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John Kell and Nln



Husband John Kell 1

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1 M John Kell 1

           Born: Abt 1736 - , , County Antrim, Ireland
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           Died: 2 Nov 1819 - , Chester Co., South Carolina
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         Spouse: Jane Morton (1738-      ) 1
           Marr: , , , Ireland




General Notes (Husband)

Name: John KELL Sex: M Marriage 1 Wife NLN Children Ann KELL b: in County Antrim, Ireland Jennett KELL b: ABT. 1734 in County Antrim, Ireland John KELL b: ABT. 1736 in Ireland James KELL b: ABT. 1738 in County Antrim, Ireland Matthew KELL b: ABT. 1740 in County Antrim, Ireland Archibald KELL b: 16 NOV 1758 in Templepatrick, Antrim, Ireland


General Notes for Child John Kell

Name: John KELL Sex: M Birth: ABT. 1736 in Ireland Birth: 1736 in County Antrim, Ireland Birth: 1736 in Scotland Or Ireland Death: 2 NOV 1819 in Chester County, South Carolina Ancestral File #: NWM5-1C Note: [042601marion.FTW] [Mclaugh2.FTW] [marioncounty3.FTW] Buried in Paul's Graveyard, Chester County, South Carolina. Father: John KELL Mother: Wife NLN Marriage 1 Jane MORTON b: 1738 in Ireland Married: in Ireland Children Daughter KELL b: in Ireland Alexander KELL b: 1770 in Antrim, Ireland John KELL b: 19 OCT 1772 in Chester County, South Carolina Thomas KELL b: 16 NOV 1774 in Rocky Creek, Chester County, South Carolina


Al-Hakam II Al-Mustansir Caliph Of Cordoba and Nn (A Basque)



Husband Al-Hakam II Al-Mustansir Caliph Of Cordoba 2 3

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           Died: 0976 - Spain
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         Father: `abd Al-Rahman III Al-Nasir Emir Of Cordoba (Between 0888-0961) 2 3
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Wife Nn (A Basque) 3

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1 F Mawiyah 2 3

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         Spouse: Gonsalo Gustaves Lord Of Salas And Lara (      -      ) 2 3



2 M Hisham II Al-Mu'ayyad Caliph Of Cordoba 2 3

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General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 961 2 PLAC Acceded:


General Notes for Child Hisham II Al-Mu'ayyad Caliph Of Cordoba

1 UPDA 2 DATE 976 2 PLAC Acceded: deposed 1009-1010.


Thutmose II Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt and Nn (Concubine)



Husband Thutmose II Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 1510 BC]
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           Died:  - [Abt. 1479 BC]
         Buried:  - Dayr AL-Bahri, Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt


         Father: Thutmose I Akheperkare Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Mutnofret Of Egypt (      -      ) 3


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   Other Spouse: Hatshepsut Of Egypt (      -      ) 3

Noted events in his life were:
Occupation, Pharaoh 18.4; 28 Sep 1515 BC - 19 May 1504 BC




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1 M Thutmose III Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 1487 BC]
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           Died:  - [17 Mar 1424 BC]
         Buried:  - Dayr AL-Bahri, Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt
         Spouse: Neferu-Re Of Egypt (      -      ) 3
           Marr: Marriage Possible
         Spouse: Meryetre Hatshepsut Of Egypt (      -      ) 3
         Spouse: Menhet Of Syria (      -      ) 3
         Spouse: Merti Of Syria (      -      ) 3
         Spouse: Menwi Of Syria (      -      ) 3
         Spouse: Ahset Of Egypt (      -      ) 3




General Notes (Husband)

Thutmose II, king of Egypt (1518-1504 BC), son of Thu t m o s e I and half brother and husband of Queen Hatshepsu t . A cc or ding to an inscription discovered at Aswan, i n Up pe r Egy pt , Thutmose II sent an expedition against N ubia n tr ibes w h o had rebelled against his suzerainty. H e i s als o said t o h ave warred against the Bedouins, a n omad ic peo ple of th e Ar abian and Sinai deserts. Thutmos e I I made ad ditions t o th e great Temple of Amon at Karn ak , and his na me is insc ribe d on ancient buildings in m an y parts of Egy pt. The mum my o f the king was found i n 188 1 at Dayr al Ba hrì. Source : "Thu tmose II, " Micro soft(R ) Encarta(R) 98 E ncyclopedia . (c) 199 3-1997 Micro soft Co rporation. All rig hts reserved .Thutmos e II, kin g of Egyp t (1518-1504 BC), s on of Thutmos e I and h alfbr other an d husband of Q ueen Ha tshepsut. Acco rding t o a n inscript iondiscovered at Aswan , in Upper Egypt , Th utmos e I I sen t an expeditionagains t Nubian tribes w h o had rebel led ag ainst his suzerainty . He is also sai d t o have warre d aga inst the Bedouins , a nomadic peopl e of th e Arabianan d Si nai deserts. T hut mose II made ad ditions t o the great T e mple of Amonat Karn ak, and his n ame is inscr ibed o n anci e nt buildings in ma ny partso f Egypt. The mumm y of the ki ng w as found in 188 1 at Day r a l Bahrì. Source : "Thutmos e II, " Microsoft(R ) Encar ta(R) 98 Encyclopedia . (c)1993- 1997 Mic rosoft Corp or at ion. All rights reserved.

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!BURIAL:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child Thutmose III Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt

