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Book Maitlen Ahnentafel Report Generations 13-14


Book Maitlen Ahnentafel Report

Generation 13

4898. Thomas WALSMITH: born abt 1645 in Ireland; died in Ireland.

4912. Nicholas PYLE: born 13 Mar 1625 in Wiltshire, England; married 22 Sep 1656 in Wiltshire, England; died 26 Aug 1691 in Wiltshire, England.
4913. Edith MUSPRAT: born abt 1635 in Wiltshire, England; died 10 Jun 1676 in Wiltshire, England.

4914. Joseph BUSHELL: born abt 1640 in England; died by 13 May 1708 in Chester Co., PA.

4920. William BALDWIN: born abt 1645 in Oxfordshire, England; died aft 1667 in Oxfordshire, England.

4922. Thomas COEBOURNE: born abt 1640 in Berkshire, England; married abt 1660 in Berkshire, England; died 1699 in Chester Co., PA.
4923. Elizabeth "Coebourne" : born abt 1640 in England; died 6 Mar 1688 in Chester Co., PA.

4992. Richard BOWEN: born 1580 in Glamorganshire, Wales; married bef 1618 in Glamorganshire, Wales; died 4 Feb 1674 in Bristol Co., MA.
4993. Ann "Bowen" : born 1586 in Glamorganshire, Wales; died 1644 in Bristol Co., MA.

4994. Thomas CLIFTON: born 1606 in England; married by 1627 in Wales, England; died May 1681 in Newport, RI.
4995. Mary "Clifton" : born 1600 in England; died Nov 1686 in Newport, RI.

4996. John WOOD: born 12 Apr 1590 in Mitcham, Surrey, England; married 28 Jan 1610 in Southwark, Surrey, England; died Mar 1655 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI.
4997. Margaret CARTER: born 1592 in Mitcham, Surrey, England; died by 1643 in Long Island, NY.

5002. Rev. Thomas JAMES: born abt 1623 in England; married by 1647 in New England; died 14 Jun 1696 in Fairfield, CT.
5003. Ruth JONES: born abt 1628; died bef 2 Sep 1669 in New England.

7168. Jacques MAILLOUX: born 1607 in France; married by 1630 in France; died 5 Apr 1677 in Brie-sous-Matha, Charent Maritime, France.
7169. Jeanne Suzanne ARNAUD: born abt 1610 in France; died 28 Oct 1710 in Brie-sous-Matha, Charent Maritime, France.

7170. Louis DELAUNAY: born abt 1615 in France; married by 1634 in France; died in France.
7171. Margaret CAZALEDE: born 1620 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died 1659 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France.

7172. Claude MARCOUX: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1630 in France; died in France.
7173. Marie JUNEAU: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7174. Paul RAINVILLE: born 1618 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; married 1638 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died 10 Dec 1686 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
7175. Roline POETE: born 1618 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died 16 Feb 1666 in Quebec, Canada.

7176. Vincent VACHON: born 1605 in France; married 1624 in France; died in France.
7177. Sapience RABEAU: born 22 Feb 1599 in Vendee, Poitou, France; died in France.

7178. Noel LANGLOIS: born 4 Jun 1606 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; married 25 Jul 1634 in Quebec, Canada; died 14 Jul 1684 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
7179. Francoise GARNIER: born 16 Mar 1604 in Champagne, France; died 1 Nov 1665 in Quebec, Canada.

7184. Charles LAVALLEE: born 1584 in France; married 11 Nov 1607 in France; died aft 1637 in France.
7185. Fleurence DE SAHURS: born abt 1590 in Saverdun, Arige, France; died by 1630 in France.

7188. Leonard LEBLANC: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1625 in France; died in France.
7189. Jeanne FAYANDE: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

7190. Robert RITON: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1622 in France; died in France.
7191. Marguerite GUYON: born abt 1605 in France; died in France.

7192. Francois BAUGIS: born 1612 in Lucon, Poitou, France; married 1637 in Lucon, Poitou, France; died 1681 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
7193. Denise MERCIER: born 1612 in Lucon, Poitou, France; died 3 Sep 1661 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.

7194. Isaac DUBOIS: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1639 in France; died in France.
7195. Anne RICHER: born abt 1625 in France; died in France.

7196. Andre PARENT: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1616 in France; died in France.
7197. Marie CONDRE: born abt 1600 in France; died in France.

7198. Jacques BADEAU: born 1615 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; married 1631 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died 17 Aug 1658 in Quebec, Canada.
7199. Anne ARDOUIN: born 1615 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died 11 Oct 1670 in Quebec, Canada.

7202. Andre BERNARD: born 1615 in Vendee, Poitou, France; married 1642 in Jemseg, New Brunswick, Canada; died aft 1654 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7203. Marie Andree GUION: born 1616 in Loudun, France; died 1714 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.

7204. Mathurin THIBODEAU: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1630 in France; died in France.
7205. Marie DOLBEAU: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7206. Jean THERIAULT: born 1601 in Martaize, France; married 1635 in Martaize, France; died 1686 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7207. Perrine RAU: born 1611 in La Chaussee, France; died 1686 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.

7210. Jehan GAUDET: born 1575 in Martaize, France; married 1598 in Paris, France; died abt 1674 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7211. Marie DAUSSY: born 1573 in France; died 1627 in France.

7214. Guillaume TRAHAN: born 1611 in Vendee, Poitou, France; married 13 Jul 1627 in Chinon, France; died 1682 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7215. Francoise CHARBONNEAU: born 1614 in Chinon, France; died 1666 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.

7224. Pierre LAVERDURE: born 1606 in France; married 1630 in Scotland; died 1677 in Boston, MA.
7225. Priscilla MELANSON: born 1610 in Scotland; died 1691 in Boston, MA.

7226. Lt. Maj. Phillippe MIUS d’Entremont: born 14 Nov 1601 in Cherbourg, Normandie, France; married 1648 in Calvados, Normandie, France; died 1700 in Grand Pre, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7227. Madeleine ELIE: born 1626 in France; died 1679 in Cap Sable, Nova Scotia, Canada.

7228. Jean BLANCHARD: born 1611 in France; married abt 1642 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 1692 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
7229. Radegonde LAMBERT: born 1621 in France; died 1692 in Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.

7230. Daniel LEBLANC: Same as person number 3604.
7231. Francoise GAUDET: Same as person number 3605.

7240. Denis CLOUTIER: born abt 1570 in France; married by 1589 in France; died aft 12 Mar 1633 in Mortagne, Perche, France.
7241. Renee BRIERE: born abt 1573 in France; died 1 May 1608 in France.

7242. Paul Michel DUPONT: born abt 1575 in France; married by 1595 in France; died in France.
7243. Perrine DE MORTAGNE: born abt 1580 in France; died in France.

7244. Claude MORIN: born abt 1590 in France; married 1608 in Brie-Compte-Robert, France; died in France.
7245. Jeanne MOREAU: born abt 1590 in France; died 9 Jan 1640 in France.

7246. Pierre DESPORTES dit Deligneres: born 18 May 1574 in Calvados, Normandie, France; married 13 Jun 1599 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died aft 1659 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
7247. Francoise LANGLOIS: born abt 1584 in Calvados, Normandie, France; died bef 1 Apr 1641 in France.

7248. Francois BELANGER: born 1586 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; married 1611 in Normandy, France; died in France.
7249. Francoise HORLAYS: born 1592 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died in France.

7250. Jean GUYON: born 18 Sep 1592 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 12 Jun 1615 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died 30 May 1663 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
7251. Marie Mathurine ROBIN: born 1592 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died 16 Apr 1662 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.

7252. Zacharie CLOUTIER: Same as person number 3620.
7253. Sainte DUPONT: Same as person number 3621.

7254. Abraham MARTIN: born 1589 in Normandy, France; married 1619 in France; died 8 Sep 1664 in Quebec, Canada.
7255. Marguerite LANGLOIS: born 1592 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died 17 Dec 1665 in Quebec, Canada.

7268. Jacques NEVEU: born abt 1610 in France; married abt 1629 in France; died in France.
7269. Marie MICHEL: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7270. Nicolas LEDET: born abt 1615 in France; married abt 1633 in France; died in France.
7271. Isabelle PINEAULT: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7280. Pierre ROUSSIN: born 1575 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 4 Jun 1591 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 26 Jun 1603 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.
7281. Jeanne NYUELLE: born abt 1575 in France; died 1636 in France.

7282. Jean GIGUERE: born 1572 in Mortagne, Perche, France; married 1604 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died 15 Oct 1639 in Mortagne, Perche, France.
7283. Madeleine JOURNAL: born 1585 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died bef 28 Jul 1630 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.

7284. Philibert TREMBLAY: born abt 1605 in France; married 3 Oct 1623 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 17 Nov 1642 in St. Malo, Bretagne, France.
7285. Jeanne COIGNET: born abt 1608 in St. Malo, Bretagne, France; died aft 13 Oct 1652 in France.

7286. Jean ACHON: born 1605 in France; married 1630 in Chambon, Charante Maritime, France; died in France.
7287. Helene Renaud REGOURDE: born 1610 in France; died in France.

