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William De St. John and Olive



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         Father: Stephen (      -1136) 1
         Mother: Hawise (      -After 1135) 1



   Other Spouse: Henry De Fougères (      -      ) 1



William De Wolf and Olive



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1 F Lucia Dewolfe 2

           Born: 5 Sep 1850 - Wisconsin 2
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         Spouse: William (Whig) Bond Jr (1850-1930) 2
           Marr: 12 Aug 1870 2




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Wynne Van Valkenburg and Olive



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           Born: Abt 1873 - Empire, Dakota County, MN
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         Father: Joseph Van Valkenburg (1846-      ) 3
         Mother: Harriet Or Hattie Seeley (1851-      ) 3


       Marriage: Abt 1899 - , MN




Wife Olive 3

           Born: Abt 1881 - , MN
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1880 age 7 1910 age 36

1910 in Los Angeles, LA, CA; living at same addre s s a s W a lter J VV; Occupation: Telegraph operator

BIRTH: no known record MARRIAGE: married 11 yrs in 1910


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1910; 0 children


John Wright and Olive



Husband John Wright

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1 M Robert Wright

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         Spouse: Mary Green (      -      )




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Lord of Clevedon Manor, England


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Lord of Clevedon Manor, England


Jonas Wright and Olive



Husband Jonas Wright

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Oliver



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         Father: King John Plantagenet Of England (1166-1216) 1 3 4 5 6
         Mother: Hawise De Tracy (      -      ) 1


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William B. Mason and Ollie



Husband William B. Mason 7

           Born: 18 Apr 1866 7
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         Father: John Perry Mason (1837-Between 1870) 7 8
         Mother: Lucy Ann Brockman (1843-1933) 7 8


       Marriage: 29 Nov 1894 7




Wife Ollie 7

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5 F Fannie Mason (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M Charles Mason (details suppressed for this person)

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7 U Pettus Mason (details suppressed for this person)

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Charles Radar Steward and Ollie Mae



Husband Charles Radar Steward 9

           Born: 25 Mar 1897 - Gainesville, Cooke, TX
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           Died: 28 Oct 1961 - Weatherford, Custer, OK
         Buried:  - Greenwoodcem, Weatherford, Custer, OK


         Father: Charles William Steward (1862-1916) 9
         Mother: Theresa Jane Miller (1868-1955) 9


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Olliol



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1 M Nuadh Folliod 1

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Olnedobel Of The Magyars



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1 F Ogyek Of The Magyars 3

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Olthan Ibn Abdallah Of Al-Hirah



Husband Olthan Ibn Abdallah Of Al-Hirah 3

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1 M Dous Ibn Olthan Of Al-Hirah 3

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Oluf Of Rosenborg Count



Husband Oluf Of Rosenborg Count (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Harold Oldenburg (1876-1949) 1 10 11
         Mother: Helene Of Schleswig- Holstein (1888-1962) 1 10 11


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Philip II Of Macedonia King Of Macedonia and Olympias Of Epirus Princess Of Epirus



Husband Philip II Of Macedonia King Of Macedonia 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 382 BC] Pella, Macedonia
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         Father: Amyntas III Of Macedonia King Of Macedonia (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Eurydice Of Lyncestae (      -      ) 3


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• Photos, Philipiimacedonia




Wife Olympias Of Epirus Princess Of Epirus 3

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         Father: Neoptolemus I Of Epirus (      -      ) 3
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1 M Alexander 'The Great' Of Macedonia King Of Macedonia 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 356 BC] Pella, Macedonia
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2 M Lagus 'The Rabbit' Of Macedonia 3

           Born:  - [Abt. 354 BC], Pella, Macedonia
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         Spouse: Antigone Of Macedonia (      -      ) 3
         Spouse: Arsinoe I Of Macedonia (      -      ) 3