Thutmose III, king of Egypt (1504-1450 BC), sometime s c a l l ed the Napoleon of ancient Egypt. He was the so n of T hu tm os e II and a concubine, and son-in-law of Que en Hats hep su t th rough his marriage to her daughter, hi s half-si ster , b y Thu tmose II. Succeeding his father i n 1504 BC , Thutm os e III wa s overshadowed by Hatshepsut , who becam e the su pre me ruler , giving the young king o nly a nomina l role. A fte r Hatsheps ut died in 1483 BC, h er monument s were defac ed , and an appa rent attempt to e rase her mem ory was carri e d out. The now a dult Thutmos e III became s upreme ruler a n d embarked on conq uests un rivaled in Egyp tian history. H i s armies invaded Syr ia a nd vanquished th e Syrian force s o n the Plain of Jezree l . The Syrians too k refuge in th e cit y of Megiddo but w ere d efeated in 147 9 BC. Thutmos e III la ter engaged i n war again st the stat e of Mitanni , which a t that tim e largely control led nort hern Mesopota mia and ha d fomen ted revolt in a numbe r o f Syrian and Pho enician cit ie s dominated by Egypt. He o v erran its territo ry and capt u red several Mitannian citi es , thus extendin g his powe r ove r northern Palestine an d Phoe nicia. He mar ked th e limit o f the Egyptian Empir e in that r egion by er ecti ng a stela a t the Euphrates Ri ver. During hi s reign T hu tmose III condu cted 17 successf ul campaigns int o Asi a , lavishing the boot y and tribut e that he won on th e E gyp tian temples. He mad e importan t additions to the gre a t te mple at Karnak and ha d his an nals inscribed on it s wall s . Other notable buildin gs tha t he had constructe d wer e a t Heliopolis, Memphis, Ab ydos , and Aswan. The m ummy o f Thut mose III was excavate d a t Dayr al Bari. Sou rce: "T hutmos e III," Microsoft(R ) Enca rta(R) 98 Encyclo pedia. (c ) 1993-1 997 Microsoft Co rporatio n. All right s reserved.Th utmose III , king of Egy pt (1504-1 450 BC) , sometimes calle d the Napole onof ancie nt Egypt . H e wa s the son of Thutmo se II and a co ncubine , andson-i n-la w of Queen Hatshepsu t through his m ar riag e to her dau g hter, hishalf-sister , by Thutmose II. Succ e eding his fat h er in 1504 BC, Th ut moseIII was overshadow e d by Hatshe psut , who became the su preme ruler, givingth e yo ung ki n g onl y a nominal role. A fter Hatshepsut die d in 14 8 3 BC, hermon uments were deface d, and an ap paren t atte mpt t o erase he r memory wascarrie d out. The now ad ult T hutmose I II becam e suprem e ruler a nd embarkedon co nque sts unrivale d in Egy ptian history. Hi s armies invade d S yria andv anquis hed th e Syrian forces o n the Plain o f J ezreel. The Syrian s tookr efuge in the cit y of Me gid d o but were defeated in 1 479 BC . Thutmose II I later eng ag ed in war against the stat e of M itanni, whic h attha t tim e largely con trolled norther n Mes opotamia an d ha d fomen ted revoltin a number of Syria n an d Phoenicia n c iti es d ominated by Egypt. Heoverran it s ter ritory a n d capture d several Mitannian cities, thusex t endi ng hi s p ower ove r northern Palestine and Phoenicia. H e mar ke d the limit o f the Egyptian Em pire in that region b y er e ctin g a stel a at theEuphrates River. During his rei g n Thut mos e III c onducted 17 successful campaigns intoA sia , lavis hi ng th e boot y and tribute that he won on th e Egypt iantem p les . He made important additions to the g reat te mp l e a t Ka rnak andhad his annals inscribed on i ts walls. Ot he r n ot able buildings that hehad c onstruct ed were at Hel iopo l i s, Memphis, Abydos, and Aswan. Th e mummyof Thutmos e II I w a s excav ated at Dayr al Bari . Source: "Thutmose I II, " Mic r osoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 En cyclopedia. (c)1993-19 9 7 Microso f t Corpo ration. All ri ghts reserved.

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!BURIAL:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Grand Duke Vladimir I Swjatoslawitsch Of Russia and Nn 'A Bulgarian'



Husband Grand Duke Vladimir I Swjatoslawitsch Of Russia 2 3 4 5

           Born: 0960 - Kiev, Ukraine 4 5 6
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           Died: 15 Jul 1015 - Kiev, Ukraine 4 5 6
         Buried:  - Church Of The Ti, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine 4 5
            AFN: 9570-P0


         Father: Grand Duke Svyatoslav Igorjewitsch Of Kiev (0942-0973) 2 3 4
         Mother: Malousha Of Lubech (0944-Abt 1002) 2 3 4


       Marriage: Bef 0989

   Other Spouse: Malfreda Of Bohemia (      -1002) 2 4 - Bef 0983 - Of Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine 4

   Other Spouse: Rogneda Von Polotzk (0962-1002) 2 3 4 5 - 0980 - Of Polotsk, Polotsk, Byelorussia 4 5

   Other Spouse: Princess Anna Porphyrogenita Of The Byzantine Empire (0963-1011) 2 3 4 - 0989 - Kherson, Kherson, Ukraine 4

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Birth 4, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine, 0960

Alt. Birth 4, Kiev, Kiev, Ukraine, 0960

Alt. Death 4, Berstova, Near Kiev, Russia, 15 Jul 1015

Alt. Death 4, Berstova, Near Kiev, Russia, 15 Jul 1015




Wife Nn 'A Bulgarian' 3

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General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 978 2 PLAC Acceded


Vladimir (St.) the Great of Kiev, Grand Prince of Kiev


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Simeon Ibn Jacob and Nn A Canaanitish Woman



Husband Simeon Ibn Jacob 3

           Born:  - [1786 BC]
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           Died:  - [Abt 1686 BC] Rameses, Goshen, Egypt
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         Father: Jacob (Twin Of Esau) (Israel) Ibn Isaac King Of Goshen (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Leah Bint Leban (      -      ) 3


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Wife Nn A Canaanitish Woman 3

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1 M Shaul (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Nn Bint Marwan I Of Damascus



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Wife Nn Bint Marwan I Of Damascus 3

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         Father: Marwan I Ibn Alhakim Caliph Of Damascus (Abt 0623-Abt 0685) 3
         Mother: A'isha Bint Mu'awiya Ibn Almughira (Abt 0632-      ) 3





Children
1 M Governer Abdul Aziz Of Egypt 3

           Born: Abt 0670
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           Died: Abt 0717
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         Spouse: Egilon Of The Visigoths (Abt 0695-      ) 3
           Marr: After 0712




General Notes for Child Governer Abdul Aziz Of Egypt

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Abu Amr Abbad Ben Muhammad Al-Mu'tadid King Of Seville and Nn Bint Mujahid



Husband Abu Amr Abbad Ben Muhammad Al-Mu'tadid King Of Seville 2 3

           Born: Abt 1014 - Seville, Spain
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           Died: 1068 - Seville, Spain
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         Father: Kadi Abul-Kasim Muhammad I King Of Seville (Abt 0984-1042) 2 3
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Wife Nn Bint Mujahid 3

           Born:  - Balearic Isles, Spain
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         Father: Mujahid Ibn Yusuf Of Denia (      -      ) 3
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1 M Abul-Kasim Muhammad Be Abbad Al-Mu'tamid Emir Of Seville 2 3

           Born: 1045 - Seville, Spain
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           Died: 1095 - Aghmat, Morocco
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         Spouse: I'tamid (      -      ) 2 3




General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 1042 2 PLAC Acceded:


General Notes for Child Abul-Kasim Muhammad Be Abbad Al-Mu'tamid Emir Of Seville

1 UPDA 2 DATE 1068 2 PLAC Acceded:


al-Mu'tamid was a great and tragic figure. He was an excellent poet of love and a good statesman whom destiny had chosen to taste both the gaiety and bitterness and of life. He is famous for his love poetry to his wife, a former slave girl whom he showered with love and precious gifts.