7292. Jacques JOBIDON: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1630 in France; died in France.
7293. Michelle VRAMENT: born abt 1613 in France; died in France.

7294. Robert DELIGNY: born abt 1611 in France; married by 1635 in France; died in France.
7295. Marie DE LA TACHE: born abt 1620 in France; died in France.

7296. Marsault SIMARD: born abt 1580 in France; married by 1601 in France; died in France.
7297. Ozanne OUELLET: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.

7298. Louis DURAND: born abt 1595 in France; married abt 1618 in France; died in France.
7299. Francoise LEVRAULD: born abt 1603 in France; died in France.

7300. Rene RACINE: born 1577 in France; married by 1606 in France; died bef 23 Jan 1628 in France.
7301. Marie LOISELLE: born 1589 in France; died aft 10 Aug 1630 in France.

7302. Abraham MARTIN: Same as person number 7254.
7303. Marguerite LANGLOIS: Same as person number 7255.

7304. Mathieu PARE: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1625 in France; died in France.
7305. Marie JOANNET: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

7306. Jacques LEHOUX: born 1599 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 1619 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 16 Feb 1680 in Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre, Quebec.
7307. Marie MEILLEUR: born 1599 in France; died bef 9 Feb 1633 in France.

7308. Robert CARON: born 1603 in Poitou, France; married 25 Oct 1637 in Quebec, Canada; died 8 Jul 1656 in Hotel Dieu de Quebec.
7309. Marie CREVET: born 1603 in Calvados, Normandie, France; died 22 Nov 1695 in Baie-St-Paul, Charlevoix, Canada.

7310. Jean GAGNON: Same as person number -4022.
7311. Marguerite COCHON: Same as person number -4023.

7318. Pierre PARADIS: Same as person number 4078.
7319. Marie Barbe GUYON dit Dion: Same as person number 4079.

7320. Julien FORTIN: born abt 1600 in France; married 26 Nov 1619 in Orne, Normandy, France; died 30 Jan 1679 in Orne, Normandy, France.
7321. Marie LAVIE: born abt 1600 in France; died 24 Nov 1628 in France.

7322. Nicolas GAMACHE dit Lamarre: Same as person number 1808.
7323. Jacqueline CADOTTE: Same as person number 1809.

7324. Francois BIVILLE: born abt 1615 in France; married by 1636 in France; died in France.
7325. Jeanne MAGNON: born abt 1620 in France; died in France.

7326. Mery "Emery" PAQUET: born 18 Mar 1614 in Poitiers, Poitou, France; married 25 Oct 1637 in Poitiers, Poitou, France; died aft 23 Nov 1670 in Quebec, Canada.
7327. Vincente BEAUMONT: born abt 1620 in France; died 20 Nov 1658 in Poitiers, Poitou, France.

7340. Francois PELLETIER: born abt 1560 in France; married by 1581 in France; died bef 29 Feb 1612 in France.
7341. Simone PICHEREAU: born abt 1565 in France; died aft 29 Feb 1612 in France.

7342. Barthelemy DE VOISY: born abt 1590 in France; married by 1611 in France; died in France.
7343. Jeanne GARDONY: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

7344. Pierre GAGNON: born 1572 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; married 1597 in Orne, Normandy, France; died bef 1633 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.
7345. Madeline Renee ROGER: born 1580 in Orne, Normandy, France; died aft 30 Sep 1647 in Quebec, Canada.

7346. Jean CAUCHON: born 1591 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; married 1619 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died 11 Jul 1673 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
7347. Marguerite COINTEREL: born 1592 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died 10 Jan 1633 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France.

7348. Robert DROUIN: born 1565 in France; married 1594 in Orne, Normandy, France; died 1617 in France.
7349. Marie DUBOIS: born 1574 in France; died bef 1610 in France.

7350. Jean CHAPELIER: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1632 in France; died in France.
7351. Marguerite DODIER: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7432. Yves BERNIER: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1632 in France; died in France.
7433. Michelle TREUILLET: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7434. Claude GRENIER: born abt 1610 in France; married abt 1633 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died aft 11 Jan 1657 in Paris, France.
7435. Marie Catherine HUOT: born abt 1614 in France; died aft 11 Jan 1657 in Paris, France.

7444. Jean MEZERAY: born abt 1600 in France; married by 1624 in France; died in France.
7445. Anne OLIVIER: born abt 1609 in France; died in France.

7446. Pierre GAREMAN dit LePicard: born 1603 in Soissons, Picard, France; married 1628 in Soissons, Picard, France; died aft 6 Oct 1653 in Quebec, Canada.
7447. Madeleine CHARLOT: born 1603 in Soissons, Picard, France; died 29 Jan 1652 in Quebec, Canada.

7448. Gervais LE NORMAND: born abt 1615 in Orne, Normandy, France; married 6 Mar 1636 in Orne, Normandy, France; died 23 Apr 1666 in Quebec, Canada.
7449. Leonarde JOINAULT: born abt 1620 in France; died 30 Nov 1652 in Quebec, Canada.

7450. Thomas LELABOUREUR: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1629 in France; died in France.
7451. Marguerite CHARDIN: born abt 1613 in France; died in France.

7452. Robert Mathieu CHORET: Same as person number 2036.
7453. Sebastienne VEILLON: Same as person number 2037.

7454. Pierre PARADIS: Same as person number -7318.
7455. Marie Barbe GUYON dit Dion: Same as person number -7319.

7464. Michel LANGELIER: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1616 in France; died in France.
7465. Catherine BIDEAU: born abt 1600 in France; died in France.

7466. Olivier BEAUREGARD: born abt 1625 in France; married by 1646 in France; died in France.
7467. Phillipine ARDOUIN: born abt 1630 in France; died in France.

7468. Adrien DESTROISMAISONS: born 14 Aug 1600 in Boulogne, Picardie, France; married abt 1630 in Montreuil-sur-mer, Picardie, France; died 2 Nov 1644 in d’Amiens, Picardie, France.
7469. Antoinette LEROUX: born 1612 in Montreuil-sur-mer, Picardie, France; died aft 1644 in Montreuil-sur-mer, Picardie, France.

7470. Pierre CROSNIER: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1644 in France; died in France.
7471. Jeanne ROTRAU: born abt 1628 in France; died in France.

7476. Nicholas BOULAY: born abt 1610 in France; married abt 1629 in Orne, Normandy, France; died aft 1630 in Orne, Normandy, France.
7477. Jeanne L'ESCALLIER: born abt 1615 in France; died aft 1630 in Orne, Normandy, France.

7478. Claude GRENIER: Same as person number 7434.
7479. Marie Catherine HUOT: Same as person number 7435.

7484. Pierre Zacharie CLOUTIER: born 16 Aug 1617 in Mortagne, Perche, France; married 4 Apr 1648 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died 3 Feb 1708 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.
7485. Marie Madeleine EMARD: born 1 Aug 1626 in Noret, Poitou, France; died 28 May 1708 in Chateau-Richer, Quebec, Canada.

7486. Leonard LEBLANC: Same as person number 3594.
7487. Marie Marguerite RITON: Same as person number 3595.

7488. Pierre GENDRON: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1641 in France; died in France.
7489. Marie RENAUT: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7490. Toussaint HUBERT: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1641 in France; died in France.
7491. Catherine CHAMPAGNE: born abt 1625 in France; died in France.

7492. Jean CHARLAND: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1625 in France; died in France.
7493. Catherine MAVILLE: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

7494. Simon PELLETIER: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1638 in France; died in France.
7495. Marie LARCHE: born abt 1622 in France; died in France.

7496. Pierre BILODEAU: born 1610 in France; married 1633 in Poitiers, Poitou, France; died 3 May 1638 in Niort, Poitou, France.
7497. Jeanne FLEURY: born 1610 in France; died 31 Jul 1640 in Niort, Poitou, France.

7498. Pierre LONGCHAMP: born abt 1615 in France; married by 1633 in France; died in France.
7499. Marie DESANTES: born abt 1618 in France; died in France.

7508. Quentin BOUCHER: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1649 in France; died in France.
7509. Jeanne DENIS: born abt 1634 in France; died in France.

7510. Robert PARE: Same as person number 3652.
7511. Francoise LEHOUX: Same as person number 3653.

7512. Francois LEBRANT: born 1603 in France; married 15 Jun 1625 in Amiens, Picardy, France; died 22 Mar 1654 in Wargnier, Amiens, France.
7513. Madeleine Dubois LEROY: born abt 1610 in France; died 16 Jan 1661 in Wargnier, Amiens, France.

7514. Antoine CAFFIER: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1630 in France; died 1 Nov 1669 in Boulogne sur Mer, Pas-de-Calais, France.
7515. Marie CARON: born abt 1610 in France; died bef 1661 in Boulogne sur Mer, Pas-de-Calais, France.

7516. Louis BROCHU: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1639 in France; died 21 Apr 1683 in Montaigu, Vendee, France.
7517. Renee MICHEAU: born abt 1620 in France; died 11 Sep 1645 in Montaigu, Vendee, France.

