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    • A Genealogy Report For<br />ALFONSO VII DE CASTILE<br />Created on 22 April 2010<br />" The Complete Genealogy Reporter" <br />© 2006-2009 Nigel Bufton Software<br />under license to MyHeritage Family Tree Builder<br />CONTENTS<br />1. PATERNAL ANCESTRY<br />2. MATERNAL ANCESTRY<br />3. DESCENDANTS<br />4. DIRECT RELATIONS<br />5. FAMILY TREES<br />6. NOTES<br />7. SOURCES<br />8. INDEX OF PLACES<br />9. INDEX OF DATES<br />10. INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS<br />1. PATERNAL ANCESTRY<br />Raymond de Burgundy238<br />Page 2<br />2. MATERNAL ANCESTRY<br />Urraca I de Castile239<br />Page 3<br />3. DESCENDANTS<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235<br />+BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236<br />FERDINAND II De LEON230<br />+URRACA DePORTUGAL231<br />Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228<br />+BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229<br />Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225<br />+Joan Countess of Ponthieu226<br />Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223<br />+Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224<br />Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204<br />John Prince Of ENGLAND205<br />Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206<br />Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207<br />Joan of Acre208<br />Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209<br />Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210<br />Isabel Princess Of ENGLAND211<br />Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212<br />Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213<br />Mary Princess Of ENGLAND214<br />Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215<br />Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216<br />Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217<br />Edward II King Of King of England218<br />+Isabelle Princess of France219<br />Edward III of King ENGLAND197<br />+Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198<br />John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183<br />+Katherine DE ROET184<br />John de Beaufort178 ...(1)<br />Thomas BEAUFORT180<br />Henry BEAUFORT181<br />Joan DE BEAUFORT182<br />Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185<br />+Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199<br />Mr. ENGLAND186<br />Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187<br />Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND189<br />William Prince Of ENGLAND190<br />Lionel of Antwerp191<br />John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192<br />Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193<br />Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194<br />Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195<br />Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196<br />John Prince Of ENGLAND200<br />Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202<br />Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND220<br />Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND221<br />Joan Plantagenet222<br />Constance de Castile232<br />Sancho III de Castile233<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235<br />+Rixa Piast237<br />Sancha de Castile234<br />Page 4<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Descendants<br />(1)... John de Beaufort178<br />+Margaret Holland179<br />Henry BEAUFORT170<br />John BEAUFORT171<br />Thomas BEAUFORT172<br />Joan Beaufort173<br />+James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174<br />Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146<br />Joan" The Dumb Lady" Stuart147<br />Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148<br />Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart149<br />Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150<br />James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151<br />+Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152<br />Elizabeth Graham139<br />Mary Stewart, Queen of Scots140 Scottish queen regnant <br />+Archibald Unknown141<br />William de Douglas130<br />David Douglas131<br />Margaret de Douglas132<br />Elizabeth Douglas133<br />+James II Hamilton142<br />Elizabeth Hamilton134<br />Agnes Hamilton135<br />John Hamilton136<br />+Marion Maxwell137<br />Alexander Hamilton128<br />+Marion Cunningham129<br />John Hamilton122<br />Isabel Hamilton123<br />+Robert Semple124<br />Grisel Semple117 ...(2)<br />Robert Semple121<br />William Hamilton125<br />Robert Hamilton126<br />Alexander Hamilton127<br />James Hamilton138<br />Euphemia Graham144<br />Malise Graham145<br />Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153<br />James II Stuart154<br />Alaxander (Twin) Stuart155<br />Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156<br />Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157<br />Ms. Stuart158<br />Isabel Stuart159<br />+James Stewart175<br />Margaret of SCOTLAND160<br />Isabella of SCOTLAND161<br />Joan of SCOTLAND162<br />Mary of SCOTLAND163<br />James Ii of SCOTLAND164<br />Alexander of SCOTLAND165<br />Annabella of SCOTLAND166<br />Eleanor of SCOTLAND167<br />John Stewart168<br />Andrew Stewart169<br />Edmund BEAUFORT176<br />Margaret BEAUFORT177<br />Page 5<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Descendants<br />(2)... Grisel Semple117<br />+John Hamilton118<br />David Hamilton107<br />+Alexander Blair120<br />Bryce Blair108<br />Bryce John Blair109<br />Robert Blair110<br />James Blair111<br />Alexander Blair112<br />Alexander Blair113<br />Margaret Blair114<br />Gavin Blair115<br />+Isabel Crawfurd116<br />Ann Miss Margaret Blair105<br />+Andrew Lynn106<br />David Lynn103<br />+Margaret Patton104<br />Sarah Cameron Lynn99<br />+Henry Patton100<br />Richard Patton83<br />Robert Patton84<br />Thomas Patton85<br />William Patton86<br />John Patton87<br />+Mary Sarah Rogers88<br />John Patton69<br />+Mary Anderson70<br />James Henry Patton65<br />+Florence Graham66<br />Jane Patton57<br />Henry Patton58<br />William Patton59<br />Cynthia Patton60<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 ...(3)<br />Dorcas Patton63<br />Florence Patton64<br />+Janet Martha Steele71<br />Matthew Patton67<br />William Patton68<br />Matthew Patton72<br />Samuel Patton73<br />Lydia Patton74<br />Benjamin Patton75<br />Alexander Patton76<br />Andrew Patton77<br />+Agnes Snodgrass89<br />Isabella Patton78<br />Agnes Patton79<br />Mr. Patton80<br />Ms. Patton81<br />Mr. Patton82<br />Andrew Patton90<br />James Patton91<br />David Patton92<br />Charles Patton93<br />Benjamin Patton94<br />Mathew Patton95<br />Elizabeth Patton96<br />Henry Patton97<br />Hugh Patton98<br />William Lynn101<br />Margaret Lynn102<br />Page 6<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Descendants<br />(3)... Samuel Allen Patton61<br />+Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62<br />Nancy Patton46<br />+David A. Click47<br />Harry " Harvey" Click36<br />Harvey John Click34<br />+Mary Elizabeth DeHart35<br />Essie Click27<br />+Laban Thomas Pitts28<br />Roby W Pitts8<br />Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9<br />+John Lavonne Biddle10<br />John Pierre Biddle1<br />+John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11<br />John Pierre Biddle3<br />Carolyn Sue Biddle7<br />Raymond Pitts12<br />Robie Pitts13<br />David Pitts14<br />David Pitts15<br />Dave Pitts16<br />Marjorie Louise Pitts17<br />David Pitts18<br />Robie Pitts19<br />Raymond Pitts20<br />Robert Pitts21<br />Robie Pitts22<br />Raymond Pitts23<br />Raymond Pitts24<br />Robie Pitts25<br />David Pitts26<br />Elsie M Glick29<br />Lilly Click30<br />Willard Click31<br />Arnold Click32<br />Raymond Click33<br />William Harmon Click37<br />Margaret Rohessie Click38<br />Elizabeth Jane Click39<br />Susannah " Susie" Click40<br />Sarah Click41<br />John P. Click42<br />Samuel Click43<br />Amanda Click44<br />Catharine Click45<br />Frazier Patton48<br />William Patton49<br />Allen Patton50<br />Margaret Patton51<br />George W. Patton52<br />Kelsie Patton53<br />Samuel Allen Patton54<br />James P. Patton55<br />Henry C. Patton56<br />Page 7<br />4. DIRECT RELATIONS<br />Generation of Twenty-seven-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />1. JOHN PIERRE BIDDLE WARDEN (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson) was born on 7 April 1942 in Marion, Grant,Indiana, United States to John Lavonne Biddle10 and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9, as shown in family tree 1.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 1 applies.<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 2 applies.<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 3 applies.<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 4 applies.<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 5 applies.<br />2. MILLIE CALCAGNI (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1936 in Providence, R.I.<br />John Pierre Biddle1, aged 42, married Millie Calcagni, aged about 48, on 24 October 1984 in Las Vegas, Neveda.<br />3. JOHN PIERRE BIDDLE WARDEN(ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson) was born on 7 April 1942 in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA to John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9, as shown in family tree 2. <br />(John married twice. He was married to Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou4, Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni5.)<br />Note: REFN: 357<br />John Pierre Biddle WardenWarden at Shelter Island, San Diego, CA 2009 (2)<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=79991def-5cbe-477b-b189-2945dabccde0&tid=5777003&pid=-1396855~<br />714<br />Generation No. 9<br />12. JOHN PIERRE BIDDLE9 (WARDEN) (JOHN LAVON8 BIDDLE, GROVER CLEVELAND7, JOHN WESLEY6,<br />JACOB5, BARBARA4 MASON, ELIZABETH3 LORENTZ, SUSANNAH2 FUNKHAUSER, and JACOB1) was born<br />April 07, 1942 in Marion, Grant, IN, and is presently living in Southern California. Although born as a Biddle, as a<br />Child, he was adopted into the Warden family. He graduated High School from Kokomo, High School and joined<br />The U.S. Army in 1960. He served in Germany with the 34th Medium Tank Battalion in Munich, Germany. He was then<br />assigned to the 7th Cavalry Troop C at Fort Benning, Georgia in 1963. John received his B.S. in History from<br />Indiana University in 1969 and his Masters in Social Studies Education in 1972. Mr. Warden worked for Job Corps<br />as Academic and Vocational Supervisor from 1984-1992. He was listed in Marquis's " Whose Who in the West [sic -<br />Marquis Who's...] 1994/1995. Under his supervision for the Inland Empire Job Corps his Departments earned high<br />ratings. Subsequently he earned his Special Education Credential from California State University at San Bernardino,<br />CA. He is presently teaching at Eisenhower High School in Rialto, CA. (1) He married DOLLY PANAGOITA<br />PAPAGEORGIOU on September 26, 1961. She was born September 02, 1938 in Athens, Attica, Greece. She was<br />the Granddaughter of one of the founders of the Commercial Bank of Greece and her father was a Greek General and<br />a member of the Greek Aero Pagos (The Supreme Court of Greece). They were divorced in 1978. He then married<br />(2) MILDRED REGINA CALCAGNI on October 20, 1984. She was born February 17, 1936 in Providence, Rhode<br />Island. Child of JOHN PIERRE BIDDLE WARDEN(WARDEN) and DOLLY PAPAGEORGIOU is:<br />i. NO10 ISSUE The child was a miscarriage. Child of JOHN (WARDEN) and MILDRED CALCAGNI is:<br />ii. NO10 ISSUE. Step Children<br />James, Cheryl and Rocco Paolella.<br />---------------------------------<br />John Henry Biddle Entries: 31 Updated: Mon Jan 19 00:47:14 2004 Contact:John Warden<br />ID: I519231353<br />Name: John Pierre BIDDLE<br />Given Name: John Pierre<br />Surname: BIDDLE<br />Sex: M<br />Birth: 1942 in Marion, Grant, Indiana<br />Death: in<br />Event: Honorable Discharge 7th Cavalry 3 Army Military Discharge1966 U.S.A.<br />: 1952 Kokomo, IN to Lotus A. Warden<br />Note: Born 1942 as John Pierre Biddle; son of John Lavon Biddle.Adopted 1952 by Lotus A. Warden of Kokomo,<br />Indiana.<br />MarriedSeptember 26, 1961 in Greek Orthodox Church Munich, Germany toDolly Panagotia Papageorgiou.<br />Member of the 24 Infantry Divisionand the Seventh Cavalry.<br />Graduated Indiana University with aM.S. in Social Studies Education and Cal State University withCertification in<br />Special Education.<br />Divorced 1979.<br />MarriedMildred Regina Calcagni in Las Vegas, Neveda 1984.<br />Mildred wasborn in Providence, Rhode Island.<br />Father: John Lavon BIDDLE b: 28 Aug 1918<br />Page 8<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Mother: Marjorie Louise PITTS b: 18 Jan 1924 in Kentucky<br />--------------------------<br />From: <robinsonb@sympatico.ca><br />To: <robinsonb@sympatico.ca><br />Subject: WorldConnect: Post-em posted<br />Date: Friday, January 14, 2005 11:26 PM<br />Database: :2854224<br />Individual: I563920314<br />Link: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi- bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2854224&id=I563920314<br />Name: John Pierre Biddle Warden(Warden)<br />Email: JOHNPIERREBIDDLE@BIDDLEFAMILY.NET<br />URL:<br />URL title: BIDDLE ODYSSEY<br />Note:<br />Hi Cousin William!<br />I am the son of John Lavonne Biddle and my sister is Carolyn Sue Biddle. Our grandfather was Grover Biddle and<br />our Grandmother Leatha Pearl Robinson (Biddle). If you would like I will invite you to join our Biddle site at<br />www.biddlefamily.net. It may or may not be helpful to your endeavors but you might learn some things.<br />Respectfully yours<br />John Pierre Biddle WardenWarden<br />--------------------------<br />24 Oct 2004<br />Dear robinsonbill,<br />I saw a tree you posted on Ancestry called: 'Robinsons, Rankines & others'. I wanted to learn more about John<br />George Biddle. Here is the information I found:<br />Name: John George Biddle<br />Birth Date: 19 Feb 1808<br />Birth Place: , Fayette, PA, USA<br />Death Date:<br />Death Place:<br />Do you have more information about this person or your tree that you could share with me?<br />[ I noticed in one of the presentations whether yours or jcsunderman's John Biddle middle initial is W. Do you have<br />any further information concerning this?<br />Thank you,<br />wardenjohn@hotmail.com<br />or John Pierre Biddle Warden(Warden)<br />---------------------------<br />Johnny Pierre Biddle (Warden)<br />10794 E. Peralta Canyon Drive<br />Gold Canyon, AZ 85218<br />United States of America<br />E-mail: JOHNBIDDLEWARDEN@MSN.COM<br />Secondary E-mail: jpwarden@pacbell.net<br />Birthday: April 7, 1942<br />Gender: Male<br />Homepage:<br />Home Phone: 480-982-6386<br />Mobile Phone: 909-213-2052<br />4th Greatgrandfather : George Mason<br />Father : John Lavonne Biddle<br />Grandfather : Grover Cleveland Biddle<br />Grandmother : Elsie Dehart<br />Great Grand : John Click<br />Great Grandfather : John Wesley Biddle<br />Great Great Grandfather : Jacob Biddle<br />Great Great Great Grandfa : John Biddle<br />Mother : Marjorie Louise Pitts<br />Notes:<br />Member Created: 22 August, 2003 at 22:00:40MT by John Biddle (Warden)<br />Profile Last Updated: 30 December, 2004 at 01:47:31MT by John Biddle (Warden)<br />John's Public Profile<br />To all members of the Biddle family --greetings and to others salutations! The standard saying,I believe, is that this is<br />a work in progress. Believe me- that statement could not be any truer than it is now. Please feel free to contact and<br />help me add or delete information so that I may make this a useful site for all extended family members. Respectfully<br />yours, John Pierre Biddle Warden(Warden)<br />Visit the Members Directory<br />Page 9<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Hobbies and Interests<br />Astronomy , Drawing/Painting , Gardening , Genealogy/Family History , Hiking/Camping , Music (listening) , Music<br />(playing/writing) , Reading , Law<br />Type of Person I Am<br />Adventurous , Analytical , Athlete , Computer Addict , Creative , History buff , Humorous , Movie Buff<br />Sports I Participate In<br />Cycling , Swimming/Diving , Track and Field<br />My Favorite Colors<br />Green , Red<br />Types of Food I Like<br />American , German , Italian , Mexican , Middle Eastern<br />Types of Music I Like<br />Classical<br />Types of Books I Like<br />Biography , Educational , General Reference , Historical Fiction , How to/Self Help , Science Fiction/Fantasy<br />Types of Movies I Like<br />Action/Adventure , Biography , Comedy , Historical Fiction , Mystery.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243597679.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 6 applies.<br />• Source 30 (Name). Note 7 applies.<br />• Source 31 (Name). Note 8 applies.<br />• Source 1 (Birth).<br />• Source 22 (Birth).<br />4. DOLLY PANGIOTA PANAGOTIA PAPAGEORGIOU (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife) was born<br />on 2 September 1938 in Atens, Attica, Greece.<br />Note: Dolly Panagota Papageorgiou Warden<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=a193f549-147c-4182-ae99-ce01debe1f76&tid=5777003&pid=-5793997~<br />00.<br />John Pierre Biddle3, aged 19, married Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou, aged 23, on 26 September 1961 in<br />Munich, Bavaria, Germany, and they were divorced.<br />Note: Greek Orthodox Church (Marriage).<br />5. MILLIE REGINA MILDRED CALCAGNI (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife) was born on 17<br />February 1936 in Providence, RI to Henri Enrico and Maude Theresa Mac Donald.<br />Note: Millie Regina and daughter Cheryl Ann<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=5b0bd705-5c07-4890-a737-81f1d3248d05&tid=1174737&pid=-184618~<br />8858<br />Millie Regina Warden<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=2b74592d-532e-495d-af3d-f4f689d1b892&tid=5777003&pid=-1396854~<br />308.<br />John Pierre Biddle3, aged 42, married Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni, aged 48, on 20 October 1984 in Las Vegas,<br />Clark, NV, USA.<br />Note: Little Church of the Wildwood (Marriage).<br />6. MILDRED CALCAGNI (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife) was born on 17 February 1936 in<br />Providence R.I., U.S.A.<br />John Pierre Biddle3, aged 42, married Mildred Calcagni, aged 48, on 20 October 1984 in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada.<br />7. CAROLYN SUE BIDDLE (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 6 March 1943 in Kokomo,<br />IN to John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9, as shown in family tree 2.<br />Generation of Twenty-six-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />8. ROBY W PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born in 1916 in Ohio, USA to Laban Thomas<br />Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as shown in family tree 3. Roby resided in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States. In 1920, aged<br />about 4, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1920, aged about 4, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto,<br />Ohio. Roby died in 1964, aged about 48, in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, USA.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243603433.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 9 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Name). Note 10 applies.<br />Page 10<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 11 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Birth). Note 12 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 13 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Residence). Note 14 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 15 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 16 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Death). Note 17 applies.<br />9. MARJORIE C. LOUISE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 18 January 1924 in<br />Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as shown in family tree 3. Marjorie died on 22<br />October 2008, aged 84, in Indiana, USA.<br />(Marjorie married twice. She was married to John Lavonne Biddle10 and John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.)<br />Note: REFN: 354<br />Marjorie Louise Pitts<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=ddf9df01-91f5-4a46-9197-525e6f2908a8&tid=1174737&pid=-1980791~<br />435<br />Marjorie Louise Pitts<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=5a838c4e-7ba2-4b2d-9874-07f6f33c5a8e&tid=5777003&pid=-1396855~<br />717<br />Biddle__Marjorie_Louise__Pitts_.jpg<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=361454c3-a796-4755-b25b-df5f5d779942&tid=5777003&pid=-139685~<br />5717.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243597681.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243597681.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 18 applies.<br />• Source 22 (Birth, Birth in 1924).<br />10. JOHN LAVONNE BIDDLE (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1918 in Tipton County, IN to Grover Cleveland Biddle and Leatha Pearl Robinson. John resided in Howard, Indiana. He resided in Tipton, Indiana. He resided in Indiana. In 1910, aged about -8, John resided in Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana. John died in March<br />1987, aged about 68, in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.<br />Note: REFN: 353<br />John Lavonne Biddle and Jenny and Aunt Mary Biddle<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=12f78bab-bfed-4266-a8a8-1d07dbb5fd8b&tid=5777003&pid=-1396855~<br />718<br />John Lavonne Biddle in WWII<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=76955309-24ce-45ad-949f-35d9433f3704&tid=5777003&pid=-1396855~<br />718<br />John Lavonne Biddle 1918-1986<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=3c0fbc54-ae9e-4ca0-8e28-68c99a579ce8&tid=5777003&pid=-1396855~<br />718<br />John Mary Sue<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=cc57bd55-95a7-41e4-96e5-b38ea56c6732&tid=5777003&pid=-139685~<br />5718<br />John Lavonne Biddle 1918-1986<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=bf2424a5-6814-47fd-b662-d69e390a09d4&tid=5777003&pid=-139685~<br />5718<br />Rememberances of John Lavonne Biddle<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=601912f2-3345-4e8b-b95e-e7ef0c92d364&tid=5777003&pid=-1396~<br />855718.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 8 (Name). Note 19 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Name). Note 20 applies.<br />• Source 55 (Name). Note 21 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Name). Note 22 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Name). Note 23 applies.<br />Page 11<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 24 applies.<br />• Source 22 (Birth).<br />• Source 8 (Birth). Note 25 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Birth). Note 26 applies.<br />• Source 55 (Birth). Note 27 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Birth). Note 28 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Birth). Note 29 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Residence). Note 30 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Residence). Note 31 applies.<br />• Source 55 (Residence). Note 32 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Residence in 1910). Note 33 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Death). Note 34 applies.<br />John Lavonne Biddle married Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9. They had one son:<br />John Pierre Biddle1 in 1942<br />This family is shown as family tree 1.<br />11. JOHN LAVONNE LAVON BIDDLE (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter's husband), also recorded as John<br />Biddle, was born on 28 August 1918 in Tipton, Tipton, IN to Grover Cleveland Biddle and Leatha Pearl Robinson. John resided in Tipton, Indiana. He resided in Howard, Indiana. He resided in Indiana. John resided in Indiana. In 1910, aged about -9, he resided in Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana. John died (Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, United States of America) in March 1987, aged 68. John died on 24 March 1987, aged 68, in Kokomo, Howard, IN, USA. He was buried in Scircleville, Clinton, Indiana, USA - Scott Cemetery - 40.27305N, 86.30151W.