David William Weaver Ancestry Family Tree

Genealogy of David William Weaver




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205719966646272. Uata Macaodha King Of CONNAUGHT-[28436],2,7,8,9,43 son of Aed Abrad King Of CONNAUGHT -[28437], died in 602.

Uata married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102859983323136       i.   Ragallach King Of CONNACHT -[59304] (died in 649)


205719966646274. Mael Duin Macsuibne O'NEILL-[59306],2,7,8,9,43 son of Suibne Macaed O'NEILL -[59307].

Mael married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102859983323137       i.   Muireann Ingen Mael Duin O'NEILL -[59305]


205720247869444. Cech\Czechus Duke Of BOHEMIA-[27933] 2,7,8,9,43 was born about 642 and died.

Cech\Czechus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102860123934722       i.   Krok Duke Of BOHEMIA -[27768] (born about 667 in Praha, Czechoslovakia)


205729236652034. Bera II Comte DE RAZES-[48641],2,7,8,9,43 son of Bera I Seigneur DE RAZES -[40480], was born in 630.

Bera married Gisilica Princess Of The VISIGOTHS -[48651] [MRIN:29574] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102864618326017       i.   Giselle DE RAZES -[48632] (born in 655 - died in 676)


205729236652035. Gisilica Princess Of The VISIGOTHS-[48651],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Fulka King Of The VISIGOTHS -[48652], was born in 637.

Gisilica married Bera II Comte DE RAZES -[48641] [MRIN:29574] 2,7,8,9.,43

205730991195136. Chaba (Chola), Prince Of The HUNS-[57276],2,7,8,9,43 son of Ernak, King Of The HUNS -[57277], was born about 470 in Hungary and died after 530 in Scythia Minor after age 59.

Chaba married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102865495597568       i.   Edus (Elus), Chief Of The MAGYAR -[57275] (born about 502 in Scythia Minor - died after 560 in Dentumogeria, Central Asia)


205732095393792. Mundhir III Of AL-HIRA-[35378],2,7,8,9,43 son of Imra'ul Qays III Of AL-HIRA -[35380] and Ma AS-SAMA -[35379], was born in 531 and died.

Mundhir married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102866047696896       i.   Mundhir IV Of AL-HIRA -[35377] (born about 547 - died in 562)


205732095393824. Abd Al-Muttalib Sheba AL-HAMD-[35397],2,7,8,9,43 son of Hashim 'Arm AL-MUJIRA -[35400] and Salma Bani NAJJAR KHAZRAJI -[35398], was born in 526 and died.

Abd married Fatima Salma Bint Amir Ibn MAKHZUM -[35389] [MRIN:21564] in 551 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102866047696912       i.   Abu-Talib -[35372] (born in 522 - died)


205732095393825. Fatima Salma Bint Amir Ibn MAKHZUM-[35389],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Amru Ibn A'IDH -[35392] and Takhmur -[35390], was born in 530 and died.

Fatima married Abd Al-Muttalib Sheba AL-HAMD -[35397] [MRIN:21564] in 551 2,7,8,9.,43

205732095393828. Abd ALLAH-[28783],2,7,8,9,43 son of Abd AL-MUTTALIB -[28785] and FATIMA -[28784], was born in 554 and died about 570 at age 16.

Abd married AMINA -[28782] [MRIN:16221] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102866047696914       i.   Mohammed Ibn ABDULLAH The Prophet -[28781] (born on 25 Mar 570 in Mecca, Arabia - died on 8 Jun 632 in Medina, Arabia)


205732095393829. AMINA -[28782] 2,7,8,9,43 died on an unknown date.

AMINA married Abd ALLAH -[28783] [MRIN:16221] 2,7,8,9.,43

205732095393830. KHUWAILID -[28780],2,7,8,9,43 son of Asad -[35412], died on an unknown date.

KHUWAILID married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102866047696915       i.   Khadijah Bint KHUWAILID -[28779] (born in 574 in Mecca, Arabia - died in Dec 619)


205732095395840. Al-Hussein Ibn ALI Imam Of The Shi'ites-[28776],2,7,8,9,43 son of Ali Ibn ABU-TALIB Caliph Of Iraq -[28777] and Fatima Bint MOHAMMED -[28778], was born about 624 and died in 680 in The Battle Of Karbala at age 56.

General Notes: Following the death of Mu’awiyah, the Umayyad governor of Damascus, hisson Yazid became caliph without holding the usual consultations. Nocaliph had been so succeeded by his son before and with Yazid’sreputation as a reveler, subsequent dissension arose as to who bestsuited the Caliphate. Throughout many cities, notables refused to swearallegiance to Yazid, among them was Al-Hussein the Prophet’s grandson.Many believed that only the Family of the Prophet could overcome thepowerful Mu’awiyah clan, and Al-Hussein, who’s older brother Al-Hassanhad died ten years earlier, was ready to take up the cause. At theinvitation of the Shi’ite Kufans he left al-Medina al-Munawwara andtraveled across the desert with an army of 600 to Kufa (in Iraq) to seekmore supporters. However, and under the orders of Yazid, the governor ofIraq with 4000 soldiers intercepted Al-Hussein and his troops. Besiegedand with their water supply cut-off for eight days, Al-Hussein and hissmall army went into the ill-fated battle at Karbala, resulting in hisdeath.

Al-Hussein married SHARBANU -[28775] [MRIN:16215] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102866047697920       i.   Ali Zayn Al-Abidin Imam In IRAQ -[28774] (born about 653 - died in 713)


205732095395841. SHARBANU -[28775] 2,7,8,9,43 died on an unknown date.

SHARBANU married Al-Hussein Ibn ALI Imam Of The Shi'ites -[28776] [MRIN:16215] 2,7,8,9.,43

205734891063328. Sigar Odinsson NORWAY-[68144],2,7,8,9,72,73,75 son of Odin NORWAY -[68044] and Mrs-Odin NORWAY -[71232], was born about 625 in Of, , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-F3X.

Sigar married Mrs. Sigar Odinsson NORWAY -[71231] [MRIN:40155] about 654 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867445531664       i.   Rer Sigarsson NORWAY -[68901] (born about 655 in Of, , , Norway)


205734891063329. Mrs. Sigar Odinsson NORWAY-[71231] 2,7,8,9,73,75 was born about 630 in Of, , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-F45.

Mrs. married Sigar Odinsson NORWAY -[68144] [MRIN:40155] about 654 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

205734891063336. Egdir Skulasson NORWAY-[67631],2,7,8,9,72,73,75 son of Skuli Lofdasson NORWAY -[71351] and Mrs-Skuli LOFDASSON -[64020], was born about 598 in Of, , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-FBD.

Egdir married Mrs-Egdir SKULASSON -[64045] [MRIN:37608] about 637 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867445531668       i.   Hialmther Egdirsson NORWAY -[71699] (born about 638 in Of, , , Norway)


205734891063337. Mrs-Egdir SKULASSON-[64045] 2,7,8,9,73,75 was born about 602 in Of, , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-FCL.

Mrs-Egdir married Egdir Skulasson NORWAY -[67631] [MRIN:37608] about 637 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

205734891063344. Budli Halfdansson NORWAY-[71846],2,7,8,9,72,73,75 son of Halfdan "The Old" Hringsson NORWAY King In Ringerike -[71886] and Almveigu Eymundsdatter RUSSIA -[71885], was born about 502 in Ringerike, Buskerud, Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JW-VKX.

Budli married Mrs-Budli HALFDANSSON -[63829] [MRIN:37448] about 564 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867445531672       i.   Attip Budlasson NORWAY -[66818] (born about 565 in Ringerike, Buskerud, Norway)


205734891063345. Mrs-Budli HALFDANSSON-[63829] 2,7,8,9,73,75 was born about 520 in Of, Ringerike, , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-D7L.

Mrs-Budli married Budli Halfdansson NORWAY -[71846] [MRIN:37448] about 564 in Of, , , Norway 2,7,8,9.,73

205734891063554. Hilderic VANDALS King Vandals-[68846],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Huneric VANDALS King Vandals -[71401] and Eudoxia "The Younger" ROMAN EMPIRE Queen Vandals -[71742], was born in 460 in Reidgotalandi, Carthage, Africa and died in 530 at age 70.

Hilderic married Amfleda (The Younger) DENMARK Queen Vandals -[68868] [MRIN:40689] <581> in <Reidgotalandi, Carthage, Africa> 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867445531777       i.   Hilda DENMARK Princess Goths -[68958] (born in 582 in Reidgotalandi, Carthage, Africa - died in 648 in , Jutland, Denmark)


205734891063555. Amfleda (The Younger) DENMARK Queen Vandals-[68868],2,7,8,9,72,73 daughter of Thrasamund VANDALS -[72319] and Amfleda(The Older) VANDALS -[67056], was born in 462 in Reidgotalandi, Carthage, Africa.

Amfleda married Hilderic VANDALS King Vandals -[68846] [MRIN:40689] <581> in <Reidgotalandi, Carthage, Africa> 2,7,8,9.,73

205734891064832. Mnáta, Duke Of BOHEMIA-[71256],2,7,8,9,72,73,75 son of Nezamysl, Duke Of BOHEMIA -[63879] and Hruba, Duchess Of BOHEMIA -[71249], was born about 716 in Of, Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia and died in 804 at age 88. Ancestral File Number: 8BG2-BD.

Mnáta, married Strezislava, Duchess Of BOHEMIA -[71257] [MRIN:41691] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867445532416       i.   Vojen, Duke Of BOHEMIA -[71253] (born about 737 in Of, Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia - died in 820)


205734891064833. Strezislava, Duchess Of BOHEMIA-[71257] 2,7,8,9,73,75 was born about 711 in Of, Praha, Praha, Czechoslavakia. Ancestral File Number: 8BG2-CK.

Strezislava, married Mnáta, Duke Of BOHEMIA -[71256] [MRIN:41691] 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905249792. Tegid WALES Prince-[72285],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Gwyar WALES Prince -[72281] and Anna (Margawse) BRITAIN -[72264], was born in , , Deheubarth, South Wales.

Tegid married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452624896       i.   Algyn WALES Prince -[72272] (born in , Deheubarth, South Wales)


205734905249824. Cadwallon Ap CADFAN-[70990],2,7,8,9,72,73,119 son of Cadfan Ap IAGO King -[68202] and Tandreg "Ddu" Verch CYNAN -[68203], was born about 591 in Of, , , Wales and died in 635 at age 44. Ancestral File Number: HPGD-2D.

General Notes: Cadwallon succeeded to the throne of Gwynedd and his career was a stormyone. His first encounter with the English forces was disastrous and hefled to Ireland. He returned to Wales, formed an alliance with a Mercianking and in A.D.633 conquered and killed the English King. In the summerof 634 he again defeated the English--but before the end of that year theEnglish defeated and killed him. The Welsh people hail him as one oftheir greatest defenders against the encroachments of the English.

Cadwallon married Mrs-Cadwallon Ap CADFAN -[70991] [MRIN:41613] <614> in <Gwynedd, , North Wales> 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452624912       i.   Cadwaladr "Fendigaid" Ap CADWALLON Last King -[72885] (born about 615 in Gwynedd, , North Wales - died in 664)


205734905249825. Mrs-Cadwallon Ap CADFAN-[70991],2,7,8,9,73,119 daughter of Pybba -[70994], was born about 594 in Of, , Mercia, England. Ancestral File Number: R7TP-XK.

Mrs-Cadwallon married Cadwallon Ap CADFAN -[70990] [MRIN:41613] <614> in <Gwynedd, , North Wales> 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905264896. Catgocaun -[68632],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Cathem -[68685].

Catgocaun married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452632448       i.   Regin -[68582]


205734905380912. Helgi Olafsson IRELAND-[71628],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 son of Olaf Gudrodsson NORWAY King Of Jutland And Vestfold -[67682] and Mrs-Olaf GUDRODSSON -[70882], was born about 802 in Of, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Ancestral File Number: TNH9-JR.

Helgi married Thora Sigurdsdatter DENMARK -[67543] [MRIN:39849] about 819 in Of, , , Ireland 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452690456       i.   Ingjald "The White" Helgasson Petty King Of IRELAND -[71808] (born about 820 in , Dublin, Dublin, Ireland)


205734905380913. Thora Sigurdsdatter DENMARK-[67543],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 daughter of Sigurd "Snake-Eye" Ragnarsson DENMARK -[67540] and Heluna (Bleja) Princess In ENGLAND -[67541], was born about 806 in Jutland, Jutland, Denmark. Ancestral File Number: G6SL-G8.

Thora married Helgi Olafsson IRELAND -[71628] [MRIN:39849] about 819 in Of, , , Ireland 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905380914. Cearbhall IRELAND King-[72296],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Dunghal IRELAND King -[72297], was born <794> in , , Ossory, Ireland.

Cearbhall married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452690457       i.   Daughter Of Cearbhall IRELAND Princess -[71830] (born in 822 in , Dublin, Dublin, Ireland)


205734905380916. Bjorn "Buna" Grimsson NORWAY-[71776],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 son of Grim Hjaldursson NORWAY Lord -[71766] and Mrs-Grim HJALDURSSON -[71074], was born about 770 in Of, , Sogn Og Fjordane, Norway and died in 820 at age 50. Ancestral File Number: G6SB-BG.

Buna married Velaug Vikingsdatter NORWAY -[71775] [MRIN:41862] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Helgi Bjornsson NORWAY -[71774] was born about 799 in Of, Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JW-58G.

                     ii.   Hrapp Bjornsson NORWAY -[71773] was born about 800 in Of, Romsdal, Telemark, Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JW-59N.

                    iii.   Asbjorn Bjornsson NORWAY -[71772] was born about 808 in Of, Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JW-5BV.

102867452690458      iv.   Ketill "Flatnefur" "Flatnose" Bjornsson NORWAY -[71777] (born about 812 in Of, Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway - died about 880 in , , , Scotland)


205734905380917. Velaug Vikingsdatter NORWAY-[71775],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 daughter of Viking SKAANOYSKJELMER -[68883] and Mrs Viking SKAANOYSKJELMER -[71382], was born in 775 in Sogn Og Fjordane, Norway. Ancestral File Number: G6SB-CM.

Velaug married Bjorn "Buna" Grimsson NORWAY -[71776] [MRIN:41862] 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905380918. Ketill Wether NORWAY Hersir-[71762] 2,7,8,9,72,73,119 was born about 785 in Of, Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway. Ancestral File Number: TNK2-54.

Ketill married Mrs-Ketill WETHER -[71073] [MRIN:41641] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452690459       i.   Ingveld Ketilsdatter NORWAY -[71806] (born about 806 in Of, Romsdal, Telemark, Norway)


205734905380919. Mrs-Ketill WETHER-[71073] 2,7,8,9,73,119 was born about 786 in Of, Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway. Ancestral File Number: TNK2-69.

Mrs-Ketill married Ketill Wether NORWAY Hersir -[71762] [MRIN:41641] 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905380920. Hrolf Solgasson NORWAY-[68607],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 son of Solgi HARALDSSON -[68921] and Mrs-Solgi HARALDSSON -[70937], was born about 762 in , , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: G6QX-77.

Hrolf married Mrs-Hrolf SOLGASSON -[70932] [MRIN:40537] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452690460       i.   Bjarni Hrolfsson NORWAY -[71724] (born about 794 in , Amle, Sogn Og Fjordane, Norway - died about 870)


205734905380921. Mrs-Hrolf SOLGASSON-[70932] 2,7,8,9,73,75,119 was born about 766 in , , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: G6QX-8D.

Mrs-Hrolf married Hrolf Solgasson NORWAY -[68607] [MRIN:40537] 2,7,8,9.,73

205734905380922. Hrolf INGJALDSSON-[70933] 2,7,8,9,73,119 was born about 700 in Of, Dyflinni, , Ireland. Ancestral File Number: G6R0-J1.

Hrolf married Mrs-Hrolf INGJALDSSON -[70934] [MRIN:40673] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867452690461       i.   Hlif Hrolfsdatter NORWAY -[68825] (born in 798 in Amle, Sogn Og Fjordane, Norway)


205734905380923. Mrs-Hrolf INGJALDSSON-[70934] 2,7,8,9,73,119 was born about 774 in Of, , , Norway. Ancestral File Number: 18JW-B23.

Mrs-Hrolf married Hrolf INGJALDSSON -[70933] [MRIN:40673] 2,7,8,9.,73

205734940278784. Eudes AQUITAINE Duke-[71331],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Boggis AQUITAINE Duke -[71667] and Saint Oda -[71700], was born in <Verdun, Austrasia, France> and died in 735.

Eudes married Valtrude VERDUN -[71394] [MRIN:40693] <656> in <Verdun, Austrasia, France> 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867470139392       i.   Hunold AQUITAINE -[68849] (born in <Verdun, Austrasia, France> - died in 774)


205734940278785. Valtrude VERDUN-[71394],2,7,8,9,72,73 daughter of Walchigise (Walechise) VERDUN Count -[67363] and Valtrude VERDUN Countess -[67374], was born <633> in Verdun, Austrasia, France.

Valtrude married Eudes AQUITAINE Duke -[71331] [MRIN:40693] <656> in <Verdun, Austrasia, France> 2,7,8,9.,73

205734940282896. Pedro Cantabria SPAIN Duke-[71708],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Ervigo SPAIN -[67556] and Liubigotona SPAIN -[71679], was born in , , Spain.

Pedro married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867470141448       i.   Fruela Cantabria SPAIN Lord -[71759] (born in , , Spain - died in 760)


205734940286976. Suinthilla -[66833],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Ricared GOTH King Goths -[67039], was born in <, , , Spain> and died in 621.

Suinthilla married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867470143488       i.   Cinthilla -[67557] (died in 640)


205734940426240. Husain ARABIA-[68690],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Al-Hasan ARABIA -[68689], was born in 650 in , , Arabia.

Husain married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867470213120       i.   Zohra ARABIA -[72180] (born in 680 in , , Arabia)


205734944018432. Dongart (Eugene Vi), King Of SCOTLAND-[71057],2,7,8,9,73,119 son of Dongart, King Of SCOTLAND -[71058], was born about 630 in , , , Scotland and died in 692 at age 62. Ancestral File Number: GS4K-5Q.

Dongart married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867472009216       i.   Findon (Eochaid Ii) King Of SCOTLAND -[67124] (born about 674 in Of, , , Scotland - died before 692)


205734945804320. Hildibrand NORWAY-[67045],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Hildi Halfdansson NORWAY -[71787], was born in 550 in , , Norway.

Hildibrand married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867472902160       i.   Herbrand NORWAY -[67054] (born in 600 in , , Norway)


205734954893312. Murchad Of LEINSTER-[71261],2,7,8,9,73,75 son of Bran "Muit" King Of LEINSTER -[71262] and Mrs-Bran "Muit" Queen Of LEINSTER -[71263], was born about 670 in Of, , , Ireland and died in 726 at age 56. Ancestral File Number: HPG4-5S.

Murchad married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

102867477446656       i.   Muireadhach King Of LEINSTER -[71259] (born about 710 in Of, , , Ireland - died in 755)


208357454512128. Fornjotur FINLAND King In Kvenland-[71831] 2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 was born about 160 in , , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6DL.