7518. Pierre SAUNIER: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1650 in France; died in France.
7519. Jeanne CHAVILLARD: born abt 1635 in France; died in France.

7520. Jacques ASSELIN: born 1610 in France; married 1625 in Bracquemont, Normandy, France; died in France.
7521. Cecile OLIVIER: born 1610 in France; died in France.

7522. Jean Issac ROUSSIN: Same as person number 3640.
7523. Madeleine GIGUERE: Same as person number 3641.

7524. Paul MORISSET: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1640 in France; died in France.
7525. Mathurine GUILLOIS: born abt 1625 in France; died in France.

7526. Robert Mathieu CHORET: Same as person number -7452.
7527. Sebastienne VEILLON: Same as person number -7453.

7528. Jean TRUDELLES: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1628 in France; died in France.
7529. Marguerite NOYER: born abt 1612 in France; died in France.

7530. Jean THOMAS: born abt 1614 in France; married by 1633 in France; died in France.
7531. Marguerite FREDERY: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7532. Charles LEFRANCOIS: born abt 1601 in France; married 1622 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died in France.
7533. Suzanne MONTIGNY: born abt 1606 in France; died in France.

7534. Jacques TRIOT: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1625 in France; died in France.
7535. Catherine GUICHANT: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

7716. Jacques BISSONNETTE: born abt 1597 in France; married by 1627 in France; died in France.
7717. Guillemette DEBIEN: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

7718. Michel D'ALLON: born abt 1625 in France; married by 1645 in France; died in France.
7719. Marguerite VERONNE: born abt 1630 in France; died in France.

7732. Jacques MAILLOUX: Same as person number 7168.
7733. Jeanne Suzanne ARNAUD: Same as person number 7169.

7745. Marie GUERREAU: born abt 1595 in France; died aft 1612 in France.

7746. Jean BRILLARD: born abt 1593 in France; married by 1612 in France; died in France.
7747. Andree GILBERT: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

7752. Michel VEAU: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1630 in France; died in France.
7753. Louise LE CHEVALIER: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7754. Nicolas GALLET: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1647 in France; died in France.
7755. Marguerite MOREL: born abt 1630 in France; died in France.

7764. Jacques LELIEVRE: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1615 in France; died in France.
7765. Antoinette BOUGARD: born abt 1599 in France; died in France.

7772. Louis FONTAINE: born abt 1612 in France; married by 1632 in France; died in France.
7773. Marie NION: born abt 1615 in France; died in France.

7774. Antoine BRASSARD: Same as person number 4086.
7775. Francoise MERY: Same as person number 4087.

7780. Pierre DELAUNAY: born 1615 in Le Mans, Maine, France; married 7 Nov 1645 in Quebec, Canada; died 28 Nov 1654 in Quebec, Canada.
7781. Francoise PINGUET: born 17 Mar 1625 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 29 May 1661 in Quebec, Canada.

7782. Jean CRESTE: born 8 Nov 1626 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 13 Sep 1654 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada; died 4 Mar 1717 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.
7783. Marguerite GAULIN: born 14 May 1627 in Vieux, Bellesme, Perch, France; died 15 Jan 1703 in Beauport, Quebec, Canada.

7784. Sebastion ALLAIRE: born 1582 in Chantonnay, Vendee, France; married 24 Jan 1629 in Chantonnay, Vendee, France; died 12 Dec 1662 in Chantonnay, Vendee, France.
7785. Perrine FLEURISSON: born 1591 in Vendee, Poitou, France; died 1669 in Chantonnay, Vendee, France.

7786. Fiacre FIEBVRE: born abt 1620 in France; married 30 Oct 1644 in Niort, Poitou, France; died 8 Nov 1656 in Niort, Poitou, France.
7787. Jacquette DUSOL: born abt 1625 in France; died aft 26 Jul 1657 in France.

7788. Pierre BIDET: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1644 in France; died in France.
7789. Marie ALLAIRE: born abt 1625 in France; died in France.

7790. Georges DESFOSSES: born abt 1628 in France; married by 1648 in France; died in France.
7791. Marie LEDOUX: born abt 1630 in France; died in France.

7804. Jean ELIE: born abt 1623 in France; married by 1643 in France; died in France.
7805. Jeanne MUSNIER: born abt 1627 in France; died in France.

7806. Charles LABBE: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1648 in France; died in France.
7807. Marie FRANCOIS: born abt 1630 in France; died in France.

7972. Gilles FOURNIER: born abt 1599 in Orne, Normandy, France; married 20 Nov 1619 in Coulmer, Normandy, France; died aft 20 Nov 1651 in Orne, Normandy, France.
7973. Noelle GAGNON: born 31 Aug 1601 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 29 Oct 1699 in Ste-Thomas, Quebec.

7974. Joseph Guillaume HEBERT: born 1604 in Paris, France; married 1 Oct 1634 in Quebec, Canada; died 23 Sep 1639 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
7975. Helen DESPORTS: Same as person number 3623.

7976. Noel LANGLOIS: Same as person number 7178.
7977. Francoise GARNIER: Same as person number 7179.

7980. Honore ROUSSEAU: born 1610 in Poitou, France; married 1630 in Poitou, France; died aft 5 Oct 1667 in Poitou, France.
7981. Marie BOILLEROT: born 1610 in Poitou, France; died bef 5 Oct 1667 in Poitou, France.

7982. Jean OLIVIER: born abt 1615 in France; married by 1636 in France; died in France.
7983. Louise PREVOST: born abt 1620 in France; died in France.

7988. Pierre ST-DENIS: born 1626 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; married 1644 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died 12 Sep 1686 in Ile d’Orleans, Montmorency, Quebec.
7989. Vivienne BUNEL: born 1626 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France; died 18 Nov 1699 in Hotel Dieu de Quebec.

7990. Jacques TIVIERGE: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1650 in France; died in France.
7991. Marguerite LEHOUET: born abt 1635 in France; died in France.

7996. Pierre MIGNERON: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1639 in France; died in France.
7997. Marie Anne PLISSON: born abt 1623 in France; died in France.

7998. Denis GUILLAUME: born abt 1630 in France; married by 1650 in France; died in France.
7999. Anne CARON: born abt 1635 in France; died in France.

8000. Jacques BLAIS: born abt 1585 in France; married by 1606 in Angouleme, Poitou, France; died aft 30 Apr 1634 in France.
8001. Louise PENIGAUD: born abt 1590 in France; died 2 Dec 1629 in Melleran, Angouleme, France.

8002. Pierre PENIGAUD: born abt 1593 in France; married by 1612 in France; died in France.
8003. Michelle TAFFORIN: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

8004. Lambert PERRAULT: born abt 1590 in France; married by 1611 in France; died in France.
8005. Marguerite CHAREL: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

8008. Jacques BEAUDOIN: born abt 1599 in France; married by 1619 in France; died in France.
8009. Anne COILARD: born abt 1600 in France; died in France.

8014. Jacques ASSELIN: Same as person number 7520.
8015. Cecile OLIVIER: Same as person number 7521.

8032. Francois MERCIER: born abt 1590 in France; married by 1620 in France; died in France.
8033. Roberte CORNILLEAU: born abt 1605 in France; died in France.

8034. Claude POULIN: born 26 Jan 1616 in Rouen, Normandy, France; married 8 Aug 1639 in Quebec, Canada; died 17 Dec 1687 in Beaupre, Quebec.
8035. Jeanne MERCIER: born 25 Nov 1622 in Lucon, Poitou, France; died 14 Dec 1687 in Beaupre, Quebec.

8040. Louis GAGNE: born 1580 in St. Cosme-en-Vairais, Loire, France; married 1604 in St. Cosme-en-Vairais, Loire, France; died aft 1612 in Orne, Normandy, France.
8041. Marie LAUNAY: born 1590 in St. Cosme-en-Vairais, Loire, France; died 9 Apr 1640 in St. Cosme-en-Vairais, Loire, France.

8042. Pierre MICHEL: born abt 1600 in France; married by 1619 in France; died in France.
8043. Louise GORY: born abt 1600 in France; died in France.

8076. Rene CHAMBERLAND: born abt 1620 in France; married by 1641 in France; died in France.
8077. Catherine DAVID: born abt 1625 in France; died in France.

8078. Rene BOILEAU Esq.: born 18 Feb 1611 in La Baste, Tours, France; married 1640 in Vienne, France; died aft 1649 in France.
8079. Joachine SERRANT: born 1620 in France; died aft 1649 in France.

8100. Mathurin LANDRY: born abt 1602 in Nueilly-sur-Eure, France; married 8 Nov 1620 in Ventrouze, Perche, France; died aft 1643 in France.
8101. Damiane DESAVIS: born abt 1605 in France; died in France.

8102. Jacques BARRE: born abt 1610 in France; married by 1638 in France; died in France.
8103. Judith DUSSAULT: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

8112. Jacques LEFEBVRE: born abt 1590 in France; died in France.

8114. Abel DE VERNEUIL: born abt 1592 in France; married by 1612 in France; died in France.
8115. Charlotte SIROT: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

8156. Jacques PARADIS: born abt 1585 in France; married by 1603 in France; died in France.
8157. Michelle PELLE: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.