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Philip II (of Macedonia) (382-336 BC), king of Maced o n i a ( 359-336 BC) and father of Alexander the Great, b o r n i n Pell a. From 367 to 365, Philip was a hostage i n Th eb es , and dur ing that period he observed the milita ry te chn iqu es of Theb es, then the greatest power in Gre ece. I n 36 4 h e returned t o Macedonia. In 359 he was mad e regen t fo r hi s infant nephe w Amyntas; later that yea r he seiz ed th e thr one for himself . Faced by internal d issension s and a ttacke d on all sides , Philip reorganize d the Mace donian a rmy o n the model of th e Theban phalan x. In les s than tw o year s he had secured th e safety o f his kingdo m and firm ly esta blished himself on t he thr one. From the n on his po licy wa s aggressive. In 35 7 h e conquered th e Athenian col ony of A mphipolis in Thr ace, ga ining posse ssion of the go ld mine s of Mount Pang aeus, whic h finance d his subsequen t wars. I n 356 he cap tured Potidae a in Ch alcidice and Pyd na on th e Gulf of T hermaïkós. In 35 5 h e captured the Thra cian tow n of Cr enides, which, unde r i ts new name, Philipp i, soon a cqui red great wealth an d fame . In 354 Philip con quered Met h one and then advance d into Th essaly. By 352 h e had reach e d the pass of Therm opylae, whic h he did not a ttempt t o tak e, because it wa s strongly guard ed by the At henian s. In 35 1 the great At henian orator Demos thenes del iver ed the firs t of his Phi lippics, a series of s peeche s wa rning the Athe nians abou t the Macedonian menace t o Gr ee k liberty. By 34 8 Phili p had conquered Thrace and Cha l c idice. Two years la ter h e made peace with Athens, whi c h h ad been at war wit h hi m in defense of its ally, th e Ch alcid ian city Olynthu s . Philip was next requested b y th e Theban s to interfer e i n the sacred war against Ph ocis . He marche d into Phoc is i n 346 and destroyed its c ities . Thereafter M acedoni a repla ced Phocis in the Amph ictyoni c League, givin g Phi lip the r ight to participat e in Gree k political affair s ; in 338 th e council appoin ted Phili p commander of the le a gue forces . The Athenian s, arouse d by Demosthenes, unit ed w ith the T hebans agai nst Philip , but their combined a rmy wa s utterl y defeate d in 338 a t the Battle of Chaeron ea. Phili p's vic tory m ade him comp lete master of Greece . Two years l ater , whi le preparing t o invade Persia, h e was assassinated . P hi lip was the grea test statesman an d general of his ti m e . He laid the found ation of the Mac edonian military p owe r e mployed by his so n, Alexander th e Great, to conqu er an d Hel lenize the Midd le East. A tre asure-filled roy al tomb , belie ved to be Phi lip's, was ex cavated at Verg ina, nea r Thessalo níka, Greec e, in 1977 . Source: "Phil ip II (of Ma cedonia), " Microsoft (R) Encar ta(R) 98 Encyc lopedia. (c) 19 93-1997 Mi crosoft C orporati on. All right s reserved.Phili p II (of Mace donia ) (382-33 6 BC), kin g of Macedonia (359-3 36 BC) andfath e r of Alexa nde r th e Great, born in Pella. F rom 367 to 36 5 , Phili p wasa ho stage in Thebes, and durin g that p erio d h e obs erved th e militarytechniques of Thebe s, then th e great es t powe r in Greece. In 36 4 hereturned t o Macedon ia. In 3 5 9 h e was made regent for his infant neph ewAmynta s; late r t h a t year he seized the throne for himse lf. Fac ed b y in terna l dissensions and attacked on all side s, Phi lip reo rganize d the Macedonian arm y on the model o f the T he ba n phalanx . Inless than two years he had secure d the s a f ety of hi s k ingdom and firmlyestablished himsel f o n t h e throne. From th en on his policy wasaggressiv e . I n 3 5 7 he conquered the At henian colony of Amphipol is inThr a ce , gaining possession o f the g old mines of M ount Panga e us , whichfinanced his subs equent wars. In 35 6 he captur e d P otidaea i n Chalcidicean d Pydna on the G ulf of Therm aïk ós . In 355 he captured the T hracian to wnof Creni des , whic h , under its new name, Philip pi, so on acquired gre atweal t h and fame. In 354 Philip conqu er ed Methone and t hen adv an ced into Thessaly. By 352he h a d reached the pa s s of Th erm opylae, which he did not a ttemp t to take, be cause it w as st rongly guarded by th e Ath enians . In 35 1 the greatAt henia n orator Demosthen es delivered th e fir st of his Phil ippics , as eries of s peeches warning th e A thenians abou t the Mac edonian mena ce toGreek liberty . B y 348 P hilip h ad conquer ed Thrac e and Chalcidice. Tw oyear s later he mad e peace wit h Ath ens, which ha d bee n at war w ith him inde fense of it s a lly, the Chalcidia n city Olynthus . Philip w as nextre q u ested by the Theban s to interfere i n the sacr ed war ag ains t Phocis.He march ed into Phoci s i n 346 an d destroy ed it s cities. Thereaf terMacedonia rep laced Phoc is in t he Amphi ctyonic Leagu e , giving Philip the right t o part icipate i n Greek politic al affairs; in 338 th e coun cila ppoin ted Ph ilip commande r of the league forces . Th e At henians, arouse dby Demosth enes, united wit h the Th eb an s against Philip , but their combined army was utterl y d e feated in 338 at th e Batt l e of Chaeronea.Philip' s victo r y made him complet e mast er of Greece. Two year s later,wh il e pre paring to in vad e Persia, he was assas sinated. Phi li p was the greates t s tatesman and genera l of his time. H e la id thefoundati o n of the Maced onia n military power em ploye d by his son , A lexander the Gre at, to conquer and He lleniz e the Mi d dle E ast. Atreasur e-filled royal tomb, be lieved t o be Ph ilip's , was excav ated atVergina, nea r The ssaloníka , Gre ece, i n 1977. S ource: "Philip II (of Macedo nia)," Micr os oft(R) E ncarta (R) 98Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1 997 Mic roso f t Corpora tio n. 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General Notes for Child Alexander 'The Great' Of Macedonia King Of Macedonia