Fornjotur married Mrs.Fornjotur FINLAND -[71009] [MRIN:41620] 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

104178727256064       i.   Kari Fornjotsson FINLAND King In Kvenland -[71832] (born about 185 in Of, , , Finland)

                     ii.   Logi FORNJOTSSON -[71810] was born in 187 in , , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6G1.

                    iii.   Hlessey FORNJOTSSON -[71809] was born in 189 in , , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6H7.

                     iv.   Hler FORNJOTSSON -[71802] was born in 191 in , , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6JF.


208357454512129. Mrs.Fornjotur FINLAND-[71009] 2,7,8,9,73,75,119 was born about 165 in Of, , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6FS.

Mrs.Fornjotur married Fornjotur FINLAND King In Kvenland -[71831] [MRIN:41620] 2,7,8,9.,73

208357454514320. Valdar "The Mild" DENMARK King-[68729],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Hroar DENMARK King -[68375], was born in , , Denmark.

The married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

104178727257160       i.   Harold "The Old" DENMARK King -[68730] (born <562> in , , Denmark)


208357454516224. Adils "Athils" Ottarsson SWEDEN King In Uppsala-[67699],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 son of Ottar "Vendilkraka" Egilsson King In SWEDEN -[67700] and Mrs-Ottar EGILSSON -[63871], was born about 572 in , , , Sweden. Ancestral File Number: G6T0-2S.

Athils married Aulrunn KIARSDOTTER -[71031] [MRIN:39932] in Of, , , Sweden 2,7,8,9.,73 Aulrunn was born <576> in <, , , Sweden>.

Athils next married Yrsa Helgasdatter DENMARK Wife And Daughter -[68733] [MRIN:39930] about 593 in Of, , , Sweden 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

104178727258112       i.   Eystein Adilsson King In SWEDEN -[67697] (born about 594 in , , , Sweden)


208357454516225. Yrsa Helgasdatter DENMARK Wife And Daughter-[68733],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 daughter of King, Helgi Halfdansson DENMARK -[67702] and Olof "The Mighty" Mrs. Halfdansson DENMARK -[71275], was born about 565 in , , , Denmark. Ancestral File Number: G6T0-30.

Yrsa married Adils "Athils" Ottarsson SWEDEN King In Uppsala -[67699] [MRIN:39930] about 593 in Of, , , Sweden 2,7,8,9.,73

Yrsa next married King, Helgi Halfdansson DENMARK -[67702] [MRIN:39936] about 595 in Roskilde, Roskilde, Denmark 2,7,8,9.,73

The child from this marriage was:

                      i.   Hrolf Kraki DENMARK King -[68376] was born in 596 in Hleithra, , Denmark.


208357455041536. Anabertus MOSELLE-[68760],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Vaubertus MOSELLE -[68761].

Anabertus married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

104178727520768       i.   Richimir -[68758]


208357455044608. Cynric King Of WESSEX-[67042],2,7,8,9,72,73,119 son of Crioda WESSEX Prince -[67041], was born about 525 in Of, , Wessex, England and died in 560 at age 35. Ancestral File Number: G70F-LT.

Cynric married Mrs-Cynric Queen Of WESSEX -[71110] [MRIN:39482] in Of, , Wessex, England 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

104178727522304       i.   Ceawlin, King Of WESSEX -[67043] (born about 547 in Of, , Wessex, England - died about 591)

                     ii.   Cuthwulf, Prince Of WESSEX -[71111] was born about 549 in Of, , Wessex, England and died about 571 at age 22. Ancestral File Number: G70F-PC.

                    iii.   Cutha, Prince Of WESSEX -[71112] was born about 551 in Of, , Wessex, England and died about 584 at age 33. Ancestral File Number: G70F-QJ.

                     iv.   Cwichelm, Prince Of WESSEX -[71113] was born about 553 in Of, , Wessex, England and died about 593 at age 40. Ancestral File Number: G70F-RP.


208357455044609. Mrs-Cynric Queen Of WESSEX-[71110] 2,7,8,9,73,119 was born about 527 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70F-M1.

Mrs-Cynric married Cynric King Of WESSEX -[67042] [MRIN:39482] in Of, , Wessex, England 2,7,8,9.,73

208357455045632. Mar Zutra -[68442],2,7,8,9,72,73 son of Haninai -[68443].

Mar married 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

104178727522816       i.   Huna -[68441]


208357455306752. Pharamond, King Of FRANCE King Franks-[71121],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 son of Marcomir Duke Of The East FRANKS -[71123] and Mrs-Marcomir, Duchess Of The East FRANKS -[71124], was born about 370 in , , Westphalia, Germany and died from 427 to 430 at age 57. Ancestral File Number: 9GBJ-V0.

Pharamond, married Argotta "Mother Of All Kings Of" FRANCE Queen Franks -[71122] [MRIN:39734] in 394 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

104178727653376       i.   Clodius "Long Haired" King Of FRANCE King Of Franks -[71117] (born about 395 in , , Westphalia, Germany - died in 447-449, buried in Cambray, Nord, France)

                     ii.   Adelbertus MOSELLE Duke -[67376] was born in 405 in Westphalia, , Germany and died in 491 at age 86. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-0M.

Pharamond, next married Ymbergide (Imberltrude), Queen Of The FRANKS -[71140] [MRIN:41658] <397> in <, , Westphalia, Germany> 2,7,8,9.,73 Ymbergide was born <374> in <, , Westphalia, Germany>.


208357455306753. Argotta "Mother Of All Kings Of" FRANCE Queen Franks-[71122],2,7,8,9,72,73,75,119 daughter of Genebald, Duke Of The East FRANKS -[71126] and Mrs-Genebald, Duke Of The East FRANKS -[71127], was born about 376 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number: 9GBJ-XB.

Mother married Pharamond, King Of FRANCE King Franks -[71121] [MRIN:39734] in 394 2,7,8,9.,73

208357455306768. Childeric I King Of FRANCE King Of Franks-[67380],2,7,8,9,72,73,119 son of Mérovée King Of FRANCE King Of Franks -[71119] and Vérica Queen Of FRANCE -[71139], was born in 436 in Westphalia, , Germany and died from 26 Nov 481 to 484 at age 45. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-H7.

Childeric married Basina Princess Of THURINGIA Queen Of France & Franks -[67381] [MRIN:39739] in 463-465 in , , , Germany 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Alboflede "Blanchefleur" Princess Of FRANCE -[70952] was born about 467 of Reims, Neustria,was christened of Reims, Neustria,and died before 27 Nov 511 before age 45. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-LQ.

104178727653384      ii.   Clovis I "The Great" King Of FRANCE 1st King Of Franks -[67384] (born about 467 in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France - died on 27 Nov 511 in Church Of Saint, , , France)

                    iii.   Lantraldis (Lanthilde) Princess Of FRANCE -[73308] was born from about 468 to 469 of Reims, Neustria and was christened on 25 Dec 496. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-MW.

                     iv.   Clodius FRANKS Duke -[67382] was born in 473 in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France and died in 494 at age 21. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-P8.

                      v.   Guntran FRANKS Prince -[67383] was born in 475 in Rheims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-QF.

                     vi.   Adelbert FRANKS Prince -[68148] was born in 486 in Westphalia, , Germany and died in 491 at age 5.

                    vii.   Andelfieda (Audeflede) Princess Of FRANCE -[73309] was born of Reims, Neustria and was christened on 25 Dec 496 of Reims, Neustria. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-N3.


208357455306769. Basina Princess Of THURINGIA Queen Of France & Franks-[67381] 2,7,8,9,72,73,119 was born from about 438 to 440 in , Thuringia, Germany and died after 470 after age 31. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-JD.

Basina married Childeric I King Of FRANCE King Of Franks -[67380] [MRIN:39739] in 463-465 in , , , Germany 2,7,8,9.,73

Basina next married Basin, King Of THURINGIA -[70956] [MRIN:39741] <461> in <, Thuringia, Germany> 2,7,8,9.,73 Basin, was born <434> in <, Thuringia, Germany>.


208357455306770. Chilperic King Of BURGUNDY-[71560] 2,7,8,9,72,73,119 was born in 445 in Bourgogne, Marneogne, France. Ancestral File Number: VB3B-X3.

Chilperic married Mrs-Chilperic Of BURGUNDY -[73310] [MRIN:39746] <474> in <Bourgogne, Marneogne, France> 2,7,8,9.,73

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

104178727653385       i.   St Clothilde "The Girl Of The French Vinyards" Queen Of FRANCE Queen Of The Franks -[67386] (born in 475 in Bourgogne, Marneogne, France - died on 3 Jun 548 in , Tours, , France)


208357455306771. Mrs-Chilperic Of BURGUNDY-[73310] 2,7,8,9,73,119 was born in 449 in Of, , Bourgogne, France. Ancestral File Number: VB3B-Z8.

Mrs-Chilperic married Chilperic King Of BURGUNDY -[71560] [MRIN:39746] <474> in <Bourgogne, Marneogne, France> 2,7,8,9.,73

208357625438208. Ottar Egilsson SWEDEN-[61464],2,7,8,9,60 son of Egil Aunsson SWEDEN -[61465], was born in 551 in Sweden. Another name for Ottar was King Vendilkraka.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King In Sweden.

Ottar married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104178812719104       i.   Athils Ottarsson SWEDEN -[61463] (born in 572 in Sweden)


208357625438210. King, Helgi Halfdansson DENMARK-[60928],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Halfdan Frodasson DENMARK I -[60930] and Sigris Of DENMARK -[60929], was born in 528 in Roskilde, Denmak.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Denmark.

Helgi married 2,7,8,9.,60

208358867112960. King, Hoel De BRITTANY III-[61782],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Alain De BRITTANY -[61783], was born about 565 and died in 611 at age 46.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Brittany.

Hoel married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179433556480       i.   King, Judicael De BRITTANY -[61781] (born about 595 - died in 658)


208358869057536. Hartwake SAXONY-[62146],2,7,8,9,60 son of Hengist Jutes SAXONY -[62147], was born about 500.

Hartwake married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179434528768       i.   Hathwigate SAXONY -[62145] (born about 530)


208358876801120. Bishop, Sigimberus Auvergne SALIAN FRANKS I-[60662],2,7,8,9,60 son of Clodion SALIAN FRANKS III -[60663] and Princess, Basina THURINGIA -[61370], was born about 419 in Westphalia, Germany.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Bishop Of Auvergne.

Sigimberus married TONANTIUS -[61372] [MRIN:35319] in Germany 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876801121. TONANTIUS -[61372],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Ferreolus TONANTIUS -[61373] and AVITUS -[61374], was born about 429 in Rome, Italy.

TONANTIUS married Bishop, Sigimberus Auvergne SALIAN FRANKS I -[60662] [MRIN:35319] in Germany 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876807168. Elesa -[61984],2,7,8,9,60 son of Esla -[61985], was born about 439.

Elesa married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438403584       i.   King, Cerdic WESSEX -[61982] (born about 467 - died in 534)


208358876809288. King, Alaric Of The VISIGOTHS II-[62289],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Euric Of The VISIGOTHS I -[62290], was born in 470 and died in 507 at age 37.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 484 and 507, King Of The Visigoths.

Alaric married Princess, Theudigota Of The OSTROGOTHS -[62269] [MRIN:36466] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438404644       i.   King, Amalaric Of The VISIGOTHS -[63590] (born about 500 in Spain - died in 531)


208358876809289. Princess, Theudigota Of The OSTROGOTHS-[62269],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Theodoric Of The OSTROGOTHS -[62272] and Theodora Of The OSTROGOTHS -[62270], was born about 474.

Noted events in her life were:

• Reign: Princess Of The Ostrogoths.

Theudigota married King, Alaric Of The VISIGOTHS II -[62289] [MRIN:36466] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876809290. Clovis Magnus FRANKS I-[61368],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Childeric FRANKS I -[61369] and Princess, Basina THURINGIA -[61370], was born in 466 in Reims, Marne, Loire-Atlantique, France,died on 27 Nov 511 in Church, St. Pierre, Paris, Seine, France,at age 45, and was buried in Abbey, St. Denis, Paris, Seine, France. Another name for Clovis was King The Great I.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 482 and 511, King Of The Franks, King Of Basina.

Clovis married Queen, Saint Clotilde BURGUNDY -[60994] [MRIN:35593] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876809291. Queen, Saint Clotilde BURGUNDY-[60994],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Prince, Chilperic BURGUNDY -[61367] and Caratene Of The SUEVI -[60624], was born in 465 in Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, Alsace, France and died from about 3 Jun 543 to 548 in Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, Alsace, France at age 78.

Saint married Clovis Magnus FRANKS I -[61368] [MRIN:35593] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876809292. King, Hunneric Of The VANDALS-[61731],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Gaiseric Of The VANDALS -[62291] and Princess, Licinia Eudoxia ROMAN EMPIRE -[61734], was born about 430 and died in 484 at age 54.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 477 and 484, King Of The Vandals.

Hunneric married Eudoxia Of ROMAN EMPIRE -[61732] [MRIN:36104] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438404646       i.   Prince, Hoamer Of The VANDALS -[62208] (born about 470 - died about 530)


208358876809293. Eudoxia Of ROMAN EMPIRE-[61732],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Emperor, Flavius Placidius Valentinian ROMAN EMPIRE III -[61733] and Princess, Licinia Eudoxia ROMAN EMPIRE -[61734], was born about 438 and died about 480 at age 42.

Noted events in her life were:

• Reign: (West).

Eudoxia married King, Hunneric Of The VANDALS -[61731] [MRIN:36104] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876811264. Kahana EXILARCH II-[60764],2,7,8,9,60 son of Mar Zutra EXILARCH I -[60765], was born in 400 and died in 465 at age 65.

Kahana married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438405632       i.   Huna EXILARCH VI -[60763] (born in 440 - died in 508)


208358876813312. King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS-[60666],2,7,8,9,60 son of Duke, Marcomir SALIAN FRANKS I -[61378], was born in 380 in Westphalia, Germany and died in 429 at age 49.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: France.

Pharamond married Queen, Argotta FRANKS -[60665] [MRIN:35321] in 394 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813313. Queen, Argotta FRANKS-[60665],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Duke, Genebald FRANKS I -[60684], was born in 390 in France.

Argotta married King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS -[60666] [MRIN:35321] in 394 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813696. Duke, Marcomir SALIAN FRANKS I-[61378],2,7,8,9,60 son of Duke, Clodius SALIAN FRANKS II -[60667], was born in 350 in Germany and died about 404 at age 54.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: East Franks.

Marcomir married in 369 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406848       i.   King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS -[60666] (born in 380 in Westphalia, Germany - died in 429)


208358876813698. Duke, Genebald FRANKS I-[60684] 2,7,8,9,60 was born about 354 in France and died about 419 at age 65.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: East Franks.

Genebald married in 375 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406849       i.   Queen, Argotta FRANKS -[60665] (born in 390 in France)


208358876813760. Clodion SALIAN FRANKS III-[60663],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS -[60666] and Queen, Argotta FRANKS -[60665], was born about 395 in Westphalia, Germany,died in 447,at age 52, and was buried in Cambraym, France. Another name for Clodion was King The Long Haired III.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 429 and 447, King Of The Salian Franks.

Clodion married Princess, Basina THURINGIA -[61370] [MRIN:35320] in France 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813761. Princess, Basina THURINGIA-[61370],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of King, Weldelphus THURINGIA -[61371], was born about 420 in Thuringia, Germany and died in 499 at age 79.

Basina married Clodion SALIAN FRANKS III -[60663] [MRIN:35320] in France 2,7,8,9.,60

Basina next married King, Childeric FRANKS I -[61369] [MRIN:35323] about 464 in Germany 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813762. Vern FRANKS-[61376] 2,7,8,9.,60

Vern married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406881       i.   Queen, Verica FRANKS -[61375] (born between 415 and 419 in Westphalia, Germany)


208358876813768. King, Gundicaire BURGUNDY-[62017],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Gebbica BURGUNDY -[62020], was born about 385 and died in 436 at age 51.

Gundicaire married Princess, Hrotildis Of The VISIGOTHS -[62200] [MRIN:36315] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406884       i.   King, Gundioc BURGUNDY -[62012] (born about 413 - died in 473)


208358876813769. Princess, Hrotildis Of The VISIGOTHS-[62200],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of King, Athaulf Of The VISIGOTHS -[62201] and Galla Placida ROMAN EMPIRE -[62202].

Noted events in her life were:

• Reign: Princess Of The Visigoths.

Hrotildis married King, Gundicaire BURGUNDY -[62017] [MRIN:36315] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813770. Chieftain Of The SUEVI-[62018] 2,7,8,9.,60

Chieftain married Princess, Of The VISIGOTHS -[62019] [MRIN:36316] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406885       i.   Caratene Of The SUEVI -[62013] (born about 430)


208358876813771. Princess, Of The VISIGOTHS-[62019],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of King, Wallia Of The VISIGOTHS -[62021], was born about 415 and was christened in Princess Of The Visigoths.

Of married Chieftain Of The SUEVI -[62018] [MRIN:36316] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813778. Senator, Pogatius ADGANDESTRIUS-[62024] 2,7,8,9.,60

Pogatius married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438406889       i.   Adgandestria ADGANDESTRIUS -[62015]


208358876813780. King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS-[60666],2,7,8,9,60 son of Duke, Marcomir SALIAN FRANKS I -[61378], was born in 380 in Westphalia, Germany and died in 429 at age 49.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: France.

Pharamond married Queen, Argotta FRANKS -[60665] [MRIN:35321] in 394 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876813781. Queen, Argotta FRANKS-[60665],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Duke, Genebald FRANKS I -[60684], was born in 390 in France.

Argotta married King, Pharamond SALIAN FRANKS -[60666] [MRIN:35321] in 394 2,7,8,9.,60

208358876814336. Theodon BAVARIA-[62190] 2,7,8,9,60 was born about 425 and died about 511 at age 86.

Theodon married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438407168       i.   Duke, Theodon BAVARIA I -[62189] (born about 465 - died about 537)


208358876835840. Icel MERCIA-[63633],2,7,8,9,60 son of Eomer MERCIA -[63634].

Icel married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438417920       i.   Cnebba MERCIA -[63632]


208358877036800. King, Fridleif Frodasson DENMARK III-[61447],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Frodi Dansson DENMARK III -[61448], was born in 456 in Denmark.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Denmark.

Fridleif married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438518400       i.   King, Frodi Fridleifsson DENMARK IV -[61446] (born in 479 in Denmark)


208358877036832. Gudmund -[62032] 2,7,8,9,60 was born in Norway.

Gudmund married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438518416       i.   King, Holfund Gudmundson GLAESIVOLLUM -[62031] (born in 488 in Glaesivollum, Norway)


208358877036834. Angantyr ARNGRIMSSON-[62034],2,7,8,9,60 son of Berserker, Arngrim GRIMSSON -[62039] and Eyfure SVAFLAMASDATTER -[62037], was born in 472 in Norway.

Angantyr married Svofu BJARTMARSDATTER -[62035] [MRIN:36327] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179438518417       i.   Hervor ANGANTRYDATTER -[62033] (born in 492 in Norway)


208358877036835. Svofu BJARTMARSDATTER-[62035],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Bjartmar -[62036], was born in 474 in Norway.

Svofu married Angantyr ARNGRIMSSON -[62034] [MRIN:36327] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358878478336. King, Cairbre LEINSTER-[62914],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Cormac LEINSTER -[62915], was born about 500 in Ireland and died in 567 at age 67.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Leinster.

