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child) (four children) (three children) (a child) (two children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (three children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (four children) (three children) (three children) (four children) (four children) (two children) (six children) (two children) (three children) (five children) (four children) (a child) (a child) (three children) (three children) (a child) (three children) (two children) (two children) (a child) (two children) (a child) (a child) (two children) (a child) (five children) (two children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (two children) (two children) (a child) (two children) (a child) (a child) 1735 - 1795 Francis Hix 60 60 1732 - 1795 Ambrose Meador 63 63 1682 - 1758 Elizabeth Wood 76 76 Note:

    http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=stevensp&id=I02007&ti=5519
    http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=snorewicz&id=I119&ti=5519
    Snorewicz, Meadow, Harby Families
    http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2836859&id=I009262&ti=5519

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1680 - 1758 Thomas Meador 78 78 1654 - 1694 Elizabeth White 40 40 1653 - 1721 John Meador 68 68 1637 - 1700 Addra (Audra) 63 63 1633 - 1690 Richard White 57 57 ~1453 - >1495 Thomas Morgan 42 42 1636 - 1672 Sarah Hoskins 36 36 1636 - 1661 Thomas Meador 25 25 1600 - 1655 Sarah Wellstead 55 55 1612 - 1655 Thomas Meador 43 43 Name Suffix: Sr.
From Lively Roots:

"Thomas Meador was born in 1612, England. He came to the new world in the 1630's using the headright system. Thomas settled on land about 50 miles north of Jamestown on a part of the Charles River, Northumberland, Lancaster, Rappahannock, and Essex counties as each was established. He married, and between 1635-37 Thomas Jr. was born. Thomas did well raising tobacco and paid passage for others claiming their land."

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3050478&id=I565977141
1583 - 1663 Ambrose Meador 80 80 From Lively Roots:

"SRC: Early Wills and Deeds, Isle of Wight County, Virginia

1. Thomas Davis to Ambrose Meador, 50(a), July 18, 1636.
2. Ambrose Bennett to Ambrose Meador 300 (a), part of the 1100 patent, April 7th, in 26 Chs. I; mark.

(a) = acres.

Ambrose Meador immigrated from England to Warrisquicke (later Isle of Wight) County, Virginia before 1636, and moved about 1649 to Lancaster County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia and elsewhere."
1560 Elizabeth Lee 1555 - 1626 Daniel Meadowe- Meador 71 71 1538 - 1588 Agnes Margaret Need 50 50 1534 William M. Meador 1508 Isabel 1504 William M. Meador 1480 Margaret 1476 - 1501 John Meadowe 25 25 ~1600 - 1670 Dorcas Anne Isham 70 70 Dau. of John Isham of Braunston; mentioned in father's will.[FTM CD186 Family History: VA Genealogies #2, 1600s-1800s, Virginia Gleanings in England, p. 570]

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Immigration: 1634 Virginia

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Title: Passenger & Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
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1600 - 1663 Bartholomew Hoskins 63 63 1575 Benedicta Moyle Bourne 1565 - 1638 John Hoskyns 73 73 1452 Jeffery De Medewe 1400 Jeffery De Medewe 1420 Margaret Fairfax 1290 - 1328 Robert De Medewe 38 38 From Lively Roots:

"Robert Demedewe was born about 1290. When I read that I wondered about the date. The number doesn't tell me much, only that it was a long time ago. What went on in Robert's neighborhood? And where was his neighborhood? We were unable to find the exact location of Witnesham, but Suffolk is a "county" near London on the most eastern portion of land jutting into the English Channel.

So, what was going on back then? The Scottish War of Independence was in progress, 1286-1371. King Edward's wife died in November of 1290. Parliament was formed and met for the first time in 1275, a large step towards civil order. In 1297 William Wallace defeated the English at Stirling Bridge and in 1298 King Edward brought the full weight of the English military on William Wallace and the Scot Army. Marco Polo was still in China in 1290.

But this is much too condensed. We have found some items of historical significance covering the decade from 1290 to 1300. We list these as follows:

1290 - 1. Teutonic Knights end a 30 year effort to control the Prussians. 2. England is on the verge of bankruptcy and expels all Jewish Bankers and writes off all debts to them. The Medicis of Italy serve to replace the Jewish bankers. 3. Eleanor, wife of King Edward dies.

1291 - 1. Expulsion of Christian Crusaders from Syria. 2. King Edward is asked to mediate Scottish claims and grievances; a prelude to war.