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), king of Macedonia, c o n q u eror of the Persian Empire, and one of the greates t m il it ar y geniuses of all times. Alexander, born in Pe lla , th e a nci ent capital of Macedonia, was the son of P hili p II , kin g o f Macedonia, and of Olympias, a princes s o f Epiru s. Ari stot le was Alexander's tutor; he gave A lexa nder a t horoug h trai ning in rhetoric and literatur e an d stimulate d his i nteres t in science, medicine, an d phil osophy. In t he summe r of 33 6 BC Philip was assass inated , and Alexande r ascende d to th e Macedonian throne . He fo und himself sur rounded b y enemie s at home and th reatene d by rebellion ab road. Alex ander dis posed quickl y of al l conspirators an d domestic en emies by o rderin g their ex ecution. Then he d escended on Th essaly, whe r e partisan s of independence ha d gained ascenda ncy, and r es tored Ma cedonian rule. Befor e the end of the s ummer o f 33 6 BC h e had reestablished hi s position in Greec e an d was el ect ed by a congress of sta tes at Corinth. In 3 3 5 BC as gen e ral of the Greeks in a c ampaign against th e P ersians, o rigi nally planned by his f ather, he carrie d ou t a succes sful ca mpaign against the d efecting Thrac ians, p enetrati ng to th e Danube River. On h is return h e crushed i n a si ngle week t he threatening Ill yrians an d then hastene d t o Thebes, whic h had revolted. H e too k the city by sto r m and razed it, spa ring only the t emp les of the gods an d t he house of the Gree k lyric poe t P indar, and sellin g the s urviving inhabitants , about 80 0 0 in number, int o slavery . Alexander's promptnes s in cr u shing the revol t of Thebe s brought the other Gree k sta te s into instan t and abject s ubmission. Alexander beg a n hi s war agains t Persia in the s pring of 334 BC by cr ossi n g the Hellesp ont (modern Dardane lles) with an arm y of 35 , 00 0 Macedoni an and Greek troops ; his chief off icers, al l Mace donians , included Antigonus , Ptolemy, an d Seleucus . At th e rive r Granicus, near the a ncient cit y of Troy, h e attacke d a n army of Persians and G reek ho plites (mercen aries) tot a ling 40,000 men. His force s de feated the enem y and, acc ordi ng to tradition, lost on l y 110 men; after t his battl e all t he states of Asia Mi no r submitted to him . In pass ing throug h Phrygia he i s sai d to have cut wit h his swor d the Gordia n knot. Con tinuin g to advance south ward, Ale xander encounte red th e main Per sian army, comman ded by K ing Darius III, a t I ssus, in nort heastern Syria . The siz e of Darius's arm y i s unknown; th e ancient tradi tion tha t it contained 5 00,00 0 men is now c onsidered a fa ntasti c exaggeration . The Battl e of Issus, i n 333, ende d i n a great victor y for Alexander . Cut off fro m his bas e , Darius fled nor thward, abandonin g his mother , wife, a n d children to Al exander, who treate d them with t he resp ec t due to royal ty. Tyre, a strongly fo rtified seap ort , off ered obstina te resistance, but Alexande r took i t b y stor m in 332 af ter a siege of seven months. Al exand er ca pture d Gaza ne xt and then passed on into Egypt, w he re he w as g reete d as a deliverer. By these successes h e s ecured c ont ro l of the entire eastern Mediterranean co astlin e. La t e r in 332 he founded, at the mouth of the Ni le Rive r , th e c ity of Alexandria, which later became th e liter ary , sc ient ific, and commercial center of the Gre ek wor ld. Cyr en e, th e capital of the ancient North Afric an ki ngdom of C y renaic a, submitted to Alexander soon aft erwa rd, extendin g h is do minion to Carthaginian territory . I n the spring o f 33 1 Ale xander made a pilgrimage to t h e great temple an d oracl e o f Amon-Ra, Egyptian god o f th e sun, whom the Gr eeks iden ti fied with Zeus. The ea rlie r Egyptian pharaoh s were believ e d to be sons of Amo n-Ra ; and Alexander, th e new ruler o f E gypt, wanted th e go d to acknowledge him a s his son. Th e pil grimage app arent ly was successful, an d it may have co nfirme d in hi m a be lief in his own divin e origin. Turnin g northwa r d again , he reorganized his for ces at Tyre and s tarted f o r Baby lon with an army of 40,00 0 infantry and 700 0 cav alry . Cr ossing the Euphrates and t he Tigris rivers , h e met Dari u s at the head of an army o f unknown size , which , accordi n g to the exaggerated accou nts of antiq uity, wa s said t o num ber a million men; thi s army he co mpletely de feate d in th e Battle of Gaugamela , on Octobe r 1, 331 BC. D ari us fled a s he had done at Iss us and wa s later slain b y t wo of his ow n generals. Babylo n surre ndered after Gauga m ela, and the ci ty of Susa wit h its e normous treasures w a s soon conquered . Then, in mid winte r, Alexander force d hi s way to Persepoli s, the Persi a n capital. After plun derin g the royal treasuri es and ta k ing other rich booty , he bur ned the city durin g a drun ke n binge and thus com pleted th e destruction of th e anc ien t Persian Empire. Hi s domain no w extended along a n d beyon d the southern shor es of the Cas pian Sea, inclu din g moder n Afghanistan an d Baluchistan, an d northwar d into Ba ctri a and Sogdiana , the modern Wester n Turkist an, also kno w n as Central As ia. It had taken Alex ande r only three yea rs , from the sp ring of 330 BC to the s p ring of 327 BC, t o mas ter this v ast area. In order to co m plete his conques t of th e remna nts of the Persian Empi re , which had once i ncluded p ar t of western India, Alex ande r crossed the Indu s Rive r i n 326 BC, and invaded th e Punja b as far as the r ive r Hyphas is (modern Beas); a t this poin t the Macedonia n s rebelled an d refused to g o farther. He t hen construct e d a fleet and pa ssed dow n the Indus, reachin g its mout h i n September 325 BC . Th e fleet then sailed t o the Pers ia n Gulf. With his arm y , he returned overland ac ross th e de sert to Media. Sho rtage s of food and water caus ed se ver e losses and hards hip amon g his troops. Alexande r spe nt a bout a year orga nizing his d ominions and completi n g a sur vey of the Per sian Gulf in pre paration for furth e r conque sts. He arri ved in Babylon in th e spring of 32 3 BC . In Ju ne he cont racted a fever and died . He left hi s empi re, i n his ow n words, "to the strongest" ; this amb iguous t esta ment r esulted in dire conflicts for h alf a c entury. Al exa nde r was one of the greatest generals o f al l time, not e d f or his brilliance as a tactician and tro o p leader a n d f or the rapidity with which he could traver s e grea t exp anse s of territory. He was usually brave an d gen er ous, bu t cou ld be cruel and ruthless when politic s deman d ed. Th e theor y has been advanced that he was act uall y an al coho lic havi ng, for example, killed his frien d C litus i n a dr unken fur y. He later regretted this ac t de eply. A s a stat esman an d ruler he had grandiose plan s ; according t o man y modern h istorians he cherished a s c heme for unitin g th e East and t he West in a world empi re , a new and enligh te ned "world br otherhood of all men . " He trained thousan d s of Persian you ths in Macedonia n t actics and enrolled t he m in his army. H e himself ado pte d Persian manners and m arri ed Eastern wive s, namely , Rox ana (died about 311 BC) , daugh ter of Oxyarte s of S ogdian a, and Barsine (or State ira; die d about 323BC) , t he elde r daughter of Darius; an d he encour aged and bri b ed his o fficers to take Persian w ives. Shortl y befor e he d ied, A lexander ordered the Gree k cities to wor shi p him a s a go d. Although he probably ga ve the order f o r politica l rea sons, he was, in his own vi ew and tha t of hi s contemp ora ries, of divine birth. The o rder wa s largely nu llifie d b y his death shortly after h e issue d it. To bind hi s con q uests together, Alexander fo unde d a number of cities , mo s t of them named Alexandria , al ong his line of march; t h es e cities were well locate d , well paved, and provided w i t h good water supplies. G ree k veterans from his army se ttl e d in them; young men , trad ers, merchants, and schola rs we r e attracted to th em; Gree k culture was introduced ; and t h e Greek languag e became w idely known. Thus, Alex ander vas tl y extende d the influenc e of Greek civilizatio n and prepa re d th e way for the king doms of the Hellenist ic period an d t h e conquests of the R oman Empire. Source : "Alexander t h e Gre at," Microsoft(R ) Encarta(R) 98 Ency clopedia. (c ) 199 3-199 7 Microsoft Cor poration. All right s reserved . ------- - Th e Egyptians, op pressed under th e Persian r ule, welcome d Ale xander the Gr eat with open a rms when h e entered the c ountr y in 332 B.C . While ther e he visite d the Oracle of Am on, a t Siwa, whe re he was d eclared "t he son of Amon." Exac tly ho w this ha ppened i s unclear . One story is that eithe r upon e nterin g or exi ting th e temple he was greeted by th e pries t as " my son. " Alex ander's army and followers wer e not i n a str ategi c posi tion to see the priest and though t the wo rds c am e fro m the god himself. However it happened , from th a t p oin t on Alexander was instated as a son of go d, lik e t h e p haraohs of old. Alexander initiated the build in g of A le x andria, but never lived to see the city. He le f t Egy p t in 3 31 B.C. and left Cleomenes of Naukratis i n cha rg e o f the te rritory. This position was later claim ed b y P tole my. When A lexander died, Ptolemy's generals d ivi ded th e k ingdom. Sour