Cairbre married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179439239168       i.   King, Colman LEINSTER -[62913] (born about 530 in Ireland - died in 576)


208358880866304. Krok Cracus BOHEMIA-[63399],2,7,8,9,60 son of Czechus BOHEMIA -[63400], was born about 650 in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Krok married 2,7,8,9.,60

Children from this marriage were:

104179440433152       i.   Duke, Premysl BOHEMIA -[63398] (born about 670 in Prague, Czechoslovakia - died in 745)

104179440433153      ii.   Libuse BOHEMIA -[63401] (born about 700 in Prague, Czechoslovakia)


208358880866306. Krok Cracus BOHEMIA-[63399],2,7,8,9,60 son of Czechus BOHEMIA -[63400], was born about 650 in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Krok married 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888906760. Flavius Valerius Constantine ROMAN EMPIRE I-[61739],2,7,8,9,60 son of Emperor, Flavius Valerius Chlorus Constantius ROMAN EMPIRE I -[61740] and Queen, Helen Of The Cross ROMAN EMPIRE -[61118], was born on 27 Feb 271 in Naissus, Moesia Superior, Nish, Serbia,died on 22 May 337,at age 66, and was buried in Church Of The Apostles, Constantinople, Turkey. Another name for Flavius was Emperor The Great I.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 306 and 337, Roman Emperor.

Flavius married Princess, Flavia Maxima Fausta ROMAN EMPIRE -[62217] [MRIN:36110] 2,7,8,9.,60

Children from this marriage were:

104179444453380       i.   Emperor, Flavius Claudius Constatine ROMAN EMPIRE II -[63051] (born in 316 in Arles - died in 340)

                     ii.   Emperor, Flavius Valerius Constantius ROMAN EMPIRE II -[61737] was born on 7 Aug 317 in Illyricum and died on 3 Nov 361 in Constantinople, Byzantium, Turkey at age 44.


208358888906761. Princess, Flavia Maxima Fausta ROMAN EMPIRE-[62217],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Emperor, Maximianus Herculius ROMAN EMPIRE -[62218] and Eutropia -[62219], was born in 289 in Roma, Italy and died in 326 at age 37.

Flavia married Flavius Valerius Constantine ROMAN EMPIRE I -[61739] [MRIN:36110] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888907008. Cynan Garwyn POWYS-[61387],2,7,8,9,60 son of Brochfael Ysgythrog POWYS -[63096] and Arddyn Benasgell PENNINES -[61981], was born about 545 and died in 610 at age 65. Another name for Cynan was King White Shanks.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Bet ?-610, King Of Powys.

Cynan married Gwenwynwyn DALRIADA -[61388] [MRIN:35881] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888907009. Gwenwynwyn DALRIADA-[61388],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Prince, Domangart Macaedan DALRIADA -[61379], was born about 565.

Gwenwynwyn married Cynan Garwyn POWYS -[61387] [MRIN:35881] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888907264. Rhun Hir Ap Maelgwn GWYNEDD-[63065],2,7,8,9,60 son of Maelgwn Gwynedd Hir Ap Cadwallon GWYNEDD -[63066] and Gwallwen Verch AFALLACH -[63093], was born in 492 in Gwynedd, Wales and died in 586 at age 94. Another name for Rhun was King The Tall.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 549 and 586, King Of Gwynedd.

Rhun married Perfawr Verch Rhun LESSER EBRAUC -[63094] [MRIN:36139] in 516 in Gwynedd, Wales 2,7,8,9.,60

Children from this marriage were:

104179444453632       i.   King, Beli Ap Rhun GWYNEDD -[63064] (born about 520 in Gwynedd, Wales - died in 599)

                     ii.   Princess, Rimo Verch Rhun GWYNEDD -[61784] was born about 515.


208358888907265. Perfawr Verch Rhun LESSER EBRAUC-[63094],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Rhun Ryfedd Mawr LESSER EBRAUC -[62153], was born about 500.

Perfawr married Rhun Hir Ap Maelgwn GWYNEDD -[63065] [MRIN:36139] in 516 in Gwynedd, Wales 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888907272. Cyngen Glodrydd POWYS-[61196],2,7,8,9,60 son of Cadell Ddyrnllwg POWYS -[61061] and Princess, Gwelfyl Ferch Brychan BRYCHEINIOG -[61237], was born about 470 and died in 530 at age 60. Another name for Cyngen was King The Renowned.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 500 and 530, King Of The Powys.

Cyngen married Tudlwystl Verch BRYCHAN -[61970] [MRIN:35760] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179444453636       i.   Brochfael Ysgythrog POWYS -[63096] (born about 502 - died in 550)


208358888907273. Tudlwystl Verch BRYCHAN-[61970],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of Brychan Ap GWYNGWEN -[61064].

Tudlwystl married Cyngen Glodrydd POWYS -[61196] [MRIN:35760] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888907274. King, Pabo Post Prydein PENNINES-[61198],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Arthuis Of GREATER EBRAUC -[63619], was born in 474 and died on 9 Nov 530 at age 56.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of The Pennines.

Pabo married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179444453637       i.   Arddyn Benasgell PENNINES -[61981] (born about 510)


208358888907276. Aedan Mac Gabhran DALRIADA-[61040],2,7,8,9,60 son of Gabhran Mac Domangart DALRIADA -[61041] and Princess, Lleain Of Manau Gododin BRECKNOCK -[61121], was born about 520 in Ireland and died about 608 in Dalriada, Scotland at age 88. Another name for Aedan was King The Fair Haired.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 574 and 608, King Of Dalriada.

Aedan married 2,7,8,9.,60

208358888917248. Nowy Hen DYFED-[63120],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Arthwyr Ap Pedr DYFED -[63121], was born about 605. Another name for Nowy was King The Old.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Dyfed.

Nowy married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179444458624       i.   King, Cloten Ap Nowy DYFED -[63119] (born about 630)


208358888917250. King, Rhiwallon Ap Idwallon BRYCHEINIOG-[61126],2,7,8,9,60 son of King, Idwallon Ap Llywarch BRYCHEINIOG -[63137], was born about 600.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Brycheiniog.

Rhiwallon married 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179444458625       i.   Princess, Ceindrych Verch Rhiwallon BRYCHEINIOG -[63136] (born about 635)


208358902864384. King, Alrek HORDALAND-[62646] 2,7,8,9.,60

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: King Of Hordaland.

Alrek married Signy -[62647] [MRIN:36712] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179451432192       i.   Prince, Vikar ALREKSSON -[62645]


208358902864385. Signy -[62647] 2,7,8,9.,60

Signy married King, Alrek HORDALAND -[62646] [MRIN:36712] 2,7,8,9.,60

208358926254080. Gabhran Mac Domangart DALRIADA-[61041],2,7,8,9,60 son of Prince, Eochaidh DALRIADA -[61114], was born about 480 and died in 559 at age 79. Another name for Gabhran was King The Treacherous.

Noted events in his life were:

• Reign: Between 538 and 559, King Of Dalriada.

Gabhran married Princess, Lleain Of Manau Gododin BRECKNOCK -[61121] [MRIN:35633] 2,7,8,9.,60

The child from this marriage was:

104179463127040       i.   Aedan Mac Gabhran DALRIADA -[61040] (born about 520 in Ireland - died about 608 in Dalriada, Scotland)


208358926254081. Princess, Lleain Of Manau Gododin BRECKNOCK-[61121],2,7,8,9,60 daughter of King, Brychan BRECKNOCK -[61122] and Queen, Mendog Of STRATCHCLYDE -[61123].

Lleain married Gabhran Mac Domangart DALRIADA -[61041] [MRIN:35633] 2,7,8,9.,60

246294899605504. Pharamond, King Of FRANCE-[80117],2,7,8,9,88,89 son of Marcomir Duke Of The East FRANKS -[80186] and Mrs-Marcomir, Duchess Of The East FRANKS -[80182], was born about 370 in , , Westphalia, Germany and died from 427 to 430 at age 57. Ancestral File Number: 9GBJ-V0.

General Notes: 1 _UID 5CED82C1CDAB7C47951DE61D9F7778525C63

Pharamond, married Argotta, Queen Of FRANKS -[80185] [MRIN:44569] in 394 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 33E6AA650C63C045AB9D3433FBC851D33268

Children from this marriage were:

123147449802752       i.   Clodion "Le Chevelu" King Of FRANCE -[79605] (born about 395 in , , Westphalia, Germany - died in 447-449, buried in Cambray, Nord, France)

                     ii.   Adelbertus, Duke Of MOSELLE -[79046] was born about 405 in Westphalia, Germany and died in 491 at age 86. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-0M.


246294899605505. Argotta, Queen Of FRANKS-[80185],2,7,8,9,88,89 daughter of Genebald, Duke Of The East FRANKS -[80339] and Mrs-Genebald, Duke Of The East FRANKS -[80427], was born about 376 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number: 9GBJ-XB.

General Notes: 1 _UID F344392863F56A458A8185C211AC8DB9F4E8

Argotta, married Pharamond, King Of FRANCE -[80117] [MRIN:44569] in 394 2,7,8,9.,89

246294899605520. Childeric I King Of FRANCE-[80111],2,7,8,9,88,89 son of Mberovbee King Of FRANCE -[80340] and Vberica Queen Of FRANCE -[78547], was born in 436 in , , Westphalia, Germany and died from 26 Nov 481 to 484 at age 45. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-H7.

General Notes: 1 _UID FBB0412EDDE5414BA25C5345A5E68C3B50BC

Childeric married Basina Princess Of THURINGIA -[80077] [MRIN:44832] in 463-465 in , , , Germany 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID AE4395CC90F00C4C83D39CA4D54515EDDC76

Children from this marriage were:

123147449802760       i.   Clovis I "The Great" King FRANCE -[80423] (born about 467 . christened Reims, Neustria - died on 27 Nov 511, buried in Eglise DE Saint Pierre, , , France)

                     ii.   Alboflede "Blanchefleur" Princess Of FRANCE -[80343] was born about 467 of Reims, Neustria,was christened of Reims, Neustria,and died before 27 Nov 511 before age 45. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-LQ.

                    iii.   Lantraldis (Lanthilde) Princess Of FRANCE -[80344] was born from about 468 to 469 of Reims, Neustria and was christened on 25 Dec 496. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-MW.

                     iv.   Andelfieda (Audeflede) Princess Of FRANCE -[80345] was born in 496 of Reims, Neustria and was christened on 25 Dec 496 of Reims, Neustria. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-N3.


246294899605521. Basina Princess Of THURINGIA-[80077] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born from about 438 to 440 in Of, , , Thuringia and died after 470 after age 31. Ancestral File Number: 9GBK-JD.

General Notes: 1 _UID E38566A4F0CE4541A38E9920DB79D7CB9678

Basina married Childeric I King Of FRANCE -[80111] [MRIN:44832] in 463-465 in , , , Germany 2,7,8,9.,89

246294899605522. Chilperic King Of BURGUNDY-[80352] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born about 445 in Of, , Bourgogne, France. Ancestral File Number: VB3B-X3.

General Notes: 1 _UID 2EA1DDA92B4D5F4287F21845B8A9D262D9F5

Chilperic married Mrs-Chilperic Of BURGUNDY -[80174] [MRIN:44822] 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 0C868C7540E8E0458852857B8F3A5D674766

The child from this marriage was:

123147449802761       i.   Clotilde Queen Of FRANCE -[80043] (born about 475 in , , Bourgogne, France - died on 3 Jun 548 in , Tours, , France)


246294899605523. Mrs-Chilperic Of BURGUNDY-[80174] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born about 449 in Of, , Bourgogne, France. Ancestral File Number: VB3B-Z8.

General Notes: 1 _UID 75EFBCFF5AEBA14D9557AD9287CB58072E01

Mrs-Chilperic married Chilperic King Of BURGUNDY -[80352] [MRIN:44822] 2,7,8,9.,89

246294899884032. Crioda, Prince Of WESSEX-[80621],2,7,8,9,88,89 son of Cerdic, King Of WESSEX -[80612] and Mrs-Cerdic, Queen Of WESSEX -[80624], was born about 493 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70F-JH.

General Notes: 1 _UID F27BDD196AC33E43A76B85C9BF266CAF71F5

Crioda, married Mrs-Crioda, Princess Of WESSEX -[80622] [MRIN:44954] in Of, , Wessex, England 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID E9D2310AF4F1D04CABCE839154ACA2173D35

The child from this marriage was:

123147449942016       i.   Cynric King Of WESSEX -[80606] (born about 525 in Of, , Wessex, England - died in 560)


246294899884033. Mrs-Crioda, Princess Of WESSEX-[80622] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born about 497 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70F-KN.

General Notes: 1 _UID 57EE882C4EBC1640A3F7DA48FBF7987C1BC0

Mrs-Crioda, married Crioda, Prince Of WESSEX -[80621] [MRIN:44954] in Of, , Wessex, England 2,7,8,9.,89

246294905880576. Kari FORNJOTSSON KING IN KVENLAND-[77723],2,7,8,9,88,89 son of Fornjotur King In KVENLAND -[77736] and Mrs-Fornjotur KVENLAND -[77737], was born about 185 in Of, , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6B6.

General Notes: 1 _UID 6AB742F7C3AD244AB072015A98C277D95FE8

Kari married Mrs-Kari FORNJOTSSON -[77725] [MRIN:44062] about 209 in Of, , , Finland 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 7A0102356F2072418D9755CB388C7C1991E0

The child from this marriage was:

123147452940288       i.   Frosti KARASSON KING IN KVENLAND -[77728] (born about 210 in Of, , , Finland)


246294905880577. Mrs-Kari FORNJOTSSON-[77725] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born about 185 in Of, , , Finland. Ancestral File Number: 18JX-6CD.

General Notes: 1 _UID 3AD0500BA9DE1149B577B7D6D3F4475E6BE5

Mrs-Kari married Kari FORNJOTSSON KING IN KVENLAND -[77723] [MRIN:44062] about 209 in Of, , , Finland 2,7,8,9.,89

246294905882624. Eystein ADILSSON KING IN SWEDEN-[77765],2,7,8,9,88,89 son of Adils "Athils" OTTARSSON KING IN UPPSALA -[77783] and Yrsa HELGASDATTER -[77784], was born about 594 in , , , Sweden. Ancestral File Number: G6T0-45.

General Notes: 1 _UID 5A61A831E8F9FB4A83E26EA0EE102B94EAC3

Eystein married Mrs-Eystein ADILSSON -[77763] [MRIN:44081] about 615 in Of, , , Sweden 2,7,8,9.,89

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 16543997C461D84C88E181D0753A9F038ECC

The child from this marriage was:

123147452941312       i.   Ingvar "The Tall" EYSTEINSSON KING IN SWEDEN -[77768] (born about 616 in , , , Sweden - died in (MD))


246294905882625. Mrs-Eystein ADILSSON-[77763] 2,7,8,9,88,89 was born about 599 in , , , Sweden. Ancestral File Number: FLHH-8N.

General Notes: 1 _UID 88B5905EFD1E2D44978D3CFF54359F7EBCAE

Mrs-Eystein married Eystein ADILSSON KING IN SWEDEN -[77765] [MRIN:44081] about 615 in Of, , , Sweden 2,7,8,9.,89

246310856294400. Connall EACHLUATH-[28363],2,7,8,9,43 son of Ludhaidh MEANN -[28364], was born in 312 and died on an unknown date.

Connall married COIRPTH -[28362] [MRIN:15811] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123155428147200       i.   CAS -[28361] (died in 347)


246310856294401. COIRPTH -[28362],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin King Of IRELAND -[59159] and Mong FIONN -[28288], died on an unknown date.

COIRPTH married Connall EACHLUATH -[28363] [MRIN:15811] 2,7,8,9.,43

246310856310784. Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin King Of IRELAND-[59159],2,7,8,9,43 son of Murdeach Tireach King Of IRELAND -[59161] and Muiron EOGUIN Princess Of Cinneal -[59160], was born in 325 and died in 365 at age 40.

Eochaidh married INNE -[59158] [MRIN:16063] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Niall Of The Nine Hostages King Of IRELAND -[59157] was born about 380 and died about 452 in (Possibly) France at age 72.

                     ii.   Echu Eochaid Mugmedon King Of IRELAND -[28623] died on an unknown date.

Eochaidh next married Mong FIONN -[28288] [MRIN:15743] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

123155428155392       i.   Brion Of Ireland King Of CONNAUGHT -[28289] (born in 442)

246310856294401      ii.   COIRPTH -[28362] (died on an unknown date)


246310856310785. Mong FIONN-[28288],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of FIDACH -[28290].

General Notes: Note: Murdered her brother by poisoning him, then died herself bydrinking from the same cup to avoid suspicion.

Mong married Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin King Of IRELAND -[59159] [MRIN:15743] 2,7,8,9.,43

246310873858048. LORN -[31388] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

LORN married Erca Marca Princess Of DAL RIATA -[28628] [MRIN:16066] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123155436929024       i.   Loarn Mor DAL RIATA (Scots) -[31387] (died)


246310873858049. Erca Marca Princess Of DAL RIATA-[28628],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Eochaid King Of DAL RIATA -[28629], was born in 426 and died on an unknown date.

Erca married Muiredach Maceogain O'NEILL King Of Ui Neill -[59155] [MRIN:16065] 2,7,8,9.,43

Children from this marriage were:

136807945863168       i.   Fergus Mor King Of The SCOTS -[28626] (born in 445 - died in 529)

                     ii.   Muirchertach Macercae O'neill King Of IRELAND -[59153] died in 536.

Erca next married LORN -[31388] [MRIN:16066] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315837704192. Cyngar Ap VOTEPORIX King Of Dyfed-[57623],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Gwerthefyr (Voteporix) Ap Aergul LAWHIR King Of Dyfed -[57621], was born about 510 76 and died.

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Source: AF.
AF: Cingar ap Guertepir. Birth date.
***** SOURCES:
1. Bartrum, Peter C. _Welsh Genealogies AD 300-1400_. University ofWales
Press, 1978; page 20 (Dyfed). Cyngar ap Voteporix.

Cyngar married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157918852096       i.   Pedr Ap CYNGAR King Of Dyfed -[57624] (born about 540 - died)


246315837704208. Rigenew Ap Rhein King Of BRYCHEINIOG-[49550],2,7,8,9,43 son of Rhein Dremrydd King Of BRYCHEINIOG -[49551], was born about 480.

Rigenew married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157918852104       i.   Llywarch Ap RIGENEW King Of Brycheiniog -[49549] (born about 520)


246315838210072. Gadeon Ap CYNON EUDAF-[33062],2,7,8,9,43 son of Cynon Meiriadog Ap CARADOC -[33063], was born about 330 and died.

Gadeon married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157919105036       i.   Gwrfawr Morfa Ap GADEON -[33061] (born about 360 - died)


246315838607360. Meurig Ap TEWDRIG-[57886],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Tewdrig Ap LLYWARCH -[57897] and Enynny Verch CYNFARCH -[57896].

Meurig married Onbrawst Verch Gwrgan FAWR -[57885] [MRIN:34225] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157919303680       i.   Athrwys Ap MEURIG -[57899]


246315838607361. Onbrawst Verch Gwrgan FAWR-[57885],2,7,8,9,43,76 daughter of Gwrgan Fawr (Gwrcantus Magnus) Ap CYNFYN -[57893].