King Vonones II Of Parthia And Media and Nn 'Greek' Concubine



Husband King Vonones II Of Parthia And Media 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 10 BC]
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           Died:  - [Abt. 54 Ad]
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         Father: Prince Darius Of Arthropatene (      -      ) 3
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Wife Nn 'Greek' Concubine 3

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1 M King Vologaeses I Of Parthia 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 25 Ad]
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           Died:  - [Abt. 77 - 80 Ad]
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General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child King Vologaeses I Of Parthia

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Nn Of Metzgau



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1 M Mantfried Of Metzgau Count In The Metzgau 3

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           Died: Abt 0930
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         Spouse: Lantsind (      -      ) 3



2 M Gerhard Of Metzgau 3

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3 M Richar Of Metzgau 3

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General Notes for Child Mantfried Of Metzgau Count In The Metzgau

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Count Nocher III Of Bar-Sur-Aube and Adelaide Soissons



Husband Count Nocher III Of Bar-Sur-Aube 3

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           Died: Bef 1040
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         Father: Count Nocher II De Bar-Sur-Aube (      -After 1019) 3
         Mother: Countess Aelis Of Soissons (      -Abt 1019) 3


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Wife Adelaide Soissons

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1 F Heiress Adele De Bar-Sur-Aube 2 3

           Born: 1015 6
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           Died: 1043 6
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         Spouse: Raoul III Valois Count (1010-1064) 2 3 4




General Notes (Husband)

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child Heiress Adele De Bar-Sur-Aube

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Ramses II Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt and Nofretari Of Egypt



Husband Ramses II Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 1302 BC], Thebes, Egypt
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           Died:  - [Abt. 1213 BC], Thebes, Egypt
         Buried:  - Valley Of The Kings, Luxor, Egypt


         Father: Seti I Of Egypt Pharaoh Of Egypt (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Tuya Of Egypt (      -      ) 3


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   Other Spouse: Maetnefrure Of Khatti Princess Of Khatti (      -      ) 3 - [Abt. 1256 BC]

   Other Spouse: Istnofret Of Egypt (      -      ) 3

   Other Spouse: Nebt-Tawya (      -      ) 3

   Other Spouse: Nefertari (      -      ) 3

Noted events in his life were:
Occupation, Pharaoh 19.3; 24 Jun 1304 BC - Abt. 1236 BC

Photos, Ramsesii




Wife Nofretari Of Egypt 3

           Born:  - Thebes, Egypt
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Children
1 M Sethikhopshef Of Egypt (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes (Husband)

Ramses II (reigned 1279-1212 BC), ancient Egyptian k i n g , t hird ruler of the 19th Dynasty, the son of Set i I . Du ri ng t he early part of his reign Ramses fought t o re gai n th e terr itory in Africa and western Asia tha t Egyp t ha d hel d durin g the 16th and 15th centuries BC . His pr incip al opp onents w ere the Hittites, a powerfu l people o f Asi a Minor , agains t whom he waged a long wa r. The majo r batt le of th is war wa s fought in 1274 at K adesh, in no rther n Syria, an d was hail ed by Ramses a s a great triump h. Nei ther power a chieved a c onclusiv e victory, however , and i n 1258 BC a tr eaty was sig ne d whereby the contest ed land s were divided a nd Ramses ag r eed to marry the dau ghter o f the Hittite king . The rem ainin g years of his ru le wer e distinguished by th e cons tructio n of such monume nts a s the rock-hewn temple o f A bu Simbel , the great hyp ostyl e hall in the Temple of A m on at Karnak , and the mor tuar y temple at Thebes, know n a s the Ramesseum . Source : "Rams es II," Microsoft(R) E ncarta (R) 98 Encyclope dia . (c) 1993 -1997 Microsoft Corp oration . All rights reser v ed. ------- -- Abu Simbel, sit e of two t emples in southe rn E gypt, o n the Nile River , south of Aswa n. The temple s were c arve d into a sandst one cliff about 12 50 BC durin g the reig n o f Ramses II . The interior of the l arger tem ple is more t h an 55 m ( about 180 ft) in depth an d consis ts of a serie s o f hall s and chambers leading t o a centra l sanctuary. T his t em ple was dedicated by Ramse s II to t he chief gods o f Heli o polis, Memphis, and Thebes . It i s oriented so tha t th e ray s of the rising sun illumi nat e the statues of t h e three god s and of Ramses II in t h e innermost sanctua ry . The smalle r temple was dedicate d b y Ramses to his q ueen , Nefertari, a nd to the goddes s Hatho r. The facad e of th e larger temple h as four sitti ng statue s of Rams es II, ea ch more than 20 m ( about 65 f t) in heigh t. Sma ller statue s of Ramses II, Nefer tari, a nd their chil dre n adorn the f acade of Nefertari's te mple . The larger t e mple has numero us inscriptions and relie f s, some of th em o f unusual hist orical interest. A serie s o f relief s depict s the battle b etween the Egyptians an d th e Hitt ites at Kad esh. Two of t he large sitting statu es of R am ses have inscr iptions in G reek dating from th e 6th centu r y BC. They wer e written b y Greek mercenary s oldiers an d ar e among the ea rliest dat ed Greek inscripti ons. Th e temples , the most imp ortant mo numents of ancien t Nubi a, were unkno wn to the Wes t unti l 1812, when the y wer e discovered by th e Swiss explo rer J ohann Ludwig Bu rckh ardt. In 1964 an inter national pro jec t was begun t o sav e the temples from inundat ion by Lak e N asser, the r eser voir of the Aswan High Dam. I n a remark ab le engineer in g feat, the temples were cut apar t and, i n 1 968, reass e mbled on a site 64 m (210 ft) above t he rive r . Sourc e : "Abu Simbel," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 9 8 Encyc l opedi a . (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation. All ri ght s re se rv ed. --------- The son of Seti I and Queen Tuya w a s t h e t hird king of the 19th Dynasty. Called Ramesse s t h e Grea t , he lived to be 96 years old, had 200 wive s an d con cubi n es, 96 sons and 60 daughters. One son, Pr ince K ha-m-wa s , w as a high priest of Ptah, governor o f Memphis , and w a s i n charge of the restoration of th e Pyramid o f Unas . Thi s s on was buried in The Serapeum . Ramesses I I outli ved th e fi rst thirteen of his heirs . Ramesses wa s name d co-rule r wit h his father, Seti I , early in his li fe. H e accompanie d hi s father on numer ous campaigns in Li by a and Nubia. At t h e age of 22 Rame sses went on a campai g n in Nubia with t w o of his own so ns. Seti I and Ramess e s built a palace i n Av aris wher e Ramesses I had start e d a new capital. Whe n Set i I die d in 1290 B.C., Ramess e s assumed the throne an d beg a n a series of wars agains t t he Syrians. The famous B at tle o f Kadesh is inscribe d on t he walls of Ramesses tem p le.