<br />Notes:<br />• REFN: 358<br />John Lavonne Biddle 1918-1986<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=f2f4d9b9-924a-48ab-b525-708604abf495&tid=1174737&pid=-198079143~<br />1<br />John Lavonne Biddle in WWII.jpg<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=289cddc6-90c3-4246-92cf-3c3c87fd17de&tid=5777003&pid=-139685571~<br />3.<br />• John Mary Sue<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=69e04084-00d4-42e3-b1c8-10929acca7ce&tid=15300120&pid=24359768~<br />0.<br />• Rememberances of John Lavonne Biddle<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=33d2b984-4d3e-4cb1-98ee-1531ca56439e&tid=15300120&pid=24359~<br />7680.<br />• John Lavonne Biddle in WWII.jpg<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=42954b50-7c9e-4b90-944a-2394423f7705&tid=15300120&pid=24359768~<br />0.<br />• John Lavonne Biddle and Jenny and Aunt Mary Biddle<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=0370d6ce-5199-4034-bed8-71962ebecf43&tid=15300120&pid=24359768~<br />0.<br />• Smith Engle Cabin<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=132c53b7-eced-484f-ad4e-802c24c5e561&tid=15300120&pid=243597680~<br />.<br />• John Lavonne Biddle in WWII<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=8a3cc6e8-5c70-47d4-8305-a6b5245f4c1e&tid=15300120&pid=24359768~<br />0.<br />• John Lavonne Biddle 1918-1986<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=a23991b9-4092-45df-932c-c6fbaceee836&tid=15300120&pid=243597680~<br />.<br />• John Lavonne Biddle 1918-1986<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=image&guid=175996bf-66c2-43ac-a65c-fd39546177fc&tid=15300120&pid=243597680.~<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243597680.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />Page 12<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243597680.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 314-05-0795; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Name). Note 35 applies.<br />Birth date: 28 Aug 1918Birth place: Death date: Mar 1987Death place: Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Tipton County, Indiana; Roll: 1653200; Draft Board: 0 (Name). Note 36<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 20 (Name). Note 37 applies.<br />Birth date: 8 Feb 1931Birth place: IndianaDeath date: 30 Sep 1955Death place: San Luis Obispo, California.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WW2_2240320; Local board: Howard , Indiana (Name). Note 38 applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888Birth place: IndianaResidence date: Residence place: Howard, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 8B; Enumeration District:<br />186; Image: 630 (Name). Note 39 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890 Birth place: IndianaResidence date: 1910Residence place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 56 (Name). Note 40 applies.<br />Birth date: 1918 Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Indiana.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 41 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Name). Note 42 applies.<br />• Source 19 (Name). Note 43 applies.<br />• Source 18 (Name, Birth in 1918, Death in 1987).<br />• Source 55 (Name). Note 44 applies.<br />• Source 49 (Name: John Biddle). Note 45 applies.<br />• Source 49 (Birth). Note 46 applies.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 314-05-0795; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Birth in 1918). Note 47 applies.<br />Birth date: 28 Aug 1918Birth place: Death date: Mar 1987Death place: Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Tipton County, Indiana; Roll: 1653200; Draft Board: 0 (Birth in 1918). Note 48<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888 Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 20 (Birth in 1918). Note 49 applies. James Byron Dean<br />Birth date: 8 Feb 1931Birth place: Indiana Death date: 30 Sep 1955 Death place: San Luis Obispo, California.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WW2_2240320; Local board: Howard , Indiana (Birth in 1918). Note 50 applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888 Birth place: IndianaResidence date: Residence place: Howard, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 8B; Enumeration District:<br />186; Image: 630 (Birth in 1918). Note 51 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890 Birth place: IndianaResidence date: 1910Residence place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 56 (Birth in 1918). Note 52 applies.<br />Birth date: 1918 Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Indiana.<br />• Source 50 (Birth in 1918). Note 53 applies.<br />• Source 19 (Birth in 1918). Note 54 applies.<br />• Source 55 (Birth in 1918). Note 55 applies.<br />• Source 22 (Birth in 1918, Death in 1987).<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Tipton County, Indiana; Roll: 1653200; Draft Board: 0 (Residence). Note 56<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888 Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WW2_2240320; Local board: Howard , Indiana (Residence). Note 57 applies.<br />Birth date: 7 Jul 1888 Birth place: IndianaResidence date: Residence place: Howard, Indiana.<br />• Source 55 (Residence). Note 58 applies.<br />• Source 56 (Residence). Note 59 applies.<br />Birth date: 1918Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana; Roll: T624_382; Page: 8B; Enumeration District:<br />186; Image: 630 (Residence in 1910). Note 60 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890Birth place: IndianaResidence date: 1910Residence place: Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana.<br />• Source 49 (Death). Note 61 applies.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 314-05-0795; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Death in 1987). Note 62 applies.<br />Birth date: 28 Aug 1918Birth place: Death date: Mar 1987Death place: Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 20 (Death in 1987). Note 63 applies. James Byron Dean<br />Birth date: 8 Feb 1931Birth place: IndianaDeath date: 30 Sep 1955Death place: San Luis Obispo, California.<br />• Source 50 (Death in 1987). Note 64 applies.<br />• Source 19 (Death in 1987). Note 65 applies.<br />John Lavonne Lavon Biddle married Marjorie C Pitts.<br />John Lavonne Lavon Biddle married Betty Biddle.<br />John Lavonne Lavon Biddle married Jenny Biddle.<br />Page 13<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />John Lavonne Lavon Biddle, aged about 23, married Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9, aged about 18, in 1941 in Indiana,<br />USA. They had two children:<br />John Pierre Biddle3 in 1942<br />Carolyn Sue Biddle7 in 1943<br />This family is shown as family tree 2.<br />12. RAYMOND PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 66 applies.<br />13. ROBIE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 67 applies.<br />14. DAVID PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 68 applies.<br />15. DAVID PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 69 applies.<br />16. DAVE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Note: REFN: 360.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 70 applies.<br />17. MARJORIE LOUISE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and<br />Essie Click27, as shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 71 applies.<br />18. DAVID PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 72 applies.<br />19. ROBIE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 73 applies.<br />20. RAYMOND PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 74 applies.<br />21. ROBERT PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born on 7 August 1924 in Scioto, Ohio to Laban<br />Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as shown in family tree 3. Robert resided in United States.<br />Note: REFN: 359.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 62 (Name). Note 75 applies.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 76 applies.<br />• Source 62 (Birth). Note 77 applies.<br />• Source 62 (Residence). Note 78 applies.<br />22. ROBIE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 79 applies.<br />23. RAYMOND PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 80 applies.<br />24. RAYMOND PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 81 applies.<br />25. ROBIE PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Page 14<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 82 applies.<br />26. DAVID PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson) was born to Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Essie Click27, as<br />shown in family tree 3.<br />Citation: Source 47 (Name). Note 83 applies.<br />Generation of Twenty-five-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />27. ESSIE CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 14 May 1891 in Kentucky, USA to<br />Harvey John Click34 and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4. Essie resided in Ohio. In 1900, aged about 9,<br />she resided in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky. In 1900, aged about 9, she resided in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky. In 1910, aged<br />about 19, Essie resided in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 19, she resided in Portsmouth Ward 4,<br />Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 19, she resided in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH. In 1920, aged about 29, Essie resided in<br />Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1920, aged about 29, she resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. Essie died in<br />October 1966, aged 75, in Grant County, Indiana.<br />Note: REFN: 356.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243599122.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243599122.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243599122.<br />• Source 49 (Name). Note 84 applies.<br />• Source 43 (Name, Birth, Death).<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 85 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Name). Note 86 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Name). Note 87 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Name). Note 88 applies.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 89 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Name). Note 90 applies.<br />Birth date: Jul 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1900Residence place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 56 (Name). Note 91 applies.<br />Birth date: 1916Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Ohio.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Name). Note 92 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 309-05-4813; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Name). Note 93 applies.<br />Birth date: 14 May 1891Birth place: Death date: Oct 1966Death place: Marion, Grant, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 39 (Name). Note 94 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Name). Note 95 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 22 (Birth, Death).<br />• Source 49 (Birth). Note 96 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 97 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Birth). Note 98 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Birth). Note 99 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Birth). Note 100 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Birth). Note 101 applies.<br />Birth date: Jul 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1900Residence place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 56 (Birth). Note 102 applies.<br />Birth date: 1916Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Ohio.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Birth). Note 103 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 309-05-4813; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Birth). Note 104 applies.<br />Birth date: 14 May 1891Birth place: Death date: Oct 1966Death place: Marion, Grant, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 39 (Birth). Note 105 applies.<br />Page 15<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Birth). Note 106 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 56 (Residence). Note 107 applies.<br />Birth date: 1916Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Ohio.<br />• Source 4 (Residence in 1900). Note 108 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Residence in 1900). Note 109 applies.<br />Birth date: Jul 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1900Residence place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 8 (Residence in 1910). Note 110 applies.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Residence in 1910). Note 111 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 39 (Residence in 1910). Note 112 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 113 applies.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Residence in 1920). Note 114 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 49 (Death). Note 115 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Death). Note 116 applies.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 309-05-4813; Issue State: Indiana; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Death). Note 117 applies.<br />Birth date: 14 May 1891Birth place: Death date: Oct 1966Death place: Marion, Grant, Indiana, United States of<br />America.<br />28. LABAN THOMAS PITTS (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born on 16 January 1889 in<br />Salt Lick, Lewis County, Kentucky. Laban resided in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States. He resided in Scioto, Ohio.<br />He resided in Scioto, Ohio. Laban resided in Not Stated, Scioto, Ohio. He resided in Not Stated, Scioto, Ohio. He resided<br />in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States. Laban resided in Scioto, Ohio. He resided in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United<br />States. He resided in Scioto, Ohio. In 1900, aged about 11, Laban resided in Washington, Scioto, Ohio. In 1900, aged<br />about 11, he resided in Washington, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 21, he resided in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH. In<br />1910, aged about 21, Laban resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 21, he resided in Scioto,<br />Portsmouth City, OH. In 1910, aged about 21, he resided in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH. In 1910, aged about 21, Laban<br />resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 21, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In<br />1920, aged about 31, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1920, aged about 31, Laban resided in Portsmouth<br />Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1920, aged about 31, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio. In 1930, aged about 41, he<br />resided in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio. In 1930, aged about 41, Laban resided in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio. Laban died on 26<br />September 1972, aged 83, in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, USA.<br />The following information is also recorded for Laban: Social Security Number: 300-36-1573.<br />Note: REFN: 355.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243599121.<br />• Source 39 (Name). Note 118 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 2B; Enumeration<br />District: 146; Image: 91 (Name). Note 119 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Name). Note 120 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1888Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: 1867; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 31;<br />Image: 723.0 (Name). Note 121 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T623_1319; Page: 5A; Enumeration<br />District: 121 (Name). Note 122 applies.<br />Birth date: Jan 1890Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1900Residence place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 300-36-1573; Issue State: Ohio; Issue Date: 1958-1959 (Name). Note 123 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Death date: Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 41, page Certificate: 072904; Volume: 21028 (Name). Note 124 applies.<br />Birth date: 1889Birth place: Death date: 25 Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, OhioResidence date:<br />Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_1148873; Local board: Scioto , Ohio (Name). Note 125 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Scioto County, Ohio; Roll: 1851091; Draft Board: 0 (Name). Note 126 applies.<br />Page 16<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Name). Note 127 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1916Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 128 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Name). Note 129 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Name). Note 130 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Name). Note 131 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 132 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Name). Note 133 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Name). Note 134 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Name). Note 135 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Name). Note 136 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Name). Note 137 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Name). Note 138 applies.<br />• Source 57 (Name). Note 139 applies.<br />• Source 43 (Name, Birth, Death).<br />• Source 7 (Name). Note 140 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Name). Note 141 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Name). Note 142 applies.<br />• Source 49 (Name). Note 143 applies.<br />• Source 22 (Birth, Death, Social Security Number).<br />• Source 49 (Birth). Note 144 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Birth). Note 145 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Birth). Note 146 applies.<br />• Source 7 (Birth). Note 147 applies.<br />• Source 57 (Birth). Note 148 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Birth). Note 149 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Birth). Note 150 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Birth). Note 151 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Birth). Note 152 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Birth). Note 153 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Birth). Note 154 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 155 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Birth). Note 156 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Birth). Note 157 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Birth). Note 158 applies.<br />• Source 39 (Birth). Note 159 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 2B; Enumeration<br />District: 146; Image: 91 (Birth). Note 160 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Birth). Note 161 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1916Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Scioto County, Ohio; Roll: 1851091; Draft Board: 0 (Birth). Note 162 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_1148873; Local board: Scioto , Ohio (Birth). Note 163 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 300-36-1573; Issue State: Ohio; Issue Date: 1958-1959 (Birth). Note 164 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Death date: Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States of<br />America.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Birth). Note 165 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1888Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: 1867; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 31;<br />Image: 723.0 (Birth). Note 166 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T623_1319; Page: 5A; Enumeration<br />District: 121 (Birth). Note 167 applies.<br />Birth date: Jan 1890Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1900Residence place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 41, page Certificate: 072904; Volume: 21028 (Birth). Note 168 applies.<br />Birth date: 1889Birth place: Death date: 25 Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, OhioResidence date:<br />Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States.<br />• Source 40 (Residence). Note 169 applies.<br />• Source 58 (Residence). Note 170 applies.<br />• Source 57 (Residence). Note 171 applies.<br />Page 17<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />• Source 60 (Residence). Note 172 applies.<br />• Source 60 (Residence). Note 173 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Residence). Note 174 applies.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Scioto County, Ohio; Roll: 1851091; Draft Board: 0 (Residence). Note 175<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 41, page Certificate: 072904; Volume: 21028 (Residence). Note 176 applies.<br />Birth date: 1889Birth place: Death date: 25 Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, OhioResidence date:<br />Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_1148873; Local board: Scioto , Ohio (Residence). Note 177 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T623_1319; Page: 5A; Enumeration<br />District: 121 (Residence in 1900). Note 178 applies.<br />Birth date: Jan 1890Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1900Residence place: Washington, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 4 (Residence in 1900). Note 179 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Residence in 1910). Note 180 applies.<br />• Source 7 (Residence in 1910). Note 181 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Residence in 1910). Note 182 applies.<br />• Source 39 (Residence in 1910). Note 183 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 2B; Enumeration<br />District: 146; Image: 91 (Residence in 1910). Note 184 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1889Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 8 (Residence in 1910). Note 185 applies.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Residence in 1920). Note 186 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1888Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 187 applies.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T625_1433; Page: 9B; Enumeration<br />District: 145; Image: 60 (Residence in 1920). Note 188 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1916Birth place: OhioResidence date: 1920Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 13 (Residence in 1930). Note 189 applies.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: 1867; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 31;<br />Image: 723.0 (Residence in 1930). Note 190 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1890Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 49 (Death). Note 191 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Death). Note 192 applies.<br />• Source 40 (Death). Note 193 applies.<br />• Source 50 (Death). Note 194 applies.<br />• Source 41, page Certificate: 072904; Volume: 21028 (Death). Note 195 applies.<br />Birth date: 1889Birth place: Death date: 25 Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, OhioResidence date:<br />Residence place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 300-36-1573; Issue State: Ohio; Issue Date: 1958-1959 (Death). Note 196 applies.<br />Birth date: 16 Jan 1889Birth place: Death date: Sep 1972Death place: Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, United States of<br />America.<br />Laban Thomas Pitts married Essie Click27. They had seventeen children:<br />Roby W Pitts8 in 1916<br />Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 in 1924<br />Raymond Pitts12<br />Robie Pitts13<br />David Pitts14<br />David Pitts15<br />Dave Pitts16<br />Marjorie Louise Pitts17<br />David Pitts18<br />Robie Pitts19<br />Raymond Pitts20<br />Robert Pitts21 in 1924<br />Robie Pitts22<br />Raymond Pitts23<br />Raymond Pitts24<br />Robie Pitts25<br />David Pitts26<br />This family is shown as family tree 3.<br />Page 18<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Laban Thomas Pitts married Essie Pitts. They had seven children:<br />David Pitts in 1912<br />Raymond Pitts in 1914<br />Roby W Pitts8 in 1916<br />Marjorie Louise Pitts in 1924<br />Robie Pitts<br />Dave Pitts<br />Robert Pitts<br />This family is shown as family tree 3.