1292 - 1. Marco Polo begins his return journey to Europe. The Polos arrive at the island of Java then sail for eighteen months in the Indian Ocean. 2. King Edward selects John Balliol as the new King of Scotland.

1293 - 1. The Polos arrive in Persia then sails on to "Trebizond" on the southern coast of the Black Sea where they are robbed and stripped of anything with value.

1294 - 1. Kublai Khan dies at age 80. 2. May of 1294 finds King Philip IV of France confiscating Gascony and relations with France turn for the worse. Edward asks Parliament for funds to pay an army but local conflicts with the Scots and Welsh prevent approval of the request.

1295 - 1. Marco Polo narrated his travels to master Rustigielo, a citizen of Piza. Marco Polo is in prison at the time. 2. In October the Scots make an alliance with France and Edward declares war on both. Parliament agrees to raise the money for an army.

1296 - 1. King Edward takes his army into Scotland and defeats the Scots led by Balliol, the person he had placed on the Scottish throne, then Edward removes the 458 pound Stone of Scone on which Scottish kings were crowned, from Scotland and places it in Westminster where it remained until 1996.

1297 - 1. Believing he had solved his Scottish problems, King Edward sails for France to regain Gascony, which he does through a treaty with King Philip. 2. William Wallace raises an army of Scots and defeats the English at Stirling Bridge.

1298 - 1. Albert of Austria defeats Adolph of Nassua near Worms, Germany. 2. King Edward bring to bear the strength of the English Army on William Wallace and defeats the Scots at Falkirk. 3. Marco Polo describes the use of paper money in China.

1299 - 1. The Travels of Marco Polo is published. 2. William Wallace escapes to France.

1303 - 1. King Edward invades Scotland intent on bringing a quick end to his Scottish problems.

1305 - 1. William Wallace returns and is captured near Glasgow. He is executed in August.

The North American continent is unknown, and the great age of exploration and discovery has yet to take place."
1098 - 1155 Gwladus verch Llywarch 57 57 1123 Margred verch Owain Gruffydd 1125 - 1165 Gwenllian verch Owain 40 40 1070 - 1129 Llywarch ap Trahaearn 59 59 1060 Dyddgu verch Iowerth 1030 - 1081 Trahaearn ap Caradog 51 51 Trahaearn ap Caradog (died 1081) was a king of Gwynedd.

On the death of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn in 1075, it appears that none of his sons were old enough to claim the throne, and Bleddyn's cousin Trahaearn ap Caradog, seized power. The family is thought to have originated in Arwystli, on the border between Gwynedd and Powys. The same year Gruffydd ap Cynan landed on Anglesey with an Irish force, and with the assistance of the Norman Robert of Rhuddlan defeated Trahaearn and gained control of Gwynedd. However tension between Gruffydd's Irish bodyguard and the local Welsh led to a rebellion in Llyn and Trahaearn took the opportunity to counter attack, defeating Gruffydd at the battle of Bron yr Erw, also in 1075, and forcing him to flee back to Ireland.

In 1078 Trahaearn was campaigning in South Wales, defeating Rhys ab Owain of Deheubarth, who had been responsible for the killing of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, in a battle at Gwdig. Rhys was forced to flee, and later the same year was killed by Caradog ap Gruffydd of Gwent. This was hailed in the annals Brut y Tywysogion as "vengeance for the blood of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn".

Trahaearn ruled Gwynedd until 1081, when Gruffydd ap Cynan returned from Ireland with an army of Danes and Irish and made an alliance with Rhys ap Tewdwr who had recently been ousted as prince of Deheubarth by Caradog ap Gruffydd of Morgannwg. Trahaearn countered by making an alliance with Caradog ap Gruffydd. He is also said to have had Norman arbalisters in his army, but at the Battle of Mynydd Carn, north of St David's, that year both Trahaearn and Caradog were killed, and Gruffydd ap Cynan took over the rule of Gwynedd while Rhys ap Tewdwr was restored as prince of Deheubarth. Trahaearn is recorded as having been killed by one of Gruffydd ap Cynan's men, an Irishman named Gucharki.
(Wikipedia)
1057 - 1153 Nesta verch Gruffudd 96 96 1071 - 1081 Owain ap Trahaearn 10 10 1020 Iowerth ap Cadwgon 1042 Gwenllian verch Aron 1074 Llywelyn ap Iorwerth Cadwgon 1005 - 1066 Cadwgon ap Elystan 61 61 0957 Elystan Glodrydd ap Cyhelin 0956 Gwenllian verch Einion 0907 Cyhelin ap Ifor 0942 Rheingar verch Goronwy 0933 - 0984 Einion ap Owain 51 51 0934 Nesta Earl of Devonshire Thomas Meader Susannah Meader Mary Meader 1603 Bennet Hoskyns 1540 John Hoskyns 1547 Margery Jones D. 1558 John Hoskyns 1510 Elizabeth 1522 - 1573 Thomas Jones 51 51 1542 William Hoskyns 1544 Thomas Hoskyns 1570 - 1616 John Isham 46 46 1572 - 1640 Elizabeth Barker 68 68 1520 Nicholas Barker 0885 - 0940 Landry de Maers 55 55 1768 - 1858 Frances "Franky" Meador 90 90 1000 Caradog ap Gwyn son of Gwyn ap Collwyn ?

