Marriage: Robert de Beaumont and Elizabeth de Vermandois were married in 1096.2,1
  • Death: He died on 5 June 1118, at age ~69.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Ingelger Unknown1,2

M, #18805, Deceased, b. about 849

Family

Family: Adelais Unknown

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Ingelger Unknown had reference number 5220.
  • Birth: He was born about 849.1
  • Residence: He resided Ingelger (Ingelgerius) was a viscount who held territory around Orléans and Angers at the end of the 9th century. He is the son of Tertullus. His son Fulk became the first count of Anjou. After Robert the Strong, he directed the resistance to the Norman invasions on the Loire. Through his descendant Geoffrey Plantagenet, father of Henry II of England, he is an ancestor to the present-day British royal family, including Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and her son, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales.1
  • Death: He died Y Y.1
  • Marriage: Ingelger Unknown and Adelais Unknown were married.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Roscilla Unknown1,2

F, #18806, Deceased, d. after 929

Parents

Family

Family: Fulk I The Red Unknown (d. after 13 August 941)

Main Events

  • Name: Roscilla Unknown was also known as Roscilla Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5221.
  • Death: She died after 929.2,1
  • Marriage: Roscilla Unknown and Fulk I The Red Unknown were married.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Tescenda Unknown1,2

F, #18807, Deceased

Family

Family: Warnhar Unknown

Main Events

  • Name: Tescenda Unknown was also known as Tescenda Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5222.
  • Death: She died Y Y.1
  • Marriage: Tescenda Unknown and Warnhar Unknown were married.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Hugh Magnus Unknown1,2

M, #18810, Deceased, b. 1007, d. 1026

Parents

Family

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Hugh Magnus Unknown had reference number 5229.
  • Birth: He was born in 1007.2,1
  • Residence: He resided Hugh (II) Magnus of France (French: Hugues le Grand) (1007 – 17 September 1025) was co-King of France under his father, Robert II, from 1017 until his death in 1025. He was a member of the House of Capet, a son of Robert II by his third wife, Constance of Arles.

    The first Capetian King of France, Hugh Capet, had ensured his family's succession to the throne by having his son, Robert II, crowned and accepted as King during his own lifetime; father and son had ruled together as King thenceforth until Hugh Capet's death. Robert II, when his son was old enough, determined to do the same. Hugh Magnus was thus crowned King of France on 19 June 1017, and thenceforth ruled beside his father. However, when older, he rebelled against Robert.

    Hugh is said to have been married (or betrothed) before his death to Halwisa (Hawisa?) or Elisabeth d'Avoye (the daughter of Henri l'Oiseteur), who later married Hamon Dapifer Crevecouer, Count of Corbeil.

    Hugh died, perhaps of a fall from his horse, at Compiègne in 1025/1026 while preparing a rebellion against his father, aged around 18 years old.1
  • Death: He died in 1026, at age ~19.2,1
  • Marriage: Hugh Magnus Unknown and Hawisa Unknown were married.3,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5542] Genealogy of the Kings of France and their Wives, Organisation: Claude Wenzler
  3. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Louis III The Blind Unknown1,2

M, #18811, Deceased, b. about 880, d. 28 June 928

Parents

Families

Family 1:

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Louis III The Blind Unknown had reference number 5231.
  • Birth: He was born about 880.2,1
  • Residence: He resided Louis the Blind (c.880 – 28 June 928) was the king of Provence from 887, king of Italy from 900, and briefly Holy Roman Emperor, as Louis III, between 901 and 905. He was the son of Boso, the usurper king of Provence, and Irmingard, a daughter of the Emperor Louis II. Through his father, he was a Bosonid, but through his mother, a Carolingian.

    He succeeded his father upon his death in January 887, though at that time, the kingdom of Provence was restricted to the environs of Vienne. The Provençal barons elected Irmingard to act as his regent, with the support of Louis's uncle, Richard the Justiciar, Duke of Burgundy. In May, Irmingard travelled with Louis to the court of her relative, the emperor Charles the Fat, and received his recognition of the young Louis as king. Charles adopted Louis as his son and put both mother and son under his protection. In May 889, she travelled to Charles' successor, Arnulf, to make submission anew. In 890, at Valence, a council of prelates and feudatories of the realm, elected Louis as King of Arles, Provence, and Cisjurane Burgundy. In 894, Louis himself did homage to Arnulf.