8158. Jean GUYON: Same as person number 7250.
8159. Marie Mathurine ROBIN: Same as person number 7251.

Generation 14

9824. John PYLE: born abt 1600 in England; married 1620 in Wiltshire, England; died 19 Apr 1652 in Wiltshire, England.
9825. Mary WITHERS: born abt 1600 in England; died aft 17 Oct 1666 in Wiltshire, England.

9826. Thomas MUSPRAT: born abt 1610 in England; married abt 1633 in England; died in England.
9827. Edith RIFFEN: born abt 1615 in England; died in England.

9992. Henry WOOD: born abt 1570 in England; married 16 Jul 1587 in Mitcham, Surrey, England; died in England.
9993. Margaret DYNNES: born abt 1570 in England; died in England.

10004. Rev. Thomas JAMES: born 5 Oct 1595 in Boston, Lincolnshire; married 20 Apr 1620 in Fishtoft, Lincolnshire; died 13 Feb 1683 in Needham, Suffolk, England.
10005. Olive INGOLDSBY: born 24 Jun 1602 in Fishtoft, Lincolnshire; died bef 22 Apr 1627 in England.

14348. Jean DE RAINVILLE: born abt 1598 in France; married by 1617 in France; died in France.
14349. Jeanne BURCHET: born abt 1600 in France; died in France.

14354. Etienne RABEAU: born abt 1580 in France; married by 1598 in France; died in France.
14355. Sara ROBIN: born abt 1580 in France; died in France.

14356. Guillaume LANGLOIS: born 1566 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; married abt 1583 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; died bef 25 Jul 1634 in France.
14357. Jeanne MILLET: born 1570 in Parcs, Normandy, France; died bef 25 Jul 1634 in France.

14358. Guillaume GARNIER: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.
14359. Michelle MARILLE: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.

14386. Loup MERCIER: born 1586 in France; married 25 Jun 1611 in France; died in France.
14387. Jeanne GAILLARD: born 1586 in France; died in France.

14398. Jehan ARDOUIN: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1614 in France; died in France.
14399. Anne MOUCHARD: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

14404. Isaac BERNARD: born 1585 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; married 9 May 1609 in La Rochelle, Aunis, France; died 1676 in France.
14405. Francoise MOINET: born abt 1595 in France; died aft 1615 in France.

14452. Calude Antoine MIUS: born abt 1580 in France; married by 1600; died in France.
14453. Beatrice COLGINY: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.

14454. Jacques ELIE: born abt 1605 in France; married by 1625; died in France.
14455. Francoise FAUCON: born abt 1610 in France; died in France.

14492. Louis DESPORTES: born abt 1545 in Paris, France; married abt 1573 in France; died aft 13 Jun 1599 in France.
14493. Anne DU POTEAU: born abt 1550 in Lisieux, Normandy, France; died bef 13 Jun 1599 in France.

14494. Guillaume LANGLOIS: Same as person number 14356.
14495. Jeanne MILLET: Same as person number 14357.

14500. Jacques GUYON: born 6 Jan 1560 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 15 Apr 1583 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died 22 Sep 1623 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.
14501. Marie HUET: born 6 Jan 1567 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died 25 Feb 1626 in Mortagne, Perche, France.

14502. Eustache ROBIN: born abt 1566 in Mortagne, Perche, France; married 1590 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died by 1618 in Orne, Normandy, France.
14503. Madeleine AVRARD: born 1567 in Mortagne, Perche, France; died in Mortagne, Perche, France.

14508. Jean Galleran MARTIN: born abt 1570 in France; died in France.

14510. Guillaume LANGLOIS: Same as person number -14494.
14511. Jeanne MILLET: Same as person number -14495.

14560. Pasquier ROUSSIN: born abt 1555 in France; died in France.

14570. Jean COIGNET: born abt 1590 in France; died in France.

14618. Pierre CREVET: born abt 1585 in France; married by 1602 in France; died in France.
14619. Marie LEMERCIER: born abt 1585 in France; died in France.

14640. Simon FORTIN: born abt 1580 in France; died in France.

14642. Gervais LAVIE: born abt 1580 in France; died in France.

14652. Annet PASQUIER: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1613 in France; died in France.
14653. Marguerite GENET: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

14688. Barnabe GAGNON: born 1550 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; married 1571 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 28 Oct 1581 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.
14689. Francoise CRESTE: born 1550 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; died aft 16 Dec 1633 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.

14690. Gervais ROGER: born abt 1545 in Normandy, France; married abt 1565 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy; died aft 1580 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy.
14691. Marie AUBERT: born abt 1550 in Normandy, France; died aft 1580 in Alencon, Orne, Normandy.

14692. Jean CAUCHON: born abt 1570 in France; died in France.

14896. Francois NORMAND: born abt 1595 in France; married abt 1614 in France; died in France.
14897. Jeanne BOISSEL: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

14936. Antoine DESTROISMAISONS: born abt 1570 in Boulogne, Picardie, France; married by 1599 in France; died in France.
14937. Jeanne LARCHERER: born abt 1570 in Boulogne, Picardie, France; died in France.

14968. Zacharie CLOUTIER: Same as person number -7252.
14969. Sainte DUPONT: Same as person number -7253.

14970. Jean EMARD: born 1605 in France; married 1620 in Niort, Poitou, France; died bef 29 Mar 1631 in Niort, Poitou, France.
14971. Marie BINEAU: born 2 Jul 1604 in France; died aft 21 May 1648 in France.

14994. Jean FLEURY: born abt 1590 in France; died in France.

15024. Henri LEBRANT: born abt 1580 in France; died in France.

15560. Giles DELAUNAY: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1614 in France; died in France.
15561. Denis DUBOIS: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

15562. Henri PINGUET: born 22 Dec 1590 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 1612 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 2 Jan 1671 in Quebec, Canada.
15563. Louise LOUSCHE: born 22 Jan 1589 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 19 May 1649 in Quebec, Canada.

15564. Antoine CRETE: born 21 Nov 1592 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; married 29 Oct 1619 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died aft 1632 in France.
15565. Jeanne LEGRAND: born 15 Apr 1595 in Tourouvre, Orne, France; died 1638 in Tourouvre, Orne, France.

15566. Vincent GAULIN: born 1600 in Vieux, Bellesme, Perch, France; married 1619 in Vieux, Bellesme, Perch, France; died aft 1627 in France.
15567. Marie BONNEMER: born 1600 in France; died bef 13 Sep 1654 in France.

15568. Guillaume ALLAIRE: born abt 1560 in France; died in France.

15570. Rene FLEURISSON de la Caillere: born abt 1570 in France; died in France.

15946. Pierre GAGNON: Same as person number 7344.
15947. Madeline Renee ROGER: Same as person number 7345.

15948. Louis Gaston HEBERT: born 1575 in Paris, France; died 23 Jan 1627 in Quebec, Canada.
15949. Marie ROLLET: born 1580 in Paris, France; died 27 May 1649 in Quebec, Canada.

16068. Pascal POULIN: born abt 1595 in France; married by 1615 in Rouen, Normandy, France; died in France.
16069. Marie LEVERT: born abt 1595 in France; died in France.

16070. Loup MERCIER: Same as person number 14386.
16071. Jeanne GAILLARD: Same as person number 14387.




Book Cox Ahnentafel Report Generation 13

Book Cox Ahnentafel Report

Generation 13

4112. Rowland BAUGH: born abt 1550 in Twining, Gloucestershire; married abt 1575 in England; died aft 1590 in Twining, Gloucestershire.
4113. Margery CROOKER: born abt 1550 in Hook Norton, Oxfordshire; died aft 1590 in Twining, Gloucestershire.


4114. William WAKEMAN: born abt 1540 in Gloucestershire, England; died bef May 1587 in England.


4122. Sir William HENEAGE: born abt 1534 in Benniworth, England; married abt 1554 in England; died 29 Mar 1610 in England.
4123. Anne FISHBOURNE: born abt 1535 in Careby, England; died 29 Jun 1585 in England.


4132. Samuel BAILEY: born abt 1575 in England; died in England.


4134. Thomas REYNOLDS II: born abt 1574 in England; married abt 1599 in England; died bef Aug 1611 in England.
4135. Cicely PHIPPEN: born 1583 in Melcomb, Dorsetshire, England; died aft Aug 1611 in England.


4152. John ROYALL: born 1521 in England; died aft 1547 in England.


4156. Christofer BANKS: born 4 May 1572 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire; married 21 Oct 1595 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire; died aft 2 Jul 1598 in England.
4157. Alice FOXE: born abt 1583 in England; died aft 2 Jul 1598 in England.


4272. Robert MONTAGUE: born abt 1505 in Burnham, Buckingham; married abt 1528 in Buckingham, England; died Jan 1576 in Boveney, Buckingham, England.
4273. Margaret COTTON: born abt 1510 in Warville, Berkshire, England; died bef 1 Sep 1575 in Boveney, Buckingham, England.


4274. John MALTHAUS: born abt 1484 in England; married abt 1531 in England; died 1558 in England.
4275. Anne "Malthaus" : born abt 1515 in England; died aft 1538 in England.