Gwyn is derived from Proto-Celtic windos meaning "white".
Gwyn means "fair, bright, white" and is cognate with Irish fionn.
(Wikipedia)
1004 verch Gwerystan 0882 Ifor ap Seferws 0886 Isabel verch Tryffin 1000 Aaron ap Paen 1402 - 1469 Henry Wogan 67 67 1380 John Wogan 1383 Joan Joes 1355 John Joes 1350 William Wogan 1355 Katherine Wiriott 1390 Matthew Wogan 1310 Matthew Wogan 1200 Ralph de Pembrugge 1164 Richard de Pembrugge 1190 - 1210 Elizabeth de Pembrugge 20 20 1192 Henry de Pembrugge 1134 Richard de Pembrugge 1140 Petronilla 1166 Ralph de Pembrugge 1108 Walter de Pembrugge 1132 Eleanor de Pembrugge 1082 Henry de Pembrugge 1525 - 1579 Thomas White 54 54 ~0969 Baldricus Teutonicus of Bacqueville & Caux [large-G675.FTW]

REF: Neville GEDCOM: The Norman family of Nevill came from Teutonic stock. Baldric Teutonicus was Lord of Bacqueville en Caux under Duke William. He married a niece of Gilbert Compte de Brionne, a grandson of duke Richard I who was regent of Normandy in 1040. The fourth son of Baldric Teutonicus was called Richard de Nova Villa, or de Neuville from his fife in Neuville sur Tocque in the department of the Orne, arrondissement of Argenton, and the canton of Grace. His sister, Hawisia, married Robertr Fitz Erneis who was slain at Hastings on October 14, 1066.

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Title: Neville GEDCOM
Author: Ren Neville
Publication: beschutzer@earthlink.net
Note: Ren sent J.H. Garner the GEDCOM, he is interested in "Neville" as a one-name study
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1163 Roger Baskerville 1140 - 1194 Ralph Baskerville 54 54 1143 Angarad verch Owain 1120 Juliana de Stafford 1120 - 1179 Roger Baskerville 59 59 1096 - 1148 Ralph Baskerville 52 52 1100 Hawise FitzPons 1075 - 1118 Ralph Baskerville 43 43 1079 Olwen de Eardisland 1055 - 1118 Robert de Bacquerville 63 63 Following copied from website at [http://www.moonrakers.com/genealogy/baskerville/baskerville_family_histor y.htm]:

BASKERVILLE FAMILY HISTORY

Supplied by Brian Erwin

Edited by Peter Baskerville Rance

Erdisley or Eardisley was the Herefordshire stronghold of the Baskervilles, called 'Herdelege' in the Domesday Survey. The castle of those days stood in a forest, of which it is said the great oak of Eardisley, was still standing in 1907. This forest was in the valley of the River Wye and on the way to Wales, the castle in consequence, was exposed to attacks from Welsh marauders, and was also in the center of the district where the Wars of the Barons waged with great violence in our early history. It stood on the west side of the present parish church on high ground and was surrounded by a triple moat and had a strong dungeon. [1990 P.B.R. When I visited the site in 1970 and 1990, the moat was still visible as a very wet circle surrounding a mound of about fifteen feet in height. The lime (?) stone, used to build the nearby farmhouse, was obviously taken from the castle ruins although the no vestige of the castle retained beyond a few broken stones]. This castle was burnt down during the Civil War in November 1645, [See Appendix 'A']. There is a Richard de Baskerville listed in the church as a Rector of Eardisley in 1373, and Madeline Hopton writes "The helmets of the Baskerville knights are in the side chapel of the parish church, now used as a vestry.

The Baskervilles also had another castle closer to the Wye at Bredwardine, which stood on the right bank of the river, commanding the ferry by which means alone it could be crossed.