<br />Laban Thomas Pitts, aged 46, married Edna M Lyon, aged 24, on 3 May 1935. They had one son:<br />Thomas L Pitts in 1935<br />This family is shown as family tree 3.<br />29. ELSIE M GLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter) was born in July 1892 in Kentucky, United States<br />to Harvey John Click34 and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4.<br />Citation: Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=244004803.<br />30. LILLY CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter) was born in June 1895 in Kentucky, United States to<br />Harvey John Click34 and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4.<br />Citation: Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=244004806.<br />31. WILLARD CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandchild) was born in 1900 in Kentucky to Harvey John<br />Click34 and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4. In 1920, aged about 20, Willard resided in Gas City,<br />Grant, Indiana. Willard died in March 1981, aged about 80, in Douglas, Cochise, Arizona, United States.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243605386.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243605386.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 197 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 198 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 199 applies.<br />32. ARNOLD CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandson) was born in 1902 in Kentucky to Harvey John Click34<br />and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4. In 1920, aged about 18, he resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Arnold died on 12 September 1990, aged about 88, in Fowlerton, Grant, Indiana, United States.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243603914.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243603914.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 200 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 201 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 202 applies.<br />33. RAYMOND CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandson) was born in 1905 in Ohio to Harvey John Click34 and<br />Mary Elizabeth DeHart35, as shown in family tree 4. In 1920, aged about 15, he resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601675.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601675.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 203 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth). Note 204 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 205 applies.<br />Page 19<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Generation of Twenty-four-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />34. HARVEY JOHN CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-four-times-great-grandson), also recorded as Henry H Click, was born on 15<br />August 1892 to Harry " Harvey" Click36, as shown in family tree 5. Harvey resided in Lee, Kentucky. He resided in Ham,<br />Ohio. He resided in Lee, Kentucky. Harvey resided in Ohio. In 1900, aged about 7, he resided in Oakview, Boyd,<br />Kentucky. In 1900, aged about 7, he resided in Magisterial District 5, Ashland (Excl. Ashland City), Lake View Precinct 17,<br />Boyd, Kentucky. In 1900, aged about 7, Harvey resided in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky. In 1910, aged about 17, he resided in<br />Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 17, he resided in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH. In 1910, aged about<br />17, Harvey resided in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 17, he resided in Martinsburg, Elliott,<br />Kentucky. In 1910, aged about 17, he resided in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 17, Harvey resided<br />in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH. In 1920, aged about 27, he resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana. In 1920, aged about 27, he<br />resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana. In 1920, aged about 27, Harvey resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana. In 1920, aged<br />about 27, he resided in Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky. In 1930, aged about 37, he resided in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky. In<br />1930, aged about 37, Harvey resided in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky. In 1930, aged about 37, he resided in Gas City, Grant,<br />Indiana. In 1930, aged about 37, he resided in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky. In 1930, aged about 37, Harvey resided in<br />Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio. Harvey died in July 1964, aged 71, in Campbell, Kentucky.<br />Notes:<br />• REFN: 685.<br />• Kentucky (Birth).<br />• Kentucky (Birth in 1868).<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601676.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601676.<br />• Source 5 (Name). Note 206 applies.<br />• Source 11 (Name). Note 207 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Name). Note 208 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 209 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Name). Note 210 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Name). Note 211 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Name). Note 212 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Name). Note 213 applies.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 214 applies.<br />• Source 7 (Name, Name: Henry H Click, Birth, Birth in 1868, Residence in 1910, Residence in 1910).<br />• Source 54 (Name, Birth in 1892, Residence).<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky; Roll: 731; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8;<br />Image: 989.0 (Name). Note 215 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1855 Birth place: Kentucky Residence date: 1930 Residence place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Name). Note 216 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1864 Birth place: Kentucky Residence date: 1920 Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Name). Note 217 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868 Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Name). Note 218 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Name). Note 219 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1865 Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Lee County, Kentucky; Roll: 1653499; Draft Board: 0 (Name). Note 220 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_2372333; Local board: Ham , Ohio (Name). Note 221 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1893 Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Ham, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 402-16-0207; Issue State: Kentucky; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Name). Note 222 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Death date: Jul 1964Death place: .<br />• Source 39 (Name). Note 223 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky; Roll: T625_586; Page: 1A; Enumeration<br />District: 114; Image: 83 (Name). Note 224 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 29 (Name). Note 225 applies.<br />Page 20<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Birth date: abt 1894Birth place: Death date: 8 July 1964Death place: Campbell, KentuckyResidence date: Residence<br />place: Ohio.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; Roll: 1853; Page: 13A; Enumeration District:<br />14; Image: 602.0 (Name). Note 226 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.<br />• Source 5 (Birth in 1868). Note 227 applies.<br />• Source 11 (Birth in 1868). Note 228 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Birth in 1868). Note 229 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth in 1868). Note 230 applies.<br />• Source 13 (Birth in 1868). Note 231 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Birth in 1868). Note 232 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Birth in 1868). Note 233 applies.<br />• Source 38 (Birth in 1868). Note 234 applies.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky; Roll: 731; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8;<br />Image: 989.0 (Birth in 1868). Note 235 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1855Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Birth in 1868). Note 236 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1864Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Birth in 1868). Note 237 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Birth in 1868). Note 238 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Birth in 1868). Note 239 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1865Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Lee County, Kentucky; Roll: 1653499; Draft Board: 0 (Birth in 1868). Note 240<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_2372333; Local board: Ham , Ohio (Birth in 1868). Note 241 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Ham, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 402-16-0207; Issue State: Kentucky; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Birth in 1868). Note 242<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Death date: Jul 1964Death place: .<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky; Roll: T625_586; Page: 1A; Enumeration<br />District: 114; Image: 83 (Birth in 1868). Note 243 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 29 (Birth in 1868). Note 244 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1894Birth place: Death date: 8 July 1964Death place: Campbell, KentuckyResidence date: Residence<br />place: Ohio.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; Roll: 1853; Page: 13A; Enumeration District:<br />14; Image: 602.0 (Birth in 1868). Note 245 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.<br />• Source 39 (Birth in 1868). Note 246 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 59, page Roll: WWII_2372333; Local board: Ham , Ohio (Residence). Note 247 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: Residence place: Ham, Ohio.<br />• Source 61, page Registration Location: Lee County, Kentucky; Roll: 1653499; Draft Board: 0 (Residence). Note 248<br />applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Residence date: Residence place: Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 29 (Residence). Note 249 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1894Birth place: Death date: 8 July 1964Death place: Campbell, KentuckyResidence date: Residence<br />place: Ohio.<br />• Source 5 (Residence in 1900). Note 250 applies.<br />• Source 4 (Residence in 1900). Note 251 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Residence in 1900). Note 252 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 38 (Residence in 1910). Note 253 applies.<br />• Source 8 (Residence in 1910). Note 254 applies.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />Page 21<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Residence in 1910). Note 255 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868 Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 39 (Residence in 1910). Note 256 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1868Birth place: Kentucky Residence date: 1910Residence place: Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 257 applies.<br />• Source 11 (Residence in 1920). Note 258 applies.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Residence in 1920). Note 259 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1864Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky; Roll: T625_586; Page: 1A; Enumeration<br />District: 114; Image: 83 (Residence in 1920). Note 260 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1893Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky.<br />• Source 13 (Residence in 1930). Note 261 applies.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky; Roll: 731; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 8;<br />Image: 989.0 (Residence in 1930). Note 262 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1855Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Residence in 1930). Note 263 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1865Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 13 (Residence in 1930). Note 264 applies.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; Roll: 1853; Page: 13A; Enumeration District:<br />14; Image: 602.0 (Residence in 1930). Note 265 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1892Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1930Residence place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.<br />• Source 51, page Number: 402-16-0207; Issue State: Kentucky; Issue Date: Before 1951 (Death). Note 266 applies.<br />Birth date: 15 Aug 1892Birth place: Death date: Jul 1964Death place: .<br />• Source 29 (Death). Note 267 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1894Birth place: Death date: 8 July 1964Death place: Campbell, KentuckyResidence date: Residence<br />place: Ohio.<br />35. MARY ELIZABETH DEHART (ALFONSO's twenty-four-times-great-grandson's wife), also recorded as Mary Click, Mary<br />Click and Jackson Dehart, was born in 1877 to William Paul Dehart and Elizabeth Mary Dehart. In 1880, aged about 3, she<br />resided in Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States. In 1880, aged about 3, she resided in Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky,<br />United States. In 1880, aged about 3, she resided in Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky, United States. In 1900, aged about 23,<br />Mary resided in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky. In 1900, aged about 23, she resided in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky. In 1910,<br />aged about 33, she resided in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1910, aged about 33, Mary resided in Portsmouth Ward<br />4, Scioto, Ohio. In 1920, aged about 43, she resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana. In 1920, aged about 43, she resided in Gas<br />City, Grant, Indiana. In 1920, aged about 43, Mary resided in Gas City, Grant, Indiana. In 1930, aged about 53, she resided<br />in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Notes:<br />• REFN: 507.<br />• Kentucky (Birth).<br />• Kentucky (Birth in 1874).<br />• Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky, USA (Birth in 1877).<br />Citations:<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601677.<br />• Source 16, page Ancestry Family Trees.<br />http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=15300120&pid=243601677.<br />• Source 8 (Name). Note 268 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Name). Note 269 applies.<br />• Source 2 (Name). Note 270 applies.<br />• Source 47 (Name). Note 271 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Name). Note 272 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863 Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky; Roll: T9_412; Family History Film: 1254412;<br />Page: 579.4000; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 0042 (Name). Note 273 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky,<br />United States.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Name). Note 274 applies.<br />Birth date: Nov 1872Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky; Roll: T9_401; Family History Film: 1254401;<br />Page 22<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Page: 13.1000; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 0028 (Name). Note 275 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1872Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United<br />States.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Name). Note 276 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: Residence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Name). Note 277 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Name). Note 278 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874 Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 7 (Name: Mary Click, Birth, Residence in 1910).<br />• Source 11 (Name: Mary Click, Birth in 1874, Residence in 1920).<br />• Source 42 (Name: Jackson Dehart, Birth in 1877).<br />• Source 8 (Birth in 1874). Note 279 applies.<br />• Source 10 (Birth in 1874). Note 280 applies.<br />• Source 2 (Birth in 1874). Note 281 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Birth in 1874). Note 282 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863 Birth place: Kentucky Marriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky; Roll: T9_412; Family History Film: 1254412;<br />Page: 579.4000; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 0042 (Birth in 1874). Note 283 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky,<br />United States.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Birth in 1874). Note 284 applies.<br />Birth date: Nov 1872Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky; Roll: T9_401; Family History Film: 1254401;<br />Page: 13.1000; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 0028 (Birth in 1874). Note 285 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1872Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United<br />States.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Birth in 1874). Note 286 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: Residence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Birth in 1874). Note 287 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Birth in 1874). Note 288 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky; Roll: T9_401; Family History Film: 1254401;<br />Page: 13.1000; Enumeration District: 1; Image: 0028 (Residence in 1880). Note 289 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1872Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United<br />States.<br />• Source 3, page Year: 1880; Census Place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky; Roll: T9_412; Family History Film: 1254412;<br />Page: 579.4000; Enumeration District: 20; Image: 0042 (Residence in 1880). Note 290 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1880Residence place: Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky,<br />United States.<br />• Source 2 (Residence in 1880). Note 291 applies.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Residence in 1900). Note 292 applies.<br />Birth date: Nov 1872Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 6, page Year: 1900; Census Place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky; Roll: T623_509; Page: 2B; Enumeration District:<br />14 (Residence in 1900). Note 293 applies.<br />Birth date: Apr 1863Birth place: KentuckyMarriage date: 1890Marriage place: Residence date: 1900Residence<br />place: Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />• Source 8 (Residence in 1910). Note 294 applies.<br />• Source 9, page Year: 1910; Census Place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio; Roll: T624_1228; Page: 6B; Enumeration<br />District: 153; Image: 377 (Residence in 1910). Note 295 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1910Residence place: Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />• Source 10 (Residence in 1920). Note 296 applies.<br />• Source 12, page Year: 1920; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: T625_434; Page: 11B; Enumeration<br />Page 23<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />District: 73; Image: 403 (Residence in 1920). Note 297 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: KentuckyResidence date: 1920Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />• Source 14, page Year: 1930; Census Place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana; Roll: 589; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 29;<br />Image: 815.0 (Residence in 1930). Note 298 applies.<br />Birth date: abt 1874Birth place: Residence date: 1930Residence place: Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Harvey John Click34, aged about -3, married Mary Elizabeth DeHart, aged about 13, in 1890. They had six children:<br />Essie Click27 in 1891<br />Elsie M Glick29 in 1892<br />Lilly Click30 in 1895<br />Willard Click31 in 1900<br />Arnold Click32 in 1902<br />Raymond Click33 in 1905<br />This family is shown as family tree 4.<br />Generation of Twenty-three-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />36. HARRY " HARVEY" CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson) was born in October 1832 in Floyd,<br />Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Harry became generally known as " Harvey" .<br />Harvey died in 1900, aged about 67, in Limestone, Washington County, Tennessee.<br />Harry fathered one son:<br />Harvey John Click34 in 1892<br />This family is shown as family tree 5.<br />37. WILLIAM HARMON CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson) was born on 6 June 1833 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. William died on 15 April 1887, aged 53, in<br />Wesleyville, Carter County, Kentucky. He was buried in April 1887 in Bethel Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky.<br />Note: From: " Ed Anderson" <br />To:<br />Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2001 4:52 PM<br />Subject: William H. Click<br />Hi Darrell,<br />I have been doing research on the Clicks of Carter County and theBellamy's of Greenup and Boyd county of my wife's<br />lineage. I noticed youhad William H. Click and " Polly" on your list, you may (or may not) beinterested in further<br />information on the couple and their descendants.<br />Best Regards<br />Ed Anderson<br />Descendants of William Harmen Click<br />Generation No. 1<br />1. WILLIAM HARMEN CLICK (DAVID, JOHN CLICK1 SR) was born June 06, 1833,and died April 15, 1887 in<br />Wesleyville, Carter Co., Kentucky. He marriedMARY " POLLY" ELLEN PATTON March 16, 1854 in Beaver Creek,<br />Floyd Co.,Kentucky, daughter of DELILA UNK. She was born January 29, 1839, and diedJuly 22, 1914.<br />Notes for WILLIAM HARMEN CLICK:<br />William H. Click is shown with family in 1880 Carter Co Ky Census his ageis shown as 47 - Farmer<br />Wife Mary Ellen (Patton) Click is shown here using name " Polley" whichseems a common nicknaming practice for<br />Mary, age 41<br />The names of family members include those shown by Charles Rice in 1870Floyd County except that Samuel E is<br />apparently listed as Epperson andIda M. is listed as Margaret.<br />Nancy Jane has married a Boyd and shown living with William and Polleyalong with her two Daughters<br />Rosina 3 years old<br />Delila 8 months old at time of 1880 Census.<br />William H. Click was a Private in Company F of the 39th KentuckyVolunteer Infantry. He enlisted at Louisa,<br />Lawrence Co., KY on 22 May1864 and was discharged at Louisville Kentucky September 15, 1865. He isshown on the<br />1890 special Civil War Veterans census in Carter Co. asbeing deceased.<br />More About WILLIAM HARMEN CLICK:<br />Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Carter Co., Kentucky<br />Notes for MARY ELLEN PATTON:<br />Mary Ellen Patton was married to William H. Click on 16 March 1854 byAndrew Goodman Christian Chruck.<br />Witnesses included: Harvey Click ofLimestone Carter Co (Brother of William H. Click) and<br />his wife, Mary's Uncle John Patton of Limestone Carter Co. (Note.Residences are at time of Widows petition below in<br />1889 not at date ofmarriage in 1854.)<br />Interestingly, this is taken from a Widows Petition that Mary Ellen filedin 1889. So when she mentioned the residence<br />of Harvy Click and JohnPatton, she was probably referring to where they lived in 1889 at time ofpetition, as Harvy is<br />shown residing in Floyd County as late as 1870 longafter Mary's marriage in 1854. Harvy does not appear in 1880<br />Floyd CoCensus so may have moved to Carter County by that time. However, unableto locate him in the 1880 Carter<br />County Census although, William H. Clickalong with Mary " Polly" is shown in Carter County in 1880.<br />More About MARY ELLEN PATTON:<br />Page 24<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky<br />Children of WILLIAM CLICK and MARY PATTON are:<br />i. DAVID W CLICK, b. May 09, 1855.<br />ii. ROSANNAH CLICK, b. 1858.<br />iii. DELILAH CLICK, b. 1861.<br />iv. NANCY ELIZABETH CLICK, b. 1863.<br />v. FLORA CLICK, b. 1866.<br />vi. JOHN P CLICK, b. 1869.<br />vii. SAMUEL E CLICK, b. November 26, 1872.<br />Notes for SAMUEL E CLICK:<br />Note Epperson may have been Samuel's middle name. No Samuel is shown in1880 Carter Co Census but Epperson is.