Ramesses' building accomplishments are two temple s a t A b u S imbel, the hypostyle hall at Karnak, a mortua ry c ompl e x a t Abydos, the Colossus of Ramesses at Memph is , a vas t t om b at Thebes, additions at the Luxor Templ e , and th e famo u s Ramesseum. Among Ramesses' wives wer e N efertari , Quee n Is tnofret, his two daughters, Bintha nat h and Mery tamon , and t he Hittite princess, Maathorne frur e. Ramesse s was o riginall y buried in the Valley o f the K ings. Becau se of th e widespr ead looting of tomb s durin g the 21st Dyn asty th e priests re moved Ramesse s body an d took it to a h olding a rea where th e valuabl e material s such, as gold-le af and se mi-precious i nlays , were remo ved. The body was t hen rewrap ped and take n t o the tomb o f an 18th Dynasty qu een, Inhapi . The bodi e s of Ramesse s I and Seti I were don e in like fa shion a nd al l ended u p at the same place. Ame nhotep I's bo dy h ad been p lace d there as well at an earli er time. Seven t y-two hours l a ter, all of the bodies wer e again moved, t h is time to t h e Royal Cache that was insi de the tomb o f Hig h Priest P inud jem II. The priests docum ented all o f this o n the li nen tha t covered the bodies. T his "syst ematic" loo ting b y the prie sts was done in the g uise o f protecting th e bo dies from th e "common" thieves . Sour ce: www.touregypt. ne t --------- S o proud was Ramess es I I of his extensive p r ogeny that it wo uld be wrong t o om it all reference to t h e long enumeration s of his son s a nd daughters to be rea d o n the walls of hi s temples . A t Wady es-Sebua in Lowe r Nubi a over a hundred p rince s an d princesses were named , but th e many lacunae ma k e it imp ossible to compute th e exact fig ure. From seve ral t emple s it is clear that th e eldest so n was Amenhiw enamef, b u t his mother is unknow n and he evid ently die d early. It w i ll be recalled tha t Sethos I (Set i I) pro vided his youth fu l co-regent wit h a large number o f con cubines, and thes e wi ll have bee n responsible for th e v ast majority of chi ldre n about wh om nothing more is he a rd. The most highly h onore d were n aturally those bor n to R amesses II by his su ccessiv e Kin g's Great Wives . Queen Isi nofre was the mothe r of fou r w ho were depict ed together wi th her and her hus band. For e most among th em is Ramesse, a t a given moment t he crow n pri nce, bu t it was his younge r brother Merenptah , th e thirteen t h in the Ramesseum list , who survived to s ucc eed his fat he r. Another son who perh aps never had pret en sions to t he thr one was Kha'emwise, th e high-priest (se t em) of Pt ah at Memp his. He gained grea t celebrity a s a l earned m an and magicia n, and was remembe red right d own t o Graec o-Roman times. I t was doubtless i n that capa city t hat h e was charged with t he organizatio n of his fa ther' s ear liest Sed-festivals fro m the firs t I year 30 d own t o th e fifth in year 42. Ramesse s II live d to celebr ate tw el ve or even thirteen in all. A d aughte r of Isinof re, w h o bore the Syrian name of Bint-anat , is o f interes t f o r a special reason: she received the tit le Ki ng's Gr ea t W ife during her father's lifetime. We canno t ov erlo o k th e likelihood that she served at least temporar i l y a s hi s companion. Even more frequent are the referen c e s t o Que en Nofretari-mery-en-Mut, the Naptera of an a lre a d y menti oned Baghazkoy letter. She is familiar to E gypt olo gi sts a s the owner of the magnificently painte d tom b in th e V all ey of the Queens on the west of Thebe s. Thi s hencefo rt h , the burial-place of many females o f the Ra messide roy a l f amily. Ramesses II himself ha d a tomb a t Biban el-Mol u k n o doubt once as large and f ine as tha t of Sethos I, b u t no w closed owing to its da ngerous con dition. The grea t k ing' s mummy suffered a fa te similar t o that of so man y o f his p redecessors, fina lly finding i ts way to the cac he a t Der el -Bahri. Unti l moved to th e mausoleum at Cairo , hi s corpse c ould sti ll be seen a s that of a shrivelled- up ol d man wit h a lo ng narrow fac e, massive jaw, and prom inen t nose, cons pi cuous also fo r his admirably well-prese rve d teeth. Sourc e : www.toureg ypt.netRamses II (reigned 1 279- 1212 BC), a ncien t Egyptia n king, third ruler ofthe 19 th Dy nasty, t h e son o f Set i I. During the early part o f his re ignRa mses fough t t o regain the territory in A fri ca and we st ern Asia th atEgyp t had held during the 16th an d 15th ce n turies BC . His princ ipa lopponents were the Hit tites , a po werfu l people of Asi a Minor, againstwhom he wa ge d a long w a r . The major battl e of this war was foug h t in 1274at Kad e sh, in northern Syri a, and was hail e d b y Ramses as a gr e attriumph. Neither pow er achieve d a conc lusive victory , ho wever, and in12 58 B C a treat y was sign ed whereby th e cont ested lands were divi ded a ndRamses agr eed to mar r y the da ughter of the Hittit e k ing. The remai ningyear s of his rul e were distinguishe d b y th e construc tion o f suchmonument s as the rock-hew n templ e of Abu Simb el, t he great hyposty le ha llin th e Temple o f Amon at Kar nak , and the mortuar y temple a t Thebes, knowna s the Rames se um. Source: "Ramse s II," M icrosoft(R) Encarta( R) 98 Enc y clopedia. (c)1993-19 97 Mi crosoft Corporat ion. Al l righ t s reserved. -------- - Ab u Simbel, site of two templ e s i n southern Egypt, on t h e Nile River, south of Aswan . T h e temp les were carve d int o a sandstone cliff abou t 1250 B C during the reig n of Ramse s II. The interi or o f the la rge r temple ismo re than 5 5 m (about 180 ft) in d epth an d consi sts o f a series o f h allsand chambers lead ing t o a centra l s anctuary. This temp le was dedicated by Ramse s II t o t h e chief gods of Heliopo lis, Memphis, an d Thebe s. It is orien ted so that the rays o f the ri sin g sun illu minat e the stat ues of thethree god s and of Ram ses II in t h e innermost sanc tuary . The smalle rtemple wa s dedicat e d by Ramses to his qu een, Nefertari, a nd to th egoddes s Ha thor . The facade of th e larger templ e has fo ur sit ting s tatuesof Ramses II, eac h more than 2 0 m ( ab out 6 5 ft) i n height. Smallerstatues o f Ramses II , Nefer tari , and the ir children adorn th e facad e ofNefert ari' s te mple. The l arger temple has numerous insc ription s an dre liefs, som e o f them of unusual historical in tere s t . A series of re liefsdepicts the battle between th e E gy p t ians and the Hi ttites at Kadesh. Twoof the larg e sitt i ng s tatues of Rams es have inscription s in Gree k dating fro m th e 6th centur y BC. They were written by G reek merc enar y sol diersand a r e among the earliest date d Greek in scripti ons . The temp les, the most important m onuments o f ancient N ub ia, wer e unknownto the West unti l 181 2, wh en they were d i scover ed by the Swiss explore rJohann Ludw ig Burckhardt . I n 196 4 an intern ational pr oject was beg un tosave the t empl e s from inundation by L ake Nasser, th e reservoir o f t heAs w an High Dam. In a r emarkable engin eering feat, the te mpl e s were cutapart a nd, in 1968 , re assembled on a sit e 6 4 m ( 210 ft) abov e the river. Sourc e: "Abu Simbel," Mi cros oft(R ) Encarta (R) 98 Encyclopedia . (c)1993-1997 Micro sof t Corpor a tio n. All rights reserv ed. --------- The so n o f Seti I a n d Queen Tuya was the t hird king of the 19t h Dyn asty.Ca lle d Ramesses the G reat , he lived to be 96 y ears o ld , had 20 0 wives andconcubin es, 96 sons and 60 dau ghter s . On e son , Prince Kha-m-was , was ahigh priest of P tah , go vernor of M emphis, and wa s in charge o f therestor a tion o f the Pyrami d of Unas. T his son was buried in T h e Serapeum .Ramesses I I outl ive d the first thirteen o f hi s heirs. Ra messes was n amedco- ruler with his father , Set i I, ear ly i n his life. H e ac companied hisfathe r on nume rous campaign s in Libya an d N ubia. At the a g e of 22Rames ses went o n a campaign in N u bia with tw o of his own sons . Seti I and Ramesses bui l t a p alace i n Avaris where Rame sses I had st arted a ne wcapital . Whe n Seti I died in 129 0 B.C. , Ramess es assum ed the thro n e andbegan a series o f wars against th e Syri ans. The fam ou s Battl e of Kadeshi s inscribed on th e wal ls of Rames ses te mple.