4276. John ALLEN: born abt 1520 in England; died aft 1556 in England.


4310. Ralph BALDWIN: born abt 1545 in England; married abt 1568 in Cantebury, Kent, England; died 4 Jan 1610 in Cantebury, Kent, England.
4311. Maryan BREECH: born abt 1550 in England; died 9 Feb 1599 in Cantebury, Kent, England.


4864. John PURDY: born abt 1560 in England; married 1582 in Brundal, Norfolk, England; died aft 1592 in Brundal, Norfolk, England.
4865. Alice TAYLOR: born abt 1565 in England; died 10 Aug 1614 in Brundal, Norfolk, England.


4868. Thomas Abner BRUNDISH: born abt 1559 in England; married 1584 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; died 1628 in England.
4869. Agnes THOMPSON: born abt 1565 in England; died 1606 in England.


4870. James HUBBARD: born abt 1570 in Mendleson, Suffolk, England; married abt 1590 in England; died 26 May 1655 in Mendleson, Suffolk, England.
4871. Naomi COCKE: born abt 1573 in England; died aft 1610 in Ipswich, Suffock.


5488. Joannes HEBERT: born abt 1522 in France; married bef 1547 in Paris, France; died in Paris, France.
5489. Joanna "Hebert" : born abt 1527 in France; died in Paris, France.


5490. Simon PAJOT: born 1510 in St. Cerrais, Ile De France, Paris, France; married 1535 in St. Martin Parish, Paris, France; died bef 9 Nov 1563 in Paris, France.
5491. Jeanne GUERINEAU: born 1514 in Paris, France; died bef 16 Oct 1572 in Paris, France.


Book Bond Ahnenfatel Report Generation 13


Book Bond Ahnenfatel Report

Generation 13


4096. William BOND Esq.: born 17 Mar 1610; married 6 Jun 1631 in Saltash, Cornwall; died 28 Feb 1648 in Saltash, Cornwall.
4097. Johanna "Joan" PASKOWE: born abt 1611 in Cornwall, England; died 4 Jan 1640 in Saltash, Cornwall.


4100. Richard PORTER: born abt 1581 in Cornwall, England; married 25 Jul 1603 in Cornwall, England; died 10 Mar 1635 in Saltash, Cornwall.
4101. Elizabeth PASCOWE: born 1582 in Wrendon, Cornwall; died 4 Mar 1639 in Saltash, Cornwall.


4102. Edward KEKEWICH: born Aug 1561 in Cornwall, England; married 22 Nov 1603 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England; died 18 Dec 1621 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England.
4103. Jane COODE: born 6 Aug 1581 in Menheniot, Cornwall, England; died aft 31 Oct 1634 in Cornwall, England.


4144. Robert SHAW Sr: born abt 1563 in Wollaton, Nottingham, England; married abt 1590 in Wollaton, Nottingham, England; died 1625 in Wollaton, Nottingham, England.
4145. Alice SMALLEY: born abt 1565 in Wollaton, Nottingham, England; died aft 1599 in Wollaton, Nottingham, England.


4240. Edward HAMBY: born 1556 in Lincolnshire, England; married abt 1587 in England; died 12 Dec 1617 in London, England.
4241. Elizabeth READE: born 1557 in Wrangle, Lincolnshire, England; died 16 Nov 1601 in Tathwell, Lincolnshire.


4872. Richard CARY: born 1515 in Bristol, England; married 1540 in Devonshire, England; died 17 Jun 1571 in Bristol, England.
4873. Christianna DENNYS: born abt 1525 in Devonshire, England; died 1560 in Devonshire, England.


4880. William CLERK: born 1535 in Kent, England; married by 1560 in England; died 23 Mar 1611 in Kent, England.
4881. Anna CARTWRIGHT: born abt 1540 in Aslacton, Norfolk, England; died aft 1590 in Kent, England.


4882. Sir William STEED: born 3 Jul 1558 in Harrietsham, Kent; married 11 Jun 1586 in Sussex, England; died 12 Mar 1620 in Harrietsham, Kent.
4883. Cicely CULPEPER: born abt 1565 in Sussex, England; died 6 Jul 1622 in Harrietsham, Kent.


4884. Ralph WYATT: born abt 1520 in England; died 1572 in Worcester City, England.


7424. William COWARD: born 1601 in Somerset, England; married by 1633 in Wells, Somerset; died bef 7 Sep 1667 in Wells, Somerset.
7425. Katherine FLETCHER: born abt 1615 in England; died 21 Mar 1670 in Wells, Somerset.


7426. Sir Thomas HALL: born 1600 in Bradford, England; married by 1637 in England; died 1663 in Bradford, England.
7427. Catherine SEYMOUR: born abt 1618 in Devonshire, England.


7430. Roger WALTERS: born abt 1615 in England; married abt 1640; died bef 20 Jan 1670 in Northumberland Co., VA.
7431. Elinor "Walters" : born abt 1625; died aft 1650 in Northumberland Co., VA.


7450. Robert WINDLEY: born abt 1580 in Nottingham, England; married 9 Jul 1608 in Nottingham, England; died aft 1646.
7451. Elizabeth RASHER: born abt 1588 in Nottingham, England.


7472. William EDWARDS: born abt 1585 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales.

Book Bell Ahnentafel Report Generation 13

Book Bell Ahnentafel Report

Generation 13

5264. Thomas TAYLOR: born 15 Sep 1548 in Hadley, Middllesex; married abt 1570 in Hadley, Middllesex; died abt 1618 in Hadley, Middllesex.
5265. Elizabeth BURWELL: born 1552 in Hadley, Middllesex; died 1576 in Hadley, Middllesex.

5266. Andrew SWINDERBY: born abt 1550 in Copenhagen, Denmark.

5632. William KIDD: born abt 1565 in England; married 6 Oct 1588 in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England; died aft 1598 in England.
5633. Marion "Kidd" : born abt 1570 in England; died aft 1598 in England.

5634. Thomas NETHERCOTE: born abt 1570 in England; married 29 Sep 1595 in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England; died aft 21 Feb 1645 in Lincolnshire, England.
5635. Margaret LILES: born 7 Apr 1572 in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England; died aft 8 Oct 1598 in Lincolnshire, England.

5648. George CHOWNING: born abt 1600 in Wrotham, Kent; married abt 1618 in Wrotham, Kent; died aft 30 Jun 1653 in Lancaster Co., VA.
5649. Elizabeth CHANDLER: born abt 1600 in England; died bef 1636 in England.

5744. Thomas LE BIRD: born abt 1545 in Broxton, Cheshire, England; married abt 1594 in England; died aft 1595 in England.
5745. Alice PALYN: born abt 1560 in Middlesex, England; died aft 1595 in England.

5746. John LE BYRD: born abt 1560 in Broxton, Cheshire, England; married abt 1585 in Broxton, Cheshire, England; died aft 1600 in England.
5747. Elizabeth BURGH: born abt 1570 in Broxton, Cheshire, England; died aft 1600 in England.

5748. Edward GRENDON: born abt 1570 in England; died bef 9 Dec 1628 in Surrey Co., VA.

5768. Henry BRADLEY: born 1570 in Berkshire, England; married abt 1593 in Berkshire, England; died bef 10 Sep 1645 in Wokingham, Berkshire, England.
5769. Barbara LANE: born 1572 in Berkshire, England; died aft 1598 in Berkshire, England.

5770. John SAVILLE: born abt 1555 in Powlam, Lincoln, England; married 20 Nov 1586 in Lincolnshire, England; died 31 Aug 1630 in Yorkshire, England.
5771. Elizabeth CAREY: born aft 1570 in Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire; died aft 1604 in Howley Hall, Yorkshire.

7384. William HUDSON: born 12 Dec 1560 in Tamworth, Staffordshire; married 19 Nov 1592 in Tamworth, Staffordshire; died aft 1608 in England.
7385. Alice TURNER: born 6 May 1560 in London, England; died 1 Jun 1630 in Essex, England.

7508. Lars PERSSON: born 1574 in Sweden; died 1611 in Bangsta, Stockholm, Sweden.

7510. Lt. Mans Svensson LOM: born abt 1600 in Roslagen, Sweden; married by 1625 in Roslagen, Sweden; died bef 27 Jul 1653 in New Sweden, DE.
7511. Anna PETERSDOTTER: born abt 1600 in Roslagen, Sweden; died aft 1664 in Philadelphia, PA.

7512. Thomas STACKHOUSE: born abt 1610 in Yorkshire, England; died aft 1655 in Yorkshire, England.

7516. Robert HEATON: born abt 1595 in Yorkshire, England; married 1636; died aft Apr 1667 in Yorkshire, England.
7517. Hester PEARSON: born 1606 in Yorkshire, England; died aft 1663 in Wharfe, Clapham, Yorkshire, England.

7844. Thomas SHOTTON: born 26 Feb 1562 in Cropston, Liecester; married abt 1595 in Leicester, England; died bef 8 Feb 1632 in Cropston, Liecester.
7845. Mary "Shotton" : born abt 1575 in England; died aft 8 Feb 1632 in Cropston, Liecester.