The first Baskerville (died 1109) who is mentioned as living in Eardisley castle, about forty-three years after the Conquest, was one ROBERT, A KNIGHT, whose wife AGNES, was DAUGHTER AND HEIRESS OF NASTA, daughter of Rees ap Griffiths, Prince of South Wales.

Note: I am not sure about the ancestry of Agnes. The famous Rhys ap Gruffudd, was born 1127/1132, which is far too late to be Nesta's father.

1057 Agnes 1032 Nicholas de Bacquerville Sources:
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1002 Aubree de Brionne 1029 Nesta verch Rhys 1001 Rhys ap Gruffudd 1070 Drew FitzPons 1132 Owain ap Owain 1134 Dafydd ap Owain 1136 Maelgwyn Oychon ap Owain 1138 Rhodri ap Owain 1140 Cynan ap Owain 1022 Joan ferch Cadwgon 1018 Cadwallon ap Cadwgan 1002 Efa ferch Gwrgan 1549 Robert Moyle 1492 - 1559 Thomas Jones 67 67 1499 - 1558 Mary Frances de Berkeley 59 59 1530 Sybil Jones 1532 Margaret Jones 1534 Richard Jones 1460 John ap Thomas 1470 Elizabeth Vaughan 1434 - 1490 Thomas ap Dafydd 56 56 1436 - 1488 Catrin verch Morgan 52 52 1456 Janet verch Thomas 1464 William ap Thomas 1476 Lewys ap Thomas 1472 Margaret verch Thomas 1482 Jane verch Thomas 1484 Elizabeth verch Thomas 1411 - 1494 Dafydd ap Mathew 83 83 1413 Gwendolyn Herbert 1436 William Fawr ap Dafydd 1438 Jane verch Dafydd 1440 Margared verch Dafydd 1442 Dafydd ap Dafydd 1445 Ellen verch Dafydd 1447 Jenkin ap Dafydd 1450 Morgan ap Dafydd 1378 - 1439 Matthew ap Ieuan 61 61 1380 Jonet Fleming 1407 Robert ap Matthew 1409 Haskyn ap Matthew 1418 Lewys ap Matthew 1423 Ieuan ap Matthew 1348 Ieuan ap Gruffydd 1354 Crisli verch Gawdyn 1328 Gawdyn ap Llywellyn 1298 - 1377 Llewellyn ap Cynwrig 79 79 1300 Jonet von Cynfyn 1270 Cynwrig ap Osborn FitzGerald 1272 Nest verch Cynfrig 1285 Nest ferch Cynwrig 1240 - 1293 Osborn FitzGerald 53 53 1195 - 1261 John FitzGerald 66 66 1210 Margery FitzAnthony 1175 - 1213 Elinor de Marisco 38 38 1197 Maurice FitzGerald 1176 - 1213 Thomas FitzGerald de Windsor 37 37 1135 - 1179 Geoffrey de Marisco 44 44 1140 Sabrina Simcik 1170 Geoffrey de Marisco 1100 - 1139 Robert de Marisco 39 39 1110 Lucia di Alneto 1080 Alexander di Alneto 1137 Sabrina de Marisco 1139 Herve de Marisco 1075 - 1118 Geoffrey de Montgomery 43 43 1080 Richilde 1240 - 1301 Cynfrig ap Madog 61 61 1250 Gwyladys verch Rhys 1212 - 1269 Madog Fychan ap Madoc 57 57 Sources:

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1210 Rhys ap Morgan 1220 Mawd ferch Cunedda 1240 Maeldon Fychan ap Rhys 1195 Elen verch Hwyel Vychan 1212 Gwladys verch Morgan 1200 Morgan Vychan ap Morgan 1344 Jenkin Fleming 1348 Alice Rayne 1320 - 1386 John Fleming 66 66 1323 Efa Norris 1286 Patrick Fleming 1286 Margaret Fraser 1306 Malcolm Fleming 1310 Mary Fleming 1261 - 1314 Robert Fleming 53 53 1262 - 1307 Joan Douglas 45 45 1284 Malcolm Fleming 1288 Brigida Fleming 1239 - 1267 Malcolm Fleming 28 28 1215 - 1281 Robert Fleming 66 66 1190 - 1238 James Fleming 48 48 1152 - 1205 Baldwin le Fleming 53 53 1169 Margaret de Huntington 1124 - 1167 Knut Foulquesson de Beaumont 43 43 1087 Foulques Digre de Beaumont 1086 Ingrid Knutsdatter 1126 Bengt Foulquesson de Beaumont 1070 - 1120 Raoul de Beaumont 50 50 1066 Agatha de Nevers 1023 - 1066 Foulques de Nevers 43 43 1025 - 1066 Petronille de Chateau- Gontier 41 41 1055 Euphrosyne de Nevers 1000 - 1023 Eudes de Nevers 23 23 1000 - 1060 Adelaide d'Anjou 60 60 0971 - 1005 Matilda Billung 34 34 0956 - 1028 Laundry de Maers 72 72 0993 Bodo de Nevers 0996 Renaud de Nevers & Auxerre 0926 Bodo de Maers 1000 - 1066 Renaud de Chateau- Gontier 66 66 1005 Elizabeth 0970 Yves de Belleme 1064 - 1115 Adele of Flanders 51 51 1084 Charles Knutesson 1043 - 1086 Knute de Hellige Svendsson 43 43     Canute IV of Denmark
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