ce: www.touregypt.netAlexander t h e Great (3 56 -323 BC), kin g of Macedonia, conqueror o f t hePersian Emp i re, and on e o f the greatest militar y geni uses of all ti m es. Alexander, b orn in Pella, th e ancien t capital of Mac ed onia, was the son of Philip II , kin g o f Macedonia, an d o f Olympias, a prince ss of Ep irus.A ristotle was Alexand er' s tutor; he gave A lex ande r a tho rough training inrhet ori c and literature and st i mulate d his interest in scien c e , medicine, and philos ophy . I n the summer of 336 BC Ph ili p was assassinated , andAlex a nder asce nded to the Mace doni an throne. He f ound himse lf s urroundedby enemies at h ome a nd threatene d b y rebel lion ab road. Alexander dispos edquic kly of al l conspirato rs and dom estic enemies by or d erin g theire xecution. The n he descende d on Thessaly, wh ere par tisan s of independe ncehad gaine d a scendancy, an d restore d M acedonian rule . Before the end oft he summer o f 336 B C h e had rees tabl ished his position in G reece an d wase lecte d by a congres s of states at Corinth. I n 33 5 B C a s genera l of theGree ks in a campaign against th e P ersia ns, origina lly planne d by hisfather , he carrie d o u t a successful cam paign ag ainst the defectingThraci ans , pen etrating to the D an ub e River. On his return h e crus hed i n asingle week th e th reatening Illyrians an d then ha sten e d to Thebes, whic hh ad revolted. He too k the city b y storm a nd razed it, sp a ring only thetem p les of the god s and the h ouse of th e Gre ek lyric poe t Pindar, andsellin g the survivi ng inha bi tant s, abou t 8000 in number, int o slavery.Alexand er' s promptne ss i n crushing the revolt o f Th ebes brough t t he otherGre e k states into instant an d abject submissi on. Al exande r beg an his war against Pers ia in the sprin g of 33 4 B C bycrossi ng the Hellespont (mo d ern Dardanell es) wi th an a rmy of 35 , 000Macedonian an d Greek troops ; his c hief office rs, al l M acedonians, inc luded Antigon us, Pt olemy, and Sele ucus . At the river Gran icus, nearth e anc ien t city of Troy , h e attacked an arm y of Persian s an d Greekhoplites (mercen ar ies) totaling 40 ,0 00 men . Hi s forces defeated the enemya n d, according t o traditi on , lost only 110 men; after t h i s battle all th estate s o f Asia Minor submitted to him . In p assing throug h Phr yg ia he issai d to have cut with h is swor d the Gordi an k n ot. Continuing to advancesouthward , Alexand er enco u nt e red the main Persian army, commande d by KingDar ius I I I , at Issus, in northeastern Syria . Th e size of Dari u s ' s army isunknown; the ancient tradition t hat it conta i n e d 500,000 men i s nowconsidered a fantasti c exaggera ti on . T he Battle of Issus, in 333, endedin a gre at vict o r y f or Al exander. Cut off from his base, Darius f ledn or thward , aband oning his mother, wife, an d childre n t o Al exander , whotrea ted them with the respect due t o royal ty . Tyre , a strongl y fo rtifiedseaport, offere d obstina t e resista nce, but Alex ander took it by stor m in332 aft e r a si eg e of seven months . Alexander captu red Gaza nex t a nd thenp assed on into Egypt , where he w a s greeted a s a de liverer . By thesesuccesses h e secure d control of t he entir e east ern Mediterr aneancoast line . Later in 33 2 he founded , a t the mouth of the Nile Ri v er, thecity o f Alexandri a , wh ich later became the lit erary , scientif ic, andcommerci a l center of the Greek wo rld. Cyr e ne, th e capital of t h e ancientNorth African k ingdom of Cy renai ca, submitte d t o Alexander soon afterw ard, extending h i s dominion t o Cart haginian territory . In the spring of 3 3 1 Alexande r mad e a pilgrimage to t he great temple andor acl e of Amon -Ra, E g yptian god o f the sun, whom the Gree ks ide ntified with Ze us. The ear lier Egyptian pharaohs we r e belie ved t o be son s ofAmon -Ra; and Alexander, the ne w ruler of E gyp t, wante d th e god toackn owledge him as h is son. The pil g rimage ap p arently was successful, andi t may have confirm e d i n h i m a belief in his own divin e origin. Turningnort hwa r d agai n, he reorganized his for ces a t Tyre and start e d fo rBabyl on with an army of 40,0 00 infantry and 7000 c a valry . Cross ing theE uphrates an d the Tigris rivers, h e m et Dari us a t the head of an arm y ofunknown size, whi ch , a ccordin g t o the exaggerated a ccounts of antiquity ,wa s said to numb e r a million men; t his arm y he comple tel y defeated in the B attle of Gaugame la, on October 1 , 331 B C. Darius fled a s h e h ad done at Issus and was l ater slai n by two of his o wn g enerals. Ba bylon surrende redafter Ga ug amela, and th e cit y of Sus a with its enor mous treasure s wassoon conquer ed. Th en, i n midwinte r , Alexander force d his way toPersep olis, t h e Persia n capital. After plunde ring the royal tre a suries a nd ta king other rich booty, h e burned the city du rin g a dru n ken bingeand thus complet e d the destructio n o f the anci en t Persian Empire. Hisdom ain now extende d alon g and be yond t h e southern shores o f the CaspianSe a, inclu din g modern Afg hanistan and Baluch istan, and nor thw ard i n toBactria and So gdiana, the moder n Western Tur kistan , als o known as Central Asia. It ha d t aken Alexand er on ly thre e years, from the sp ring of 330 B Cto the spr in g of 327 BC , to mast er this vas t area. In o rder to co m plete his conq uest of the remnants o f the Pers ian Empi r e, which had onc e includ ed part of weste rn India , Alex an der crossed theIn dus River in 326 BC, and i nvade d th e Pu nja b as far as th e riverHyphasis (modern Beas ) ; a t thi s point the Macedonia ns rebelled andrefus e d t o g o farth er. He then constructe d a fleet and pass ed dow n theI ndus , reaching its mout h i n September 32 5 BC. Th e fleet th e n sailed tothe Persia n Gulf. With hi s army, h e returned o v er land across the de sertto Media . Shortage s of food an d wa ter caused severe lo sses an d hardship amo ng his troo ps. Ale xander spent abou t a ye ar organizing hi s dominion sand compl eting a surv e y o f the Persian Gulf i n prepara tion for furt herconquest s . He arrived in Babylo n in th e sprin g of 323 B C. In Ju n e hecontracted a feve r and di ed. He left his empir e, i n hi s own words, "to th e strong est"; this ambiguous te s tamen t resulted in dire c onflict s forhalf a century. A lexan de r was one of the grea test g enerals of all time , noted f o r hisbrilliance as a t actic ia n and troop lea der and fo r th e rapidity withwhic h h e could traverse gr eat expanse s of te rrito ry. He wa s us ually braveand gen erous, but cou ld be cr uel and ruthl es s when politics de manded . Thetheor y has bee n advance d t hat he was actual ly an alcoholic havi ng, forexa mple, k il led hi s frien d Clitus in a drunken fur y. He late r regr e ttedthis ac t deeply. As a statesman and r ule r he ha d g r andiose pl ans;according to many modern hist orians he c h er ishe d a scheme for unitin g theEast and th e West i n a wo r l d empire, a new and enlightened "worldbrot herhoo d of a l l m en. " He trained thousands of Persian yout hs i nMace don ian t actics and enrolled them in his army . H e h imse lf ad optedPe rsian manners and married Eastern wive s , na mely, R oxana (di ed about 311 BC), daughter of Oxyar t e s of Sogdia na, and Bar sine (or Stateira; diedabout 32 3 BC) , the eld e r daughter o f Darius; and he encourage d an d bri bedhis o fficers to tak e Persian wives. Short l y bef ore h e died, A lexanderordere d the Greek cities t o worshi p him a s a god . Although he pro b ablygave the o rder fo r politica l reaso ns, he was, in hi s own view an d that of his contempo rari e s, of divine birth . The orde r was larg ely nullifie d byhi s death shortly afte r he is sued it. T o bind his conq uest s together, Alexander f oun ded a numbe r of cities, mos t o f them named Alexa ndri a , along his l ine of march; the s e cities werewell locat ed, w ell paved , and provided w i t h good water supplies . Greekvet eran s from his army set tl ed in them; young me n, traders, me r ch ants,and scholar s we re attracted to t hem; Greek cultu r e was introduced; a ndth e Greek langua g e became widel y know n. Thus, Alexande r vas tly extende dthe influence o f Greek ci vilization a n d prepa red th e way for the kingd omsof the Hel lenistic p eriod an d th e conquests of the Ro man E mpire. Sou rce: "Al exander t h e Great," Microsoft(R ) Encarta(R) 98 Ency cloped ia.(c) 19 9 3-1997 Microsof t Co rporation. All rights r eser ved. -- ---- -- The Egyptians , oppressed under the Persi a n rule , welcom ed Alexander t heGreat with open arms w he n h e e ntered th e country in 3 32 B.C. While therehe visite d t h e Oracle o f Amon, at Siw a, whe re he was declared "t h e so n ofAmon. " Exactly ho w this happened is unclear. O n e stor y is th a t eitherupo n entering or exiting the te mpl e he wa s greet ed by the p riest as "myson." Alexand e r's a rmy and f ollowe rs were n ot in a strategic positi on tose e the pries t and t hough t the word s came from th e god him self. However it hap pen ed, from that point on A lexander wa s instate d a s a s o n of god, like the pharao hs of old. Al exander init iate d th e building of Alexandr ia,but n ever l ived to see t h e city . He left Egypt in 3 31 B.C. and leftC leomenes o f Nauk rati s in charg e of th e territory. This p osition w aslater c lai med by Ptolemy . When Alexander died , Ptolemy ' s general s d ividedthe k ingdom. Source: www.tou regypt.n et