Ramesses' building accomplishments are two temple s a t A b u S imbel, thehypostyle hall at Karnak , a mortua ry c ompl e x a t Abydos, the Colossus ofRamesses at Memphi s , a vas t to mb a t Thebes, ad ditions at the LuxorTempl e , and th e famou s Ram esseum. Among Ramesses' wives wer e N efertari, Qu een I stnofr et, his two daughters, Bintha nat h and Meryt amon, an d theHit tite princess, Maathorn e frur e. Ramesse s was origi nally bur ied in theValley of t he Ki ngs. Becaus e of the wid esprea d l ooting of tombs d uringt he 21st Dyna sty the pries ts remo ved Ramesses bod y and to ok it to ahol d ing area whe re the v aluable mate rials suc h, as gold-lea f andsemi-preci ous inlay s, wer e remove d . The body was th en rewrapped an d takento t h e tomb of a n 18th Dynasty quee n, Inhapi. The b od ies o f Ra messes Ia nd Seti I were don e in like fashion a nd al l ende d up a t the same place.Ame n hotep I's body ha d be en place d the re as well at an earl ier time.Seventy-t w o hours later , a l l of the bodies wer e again moved, th is t ime tothe Roy a l Cache that was insid e the tomb of H ig h Pr iest Pinudj em I I. Thepriests docume nted all of t his on th e linen th at cove red the bodies . T hissystemat ic looting b y the pr iests wa s done in the guis e of prot ectingthe bodie s fr o m the "comm on" thieves. Sou rce: ww w.touregypt.net -- -- ----- So proud w as Ramesses I I of h is extensive proge n y that it would be wr ongto omi t al l referenc e to the l on g enumerations of his s ons an d d aughtersto be read o n th e walls of his temples . A t Wa d y es-Sebua in Lower N ubiaov er a hundred princes an d pri n cesses were named, bu t the ma n y lacunaemake it impos s ibl e to compute the exa ct figure . From several temples i t i s clear tha t the eld est son wa s Amenhiwenamef, but h i s mot her is unknownan d he evidentl y died early. I t wi l l be reca lled that Set hos I (Seti I)p rovided his youth fu l co-regen t with a lar ge numbe r of con cubines, andth es e will have be en respon sible for the vas t majority o f chi ldren aboutw ho m nothi ng more is heard. T he most h ighly h onored were natur all y thoseborn to Ramesse s I I b y his su ccessive King's Gr e at Wives. Queen Isinofr e was the mothe r of four who wer e dep icted t ogether wit h he r and herhus band. Foremost a mong the m is Ramesse, a t a giv en moment t he crownp rince , but it wa s his young er brothe r Merenptah , the thirteen th in theRames seum li st, who su r vived to s ucceed his fa ther. Another so n wh operhaps neve r had prete nsions to th e throne was K ha' e mwise, thehigh-p riest (set em) of Pta h at Memphis. He g aine d great celebrit y as alea rned m a n and magician, an d was re membered righ t down t o Graeco- Romantimes. It wa s doubtles s in tha t cap acity t hat he w as charged wit h theorganizatio n of his fath er's e arlies t Sed-festival s fr om the firs t I year30 dow n to th e fif th in year 42 . Ramesses II live d to celebrat e twelv e or e ven thirtee n in all. A daughter o f Isinofre , who bo r e the Syrian n ame ofBint-anat, is of int e rest fo r a sp e cial reason : she received the titleKing's G reat Wif e du ri ng her fa ther's lifeti me. We cannot overloo k thelik el iho od tha t she served at least temporarily as hi s compa n ion . E v enmore frequent are the references to Quee n Nof ret ar i-m ery-en-Mut, theNaptera of an alread y mention e d Bagha z k oy letter. She is familiar toEgyptologists a s th e ow n e r of the magnificent ly painted tomb in theVal le y o f th e Q ueens on the west of Thebes. This hencefort h , thebur ia l- p lace of many females of the Ramesside ro ya l family . R amess es IIhimself had a tomb at Biban e l- Mol uk no dou bt on ce a s large and fine asthat of Setho s I, b ut now clo sed owi n g to its dange rous condition . Thegrea t king's mu mmy suff e red a fate similar to tha t of so man y of hispred ec essor s , finally finding its w ay to the ca che at Der el -Bahri. U nt ilmoved to the maus oleum a t Cai ro, his corps e could sti l l be seen as that of a shrivelle d-up old man w ith a long n ar ro w face, ma ssive jaw, andp rominent nose , conspicuous a ls o for hi s admirably well-p reserved tee t h. Source: www.t our egyp t.net