    Canute IV, (c. 1043 – July 17, 1086), also known as Canute the Saint and Canute the Holy, was King of Denmark from 1080 until 1086. He is also the patron saint of Denmark.

    Canute was the illegitimate son of Sweyn II Estridsson. Canute succeeded his brother, Harald III. Canute wanted to establish a strong royal authority on the basis of a strong church. He also considered the title of King of England to be his, as he was the grandnephew of Canute the Great, who had reigned as king of England, Denmark and Norway from 1016 until 1035. When Canute tried to force peasants from Jutland to participate in a raid against England (and its current ruler, William the Conqueror), the peasants led an uprising that culminated with his death inside the wooden Church of St. Alban's in Odense, along with his brother Benedict and 17 of their followers. In 1101 he was canonized as a saint, and in 1300 he and his brother were interred in the new Saint Canute's Cathedral.

    In later Danish tradition Canute in spite of his official canonisation came to stand is the tyrant par excellence that exploited the peasantry and was killed by his freedom-loving people, an interpretation often seen in liberal history writing and left-wing poetry. Though this picture is only partly true (the farmers of early Medieval Denmark were “free men” of political influence and not a quite cowed underclass) there is hardly any doubt that his course was regarded an intolerable attack on time-honoured rights.

    He married Adelaide (Adela) of Flanders, daughter of Robert I, the count of Flanders, and had a son, Charles the Good, who became count of Flanders
1144 - 1219 David de Huntingdon 75 75 # Note: David, EARL OF HUNTINGDON &C., by Maud, 1st sister and coheir of Ranulph (DE BLUNDEVILLE), EARL OF CHESTER. [Complete Peerage]

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# Note: on the history of the Earldom of Huntingdon:

    After Earl Simon's [Matilda's 1st husband] death, his Widow married David I of Scotland, who consequently became Earl of Huntingdon too, keeping the Earldom even after he succeeded his brother as King of Scots. He sided with the Empress Maud against Stephen I but came to terms with the latter and made the Earldom over to his son Henry. Henry swore fealty to Stephen but subsequently fought against him under the Scottish banner, which may account for Simon de St Liz's son, another Simon, being recognized as Earl of Huntingdon before Henry's death in 1152. Thereafter the Earldom was more or less bounced back and forth between the de St Liz family and the Kings of Scotland, first being held 1157-65 by Malcolm the Maiden and (1165-74) by his brother William The Lion, King of Scots, then by a Simon de St Liz (grandson of the first Simon and son of the second) from 1174 to 1184.

# Note:

    When the third Simon de St Liz died in 1184 he left no surviving issue and David, younger brother of the Kings of Scots just mentioned, assumed the Earldom from 1185 (on the handing over of it to him by William the Lion) till it was taken away from him in 1215 or 1216 by King John. He got it back again in 1218, however. [Burke's Peerage]

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    David, Earl of Huntingdon, accompanied King Richard I to the Holy Land with 500 men in his train; but upon his return, his fleet being shattered, his lordship was made prisoner by the Egyptians and eventually redeemed by the Venetians. He m. Maud, dau. of Hugh Kyvelioc, and sister and co-heir of Ralph, Earl of Chester, and had surviving issue, John surnamed Le Scot, Margaret, Isabel, Ada, Maud. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, London, 1883]

# Note:

Title: The Magna Charta Sureties 1215, Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Sheppard Jr, 5th Edition, 1999
Page: 7-3, 41-3, 139-1

Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
Page: III:169

Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 131-29

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Earl of Huntington, Garioch, and Lennox

David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon
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David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon (born c. 1144, died 17 June 1219) was a Scottish prince. He was the youngest surviving son of Henry of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon and Ada de Warenne, a daughter of William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey, and Elizabeth de Vermandois. His paternal grandfather was David I of Scotland. Huntingdon was granted to him after his elder brother William I of Scotland ascended the throne. David's son John succeeded him to the earldom.