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General Notes for Child Lagus 'The Rabbit' Of Macedonia

Ancestry in doubt. May not be the son of Philip II o f M a c e donia.Ancestry in doubt. May not be the son of Ph il i p I I o f Macedonia.

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Omeya



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Omortag Of The Bulgars Khan Of The Bulgers



Husband Omortag Of The Bulgars Khan Of The Bulgers 3

           Born: Abt 0800 - Bulgaria
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1 M Enrovota Of Bulgaria 3

           Born: Abt 0824 - Bulgaria
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!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

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General Notes for Child Enrovota Of Bulgaria

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Onan and Tamar



Husband Onan 3

           Born:  - Genesis 38:4
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         Father: Judah Ibn Jacob (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Shua Of Canaan (      -      ) 3


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• Alt. Death, Genesis 38:10, 1807




Wife Tamar 3

           Born:  - Genesis 38:6
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   Other Spouse: Judah Ibn Jacob (      -      ) 3

   Other Spouse: Er (      -      ) 3

   Other Spouse: Cambo Blascon King Of Italy (      -      ) 3


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!DEATH:Genesis, Genesis, 46:12


Iñigo Arista King Of Pamplona and Oneca



Husband Iñigo Arista King Of Pamplona 1 3

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         Father: Iñigo Jimenez (0762-      ) 1 3
         Mother: Fortun Widow (      -      )


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• Religion, Moslem (A Basque Leader)




Wife Oneca 1 3

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1 M Galindo Iniguez De Pamplona King Of Pamplona 1 3

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           Marr: Bef 0853
         Spouse: Leogundis Of Asturia Infanta Of Asturia (      -      ) 1 3
           Marr: Bef 0882




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DATE 824 Acceded: leader of the revolt against the Franks, elected King.


General Notes for Child Galindo Iniguez De Pamplona King Of Pamplona

1 UPDA 2 DATE 851 2 PLAC Acceded:


Joseph Combs and Opal



Husband Joseph Combs 3

           Born: Abt 1726 - Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, VA
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         Father: Joseph Combe (1690-1760) 3
         Mother: Elizabeth (      -      ) 3


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   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Harrison (1731-1781) 3 - Abt 1729 - Loudon County, VA




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1 F Violet Combs 3

           Born: 1740 - Loudon County, VA
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           Died: 14 Feb 1842 - Brown County, OH
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         Spouse: Capt. Daniel Feagin (1726-1815) 3
           Marr: 3 Feb 1767 - Loudon County, VA




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What is known is that in 1756, Joseph COMBS I of Staf f o r d , signed a series of deeds of gifts to his childre n , in c lu ding land in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co, V A , incl ud ing , to his son, Joseph COMBS II, whom he desi gn ated "J ose ph t he Younger of Frederick:"

". 1000 acs., all that tract of land in Overwharton P a r i s h on the north side of beaver dam run b/b the Nort h b a n k o f sd. run as far as Brent Town Road & then by s d. r oa d . Sai d Jos. the younger and heirs shall not by v irtu e o f t he pre sents claim any right to any profit ari sin g fro m o r apperta ining to the said Stream called bea ve r dam ru n o r any par t thereof nor build or attempt t o bu ild any m il l or mills u pon any part f sd. stream no r an y way distu r b John COMBS br other to the sd. Joseph. ..i n possessio n o f the mill now upo n that stream or o f th e stream itsel f wi th all its profit s and provided f urthe r that nothin g hereb y granted shall re strain Joh n from b ulding & erect ing as m any mills on sd. st ream a s he shal l think proper . (Staffor d Co DB P:121-125)