Onbrawst married Meurig Ap TEWDRIG -[57886] [MRIN:34225] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315838607362. Briafael Frydig Ap LLYWARCH-[57894],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Llywarch Ap TEWDWR -[57890].

Briafael married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157919303681       i.   Cenedlen Verch Briafael FRYDI -[57895]


246315838607488. Pawl Ap MEPURIT-[57909],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Mepurit Ap BRIACAT -[57910].

Pawl married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157919303744       i.   Eldog Ap PAWL -[57908]


246315838610432. Madog Ap RHUN-[40683],2,7,8,9,43 son of Rhun Ap CENELAPH -[40684], was born about 558 in Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales and died after 618 after age 59.

Madog married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157919305216       i.   Merin Ap MADOG -[40682] (born about 598 in Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales - died)


246315840045056. Dunlaing Macendae NIAE-[59275],2,7,8,9,43 son of Endae Niae Macbressal BELACH -[59276].

Dunlaing married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920022528       i.   Ailill Macdunlainge King Of LEINSTER -[59274] (died in 535)


246315840046080. Connall Cremthainne MACNEILL-[59214],2,7,8,9,43 son of Niall Of The Nine Hostages King Of IRELAND -[59157].

Connall married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920023040       i.   Fergus Cerbel Macconnail O'NEILL -[59213]


246315840652288. Fiacha SUIDHE-[28448],2,7,8,9,43 son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar King Of IRELAND -[59167] and Una Princess Of DENMARK -[28313], died on an unknown date.

Fiacha married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326144       i.   Caripre RIGRONN -[28447] (died on an unknown date)


246315840652800. Eudos Ap EUDDOLEN-[57943],2,7,8,9,43 son of Euddolen Ap AFALLACH -[28439], died on an unknown date.

Eudos married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326400       i.   Eifydd Ap EUDOS -[57942] (died on an unknown date)


246315840653056. Publius Flavius SABINUS-[57748],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Titus Flavius II SABINUS Consul -[57754].

Publius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326528       i.   Titus Flavius SABINUS III -[57747] (died in Aft 84 A.D.)


246315840653058. Titus Vespasius Emperor Of ROME-[57750],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Flavius Vespasian Emperor Of ROME -[57761] and Flavia DOMITILIA -[57762], was born on 30 Dec 39 in Rome 76 and died in Sep 81 76 at age 41.

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1680, 1690, 1769.
K: Titus/Tite Vesparius/Vespasius, Emperor of Rome. "The Love andDarling of Mankind." (He had a great PR man).

Noted events in his life were:

• Title (Facts Pg): Emperor Of Rome.

Titus married Arricidia TERTULLE -[57751] [MRIN:34159] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326529       i.   Julia SABINE -[57749]


246315840653059. Arricidia TERTULLE-[57751] 2,7,8,9,43.,76

Arricidia married Titus Vespasius Emperor Of ROME -[57750] [MRIN:34159] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653064. Antoninus Pius Emperor Of ROME-[50685],2,7,8,9,43,408 son of Aurelius FULVUS -[58144] and Arria FADILLA -[58146], was born in Sept. 19, 86 Ce At Lanuvium, Latium and died from Mar 160 to 161 in Lorium Etruria.

General Notes: 1 NAME T. Aurelius Fulvus Bionius Arrius /Antoninus/


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Antoninus Pius born Sept. 19, 86, Lanuvium, Latium died March 7, 161,Lorium, Etruria


Antoninus Pius, marble bust; in the British Museum

in full Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius, originalname Titus Aurelius Fulvius Boionius Arrius AntoninusRoman emperor fromAD 138 to 161. Mild-mannered and capable, he was the fourth of the “fivegood emperors” who guided the empire through an 84-year period (96–180)of internal peace and prosperity. His family originated in Gaul, and hisfather and grandfathers had all been consuls.

After serving as consul in 120, Antoninus was assigned by the emperorHadrian (ruled 117–138) to assist with judicial administration in Italy.He governed the province of Asia (c. 134) and then became an adviser tothe Emperor. In 138 Antoninus was adopted by Hadrian and designated ashis successor. Hadrian specified that two men—the future emperors MarcusAurelius and Lucius Verus—were to succeed Antoninus. Upon acceding topower, Antoninus persuaded a reluctant Senate to offer the customarydivine honours to Hadrian. For this, and possibly other such dutifulacts, he was given the surname Pius by the Senate. When his wife,Faustina, died in late 140 or early 141 he founded in her memory thePuellae Faustinianae, a charitable institution for the daughters of thepoor.

References to Antoninus in 2nd-century literature are exceptionallyscanty; it is certain that few striking events occurred during his23-year reign. A rebellion in Roman Britain was suppressed, and in 142 a36-mile (58-kilometre) garrisoned barrier—called the Antonine Wall—wasbuilt to extend the Roman frontier some 100 miles north of Hadrian's Wall(q.v.). Antoninus' armies contained revolts in Mauretania, Germany,Dacia, and Egypt.

The feeling of well-being that pervaded the empire under Antoninus isreflected in the celebrated panegyric by the orator Aelius Aristides in143–144. After Antoninus' death, however, the empire suffered invasion byhostile tribes, followed by severe civil strife.

Antoninus married Annia Galeria FAUSTINA I -[57468] [MRIN:30707] about 118 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

123157920326533       i.   Annia Galeria FAUSTINA II -[50683] (born in 125 - died in 175)

123157920326532      ii.   Marcus Aurelius Antonius Emperor Of ROME -[50682] (born on 26 Apr 121 in Rome, Italy - died on 17 Mar 179-180 in Vindobono (Vienna))


246315840653065. Annia Galeria FAUSTINA I-[57468],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Marcus Annius VERUS -[57190] and Rupilla FAUSTINA -[57191], was born in 104 and died in 141 at age 37.

Annia married Antoninus Pius Emperor Of ROME -[50685] [MRIN:30707] about 118 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653066. Antoninus Pius Emperor Of ROME-[50685],2,7,8,9,43,408 son of Aurelius FULVUS -[58144] and Arria FADILLA -[58146], was born in Sept. 19, 86 Ce At Lanuvium, Latium and died from Mar 160 to 161 in Lorium Etruria.

General Notes: 1 NAME T. Aurelius Fulvus Bionius Arrius /Antoninus/


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Antoninus Pius born Sept. 19, 86, Lanuvium, Latium died March 7, 161,Lorium, Etruria


Antoninus Pius, marble bust; in the British Museum

in full Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrianus Antoninus Augustus Pius, originalname Titus Aurelius Fulvius Boionius Arrius AntoninusRoman emperor fromAD 138 to 161. Mild-mannered and capable, he was the fourth of the “fivegood emperors” who guided the empire through an 84-year period (96–180)of internal peace and prosperity. His family originated in Gaul, and hisfather and grandfathers had all been consuls.

After serving as consul in 120, Antoninus was assigned by the emperorHadrian (ruled 117–138) to assist with judicial administration in Italy.He governed the province of Asia (c. 134) and then became an adviser tothe Emperor. In 138 Antoninus was adopted by Hadrian and designated ashis successor. Hadrian specified that two men—the future emperors MarcusAurelius and Lucius Verus—were to succeed Antoninus. Upon acceding topower, Antoninus persuaded a reluctant Senate to offer the customarydivine honours to Hadrian. For this, and possibly other such dutifulacts, he was given the surname Pius by the Senate. When his wife,Faustina, died in late 140 or early 141 he founded in her memory thePuellae Faustinianae, a charitable institution for the daughters of thepoor.

References to Antoninus in 2nd-century literature are exceptionallyscanty; it is certain that few striking events occurred during his23-year reign. A rebellion in Roman Britain was suppressed, and in 142 a36-mile (58-kilometre) garrisoned barrier—called the Antonine Wall—wasbuilt to extend the Roman frontier some 100 miles north of Hadrian's Wall(q.v.). Antoninus' armies contained revolts in Mauretania, Germany,Dacia, and Egypt.

The feeling of well-being that pervaded the empire under Antoninus isreflected in the celebrated panegyric by the orator Aelius Aristides in143–144. After Antoninus' death, however, the empire suffered invasion byhostile tribes, followed by severe civil strife.

Antoninus married Annia Galeria FAUSTINA I -[57468] [MRIN:30707] about 118 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

246315840653067. Annia Galeria FAUSTINA I-[57468],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Marcus Annius VERUS -[57190] and Rupilla FAUSTINA -[57191], was born in 104 and died in 141 at age 37.

Annia married Antoninus Pius Emperor Of ROME -[50685] [MRIN:30707] about 118 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653068. Claudius I Emperor Of ROME-[56600],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Drusus Nero Germanicus Of ROME Consul -[27332] and Antonia MINOR -[55482], was born in 10 B.C., Lugdunum, Gaul 76 and died in 54 A.D. 76 .

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1826; Collins; Pfafman; Robinson.
Pfafman: Roman Emperor, 41-54 A.D. Poisoned by fourth wife, Agrippa,who was mother of Nero. He extended the Roman Empire over Britain, builtthe Claudian Way, and founded Colchester, Essex County, the oldestrecorded town in Britain, which was destroyed about 60 A.D. by Boadicea,Queen of the Iceni.
K: Claudius, Emperor of Rome.
Robinson: Claudius, ruled 41-54 A.D.

Claudius married Aemilia LEPIDA -[57005] [MRIN:33617] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

123157920326537       i.   Venissa (Venessa) Claudia Of ROME -[57029]

123157920326534      ii.   Marcus Aurelius CRISPIN -[57753]


246315840653069. Aemilia LEPIDA-[57005],2,7,8,9,43,76 daughter of Aimibus PAULIUS The Censor -[57046] and Julia Agrippina CAESONIA -[51429].

Aemilia married Claudius I Emperor Of ROME -[56600] [MRIN:33617] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653072. Cynvelin (Cymberline) King Of The CATUVELLAUNI-[57001],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Tanuantus Tenuantius Tenefan King Of The CATUVELLAUNI -[56535].

Cynvelin married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326536       i.   Gweirdd Arviragus King Of SILURIA -[56654] (died in 74)


246315840653074. Claudius I Emperor Of ROME-[56600],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Drusus Nero Germanicus Of ROME Consul -[27332] and Antonia MINOR -[55482], was born in 10 B.C., Lugdunum, Gaul 76 and died in 54 A.D. 76 .

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1826; Collins; Pfafman; Robinson.
Pfafman: Roman Emperor, 41-54 A.D. Poisoned by fourth wife, Agrippa,who was mother of Nero. He extended the Roman Empire over Britain, builtthe Claudian Way, and founded Colchester, Essex County, the oldestrecorded town in Britain, which was destroyed about 60 A.D. by Boadicea,Queen of the Iceni.
K: Claudius, Emperor of Rome.
Robinson: Claudius, ruled 41-54 A.D.

Claudius married Aemilia LEPIDA -[57005] [MRIN:33617] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

246315840653075. Aemilia LEPIDA-[57005],2,7,8,9,43,76 daughter of Aimibus PAULIUS The Censor -[57046] and Julia Agrippina CAESONIA -[51429].

Aemilia married Claudius I Emperor Of ROME -[56600] [MRIN:33617] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653078. Antedios King Of ICENI-[41688],2,7,8,9,43 son of Addedomaros King Of TRINOVANTES -[41689], died.

Antedios married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326539       i.   Boadicea (Victoria) Queen Of The ICENI -[56617] (died in 62)


246315840653084. Coel I Of COLCHESTER "Old King Cole"-[59633],2,7,8,9,43 son of St. Cyllin King Of SILURIA -[57022], was born in 120 and died in 170 76 at age 50.

General Notes: 1 NAME Coel (Coilus) of /Britain/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Dateof Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 NAME Coel Coilus /Hen/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT. 100 2 SOURS033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE BEF.125 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1812; AF; Smallwood and Blount.
Pfafman/Smallwood: Coilus "Old King Cole," King of Britain 125-170.Educated in Rome. (See Pfafman's Britain line). K: Cole.
One AF record said he had a wife, Vala (Princess of Gwawl). Nochildren.[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1796. K: Coel Hen. Brought Corn into Britain. Liv.120.

He was educated in rome, built Colchester (Coel-Castra) and diedin 170AD.

Coel married Ystradwl Of SILURIA -[59634] [MRIN:15843] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

123157920326542       i.   Llewfer Mawr King Of SILURIA -[59632] (christened on 28 May 137 - died in 181)

                     ii.   Athilis Of BRITAIN -[56458].

                    iii.   Nn. Of CAMULOD -[28394] was born in 130 and died on an unknown date.


246315840653085. Ystradwl Of SILURIA-[59634] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

Ystradwl married Coel I Of COLCHESTER "Old King Cole" -[59633] [MRIN:15843] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653086. Eurgen Ap MARIUS-[59598],2,7,8,9,43 son of Meric (Marius) Of BRITAIN King Of Britain -[56460] and Penardun (Julia) Princess Of The ICENIANS -[59599], was born about 107. 76

General Notes: 1 NAME /Ergen/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17,2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1796; Smallwood.
Smallwood: Eurgen. Says Lleuver Mawr was her husband. K. says he washer father.
Some dates in this line, like here, are from Simpson. She may beguessing at them.

Eurgen married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

123157920326543       i.   Gwladys Verch EURGEN -[59597] (born about 142)


246315840653184. Llewfer Mawr King Of SILURIA-[59632],2,7,8,9,43 son of Coel I Of COLCHESTER "Old King Cole" -[59633] and Ystradwl Of SILURIA -[59634], was christened on 28 May 137 76 and died in 181 at age 44.

General Notes: 1 NAME Lleuvar /Mawr/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import:Jan 17, 2001 1 DEAT 2 DATE 3 DEC 201 2 PLAC ,Gloucester, England 2SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001


baptized by his father's cousin, St. Timothy [De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1796.
Smallwood says he was King of the Britons from 170-181 A.D.

Llewfer married Gwladys Verch EURGEN -[59597] [MRIN:25679] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

246315840653185. Gwladys Verch EURGEN-[59597],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Eurgen Ap MARIUS -[59598], was born about 142. 76

General Notes: 1 NAME /Gladys/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17,2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1796.

Gwladys married Llewfer Mawr King Of SILURIA -[59632] [MRIN:25679] 2,7,8,9.,43

246315840653302. Maximianus Herculeus Emperor Of ROME-[50676] 2,7,8,9,43 was born about 235 and died about 310 in Marseilles at age 75.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Maximianus Herculius' Early Career Perhaps born ca. 249/250A.D. in Sirmium in the area of the Balkans, Marcus Aurelius ValeriusMaximianus, more commonly known as Maximianus Herculius, had been asoldier before he put on the purple. A fellow soldier with theEmperorDiocletian, he had served in the military during the reigns of Aurelianand Probus. He may have served under Carus in Mesopotamia in 283 and itwas likely that he was with his future co-ruler Diocletian when thelatter was proclaimed emperor at Nicomedeia on 20 November 284. His wifeEutropia bore him two children: Maxentius and Fausta. An older daughter,Theodora, may have been a step daughter.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Family Connections When the Emperor Diocletiandetermined that the empire was too large for one man to govern on hisown, he made Maximianus his Caesar in 285/6 and elevated him to the rankof Augustus in perhaps the spring of 286. While Diocletian ruled in theEast, Maximian ruled in the West. In 293, in order to maintain and tostrengthen the stability of the empire, Diocletian appointed ConstantiusI Chlorus to serve Herculius as a Caesar in the West, while Galerius didthe same job in the East. This arrangement, called the "Tetrarchy", wasmeant not only to provide a stronger foundation for the two emperors'rule, but also to end any possible fighting over the succession to thethrone once the two senior Augusti had left the throne--a problem whichhad bedeviled the principate since the time of the Emperor Augustus. Tocement the relationship between Herculius and his Caesar, Constantiusmarried Maximianus' elder daughter Theodora. A decade later, Constantius'son Constantine would marry Herculius' younger daughter Fausta.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Military Activities To a large degree, Herculiusspent the early years of his reign engaging in lackluster campaigning.Although he was able to quell the Bagaudae fairly easily in 286, it waswith some measure of difficulty that he put down a German invasion ofGaul in the fall of the same year. Additionally, he appointed Carausiusto command his navy and to defeat the pirates; because of certainfinancial irregularities that had occurred during his successful tour,Carausius revolted and declared himself emperor. Britain and the northernpart of Gaul sided with the usurper. On his own, Maximanus was unable torepress him; he and his Praetorian Prefect Constantius attempted to dealwith both the on-going problem of Carausius and the continued Germanicincursions of his realm. As soon as Constantius was appointed Caesar in293, he recovered northern Gaul after he defeated Carausius near Bononiaand repressed any sparks of rebellion in the region. It was not until296, however, that the Caesar was able to recover Britain by defeatingCarausius' successor Allectus; while he campaigned in Britain, Maximianusstood watch on the Rhine. Between 297 and 299 the Augustus seems to havefought the Moors in Spain and taken the offensive against African tribesin the general area of Carthage. The emperor appears to have spent theremainder of his reign in a state of indolence in Milan or Aquileia andwas content to allow Constantius to shoulder the real burdens of stateincluding, among other things, the German threat.

BIOGRAPHY: In political matters, the emperor and his Caesar were verydifferent. Maximianus was allegedly very heavy handed when dealing withmembers of the Roman Senate, whereas his Caesar's relationship with thepatricians was apparently fairly good. Surprisingly, when faced with theedicts which provided the legal foundation for the "Great Persecution" in303, both Maximianus Herculius and Constantius seem to have been moremoderate in their dealings with Christians than Diocletian and Galeriuswho rigorously enforced the laws in the Eastern portion of the empire.The Caesar limited his actions to the demolition of churches.

BIOGRAPHY: Maximianus' Resignation On 1 May 305 Diocletian, atNicomedeia, and Maximianus Herculius, at Mediolanum, divested themselvesof the purple. Their resignations seem largely due to the almost fatalillness that Diocletian contracted toward the end of 304. Diocletianseems to have forced his colleague to abdicate. In any case, Herculiushad sworn an oath at the temple of Capitoline Jupiter to carry out theterms of the abdication. Constantius and Galerius were appointed asAugusti, with Maximinus Daia and Severus as the new Caesars. The retiredemperors then returned to private life. Diocletian's retirement was atSalonae in Dalmatia, while Herculius' retreat was either in Lucania orCampania.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Swansong Herculius' retirement, however, was ofshort duration because, a little more than a year later on 28 October306, his son Maxentius was proclaimed emperor at Rome. To give his regimean aura of legitimacy, Maximianus was forced to affirm his son'sacclamation. When Galerius learned of Maxentius' rebellion, he sentSeverus against him with an army that had formerly been under hisfather's command. Maxentius invested his father with the purple again towin over his enemy's troops, a ruse which succeeded. Perhaps tostrengthen his own position, in 307 he went to Gaul and married hisdaughter Fausta to Constantine. When Constantine refused to becomeembroiled in the civil war between Galerius and Maxentius, Herculiusreturned to Rome in 308 and attempted to depose his son; however, he didnot succeed. When he was unable to convince Diocletian to take up thepurple again at a meeting in Carnuntum in late 308, he returned to hisson-in-law's side in Gaul. Although he was treated with all of therespect due a former emperor, he still desired to be more than afigurehead. He decided to seize the purple from Constantine when hisson-in-law least expected it. His opportunity came in the summer of 310when the Franks revolted. When Constantine had taken a small part of hisarmy into enemy territory, Maximianus proclaimed himself again emperorand paid the soldiers under his command a donative to secure theirloyalty. As soon as Constantine received news about Maximianus' revolt inJuly 310, he went south and reached Arelate before his father-in-lawcould mount a defense of the city. Although Maximianus fled to Massilia,his son-in-law seized the city and took Maximianus prisoner. Although hewas deprived of the purple, he was granted pardon for his crimes. Unableto endure the humiliation of his defeat, he attempted to have Constantinemurdered in his bed. The plot failed because he tried to get his daughterFausta's help in the matter; she chose to reveal the matter to herhusband. Because of this attempt on his son-in-law's life Maximianus wasdead by the end of July either by his own hand or on the orders of hisintended victim.

