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Female Sibylla Fitzhenry Click to view Sibylla Fitzhenry in the family tree

Sibylla was born about 1097 in Domfront, Normandy, France.  Sibylla's father was King Henry I "Beauclerc" England King and her mother was Sibyl (Adela) (Lucy) Corbet.  Her paternal grandparents were William I "The Conqueror" King Of England [King England] and Matilda (Maud) Flanders [Queen England]. She had three brothers and five sisters, named Reginald, William Constable Of, Gilbert Of, Eustacia De, Daughter Of, Emma Of, Joan (Elizabeth) and Gunherd Of. She had six half-brothers and seven half-sisters, named Henry, Son Prince Of, William "Atheling", Richard, Robert "The King's Son", William De, Maud Princess Of, Elizabeth Princess Of, Euphamia Of, Adelaide Of, Matilda "The Empress" Princess Of, Constance  Of and Alice Princess Of.  She died on July 12th, 1122 in Island Of The Woman, Loch Tay, Scotland.  She was buried in Island Of Woman, Loch Tay.


Sibylla's family with Alexander I "The Fierce" King Of Scotland

‚ÄĆSibylla and Alexander I "The Fierce" King Of were married in a religious ceremony about 1107 in Of, Scotland.

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