7848. Matthew BORDEN: born 30 Sep 1563 in Frittenden, Kent; married 1591 in Biddenden, Kent; died 2 Oct 1620 in Headcorn, Kent, England.
7849. Joan REEDER: born abt 1573 in Headcorn, Kent, England; died aft 2 Oct 1620 in Headcorn, Kent, England.

7850. Richard FOWLE: born 18 Dec 1569 in Marden, Kent, England; married 3 Sep 1601 in Cantebury, Kent, England; died 2 Mar 1631 in Headcorn, Kent, England.
7851. Mary "Fowle" : born 1 Aug 1579 in Frittenden, Kent; died 1 Aug 1627 in Headcorn, Kent, England.

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Details and abbreviations for commonly used sources in my posts

General Sources of Information
(S) A Genealogy of the Wives of the American Presidents and Their First Two Generations of Descent, Hart, 2004.
(S) Acadian Genealogical Review, V5, #1&2, 1975.
(S) Adventures of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1625, Jester, 1956. [AP&P]
(S) Cavaliers and Pioneers , Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, 1623-1800 in Five Volumes, by Nugent, 1934. [C&P]
(S) CCRs, Calendar of Close Rolls.
(S) Census Tables, French LA, 1699–1732, Charles Maurdell Jr., 1993.
(S) CFRs, Calendar of Fine Rolls.
(S) CH&I.HII. Court Household and Itinerary of Henry II, Eyton, 1878.
(S) CIsPM, Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem.
(S) Colonial Mobile, by Peter Joseph Hamilton, 1897.
(S) Creole Mobile, A Compendium of the Colonial Families of the Central Gulf Coast, 1702–1813; by Johnnie Andrews, Jr., published by Prichard Bienville Historical Society, 1974.
(S) DNB, Dictionary of National Biography.
(S) Early MS Coast Families, Bouzage Bosarge Family, (S) MS Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, Special Issue 4, June 1986.
(S) Early MS Coast Families, The Ladner Odessy, by Nap L. Cassibry, II.
(S) For Dixie Land I’ll Take My Stand, by H. Grady Howell Jr, 1998.
(S) Four Centuries on the Pascagoula, VI & VII, by Cyril Cain, 1962.
(S) FRsH.III, Fine Rolls of Henry III.
(S) Gulf Coast Colonials, by Winston DeVille, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1968. [GCC]
(S) Historie et Genealogie des Acadiens, by Bona Arsenault, Port Royal, 1965, 1966.
(S) Kings & Queens of Britain, Charles Phillips, 2006.
(S) Le Programme de recherche en démographie historique (The Research Program in Historical Demography) – Université de Montréal. [PRDH]
(S) Louisiana Troops, by Winston DeVille, Arrow Printing Co., Fort Worth, TX.
(S) Love’s Legacy, transcribed and edited by Jacqueline Olivier Vidrine; 1985, The Center for Louisiana Studies. LCC 84-73066.
(S) Marriages of Mobile County Alabama: Vol 1, 1813-1855, & Vol 2 1856-1875; by Clinton P King and M A Barlow.
(S) MS Coast Historical & Genealogical Society, Special Issue 6, June 1988, published in Gulfport, MS, 1987, 931 pages. LDS Call #929.273 L125c.
(S) Our French-Canadian Ancestors, by Thomas J Laforest, 1983 … (multiple volumes)
(S) Old Mobile, Fort Louis de la Louisiane 1702–1711, Jay Higginbotham, 1977.
(S) POMS, People of Medieval Scotland.
(S) Queen Isabella, by Alison Weir, 2005, Ballantine Books, NY.
(S) Rene Jette, Dictictionary Geneneral des Familles du Québec, (University of Montréal, 1983)
(S) Shirley Bourquard, Marriage Dispensations in the Diocese of LA and Florida: 1786–1803.
(S) Sacramental Records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Mobile, Volume 1, Section 1, 1704–1739. Author: Very Reverend Michael L Farmer, Chancellor of the Archdiocese. Published by Archdiocese of Mobile, 2002.
(S) South Carolina Department of Archives & History. [SCDA&H]
(S) The Genealogy of Several Allied Families, by Charles Owen Johnson, 1961, Pelican Press.
(S) The First Families of Louisiana, V’s I & II, by Glenn Conrad, Claitor’s Publ., 1970.
(S) The Plantagenet Encyclopedia, ed. by E. Hallum, 1996.
(S) The Lower Mississippi Valley Database Project,V1 ; by G. Douglas Inglis, Gulfport, MS, 2003. Draft Copy in the Pascagoula, MS Library, Genealogy Dept. [LMVDP]
(S) The New Orleans French, 1720–1733, by Winston Deville. A collection of marriage records.
(S) UKNA, United Kingdom National Archives.
(S) William Milligan Frazer Bible. Original owner, Susannah Rebecca Frazer (Mrs. John Garland  Owen of Charleston, South Carolina and Mobile, Alabama.  Present owner, Charles Owen Johnson. [FBR]).
(S) YBs, 1891. Yorkshire Battles, Lamplough, 1891.