Maximianus married Eutropia -[55422] [MRIN:21617] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

136807950713425       i.   Flavia Maxima FAUSTA -[50672] (born about 289 - died in 326)

123157920326651      ii.   Theodora Of ROME -[35463] (born about 250 - died)


246315840653303. Eutropia -[55422],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Flavius EUTROPIUS -[50678] and Claudia CRISPINA -[50679], was born about 235 and died in 325 at age 90.

Eutropia married Maximianus Herculeus Emperor Of ROME -[50676] [MRIN:21617] 2,7,8,9.,43

273576550990848. Muiredach King Of IRELAND-[11395],2,7,8,9,23,409 son of Eogan King Owen Of IRELAND -[11396], died about 480.

Muiredach married 2,7,8,9.,23

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Muiredach Mac Earca King Of IRELAND -[11399] died in 536.

136788275495424      ii.   Fergus Mor Mac Earca 1St King Of SCOTS -[12535] (born in 447 in Dal Riata, Scotland - died after 498 in Argyle, Scotland)


273576550990852. Eochaid Mugmemdon King Of IRELAND-[17779],2,7,8,9,23 son of Muireadeach Tireach King Of IRELAND -[17778], was born in 390 in Ireland.

General Notes: Ancestors of Eochaid are based on myth and legend as recorded by 'TheAnnals of the Four Masters', which was compiled at least 600 years afterthe facts.

Eochaid married Mong FIND -[18866] [MRIN:5547] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788275495426       i.   Brion Of IRELAND -[10798] (born in 430 in Ireland)


273576550990853. Mong FIND-[18866] 2,7,8,9,23 was born in 405.

Mong married Eochaid Mugmemdon King Of IRELAND -[17779] [MRIN:5547] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565178368. Gwrst Ap CENEU-[13848],2,7,8,9,23 son of Cenu Ap COEL -[13849] and <LIVING> -[19194], was born about 425 in Wales.

Gwrst married <LIVING> -[15653] [MRIN:7517] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788282589184       i.   Meirchion Gul Ap GWRST -[13847] (born about 455 in Wales)

Gwrst next married <LIVING> -[19275] [MRIN:7518] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788282589184       i.   Meirchion Gul Ap GWRST -[13847] (born about 455 in Wales)


273576565178369. <LIVING> -[19275] 2,7,8,9.,23

<LIVING> married Gwrst Ap CENEU -[13848] [MRIN:7518] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565179392. Maelgwn 'The Tall' Ap , King Of Gwynedd CADWALLON-[11441],2,7,8,9,23 son of Cadwallon 'The Longhanded' Ap EINION -[11442] and Meddyf Verch MAEDAF -[15700], was born about 470 in North Wales and died in 547 at age 77.

General Notes: 1 NAME Maelgwyn 'The Tall' ap CADWALLON of /Wales/
1 BIRT
2 DATE ABT 475
1 DEAT
2 DATE ABT 548


Ref: Wurts, "Magna Charta, Vol. III"

Maelgwn Gwynedd, King of Gwynedd, of much good and evil, died of theyellow plague in 547.

Maelgwn married Gwallwen Ferch AFALLACH -[17390] [MRIN:6083] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565179393. Gwallwen Ferch AFALLACH-[17390] 2,7,8,9,23 was born about 471 in North Wales.

Gwallwen married Maelgwn 'The Tall' Ap , King Of Gwynedd CADWALLON -[11441] [MRIN:6083] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565179408. Cadell 'Gleaming Hilt' DDYMLLWG-[15685],2,7,8,9,23 son of Cadeym 'The Blessed' FENDIGAID -[15687] and <LIVING> -[19288], was born about 435 in Wales.

Cadell married Gwdfil Verch BRYCHAN -[15686] [MRIN:8297] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788282589704       i.   Cynan 'The Renown' GLODRYDD -[15683] (born about 470 in Wales)


273576565179409. Gwdfil Verch BRYCHAN-[15686] 2,7,8,9,23 was born about 439 in Wales.

Gwdfil married Cadell 'Gleaming Hilt' DDYMLLWG -[15685] [MRIN:8297] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565179520. Budig II King Of BRITTANY-[17376],2,7,8,9,23 son of Erich Ap Aldrien King Of BRITTANY -[17377], died about 544.

Budig married Elaine Verch Gwyrlys Of BRITTANY -[17387] [MRIN:9127] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788282589760       i.   Hoel I 'The Great' Of BRITTANY -[17375] (born about 491 - died about 545)


273576565179521. Elaine Verch Gwyrlys Of BRITTANY-[17387] 2,7,8,9.,23

Elaine married Budig II King Of BRITTANY -[17376] [MRIN:9127] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576565179524. Cadwallon 'The Longhanded' Ap EINION-[11442],2,7,8,9,23 son of Einion 'The Impetuous' Ap CUNEDDA -[11443] and Prawst Verch TIDLET -[15701], was born about 442 in Wales and died in 517 at age 75.

General Notes: Ref: Wurts, "Magna Charta, Vol. III"

Caswallon the Longhanded, Prince of North Wales, extended his father'skingdom and died in 517.

Cadwallon married Meddyf Verch MAEDAF -[15700] [MRIN:6084] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788282589762       i.   Maelgwn 'The Tall' Ap , King Of Gwynedd CADWALLON -[11441] (born about 470 in North Wales - died in 547)


273576565179525. Meddyf Verch MAEDAF-[15700] 2,7,8,9,23 was born about 446 in Nanconwy, Arllechwedd, Caernarvon, Wales.

Meddyf married Cadwallon 'The Longhanded' Ap EINION -[11442] [MRIN:6084] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576582258688. Kavadh I King Of PERSIA-[18432],2,7,8,9,23 son of Firuz Of PERSIA -[18431], died about 531.

General Notes: Kavadh I proved himself a vigorous ruler. He restored peace and order inthe land. A campaign against the Romans (502) resulted in the destructionof Amida, but another inroad by the Hephthalites in the east compelledhim to ratify a peace treaty with the Byzantines.

Toward the close of his reign, in 527, he resumed the war and defeatedthe Byzantine general Belisarius at Callinicum (531) with the support ofal-Mundhir II of al-Hirah. Earlier in his reign he had moved away fromthe Zoroastrian church and favoured Mazdak, the founder of a newsocio-religious movement that had found support among the people. Thecrown prince, Khosrow, however, was an orthodox Zoroastrian; toward theend of his father's reign, in collaboration with the chief mobed, hecontrived the condemnation of the Mazdakites, who were destroyed in agreat massacre (528).
Source: www.eb.com

Kavadh married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291129344       i.   Khosrow I 'The Just' King Of The SASANIANS -[18433] (died about 579)


273576582299744. Marcomir Duke Of The East FRANKS-[10869],2,7,8,9,23 son of Clodius I Duke Of The East FRANKS -[10871], was born about 347 in Germany and died in 404 at age 57.

Marcomir married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291149872       i.   Pharamond King Of WESTPHALIA -[10868] (born about 370 in Westphalia, Germany - died in 428 in Westphalia, Germany)


273576582300160. Clodion 'Long Haired' King Of The FRANKS-[10867],2,7,8,9,23 son of Pharamond King Of WESTPHALIA -[10868], was born about 380 in Westphalia, Germany and died in 447 in Tournai, Hainault, Belgium at age 67.

Clodion married 2,7,8,9.,23

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Gigermerus I Of The FRANKS -[10429].

136788291150080      ii.   Merovee I 'The Young King Of FRANKS -[10865] (born between 410 and 411 in Tounai, Hainault, Belgium - died between 457 and 459 in Tournai, Hainault, Belgium)


273576582512640. Alrek AGNASON-[13816],2,7,8,9,23 son of Agni DAGSSON -[13819] and Skjalf FROSTASDOTTIR -[13820], was born about 466 in Sweden.

Alrek married Dagreid DAGSDOTTIR -[13817] [MRIN:7488] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291256320       i.   Yngvi ALREKSSON -[13815] (born about 445 in Sweden)


273576582512641. Dagreid DAGSDOTTIR-[13817] 2,7,8,9.,23

Dagreid married Alrek AGNASON -[13816] [MRIN:7488] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576583864704. Ferreolus Of ROME-[11584] 2,7,8,9,23.,410

General Notes: Source: Frederick Lewis Weis & Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Ancestral Rootsof certain American colonists..., (Edition 7, Genealogical PublishingCompany, Baltimore, 1992), 180-2.

Ferreolus married Dau. Of SYAGRIUS -[14860] [MRIN:6200] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932352       i.   Tonantius , Consul Of Rome FERREOLUS -[11640] (born about 420 - died after 453)


273576583864705. Dau. Of SYAGRIUS-[14860],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Flavius Afranius , Senator Of Rome SYAGRIUS -[15117].

Dau. married Ferreolus Of ROME -[11584] [MRIN:6200] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576583864706. Marcus Maecilius , Emperor Of Rome AVITUS-[11642],2,7,8,9,23 son of Consul Of Rome AGRICOLA -[18119], was born about 400 and died about Oct 456 at age 56.

Marcus married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932353       i.   Papianille Of ROME -[11641] (born about 453)


273576583864716. Betton Of The FRANKS-[11648],2,7,8,9,23 son of Parovius Of The FRANKS -[11652], was born about 525.

Betton married Austregilde Aiga Of The FRANKS -[11649] [MRIN:6245] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932358       i.   Richomer Of The FRANKS -[11960] (born about 555)


273576583864717. Austregilde Aiga Of The FRANKS-[11649],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Pastor Of The FRANKS -[11650] and Ragnora Of The FRANKS -[11651].

Austregilde married Betton Of The FRANKS -[11648] [MRIN:6245] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576583864718. THEODEBALD -[11962],2,7,8,9,23 son of AGIVALD -[12480] and UNKNOWN -[19184].

THEODEBALD married UNKNOWN -[11963] [MRIN:6462] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932359       i.   Gertrude Of The FRANKS -[11961] (died in Dec 649)

THEODEBALD next married UNKNOWN -[19180] [MRIN:6463] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932359       i.   Gertrude Of The FRANKS -[11961] (died in Dec 649)


273576583864719. UNKNOWN -[19180] 2,7,8,9.,23

UNKNOWN married THEODEBALD -[11962] [MRIN:6463] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576583865344. Theodon I Duke Of BAVARIA-[12040] 2,7,8,9,23 died about 500.

Theodon married GLEISNOD -[12041] [MRIN:5181] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788291932672       i.   Theodon II Duke Of BAVARIA -[10394] (died in 537)


273576583865345. GLEISNOD -[12041] 2,7,8,9.,23

GLEISNOD married Theodon I Duke Of BAVARIA -[12040] [MRIN:5181] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576584003584. Angengeat [Angeltheow] Of GERMANY-[15421],2,7,8,9,23 son of Offa Of GERMANY -[15422] and <LIVING> -[19223], was born about 386 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany.

Angengeat married <LIVING> -[15435] [MRIN:8214] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788292001792       i.   Eomaer Of GERMANY -[15420] (born about 413 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany)

Angengeat next married <LIVING> -[19224] [MRIN:8215] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788292001792       i.   Eomaer Of GERMANY -[15420] (born about 413 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany)


273576584003585. <LIVING> -[19224] 2,7,8,9.,23

<LIVING> married Angengeat [Angeltheow] Of GERMANY -[15421] [MRIN:8215] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576589000960. Wisimar King Of The HERULI-[14294],2,7,8,9,23 son of Alberic I King Of The HERULI -[14296], died in 340.

Wisimar married Amalasunta Of SAXONY -[14295] [MRIN:7735] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788294500480       i.   Miecislaus I King Of The HERULI -[14278] (died in 388)


273576589000961. Amalasunta Of SAXONY-[14295] 2,7,8,9.,23

Amalasunta married Wisimar King Of The HERULI -[14294] [MRIN:7735] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576589001024. EUTROPIOUS -[12180] 2,7,8,9.,23

EUTROPIOUS married CLAUDIA -[12181] [MRIN:6617] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788294500512       i.   Flavius Valerius , Roman Emperor CONSTANTIUS -[12170] (born in 242 - died on 25 Jul 306 in Eboracum (York) England)


273576589001025. CLAUDIA -[12181] 2,7,8,9.,23

CLAUDIA married EUTROPIOUS -[12180] [MRIN:6617] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576589001026. Cole II (Coel) King Of BRITAIN-[10882],2,7,8,9,23 son of Marius (Cyllin) Of Britain King Of SILURIA -[10883] and Julia Dau. Of BOADICEA -[10423], was born in 220 of Colchester, England and died in 262 at age 42.

Cole married Strada 'The Fair' Of CUMBRIA -[15358] [MRIN:5639] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788294500513       i.   HELENA [ST. HELENA OF THE CROSS] AKA -[12171] (born in 248 in Britain - died in 328)


273576589001027. Strada 'The Fair' Of CUMBRIA-[15358],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Cadvan Of CUMBRIA -[15826] and Gladys Of BRITAIN -[15827], was born in 225 in Cumbria, England.

Strada married Cole II (Coel) King Of BRITAIN -[10882] [MRIN:5639] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576589001152. Vultwulf Of The VISIGOTHS-[10235],2,7,8,9,23 son of ACHIULF -[17613].

General Notes: 1 NAME /VULTWULF/

Vultwulf married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788294500576       i.   Valaravus Of The VISIGOTHS -[10234]


273576658839552. Hmayeak MAMIKONIAN-[15329],2,7,8,9,23 son of Vard Viceroy Of Armenia MAMIKONIAN -[15330], was born about 490 and died about 555 at age 65.

Hmayeak married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788329419776       i.   Mousegh MAMIKONIAN -[15328] (born about 530 - died about 593)


273576658839744. 2nd Gt-Grandson Of Arschawir Of KAMSARAKAN-[18173],2,7,8,9,23 son of Gt-Grandson Of Arschawir Of KAMSARAKAN -[18172], was born about 560.

2nd married 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788329419872       i.   Arschawir I Of KAMSARAKAN -[18174] (born about 590)


273576665975808. Leovigild (Leodegild) King Of The VISIGOTHS-[10175],2,7,8,9,23 son of Amalaric II Of The VISIGOTHS -[13181] and Clotilda Of The VISIGOTHS -[16589], was born about 519 and died about 586 at age 67.

Leovigild married Theodosia Of ITALY -[10179] [MRIN:4955] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975809. Theodosia Of ITALY-[10179],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Severinius Count Of CARTAGENA -[10180] and Theodora Of ITALY -[10189].

Theodosia married Leovigild (Leodegild) King Of The VISIGOTHS -[10175] [MRIN:4955] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975810. \\ -[11674],2,7,8,9,23 son of Clothaire I King Of SOISSONS -[11670] and Ingonde Of THURINGIA -[11671].

\\ married Brunhilda Of The VISIGOTHS -[10172] [MRIN:4954] in 566 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975811. Brunhilda Of The VISIGOTHS-[10172],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Athanagild King Of The VISIGOTHS -[10668], was born before 537 in Toledo, Spain and died in Oct 613 near Dijon, France about age 76.

General Notes: Frankish queen, wife of Sigebert I of the East Frankish kingdom ofAustrasia; daughter of Athanagild, the Visigothic king of Spain. Afterthe murder (567) of her sister Galswintha, who was the wife of Sigebert'sbrother Chilperic I of the West Frankish kingdom of Neustria, andChilperic's marriage to his mistress Fredegunde, Brunhilda was the majorinstigator in the war against Neustria.

The struggle continued between Brunhilda and Fredegunde after the death(575) of Sigebert and the murder (584) of Chilperic.

Throughout the reigns of her son, Childebert II, and of two grandsons,Brunhilda was the actual ruler of Austrasia and of Burgundy, when by herdesign that country was united with Austrasia after the death (592) ofKing Guntram.

She was endowed with the gifts of a great statesman, but herunscrupulousness in the execution of her plans earned her the fiercehatred of the nobles, whom she nonetheless controlled. She was finallybetrayed by them to Fredegunde's son, Clotaire II of Neustria. He put herto a horrible death.

The Columbia Encyclopedia, Fifth Edition

Brunhilda married \\ -[11674] [MRIN:4954] in 566 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975824. Amalaric II Of The VISIGOTHS-[13181],2,7,8,9,23 son of Arevagni Of The OSTROGOTHS -[11661].

Amalaric married Clotilda Of The VISIGOTHS -[16589] [MRIN:4962] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975825. Clotilda Of The VISIGOTHS-[16589] 2,7,8,9.,23

Clotilda married Amalaric II Of The VISIGOTHS -[13181] [MRIN:4962] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665975826. Severinius Count Of CARTAGENA-[10180] 2,7,8,9,23 was born in Carthage, North Arfica.

Severinius married Theodora Of ITALY -[10189] [MRIN:4964] 2,7,8,9.,23

Children from this marriage were:

136788332987913       i.   Theodosia Of ITALY -[10179]

                     ii.   ST. ISIDORE -[10226].


273576665975827. Theodora Of ITALY-[10189],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Theodoric'the Great'of Italy King Of VISIGOTHS -[10227] and Theodora Of The GOTHS -[10229].

Theodora married Severinius Count Of CARTAGENA -[10180] [MRIN:4964] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665977986. Chlotaire II 'The Young' Of The FRANKS-[14537],2,7,8,9,23 son of Chilperic I King Of The FRANKS -[11667] and Fredegonde Queen Of The FRANKS -[11668], was born in Jun 584 in Paris, Seine, France and died on 28 Sep 628 in Paris, Seine, France at age 44.

General Notes: Frankish king, son of Chilperic I and Fredegunde. He succeeded (584) hisfather as king of Neustria, but his mother ruled for him until her death(597). In 613, after the death of his cousin Theodoric II, king ofAustrasia, he was called in by Austrasian nobles to assume rule.

He thus became king of all the Franks. He put Brunhilda to death,restored peace with the help of the nobility, and was compelled to grant(614) a charter giving far-reaching privileges to nobles and clergy.
He was also forced to agree that each of the component parts of theFrankish lands, Austrasia, Neustria, and Burgundy, was to have its ownmayor of the palace; the mayors of the palace were the chief royaladministrators. In 623 he sent his son Dagobert I to be king ofAustrasia. Dagobert later succeeded to
all the Frankish lands.