<br />viii. IDA M CLICK, b. August 01, 1875.<br />Notes for IDA M CLICK:<br />Margaret may have been Ida's middle name. No Ida is listed in 1880 Carter<br />Co Ky Census of Family, but an Margaret is listed.<br />2. ix. NANCY JANE CLICK, b. 1859, Morgan County, KY.<br />Ed Anderson<br />Matthews, NC<br />RV-6A N494BW<br />eanderson@carolina.rr.com<br />He was a private in Co. F, 39th Kentucky Vol. Infantry. He participatedin a march from Lexington, Kentucky to Kings<br />Salt Works, Virginia inwhich he developed neuralgia, kidney disease and rheumatism and wastreated in a hospital in<br />Lexington, Kentucky in 1865. Census 1870 atFloyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page William Harmon Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />38. MARGARET ROHESSIE CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 11 October 1836 in<br />Floyd County, Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Margaret died on 10 August<br />1910, aged 73, in Floyd County, Kentucky. She was buried in August 1910 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson<br />Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Note: Margaret (Click) Ratliff was living with Emory W. Ratliff and family inthe 1910 census of Floyd Co., KY.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret Rohessie Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />39. ELIZABETH JANE CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1838 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Jane Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />40. SUSANNAH " SUSIE" CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1841 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Susannah became generally known as<br />" Susie" . Susie died in 1870, aged about 29. She was buried in 1870 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson<br />Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Susannah " Susie" Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />41. SARAH CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1843 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Sarah died on 14 May 1878, aged about 34, in Floyd<br />County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Sarah Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />42. JOHN P. CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson) was born in 1846 in Floyd County, Kentucky to David<br />A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6.<br />Note: In the 1870 census, John is listed as age 24, living in the home of hisfather.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page John P. Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />43. SAMUEL CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson) was born on 14 February 1849 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Samuel died on 14 February 1931, aged 82, in<br />Floyd County, Kentucky. He was buried in February 1931 in Click Cemetery, Webb Branch, Wayland, Floyd County,<br />Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Samuel Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 25<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />44. AMANDA CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1851 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6. Amanda died in 1885, aged about 34.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Amanda Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />45. CATHARINE CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1853 to David A. Click47 and<br />Nancy Patton46, as shown in family tree 6.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Catharine Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Twenty-two-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />46. NANCY PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1809 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Nancy died in 1890, aged about 81,<br />in Floyd County, Kentucky. She was buried in 1890 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd<br />County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page Nancy Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />47. DAVID A. CLICK (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1808 in Rockingham<br />County, Virginia to John Click and Susan Drake. David died in 1898, aged about 90, in Maytown, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />He was buried in 1898 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 26 on 11 April 2010, page David A. Click. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />David A. Click, aged about 22, married Nancy Patton46, aged about 21, on 16 August 1830 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky. They had ten children:<br />Harry " Harvey" Click36 in 1832<br />William Harmon Click37 in 1833<br />Margaret Rohessie Click38 in 1836<br />Elizabeth Jane Click39 in 1838<br />Susannah " Susie" Click40 in 1841<br />Sarah Click41 in 1843<br />John P. Click42 in 1846<br />Samuel Click43 in 1849<br />Amanda Click44 in 1851<br />Catharine Click45 in 1853<br />This family is shown as family tree 6.<br />48. FRAZIER PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born in 1812 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Frazier died on 14 June 1875, aged<br />about 62.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Frazier Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />49. WILLIAM PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born in 1815 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. William died in 1857, aged about<br />42, in Floyd Co., KY.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page William Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />50. ALLEN PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born in 1818 in Floyd County, Kentucky to Samuel<br />Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Allen died on 28 August 1878, aged about<br />60, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Note: Covers the Keister-Foster, Roseberry-Sutton and Howell-Burnop and manyother related families. These families have<br />been in Southwest Virginiafor over 250 years primarily in Pulaski, Montgomery, Floyd and Carrollcounties.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Allen Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />51. MARGARET PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1821 in Floyd County, Kentucky<br />to Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Margaret died in 1880, aged<br />about 59.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />52. GEORGE W. PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born on 28 February 1822 in Floyd County,<br />Page 26<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Kentucky to Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. George died on 24<br />February 1907, aged 84, in Elliottsville, Breathitt County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page George W. Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />53. KELSIE PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1833 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Kelsie Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />54. SAMUEL ALLEN PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born on 10 March 1834 to Samuel Allen<br />Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Samuel died on 4 May 1913, aged 79.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Samuel Allen Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />55. JAMES P. PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born in 1836 in Floyd County, Kentucky to<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. James died in 1887, aged about 51.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page James P. Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />56. HENRY C. PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson) was born on 8 March 1839 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62, as shown in family tree 7. Henry died on 28<br />October 1912, aged 73.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Henry C. Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Twenty-one-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />57. JANE PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1778 to James Henry Patton65 and<br />Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Jane Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />58. HENRY PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson) was born in 1780 in Virginia to James Henry Patton65<br />and Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8. Henry died on 10 August 1866, aged about 86, in Martin, Floyd County,<br />Kentucky. He was buried in August 1866 in Allen Cemetery, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Note: Headstone says born Oct. 22 in VA<br />buried in Allen Cemetery<br />1810 census Floyd Co., Kentucky<br />Henry Patton<br />1 male 0-10 3 female 0-10<br />1 male 25-45 1 female 25-45 his 1st wife as Rachel B:1799<br />1820 census Floyd Co., Kentucky<br />Henry Patton<br />1 male 1-10 3 female 0-10<br />1 male 10-15 2 female 10-15<br />1 male 15-18<br />1 female 16-26 Rachel would have been 21<br />1 male 25-45<br />1840 census Floyd Co., Kentucky<br />Henry Patton<br />1 male 0-5 1 female 0-5<br />1 female 5-10<br />2 male 10-15 1 female 10-15<br />1 female 15-20<br />1 female 20-30<br />1 female 30-40<br />1 male 50-60<br />1850 census Floyd Co.,Kentucky Shepard P.O.<br />Henry Patton age 70 farmer born Virginia<br />Rachel Patton age 50 born Virginia<br />John Patton age 13 born Kentucky<br />Isabel Patton age 11 born Ky.<br />Samuel Patton age 8 born Ky.<br />1860 census Floyd Co., Kentucky @244 Shepard P.O.<br />Henry Patton age 85 born Va.<br />Page 27<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Rachel Patton age 62 born Va.<br />Samuel Patton age 18 born Ky.<br />John Patton age 21 born Ky.<br />Polly McGee age 11 born Ky. (daught. of Nancy Sally (Patton) McGee<br />Henry's g/daught.)<br />Catherine McGee age 6 born Ky.<br />David Mc Gee age 1<br />1870 census Floyd Co. Kentucky #78-74<br />Sally McKey age 44 born Ky.<br />Catherine Mckey age 16 born Ky.<br />David McKey age 11 born Ky.<br />Rachel Patton age 71 born Virginia<br />1880 census Floyd Co., Kentucky<br />Rachel Patton age 83 Born Va. F: Va. M. Va (NOT SURE THIS IS OUR RACHEL?)<br />living with Elizabeth Ratliff age 37.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Henry Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />59. WILLIAM PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson) was born in 1783 to James Henry Patton65 and<br />Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page William Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />60. CYNTHIA PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1785 in Virginia to James Henry<br />Patton65 and Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8. Cynthia died in 1850, aged about 65, in Floyd Co., Ky.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Cynthia Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />61. SAMUEL ALLEN PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson) was born in 1788 in Montgomery (now<br />Wythe) County, Virginia to James Henry Patton65 and Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8. Samuel died in 1869,<br />aged about 81.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Samuel Allen Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />62. ELIZABETH COLLINGSWORTH ALLEN (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1794 in<br />Patrick County, Virginia. Elizabeth died on 17 January 1874, aged about 79, in Near Hueysville, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Samuel Allen Patton61, aged about 21, married Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen, aged about 15, on 12 April 1810 in<br />Floyd Co., KY. They had ten children:<br />Nancy Patton46 in 1809<br />Frazier Patton48 in 1812<br />William Patton49 in 1815<br />Allen Patton50 in 1818<br />Margaret Patton51 in 1821<br />George W. Patton52 in 1822<br />Kelsie Patton53 in 1833<br />Samuel Allen Patton54 in 1834<br />James P. Patton55 in 1836<br />Henry C. Patton56 in 1839<br />This family is shown as family tree 7.<br />63. DORCAS PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 18 October 1790 in Augusta (now<br />Rockingham) County, Virginia to James Henry Patton65 and Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8. Dorcas died on<br />9 June 1872, aged 81, in Robinson Creek, Pike County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Dorcas Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />64. FLORENCE PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 28 August 1800 in Floyd County,<br />Kentucky to James Henry Patton65 and Florence Graham66, as shown in family tree 8. Florence died on 4 February 1890,<br />aged 89, in Floyd County, Kentucky. She was buried in February 1890 in Stephens Cemetery, Stephens Branch, near<br />Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Florence Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 28<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Generation of Twenty-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />65. JAMES HENRY PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson) was born in 1750 in On the James River, Augusta<br />County, Virginia to John Patton69 and Mary Anderson70, as shown in family tree 9. James died in 1818, aged about 68, in<br />Interstate, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page James Henry Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />66. FLORENCE GRAHAM (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1762 in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Florence died in 1840, aged about 78, in Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky. She was buried in Allen Cemetery.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Florence Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James Henry Patton65 married Florence Graham. They had seven children:<br />Jane Patton57 in 1778<br />Henry Patton58 in 1780<br />William Patton59 in 1783<br />Cynthia Patton60 in 1785<br />Samuel Allen Patton61 in 1788<br />Dorcas Patton63 in 1790<br />Florence Patton64 in 1800<br />This family is shown as family tree 8.<br />67. MATTHEW PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson) was born in May 1750 in Augusta County, Virginia to<br />John Patton69 and Janet Martha Steele71, as shown in family tree 10.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Matthew Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />68. WILLIAM PATTON (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson) was born in 1754 to John Patton69 and Janet Martha<br />Steele71, as shown in family tree 10. William died in 1816, aged about 62.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page William Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Nineteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />69. JOHN PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1728 in Ireland to John Patton87 and Mary Sarah<br />Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11. John died in 1813, aged about 85, in Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky. He was<br />buried in Allen Cemetery.<br />(John married twice. He was married to Mary Anderson70 and Janet Martha Steele71.)<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page John Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />70. MARY ANDERSON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1728 in Augusta co Va. Mary died<br />in 1780, aged about 52.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Mary Anderson. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Patton69 married Mary Anderson. They had one son:<br />James Henry Patton65 in 1750<br />This family is shown as family tree 9.<br />71. JANET MARTHA STEELE (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1730.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Janet Martha Steele. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Patton69, aged about 24, married Janet Martha Steele, aged about 22, on 23 March 1753 in Augusta, Virginia.<br />They had two children:<br />Matthew Patton67 in 1750<br />William Patton68 in 1754<br />This family is shown as family tree 10.<br />72. MATTHEW PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1730 in Augusta County, Virginia to John<br />Patton87 and Mary Sarah Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11. Matthew died in April 1805, aged about 74, in Wilkes<br />County, Georgia.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Matthew Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />73. SAMUEL PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1732 in Ireland to John Patton87 and Mary<br />Sarah Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11. Samuel died on 5 September 1756, aged about 24, in Virginia.<br />Page 29<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Samuel Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />74. LYDIA PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1734 in Octoraro Creek, Lancaster,<br />Pennsylvania to John Patton87 and Mary Sarah Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11. Lydia died on 29 May 1800, aged<br />about 65, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Lydia Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />75. BENJAMIN PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1734 to John Patton87 and Mary Sarah<br />Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Benjamin Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />76. ALEXANDER PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1734 to John Patton87 and Mary Sarah<br />Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />77. ANDREW PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1740 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to<br />John Patton87 and Mary Sarah Rogers88, as shown in family tree 11.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Andrew Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />78. ISABELLA PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1755 in Augusta County (now<br />Rockingham County), Virginia to John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89, as shown in family tree 12.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Isabella Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />79. AGNES PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1756 in Augusta County (now<br />Rockingham County), Virginia to John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89, as shown in family tree 12. Agnes died in 1843,<br />aged about 87, in Giles County, Virginia.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Agnes Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />80. MR. PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born to John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89, as shown in<br />family tree 12.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page [Private] Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />81. MS. PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born to John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89, as<br />shown in family tree 12.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page [Private] Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />82. MR. PATTON (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson) was born to John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89, as shown in<br />family tree 12.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page [Private] Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Eighteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />83. RICHARD PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1685 in Ciaggo, Donegal, Scotland to<br />Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Richard died in 1751, aged about 66, in Raphoe,<br />Donegal, Ireland.<br />Note: Came to U.S. on the Ship Crawford, to Philadelphia, PA - signed name.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Richard Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />84. ROBERT PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1685 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron<br />Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Robert died in June 1755, aged about 69.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Robert Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 30<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />85. THOMAS PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1686 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron<br />Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. In 1773, aged about 87, he was a Constable. Thomas died in 1774, aged about 88, in<br />Montogomery, Va.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Thomas Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />86. WILLIAM PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1688 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now<br />Londonderry), Ireland to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. William died on 9 May<br />1742, aged about 53, in Agusta, Va.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page William Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />87. JOHN PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1689 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now<br />Londonderry), Ireland to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. In 1730, aged about 41,<br />he immigrated. John died in 1757, aged about 68, in Agusta Co, Va.<br />(John married twice. He was married to Mary Sarah Rogers88 and Agnes Snodgrass89.)<br />Note: IMMIGRATION: From Ireland to America with brother Col. James Patton andsister Elizabeth. The forced exile of<br />John Lewis, Henry Patton'sbrother-in-law, was probably major reason for Patton immigration toAmerica.<br />OCCUPATION: First Sheriff of Augusta County, Virginia ABT 1745<br />John Patton immigrated from Ireland in the early 1730's and later movedto Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, which<br />later became Pendleton County,West Virginia. He was probably induced to come to America by his uncle,John Lewis,<br />who came to Philadelphia in 1729. He met up with his uncle inPhiladelphia and later moved to Lancaster County,<br />Pennsylvania where hepurchased two parcels of land, the first purchase being made on March 23,1736 and consisted<br />of 200 acres. He acquired 200 additional acres inApril, 1744. William, James, Robert and Hugh also had land here.<br />Johnlater moved to Augusta County, Virginia, finally settling in that part ofthe county which later became Pendleton<br />County, West Virginia. Hepurchased several tracts of land there known as " The Buffalo Meadows" ,near the present<br />town of Franklin where he erected his house on the banksof the south fork of the south branch of the Potomac River.<br />There hebuilt the first mill in that part of the country. Fort Seybert was latererected on the hill 100 yards above this<br />site. The land is described as" sictuate, lying and being on the southernmmost ford of the south branchof the<br />Pottowmack, in August Co., VA, being part of a tract of landcontaining 2643 acres granted to the said Robert Green<br />by Patents bearingthe date of the 11th day of January MDCCLVI (1756) of this tractdescribed, the following<br />purchases were recorded as being made by JohnPatton Sr. On 21 May 1755 John Patton Jr. sold his 210 acres to<br />JacobSeytbert of Fredrickstown, MD. On 22 May 1755 John Patton Sr. sold his453 acres to John Dunckle. In 1758<br />Matthew Patton was the only one whoowned land of the original purchase.<br />" Corners of Ancestry" quoted by W. S. Muir in " The Kentucky Register" ,Vol. 42, p 233, states that " John Patton, his<br />brother Col. James Pattonand his sister Elizabeth (Patton) Preston were all married and came toAmerica from<br />Ireland. In his will he names wife Agnes, children William,James, Margaret, Isabel and Agnes. He stated his older<br />children arealready portioned off. Witnesses were William McClung, John Stevenson andMatthew Lyle. On March 10,<br />1757 Agnes Patton, Matthew Lyle and AlexanderMiller gave bond of three hundred pounds as executrix of John<br />Patton.<br />Researcher: Carol M. Ulrey, 4614 47th St., San Diego, CA 92115.<br />Phone 619-281-865-. Fax 619-282-8407.