In the litigation for succession to the crown of Scotland in 1290-1292, David's sister's (Ada's) great-great-grandson Floris V, Count of Holland (who also then pursued the throne for himself) claimed that Earl David had renounced his hereditary rights to the throne of Scotland. The veracity of renunciation cannot have otherwise been ascertained, nor its reasons.

He married Maude of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester, by whom he had three sons (John, Robert, and Henry) and four daughters (Matilda, Ada, Isobel, and Margaret). After the extinction of the senior line of the Scottish royal house in 1290 when the legitimate line of William I of Scotland ended, David's descendants were the prime candidates for the throne. The two most notable claimants to the throne, Robert Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale (grandfather of King Robert I of Scotland) and John of Scotland were his descendants through David's daughters Isobel of Huntingdon and Margaret of Huntingdon respectively.
1147 - 1182 Isabel de Meschines 35 35 1165 Henry de Huntington 1179 Isabel de Huntington 1225 - 1277 Andrew Douglas 52 52 1250 William Douglas 1259 - 1333 Simon of Brotherton Fraser 74 74 1273 Margaret Jonsdatter 1320 Alexander Fraser 1317 Simon Fraser 1234 - 1310 Jon Magnusson 76 76 1239 Margaret Sinclair- Grahame 1275 Magnus Jonsson 1277 Isabella Jonsdatter 1202 - 1273 Magnus Ogilvy 71 71 1232 Gille Brigte Magnusson 1230 Magnus Magnusson 1177 - 1239 Gille Brigte Ogilvie 62 62 1200 - 1259 Gille Brigte Ogilvy 59 59 1209 David Grahame 1218 Katherine Sinclair 1241 David Grahame 1189 Elizabeth Jonsdottir 1187 - 1232 Peter Graham 45 45 1282 - 1349 John Norris 67 67 1310 Elizabeth Norris 1317 Beatrice Norris 1327 John Norris 1250 Henry Norris 1280 Amacia Norris 1302 Robert Rayne Alternate birth date: abt 1270 (Website: histfam.familysearch.org//getperson.php?personID=I6674&tree=Welsh)