The Columbia Encyclopedia, Fifth Edition

Chlotaire married Bertrude Of The FRANKS -[14538] [MRIN:6460] 2,7,8,9.,23

Chlotaire next married Hadeltrude Of The FRANKS -[15372] [MRIN:7843] in 601 in Soissons, Aisne, Picardie, France 2,7,8,9.,23 Hadeltrude was born in 586 in Soissons, Aisne, Picardie, France and died in 604 in Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandy, France at age 18.

273576665977987. Bertrude Of The FRANKS-[14538],2,7,8,9,23 daughter of Richomer Of The FRANKS -[11960] and Gertrude Of The FRANKS -[11961], was born about 582 in Nuestria, France and died in 618 at age 36.

Bertrude married Chlotaire II 'The Young' Of The FRANKS -[14537] [MRIN:6460] 2,7,8,9.,23

273576665977988. Arnoald Bishop Of METZ-[13458],2,7,8,9,23 son of Ansbertus 'The Senator' Of SCHELDE -[13453] and Bilichilde Of COLOGNE -[13454], was born about 611 in Saxony, Germany and died in 640 at age 29.

Arnoald married ODA -[13459] [MRIN:7345] 2,7,8,9.,23

The child from this marriage was:

136788332988994       i.   Walchigise Of VERDUN -[16749] (born about 611 in Verdun, Austrasia, France)


273576665977989. ODA -[13459] 2,7,8,9.,23

ODA married Arnoald Bishop Of METZ -[13458] [MRIN:7345] 2,7,8,9.,23

273606655606784. Yngvi ALREKSSON-[57497],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Alrek AGNASSON -[57509] and Dagreid DAGSSON -[57503], was born about 466 in , Sweden. 76

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 166; Kraentzler 1671.

Yngvi married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136803327803392       i.   Jorund YNGVASSON -[57506] (born about 487 in , Sweden)


273606655614976. Bodo Of The SAXONS King Of Saxons-[57736],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Marbod Of The SAXONS -[57948], died in 260 76 .

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1675, 1686.
K: Bodo, King of the Saxons. Died 260.

Bodo married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136803327807488       i.   Vechta Of The SAXONS King Of Saxons -[57216] (born before 300 - died in 350)


273615878622304. Cinhil Quintillus Ap CLUIM-[28610],2,7,8,9,43 son of Cluim Clemens Ap CURSALEN -[28611], was born in 325 and died on an unknown date.

Cinhil married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807939311152       i.   CYNLOYP -[28609] (born in 355 - died)


273615878622464. Aloc Of SCANDINAVIA-[41719],2,7,8,9,43 son of Bernic Of SCANDINAVIA -[41720], was born in 345 and died.

Aloc married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807939311232       i.   Ingui Of SCANDINAVIA -[41718] (born in 380 - died)


273615878622604. Cwch CYCHWEIN-[41737] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

Cwch married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807939311302       i.   Tallwch Ap CWCH -[41736] (died)


273615891726336. Muiredach Maceogain O'NEILL King Of Ui Neill-[59155],2,7,8,9,43 son of Eogan Find Macneill King Of DAL N'ARAIDE -[59156], died about 480.

Muiredach married Erca Marca Princess Of DAL RIATA -[28628] [MRIN:16065] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

273615891726337. Erca Marca Princess Of DAL RIATA-[28628],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Eochaid King Of DAL RIATA -[28629], was born in 426 and died on an unknown date.

Erca married Muiredach Maceogain O'NEILL King Of Ui Neill -[59155] [MRIN:16065] 2,7,8,9.,43

Erca next married LORN -[31388] [MRIN:16066] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615891726340. Echu Eochaid Mugmedon King Of IRELAND-[28623],2,7,8,9,43 son of Eochaidh Muigh Meadhoin King Of IRELAND -[59159] and INNE -[59158], died on an unknown date.

Echu married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807945863170       i.   Brion Mugmedon King Of IRELAND -[28624] (died on an unknown date)


273615894577152. Theodemir -[5760] 2,7,8,9,46 was born about 374 and died on 15 Aug 414 at age 40.

Theodemir married Blesinde -[5762] [MRIN:2191] 2,7,8,9.,46

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947288576       i.   King, Clodion Of Salic Franks -[5605] (born in 398 - died in 448)


273615894577153. Blesinde -[5762] 2,7,8,9.,46

Blesinde married Theodemir -[5760] [MRIN:2191] 2,7,8,9.,46

273615894580224. Theodon Of BAVARIA-[33489] 2,7,8,9,43 was born in 425 and died in 511 at age 86.

Theodon married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290112       i.   Theodon I Duke Of BAVARIA -[57306] (born about 450 - died in 537)


273615894580276. Attila "The Scourge Of God" The HUN King Of The Huns-[46206],2,7,8,9,43 son of Mundzuk, Prince Of The HUNS -[57279] and Irene COMNENA -[57289], was born in 392 and died in 454 at age 62.

The married Julia Gratia HONORIA -[46207] [MRIN:28247] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290138       i.   Elak The HUN -[46204] (born in 416 - died in 451)

The next married Gundred Of BURGUNDY -[57278] [MRIN:28250] 2,7,8,9.,43 Gundred was born about 420 in France and died.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

                      i.   Ernak, King Of The HUNS -[57277] was born about 445 in Hungary and died in 476 at age 31.

The next married Kriemhilt -[57288] [MRIN:28251] 2,7,8,9.,43 Kriemhilt was born about 410 in Romania and died.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

                      i.   Bel-Kermek, Prince Of The HUNS -[57287] was born about 430 in Hungary and died after 475 after age 44.


273615894580277. Julia Gratia HONORIA-[46207],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Constantius III Emperor Of The ROME -[50665] and Aelia Galla PLACIDA -[59589], died.

Julia married Attila "The Scourge Of God" The HUN King Of The Huns -[46206] [MRIN:28247] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615894581248. Clodius IV Duke Of The East FRANKS-[49133],2,7,8,9,43 son of Dagobert II Duke Of The East FRANKS -[49143], was born in 324 and died in 389 76 at age 65.

General Notes: 1 NAME Clodius I of the East /Franks/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXTDate of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE BEF. 379 2 SOUR S033320 3DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1772, 1773, 1809; Pfafman; AF.
K: Clodius I, Duke of the East Franks. Also King of the SalistianFranks. Died 378 (line 1773) and 389 (line 1809).
Pfafman: Clodius I, Duke of the East Franks 379-389. Died 389.

Clodius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290624       i.   Marcomir Duke Of The East FRANKS -[49122] (born in 347 - died in 404)


273615894581252. Dagobert II King Of The Salic FRANKS-[49007],2,7,8,9,43 son of Clodius IV King Of The FRANKS -[49018], was born in 325 and died in 389 76 at age 64.

General Notes: 1 NAME Dagobert III of the East /Franks/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXTDate of Import: Jan 17, 2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1772; Pfafman.
Pfafman: Dagobert, 1st Duke of East Franks under the Romans. Died 389.
K: Dagobert was the first Duke under the Romans.

Dagobert married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290626       i.   Genebald King Of The Salic FRANKS -[49001] (born in 354 - died in 419)


273615894581268. Aegidius -[27989] 2,7,8,9,43 was born about 350 and died in Soisson, Gaul.

Aegidius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290634       i.   Flavius Africanus SYAGRIUS Gallo-Roman Consul -[27785] (born in 381 - died in Gaul)


273615894581328. Giolahaire (Giolahainede) Of BURGUNDY-[27347],2,7,8,9,43 son of Godomar Of BURGUNDY -[27350], was born about 360.

Giolahaire married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290664       i.   Gundicus King Of BURGUNDY -[48920] (born in 385 in Oder Vistula River Region Of Germany - died in 436 in Burgundy)


273615894581330. Atanarich King Of The West GOTHS-[27990],2,7,8,9,43 son of Hrothisteus Of The West GOTHS -[27991], died in 381.

Atanarich married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290665       i.   Hrothildis Of The West GOTHS -[57585] (died)


273615894581334. Walia King Of The VISIGOTHS-[31976] 2,7,8,9,43 was born in 380 and died in 425 at age 45.

Walia married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290667       i.   Daughter Of Walia Of The VISIGOTHS -[31975] (born in 410 - died)


273615894581336. Fredemundus Of The Salic FRANKS-[31784],2,7,8,9,43 son of Pharamond King Of WESTPHALIA -[48984] and Argotta Princess Of The Salic FRANKS -[48992], died.

Fredemundus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290668       i.   Ermengaire (Edeko) Nascien I, Prince Of SEPTIMANIA -[31783] (born about 415 - died)


273615894581338. Valia (Walia, Wallia) King Of The OSTROGOTHS-[56619],2,7,8,9,43 son of Winithar King Of The OSTROGOTHS -[48847], was born in 380 and died in 425 at age 45.

Valia married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290669       i.   Princess Of The OSTROGOTHS -[27737] (born about 416 in Toledo, Castile, Ostrogoth Empire In Spain - died)


273615894581340. Procopius II -[27735],2,7,8,9,43 son of Senator, Anthemius Praetorian Prefect Of The East -[55732], was born before 366 and died after 420 about age 54.

Procopius married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807947290670       i.   Anthemius Emperor Of ROME -[27736] (born about 420 - died on 11 Jul 472)


273615894581342. Flavius Valerius Marcian Emperor Of ROME-[27743] 2,7,8,9,43 was born in 396 in Thrace and died in 457 in Constantinople at age 61.

General Notes: Early Life and Accession

Relatively little is known about Marcian before his accession to thethrone. He was most probably an Illyrian by birth, although one sourceclaims that he was a Thracian. Born in 392, he, like many other publicmen from that region, made his career in the military. His father hadbeen a soldier and Marcian first served in the city of Philippopolis inThrace. From there, Marcian as a tribune went with his unit to fight thePersians in 421-2, but he apparently became ill in Lycia and never sawaction in the campaign.

From this relatively inauspicious beginning, he served as personalassistant (domesticus) to the emperor's commander-in-chief (magisterutriusque militiae), Aspar. This placed Marcian in the highest militarycircles, but certainly did not provide him with any singular distinction.In the early 430's, he served with Aspar in Africa and was apparentlycaptured by the Vandals. In one fanciful story, no doubt a creation oflater writers, Marcian supposedly met the Vandal king, Gaiseric, whopredicted that he would one day be emperor. After his capture, we know nomore of his career before his accession to the throne in 450.

With the death of Theodosius II under somewhat mysterious circumstances,the imperial succession was thrown open to question for the first time inover 60 years. Theodosius had left no available heir: his one survivingchild, Licinia Eudoxia, had married Valentinian III. According to aseventh century source, the emperor on his deathbed willed Marcian to behis heir, but this story was almost assuredly a product of propagandaafter the event. Whatever the case, Aspar engineered his candidacy withthe agreement of Theodosius' sister, Pulcheria Augusta, who married theformer tribune. With the support of the last representative of theTheodosian house in the east and the head general, Marcian received thesupport of the Senate and the armies. On August 25, 450, Pulcheriaherself gave him the imperial diadem, an unique event implying that anAugusta shared in the imperial power. In return, Marcian swore to respecther virginity and be a staunch champion of religious orthodoxy. ThatPulcheria's virginity remained intact indicates the political nature ofthis marriage. Quickly thereafter, he had his only daughter, Aelia MarciaEuphemia, marry the future western emperor, Anthemius.

Religious Policies

Shortly after his accession, Marcian called the Fourth Ecumenical Councilat Chalcedon, held in late 451. Bishops and their representativeswrestled with the religious controversies surrounding the beliefs ofNestorius, Eutyches and other monophysite thinkers who questioned thenature of Christ. The assembled orthodox clerics condemned monophysitismoutright, holding to the belief that Christ had one nature, both humanand divine. Marcian had pushed to the fore the views of Pope Leo (fromthe so-called Tome of Leo), no doubt hoping that the bishop of Rome wouldin turn support his reign with Valentinian III (Valentinian gave onlylukewarm recognition to his imperial colleague). Whatever the rationalebehind his support, the western--that is, papal--position was forwardedand declared orthodox by the council.

Nor was the emperor afraid to back up the council's decision. WhenPalestinian monks rose in revolt in 453, Marcian sent troops on a regularcampaign to quell the insurrection. He also insured the installation ofthe new archbishop, Proterius, in Alexandria after similar violence inthat city.

The council at Chalcedon was also important because it more clearlyoutlined the increasing split between east and west. Pope Leo's legateshad been the only western representatives at a supposedly ecumenicalcouncil, signifying the degree to which the west was distracted by itsown religious and political concerns. The council had also passed a canonover the objections of Leo which gave the archbishop at Constantinopleofficial oversight over the whole east. This would prove a key stickingpoint in later years and helped to separate the two halves ofChristendom.

In addition to the Fourth Ecumenical Council, Marcian also supported hiswife's extensive building projects until her death in July of 453.Unsurprisingly, they were all churches and Pulcheria did much to furtherthe mother of God (theotokos) cult.

Political and Military Policies

Marcian's reign began with an immediate change in policy toward Attilaand the Huns. In the last years of Theodosius II, the chamberlain andguardian (spatharius), Chrysaphius, had largely been the architect ofappeasement in regards to the Hunnic confederation, paying out hugeindemnities as safeguards against potential attack. Shortly afterMarcian's coronation, Chrysaphius was either murdered or executed, andthe new emperor refused to pay any more subsidies.

Marcian's decision had been ill-conceived, but as it turned out, it wasenormously successful. The senatorial aristocracy, which had beenstrongly opposed to treating with barbarians, heartily supported thisaction. More importantly, Attila became too absorbed in western imperialpolitics to deal with the recalcitrant Marcian, although the Huns mayhave also thought that the western court was an easier target to bullyand extort money from. And before Attila could refocus his attention onthe east, he died and his empire disintegrated. The emperor quicklyformed alliances with those peoples previously under Hunnic domination,especially the Ostrogoths, to thwart their re-emergence. Indeed, theemperor even permitted these peoples to settle as federates in Pannonia,Thrace and Illyricum. Marcian's policy also resulted in saving theimperial treasury enormous sums: at the end of his reign, Marcian lefthis successor 100,000 pounds of gold.

Little other military action happened during his tenure, although therewere some campaigns against Saracens in Syria and against the Blemmyes inEgypt. The lack of any long-term, large-scale wars with the Persians,Huns or others also meant that the emperor was able to amass more fundsthan might otherwise have occurred. But it seems, too, that the emperortried to avoid confrontation: the assassination of Valentinian III andthe subsequent Vandal sack of Rome in 455 was met with muted silence fromthe east. The emperor contented himself with sending an embassy toGaiseric requesting the return of the empress, Eudoxia, and herdaughters.

Marcian did remain largely beholden to Aspar, however. Perhaps because ofhis support, Marcian made the general a patrician. The emperor alsoappointed his son, Ardabur, the commander-in-chief for the East (magisterutriusque militiae per Orientem) and perhaps made him a patrician aswell. It is difficult to tell whether they dictated policy, but it seemsthat if they did, Aspar and his son were for the most part careful not tostep on the political toes of Constantinople's ruling class. Despite thegeneral's power, there was still a strong anti-Germanic sentiment amongthe aristocracy.

Towards the end of his reign in 456, Marcian heavily censured the Greensthroughout the Eastern Roman Empire, one of the two circus factionscontinually at war with one another. When they showed their displeasureat the emperor's patronage of the Blues, he forbade the Greens fromholding any administrative or public posts for three years. SinceChrysaphius had favored the Greens, these actions may have had a dynasticaspect to them.

Financial and Legal Reforms

Most of Marcian's financial policies were designed to placate thesenatorial aristocracy and in those policies, he was also verysuccessful. The one tax upon senatorial wealth, the collatio glebalis,was abolished, more easily accomplished since the emperor no longersubsidized the Huns. Of equal importance to the senatorial elite, Marcianended many of the financial obligations owed by holders of the oldrepublican offices. Praetors and consuls normally had to put on largepublic games, the latter also having to distribute wealth to the generalpublic of Constantinople. Now only the highest-ranking senators, theillustres, were eligible to serve in these offices and they were notrequired to spend the huge sums of money that had been traditionallyassociated with holding them. The financial windfall for the aristocracywas great and since it had previously gone to public entertainmentsinstead of imperial coffers, the emperor could easily afford suchmunificence.

Marcian did try to address other financial issues, too. Upon hisaccession, he proclaimed a remission of all old monies owed to the state.Again, this probably benefited the wealthier classes, but it certainlyspread to a much broader spectrum of imperial society. Of equalimportance was a campaign against the sale of governmental offices. Thefact that the emperor Anastasius and others also tried to halt thispractice demonstrates the endemic nature of the problem. Nevertheless,his attempt was a recognition of a corrupt custom that led to othercorruptions.

His legal record is much less clear, although a few of his enactmentssurvive. Perhaps his most significant was a law rescinding a previous lawof the emperor Constantine, which had in turn been an extension of anAugustan law. Whereas it had been previously illegal for a member of thesenatorial class to marry a freeborn poor woman (humilis), Marcian nowpermitted such a match assuming that the lady in question was of goodmoral character. It was significant law not only in itself, but also to afuture law of the emperor Justin in the 520's, which allowed senators andother lowborn women (infames) to marry: that law permitted Justinian andTheodora to wed. Whether Marcian's decree was in reaction to a specificcase, however, is unknown.

Death and Assessment

In January of 457, Marcian died at the age of 65, supposedly of gangrenein the feet. Legend has it that he was also on a long religiousprocession on the eve of his death. The emperor was buried in the Churchof the Apostles next to his wife, Pulcheria. Despite the fact that he hadmarried his daughter to Anthemius, she had no Theodosian connection andhence lacked even the legitimacy that Marcian had gained throughmarriage. Anthemius did not succeed his father-in-law.

Later Byzantine writers looked back at Marcian's reign as something of agolden age. He had secured the political and financial security of theeast, had established the orthodox line that future emperors wouldsupport, and had achieved a fair amount of political harmony andstability within the capital city. These things were all real, but muchof his success must also be accorded to luck. The Persians and Huns wereabsorbed with other matters, no great natural disasters had crippled theresources of the government, and he was fortunate that there was arepresentative of the house of Theodosius to validate his position. It isalso clear that he steadfastly remained out of entanglements with thewest. In that sense, Marcian's rule was the conceptual end of auniversal--and unified--Roman Empire.

Sources and Bibliography

No true comprehensive descriptions of Marcian's life or reign survive.The Ecclesiastical History (Historia Ecclesiastica) of Evagrius offerssome important details of his early life, as does the Chronographia ofTheophanes. The decisions of the Council of Chalcedon can be found in theofficial Acta (E. Schwartz et al. eds., Acta Conciliorum Oecumenicorum v.2 [1932-8]). For the rest of his reign, the Chronicon Paschale, thechronicles of Marcellinus comes, the Lexicon of Suidas, the Chronographiaof John Malalas, and the fragmented history of Priscus are all valuablesources. John Lydus' Magistracies of the Roman People (De magistratibuspopuli Romani) also offers important information about the state'sfinances. Several laws survive: CJ i:39:2, xii:2:2, xii:3:2, and severalnovellae.

Bury, J.B. (1923) History of the Later Roman Empire from the death ofTheodosius I to the death of Justinian (New York).

Croke, B., (1978) "The Date and Circumstances of Marcian's Decease, A.D.457," Byzantion 48, 5-9.

Devos, P., (1976) "Saint Jean de Lycopolis et l'empereur Marcien,"Analecta Bollandiana 94, 303-16.