<br />Researcher: Beverly Long, 1741 Tustin, #17A, Costa Mesa, CA 91627<br />John Patton was married to Agnes Snodgrass, daughter of John Snodgrass,about 1740/41. They had the following<br />children: Isabel Patton, born in1755 in Augusta, VA. Agnes Patton was born in 1756 in Augusta, VA.<br />He was married to Sarah Rogers about 1725 in Ireland. Sarah Rogers diedbefore 1754 in Augusta, VA. John Patton<br />and Sarah Rogers had thefollowing children: Capt. John Patton Jr., Matthew Patton, Samuel Patton,Benjamin Patton,<br />born about 1734 in Ireland. He died in 1802 in Concord,NC. James Patton, surveyor; Lydia Patton, William Patton,<br />MargaretPatton, born about 1743 in Augusta, VA.<br />[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 27, Ed. 1, Tree #2183, Date of Import: Aug 12, 2000]<br />John's will states he had 8 kids by first wife and 2 daughters by hissecond wife. [Brøderbund WFT Vol. 24, Ed. 1, Tree<br />#0881, Date of Import:Sep 6, 2000]<br />Will: County of Augusta and Colony of Virginia<br />January 2, 1756<br />Will<br />of<br />JOHN PATTON<br />Will: IN the Name of God Amen January the second Day in the year of ourLord One thousand seven hundred and fifty<br />six I John Patton of the Countyof Augusta and Collony of Virginia being Sick and Weak in Body but ofPerfect Mind &<br />Memory thanks be given unto God therefore calling ___ Mindthe Mortallity of my Body and knowing that is appointed<br />for all men onlyto Die do Make and Ordain my Last Will and Testament. First of all IRecommend my Soul into the<br />Hands of God who gave it In hopes of Salvationthrough the _______ of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour and my<br />Body Irecommend to the Earth to be Buried in a Christian like and Decent Mannerat the will of my Executors not<br />Doubting by I shall Receive the sameagain by the Mighty Powers of God and ________ My Worldly Estate I Devise&<br />Dispose of the same in the following Manner and Form (VIZ) First Iorder all my Just Debts and funeral charges to be<br />paid out of my saidEstate & the remainder thereof to be divided as followeth IMPRIMUS I giveand Bequeath to<br />Page 31<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Agness my Dearly beloved wife the use of the Plantationwhereon I now Dwell with all the appurtenances there to<br />belonging Duringher Widowhood Provided that no Waste be made thereon, I do also Bequeathto her one Large Bay<br />Mare with a white Face and I do put into her Handsall my Moveable Estate / Except what is hereafter named / In<br />Order tohave my five Children / to Wit / William, James, Margaret, Isabell &Agness Educated and Supported until<br />they come to age; and when any of mys[ai]d children come to age each child is to have an equal share of<br />theRemainder of my Estate Deducting One Third of the Whole for the use of mywife, and if she intermarry before that<br />time I order that my otherExecutors lay her off her s[ai]d Third of my Estate & the Remainder toDivided equally<br />amongst my s[ai]d five children. ITEM I give and Bequeathto s[ai]d William and James my Beloved sons Two<br />Hundred Acres of Land onwhich I now Dwell in Fee Simple with all the appurtenances thereuntoBelonging to be<br />Divided between in Quantity & Quality by two or moreHonest Men And to Enter Into Possession of the same as they<br />arrive at theAge of twenty-one years so as not to Disspossess their Mother or abridgeher of the Propertys have given<br />her in s[ai]d Land without her consent IDo also Bequeath to my son William a white faced Stallion Colt and I giveto<br />my son James the Fole [sic] which the Blazed Mare is now with.<br />ITEM I give and Bequeath to each of my above s[ai]d three Daughters amare now Running at the South Branch of<br />Potomackas my Elder Children arealready Portioned off. They are not by this Will Intitled to any Part ofwhat I now<br />Possess I therefore order that none but such as named abovenamed are to have any share of my Estate I do appoint<br />my Wife Executrix &Alexander Miller & John Wardlaw Executors of this my last WillandTestament I DO hereby<br />Revoke Disanul & Make void all other WillsTestaments or Legaciesby one made & do Publish Pronounce & Declare<br />thistobe my Last Will & Testament IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto set myhand & seal the Day and year first<br />above Written<br />Will: IN PRESENCE Of his<br />Wm McClung John J Patton ( seal )<br />John Stevenson mark<br />Mathew Lyle<br />Will: At a Court held for Augusta County March the 16, 1757 This LastWill & Testament of John Patton was proved<br />by the oaths of the Witnessesthereto Subscribed & Admitted to Record, And on the Motion of AgnessPatton the<br />Executrix Mentioned in the s[ai]d Will / Alexr Miller one ofthe Executors having Refused to take on him the burden of<br />the Executionof the s[ai]d will / Certificate is granted her for obtaining a Probatthereof in Due form then having<br />taken The oath of an Ex----- & withMathew Lyle & Alexander Miller her Securities entered into Bond accordingto<br />law.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page John Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />88. MARY SARAH ROGERS (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1695 in Newtown-Donegal,<br />Timivady County, Near Londonderry, Ireland. Mary died in 1754, aged about 59, in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Mary Sarah Rogers. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Patton87 married Mary Sarah Rogers. They had seven children:<br />John Patton69 in 1728<br />Matthew Patton72 in 1730<br />Samuel Patton73 in 1732<br />Lydia Patton74 in 1734<br />Benjamin Patton75 in 1734<br />Alexander Patton76 in 1734<br />Andrew Patton77 in 1740<br />This family is shown as family tree 11.<br />89. AGNES SNODGRASS (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1715.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Agnes Snodgrass. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Patton87, aged about 64, married Agnes Snodgrass, aged about 38, on 23 March 1754 in Rockbridge County,<br />Virginia. They had five children:<br />Isabella Patton78 in 1755<br />Agnes Patton79 in 1756<br />Mr. Patton80<br />Ms. Patton81<br />Mr. Patton82<br />This family is shown as family tree 12.<br />90. ANDREW PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1689 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah<br />Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Andrew died in 1747, aged about 58.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Andrew Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />91. JAMES PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born on 8 July 1692 in Newton-Limavady, Limavady,<br />Londonderry, Ireland to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. In 1730, aged about 37, he<br />immigrated. James died on 30 July 1755, aged 63, in Va.<br />Page 32<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page James Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />92. DAVID PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1695 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron<br />Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page David Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />93. CHARLES PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1695 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah<br />Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Charles Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />94. BENJAMIN PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1695 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah<br />Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Benjamin Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />95. MATHEW PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1695 in Scotland to Henry Patton100 and<br />Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Mathew died in 1751, aged about 56, in Ireland.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Mathew Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />96. ELIZABETH PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 25 December 1700 to Henry<br />Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. In 1730, aged about 29, she immigrated. Elizabeth died<br />on 25 December 1776, aged 76.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />97. HENRY PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1705 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron<br />Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Henry died in 1824, aged about 119, in Taswell, Va.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Henry Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />98. HUGH PATTON (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1710 to Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron<br />Lynn99, as shown in family tree 13. Hugh died in 1778, aged about 68, in Washington Pa.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Hugh Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Seventeen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />99. SARAH CAMERON LYNN (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1664 in Kilmacrenan,<br />Scotland to David Lynn103 and Margaret Patton104, as shown in family tree 14. Sarah died in 1757, aged about 93, in<br />Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry), Ulster, Ireland.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Sarah Cameron Lynn. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />100. HENRY PATTON (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1660 in Groghan County,<br />Donegal, Ireland. Henry died in 1743, aged about 83, in Dublin, Ireland.<br />Note: Henry Patton and three brothers were in the army of William of Orange andparticipated in the defense of<br />Londonderry from April to August 1689. Hewas present at the Battle of the Boyne, July 1st, 1690. Henry and<br />familyleft Scotland during the reign of James the Second of England. He settledin the Province of Ulster in the north<br />of Ireland near the Town ofNewtonlimavady in the County of Derry (now Londonderry).<br />From " James Patton and the Appalachian Colonists" , Anne Rhea Bruce:Henry and Sarah lived in the Manor of<br />Springfield, Parish ofClondevaddock, Barony of Kilmacrenan, County Donegal. Mary Preston Gray,in her book " The<br />Family Tree" states this Henry was a ship builder,operating merchant ships.<br />From " A Chronicle of the American Lineage of the Pattons" by C. L.Patton, Springfield, Illinois, 1954, pp 10-11: The<br />earliest authenticrecord of the Patton family is of one Henry Patton, who was born in theLowlands of Scotland near<br />the town of Dundee. He was married to SarahLynn, daughter of the Laird of Loch Lynn, Scotland. There were<br />severalchildren born to this marriage, the names of three being known: John,James and Elizabeth. There were three<br />other daughters and several sons,one of whom was presumably William. Probably others of this union wereMatthew,<br />Thomas, Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh.<br />Henry and his family left Scotland during the reign of James the Secondof England. He settled in the Provinde of<br />Ulster in the north of Ireland,near the town of Newton-Limavady, in the County of Derry (nowLondonderry). There<br />John, James and Elizabeth were born.<br />All of these Pattons were in Pennsylvania at the same time and all ownedland in Lancaster County. Their names all<br />Page 33<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />appear in Augusta County,Virginia records at a later time. They were all property owners inAugusta and resided in<br />the same vicinity.<br />There has been a tradition in the Patton family, handed down fromgeneration to generation, that one of the Patton<br />ancestors was the fatherof " eleven sons, all over six feet in height." Henry was probably theancestor referred to in this<br />legend.<br />It is not known if Henry migrated to America, but there is definiteevidence that John, James and Elizabeth took up<br />their residence inAugusta County, Virginia. In the Pennsylvania archives the names ofWilliam, Matthew, Thomas,<br />Robert, Henry, David, Benjamin and Hugh allappear as purchasers of parcels of land in Lancaster<br />County,Pennsylvania, as follows:<br />William Patton - 200 acres, July 23, 1735;<br />Matthew Patton - 200 acres, October 29, 1735;<br />Thomas Patton - 100 acres, October 13, 1739;<br />Robert Patton - 200 acres, June 3, 1741;<br />Henry Patton - no date;<br />David Patton - no date;<br />Benjamin Patton - no date;<br />Hugh Patton - no date.<br />The records of all of these purchases are found in the same volume of theArchives and extend over a period from 1735<br />to 1744. All of theseholdings were in Lancaster County. The names of all these Pattons arefound at a later date in the<br />records of Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Citation: Source 27 on 11 April 2010, page Henry Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Henry Patton, aged about 27, married Sarah Cameron Lynn99, aged about 23, in 1687 in Limavady, Derry, Ireland.<br />They had fourteen children:<br />Richard Patton83 in 1685<br />Robert Patton84 in 1685<br />Thomas Patton85 in 1686<br />William Patton86 in 1688<br />John Patton87 in 1689<br />Andrew Patton90 in 1689<br />James Patton91 in 1692<br />David Patton92 in 1695<br />Charles Patton93 in 1695<br />Benjamin Patton94 in 1695<br />Mathew Patton95 in 1695<br />Elizabeth Patton96 in 1700<br />Henry Patton97 in 1705<br />Hugh Patton98 in 1710<br />This family is shown as family tree 13.<br />101. WILLIAM LYNN (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1672 to David Lynn103 and Margaret<br />Patton104, as shown in family tree 14. William died in 1727, aged about 55.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page William Lynn. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />102. MARGARET LYNN (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1690 in Ireland to David Lynn103 and<br />Margaret Patton104, as shown in family tree 14. Margaret died in 1773, aged about 83, in Augusta, Va.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret Lynn. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Sixteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />103. DAVID LYNN (ALFONSO's sixteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1635 to Andrew Lynn106 and Ann Miss Margaret<br />Blair105, as shown in family tree 15. David died in 1727, aged about 92.<br />Citation: Source 23 on 11 April 2010, page David Lynn. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />104. MARGARET PATTON (ALFONSO's sixteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1655. Margaret died in 1727, aged<br />about 72.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret Patton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />David Lynn103 married Margaret Patton. They had three children:<br />Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in 1664<br />William Lynn101 in 1672<br />Margaret Lynn102 in 1690<br />This family is shown as family tree 14.<br />Page 34<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Generation of Fifteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />105. ANN MISS MARGARET BLAIR (ALFONSO's fifteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1610 in Auldmuir, Blair,<br />Ayrshire, Scotland to Gavin Blair115 and Isabel Crawfurd116, as shown in family tree 16. Ann died in 1660, aged about 50,<br />in Loch Lynn, Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Ann Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />• Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Miss Ann Margaret Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />106. ANDREW LYNN (ALFONSO's fifteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1605. Andrew died in 1643,<br />aged about 38.<br />Citation: Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Andrew Lynn. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Andrew Lynn married Ann Miss Margaret Blair105. They had one son:<br />David Lynn103 in 1635<br />This family is shown as family tree 15.<br />Generation of Fourteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />107. DAVID HAMILTON (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1546 to John Hamilton118 and Grisel<br />Semple117, as shown in family tree 17.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page David Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />108. BRYCE BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1565 in Blair, Ayr, Scotland to Alexander<br />Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18. Bryce died on 4 February 1639, aged about 73.<br />Note: Notes from Sally Walmsley <Geniedash@bigpond.com>:<br />In addition to Margaret [5865], also had sons Sir Bryce [d 1639] and John [who inherited from his nephew, ca 1646,<br />and d 1662, succeeded by son William] and four other daus:<br />Isabell, m 1619 James Chalmers of Gadgirth; Anne, m 1633 Robert Boyd of Pitcon;<br />Janet, m 1636 Ninian Stewart of Ascog [see Burke's Commoners II 535]; Agnes, m 1640 William Shaw, provost of<br />Newton.<br />Bryce Blair of that Ilk was retoured heir to his father in the whole lands and barony of Blair on 10th April 1610. By<br />then, he was married to Annabell Wallace, of the Craigie family, whose arms were impaled with those of Blair over<br />the main door of the house of Blair, dated 1617 (the house is a mile and a half south east of Dalry). They had at least<br />two sons, and five daughters:-<br />Sir Bryce Blair<br />John Blair VIII<br />Margaret Blair<br />Issabell Blair<br />Anne Blair was married in in 1633 to Robert Boyd of Pitcon, to continue our line<br />Janet Blair<br />Agnes Blair.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page Bryce Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />109. BRYCE JOHN BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1565 in Blair, Ayr, Scotland to Alexander<br />Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18. Bryce died on 4 February 1639, aged about 73.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Bryce John Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />110. ROBERT BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1566 in Scotland to Alexander Blair120 and<br />Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Robert Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />111. JAMES BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1570 in Scotland to Alexander Blair120 and Grisel<br />Semple117, as shown in family tree 18.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page James Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 35<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />112. ALEXANDER BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1572 in Paisley, Ochiltree, Scotland to<br />Alexander Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18.<br />Citation: Source 17 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />113. ALEXANDER BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1572 in <Paisley>, <Ochiltree>, Scotland<br />to Alexander Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />114. MARGARET BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1574 in Glengarnock, Ayrshire,<br />Scotland to Alexander Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />115. GAVIN BLAIR (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1578 in Blair, Ayrshire, Scottland to Alexander<br />Blair120 and Grisel Semple117, as shown in family tree 18. Gavin died in Blair, Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Gavin Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />• Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Gavin Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />116. ISABEL CRAWFURD (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1585 in Kilbirnie, Scotland. Isabel<br />died in Scotland.<br />Citations:<br />• Source 35 on 11 April 2010, page Isabel Crawfurd. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />• Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Isabel Crawfurd. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Gavin Blair115 married Isabel Crawfurd. They had one daughter:<br />Ann Miss Margaret Blair105 in 1610<br />This family is shown as family tree 16.<br />Generation of Thirteen-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />117. GRISEL SEMPLE (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1522 in Semphill, Renfrewshire, Scotland<br />to Robert Semple124 and Isabel Hamilton123, as shown in family tree 19. Grisel died in 1609, aged about 87, in Of Ayrshire,<br />Scotland.<br />(Grisel married three times. She was married to John Hamilton118, James Hamilton119 and Alexander Blair120.)<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Grisel Semple. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />118. JOHN HAMILTON (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1525.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page John Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Hamilton, aged about 20, married Grisel Semple117, aged about 23, in 1545. They had one son:<br />David Hamilton107 in 1546<br />This family is shown as family tree 17.<br />119. JAMES HAMILTON (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1520 in stonehouse. James<br />died in 1548, aged about 28, in Killed.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page James Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James Hamilton, aged about 25, married Grisel Semple117, aged about 23, in 1545.<br />120. ALEXANDER BLAIR (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1547 in Blair, Ayrshire,<br />Scottland. Alexander died in 1609, aged about 62, in Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 15 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Blair. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Alexander Blair, aged about 18, married Grisel Semple117, aged about 43, in 1565 in Ayrshire, Scotland. They had<br />eight children:<br />Page 36<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Bryce Blair108 in 1565<br />Bryce John Blair109 in 1565<br />Robert Blair110 in 1566<br />James Blair111 in 1570<br />Alexander Blair112 in 1572<br />Alexander Blair113 in 1572<br />Margaret Blair114 in 1574<br />Gavin Blair115 in 1578<br />This family is shown as family tree 18.<br />121. ROBERT SEMPLE (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-grandson) was born in 1530 in Semphill, Renfrew, Scotland to<br />Robert Semple124 and Isabel Hamilton123, as shown in family tree 19. Robert died in 1568, aged about 38.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page Robert Semple. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Twelve-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />122. JOHN HAMILTON (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson) was born in 1504 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland to<br />Alexander Hamilton128 and Marion Cunningham129, as shown in family tree 20. John died on 12 December 1548, aged<br />about 44, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page John Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />123. ISABEL HAMILTON (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1505 in Scotland to Alexander<br />Hamilton128 and Marion Cunningham129, as shown in family tree 20.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page Isabel Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />124. ROBERT SEMPLE (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1505 in Eliotston, Renfrew,<br />Scotland. Robert died in 1573, aged about 68, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 52 on 11 April 2010, page Robert Semple. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Robert Semple married Isabel Hamilton123. They had two children:<br />Grisel Semple117 in 1522<br />Robert Semple121 in 1530<br />This family is shown as family tree 19.<br />125. WILLIAM HAMILTON (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson) was born in 1506 in Sanquhar, Dumfrieshire, Scotland<br />to Alexander Hamilton128 and Marion Cunningham129, as shown in family tree 20. William died in 1581, aged about 75.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page William Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />126. ROBERT HAMILTON (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson) was born in 1510 to Alexander Hamilton128 and Marion<br />Cunningham129, as shown in family tree 20.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page Robert Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />127. ALEXANDER HAMILTON (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson) was born in 1512 to Alexander Hamilton128 and<br />Marion Cunningham129, as shown in family tree 20.