King Richard I

King Richard I
9/8/1157, Richard born in Oxford, England, s/o 47277568. King Henry II & 47277569. Eleanor of Aquitaine.
5/1/1165, Prince Richard and his sister Princess Matilda are with their parents at Argentan in Normandy.
9/1166, Siblings Richard, Matilda, Geoffrey, Eleanor and Johanna are with their mother the Queen at Angers where she is acting as regent of Maine and Anjou.
4/7/1168, A marriage of Prince Richard with, Alice, a daughter of King Louis VII of France is proposed. Alice became a ward of King Henry in England.
1/7/1169, Princes Henry and Richard did homage to King Louis for lands allocated under a treaty by King Henry and King Louis ratified the precious day. [Prince Richard holding Poitou and Guienne ‘sine medio’ of King Louis.]
11/16/1169, King Henry agreed by the Treaty of St. Denys to send Prince Richard to be educated in the French court.
5/31/1170 in the church of St. Hilary at Poictiers, Prince Richard installed with ‘lance and standard’ as Comte of Poitevin by the Bishop of Bordeaux. Then, at Limoges, Richard decorated with the ring of St. Valerie and proclaimed Duke. [Richard’s mother Queen Eleanor attended.]
6/14/1170, King Henry had his 15 year old son Henry crowned King, thus the name Henry the Young King. [While this was a common practice in France, it had never been done in England, and was opposed by many nobles and the Pope.]
2/21/1173, Young King Henry and Richard with their parents attend the Council of Limoges. At this time King Henry proposed giving Chinon, Mirabeay and Loudon to Prince John, which was strongly opposed by Henry the Young.
4/1173, The 3 eldest sons of King Henry begin a revolt in Normandy, supported by their mother the Queen.
7/6/1173, Young King Henry, Richard and Geoffrey with the Comtes of Flanders and Boulogne [who was killed] lay siege to Driencourt. [The castle surrendered on 7/21.]
1173, Prince Richard, age 16, knighted by King Louis VII of France as his Suzerain of Acquitaine and Poitou.
9/25/1173, King Henry and King Louis VII meet near Gisors. King Louis was escourted by King Henry’s sons Henry, Richard and Geoffrey. [The negotiations were unsuccessful.]
9/8/1174, King Henry and King Louis agree to a peace treaty that ends King Louis’ support of Henry’s sons in rebellion.
9/23/1174, King Henry forces Prince Richard, age 17, into submission in Poitou.
9/30/1174, King Henry meets with his sons Henry, Richard and Geoffrey at Mont Louis [near Tours], and they come to terms over land and succession issues.
2/2/1175, at Le Mans in Normandy, Princes Richard and Geoffrey renew their oaths of fealty to King Henry.
1175, Prince Richard goes to Poitou to restore castles and fortifications to the same as they were before the rebellion.
6/24/1175, Prince Richard begins a 2-month siege of the castle of Chatillion in Guienne.
4/2/1176, Princes Richard and Geoffrey return to England, landing at Southampton; and then proceed to Winchester to meet their father and brother Henry. They all spend Easter together. After Easter, Prince Richard, ‘Ricardus filius Regis’, returned to Normandy, for which a fee of 7£ 10s was charged to King Henry for his transportation.
5/1176, Prince Richard wins the battle of Buteville in Saintonge.
7/1/1176, Henry the Young King joins Prince Richard in his campaign in Poitou.
8/1176, Prince Richard completes the submission of the rebels of Angouleme.
9/1176, Prince Richard ensures the safe conduct of her sister Joan through Poitou on her way to her wedding in Sicily.
7/1177, On suspicion that his bride Princess Alice of France had become a lover of his father, Prince Richard refused to consumate his wedding vows.
1177-78, Prince Richard was in Poitou.
5/10/1179, Prince Richard captured the fortified castle of Taillebourg in 9 days. Richard accused of “putting out eyes and cutting off hands” of some of those captured.
6/1179, Prince Richard crossed to England, and then back to France within a few months.
9/18/1180, Philip Augustus succeeded as King of France.
12/25/1182, Prince Richard joined his brothers and parents at Christmas court at Caen, France.
1/1183, Prince Richard refuses to do homage to his older brother Henry. Richard returns to Poitou and fortifies the castle of Clairvaux against a potential siege. [Clairvaux was an encroachment on Young King Henry’s lands.] Richard’s brother Geoffrey, having done homage to his brother Henry, joined in opposition to Richard.
4/1183, Henry the Young King, with Geoffrey, again rebel against their father in Aquitaine. Richard joins his father and offers him the castle of Clairvaux.
6/1183, Older brother Prince Henry died; Richard should have been named heir, but was not. Richard went to Paris to enlist the aid of the young French King, Philip II Augustus.
7/3/1183, at Angiers, King Henry and Prince Richard are reconciled with Geoffrey. Prince Richard, age 25, and now the heir, agrees to give Aquitaine to Prince John.
11/25/1184, Princes Geoffrey and John, with Philip, count of Flanders, league themselves against Prince Richard.
12/25/1184, Princes Richard and John attend Christmas court with their parents at Windsor.
12/31/1184, Prince Richard sails from Dover back to Normandy.
4/1185, Prince Richard attacked his brother Geoffrey’s territories in Bretagne.
5/1185, King Henry recalls Prince Richard to his court in England.
2/26/1186, King Henry agrees with King Philip of France to the consumation of the marriage of Prince Richard and Adelais of France.
7/1186, Prince Richard [‘Ricardo Comiti Pictau’], in conflict with the Comte of St. Giles, is sent money by King Henry to hire mercenaries.
8/19/1186, Prince Geoffrey died in a tournament in Paris, France. [He was in Paris to solicit King Philip’s help against his brother Richard.]
3/1187, Princes Richard and John meet with their father at Aumale in Normandy. [King Henry is preparing for war with King Philip.] Richard and John are each given command of a fourth of King Henry’s forces.
5/20/1187, Princes Richard and John are besieged at Chatearuoux by King Philip. King Henry arrived in relief of the siege. The two Kings agree on a 2-year truce. Prince Richard joins King Philip in Paris.
9/1187, Prince Richard seizes his father’s treasury at Chinon and fortifies the castles in Poitou and Guienne. King Henry calls for Richard and they reconcile at Angers.
11/1187 in Paris, Richard “the Lionheart” took the vow of a crusader.
1/1188, Prince Richard went into Guienne and subdued the rebellion of Aymer, comte of Antouleme. Prince Richard then marched against Raimond, comte of Toulouse. Richard captured 18 castles, the won of Cahors, and subdued the whole of the provence of Quercy. King Philip then attacked King Henry’s lands in retaliation [actually Prince Richard and King Philip were in allegiance in a plan of conquest.]
8/1188, King Henry, supported by Welsh troops, invades France. Prince Richard, while promising to do fealty to his father, invades Berri.
11/18/1188, Prince Richard met with his father Henry II, and King Philip of France, at Bonmoulins. He again demanded the consumation his marriage to Alys, sister of Philip, and to be declared heir to Henry. King Henry refused. Prince Richard then did homage to King Philip for Normandy and all other provinces held of the French crown. The Pope, seeing Prince Richard as the cause of the conflicts, excommunicates him. [The Pope wanted the conflicts ended so that he could organize a crusade.]
6/1189, at La Ferte near Le Mans, King Henry, King Philip and Prince Richard again cannot reach a peace agreement. Prince Richard threatened the Cardinal sent by the Pope to perform the negotiations.
6/1189 at Le Mans, King Henry was defeated by Richard. [Henry escaped when Richard’s horse was killed by William Marshall, who did not want to kill Richard.]
7/3/1189, Prince Richard captures Tours.
7/4/1189, King Henry, very ill, agreed to peace and to deliver Adelais to Prince Richard.
7/6/1189 in France, Richard became King of England on the death of his father. Richard sent [pardoned] William Marshall to free his mother from her confinement. [She had been ‘imprisoned’ since 1173.] King Henry’s death also ended the marriage of Richard with King Philip’s sister Alice.
8/13/1189, Richard sailed from Barfleur to Portsmouth. Two days later he was received at Winchester.
9/3/1189, Richard crowned King Richard I of England. [The coronation was mared by the deaths of Jews that had assembled for the event.]
1189, Richard began fundraising for the next crusade: the Saladin tithe, selling of manors … including an arrangement with the pope to allow exemption from the crusade for a hefty fee. This activity also led to the widespread creation of self-governing towns, for which a fee was paid. London even became self-governing, electing it 1st mayor, Henry FitzAilwin.
12/12/1189, Richard departed on the 3rd Crusade. Richard commandeered 63 ships and ordered them to Dover to move his forces to France. The fleet was then to move to Marsailles to meet up with the combined English and French troops. [30 additional ship coming from Normandy.]
7/1190, The English and French armies met at Lyons; where they learned that the German Emperor, leading his forces to the crusade, had died in an accident.
9/22/1190, King Richard’s army arrived at Sicily.
1191, Richard captured the city of Messina, Sicily, after they had refused to let the English ships land. Richard was reunited with his sister Joanna. Queen Eleanor arrived with Richard’s future bride.
4/1191, 24 ships sank in a storm on the way to Cyprus, and the ship carrying Berengaria and Joanna was separated from the rest.
5/12/1191 at Limassol on Cyprus, in the chapel of St George, Richard married Berengaria, d/o King Sancho VI of Navarre. Berengaria was also crowned Queen. [No children.] Richard captured Cyprus, which he would use as a supply base for his forces.
6/5/1191, Richard set sail for Acre on the galley Trenchmere. [The French forces were already besieging the city. Seige engines were launching objects at walls, troops were trying to fill in the moat, and other troops were tunneling under the walls; but the various national groups were acting independently. Both Richard and Philip developed a disease that caused their hair and nails to fall out. Richard had his bed moved to the front where he could fire a crossbow at the city.]
7/1191, Richard captured Acre. Saladin’s city commander agreed to surrender for a ransom of 200,000 gold pieces, the release of 1500 christians, and the Muslim garrison to be given safe conduct.
1191, Many of the forces, especially the Germans, returned home. Duke Leopold V of Austria, their leader, had been insulted by Richard over the flying of Leopold’s flag.
7/31/1191, due to the death of Count of Flanders, Philip of Alsace and Philip’s own illness, Philip left his 10,000 men under the control of Hugh III, Duke of Burgundy, and returned to France.
8/20/1191, Richard ordered the slaughter of the Muslim prisoners, about 2600, outside the city in view of Saladin’s army. [Their stomach’s were cut open incase they had swallowed precious stones, then their bodies were burned.]
9/5/1191, Richard defeated Saladin at the battle of Arsuf. Richard led two charges of knights “carving a wide path for himself, cutting them down like a reaper with a sickle.” Richard suffered a non-serious wound.
9/8/1191, Richard’s forces arrived a Jaffa to find it’s fortifications destroyed. [Richard spent 3 months repairing the fortifications at Jaffa and along the road back to Acre.]
1191, Richard and Saladin, at the suggestion of Richard, began to exchange gifts through emissaries. Richard became friends with Saladin’s brother.
11/8/1191, Richard was entertained at the tent of al-Adil, Saladin’s brother.
12/1191, Richard arrived at Beit Nuba, 12 miles from Jerusalem.
1/1192, Richard decided to return to Jaffa when they decided they could not begin a siege.