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1310 Gwladus ferch Hopkin 1335 Robert Rayne 1285 - 1370 Hopkin ap Hywel Fychan 85 85 1295 Gwenllian ferch Rhys Foel 1325 Denis ferch Hopkin 1260 Hywel Fychan ap Hywel 1266 - 1298 Agnes de Cantilupe 32 32 1287 Gwenllian ferch Hywel Fychan 1290 Aron ap Hywel Fychan 1230 Hywel ap Cadwgon 1202 Cadwgon ap Hywel 1210 - 1300 Elizabeth Basson 90 90 1169 Hywel ap Trahaearn 1178 Gwenllian ferch Gruffudd 1206 Gwenllian verch Hwyel 1210 Rhys ap Hywel 1128 - 1176 Trahaearn ap Gwrgan 48 48 1136 Gwenllian verch Rhys 1160 Cydifor ap Trahaearn 1171 Joan verch Trahaearn 1174 Trahearn Fychan ap Trahearn 1176 Ellyw verch Trahaearn 1085 Gwrgan ap Bleddyn 1094 Gwenllian verch Philip 1126 Madog ap Gwrgan 1130 Thomas ap Gwrgan 1134 Gwalter ap Gwrgan 1136 Cadivor ap Gwrgan 1048 Bleddyn ap Rhys 1050 Ellinor ferch Tewdwr 1072 Caradog ap Bleddyn 1078 Cadwgon ap Bleddyn 1060 Philip ap Gwis 0963 Cadell ap Einion 0957 Edwin ap Einion 0959 Tewdwr ap Einion 0961 Idwallon ap Einion 0967 Goronwy ap Einion 1130 Gruffydd ap Llewelyn 1170 Gruffudd ap Gruffudd 1100 Llewelyn ap Gwrgan 1075 Gwrgan ap Llewelyn 1045 Llewelyn ap Gwrgan 1180 Stephen Basson 1188 Elizabeth Brigan 1160 John Brigan 1230 William de Cantilupe 1240 Maud de Arches 1262 William de Cantilupe 1264 Thomas de Cantilupe 1268 Sybilla de Cantilupe 1190 - 1266 Nicholas de Cantilupe 76 76 1200 Eustache FitzRalph de Levington 1210 Osbert de Arches 1250 Rhys Foel ap Rhys Goch 1262 Llian ferch Cynhaethwy 1280 Rhys ap Rhys Foel 1220 Rhys Goch ap Richard 1240 Margred verch Rhys Goch 1185 Richard ap Einion 1193 Ellyw verch Rhys Gryg 1213 Arddun verch Richard 1135 Einion ap Gollwyn 1174 Elliw verch Thomas 1195 Rhys Mechyll ap Rhys Gryg 1169 - 1233 Rhys ap Rhys 64 64 1130 Thomas ap Gwrgan 1385 - 1438 George Herbert 53 53 1359 Vincent Herbert 1361 - 1460 Joan de Passenden 99 99 1381 Vincent Herbert 1383 Henry Herbert 1395 John Herbert 1333 - 1385 Henry Herbert 52 52 1335 Parnell Allard 1356 Parnell Herbert 1303 Nicholas Allard 1309 Vincent Herbert 1310 Joan de Salerne 1338 Elizabeth Herbert 1340 John Herbert 1342 Joan Herbert 1344 Vincent Herbert 1286 Sampson de Salerne 1315 John de Salerne 1283 Herbert FitzHerbert 1290 Lucy Peverell 1255 Herbert FitzHerbert 1227 Herbert FitzHerbert 1195 Matthew FitzHerbert 1200 Joan 1165 Julia Corbet 1158 Herbert FitzHerbert 1205 John Peverell 1233 - 1305 Thomas Peverell 72 72 1260 - 1329 Andrew Peverell 69 69 1262 Lucy de Beke 1335 Robert de Passenden 1342 Isabella de Holden 1413 - 1472 Morgan ap Jenkyn 59 59 1414 Elizabeth Vaughan 1438 Cecily verch Morgan 1440 John ap Morgan 1450 Margaret verch Morgan 1458 Anne verch Morgan 1377 Jenkyn ap Philip 1390 Cecily Welsh 1420 Jevan ap Jenkyn 1355 - 1382 Philip ap Morgan 27 27 1357 Gwenllian Norris 1379 Margaret verch Philip 1330 - 1384 Morgan ap Llywelyn 54 54 1338 Mallt verch Rhun 1353 Crisli verch Morgan 1366 Llewelyn ap Morgan 1370 John ap Morgan 1372 Christian verch Morgan 1374 Ann verch Morgan 1376 Margred verch Morgan 1380 Elinor verch Morgan 1292 - 1333 Llywelyn ap Ifor 41 41 1304 - 1334 Angharad verch Morgan 30 30 1332 Ifor ap Llywelyn 1334 Philip ap Llywelyn 1245 Ifor ap Llewelyn 1250 Tangwystl verch Rhys 1220 - 1252 Llywelyn ap Bledri 32 32 1224 Nest verch Hywel 1247 Ieuan ap Llywelyn 1167 Bledri ap Cydifor 1185 Hywel ap Caradog 1200 Sarah le Soor 1155 Caradog ap Trahaearn 1130 Trahaearn ap Cydifor Fawr 1135 Margred verch Rhydderch 1169 Hywel ap Trahaern 1100 Cadifor Fawr ap Gollwyn 1170 Gollwyn ap Gwyn 1100 Rhydderch ap Tewdwr Mawr 1132 Owain ap Rhydderch 1137 Maredudd Fras ap Rhydderch 1066 Tewdwr Mawr ap Rhys 1067 Hunydd verch Bleddyn 1173 Mayo le Soor 1180 Mawd Huntley 1202 Gwenllian le Soor 1198 John le Soor 1150 Peter le Soor 1154 Jane le Fleming 1210 Rhys ap Hywel 1240 Einion ap Rhys 1178 Nest verch Gruffydd 1169 Hywel ap Trahaern 1130 Gruffydd ap Ivor Bach 1148 Hawise FitzWilliam 1183 Hwyel Felyn ap Gruffudd 1275 - 1331 Morgan ap Maredudd 56 56 1279 - 1334 Crisli verch Dafydd 55 55 1234 - 1275 Maredudd ap Gruffudd 41 41 1240 Mawd ferch Cadwallon 1204 - 1278 Gruffudd ap Maredudd Gethin 74 74 1210 Gwerful verch Morgan 1180 - 1248 Morgan ap Hywel 68 68 1220 Cynwrig ap Morgan 1235 Dafydd ap Meurig 1270 Robert ap Dafydd 1274 Richard ap Dafydd 1276 Einion ap Dafydd 1185 Meurig ap Maredudd 1228 Samson ap Meurig 1137 Maredudd Fras ap Rhydderch 1146 Tangwystl verch Rhys 1168 Dyddgu verch Maredudd 1170 Perwyr verch Maredudd 1172 Richard ap Maredudd 1174 Gwilym ap Maredudd 1176 Trahaearn ap Maredudd 1178 Gwenllian verch Maredudd 1331 Elizabeth 1327 John Norris 1355 Efa Norris 1355 John Welsh 1360 Katherine verch Llewellyn 1382 Margred Welsh 1374 - 1415 Roger Vaughan 41 41 1376 - 1454 Gwenllian verch Gwilym 78 78 1398 Roger Vaughan 1400 Thomas Vaughan 1402 Catherine Vaughan 1405 - 1469 Watkin Vaughan 64 64 1410 Maud Vaughan 1412 Gwilym Vaughan 1345 Roger Vaughan 1355 Anne Devereaux 1380 Robert Vaughan 1376 Gwladus Vaughan 1317 Walter Vaughan 1318 Florence de Bredwardine 1340 Alice Vaughn 1295 Roger Vaughan 1297 Katherine Baskerville 1315 Thomas Vaughan 1255 Rosser Vawr ap Yevan 1265 Joyce de Waldeboeff 1233 Yevan ap Hywel 1235 Jenet verch Jevan 1212 Gwladys verch Morgan 1210 Hywel ap Seissyl 1231 Gwgon ap Hywel 1182 Seissyl ap Llewellyn 1191 Lleucu verch Gruffydd 1154 Llywelyn ap Moreiddig Warwyn 1155 Joan ferch Genillin 1120 Genillin ap Rhys Goch 1127 Nesta verch Gruffydd 1120 Moriddig Warwyn ap Drymbenog 1160 Gruffydd ap Madoc 1174 Hawise verch Hwyel 1197 Madoc ap Gruffydd 1152 Hwyel ap Maredudd 1127 Maredudd ap Caradog 1135 Joan de Turberville 1115 Emerod de Turberville 1204 Jevan ap Rhys 1169 - 1233 Rhys ap Rhys 64 64 1180 Joane de Clare 1200 Philip ap Rhys 1202 Gwenllian verch Rhys 1206 Joane verch Rhys 1209 Meredith ap Rhys Gryg 1245 - 1298 William de Waldeboeff 53 53 1220 Humphrey de Waldeboeff 1225 Mary FitzReginald 1197 - 1229 Ragnald Olafsson 32 32 1205 Mary de Ergadia 1223 Ragnald FitzReginald 1227 Ivar FitzReginald 1229 Magnus FitzReginald 1167 - 1237 Olaf Godredson 70 70 1178 Christina MacAntagart 1195 Olaf Olafsson Olaf II of the Isle of Man
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King Olaf II of the Isle of Man, known as Olave in some texts, was the older brother of his predecessor, King Ragnald.