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Chief wife of Ramsees II.


Nomara Ibn Lakhm



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Dr. James McCormick and None



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From will of John McCormisk (Doctor) Fredricks Co. V a . R e b a newell

McCormick

The McCormick clan of Ulster Province, Ireland.

The founder of the family, that came of the surmane McC o r m i ck, wasCormac, Cas, son of Olliol, King of Munster , A . D . 17 7 and his consort, Sabia Daughter of Con of th e Hu nd re dBatt les, King of Ireland, A.D. 148. Many a McC ormic k , wa s mitte red appointees of Saint Patrick, an d wererr ot s o f the grea t clan. (Dublin records, Dublin , Ireland . L ocat ed Dublin C astle.) The history of the c lan. Boath , re ceive d Sycthis, a s his lot upon the divis ion, by Jap het , Son of Noah. His son , Phoenusa (Finiu s Farsa) calle d th e invento r of letters ; King of Scythi a, at thetime , Nenu s rules th e Assyrain Emp ire. His so n, Niul, was t eache r and Prince . His son, Goadh al was a ncestor, ofth e Clanna gael, givin g the name Gallics , t o his decent. G oadhal a s a youth, wa s stung by serpen t , andtaken to Mos es, who l aying his rod , upon the wou nd, w hich had bee n given by G od, was instan tly cured, l eavin g a green sca r, which Goad hal added to hi s name "G LAS" Iris h green. G oadhal, lead h is people, unde r thedi rection of Mo ses, wh o geve them th e commandments o f Go d, and told of th e pr omised land, tha t wouldbe their s . Goadhal's sons, Asru t h remained in Egy pt. Syruth, b ecam e king or prince o f hi s people at hisfat hers death , and mo ved them to th e islan d of Crete. His g randson , Herbert Sc ot, lead the m to thei r homeland of Scy thia . Herbert Scot' s sons, Boe main, Ogaiaa m, Was at war c on stantly with thena tives. Ta it, the younges t son, brou g ht back the true reli gion t o the people and re newed th epr omis. His son Agaon, t oo k the people who believ ed i n th e promise, and began t h e search for their promised l and. W ondering the seas. Hi s s on Lamh Fionn, continue d th e sea rch and was followe d by h is son HeberGlunfiod , who lan de d at Carthage, no w calle d Lydia. They remai ned there f o r eight generation s, throug h:Prince Agnon F ion, Febric G las , Nenaull, Nuad hal, Allad h, Archadh,an d Deag. Brathaha ns , remembering t he prophecyo f his fore fathers, started o u t again, landin g on the coas t of Spa in, by strong hand s es tablished the colony of Galac ia, i n the north of the t count ry. Bregoh an (Brigus) soo n ba ttled his way to Bri ton, settl ing aco lony there. Bil e , became Prince and wa s falled (kil led ) by his son Jo n Ga lamh, who was exiled b y hi unclean d f led to Ethiopi a and t hen to Egypt. Jon Ga lamh, belie ved Go d, was ang ry with hi m, and that if he wa s tocontin ue the jo urne y of his ancest ors, he might fin d face aga in before G o d. So going to Kin g Solomon, With h isproblem , he was g ive n aid, and returne d King of his peo ple. Hi s son Herm on, be came King of the w holeGael (Englan d an d Scotland ) B.C. 1698 . He was followe d by Irial Faid h w ho rule d 1690-1680 B.C . Eithrial, was th e 11th monarc h i n th e line. He brought fa rming to hispeopl e. He was fo ll owe d by Fol Aich, then Tigh erormas, who brou ght gold mi n in g to the people from the eas t,and introduce d Idolwors h i p. His son Enboath, divided th e kingdom int o two pa r t s Ireland and Gael (Scotland)for hi s sons. Smirn ghal l , co nquered his Scotish brother, and mad e him and h i s pe opl e pay homage to the Irishmonarch. Fioch a Labhra in , 18 th m onarch 1472 B.C. followed by Aongus Olmuc ash , who ' s son M oan was kept out of the monarchy by his c o usi n Ead naw wh o's son, Rothachtach 1382-1357B.C. broug ht t h e fou r hors e chariots to ireland Ireland from Rom e a s a gi ft . Rotha chtach, was followed by his son Drin , lit tle is kn o wn o f the periodthat followed until Saog halac h was sla i n i n 1030 B.C. Saoghalach, was followe d by hi s infant so n O l liollAolcheon, who's rein was sho rt. Hi s uncle Gialcha d h d id away with him. Gialchadh' s son Nud has Fionnfail ca m e t o thethrone in 1001 B.C. a nd reine d till 961 B.C. wh e n hi s son Aedah Glas, took t he throne . During Aedah Glas ' s rei n theblack plague bef ell the co untry, sweeping aw a y most o f the inhabitants . His son S imon Breac came to t h e throne i n908 B.C. H e allowedPigam y, to help repeopl e hi s kingdom . The suc cession was a s follows: Muredach B olgrac h;Fiochato lgrac h; Duachladrac h; Eochaidh Buadhach . Again e Mor, was t h e 66th monarch 6 33 B.C. He married Ca esair, d aughter o fth e king of Frank s; issue 22 sons an d 3 daughte rs. H e divide d his kingdo me into 25 parts. Giv ing eachhi s lo t and collec ted taxe s as King. From him th e line foll o ws: Olliol Cobth ach C oal Bhreagh 591 B.C.; Ol liolAine; L a bhradh Longseash ; Ol liol Bracan; Aeneas Ollo mn; Bressa l ; Fergus Fortum; Cr im thann Coscrach; Mogh Art ; Art;oll ioll ; Nuadh Falaid; Oll i ol Glas; Tiacha Tobrug ; Breasso l; Leny ; Sedna; Nuadha s Neac ht 110-109 B.C.; Fer gus Fai re (McCool oDecent); Ros ; Fionn e File; Conchobharal braoi dhmaidh 8 B.C .; Mogh Cor b; Cu-Corb ; Niadh Corb; Corm acG ealtach; Felim F iorusgla s (decent O'T ool); Cathair Mo r ; Fiacha Baicheda; B reasa l Bealach;Leabhra dah; Eanna C ean nsalachd d.365 A.D. ; Cr imthann Cass (was ba ptised b y ST . Patrick); Nothach ; Owe n Coach;Soillan; Foelan ; Fa olchu ; Onchu; Rudgal; Aod h ; Diaruimuid; Caeiber; Cene t h; Ceal lach; Donol; Diarmui d ; DonachMaol-Nibo; Diarmai d m . Darbh foral, Gdau of Bri o n Bormha; Marcha, Donoch ; Feliu m Rach tmar 110 A.D.;**** ** * ConnCeadcath (Conn o f the Hundr e d Battles);****** * Corm ac Ulfhada m. Catha n Casduff, dau g hter of the King of Wales ; Eoghan (Eugene ); Muireadeac h m . Earch, daught er of Loar n King of Dub lin, King of Da lriada , inScotland.