Holum, Kenneth (1982), Theodosian Empresses (Berkeley).

Jones, A.H.M. et al. (1970), The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire,vol. 1 (Cambridge).

Kohlfelder, R.L., (1984) "Marcian's Gamble: A Reassessment of EasternImperial Policy toward Attila AD 450-453," American Journal of AncientHistory 9, 54-69.

Martindale, J.R. (1980), The Prosopography of the Later Roman Empire,vol. 2 (Cambridge).

Thompson, E.A., (1950) "The Foreign Policies of Theodosius II andMarcian," Hermathena 76, 58-75.


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Flavius married St., Aelia PULCHERIA Augusta -[27744] [MRIN:15182] 2,7,8,9.,43

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136807947290671       i.   Aelia Marca Euphemia Of ROME -[27742] (born in 425 - died in 472)


273615894581343. St., Aelia PULCHERIA Augusta-[27744],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Flavius Arcadius Emperor Of CONSTANTINOPLE -[27746] and Aelia EUDOXIA -[27745], was born from 19 Jan 398 to 399 in Constantinople and died in 453 at age 55.

General Notes: Pulcheria Roman empress, regent for her younger brother Theodosius II(Eastern Roman emperor 408-450) from 414 to about 416, and an influentialfigure in his reign for many years thereafter. Arcadius (reigned383-408) and his wife, Eudoxia. Pulcheria assumed the regency upon herappointment as Augusta (empress) on July 4, 414, and the court she ruledwas characterized by extreme piety and chastity. In 421 she arranged themarriage of Theodosius with Athenais, who assumed the name Eudocia. Butthe two women quarreled about 440, and Eudocia in 443 withdrewpermanently to Jerusalem. The grand chamberlain Chrysaphius then acquiredthe dominant influence over Theodosius. When this adviser fell from powershortly before Theodosius' death (inJuly 450), Pulcheria again came intoprominence. She selected Marcian as Theodosius' successor and agreed tobecome his nominal wife in order to preserve the Theodosian dynasty. Oct.25, 451, she attended the Council of Chalcedon and wasloudly acclaimed bythe bishops assembled there. She builtseveral churches in Constantinopleand left all her possessionsto the poor.

Aelia married Flavius Valerius Marcian Emperor Of ROME -[27743] [MRIN:15182] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615894581824. Alaric I King Of The VISIGOTHS-[31984] 2,7,8,9,43 was born about 370 in Romania and died.

Alaric married 2,7,8,9.,43

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136807947290912       i.   Theodoric I King Of The VISIGOTHS -[31983] (born about 395 - died)


273615901426688. Frode II "The Pacific" King Of DENMARK-[28070],2,7,8,9,43 son of Danus Mykillati King Of Scandia & DENMARK -[28080] and Olufa Queen Of JUTLAND AND ZEALAND -[28071], was born in 364 and died on an unknown date.

The married 2,7,8,9.,43

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136807950713344       i.   Halfdan King Of DENMARK -[28069] (born in 390 - died on an unknown date)


273615901426834. Valentinian (Flavius Valentinianus) I Emperor Of ROME-[27339],2,7,8,9,43 son of Gratian -[27653], was born in 321 in Cibalis In Southern Pannonia and died on 17 Nov 375 in Brigetio, Pannonia Inferior at age 54.

General Notes: 1 NAME Flavius /Valentinianus/


Valentinian was one of Rome's last great warrior emperors. There was apower vacuum after the death of Julian, last ruler of the Neo-Flavianline. His immediate successor Jovian did not really survive long enoughto leave his stamp on late Roman society. In general terms, Valentinian’schallenge was to hold together an empire that had experienced sixty yearsof internal unrest, something which was of major import. His provincialorigins and Nicene Christianity put him at odds with the senatorialnobility in the west. Furthermore, he had to deal with the increasingregionalism of the empire, especially in Gaul, Britain, and Africa. EarlyLife Valentinian, whose full name was Flavius Valentinianus, was born inA.D. 321 at Cibalis (modern Vinkovci) in southern Pannonia. His fatherGratian was a soldier renowned for his strength and wrestling skills.Gratian had an illustrious career in the army, rising from staff officerto tribune, to comes Africae, and finally comes Britanniae. He wassuspected of graft while comes Africae, but nothing was ever proven.After he retired, Constantius II (337-60) confiscated his estates becausehe was suspected of having been a supporter of Magnentius. Gratian’salleged affiliation with Magnentius apparently did not keep Valentinianor his younger brother Valens from being able to enter the military, butit may have contributed to some early trouble for Valentinian.Valentinian embarked upon a military career, and, like his father, becamea victim of imperial politics. In 357 he was tribune of cavalry underJulian, Constantius II's Caesar in the west. In the intrigues surroundingJulian and Constantius, Valentinian and a colleague were accused ofundermining operations, and Constantius dismissed them from the service.Valentinian was married twice. His first wife, Severa, died some timeafter giving birth to Valentinian’s first son Gratian in 359, andValentinian married Justina, by whom he had Valentinian II, and twodaughters, Galla and Justa. When Julian died, Valentinian was recalled tomilitary service by Jovian. Upon his accession, Jovian sent Procopius, anotarius, and Memoridus to Gaul and Illyricum to install hisfather-in-law Lucillianus, in retirement at Sirmium, as magister equitumet peditum. Lucillianus in turn was to journey to Milan and secureJovian’s power in Italy and Gaul. Jovian supposedly gave Lucillianussecret instructions to handpick a select cadre of supporters. Two ofthese men were Valentinian and Seniauchus. One of this group’s missionswas to displace Jovinus, Julian’s magister armorum per Gallias, withMalarichus, a retired soldier and supporter of Jovian living in Italy. Inaddition they were to visit as many governors and military commanders aspossible and announce the successful end of the Persian campaign andJovian's succession. Malarichus, however, refused his commission, andLucillianus traveled on to Rheims where he began examining the accountsof one of Julian’s officials. The official (not named in extant sources)fled to the army in Gaul and spread rumors that Julian was still aliveand that Lucillianus was a rebel. In the riot that broke out, Seniauchusand Lucillianus were killed, and Valentinian barely escaped through thehelp of his friend Primitivus. By this time, Jovian had sent someadditional soldiers who secured peace in Gaul. As a result Valentinianwas promoted to command of the second Scutarii division.

Valentinian's Accession Jovian died on 17 February 364, apparently ofnatural causes, on the border between Bithynia and Galatia. The armymarched on to Nicaea, the nearest city of any consequence, and a meetingof civil and military officials was convened to choose a new emperor. Thenames of Aequitius, a tribune of the first Scutarii, and Januarius, arelative of Jovian’s in charge of military supplies in Illyricum, werebandied about. Both were rejected, Aequitius as too brutal, Januariusbecause he was too far away. The assembly finally agreed uponValentinian, and sent messengers to inform him, as he had been leftbehind at Ancyra with his unit. While awaiting the arrival ofValentinian, Aequitius and Leo, another Pannonian in charge ofdistributing supplies to the soldiers of Dagalaifus, magister equitum,managed to keep the “fickle” (mobilitas) soldiers from choosing anotheremperor. Valentinian arrived in Nicaea on 24 February 364, the bisextileday. This day was used every four years by the Romans to balance thecalendar much as we use the modern leap year day: the sixth day (countinginclusively) before the first of March was counted twice. According toAmmianus, this day was considered an ill-omened day to begin any newproceedings, so Valentinian put off his official acceptance until the dayafter the bisextile. Furthermore, the prefect Salutius declared that noofficial business could be conducted on the repeated day. The holidaywould have prevented any attempt to name another emperor beforeValentinian.

On 26 February 364, Valentinian accepted the office offered to him. As heprepared to make his accession speech, the soldiers threatened to riot,apparently uncertain as to where his loyalties lay. Valentinian reassuredthem that the army was his greatest priority. Furthermore, to prevent acrisis of succession if he should die prematurely, he agreed to pick aco-Augustus. According to Ammianus, the soldiers were astounded byValentinian’s bold demeanor and his willingness to assume the imperialauthority. His decision to elect a fellow-emperor could also be construedas a move to appease any opposition among the civilian officials in theeastern portion of the empire. By agreeing to appoint a co-ruler, heassured the eastern officials that someone with imperial authority wouldremain in the east to protect their interests.

After promoting his brother Valens to the rank of tribune and putting himin charge of the royal stables on March 1, Valentinian selected Valens asco-Augustus at Constantinople on 28 March 364, though this was done overthe objections of Dagalaifus. Ammianus makes it clear, however, thatValens was clearly subordinate to his brother. The remainder of 364 wasspent dividing up administrative duties and military commands.Valentinian retained the services of Jovinus and Dagalaifus, and promotedAequitius to comes Illyricum. In addition, he promoted Serenianus, aretired soldier and fellow Pannonian, to command of the domesticorumscholae. Several sources mention the division of administrative spheresbetween the two brothers, but Ammianus is the most specific. According toAmmianus, Valens was given the Prefecture of the Orient, governed bySalutius, while Valentinian gained control of the Prefecture of the Gaulsand the Prefecture of Italy, Africa, and Illyricum. These latter threeareas were put together as one administrative unit under control of theprefect Mamertinus. Valens resided in Constantinople, while Valentinian’scourt was at Milan.

Roman Society under Valentinian Ammianus and Zosimus as well as modernscholars praise Valentinian for his military accomplishments. He isgenerally credited with keeping the Roman empire from crumbling away by“. . . reversing the generally waning confidence in the army and imperialdefense . . ..” Several other aspects of Valentinian's reign also set thecourse of Roman history for the next century. Valentinian deliberatelypolarized Roman society, subordinating the civilian population to themilitary. The military order took over the old prestige of the senatorialnobility. The imperial court, which was becoming more and more of amilitary court, became a vehicle for social mobility. There were newideas of nobility, which was increasingly provincial in character. Bythis it is meant that the imperial court, not the Senate, was the seat ofnobility, and most of these new nobles came from the provinces. With theerosion of the old nobility, the stage was set for the ascendancy ofChristianity. At the same time, the empire was becoming more and more ofa bureaucracy, with the emperor delegating authority to a chain ofofficials. These officials did not always perform their job well and, asa result, the provincial populations became increasingly alienated fromthe imperial government. They were crushed under the increasing burden oftaxation, and often the emperor, through his delegates, failed to providethe security for which the provincials' tribute was paying. Valentinian,Christianity, and Legislation Unlike his brother Valens, Valentinianrefused to become embroiled in the religious controversies of the time.Ammianus praised Valentinian for his religious neutrality. Valentinianrefused to get involved in the Arian controversy of the east, dismissinga deputation of eastern Nicene bishops who appealed to him to controlValens. Valentinian did, however, take a harsh stand against two of theheretical movements that had grown during the past century in the west.In 372 he forbade gatherings of Manichees in the city of Rome. Suchassemblies were to result in the death of the leaders, the exile of theothers, and confiscation of the property of all involved. In addition heofficially condemned Donatist bishops in Africa in 373. Theecclesiastical sources for this period generally have a favorable opinionof Valentinian. Jerome speaks in glowing terms, saying “Valentinian wasan excellent emperor in most cases and similar in character to Aurelian,save only that certain people interpreted his excessive strictness andparsimony as cruelty and greed.” Socrates and Orosius took the story ofhis dismissal from the military by Constantius II and turned him into amartyr of sorts. According to Sozomen, Valentinian was dismissed from themilitary by Julian, instead of Constantius II, for refusing to perform apagan ritual at a pagan shrine. Less accurately, Theoderet, Sozomen, andSocrates praised Valentinian for installing Ambrose as bishop of Milan.Ambrose’s predecessor, Auxentius, had been an Arian.

Valentinian, however, was not uniformly friendly towards Christianity.For example, he ordered Symmachus, praefectus urbi of Rome in 365, to putto death and confiscate the property of any Christians who becamecustodians of temples. It seems, however, that much of his legislationconcerning Christians was driven by fiscal motives, rather than any realconcern with religious doctrine. Any Manichees caught under the lawcontributed their property to the fisc, and the condemnation of theDonatists could really be seen as a condemnation of those who inhibitedthe collection of taxes from the African provinces. In other examples,Valentinian addressed a law to Damasus, Pope of Rome in 370, whichforbade ecclesiastics to marry widows or female wards of the state. Thepurpose of this law was to stop churchmen from obtaining the wealth ofsuch women through inheritance. On the other hand, Valentinian appears tohave given Christians special privileges. For example, in 370 he upheld alaw of Constantius II that exempted professed Nicene Christians in theAfrican provinces from obligatory municipal duties. Similarly, a law waspassed in 371 that those in the city of Rome who could prove that theywere ecclesiastics before the accession of Valentinian were exempt frommunicipal services.

Revenues lost by these measures had to be made up from other sources, andValentinian sought them from the senatorial order. In a law promulgatedon 18 October 365 in Paris and reaching Carthage on 18 January 366,Valentinian ordered Dracontius, vicarius Africae, to send out men tocollect taxes from those African estates which were owned by Romansenators. This law was in keeping with Valentinian’s general hostility tothe senatorial order.

Initially, it seemed that Valentinian actively sought to pacify the paganaristocracy at Rome by retaining the title pontifex maximus and bypassing legislation confirming toleration of the pagan practice ofdivination. In 371, however, he sanctioned a purge of the nobility by thepraefectus annonae Maximinus, whom he temporarily elevated to the officeof urban prefect for this purpose. Members of the aristocracy werebrought before Maximinus and Valentinian’s old friend Leo on charges suchas using magic, using poison, and adultery. Punishments ranged from exileto death. Ammianus cites many such cases, including those of the senatorsCethegus, killed for adultery, and Paphius and Cornelius, prosecuted andexecuted for using poison. The scale of Maximinus’ prosecutions was suchthat even children were tried. One Alypius, whom Ammianus describes asnobilis adulescens, was exiled for an offense Ammianus does not specify(and thus implies was trumped up), while Lollianus, son of the ex-prefectLampadius, was sentenced to exile for writing a book concerning thedestructive use of magic (noxiarum artium). Lampadius appealed toValentinian, who turned the case over to Phalangius, governor of Baetica,who sentenced Lollianus to death.

Ammianus makes it clear that actions such as these were part of asystematic plan by Valentinian to erode the power and prestige of thesenatorial aristocracy. It was at the request of Maximinus thatValentinian abrogated the right of persons of senatorial rank to appealcases to the emperor, a right that had already been strictly curtailedduring the reign of Ampelius, Maximinus’ predecessor as urban prefect. Hedid this by treating as treasonous such acts as adultery, use of magic,and poisoning. He also empowered Maximinus to use torture to extractconfessions from the accused. As with Lollianus, the appeals that wereheard often resulted in a harsher punishment than the original sentence.

Several pieces of extant legislation seem to confirm Ammianus’allegations that Valentinian was eroding senatorial prestige. In a law of364, Valentinian decreed that the equites now ranked in prestige onlybehind the senatorial order. In addition, these equites were exempt fromthe more onerous forms of compulsory service and senatorial taxes.Furthermore, a second law issued in 367 gave members of the imperialcourt the same privileges as senators. This law also established thatdischarged comites and tribunes could become senators.

In July of 372, Valentinian sent several pieces of legislation toAmpelius, praefectus urbi of Rome, putting members of the imperial courtand the military on equal footing with those who occupied places in thecivil administration. First, magistri peditum and magistri equitum wereto be of equal social prestige to praetorian prefects. In addition,quaestors, magistri officiorum, the comes sacrarum largitionum, the comesrerum privatarum, comites rei militaris, and magistri equitum outrankedproconsular governors. Finally, any member of the imperial courtoutranked vicarii.

Ammianus also observes that Valentinian’s main goal was to raise theprestige of the military. Zosimus confirms this by stating thatValentinian promoted many officers, and modified the system of taxcollection so that the army got its supplies more quickly. Valentinianissued several laws expressly intended to make the collection of taxeseasier. In 367, Valentinian instructed Probus that tax payments in kindcould now be made in three installments per annum or all at once. Inaddition, Valentinian raised the standard exactions. This increase intaxation alienated the provincials.

The African provinces illustrate this effect of Valentinian’s taxpolicies. When Romanus, as the military representative of the imperialgovernment, came to power in 363, he began exploiting the provincials inthe African diocese. When they refused to meet his exorbitant demands, heleft them to the vagaries of such peoples as the Austoriani. In addition,when Valentinian sent Palladius, a tribune and notarius, to investigate,Romanus split the stolen tax revenue with him to prevent Palladius fromreporting his misconduct to Valentinian. As a result of Romanus’ actions,the provincials balked at paying any taxes. The fact that Valentinian hadto resend the law directly to Dracontius, the vicarius of Africa in 367,confirms that the government was having a hard time in collecting itstribute. Valentinian was very distressed by the situation, dispatchingthe notarius Neoterius, the protector domesticus Masaucio, andGaudentius, a tribune of the Scutarii, to Africa in 365. Theodosius tooksteps to ameliorate the situation upon his arrival, declaring that theprovincials did not have to supply his army. He would take any supplieshe needed from the supporters of Firmus.

In addition, when Valentinian came to Pannonia in 375, the provincialstook the opportunity to complain bitterly about the oppression they hadsuffered under Probus, praetorian prefect for the region. According toAmmianus, the taxation was so onerous in Pannonia that many of theleading nobles fled, were imprisoned for debt, or killed themselves.There may have been similar unrest in Gaul, for Ammianus reported thatthere was an outbreak of civil unrest among the provincials there in 369,although he gives no details. Scholars such as Raymond Van Dam see suchprovincial outbreaks as signs that the imperial system was devolving tothe local level.

Assessment of Valentinian's Reign Valentinian's reign affords valuableinsights into late Roman society, civilian as well as military. First,there was a growing fracture between the eastern and western portions ofthe empire. Valentinian was the last emperor to really concentrate hisresources on the west. Valens was clearly in an inferior position in thepartnership. Second, there was a growing polarization of society, bothChristian versus pagan, and civil versus military. Finally there was agrowing regionalism in the west, driven by heavy taxation and theinability of Valentinian to fully exercise military authority in allareas of the west. All of these trends would continue over the nextcentury, profoundly reshaping the Roman empire and western Europe.

Noted events in his life were:

• AKA: Flavius Valentianus.

Valentinian married Iustina Of ROME -[27340] [MRIN:14782] 2,7,8,9.,43

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273615901426835. Iustina Of ROME-[27340],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Licinianus Of ROME -[48734], was born about 338.