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Eleven-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />128. ALEXANDER HAMILTON (ALFONSO's eleven-times-great-grandson) was born in 1485 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire,<br />Scotland to John Hamilton136 and Marion Maxwell137, as shown in family tree 21. Alexander died on 9 September 1513,<br />aged about 28, in Flodden, Northumberland, England.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page Alexander Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />129. MARION CUNNINGHAM (ALFONSO's eleven-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1488 in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 45 on 11 April 2010, page Marion Cunningham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Alexander Hamilton128, aged about 19, married Marion Cunningham, aged about 16, in 1504 in Scotland. They had<br />five children:<br />Page 37<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />John Hamilton122 in 1504<br />Isabel Hamilton123 in 1505<br />William Hamilton125 in 1506<br />Robert Hamilton126 in 1510<br />Alexander Hamilton127 in 1512<br />This family is shown as family tree 20.<br />Generation of Ten-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />130. WILLIAM DE DOUGLAS (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson) was born in 1425 in <, Scotland> to Archibald<br />Unknown141 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 22. William died on 24 November 1440, aged about 15, in<br />Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Midlothian, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page William de Douglas. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />131. DAVID DOUGLAS (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson) was born in 1427 in <, Scotland> to Archibald Unknown141<br />and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 22. David died on 24 November 1440, aged about 13, in Edinburgh,<br />Edinburghshire, Midlothian, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page David Douglas. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />132. MARGARET DE DOUGLAS (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1430 in <Falahill, Eddleston,<br />Peebles, Scotland> to Archibald Unknown141 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 22. Margaret died in 1475, aged<br />about 45, in <, Traquair, Peebles, Scotland>.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Margaret de Douglas. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />133. ELIZABETH DOUGLAS (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1436 in <, Mochrum, Dumfries,<br />Scotland> to Archibald Unknown141 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 22.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Douglas. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />134. ELIZABETH HAMILTON (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1442 in <, Cadzow, Lanark,<br />Scotland> to James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 23. Elizabeth died in April 1531, aged<br />about 88, in Darnley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />135. AGNES HAMILTON (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1444 in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland> to<br />James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 23.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Agnes Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />136. JOHN HAMILTON (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson) was born in 1445 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland to<br />James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 23. John died in 1489, aged about 44, in Cambuskeith,<br />Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 46 on 11 April 2010, page John Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />137. MARION MAXWELL (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1448 in Calderwood, Lanarkshire,<br />Scotland to John Maxwell and Janet Crichton.<br />Citation: Source 46 on 11 April 2010, page Marion Maxwell. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John Hamilton136, aged about 25, married Marion Maxwell, aged about 22, in 1470 in <, Sanquhar, Dumfries,<br />Scotland>. They had one son:<br />Alexander Hamilton128 in 1485<br />This family is shown as family tree 21.<br />138. JAMES HAMILTON (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson) was born in 1450 in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland> to James<br />II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140, as shown in family tree 23. James died in 1472, aged about 22, in Kinneil House,<br />Boness, West Lothian, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page James Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 38<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Generation of Nine-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />139. ELIZABETH GRAHAM (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1381 in Dundaff, Kincardine, Scotland<br />to James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152, as shown in family tree 24.<br />Elizabeth resided in Dundaff, Kincardine, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Elizabeth Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />140. MARY STEWART (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter) was born in May 1400 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland<br />to James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152, as shown in family tree 24.<br />Mary died in May 1488, aged 88, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />(Mary married three times. She was married to Archibald Unknown141, James II Hamilton142 and James Hamilton143.)<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Euphemia Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />141. ARCHIBALD UNKNOWN (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1390 in <, Douglas,<br />Lanark, Scotland>. Archibald died on 26 June 1438, aged about 47, in Restalrig, Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Archibald. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Archibald Unknown, aged about 34, married Mary Stewart140, aged about 24, in 1424 in Scotland. They had four<br />children:<br />William de Douglas130 in 1425<br />David Douglas131 in 1427<br />Margaret de Douglas132 in 1430<br />Elizabeth Douglas133 in 1436<br />This family is shown as family tree 22.<br />142. JAMES II HAMILTON (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1423 in <, Hamilton, Lanark,<br />Scotland> to James Hamilton and Janet Livingstone. He was christened in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland>. James died on 6<br />November 1479, aged about 56, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Larnarkshire, Scotland. He was buried on 12 November 1479 in<br />Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page James II Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James II Hamilton, aged about 50, married Mary Stewart140, aged 73, on 4 February 1474 in Scotland. They had four<br />children:<br />Elizabeth Hamilton134 in 1442<br />Agnes Hamilton135 in 1444<br />John Hamilton136 in 1445<br />James Hamilton138 in 1450<br />This family is shown as family tree 23.<br />James II Hamilton, aged about 50, married Mary Stewart, aged 21, on 4 February 1474 in Scotland.<br />143. JAMES HAMILTON (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1423 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire,<br />Scotland. James died on 6 November 1479, aged about 56, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Larnarkshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 36 on 12 April 2010, page James Hamilton. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James Hamilton, aged about 50, married Mary Stewart140, aged 73, on 4 February 1474 in Scotland.<br />144. EUPHEMIA GRAHAM (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1400 in <, Strathearn, Perth, Scotland><br />to James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152, as shown in family tree 24.<br />Euphemia died in November 1468, aged about 68.<br />Citation: Source 25 on 12 April 2010, page Euphemia Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />145. MALISE GRAHAM (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-grandson) was born in 1408 in Strathearn, Perth, Scotland to James I I<br />King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152, as shown in family tree 24. Malise died<br />on 16 May 1491, aged about 82, in <, Menteith, Perth, Scotland>.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Malise Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 39<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Generation of Eight-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />146. MARGARET , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 25<br />December 1424 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown<br />in family tree 25. Margaret died on 16 August 1445, aged 20, in Chalons, France. She was buried on 14 November 1479 in<br />St Laon Abbey, Thouars, Deeux-Sevres, France.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />147. JOAN" THE DUMB LADY" STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1428 to James , I, King<br />Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25. Joan" The became generally known as " The<br />Dumb Lady" .<br />Citation: Source 53 on 12 April 2010, page Joan" The Dumb Lady" Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />148. JOAN JANET , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1428 in<br />Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25.<br />Joan died on 22 June 1493, aged about 64, in Scotland.<br />Note: Hello visitor from http://www.royal-stuarts.org/james_1.htm.<br />Welcome to the royal Genealogy information held at University of Hull .<br />If you have not accessed this database before, please visit the main page for royal data.<br />---------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- ------<br />Stuart, Joan 'the Dumb Lady'<br />Died: AFT 16 OCT 1486<br />Interred: Dalkeith Church, Midlothian<br />Notes:<br />a Mute. No evidence that her marriage to the Earl of Angus took place.<br />Father: Stuart, James I of Scotland, King of Scotland, b. DEC 1394<br />Mother: Beaufort, Joan, Lady<br />Married 18 OCT 1440 to Douglas, James of Angus, Earl of Angus 3rd<br />Married BEF 15 MAY 1459 to Douglas, James of Morton, Earl of Morton 1st<br />Child 1: Douglas, John of Morton, Earl of Morton, b. BEF 1466<br />Child 2: Douglas, Janet<br />Child 3: Douglas, James<br />Child 4: Douglas, Elizabeth<br />Return to the master surname alphabetic index.<br />Return to the index for this person.<br />Return to the home page for royal data.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />149. ISABELLA ELIZABETH , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born in<br />1428 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family<br />tree 25. Isabella died on 13 October 1494, aged about 66.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />150. MARY , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1429 in Of<br />Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25.<br />Mary died on 20 March 1464, aged about 34, in Kstl Sandenburch, Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands.<br />Page 40<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />151. JAMES I I KING OF SCOTLAND II STEWART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430<br />in <Kincardine, Blackford, Perth, Scotland> to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in<br />family tree 25. James died on 3 August 1460, aged 29, in Laighwood, Perthshire, Scotland. He was buried in 1460 in<br />Holyrood House, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Patrick Graham. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />152. MARY OF GUELDRES EUPHEMIA MARIE STEWART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in<br />1434 in <, Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scotland>. Mary died on 1 December 1463, aged about 29, in Edinburgh, Mid, Lothian,<br />Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 28 on 11 April 2010, page Euphemia Stewart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151, aged 18, married Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart, aged about 15,<br />on 3 July 1449 in Holyrood, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland. They had four children:<br />Elizabeth Graham139 in 1381<br />Mary Stewart140 in 1400<br />Euphemia Graham144 in 1400<br />Malise Graham145 in 1408<br />This family is shown as family tree 24.<br />153. ALEXANDER , DUKE OF ROTHESAY JAMES II (TWIN) SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's<br />eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND<br />Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25. Alexander died on 24 June 1436, aged 5, in Roxburgh Castle,<br />Scotland. He was buried in Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Alexander , Duke of Rothesay Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />154. JAMES II STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430 in Holyrood Palace,<br />Edinburgh, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25. James<br />died on 3 August 1460, aged 29, in Roxburgh Castle, Scotland. He was buried in Holyrood Abbey, Endinburgh, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page James II Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />155. ALAXANDER (TWIN) STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430 in Holyrood<br />Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25.<br />Citation: Source 53 on 12 April 2010, page Alaxander (Twin) Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />156. ANNABELLA , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND (JEAN) STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born<br />in 1432 in Of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in<br />family tree 25. Annabella died on 27 June 1509, aged about 76, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Annabella , Princess of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />157. ELEANOR , PRINCESS OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1434 in<br />Of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25.<br />Eleanor died on 20 November 1480, aged about 46, in Probably, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />158. MS. STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and<br />Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25.<br />Citation: Source 53 on 12 April 2010, page [Private] Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />159. ISABEL STUART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174<br />and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 25. Isabel died in 1494.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page Isabel Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />160. MARGARET OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1424 in Perth, Perthshire,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Margaret died on 16 August 1445, aged<br />about 21, in Chalons Surmarnem Marne, France.<br />Page 41<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Margaret of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />161. ISABELLA OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1426 in Perth, Perthshire,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Isabella died on 4 March 1498, aged about<br />71, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Isabella of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />162. JOAN OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1428 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to<br />James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Joan died on 22 June 1493, aged about 64, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Joan of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />163. MARY OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1429 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland to<br />James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Mary died on 20 March 1464, aged about 34, in Karl<br />Sandenburch, Veere, Zeeland, Nethlands.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Mary of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />164. JAMES II OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430 in Perth, Perthshire,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. James died on 3 August 1460, aged 29, in<br />Roxburgh Castle, Kelso. Roxburghshire, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page James Ii of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />165. ALEXANDER OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born on 16 October 1430 in Perth,<br />Perthshire, Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Alexander died in 1431, as an<br />infant.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Alexander of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />166. ANNABELLA OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1432 in Perth, Perthshire,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Annabella died on 27 June 1509, aged about<br />76, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Annabella of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />167. ELEANOR OF SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1434 in Perth, Perthshire,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Eleanor died on 20 November 1480, aged<br />about 46, in Oinnsbruck, Tirol;, Austria.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Eleanor of SCOTLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />168. JOHN STEWART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born in 1440 in Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland to James<br />Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. John died on 15 September 1512, aged about 72, in<br />Laighwood.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page John Stewart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />169. ANDREW STEWART (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson) was born in 1443 in Lincluden, Kirkcudbrighjtshr,<br />Scotland to James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173, as shown in family tree 26. Andrew died on 29 September 1501, aged<br />about 58, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page Andrew Stewart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Seven-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />170. HENRY BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson) was born in 1397 in Westminister, Middlesex, England to<br />John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. Henry died on 25 November 1418, aged about 21.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Henry BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />171. JOHN BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson) was born on 25 March 1404 in Westminister, Middlesex,<br />Page 42<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />England to John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. John died on 27 May 1444, aged 40.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page John BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />172. THOMAS BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson) was born in 1405 in Westminister, Middlesex, England<br />to John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. Thomas died in 1432, aged about 27.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Thomas BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />173. JOAN BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1406 in of Westminster, Middlesex,<br />England to John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. Joan died on 15 July 1445, aged about<br />39, in Dunbar Castle, East Lothan, Scotland. She was buried in Monastry Of The Chapelhouse, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />(Joan married twice. She was married to James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and James Stewart175.)<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page Joan Beaufort. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />174. JAMES , I, KING OF SCOTLAND STUART (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in<br />December 1394 in Dumferline, Fifeshire, Scotland to Robert III (John) of Scotland Stuart and Annabella Drummond. James<br />died on 21 February 1436, aged 41, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. He was buried in Perth, Scotland.<br />Notes:<br />• http://www.royal-stuarts.org/james_1.htm<br />James I<br />1394-1437<br />Captive King<br />Born: 25 July, 1394<br />Father: Robert III<br />Mother: Annabel Drummond<br />Reigned: 1406-1437<br />Died: 21 February 1437<br />Married: Joan Beaufort<br />Children:<br />Margaret<br />Isabella Elizabeth<br />Joan<br />Mary<br />Alexander<br />James II<br />Annabella<br />Eleanor<br />James I<br />Scottish National Portrait Gallery<br />Key events<br />1406 Sent to France for Protection<br />1406 Captured by English Pirates<br />1416 Cousin Murdoch released from Tower of London<br />1420 Duke of Albany died<br />1420 Attended the coronation of Queen Catherine<br />1422 Accompanied the funeral cortege of Henry V<br />1423 Treaty of London, securing the King's release<br />1424 February 13th, Married Joan Beaufort<br />1424 April, Released from captivity<br />1424 May 2nd, Crowned at Scone<br />1425 Murdoch, 2 sons and Lennox executed<br />1426 Earl of Mar died, title reverted to the crown<br />1427 Foreign currency to be exchanged only within Scotland<br />1428 Renewed the Auld Alliance<br />1430 October 16th, James born<br />1436 Margaret married the Dauphin of France<br />1437 February 20th, Murdered by Sir Robert Graham<br />Additional pages of interest<br />Battle of Homildon Hill<br />Battle of Harlaw<br />James, a King First and For Most<br />Page 43<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />James I was born on July 25th, 1394 at the Dunfermline Monestary. In an attempt to keep James away from his uncle,<br />Duke of Albany, James was sent to France in 1406. Unfortunately his ship was captured by the English. James was taken<br />prisoner. Robert III soon died, James was styled King James I of Scotland even though he remained in England and his<br />uncle, the Duke of Albany became Governor of Scotland.<br />During his captivity, James received a solid education showing talents with poetry, music and mathmatics. James was<br />also used in the campaigns by King Henry V of England against France. The Duke of Albany was providing military<br />support to the French in accordance with the Auld Alliance. King Henry tried to claim Scots fighting for France were<br />treasonous as they were fighting against their King of Scots. James did not accept this ploy; nor did the Scots in France.<br />Murdoch, the son to Albany was also held prison in England. However, Albany was able to secure the release of his own<br />son in 1416, but not that of the King. In 1420, Albany died only to be succeeded as Governor of Scotland by his son<br />Murdoch.<br />King James met Joan Beaufort while in captivity. They were married in February 1424 and James was summarily<br />released. The ransom, or educational fees, came to £40,000 and 21 hostages as security.<br />Upon his return, James proceeded to have Murdoch and several other powerful nobles arrested and executed. This was<br />the first in a series of acts in regaining royal authority.<br />Unfortunately, the Earl of Atholl and Sir Robert Graham were unhappy with the King's actions. In 1437, the assassins<br />broken into the royal lodgings at Perth and killed the King.