Charles O Hutchins and Nora



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Job: grocer in Penobscot ME


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Roy G. Miller and Norma



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Name information from Kelly Hurren, Family Reunion 1995. Death & marriage info from Susan Leitch June 1996 Children of Roy G. Miller & Doris from Susan Leitch June 1996


Earl Howell and Norma



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Norville and Corra May Symes



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Wife Corra May Symes 7

           Born: 5 Dec 1887 - Gibbon, Buffalo, NE
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         Mother: Myrta Amelia Roper (1867-1943) 7



   Other Spouse: Roy Darius Starks (1885-1943) 7 - 6 Dec 1908 - Amboy, Lee, IL


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Place: Sioux Falls SD in 1943; 909 S Walts Ave, Sioux Falls SD 57104 in 1969


Nuadhat Of Gothland Lord Of Gothland



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Nuahhas Fionnfail Of Ireland King Of Ireland



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Sobekemsaf II Of Egypt Pharoah At Thebes and Nubkhas ( )



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Children
1 M Mugawwam Ibn Nahur 3

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Numan



Husband Numan 2

           Born: 0583
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           Died: 0602
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         Father: Mundhir (      -      ) 2
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1 M Mundhir 2

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2 M Qabus 2

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Numan Of Al-Hirah



Husband Numan Of Al-Hirah 3

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         Father: 'amr Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King (Abt 0328-      ) 3
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1 M Imra' Al-Qays Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King 3

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Numan Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King



Husband Numan Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King 3

           Born: 
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           Died: After 0390
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         Father: Imra' Al-Qays Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King (      -After 0368) 3
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Children
1 M Imri' Al-Qays III Of Al-Hirah Lakhmid King(503-513) 3

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           Died: After 0513
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         Spouse: Ma'as-Sama (      -      ) 3



2 M Mundhir I Of Al-Hirah 3

           Born: Abt 0418
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           Died: Abt 0462
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General Notes (Husband)

In 501-502, Numan entered Byzantine territory and la i d w a s te the areaaround Harran and Edess a (modern Urfa ) , an d c ar ried off 18,500 people asprisoners. Source: E nc yclop aedi a I ranica


Numan V (Iii) Of Al-Hirah Last Lakhmid King



Husband Numan V (Iii) Of Al-Hirah Last Lakhmid King 3

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           Died: Abt 0602
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         Father: Mundhir IV Of Al-Hirah (      -Abt 0562) 3
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Noted events in his life were:
Religion, Christian (Nestorian)




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1 M Qabus Of Al-Hirah 3

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2 M Mundhir V Of Al-Hirah 3

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General Notes (Husband)

During the reign of Numan V, the Lakhmid Dynasty c a m e t o a n end. First,in about 575, the Sasa nians occu p y Ye men , exp elling the Abyssinians whocontrolled the a re a, bu t al lowe d the Lakhm i rulers to continue to rule th e Lakhm id Ar ab ki ngdom.. In 579, the greatest Sasania n m onarc h , Khusr awNush irvan, died, leaving his empir e i n a stat e of war wi th bot h theRomans and Byzant ines . Sh ortly the reafter, i n 580, th e Byzantinesponsored Gh assin is (from S yria) invad ed the L a khmid kingdom and b urnedA l-Hirah. Du ring the rei gn of the B yzantine empero r Mauri tius, th e e mpirere-asser ts itself, b ringing th e Ghassan is in th e Syrian desert und er moredirec t contr ol . In 58 9, Khusra w Parviz becomes th e Sasanian mon arc h; buta rev olt in 59 1 threatened the mon a rchy until Kh u sraw was re stored t o thethrone by the Byza ntines, an d a pea ce accor d was rea che d between theSasania ns an d the Byzanti nes.

In 602, Khusraw Parviz imprisoned Numan V (where he d i e d s h ortlytherefater), and the Lakhmi d Arab kingdom w a s p lac e d under the control ofEaas, a Sasanian residen t o f th e Tr ay ye tribe ; soon after, it breaks up.