    In 896, Louis waged war on the Saracens. Throughout his reign, he had to deal with the depredations of these Moslem invaders, who had landed and established a base at Fraxinet in 889.

    In 900, Louis, as the grandson and heir of the Emperor Louis II, was invited into Italy by various lords, including Adalbert II of Tuscany, who were suffering under the ravages of the Magyars and the incompetent rule of Berengar I. Louis thus marched his army across the Alps and defeated Berengar, chasing him from Pavia, the old Lombard capital, where he was crowned with the Iron Crown of Lombardy on 12 October. He travelled onwards to Rome, where, in 901, he was crowned Emperor by Pope Benedict IV. The next year, however, Berengar defeated Louis's armies and forced him to flee to Provence and promise never to return.

    In 905, Louis launched another attempt to invade Italy. He was again defeated by Berengar, with the aid of Bavarian troops, captured, and imprisoned in Verona, where, on 21 July, he had his eyes put out (for breaking his oath) and was forced to relinquish his royal Italian and imperial crowns. Later, Berengar became Emperor. After this last attempt to restore Carolingian power over Italy, Louis continued to rule Provence for many more years, though Hugh, Count of Arles, was the dominant figure in the territory.

    Louis returned to Vienne, his capital, and by 911, he had put most of the royal powers in the hands of Hugh. Hugh was made Margrave of Provence and moved the capital to Arles. As regent, Hugh married Louis's sister Willa. Louis lived out his days until his death in obscurity.

    His first wife (married 905) is said to have been Anna of Constantinople (or Macedonia), daughter of Leo VI the Wise and his second wife Zoe Zaoutzaina. However, this claim has often been disputed. Their son Charles-Constantine was the count of Vienne, and his descendants held the county of Provence. In 914, Louis remarried to Adelaide, daughter of Rudolph I of Upper Burgundy.1
  • Death: He died on 28 June 928.2,1
  • Marriage: Louis III The Blind Unknown and Adelaide Unknown were married in 1914.2,1
  • Marriage: Louis III The Blind Unknown was married Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with Unknown GEDCOM info: Partner Unknown GEDCOM info: had a child with.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Bivin Unknown1,2

M, #18812, Deceased, b. 810, d. 863

Family

Family: Richildis Unknown

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Bivin Unknown had reference number 5232.
  • Birth: He was born in 810.2,1
  • Residence: He resided Bivin of Gorze (810 –863) was a Frank from the Bosonid family. He was married to a daughter of Boso the Elder, who may have been called Richildis. During his life he functioned as lay abbot of the Gorze Abbey. His offspring includes Richildis, who married king Charles the Bald; Richard the Justiciar, Duke of Burgundy; Boso, king of the Provence; and possibly Bivin, count of Metz.1
  • Death: He died in 863, at age ~53.2,1
  • Marriage: Bivin Unknown and Richildis Unknown were married.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Boso Unknown1,2

M, #18813, Deceased, b. 879, d. 887

Parents

Family

Family: Ermengard Unknown (b. about 853, d. before June 896)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Boso Unknown had reference number 5233.
  • Marriage: Boso Unknown and Ermengard Unknown were married in 876.2,1
  • Birth: He was born in 879.2,1
  • Residence: He resided Boso was a Frankish nobleman, related to the Carolingian dynasty, who rose to become King of Provence (879 – 887).

    Boso was the son of Biwin, a count in Lotharingia. His aunt Theutberga was the wife of king Lothair II of Lotharingia. Boso was also a nephew of the Italian count Boso, for whom he was named, and of Hucbert, lay abbot of St. Maurice d’Agaune, to which he succeeded as lay abbot in 869.

    In 870, Charles the Bald, King of West Francia, married Boso's sister Richilde. This marriage paved the way for Boso's career in the service of his royal brother-in-law. In the same year, Boso was appointed Count of Lyon and Vienne, replacing Gerard of Rousillon. In 872, Charles appointed him chamberlain and magister ostiariorum (master of porters) to his heir Louis the Stammerer. Boso likewise received investiture as Count of Bourges. Louis was reigning as a subordinate king of Aquitaine, but because of his youth, it was Boso who looked after the administration of that realm.

    In the autumn of 875, Boso accompanied Charles on his first Italian campaign and at the diet of Pavia in February 876 he was appointed arch-minister and missus dominicus for Italy and elevated to the rank of duke. He was probably also charged with the administration of Provence. He acted as a viceroy and increased his prestige even more by marrying Ermengard, the only daughter of the Emperor Louis II.