<br />• James I was taken prisoner by the English on his voyage from Scotland to France in 1405. He was sent to the Tower of<br />London, where he remained in captivity till 1424. In that year he returned to Scotland, but was murdered 21 December<br />1437 by his uncle, Walter, Earl of Atholl, Perth, Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 48 on 12 April 2010, page James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James, I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart, aged 27, married Joan Beaufort173, aged about 15, on 2 February 1422 in<br />Priory Church, St. Mary Overy, Southwark, Scotland. They had thirteen children:<br />Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 in 1424<br />Joan" The Dumb Lady" Stuart147 in 1428<br />Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148 in 1428<br />Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart149 in 1428<br />Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150 in 1429<br />James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 in 1430<br />Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153 in 1430<br />James II Stuart154 in 1430<br />Alaxander (Twin) Stuart155 in 1430<br />Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156 in 1432<br />Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157 in 1434<br />Ms. Stuart158<br />Isabel Stuart159<br />This family is shown as family tree 25.<br />175. JAMES STEWART (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter's husband) was born in 1383 in Innermeath,<br />Argyllshire, Scotland. James died in 1448, aged about 65, in Scotland.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page James Stewart. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />James Stewart, aged about 56, married Joan Beaufort173, aged about 33, on 20 September 1439 in St Mary, Overy,<br />Southwark. Surrey, England. They had ten children:<br />Margaret of SCOTLAND160 in 1424<br />Isabella of SCOTLAND161 in 1426<br />Joan of SCOTLAND162 in 1428<br />Mary of SCOTLAND163 in 1429<br />James Ii of SCOTLAND164 in 1430<br />Alexander of SCOTLAND165 in 1430<br />Annabella of SCOTLAND166 in 1432<br />Eleanor of SCOTLAND167 in 1434<br />John Stewart168 in 1440<br />Andrew Stewart169 in 1443<br />This family is shown as family tree 26.<br />176. EDMUND BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson) was born in 1406 in Westminister, Middlesex, England<br />to John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. Edmund died on 22 May 1455, aged about 48,<br />in Battle Of St. Albans.<br />Page 44<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Edmund BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />177. MARGARET BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter) was born in 1409 in Westminister, Middlesex,<br />England to John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179, as shown in family tree 27. Margaret died in 1425, aged about 16.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Margaret BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Six-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />178. JOHN DE BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson) was born in 1373 in Pottersgate, Lincolnshire, England to<br />John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 and Katherine DE ROET184, as shown in family tree 28. John died on 16 March 1409,<br />aged about 35, in St Catherine By The Tower Hospit, London Middlesex, England. He was buried in St. Michael's Chapel,<br />Canterbury Catherdral.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page John de Beaufort. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />179. MARGARET HOLLAND (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1383 in Upholland, Lancashire,<br />England to Thomas DE HOLAND and Alice FITZALAN. Margaret died on 30 December 1439, aged about 56, in St<br />Saviour's Monasburg, Bermondsey, Surrey England.<br />Citation: Source 24 on 12 April 2010, page Margaret Holland. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />John de Beaufort178, aged about 38, married Margaret Holland, aged about 28, on 10 November 1411 in Upholland,<br />Lancashire, England. They had six children:<br />Henry BEAUFORT170 in 1397<br />John BEAUFORT171 in 1404<br />Thomas BEAUFORT172 in 1405<br />Joan Beaufort173 in 1406<br />Edmund BEAUFORT176 in 1406<br />Margaret BEAUFORT177 in 1409<br />This family is shown as family tree 27.<br />180. THOMAS BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson) was born in January 1376 in Chateau DE Beaufort,<br />Meuse-Et-Loire, France to John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 and Katherine DE ROET184, as shown in family tree 28.<br />Thomas died on 31 December 1426, aged 50, in Greenwich Manor, East Greenwich, Kent, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Thomas BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />181. HENRY BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson) was born in 1376 in Chateau DE Beaufort, Meuse-Et-Loire,<br />Anjou, France to John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 and Katherine DE ROET184, as shown in family tree 28. Henry died<br />on 11 April 1447, aged about 70, in Winchester, Hampshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Henry BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />182. JOAN DE BEAUFORT (ALFONSO's six-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 29 January 1379 in Chateau DE<br />Beaufort, Meuse-Et-Loire, France to John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 and Katherine DE ROET184, as shown in family<br />tree 28. Joan died on 13 November 1440, aged 61, in Howdent, Yorkshire, England. She was buried in Lincoln Cathedral,<br />Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Joan DE BEAUFORT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Five-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />183. JOHN OF GAUNT PLANTAGENET (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born in March 1339 in Abbaye DE St<br />Bavon, Ghent, Flandre-Orientale, Belguim to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Phillippa Countess of<br />HAINSAULT198, as shown in family tree 29. John died on 3 February 1398, aged 58, in Leichester Castle, Leicester,<br />Leicestershire, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />184. KATHERINE DE ROET (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1350 in Picardy, Somme, France.<br />Katherine died on 10 May 1403, aged about 52, in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England. She was buried in Lincoln Cathedral,<br />Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Katherine DE ROET. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 45<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 married Katherine DE ROET. They had four children:<br />John de Beaufort178 in 1373<br />Thomas BEAUFORT180 in 1376<br />Henry BEAUFORT181 in 1376<br />Joan DE BEAUFORT182 in 1379<br />This family is shown as family tree 28.<br />185. EDMUND " OF LANGLEY" PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born on 5 June 1341 in<br />Kings Langley, Herts, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198, as shown<br />in family tree 29. Edmund became generally known as " of Langley" . He was christened in King's Langley, Hertfordshire,<br />England. He was employed in Earl of Cambridge. of Langley died on 1 August 1402, aged 61, in Langley, Hertfordshire,<br />England. of Langley was buried in Church Of The Dominicans, Langley, Hertfordshire, England.<br />The following information is also recorded for of Langley: Title: 1st Duke of York.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Edmund ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />186. MR. ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa<br />Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in family tree 30.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page William Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />187. EDWARD " THE BLACK" PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born on 15 June 1330 in<br />Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as<br />shown in family tree 30. Edward became generally known as " The Black" . The Black died on 8 June 1376, aged 45, in<br />Palace, Westminster, Berkshire, England. He was buried on 29 September 1376 in Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />188. ISABEL PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 16 June 1332 in Palace,<br />Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in<br />family tree 30. Isabel died on 3 May 1379, aged 46, in Grey Friars, Newgate, Middlesex, England. She was buried in Grey<br />Friars, Newgate, Middlesex, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Isabel Princess of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />189. JOAN PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter) was born in February 1334 in Palace,<br />Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in<br />family tree 30. Joan died on 2 September 1348, aged 14.<br />Note: Died unmarried (Death).<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Joan Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />190. WILLIAM PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born on 15 February 1336 in Hatfield,<br />Hertfordshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in family tree<br />30. He was christened in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. William died on 7 July 1337, aged 1.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page William Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />191. LIONEL OF ANTWERP (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born on 29 November 1338 in Antwerp, Antwerp<br />Belgium to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in family tree 30. Lionel<br />was employed in Duke of Clarence. Lionel died on 17 October 1368, aged 29, in Alba, Cuneo, Italy. He was buried in<br />Augustine Friars, Clare, Suffolk, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Lionel of Antwerp. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />192. JOHN " OF GAUNT" PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born in 1340 in of Gaunt to<br />Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in family tree 30. John became<br />generally known as " Of Gaunt" . Of Gaunt died in 1399, aged about 59, in Leicester Castle, Leicester, Leicestershire,<br />England. He was buried on 15 March 1398 in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England, and was buried on 15<br />March 1398 in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England, and was buried on 15 March 1399 in St Paul's Cathedral,<br />London, Middlesex, England.<br />The following information is also recorded for Of Gaunt: Title: Duke Lancaster.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Page 46<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />193. BLANCHE PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter) was born in March 1342 in Tower<br />Of London, London, Middlesex, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as<br />shown in family tree 30. Blanche died in March 1342, as an infant.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />194. MARY PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 10 October 1344 in Bishops<br />Waltham, Hampshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in<br />family tree 30. Mary died in 1361, aged about 16, in Sp. She was buried in Abbey Church, Abingdon, Berkshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Mary Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />195. MARGARET PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 20 July 1346 in<br />Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown<br />in family tree 30. Margaret died on 1 October 1361, aged 15, in Sp. She was buried in Abbey Church, Abingdon,<br />Berkshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />196. THOMAS PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson) was born on 7 January 1354 in Palace,<br />Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward III of King ENGLAND197 and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199, as shown in<br />family tree 30. Thomas died in Calais, Pas-De-Calais, France. He was buried in St. Edmund's, Westminster, Middlesex,<br />England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Four-Times-Great-Grandchildren<br />197. EDWARD III OF KING ENGLAND (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson) was born on 13 November 1312 in Windsor<br />Castle, Berks, England to Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219, as shown in family tree<br />31. He was christened on 20 November 1312. Edward died on 21 June 1377, aged 64, in Shene Palace, Surrey, England.<br />He was buried in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.<br />(Edward married twice. He was married to Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198 and Philippa Queen Of<br />ENGLAND199.)<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Edward Iii of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />198. PHILLIPPA COUNTESS OF HAINSAULT (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1312 in Hainault,<br />Belgium. Phillippa died on 14 August 1369, aged about 57, in Windsor Castle, Berks, England.<br />Citation: Source 44 on 12 April 2010, page Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Edward III of King ENGLAND197 married Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT. They had two children:<br />John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 in 1339<br />Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185 in 1341<br />This family is shown as family tree 29.<br />199. PHILIPPA QUEEN OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1314 in Mons, Hainaut,<br />Belgium [24 Jun]. Philippa died on 15 August 1369, aged about 55, in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Edward III of King ENGLAND197 married Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND. They had eleven children:<br />Mr. ENGLAND186<br />Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 in 1330<br />Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188 in 1332<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND189 in 1334<br />William Prince Of ENGLAND190 in 1336<br />Lionel of Antwerp191 in 1338<br />John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 in 1340<br />Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193 in 1342<br />Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194 in 1344<br />Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195 in 1346<br />Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196 in 1354<br />This family is shown as family tree 30.<br />200. JOHN PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson) was born on 15 August 1315 in Eltham, Kent,<br />Page 47<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />England to Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219, as shown in family tree 31. John died<br />on 14 September 1336, aged 21.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page John Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />201. ELEANOR PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's four-times-great-granddaughter) was born on 8 June 1318 in Palace,<br />Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219, as shown in<br />family tree 31. Eleanor died on 22 April 1355, aged 36, in Deventer, Overijsel, Netherlands.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />202. JOAN PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's four-times-great-granddaughter) was born in July 1321 in Tower Of<br />London, London, Middlesex, England to Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219, as<br />shown in family tree 31. Joan died on 7 September 1362, aged 41, in Hertford, Hertfordshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Joan Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Great-Great-Great-Grandchildren<br />203. ELEANOR PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1264 in Windsor<br />Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Eleanor died in 1298, aged about 34, in Gent, F-Occd, Belgium. She was buried in<br />Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />204. JOAN PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1265 in Windsor Castle,<br />Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. She was buried on 7 September 1265 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire,<br />England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Joan Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />205. JOHN PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson) was born on 10 July 1266 in Windsor Castle,<br />Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. John died on 1 August 1272, aged 6.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page John Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />206. HENRY PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson) was born in 1267 in Windsor Castle, Windsor,<br />Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown<br />in family tree 32. Henry died on 14 October 1274, aged about 7. He was buried on 20 October 1274.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Henry Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />207. JULIANA OR KATHERINE PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1271<br />in Akko, Hazafon, Israel to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as<br />shown in family tree 32. Juliana died in 1271, as an infant, in Akko, Hazafon, Israel.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />208. JOAN OF ACRE (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in April 1272 in Acre, Kingdom of Acre, Syria to<br />Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Joan<br />died on 7 April 1307, aged 34, in Clare Castle, Clare, Suffolk, England. She was buried in Augustinian Clare Priory,<br />Suffolk, England.<br />Note: Joan of Acre is most notable for her marriage to Ralph de Monthermer and the claim that miracles have allegedly<br />taken place at her grave. She is also notable for the multiple references of her in literature. Joan (or Joanna) of Acre<br />was born in the spring of 1272 in Syria, while her parents, Edward I and Eleanor of Castile, were on crusade. At the<br />time of Joan's birth, her grandfather, Henry III, was still alive and thus her father was not yet king of England. Her<br />parents departed from Acre shortly after her birth, traveling to Sicily and Spain before leaving Joan with Eleanor's<br />mother, Joan, Countess of Ponthieu, in France. Joan lived for several years in France where she spent her time being<br />educated by a bishop and being thoroughly spoiled by an indulgent grandmother. Joan was free to play among the<br />vine clad hills and sunny vales surrounding her grandmother’s home, although she required “judicious<br />surveillance.”As Joan was growing up with her grandmother, her father was back in England, already arranging<br />marriages for his daughter. He hoped to gain both political power and more wealth with his daughter's marriage, so<br />Page 48<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />he conducted the arrangement in a very business like style. He finally found a man suitable to marry Joan (aged 5 at<br />the time), Hartman, son of King Rudoph I, of Germany. Edward then brought her home from France for the first time<br />to meet him. As she had spent her entire life away from Edward and Eleanor, when she returned she stood in no awe<br />of her parents and had a fairly distanced relationship with them.<br />Unfortunately for King Edward, his daughter’s suitor died before he was able to meet or marry Joan. The news<br />reported that Hartman had fallen through a patch of shallow ice while amusing himself in skating while a letter sent<br />to the King himself stated that Hartman had set out on a boat to visit his father amidst a terrible fog and the boat had<br />smashed into a rock, drowning him. Edward arranged a second marriage almost immediately after the death of<br />Hartman. Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, who was almost thirty years older than Joan and newly divorced was<br />his next choice. The earl resigned his lands to Edward upon agreeing to get them back when he married Joan, as well<br />as agreed on a dower of two thousand silver marks. By the time all of these negotiations were finished, Joan was<br />twelve years old. Gilbert de Clare became very enamored with Joan, and even though she had to marry him<br />regardless of how she felt, he still tried to woo her. He bought her expensive gifts and clothing to try to win favor with<br />her. The couple were married on 30 April 1290 at Westminster Abbey, and had four children together. They were:<br />#Gilbert de Clare, 7th Earl of Hertford #Eleanor de Clare<br />#Margaret de Clare #Elizabeth de Clare. Joan's first husband, Gilbert de Clare died on 7 December 1295.<br />Joan had been a widow for only a little over a year when she caught the eye of Ralph de Monthermer, a squire in<br />Joan’s father’s household. Joan fell in love and convinced her father to have Monthermer knighted. It was unheard of<br />in European royalty for a noble lady to even converse with a man who had not won or acquired importance in the<br />household. However, in January 1297 Joan secretly married Ralph de Monthermer, 1st Baron Monthermer. Joan's<br />father was already planning another marriage for Joan to Amadeus V, Count of Savoy , to occur 16 March 1297.<br />Joan was in a dangerous predicament, as she was already married, unbeknownst to her father. Joan sent her four<br />young children to their grandfather, in hopes that their sweetness would win Edward's favor, but her plan did not<br />work. The king soon discovered his daughter's intentions, but not yet aware that she had already committed to them,<br />he seized Joan’s lands and continued to arrange her marriage to Amadeus of Savoy. Soon after the seizure of her<br />lands, Joan told her father of that she had married Monthermer. The king was enraged and retaliated by immediately<br />imprisoning Monthermer at Bristol Castle.The people of the land had differing opinions on the princess’ matter. It has<br />been argued that the ones who were most upset were those who wanted Joan’s hand in marriage. Joan famously said,<br />“It is not considered ignominious, nor disgraceful for a great earl to take a poor and mean woman to wife; neither, on<br />the other hand, is it worthy of blame, or too difficult a thing for a countess to promote to honor a gallant youth.”<br />Joan's statement in addition to a possibly obvious pregnancy seemed to soften Edward’s attitude towards the<br />situation. Joan's first child by Monthermer was born in October 1297; by the summer of 1297, when the marriage was<br />revealed to Edward I, Joan's condition would certainly have been apparent, and would have convinced Edward that<br />he had no choice but to recognize his daughter's marriage. Edward I eventually relented for the sake of his daughter<br />and released Monthermer from prison in August 1297. Monthermer paid homage 2 August, and being granted the<br />titles of Earl of Gloucester and Earl of Hertford, he rose to favor with the King during Joan's lifetime. Monthermer<br />and Joan had four children: #Mary de Monthermer, born Oct 1297. In 1306 her grandfather King Edward I arranged<br />for her to wed Duncan Macduff, 8th Earl of Fife. #Joan de Monthermer, born 1299, became a nun at Amesbury.<br />#Thomas de Monthermer, 2nd Baron Monthermer, born 1301.#Edward de Monthermer 1304 - 1339.<br />Joan of Acre was the seventh of Edward I and Eleanor’s fourteen children. Most of her older siblings died before the<br />age of seven, and many of her younger siblings died before adulthood. Those who survived to adulthood were Joan,<br />her younger brother, Edward of Caernarfon (later Edward II), and four sisters: Eleanor, Margaret, Mary, and<br />Elizabeth.<br />Joan, like her siblings, was raised outside her parents' household. She lived with her grandmother in Ponthieu for four<br />years, and was then confided to the same caregivers who looked after her siblings. Edward I did not have a close<br />relationship with most of his children while they were growing up, yet “he seemed fonder of his daughters than his<br />sons.” However, Joan of Acre’s independent nature caused numerous conflicts with her father. Her father<br />disapproved of her leaving court after her marriage to the Earl of Gloucester, and in turn seized seven robes that had<br />been made for her. He strongly disapproved of her second marriage to Ralph de Monthermer. While Edward<br />ultimately developed a cordial relationship with Monthermer, even giving him the title of Earl, there appears to have<br />been a notable difference in the Edward’s treatment of Joan as compared to the treatment of the rest of her siblings.