According to the Arab historian Abu Obayda (d. 824), Kh u s r a w Parviz wasangry with King Numa n for refusing t o gi v e h i m his daughter in marriageand insulting Persia n wom en , a n d therefor e imprisoned him. Subsequently,(6 04-611 ) K husr a w sent troops to recover the Numan famil y armo r , bu tQab u s (presumably Numan's son) refused, an d the Per sian s wer e d efeated atthe battle o f Dhu Qar , near Al-Hi rah . The Pr ophe t Muhaammad (allegedly)sai d of this, "Thi s i s the firs t b a ttle in which the Arab s took equitable veng ence on th e Persi ans, and they achi eved this victo r y thr ough me."

The Sasanians then begin to occupy Syria with the assis t a n c e of Jewishuprisings (612-614), an d removed the 'T r u e Cr os s' from Jerusalem to theSasanian capital of Cte si ph on (l oca ted on th e East bank of the TigrisRiver, o ppo sit e Sele ucia , about 20 miles south of Baghdad - bui lt a f te rbein g captu red by the Arabs in 637.)

Beginning in 622, the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius inv a d e s S asanianterritory; in 627 he campai gns in Mesopot am i a , an d near Ctesiphon, in628, Khusraw Parviz is assa ssi na te d, wh en peace i s restored. Heracliusrestores th e 'T ru e Cr oss' t o Jerusalem in 630. Source: Encyclopaed ia Ir ani ca

Both Jews and Christians despised the Arabs, regardi n g t h e m as some kindof savages who did no t even posse s s an o rg an ized Church like civilizedpeople. It may ha v e been pr id e th at made th e Arabs adopt the name ofhan i f ('pagan ' o r 'infi del') put upon them by their 'civil iz ed'neigh b ours . They w ere infidels, and as infidels t he y sought God . Man y ofthe m were actuated by a ce rtai n sp irit of revol t agai nst th e pretensionsof the othe r natio ns who humilia ted the m at ev e ry turn. On a poli ticalpla ne, too, as w e have see n, the B yzantine empero r Mauric e had demolis he dthe Arab p hylarch y of the Ghas sanids. A cross the border , Khusro Abha rwezha d grown sus picio us o f his Arab vassa l in Hira, Nu'm an III , a Chri stianfamou s in Arab poetry , and in 602 or t h ereabo ut s he had hi m imprisonedand pu t to death. The cro wn tak e n from the L akhmid family w a s bestowed ona man cho se n fro m a remot e tribe with no t radition of government , w ith,in a ddit i on, a Persian insp ector to keep a clos e ey e on him. H o wever, thenew 'king ' of Hira promptl y s ent wo rd to the s h aikh of the Arab t ribe ofBakr, wh ich was als o an auxili ar y of the Persian s , to ask fo r money, weapon s and a th ousan d shields whic h had bee n left with him by N u'manbef or e hi s imprisonmen t. Th e Arab chief refused. Khu sro se nt a larg e armyagains t h im, made up of A rab auxilia rie s with a thou sand Persi a n horse.The battle which took p l ace near the wel l o f D h u Qar, not far from whatwas lat e r to be Kufa, resu l te d in the rout of the Persians, wh o lo s t boththeir g ener a ls, and of their Arab allies. O n learn ing the new s at Me cca Muhammad was sai d to have e xclaimed : 'This i s the fir st ti me the Arabshave avenge d themselve s on th e Persian s .' It w as not to be the las t. Source: Mu hamm ad, by Maxi me Rodinson.


King Ordoo I Of Asturias&Galicia and Nuna (Munia)



Husband King Ordoo I Of Asturias&Galicia 2 3

           Born: Abt 0830
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           Died: 27 May 0866
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         Father: King Ramiro I Of Asturias (Abt 0790-0850) 2 3
         Mother: Paterna De Castile (      -      ) 2 3


       Marriage: 




Wife Nuna (Munia) 2 3

           Born: <0822>
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Children
1 M King Alfonso III Of Asturias, Galicia And Leon 2 3 4

            AKA: "El Magno"
           Born: 0848
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           Died: 0912 4
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         Spouse: Jimena De Navarre (      -Bef 0912) 2 3 4
           Marr: 0869-0870



2 M Vermundo 2

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           Died: After 0870
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         Spouse: Gontrada (      -      ) 2



3 F Fruela 2

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           Died: After 0870
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4 M Munio Ordonez 2 3

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5 F Odoarioa 2

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6 F Leogundis Of Asturia Infanta Of Asturia 2 3

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         Spouse: Galindo Iniguez De Pamplona King Of Pamplona (Abt 0810-0880) 2 3
           Marr: Bef 0882




General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 850 2 PLAC Acceded: 850


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child King Alfonso III Of Asturias, Galicia And Leon

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


General Notes for Child Munio Ordonez

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Nuno Nunez Of Amaya Count Of Amaya and Sulla Asura



Husband Nuno Nunez Of Amaya Count Of Amaya 3

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Wife Sulla Asura 3

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         Father: Diego Rodriguez Porcelos Cde De Castile (      -0885) 2 3
         Mother: Asura (      -      ) 3





Children
1 M Lain Calvo Of Castile 3

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         Spouse: Teresa Elvira (      -      ) 3





Pharnaces I Of Pontus King Of Pontus and Nysa Of Syria



Husband Pharnaces I Of Pontus King Of Pontus 3

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           Died:  - [Abt. 170 BC]
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         Father: King Mithradates III Of Pontus (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Laodice (      -      ) 3


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Wife Nysa Of Syria 3

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         Father: Artioches Of Syria (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Laodice Of Syria (      -      ) 3





Children
1 M Mithradates V Eurgetes Of Pontus King Of Pontus 3

           Born: 
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           Died:  - [Abt. 120 BC]
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         Spouse: Laodice Of Syria (      -      ) 3




General Notes (Husband)

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child Mithradates V Eurgetes Of Pontus King Of Pontus

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged




Sources


1 Michael Watts, Gedcom from Michael Watts.

2 Peter Western, </pre><a href="http://www.genealogydatabase.co.uk/tngsoonad.html">http://www.genealogydatabase.co.uk/tngsoonad.html</a><pre>.

3 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.

4 June Ferguson Unknown, June Ferguson's Royalty GED.

5 royalfam.ged.

6 Sir Anthony Wagner, The Royal Arms College, "Decendents of Edwar-.

7 L. David Roper, Rousper.ged by L. David Roper.

8 Edward III Decendents.

9 ROYAL92.GED Gedcom file.

10 Ken Finch good, Gedcom from Ken Finch.

11 hurr01.GED.

12 Death date from Susan Leitch June 1996.

13 L. David Roper, RoperJr.ged from L. David Roper.

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