Iustina married Valentinian (Flavius Valentinianus) I Emperor Of ROME -[27339] [MRIN:14782] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615901426850. Maximianus Herculeus Emperor Of ROME-[50676] 2,7,8,9,43 was born about 235 and died about 310 in Marseilles at age 75.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Maximianus Herculius' Early Career Perhaps born ca. 249/250A.D. in Sirmium in the area of the Balkans, Marcus Aurelius ValeriusMaximianus, more commonly known as Maximianus Herculius, had been asoldier before he put on the purple. A fellow soldier with theEmperorDiocletian, he had served in the military during the reigns of Aurelianand Probus. He may have served under Carus in Mesopotamia in 283 and itwas likely that he was with his future co-ruler Diocletian when thelatter was proclaimed emperor at Nicomedeia on 20 November 284. His wifeEutropia bore him two children: Maxentius and Fausta. An older daughter,Theodora, may have been a step daughter.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Family Connections When the Emperor Diocletiandetermined that the empire was too large for one man to govern on hisown, he made Maximianus his Caesar in 285/6 and elevated him to the rankof Augustus in perhaps the spring of 286. While Diocletian ruled in theEast, Maximian ruled in the West. In 293, in order to maintain and tostrengthen the stability of the empire, Diocletian appointed ConstantiusI Chlorus to serve Herculius as a Caesar in the West, while Galerius didthe same job in the East. This arrangement, called the "Tetrarchy", wasmeant not only to provide a stronger foundation for the two emperors'rule, but also to end any possible fighting over the succession to thethrone once the two senior Augusti had left the throne--a problem whichhad bedeviled the principate since the time of the Emperor Augustus. Tocement the relationship between Herculius and his Caesar, Constantiusmarried Maximianus' elder daughter Theodora. A decade later, Constantius'son Constantine would marry Herculius' younger daughter Fausta.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Military Activities To a large degree, Herculiusspent the early years of his reign engaging in lackluster campaigning.Although he was able to quell the Bagaudae fairly easily in 286, it waswith some measure of difficulty that he put down a German invasion ofGaul in the fall of the same year. Additionally, he appointed Carausiusto command his navy and to defeat the pirates; because of certainfinancial irregularities that had occurred during his successful tour,Carausius revolted and declared himself emperor. Britain and the northernpart of Gaul sided with the usurper. On his own, Maximanus was unable torepress him; he and his Praetorian Prefect Constantius attempted to dealwith both the on-going problem of Carausius and the continued Germanicincursions of his realm. As soon as Constantius was appointed Caesar in293, he recovered northern Gaul after he defeated Carausius near Bononiaand repressed any sparks of rebellion in the region. It was not until296, however, that the Caesar was able to recover Britain by defeatingCarausius' successor Allectus; while he campaigned in Britain, Maximianusstood watch on the Rhine. Between 297 and 299 the Augustus seems to havefought the Moors in Spain and taken the offensive against African tribesin the general area of Carthage. The emperor appears to have spent theremainder of his reign in a state of indolence in Milan or Aquileia andwas content to allow Constantius to shoulder the real burdens of stateincluding, among other things, the German threat.

BIOGRAPHY: In political matters, the emperor and his Caesar were verydifferent. Maximianus was allegedly very heavy handed when dealing withmembers of the Roman Senate, whereas his Caesar's relationship with thepatricians was apparently fairly good. Surprisingly, when faced with theedicts which provided the legal foundation for the "Great Persecution" in303, both Maximianus Herculius and Constantius seem to have been moremoderate in their dealings with Christians than Diocletian and Galeriuswho rigorously enforced the laws in the Eastern portion of the empire.The Caesar limited his actions to the demolition of churches.

BIOGRAPHY: Maximianus' Resignation On 1 May 305 Diocletian, atNicomedeia, and Maximianus Herculius, at Mediolanum, divested themselvesof the purple. Their resignations seem largely due to the almost fatalillness that Diocletian contracted toward the end of 304. Diocletianseems to have forced his colleague to abdicate. In any case, Herculiushad sworn an oath at the temple of Capitoline Jupiter to carry out theterms of the abdication. Constantius and Galerius were appointed asAugusti, with Maximinus Daia and Severus as the new Caesars. The retiredemperors then returned to private life. Diocletian's retirement was atSalonae in Dalmatia, while Herculius' retreat was either in Lucania orCampania.

BIOGRAPHY: Herculius' Swansong Herculius' retirement, however, was ofshort duration because, a little more than a year later on 28 October306, his son Maxentius was proclaimed emperor at Rome. To give his regimean aura of legitimacy, Maximianus was forced to affirm his son'sacclamation. When Galerius learned of Maxentius' rebellion, he sentSeverus against him with an army that had formerly been under hisfather's command. Maxentius invested his father with the purple again towin over his enemy's troops, a ruse which succeeded. Perhaps tostrengthen his own position, in 307 he went to Gaul and married hisdaughter Fausta to Constantine. When Constantine refused to becomeembroiled in the civil war between Galerius and Maxentius, Herculiusreturned to Rome in 308 and attempted to depose his son; however, he didnot succeed. When he was unable to convince Diocletian to take up thepurple again at a meeting in Carnuntum in late 308, he returned to hisson-in-law's side in Gaul. Although he was treated with all of therespect due a former emperor, he still desired to be more than afigurehead. He decided to seize the purple from Constantine when hisson-in-law least expected it. His opportunity came in the summer of 310when the Franks revolted. When Constantine had taken a small part of hisarmy into enemy territory, Maximianus proclaimed himself again emperorand paid the soldiers under his command a donative to secure theirloyalty. As soon as Constantine received news about Maximianus' revolt inJuly 310, he went south and reached Arelate before his father-in-lawcould mount a defense of the city. Although Maximianus fled to Massilia,his son-in-law seized the city and took Maximianus prisoner. Although hewas deprived of the purple, he was granted pardon for his crimes. Unableto endure the humiliation of his defeat, he attempted to have Constantinemurdered in his bed. The plot failed because he tried to get his daughterFausta's help in the matter; she chose to reveal the matter to herhusband. Because of this attempt on his son-in-law's life Maximianus wasdead by the end of July either by his own hand or on the orders of hisintended victim.

Maximianus married Eutropia -[55422] [MRIN:21617] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

273615901426851. Eutropia -[55422],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Flavius EUTROPIUS -[50678] and Claudia CRISPINA -[50679], was born about 235 and died in 325 at age 90.

Eutropia married Maximianus Herculeus Emperor Of ROME -[50676] [MRIN:21617] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615901426880. Wisimar King Of The HERULI-[50597],2,7,8,9,43 son of Alberic I King Of The HERULI -[50613], died about 340.

Wisimar married Amalasunta Of SAXONY -[50606] [MRIN:30655] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807950713440       i.   Miecislaus Of The VANDALS King Of Heruli -[50590] (born about 320 in Germany - died about 388)


273615901426881. Amalasunta Of SAXONY-[50606] 2,7,8,9.,43

Amalasunta married Wisimar King Of The HERULI -[50597] [MRIN:30655] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615901426912. Walaravens Prince Of The GOTHS-[48857],2,7,8,9,43 son of Vultwulf Prince Of The GOTHS -[48858], was born in 316.

General Notes: 1 NAME /Valervans/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan17, 2001

Walaravens married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807950713456       i.   Winithar King Of The OSTROGOTHS -[48847] (born in 345 - died in 420)


273615901435904. Snaer Jokulsson King Of FINLAND-[57475],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Jokull FROSTASSON -[58263], was born in 272 and died.

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 166; Kraentzler 1695.

Snaer married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:

                      i.   Driva SNAERSSON -[57501] was born about 302 in , Finland. 76

136807950717952      ii.   Thorri SNAERSSON -[43088] (born about 320 in Raumsdahl, Norway - died)


273615904473088. Hamazasp I MAMAKONIAN-[57533],2,7,8,9,43 son of Artashir III MAMAKONIAN -[57126], was born in 375 and died before 432 in Armenia before age 58.

Hamazasp married Sahakanoysh Souren Pahlav Of ARMENIA -[57541] [MRIN:33978] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807952236544       i.   St. Hmayeak MAMAKONIAN -[57361] (born in 410 in Armenia - died on 2 Jun 451)


273615904473089. Sahakanoysh Souren Pahlav Of ARMENIA-[57541],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of St. Isaac (Sahak) I "The Great" PAHLAV King In Armenia -[57696], was born about 375 and died.

Sahakanoysh married Hamazasp I MAMAKONIAN -[57533] [MRIN:33978] 2,7,8,9.,43

273615904473090. Vram Of ARTSRUNI-[27483] 2,7,8,9.,43

Vram married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807952236545       i.   Dzouk Of ARTSRUNI -[57436]


273615987671040. Labraid Laidech Macbressal BELACH-[59246],2,7,8,9,43 son of Bressal Belach Macfiachu King Of LEINSTER -[59247].

Labraid married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807993835520       i.   Endae Cennselach Maclabraid LAIDECH -[59245]


273615987744768. Muirchertach Macercae O'neill King Of IRELAND-[59153],2,7,8,9,43 son of Muiredach Maceogain O'NEILL King Of Ui Neill -[59155] and Erca Marca Princess Of DAL RIATA -[28628], died in 536.

Muirchertach married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136807993872384       i.   Domnall Macmuirchertaig King Of IRELAND -[59152] (died in 566)


273618407849984. Elesa Of SAXONY-[57120],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Esla (Elsa) King Of SAXONY -[57131], was born about 439 in Ancient Saxony, Northern Germany 76 and died in 530 at age 91.

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 233; Kraentzler 1674; Kirby; AF.
RC: Elesa (Elera) (male), of ancient Saxony.
K: Elesa. Born about 430.

Elesa married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809203924992       i.   Cerdic King Of WESSEX King, W. Saxons -[35640] (born about 467 in Wessex, England - died in 535 in Wessex, England)


273618407859456. Yazdagird II Sassanid King Of PERSIA-[50721],2,7,8,9,43 son of Bahram V Gor Sassanid King Of PERSIA -[50722], was born about 420 and died in 457 at age 37.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: Yazdegerd II (fl. 5th century), king of the Sasanian dynasty(reigned 438-457), the son and successor of Bahram V.

BIOGRAPHY: Although Yazdegerd was at first tolerant of the Christians, heremained a zealous Zoroastrian and later persecuted both Christians andJews. He was engaged in a short war with Rome in 442 and also foughtagainst the Kushans (Kusanas) and Kidarites in the east. Little else isknown of Yazdegerd's reign; he was succeeded in turn by two of his sons,Hormizd III and Firuz. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97, YAZDEGERD II]

Yazdagird married Dinak -[50720] [MRIN:30735] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809203929728       i.   Firuz V Sassanid King Of PERSIA -[50719] (died in 484 in Fell In Battle Against The Hephthalites; His Treasures And Family Were Captured, And The Country Was Devastated)


273618407859457. Dinak -[50720] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

Dinak married Yazdagird II Sassanid King Of PERSIA -[50721] [MRIN:30735] 2,7,8,9.,43

273618407907328. Eomer Of The ANGLES-[28385],2,7,8,9,43 son of Angletheow Of The ANGLES -[28386], died on an unknown date.

Eomer married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809203953664       i.   Icel Of The Angles King Of MERCIA -[28384] (died on an unknown date)


273618584223744. Olaf "The Mild" VERMUNDSSON-[57596],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Vermund "The Wise" FRODASSON -[57594], was born about 391 in Of, Denmark 76 and died on an unknown date.

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 324; Kraentzler 1684; AF. AF calls him Olaf the Mild.

The married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809292111872       i.   Dan The Proud OLAFSSON -[57592] (born about 412 in , Denmark - died on an unknown date)


273618591875076. Braccaneoc Ap CAELBADH-[57673] 2,7,8,9,43.,76

Braccaneoc married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295937538       i.   Bryccan Ap BRACCANEOC King Of Ulster -[57672] (died in 371)


273618591875136. Tacitus (Tegid) Ap IAGO Chieftain Of The Scots-[54012],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Iago Ap CEIN -[57651], was born about 250. 76

General Notes: [De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1751; History of Morgan Family; K & Q of Britain.
Kings and Queens of Britain Chart 16 from DeBrett's Peerage (Welshancestry of King Henry VII) goes down to King Edward IV as well as HenryVII. K&Q calls him Tacitus.
History: Tegid or Tacitus was a third century Scottish chieftain wholived near Manaw Gododin on the Firth of Forth. Padarn was one of hissons.
K: Tegidd.
Line down from Tacitus to Gwladus and husband Ralph Mortimer is thesame as pedigree printed in Kings and Queens of Britain, which is takenfrom Debrett's Peerage.
John Duran, a self-appointed ancient genealogies expert, continuesthis line back with Tacitus Emperor, RIN 7170. He cites no sources. Haveused Kraentzler's Iago as father of Tacitus.
A pedigree chart in Magna Charta, Part V, by John S. Wurts, says thefather was Iago. This chart (a line of descent down from Aedd Mawr, BC1300, through Beli Mawr and Cunnedda the Great as preserved by the bardsof early Welsh records) lists 69 generations, 53 of them aboveTegid/Tacitus 15 below him, down to "Ankaret, who married Rhodri Mawr,King of all Wales, from whom is descended Llewellyn the Great, ancestorof many noble families."

Tacitus married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295937568       i.   Padarn Beisrudd Ap TACITUS -[54023]


273618591875144. URBAN -[54056] 2,7,8,9,43,76 died on an unknown date.

URBAN married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295937572       i.   Tehvant Ap URBAN -[54064] (died on an unknown date)


273618591875148. Conan MERIADOG King Of The Bretons & Dumnonia-[59586],2,7,8,9,43 son of Caradoc (Geraint) Lord Of MERIADOG -[40397], was born in 305 and died in 367 in Nantes, France 76 at age 62.

General Notes: 1 NAME Conan (Cynan) "The Barbarian" Ap /Eudaf/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001


[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1763.
K: Conan or Cynan Meriadawg, Regulus of Meriadog in Denbigh, Coton orCathown. Had aliases. In 384 he led a large army of Britons to Gaul withhis brother-in-law, Maximus Clemens, which was located in Amorica (sic)A.D. 388.

Conan married St. Dareca Of IRELAND -[59585] [MRIN:34892], daughter of Calpurnius -[40385] 2,7,8,9.,43 St. was born in 310.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

                      i.   Gradlon (Urbien) Mawr King Of The BRETONS -[59584] was born about 330 and died in 421 at age 91.

Conan next married Saint Ursula Verch DYNOD -[28450] [MRIN:15902] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295937574       i.   Cadfan Ap Cynan Of DUMNONIA -[28449] (born in 325 - died in 405)


273618591875149. Saint Ursula Verch DYNOD-[28450],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Dynod Of DUMNONIA -[28451], was born in 305 and died on an unknown date in Cologne, Germany.

General Notes: Killed by the Huns.

Saint married Conan MERIADOG King Of The Bretons & Dumnonia -[59586] [MRIN:15902] 2,7,8,9.,43

273618591877376. Aldroenus King Of The BRETONS-[59578],2,7,8,9,43 son of St. Salomon I King Of The BRETONS -[59583] and Nn. FLAVIUS -[59581], was born about 373 and died in 464 at age 91.

Aldroenus married Nn. RUSTICUS -[59579] [MRIN:34889] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295938688       i.   Buidic I (Emyr Llydaw) King Of The BRETONS -[59577] (died in 513)


273618591877377. Nn. RUSTICUS-[59579],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Decimus Junius RUSTICUS Prefect Of Gaul -[59580], died.

Nn. married Aldroenus King Of The BRETONS -[59578] [MRIN:34889] 2,7,8,9.,43

273618591877378. Uther Pendragon King In BRITAIN-[40382],2,7,8,9,43 son of Constantius King In BRITAIN -[40384], died.

Uther married Eigiyr Verch AMLAWDD -[40381] [MRIN:24881] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295938689       i.   Elen Of BRITAIN -[40380] (died)


273618591877379. Eigiyr Verch AMLAWDD-[40381] 2,7,8,9,43 died.

Eigiyr married Uther Pendragon King In BRITAIN -[40382] [MRIN:24881] 2,7,8,9.,43

273618591877380. Deroch I Ap Gwydal Prince Of The DUMNONII-[57018],2,7,8,9,43 son of Gwidol I Ap Gradlon Prince Of The DUMNONII -[56459], was born in 400.

Deroch married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136809295938690       i.   Riotham Ap Deroch Prince Of The DUMNONII -[57027] (born in 435)


273618591879168. Gwrtheyrn (Vortigern) Gwrtheneu Ap GWIDOL-[57838],2,7,8,9,43,76 son of Gwidol Ap GWIDOLIN -[57793] and Dinoi Of LIDININ -[56274], was born in 354 and died on an unknown date.

Noted events in his life were:

• Title (Facts Pg): King.

Gwrtheyrn married Sereva Verch Macsen WLEDIG -[28432] [MRIN:15881] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Gwrtheyrn next married Serena Verch MACSEN -[40691] [MRIN:25111], daughter of Macsen WLEDIG -[57832] and Elen Ceidrech Verch RHEIDEN -[57835] 2,7,8,9.,43 Serena was born about 357 in Wales and died.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

273618591879169. Sereva Verch Macsen WLEDIG-[28432],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Macsen WLEDIG -[57832] and Elen Ceidrech Verch RHEIDEN -[57835], was born in 370 and died on an unknown date.

General Notes: 1 NAME Sevira Verch Macsen /Gwledig/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXTDate of Import: Jan 17, 2001

Sereva married Gwrtheyrn (Vortigern) Gwrtheneu Ap GWIDOL -[57838] [MRIN:15881] 2,7,8,9.,43

273622711140352. Kenaw Ap COEL GODEBOG-[37014],2,7,8,9,43 son of Coel Godebog Ap TEGFAN -[37016], was born about 500 and died.

Kenaw married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136811355570176       i.   Gorwst Ledlum Ap KENAW -[37013] (born about 530 - died)


273623105437952. Alburi, Prince Of The BULGURS-[57282],2,7,8,9,43 son of Tubdjac, Khan Of Greater BULGARIA -[57283], was born about 578 in Bulgaria and died in 632 at age 54.

Alburi, married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136811552718976       i.   Kubrat, 1St Khan Of BULGARIA -[27649] (born about 600 in Probably Dobruja On The Black Sea - died in 651)


273623105437960. Konstans II "Pogonata" Emperor Of BYZANTIUM-[57135],2,7,8,9,43 son of Konstantinos Iii, Co-Emperor Of BYZANTIUM -[57136] and Gregoria Of CARTHAGE -[57137], was born on 7 Nov 630,died on 15 Sep 668 in Murdered While Bathing, Sicily,at age 37, and was buried in Church Of The Apostles, Constantinople.

Pogonata married Fausta Of ARMENIA -[57133] [MRIN:33857] 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136811552718980       i.   Konstantinos Iv, Emperor Of BYZANTIUM -[57132] (born about 650 - died in Sep 685 of Dysentary)


273623105437961. Fausta Of ARMENIA-[57133],2,7,8,9,43 daughter of Gen., Valentius Arsacidus Of ARMENIA -[57134], was born about 630 and died after 656 after age 25.

Fausta married Konstans II "Pogonata" Emperor Of BYZANTIUM -[57135] [MRIN:33857] 2,7,8,9.,43

273623105441792. Manuel Bagratid, Prince Of ARMENIA-[54886],2,7,8,9,43 son of Varas Tirots BAGRATID -[57124], was born about 545 and died.

Manuel married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136811552720896       i.   Smbat IV BAGRATID Prince Of Armenia -[57123] (born about 574 - died about 617)


273623173042176. Al-Walid I DAMASCUS Omayad Caliph-[35443],2,7,8,9,43 son of 'abd Al-Malik Of DAMASCUS Omayad Caliph -[34053] and Umm AYYUB -[35444], was born in 663 and died in 715 at age 52.

Al-Walid married 2,7,8,9.,43

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

The child from this marriage was:

136811586521088       i.   Hisham I Of DAMASCUS Omayad Caliph -[34052] (born in 691 in Damascus, Syria - died on 6 Feb 742-743 in Damascus, Syria)

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