To Captain John Ashby Winchester [Frederick Co VA], De c e m b er 28, 1755. I am very much surprised to hear the g re a t i rr egularities which were allowed of in your Camp . T h e Rum , al though sold by Joseph COMBS I am credibl y info rm ed, i s you r property. There are continual compl aints t o m e of t he mis behavior of your wife; who I am t old sow s sed ition a mong th e men, and is chief of ever y mutiny . If sh e is no t immediat ely sent from the Camp , or I hea r any mo re compl aints of su ch irregular behav ior upon m y arriva l there ; I shall take c are to drive h er out myse lf, and s uspend y ou.

It is impossible to get clothing here for our men . I t h i n k none so proper for Rangers as Match-coats; th erefo r e wo ul d advise you to procure them. Those who hav e no t re ceive d c lothing for the future will receive the ir fu ll pa y with ou t stoppages; and those already made , will b e repa id them.

Those who have been clothed must either return the m o r a l l ow stoppages. I would have you consult your men , an d fa l l u pon some method to supply them immediately . I ha ve he ar d ve ry great complaints about the mens pay ; and t hat i t ha s bee n misapplied; to prevent any for t he futur e I Or der , that y ou have your accounts with th e men prop erly st ate d agains t I come up, and always aft er you mak e payment s th ereafter , to make two receipts f rom each ma n; one o f whic h you ar e to have entered i n a Book kept f or that p urpos e for you r own use; the ot her must be take n upon she et o f paper an d transmitted t o me monthly.

I have sent you one of the mutiny Bills which yo u a r e ( a s far as it related to the men) to have frequen tl y re a d t o them, Further; acquaint them, that if any S old ier d es erts , altho he return himself, he shall be ha nged . [sig nat ure n ot included] ("Colonial George Washin gto n versu s Jan e COMB S Ashby," COMBS Family Newsletter , Luk e Combs , CFA H istoria n, submitter).

Bill from Joseph COMBS to John KEATING, 10 May 1758 (C o u n t y not stated)

Joseph COMBS, on list of Regimental Disbursement m a d e t o G eo. WASHINGTON'S Reg.15 Jun 1758 (County not st at ed)

(Frederick VA Poll) Jo:h COMBS, poll taken in Freder i c k C o . 24 Jul 1758

(Frederick VA Poll) Jo:s COMBS, poll taken, Freder i c k C o 2 4 Jul 1758 (Colonial Soldiers of the South, 173 2- 17 74 , Murt ie June Clark, 1983)

At the time of the 1756 deeds of gift from their fat h e r , J oseph I, his brother, John COMBS, Sr., was resid i n g i n Prin ce William. Following his acquisition of hi s f at her' s Overw harton Parish, Stafford County property , ho wev er, h e return ed to the latter county. It is als o poss ibl e (no t yet resea rched) that county changes ha d occurr ed a nd tha t the proper ty on the North Bank fel l later in to Fa uquie r County. A Nor th Neck (VA) surve y in 1760 ind icate s no co unty, but the la nd below was d efinitely tha t onc e (and pos sibly still) owne d by Josep h COMBS I:

7 Jun 1760 (VA NN Survey) Mr. Charles HARDING, no war r a n t , surveyed June 7, 1760; 145 acs. on Bever Dam of A cq u i a b y Brent Town Road; adjoining Joseph COMB'S 576 a cs . a n d 1,3 43 acre tracts, Robt ASHBY, BARBER, Isaac BR IDW EL , Ca rtey W ELLS, FRISTOW. CC - Mr. Nathaniel WILLIA MS a n d Steph en CARP ENTER. Surv. John MAUZY. (Abstract s of Vi rg inia's N orther n Neck Warrants & Surveys: Dunmo re, Shen and oah, Culp eper, P rince William, Fauquier & St afford Co unti es, 1710-1 780, Peg gy Shomo Joyner)

It has not been determined if the above land is th e s a m e o r part of the land deeded Joseph the Younger b y hi s f at he r in 1756, but (a) at the very least, it wa s prob abl y cl os e by, and we know also that part of th e above l an d was t h e 576 acres of land patented by Jose ph COMB S I o n 9 Aug 1 72 6. (Stafford - NN Pat Bk A:211)

Joseph COMBS the Younger, however, also continued to a p p e a r in the records of Frederick over the next few yea r s . H e w as listed on the Frederick County Rent Rolls i n 1 76 4 (n ot n ecessarily an indication of residency, an d ma y ha ve si gnifi ed property ownership only), and in 1 767h e is a lso be lieve d to have probably been the follow ing:

Exxpences of George William FAIRFAX and George WASHI N G T O N accounts to 10 Sep 1767 mention Mr. COMBS (Coloni a l S ol di ers of the South, 1732-1774, Murtie June Clark , 1 983)

By 1768/9, however, Joseph COMBS the Younger was self- s t y l ed as "of Loudoun," and first mention is found of h i s w if e:

(Fauquier Co., VA Deed Book 3, pp. 205 & 373, 1768-9 ) . J o s eph Combs, and his wife Elizabeth, of Loudon Coun t y se l l 10 0 acres on Brenttown Road to Original YOUNG . Th e la n d was p art of a gift of land given to him in 1 756 b y hi s f ather, J oseph Sr. (Fauquier Families, 1759- 1799 : Compr ehen sive inde xed abstracts of Tax and Tithab le Li sts, Mar riag e Bonds an d Minute, Deed, and Will Boo ks, an d Others , Joh n P. Alcoc k (Athens, GA: Iberian Pub lishin g Company , 1994 ) Note: Orig inal YOUNG was a witne ss to t he Oct 178 0 Fauqu ier Co, VA, n uncupative (verbal ) will o f John COMB S, Jr. ( John2, Joseph1)

Eleven years later, in 1779, Joseph and Elizabeth C O M B S o f Loudoun sold additional of the Brenttown Road a cr ea ge:

(Fauquier Co., VA Deed Book 7, p. 242, 1779). Joseph C o m b s , and wife Elizabeth, of Loudoun County, sell 105 a cr e s w he re Brenttown Road fords Dorrells Run to James H OLM ES ; an oth er part of 1756 gift by father. (Fauquier F amil ies , 175 9-17 99: Comprehensive indexed abstracts o f Tax a nd T ithabl e Lis ts, Marriage Bonds and Minute, De ed, an d Wil l Books , and Ot hers, John P. Alcock (Athens , GA: Ib eria n Publishi ng Compan y, 1994)

On 26 Mar 1787, a Joseph COMBS of Loudoun Co, VA tit h e d h i mself and Thomas HOLLAND (Stats: 0-8-7-3-8) (178 7 C en su s o f VA, Loudoun, Personal Property Tax List B , Nett i e Sch rein er-Yantis) Was this Joseph the Younger , son o f J osep h I? W e do not know yet; however, one wou ld expec t th at Jo seph th e Younger, born before 1731, wo uld hav e bee n a non- tithabl e by 1787 if still head of h is own h ouseho ld; thu s it seem s unlikely that the abov e record w as his . Thoma s HOLLAND ha s not been identifie d.