His younger brother usurped his succession to the throne and it was only after years of campaigning against his brother's rule that Olaf killed him and took the throne in the year 1229.

He was then driven out again by Alan, Lord of Galloway and forced to flee to Norway, where he sought and received the assistance of Haakon IV of Norway, who gave him a small fleet. Olaf traveled next to Orkney, where he received a few more troops to compliment his own. With this force he first invaded Man and recaptured the island, then sent a few troops to Rothesay Castle, which they captured by hacking at the walls with their axes.

Olaf died in the year 1237 at Peel Castle. He was succeeded by his son, who became King Harald.
1200 Leod Olafsson 1260 - 1309 Ralph Baskerville 49 49 1265 Ann Walys 1240 Elizabeth de Pembrugge 1230 Ralph Baskerville 1275 Alice Baskerville 1200 Roger Baskerville 1210 Bridget Hunterson 1170 James Baskerville 1180 Ann St. Owen 1150 Roger St. Owen 1272 Walter de Bredwardine 1302 Alice de Bredwardine 1305 Philippa de Bredwardine 1246 Roger de Bredwardine 1220 Walter de Bredwardine 1225 Anne Brett 1256 Alice de Longchamp 1450 Eleanor Whitney 1440 - 1483 Thomas Vaughan 43 43 1405 - 1469 Watkin Vaughan 64 64 1410 Elsbeth Wogan 1468 - 1514 Richard de Berkeley 46 46 1470 - 1506 Elizabeth Coningsby 36 36 1492 John