    However, he disapproved of Charles' second Italian campaign in 877 and conspired with other like-minded nobles against his king. After Charles's death in October, these nobles forced Charles's son to confirm their rights and privileges.

    Boso also formed close relations to the Papacy and accompanied Pope John VIII in September 878 to Troyes , where the Pope asked King Louis for his support in Italy. The Pope adopted Boso as his son and probably offered to crown Louis emperor. It is said that he wanted to crown Boso emperor.

    In April 879, Louis died, leaving behind two adult sons, Louis and Carloman. Boso joined with other western Frankish nobles and advocated making Louis III of France the sole heir of the western kingdom, but eventually both brothers were elected kings. Boso, however, renounced allegiance to both brothers and in July claimed independence by using the style Dei gratia id quod sum: by the Grace of God, that is what I am. He also claimed that his imperial father-in-law had named him as his heir. On 15 October 879, the bishops and nobles of the region around the rivers Rhône and Saône assembled in the Synod of Mantaille elected Boso king as successor to Louis the Stammerer. This event marks the first occurrence of a 'free election' among the Franks, without regard to royal descent, inspired by a canonical principle (but not constant practice) of ecclesiastical elections. Boso's realm, usually called the Kingdom of Provence, comprised the ecclesiastical provinces of the archbishops of Arles, Aix, Vienne, Lyon (without Langres), and probably Besançon, as well as the dioceses of Tarentaise, Uzès, and Viviers.

    After Louis and Carloman had divided their father's realm at Amiens in March 880, the two brothers joined to march against Boso. They took Mâcon and the northern parts of Boso's realm. Then uniting their forces with those of Charles the Fat, they unsuccessfully besieged Vienne from August to November. In August 882, Boso was again besieged at Vienne by his relative, Richard, Count of Autun, who took the city in September. After this, Boso could not regain most of his realm and was restricted to the vicinity of Vienne.

    He died in 887 and was succeeded by his son Louis the Blind.

    Through his marriage to Ermengard, he also had two daughters: Ermengard (c.877-917), who married Manasses, Count of Chalon, and Ethelberga, who married one Carloman and then William the Pious, Count of Auvergne.1
  • Death: He died in 887, at age ~8.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Ermengard Unknown1

F, #18814, Deceased, b. about 853, d. before June 896

Parents

Family

Family: Boso Unknown (b. 879, d. 887)

Main Events

  • Name: Ermengard Unknown was also known as Ermengard Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5234.
  • Birth: She was born about 853.1
  • Residence: She resided Ermengard (also Ermengarda, Ermengarde, or Irmingard) was the only daughter of Louis II, Holy Roman Emperor. In 876, she married Boso V, Count of Vienne, who declared himself King of Provence in 879.

    In May 878, she and her husband sheltered Pope John VIII, who was taking refuge from the Saracens, in Arles. After her husband's coup d'état in October 879, she helped defend his cities from her Carolingian relatives. In 880, she successfully defended Vienne itself, the capital, from the combined forces of Charles the Fat and the kings of France, Louis III and Carloman. In August 881, the newly-crowned Emperor Charles the Fat pillaged and burned Vienne, forcing Ermengard and her children to take refuge in Autun with her brother-in-law Richard, Duke of Burgundy. Meanwhile, Boso fled into Provence.

    On Boso's death in January 887, the Provençal barons elected Ermengard to act as his regent, with the support of Richard. In May, Ermengard travelled with her son Louis to the court of Charles the Fat, and received his recognition of the young Louis as king. Charles adopted Louis as his son and put both mother and son under his protection. In May 889, she travelled to Charles' successor, Arnulf, to make submission anew.

    Through her marriage to Boso, Ermengard also had two daughters: Ermengard (c.877-917), who married Manasses, Count of Chalon, and Ethelberga, who married one Carloman and then William the Pious , Count of Auvergne.1
  • Death: She died before June 896.1
  • Marriage: Ermengard Unknown and Boso Unknown were married in 876.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Charles Constantine Unknown1,2

M, #18815, Deceased, b. about 901, d. 962

Parents

Family

Family: Thiberge Unknown (d. after 960)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Charles Constantine Unknown had reference number 5235.
  • Birth: He was born about 901.1
  • Residence: He resided Charles-Constantine (d.962) was the count of Vienne, son of Louis the Blind, king of Provence and Holy Roman Emperor. He was a sixth generation descendant of Charlemagne.