1192, Richard moved to Ascalon, on the coast south of Acre, and spent 4 months rebuilding its fortifications.
4/1192, Richard held an election for King of Jerusalem – won by Conrad de Montferrat. [Conrad was murdered soon afterwards in Tyre by members of the original Muslim “Assassins”, who had also attempted to kill Saladin.] Richard also named Guy de Lusignan as Lord of Cyprus.
8/1/1192, Richard conducted a sea assault on Jaffa, which had been recaptured by Saladin. An emir wrote, “We did out best to sieze him, but in vain, for no one escaped his sword.”
8/4/1192, Saladin’s army attacked Richard’s 80 knights, 400 archers, and a small force of lancers, camped outside the city walls. Richard lost his horse at the height of the battle. Saladin, watching from a hill, sent Richard 2 fresh horses.
9/2/1192, Richard made a 3-year truce with Saladin when he agreed to let Christians have access to the holy places. Richard agreed to raze the fortifications built at Ascalon.
9/9/1192, Richard turned over command of the crusaders to Henry of Champagne.
9/29/1192, Joanna and Berengaria set sail for Rome with Admiral Stephen de Turnham.
10/9/1192, Richard secretly left by ship for home in the dead of night, expecting to be protected as a crusader. He stopped initially in Cyprus, then at Rhodes. From there they traveled up the western coast of Greece.
11/11/1192, Richard sailed from Corfu, a time when almost all ships were in port for the rest of the winter. Because of fears of landing in France, Richard turned his ship back towards Hungary. Richard met up with 2 galleys, Rumanian pirates, who he hired to escort them through unknown waters. Richard, his ship driven by a storm, landed in Ragusa. Leaving again by ship, Richard’s ship began to sink off the coast of Istria, and landed in German territory. [Richard planned to travel to Saxony and his sister Matilda’s husband, Henry the Lion. Henry’s son Otto was ruling Aquitaine in Richard’s absence.]
12/21/1192, King Richard was captured near Vienna [the most likely story] by Leopold V, Duke of Austria. Richard was carrying the Great Seal of England with him. [This was stolen when he was captured, but later returned when the thief was found drowned in Cyprus.] Richard was initially imprisoned in the small town of Durnstein. He was welcomed by the locals under an agreement that, as part of any release agreement, they would be absolved by the Pope of imprisoning a crusader. Richard’s captor, Hadmar II, had been with Richard at the siege of Acre. Queen Berengaria was still in Rome where she learned of Richard’s capture because she saw his belt for sale in a market.
Bef. 1/8/1193, Leopold V moved Richard to Gegensburg where he met Richard to Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI [King of Germany.] Leopold then sent Richard back to Durnstein. [This is where the legend of how Jean Blondel, singing a song Richard would recognize (or hearing Richard singing) under the towers of castles around Vienne, discovered where Richard was. There is some basis for the legend given that soon after multiple English emissaries were able to meet up with Richard when he was being moved to Germany.]
2/14/1193, Leopold and Henry met in Wurzburg and decided on a ransom of 100,000 silver marks, which they would split. To a avoid the use of “ransom”, they decided to call it a dowery for the marriage of Richard’s niece Eleanor of Brittany to one of Leopold’s sons. In addition, Richard was to help Henry invade Sicily.
2/1193, Saladin, Richard’s nemesis in the holy lands, died, leaving 17 sons to fight over his legacy.
3/19/1193, Richard was in custody in Oschenfurt, Germany, where he was seen by 2 English abbots searching for him. William Longchamp, who had met up with Richard earlier, was also there.
3/20/1193, Richard was brought to Speyer, where he met Henry VI a second time. [Apparently Richard refused Henry’s demands.]
3/21/1193, Richard’s trial began in Speyer. Richard was charged with betrayal of the Holy Land by making peace with Saladin. Also charged with conspiracy to kill Conrad de Montferrat, demolishing the defenses of Ascalon, and breaking agreements with his allies. Richard defended himself with the story of the crusade, the fact that he was only guilty of being more successful than others, and the if had wanted to kill Conrad, he would have done it with a sword in his hand. Richard defended himself so well that the German princes were shifting to his favor. Richard ended by kneeling before the Emperor. Moved by the speech, Henry gave Richard the Kiss of Peace, in effect a dismissal of the accusations. Henry accepted Richard as a prisoner, and the “ransom” was changed to a payment for reconciliation between Emperor Henry IV and Richard’s brother-in-law Henry of Saxony. Richard was imprisoned in the castle of Trifels, in the mountains to the west of the city – very secure – the place where the crown jewels were kept.
1193, The pope responded to Richard’s arrest by excommunicating Leopold, and threatening Philip II of France with a country-wide interdict if he attacked Richard’s lands. The pope also arranged for Berengaria and Joanna to travel by ship to Marseilles, where they were then escorted to Poitiers. In Poitiers, Berengaria began raising money for the ransom.
3/30/1193, King Richard wrote from captivity expressing his gratitude to his mother Eleanor for her loyal and effective regency and requesting her action in the naming of his candidate as archbishop of Canterbury. He also announced an agreed proposal of a truce for 6 months.
4/1/1193, William Longchamp arranged for Richard to be moved to Hagenau, where he was free to have visitors and send messages to England.
1193, Richard was allowed to receive items from England including his hunting hawks. [Beginning the legends, Richard was competing in exchanging blows when he killed Ardour, s/o Modred. As punishment he had to face a lion in his cell. Richard killed it with his bear hand’s – and hence the title Coeur de Lion – because he is said to have eaten the lions heart after pulling it from its body.]
6/1193, in Worms, Germany, at Richard’s request, a 2nd court was convened. Richard would now be freed when the emperor had received 100,000 silver marks of Cologne [35 tons] plus hostages [60 for the emperor, 7 for Leopold] for another 50,000. [The additional 50,000 was to be waved if Richard was to achieve something that never was revealed.] At this time a sheep cost a penny. The amount was about 3 times the money raised in England in any previous year.
7/9/1193, William Brewer and William Longchamp arrived in Paris to negotiate a truce between King Philip and King Richard. Richard agreed to pay Philip 20,000 silver marks in 4 installments after his release.
9/1193, German representatives were in London to receive the intial payment of ransom.
12/1193, Richard’s release date was announced; and the fact that he would be crowned King of Provence.
1/1194, Emperor Henry received a letter from King Philip and Prince John offering £1000 a month, and £80,000 if he would keep Richard in captivity until autumn. Henry showed the letter to Richard – any decision had to involved the German princes who had set the original ransom. Richard’s release date was postponed.
1/17/1194, After traveling down the Rhine, Queen Eleanor and her contingent arrived at the imperial court in Germany with the 67 hostages and the rest of the intial 100,000 silver marks.
2/2/1194, Richard’s 3rd court convened in Mainz.
2/3/1194, Richard, under pressure from his mother Eleanor, gave all his lands to the Holy Roman Empire and took the vow of a vassal to Henry with payments to be made each year of £5000.
2/4/1194 at 9 AM, Richard released from custody. Richard left immediately for England via Cologne, Antwerp, then by ship to Zwin [now in Belgium].
3/12/1194, Eleanor and Richard, having once more evaded capture, landed at Sandwich, England. Richard set out on foot for the tomb of Thomas Becket.
1194, It only took Richard 2 weeks to recover his lands and castles, the last to fall being Nottingham castle, after a short siege. [Where, after the siege, he supposedly meets Robin Hood in Sherwood forest.].
4/1194, Richard, meeting with the Great Council, imposed a 3rd tax to raise the ransom money for the hostages.
5/12/1194, Richard sailed from Portsmouth with his army and siege engines for Barfleur, from which they traveled to Caen, then Bayeux, then Lisieux; where Prince John arrived from Paris. Richard forgave his brother John as having had poor advisers.
1194-1198, Richard, with the support of John against and Philip II, would skirmish, Philip slowly retreating back from Normandy.
7/1194, Richard nearly captured Philip at Freteval, capturing his wagon train, which had treasure, and a document identifying Angevin subjects prepared to swap sides.
12/31/1194, Richard’s captor, Lepold V, died, renouncing the last 4000 marks of ransom and promising to release his hostages.
4/1195, Richard’s brother-in-law and key ally Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony, died in Brunswick castle.
1195, Berengaria was living on her lands in Le Mans, spending her time helping the poor. Richard developed his military tactics, including incorporating 300 Saracen soldiers.
1195, Emperor Henry renounced the remaining 17,000 marks to support Richard’s war with Philip.
1195, By the Treaty of Louviers, Richard gave up Vexin, but regained other contested territories in Berri.
1196, Richard built the Chateau Gaillard castle on the Seine river.
10/1196 at Rouen Cathedral, Richard and Berengaria at the marriage of his sister Joanna to Raymond of St Giles, s/o Raymond V of Toulouse – Richard’s southern nemesis in France. [A year later Raymod V would die and peace would come between the antagonist regions.]
1197, Richard received the news that Philip, Bishop of Beauvais, had been captured. Upon hearing the news, Richard said it was done by “Dieu et Mont Droit” – “God and my right”, the motto of the British royal family to this day.
1197, When the pope sent Cardinal Peter of Capua to seek his release, Richard refused saying that Philip had been in full armor fighting as a knight.
9/28/1197, Emperor Henry VI died at age 31 in Messina. On his deathbed Henry released King Richard of his vow as a vassal to the Holy Roman Empire.
1197, Richard raided Ponthieu at the mouth of the Somme.
1197-8, Richard defeated Philip II near Gisors, 20 miles northwest of Paris.
1/1199, During a truce arranged by Cardinal Peter of Capua, Philip and Richard met; Richard in a boat on the Seine, Philip on horseback on the bank.
3/1199, Under a truce with Philip, Richard turned south to deal with problems in his lands, specifically with Aimar, Viscount of Limoges.
3/26/1199, Richard wounded at Chalus-Chabrol by a crossbowman shooting from the castle tower.
1199, Richard, showing signs of gangrene, wrote his mother Eleanor and urged her to come.
1199, After the capture of the castle, Richard had the bowman brought to him, forgave him, and set him free.
4/6/1199 at 7 PM, Richard, age 41, died attended by his mother; buried at Fontevrault Abbey, France.
1212, Berengaria wrote a letter to her sister Queen Blanche of Castile about the war in Spain against the Muslims.
2/10/1220, King Henry III sent letters of protection to Queen Berengaria, wife of his deceased uncle King Richard, in Spain for any messengers she desired to send to England.
10/26/1225, Berengaria, Queen of King Richard I, sent a letter to King Henry III asking payment of 1000 marks stirling which had been promised as dower by his father King John in 1215 and agreed to by him in 1220.
1230, Berengaria, self-titled “most humble former Queen of the English”, buried at L’Epau Abbey. [Her remains were discovered there in 1960.]
(S) The Troubadours Song, David Boyle, 2005.

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