In addition to possible confusion between Joseph CO M B S t h e Younger of Frederick and the "other" Joseph COM B S o f Lo ud oun, it has been necessary to also attempt t o s egre gat e fro m the former two the records of Joseph C OMB S II I of S taffor d, son of John and Seth BULLIT Combs , Sr ., an d grand son o f Joseph COMBS I. JHC took the fir m pos itio n that th e word , Junior, could signify only th at th e abov e Joseph w as th e son of Joseph COMBS, Senior . (so n of Jos eph I and r eferre d to herein as Joseph COM BS th e Younger) . We know, o f cours e, from numerous othe r inst ances, tha t Junior was o ften use d to designate th e young er of two m en of the sam e name, no t necessaril y father a nd son, an d unless there w ere two Jos eph COMB S in this a rea at th e time, then Josep h COMBS, Jr . of S tafford wa s Joseph, so n of John and Set h BULLITT Comb s , Sr., as i s partly docum ented by his 181 0 Stafford Coun t y will, an d is the Josep h COMBS, Jr. (John 2, Joseph1 ) to wh om Jose ph COMBS the Yo unger (Joseph1) dee ded lan d in Fauqui er C o, VA in 1790:

(Fauquier Co., VA Deed Book 10, pp. 373 & 375, 1790) . J o s e ph Combs and wife Elizabeth, of Loudoun County, s el l 2 6 5 ac res on Dorrells Run to Joseph Jr. of Staffor d Co unt y . (Fauq uier Families, 1759-1799: Comprehensiv e index ed a bs tracts o f Tax and Tithable Lists, Marriag e Bonds a nd Mi nut e, Deed , and Will Books, and Others, J ohn P. Alc ock (A then s, GA: I berian Publishing Company , 1994) 179 0 (Fauqui er DB 10:37 3 & 375) Joseph COMBS o f Loudoun to R obert ASHB Y alia s COMB S, 158 a., and Henr y WASHINGTON o f PW, adj. 1 63 a. ( Fauquie r Families.)

The first deed adds the mystery of the identity of t h i s E l izabeth COMBS since Elizabeth HARRISON Combs di e d i n 178 1 . It is possible though that since we don't h av e fu ll dat e s yet (no transcripts yet) on these deeds , th at th e 179 0 ma y be a recording date only. The Rober t ASH BY ali as COM BS i n the second deed above is believe d by m any res earcher s t o have been a natural son of Jos eph COM BS the Y ounger ( so n of Joseph1). Unfortunately , transcri pts of th ese recor d s have not yet been obtain ed; however , the latt er was app ar ently at least partial ly (in conju nction wit h Washington ' s letter above), th e basis for JH C'S stateme nt that Jose p h COMBS the Young er was "a hel l raiser" an d that he may h av e had a "natu ral" son name d Robert ASHB Y alias Combs.


Ophir



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Henry H Hulsey and Ora



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           Born: 1884
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         Father: Andrew Jackson Hulsey (1844-1932) 9
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Ealdorman Ordgar Of Devon and Wulfrith Redburch



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           Born: Abt 0922 - Of Devonshire, England 6
     Christened:  - Earl Of Devon
           Died: Abt 0971 - Y
         Buried: 
            AFN: FLGP-WN


         Father: Alpsius Of Devon Duke Of Devon (Bef 0897-      ) 3
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 




Wife Wulfrith Redburch 1 3 5

           Born: 0923
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Children
1 F Queen Elfrida Of England 1 3 5 6 11

           Born: Abt 0947 - Of Devonshire, England 6
     Christened:  - Queen Of England
           Died: 1000 - London, Middlesex County, England 6 11
         Buried: 
            AFN: GS4H-QD
         Spouse: King Edgar Of England (0944-0975) 1 3 5 6 11
           Marr: 0965 - , Wessex, England 6. (Divorced)
         Spouse: Ethelwold Saxeanglia (Abt 0945-      ) 3
           Marr: Abt 0985




Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child Queen Elfrida Of England

1 NAME Elfthryth & /Aelfthryth/ 1 UPDA 2 PLAC Wessex


Daughter of Ordgar Earl of Devon. Some sources say daughter of Egbert WESSEX (


King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon and Sancha Of Pamplona



Husband King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon 1 3 6

           Born: 0873
     Christened: 
           Died: 0924
         Buried: 


         Father: King Alfonso III Of Asturias, Galicia And Leon (0848-0912) 1 3 6
         Mother: Jimena De Navarre (      -Bef 0912) 1 3 6


       Marriage: 1 Mar 0923

   Other Spouse: Nunja Elvire Menendez Of Portugal (      -0921) 1 3 - Abt 0895

   Other Spouse: Aragonta Betotez (      -      ) 1 - 0922




Wife Sancha Of Pamplona 1 3 6

           Born: Abt 0915
     Christened: 
           Died: Dec 0959
         Buried: 


         Father: King Sancho I Garcés Of Navarre (Between 0865-0925) 1 3 6
         Mother: Urraca Anzarez De Aragon (0885-0970) 1 3 6



   Other Spouse: Alvaro De Alava Count Of Alava (      -Abt 0931) 1 3 - Abt 0924

   Other Spouse: Count Fernan Gonzalez De Lara Of Castile (Abt 0910-0970) 1 3 6 - Abt 0932

   Other Spouse: Inigo Fortunez (      -Abt 0905) 1

   Other Spouse: Galindo I Aznárez Count (Abt 0893-0867) 1 3


General Notes (Husband)

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


General Notes (Wife)

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon and Nunja Elvire Menendez Of Portugal



Husband King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon 1 3 6

           Born: 0873
     Christened: 
           Died: 0924
         Buried: 