    Some scholars allege that his mother was Anna of Constantinople, daughter of Leo VI the Wise and his second wife Zoe Zaoutzaina. However Louis's marriage to this princess is much disputed and is rather unlikely. Christian Settipani postulates that his name refers to the founders of the empires governed by his father and maternal grandfather, i.e., to Charlemagne and Constantine the Great.

    When Louis died in 929, Hugh of Arles, who was already king of Italy, took over Provence and gave it, in 933, to King Rudolf II of Burgundy. Charles-Constantine relinquished his claim to the throne without much argument and this has led many to believe he was, in fact, a bastard. He was compensated with the county of the Viennois , which he ruled until his death in 962.

    He was married to Thiberge de Troyes. Their daughter Constance of Vienne was wife to Boso II of Provence and ancestor of the Counts of Provence.1
  • Death: He died in 962.2,1
  • Marriage: Charles Constantine Unknown and Thiberge Unknown were married.2,1
  • Birth Reg: He; Thiberge Unknown; 3rd cousins1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Constance Unknown1,2

F, #18816, Deceased

Parents

Family

Family: Boso II Unknown (d. about 966)

Main Events

  • Name: Constance Unknown was also known as Constance Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5236.
  • Death: She died Y Y.1
  • Marriage: Constance Unknown and Boso II Unknown were married.2,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Boso II Unknown1,2

M, #18817, Deceased, d. about 966

Families

Family 1: Constance Unknown

Family 2: Willa Unknown

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Boso II Unknown had reference number 5237.
  • Death: He died about 966.1
  • Marriage: Boso II Unknown and Constance Unknown were married.2,1
  • Marriage: Boso II Unknown and Willa Unknown were married.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Thiberge Unknown1,2

F, #18818, Deceased, d. after 960

Family

Family: Charles Constantine Unknown (b. about 901, d. 962)

Main Events

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Bertrade Unknown1,2,3

F, #18819, Deceased

Parents

Family

Family: Amaury II de Montfort l'Amaury (b. about 1000, d. 1031)

Main Events

  • Name: Bertrade Unknown was also known as Bertrade de Montfort l'Amaury.1
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5243.
  • Death: She died Y Y.1
  • Marriage: Bertrade Unknown and Amaury II de Montfort l'Amaury were married.2,3,1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie
  3. [S5550] Bostock Family History

Biography

Richard Unknown1,2

M, #18820, Deceased, b. 1037, d. 13 December 1067

Parents

Family

Family: Godehilde Unknown (d. after 1055)

Main Events

  • Reference Number: Richard Unknown had reference number 5244.
  • Birth: He was born in 1037.1
  • Death: He died on 13 December 1067, at age ~30.2,1
  • Marriage: Richard Unknown and Godehilde Unknown were married.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

Harleve Unknown1,2

F, #18821, Deceased

Family

Family: Robert Unknown (d. 1037)

Main Events

  • Name: Harleve Unknown was also known as Harleve Unknown.
  • Reference Number: She had reference number 5246.
  • Death: She died Y Y.1
  • Marriage: Harleve Unknown and Robert Unknown were married.2,1

Census

Census 1901Harleve Unknown Id #18,821 (Daughter) was at home on Census night 1901 at Tollemarsh Street, Chester.

Also in the household that night were Alfred Snelson (Head of Household), Catherine Hannah ("Kate") Snelson (Daughter), Samuel Robert Snelson (Son), Alfred Snelson (Son), William Snelson (Son), George Snelson (Son), and Edward "Ted" Snelson (Son)

For search purposes, their Id numbers are respectively as follows :- Id #1,663, 17,604, 1,665, 17,602, 17,603, 18,220, and 15,777

Original Documents, Source and Citations here

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5541] Ancestors of Henry II, Organisation: Stewart Baldwin & Todd Farmerie

Biography

William X Unknown1,2

M, #18822, Deceased, b. 1099, d. 1137

Parents

Family

Family:

Main Events

  • Reference Number: William X Unknown had reference number 5247.
  • Birth: He was born in 1099.1
  • Marriage: William X Unknown was married in 1121.1
  • Death: He died in 1137, at age ~38.1

Citations

  1. [S5540] According to Otto Hirzell, Organisation: Otto Hirzel
  2. [S5542] Genealogy of the Kings of France and their Wives, Organisation: Claude Wenzler

Biography