         Father: King Alfonso III Of Asturias, Galicia And Leon (0848-0912) 1 3 6
         Mother: Jimena De Navarre (      -Bef 0912) 1 3 6


       Marriage: Abt 0895

   Other Spouse: Sancha Of Pamplona (Abt 0915-0959) 1 3 6 - 1 Mar 0923

   Other Spouse: Aragonta Betotez (      -      ) 1 - 0922




Wife Nunja Elvire Menendez Of Portugal 1 3

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 0921
         Buried: 


         Father: Hermenegildo Gutierrez Portugal (      -      ) 1 3
         Mother: Hermesinde Gatonez De Viero (      -      ) 1 3





Children
1 M Sancho Ordonez 1

           Born: Abt 0895
     Christened: 
           Died: 0929
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Goto Gutierrez (      -      ) 1
           Marr: Bef 0927



2 M Alfonso IV King Of Leon 1 6

           Born: Abt 0899
     Christened: 
           Died: 0933 6
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Urraca Princess Of Navarre (      -0956) 1 3 6
           Marr: 0923



3 M King Ramiro II Of Leon 1 3 6

           Born: Abt 0900
     Christened: 
           Died: 0950 6
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Princess Teresa Florentina Florentina Of Navarre (      -      ) 3 6
           Marr: Abt 0934
         Spouse: Adosina Gutierrez (      -      ) 1 3
           Marr: Abt 0925. (Divorced in 0930)
         Spouse: Urraca Princess Of Navarre (      -0956) 1 3 6
           Marr: Abt 0932 - Urraca




General Notes (Husband)

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


General Notes (Wife)

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


General Notes for Child Alfonso IV King Of Leon

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


General Notes for Child King Ramiro II Of Leon

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon and Aragonta Betotez



Husband King Ordoño II Of Galicia And Leon 1 3 6

           Born: 0873
     Christened: 
           Died: 0924
         Buried: 


         Father: King Alfonso III Of Asturias, Galicia And Leon (0848-0912) 1 3 6
         Mother: Jimena De Navarre (      -Bef 0912) 1 3 6


       Marriage: 0922

   Other Spouse: Sancha Of Pamplona (Abt 0915-0959) 1 3 6 - 1 Mar 0923

   Other Spouse: Nunja Elvire Menendez Of Portugal (      -0921) 1 3 - Abt 0895




Wife Aragonta Betotez 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


General Notes (Husband)

[royalty.ged]

The Augustan, Vol. XII, No. 5.


King Ordoño III Of León and Urraca De Castile



Husband King Ordoño III Of León 1 3

           Born: Abt 0926
     Christened: 
           Died: 0956 - Zamora
         Buried: 


         Father: King Ramiro II Of Leon (Abt 0900-0950) 1 3 6
         Mother: Adosina Gutierrez (      -      ) 1 3


       Marriage: 0941

   Other Spouse: Aragonta Pelaez (      -      ) 1 3 - Associated With




Wife Urraca De Castile 1 3 6

           Born: Abt 0935
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1007
         Buried: 


         Father: Count Fernan Gonzalez De Lara Of Castile (Abt 0910-0970) 1 3 6
         Mother: Sancha Of Pamplona (Abt 0915-0959) 1 3 6



   Other Spouse: Ordoño IV The Bad Of León (Abt 0926-0962) 1 - 0958

   Other Spouse: King Sancho II Garcés Abarca Of Navarre (After 0935-0994) 1 3 6 - Abt 0962



Children
1 M Ordono Of León 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died:  - Young
         Buried: 



2 M Ordono IV Of Leon (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 F Teresa (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 F Teresa Of Leon (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 




General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 951 2 PLAC Acceded:


General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


King Ordoño III Of León and Aragonta Pelaez



Husband King Ordoño III Of León 1 3

           Born: Abt 0926
     Christened: 
           Died: 0956 - Zamora
         Buried: 


         Father: King Ramiro II Of Leon (Abt 0900-0950) 1 3 6
         Mother: Adosina Gutierrez (      -      ) 1 3


       Marriage:  - Associated With

   Other Spouse: Urraca De Castile (Abt 0935-After 1007) 1 3 6 - 0941




Wife Aragonta Pelaez 1 3

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Pelayo Gonzalez Galicia Count (      -Abt 0959) 3
         Mother: Hermensenda Gutierrez (      -      ) 3





Children
1 M Vermudo II The Gouty Of León King 1 3

           Born: Abt 0953
     Christened: 
           Died: Sep 0999 - Villabueno, DE Bierzo, Spain
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elvira Garcia Castile (Abt 0970-After 1027) 1 3
           Marr: 0991
         Spouse: Velasquita (      -After 1024) 1
           Marr: 0988




General Notes (Husband)

1 UPDA 2 DATE 951 2 PLAC Acceded:


General Notes (Wife)

1 UPDA 2 PLAC Probable mistress of Ordoño.


General Notes for Child Vermudo II The Gouty Of León King

1 UPDA 2 DATE 985 2 PLAC Acceded:


Ordono IV Of Leon



Husband Ordono IV Of Leon (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: King Ordoño III Of León (Abt 0926-0956) 1 3
         Mother: Urraca De Castile (Abt 0935-After 1007) 1 3 6


       Marriage: 




Wife (details suppressed for this person)

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



Wigebart (Wicibert) Of Saxony Duke Of Saxony and Ordrad



Husband Wigebart (Wicibert) Of Saxony Duke Of Saxony 3

           Born: Abt 0799
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 0843 and 0851
         Buried: 


         Father: Wittekind (Widukind) Of The Saxons King Of The Saxons (Abt 0769-After 0807) 3
         Mother: Geva (      -      ) 3


       Marriage: 




Wife Ordrad 3

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged

!DEATH:edwardiii.ged, edwardiii.ged


Eudon and Orguen



Husband Eudon 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 1079
         Buried: 


         Father: Geoffroi I Duc De Bretagne (Abt 0980-1008) 1 3 6
         Mother: Havoise De Normandie (Abt 0977-1033) 1 3 12


       Marriage: 




Wife Orguen 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: After 1056
         Buried: 



Children
1 M Geoffrey, I Botererl 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Brian 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



3 M Alan The Red 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



4 M William 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



5 M Robert 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



6 M Richard 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 



7 M Stephen 1

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Apr 1136
         Buried:  - St Mary's, York
         Spouse: Hawise (      -After 1135) 1





Orodes II Of Parthia



Husband Orodes II Of Parthia 3

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Phraates III Of Parthia King Of Parthia (      -      ) 3
         Mother: Piritana Of Parthia (      -      ) 3


       Marriage: 




Wife

           Born: 
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 





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