<br />For instance, her father famously paid messengers substantially when they brought news of the birth of grandchildren,<br />but did not do this upon birth of Joan’s daughter. In terms of her siblings, Joan kept a fairly tight bond. She and<br />Monthermer both maintained a close relationship with her brother, Edward II, which was maintained through letters.<br />After Edward II became estranged from his parents and lost his royal seal, Joan offered to lend him her seal.<br />Less than four months after her death, Joan’s father, Edward I died. Joan's widower, Ralph de Monthermer, lost the<br />title of Earl of Gloucester soon after the deaths of his wife and father in law. The earldom of Gloucester was given to<br />Joan’s son from her first marriage, Gilbert, who was its rightful holder. Monthermer continued to hold a nominal<br />earldom in Scotland that had been conferred on him by Edward I until his death.<br />Citation: Source 32 on 21 April 2010, page Joan of Acre. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />209. JOAN " OF ACRE" PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1272 in (acre),<br />Akko, Hazafon, Israel to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as<br />Page 49<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />shown in family tree 32. Joan became generally known as " of Acre" . of Acre died in Clare, Suffolk, England. She was<br />buried on 26 April 1307 in Austin Friars' Church, Clare, Suffolk, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />210. ALPHONSO PRINCE OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson) was born on 24 November 1273 in<br />Bayonne, Basses-Pyrenees, France to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Alphonso died on 19 August 1284, aged 10.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />211. ISABEL PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1274 in Of, Windsor<br />Castle, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as<br />shown in family tree 32.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Isabel Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />212. MARGARET PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born on 11 September 1275<br />in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor<br />(Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Margaret died in 1318, aged about 42.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />213. BERENGARIA PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1276 in<br />Kennington, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Berengaria died in 1277, aged about 1.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />214. MARY PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born on 11 March 1278 in Windsor<br />Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Mary died on 21 July 1232, aged -46.<br />Note: Died unmarried (Death).<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Mary Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />215. ALICE PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born on 12 March 1279 in Palace,<br />Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Alice died in 1291, aged about 12.<br />Note: Died unmarried (Death).<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Alice Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />216. ELIZABETH OF RHUDDLAN (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born on 7 August 1282 to Edward I<br />" Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Elizabeth died<br />on 5 May 1316, aged 33. She was buried in Waltham Abbey.<br />Note: Elizabeth Plantagenet was the eighth daughter of Edward I of England and Eleanor of Castile. Of all of her siblings,<br />she was closest to her younger brother Edward II of England, as they were only two years apart in age. In April 1285<br />there were negotiations with Floris V for Elizabeth's betrothal to his son John I, Count of Holland. The offer was<br />accepted and John was sent to England to be educated. On 8 January 1297 Elizabeth was married to John at Ipswich.<br />In attendance at the marriage were Elizabeth's sister Margaret, her father, Edward I of England, her brother Edward,<br />and Humphrey de Bohun. After the wedding Elizabeth was expected to go to Holland with her husband, but did not<br />wish to go, leaving her husband to go alone.<br />After some time traveling England, it was decided Elizabeth should follow her husband. Her father accompanied her,<br />traveling through the Southern Netherlands between Antwerp, Mechelen, Leuven and Brussels, before ending up in<br />Ghent. There they remained for a few months, spending Christmas with her two sisters Eleanor of England, Countess<br />of Bar and Margaret Plantagenet. On 10 November 1299, John died of dysentery, though there were rumours of his<br />murder. No children had been born from the marriage.<br />On her return trip to England, Elizabeth went through Brabant to see her sister Margaret. When she arrived in<br />England, she met her stepmother Margaret of France, whom Edward had married whilst she was in Holland. They<br />became inseparable. On 14 November 1302 Elizabeth was married to Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford, 3rd<br />of Essex, also Constable of England, at Westminster Abbey. Children of Elizabeth and Humphrey de Bohun:<br />#Hugh de Bohun (September 1303 - 1305) #Lady Eleanor #Humphrey de Bohun (b&d 1305) #John de Bohun, 5th<br />Earl of Hereford (23 November 1306 - 1335) #Humphrey de Bohun, 6th Earl of Hereford (6 December 1309 - 1361)<br />#Agnes (1309 - 1343), married Robert de Ferrers, 2nd Baron Ferrers of Chartley (1309-51) and had issue<br />#Margaret de Bohun, 2nd Countess of Devon (3 April 1311 - 1391), married Hugh Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon<br />Page 50<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />#William de Bohun, 1st Earl of Northampton (1312 - 1360). Twin of Edward. Married Elizabeth de Badlesmere.<br />#Edward de Bohun (1312 - 1334). Twin of William. #Eneas de Bohun, (b 1314 ), #Isabel de Bohun (b&d 5 May 1316)<br />During Christmas 1315, Elizabeth, who was pregnant with her tenth child, was visited by her sister-in-law Isabella of<br />France. This was a great honour. On 5 May 1316 she went into labour, giving birth to her daughter Isabella. Both<br />Elizabeth and Isabella died shortly after the birthing, and were buried together in Waltham Abbey.<br />Citation: Source 32 on 21 April 2010, page Elizabeth of Rhuddlan. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />217. ELIZABETH PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born on 7 August 1282 in<br />Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire, Wales to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Elizabeth died on 5 May 1316, aged 33, in Quendon, Essex, England. She was<br />buried on 23 May 1316 in Walden Abbey, Hartfordshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />218. EDWARD II KING OF KING OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson) was born on 25 April 1284 in<br />Caernarvon Castle, Caernarvon, Caernarvonshire, Wales to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and<br />Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Edward died on 21 September 1327, aged 43, in Berkeley<br />Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England. He was buried on 20 December 1327 in Cathedral, Gloucester, Gloucestershire,<br />England.<br />Note: Edward II, called Edward of Carnarvon, was King of England from 1307 until he was deposed in January 1327. He<br />was the seventh Plantagenet king, in a line that began with the reign of Henry II. Interspersed between the strong<br />reigns of his father Edward I and son Edward III, the reign of Edward II was disastrous for England, marked by<br />incompetence, political squabbling, and military defeats. Although large in stature and powerfully built, he was more<br />interested in light entertainment and simple pleasures than in the duties of governing. Widely supposed to be<br />homosexual, he was unable to deny even the most grandiose favours to his male favourites (first a Gascon knight<br />named Piers Gaveston, later a young lord named Hugh Despenser) which led to constant political unrest and his<br />eventual deposition. Whereas Edward I had conquered all of Wales and the Scottish lowlands, and ruled them with an<br />iron hand, the army of Edward II was devastatingly defeated at Bannockburn, freeing Scotland from English control<br />and allowing Scottish forces to raid unchecked throughout the north of England. In addition to these disasters,<br />Edward II is remembered for his mysterious death in Berkeley Castle, apparently by murder, and more positively for<br />being the first monarch to establish colleges in the universities of Oxford and Cambridge.<br />The fourth son of Edward I by his first wife Eleanor of Castile, Edward II was born at Caernarfon Castle. He was the<br />first English prince to hold the title Prince of Wales, which was formalized by the Parliament of Lincoln of 7 February<br />1301.<br />Edward became heir at just a few months of age, following the death of his elder brother Alphonso. His father, a<br />notable military leader, trained his heir in warfare and statecraft starting in his childhood, yet the young Edward<br />preferred boating and craftwork, activities considered beneath kings at the time. The prince took part in several Scots<br />campaigns, but despite these martial engagements, " all his father's efforts could not prevent his acquiring the habits<br />of extravagance and frivolity which he retained all through his life" . The king attributed his son’s preferences to his<br />strong attachment to Piers Gaveston, a Gascon knight, and Edward I exiled Gaveston from court after Prince Edward<br />attempted to bestow on his friend a title reserved for royalty. Ironically, it was the king who had originally chosen<br />Gaveston in 1298 to be a suitable friend for his son due to his wit, courtesy and abilities.<br />Edward I died on 7 July 1307 en route to another campaign against the Scots, a war that became the hallmark of his<br />reign. One chronicler relates that Edward had requested his son " boil his body, extract the bones and carry them with<br />the army until the Scots had been subdued." But his son ignored the request and had his father buried in Westminster<br />Abbey. Edward II immediately recalled Gaveston, created him Earl of Cornwall, gave him the hand of the king's<br />niece, Margaret of Gloucester, and withdrew from the Scottish campaign. Edward was as physically impressive as his<br />father, yet he lacked the drive and ambition of his forebear. It was written that Edward II was " the first king after the<br />Conquest who was not a man of business" . His main interest was in entertainment, though he also took pleasure in<br />athletics and mechanical crafts. He had been so dominated by his father that he had little confidence in himself, and<br />was often in the hands of a court favourite with a stronger will than his own.<br />On 25 January 1308, Edward married Isabella of France in Boulogne, the daughter of King Philip IV of France,<br />" Philip the Fair," and sister to three French kings in an attempt to bolster an alliance with France. On 25 February<br />the pair were crowned in Westminster Abbey. The marriage, however, was doomed to failure almost from the<br />beginning. Isabella was frequently neglected by her husband, who spent much of his time conspiring with his<br />favourites regarding how to limit the powers of the Peerage in order to consolidate his father's legacy for himself.<br />Nevertheless, their marriage produced two sons, Edward, who would succeed his father on the throne as Edward III,<br />and John of Eltham (later created Earl of Cornwall), and two daughters, Eleanor and Joanna, wife of David II of<br />Scotland. Edward had also fathered at least one illegitimate son, Adam FitzRoy, who accompanied his father in the<br />Scottish campaigns of 1322 and died shortly afterwards.<br />When in 1308 Edward travelled to Boulogne to marry Isabella, he had left Gaveston to act as regent. Some English<br />barons grew resentful of Gaveston's power, and began to insist he be banished through the Ordinances of 1311.<br />Edward recalled his friend, but could do little to prevent Gaveston being captured in 1312 under the orders of the<br />Earl of Lancaster and his allies, who claimed that he had led the king to folly. He was captured first by the Earl of<br />Warwick, who he was seen to have offended, and handed over to two Welshmen. They took him to Blacklow Hill and<br />Page 51<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />murdered him; one ran him through the heart with his sword and the other beheaded him. Edward's grief over the<br />death of Gaveston was profound. He kept the remains of his body close to him for a number of weeks before the<br />Church forcibly arranged a burial.<br />Immediately following this, Edward focused on the destruction of those who had betrayed him, while the barons<br />themselves lost impetus (with Gaveston dead, they saw little need to continue). By mid-July, Aymer de Valence, 2nd<br />Earl of Pembroke was advising the king to make war on the barons who, unwilling to risk their lives, entered<br />negotiations in September 1312. In October, the Earls of Lancaster, Warwick, Arundel and Hereford were forced to<br />beg Edward's pardon.<br />Several contemporary sources criticised Edward's seeming infatuation with Piers Gaveston, to the extent that he<br />ignored and humiliated his wife. Chroniclers called the relationship excessive, immoderate, beyond measure and<br />reason and criticised his desire for wicked and forbidden sex. The Westminster chronicler claimed that Gaveston had<br />led Edward to reject the sweet embraces of his wife. Gaveston was considered to be athletic and handsome; was a few<br />years older than Edward and had seen military service in Flanders before becoming Edward's close companion. He<br />was known to have a quick, biting wit, and his fortunes continued to ascend as Edward obtained more honours for<br />him, including the Earldom of Cornwall. Earlier, Edward I had attempted to control the situation by exiling Gaveston<br />from England. However, upon the elder king's death in 1307, Edward II immediately recalled him. Isabella's marriage<br />to Edward subsequently took place in 1308. Almost immediately, she wrote to her father, Philip the Fair, complaining<br />of Edward's behavior.<br />Robert the Bruce had been steadily reconquering Scotland. Each campaign begun by Edward, from 1307 to 1314, had<br />ended in Robert clawing back more of the land that Edward I had taken during his long reign. Robert's military<br />successes against Edward II were due to a number of factors, not the least of which was the Scottish King's strategy.<br />He used small forces to trap an invading English army, took castles by stealth to preserve his troops and he used the<br />land as a weapon against Edward by attacking quickly and then disappearing into the hills instead of facing the<br />superior numbers of the English. Bruce united Scotland against its common enemy and is quoted as saying that he<br />feared more the dead Edward I than the living Edward II. By June 1314, only Stirling Castle and Berwick remained<br />under English control. On 23 June 1314, Edward and an army of 20 000 foot soldiers and 3 000 cavalry faced Robert<br />and his army of foot soldiers and farmers wielding 14-foot-long pikes. Edward knew he had to keep the critical<br />stronghold of Stirling Castle if there was to be any chance for English military success. The castle was under a<br />constant state of siege, and the English commander, Sir Phillip de Mowbray, had advised Edward that he would<br />surrender the castle to the Scots unless Edward arrived by 24 June 1314, to relieve the siege. Edward could not afford<br />to lose his last forward castle in Scotland. He decided to gamble his entire army to break the siege and force the Scots<br />to a final battle by putting its army into the field. However, Edward had made a serious mistake in thinking his vastly<br />superior numbers alone would provide enough of a strategic advantage to defeat the Scots. Robert not only had the<br />advantage of prior warning, as he knew the actual day that Edward would come north and fight, he also had the time<br />to choose the field of battle most advantageous to the Scots and their style of combat. As Edward moved forward on<br />the main road to Stirling, Robert placed his army on either side of the road north, one in the dense woods and the<br />other placed on a bend on the river, a spot hard for the invading army to see. Robert also ordered his men to dig<br />potholes and cover them with bracken in order to help break any cavalry charge. By contrast, Edward did not issue<br />his writs of service, calling upon 21,540 men, until 27 May 1314. Worse, his army was ill-disciplined and had seen<br />little success in eight years of campaigns. On the eve of battle, he decided to move his entire army at night and placed<br />it in a marshy area, with its cavalry laid out in nine squadrons in front of the foot soldiers. The following battle, the<br />Battle of Bannockburn, is considered by contemporary scholars to be the worst defeat sustained by the English since<br />the Battle of Hastings in 1066.<br />Following Gaveston's death, the king increased favour to his nephew-by-marriage (who was also Gaveston's<br />brother-in-law), Hugh Despenser the Younger. But, as with Gaveston, the barons were indignant at the privileges<br />Edward lavished upon the Despenser father and son, especially when the younger Despenser began in 1318 to strive<br />to procure for himself the earldom of Gloucester and its associated lands. By 1320, the situation in England was again<br />becoming dangerously unstable. Edward ignored the law in favour of Despenser: when Lord de Braose of Gower sold<br />his title to his son-in-law, an action entirely lawful in the Welsh Marches, Despenser demanded the king grant Gower<br />to him instead. The king, against all laws, then confiscated Gower from the purchaser and offered it to Despenser; in<br />so doing, he provoked the fury of most of the barons. In 1321, the Earl of Hereford, along with the Earl of Lancaster<br />and others, took up arms against the Despenser family, and the King was forced into an agreement with the barons.<br />On 14 August at Westminster Hall, accompanied by the Earls of Pembroke and Richmond, the king declared the<br />Despenser father and son both banished. The victory of the barons proved their undoing. With the removal of the<br />Despensers, many nobles, regardless of previous affiliation, now attempted to move into the vacuum left by the two.<br />Hoping to win Edward's favour, these nobles were willing to aid the king in his revenge against the barons and thus<br />increase their own wealth and power. In following campaigns, many of the king's opponents were murdered, the Earl<br />of Lancaster being beheaded in the presence of Edward himself.<br />With all opposition crushed, the king and the Despensers were left the unquestioned masters of England. At the York<br />Parliament of 1322, Edward issued a statute which revoked all previous ordinances designed to limit his power and to<br />prevent any further encroachment upon it. The king would no longer be subject to the will of Parliament, and the<br />Lords, Prelates, and Commons were to suffer his will in silence.<br />A dispute between France and England then broke out over Edward's refusal to pay homage to the French king for the<br />territory of Gascony. After several bungled attempts to regain the territory, Edward sent his wife, Isabella, to<br />negotiate peace terms. Overjoyed, Isabella arrived in France in March 1325. She was now able to visit her family and<br />native land as well as escape the Despensers and the king, all of whom she now detested. On 31 May 1325, Isabella<br />Page 52<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />agreed to a peace treaty, favouring France and requiring Edward to pay homage in France to her brother, King<br />Charles; but Edward decided instead to send his son to pay homage. This proved a gross tactical error, and helped to<br />bring about the ruin of both Edward and the Despensers, as Isabella, now that she had her son with her, declared that<br />she would not return to England until Despenser was removed. When Isabella's retinue - loyal to Edward, and<br />ordered back to England by Isabella - returned to the English Court on 23 December, they brought further shocking<br />news for the king: Isabella had formed a liaison with Roger Mortimer in Paris and they were now plotting an invasion<br />of England.<br />Edward prepared for the invasion but was betrayed by those close to him: his son refused to leave his mother -<br />claiming he wanted to remain with her during her unease and unhappiness. Edward's half-brother, the Earl of Kent,<br />married Mortimer's cousin, Margaret Wake; other nobles, such as John de Cromwell and the Earl of Richmond, also<br />chose to remain with Mortimer. In September 1326, Mortimer and Isabella invaded England. Edward was amazed by<br />their small numbers of soldiers, and immediately attempted to levy an immense army to crush them. However, a large<br />number of men refused to fight Mortimer and the Queen; Henry of Lancaster, for example, was not even summoned by<br />the king, and he showed his loyalties by raising an army, seizing a cache of Despenser treasure from Leicester Abbey,<br />and marching south to join Mortimer. The invasion swiftly had too much force and support to be stemmed. As a result,<br />the army the king had ordered failed to emerge and both Edward and the Despensers were left isolated. They<br />abandoned London on 2 October, leaving the city to fall into disorder. On the 15 October, a London mob seized and<br />beheaded without trial John le Marshal (a Londoner accused of being a spy for the Despensers) and Edward II's<br />Treasurer, Walter de Stapledon Bishop of Exeter, together with two of the bishop's squires. The king first took refuge<br />in Gloucester (where he arrived on 9 October) and then fled to South Wales in order to make a defence in Despenser's<br />lands. However, Edward was unable to rally an army, and on 31 October, he was abandoned by his servants, leaving<br />him with only the younger Despenser and a few retainers.<br />On 27 October, the elder Despenser was accused of encouraging the illegal government of his son, enriching himself<br />at the expense of others, despoiling the Church, and taking part in the illegal execution of the Earl of Lancaster. He<br />was hanged and beheaded at the Bristol Gallows. Henry of Lancaster was then sent to Wales in order to fetch the<br />King and the younger Despenser; on 16 November he caught Edward, Despenser and their soldiers in the open<br />country near Tonyrefail. The soldiers were released and Despenser was sent to Isabella at Hereford whilst the king<br />was taken by Lancaster himself to Kenilworth. Reprisals against Edward's allies began immediately thereafter. The<br />Earl of Arundel, Sir Edmund Fitz Alan, an old enemy of Roger Mortimer, was beheaded on 17 November, together<br />with two of the earl's retainers, John Daniel and Thomas de Micheldever. This was followed by the trial and execution<br />of Despenser on 24 November. Hugh Despenser the younger was brutally executed and a huge crowd gathered in<br />anticipation at seeing him die—a public spectacle for public entertainment. They dragged him from his horse, stripped<br />him, and scrawled Biblical verses against corruption and arrogance on his skin. They then dragged him into the city,<br />presenting him (in the market square) to Queen Isabella, Roger Mortimer, and the Lancastrians. He was then<br />condemned to hang as a thief, be castrated, and then to be drawn and quartered as a traitor, his quarters to be<br />dispersed throughout England. Despenser's vassal Simon of Reading was also hanged next to him, on charges of<br />insulting Queen Isabella.<br />Edward II's Chancellor, Robert Baldock, was placed under house arrest in London, but a London mob broke into the<br />house, severely beat him, and threw him into Newgate Prison, where he was murdered by some of the inmates.<br />With the King imprisoned, Mortimer and the Queen faced the problem of what to do with him. The simplest solution<br />would be execution: his titles would then pass to Edward of Windsor, whom Isabella could control, while it would also<br />prevent the possibility of his being restored. Execution would require the King to be tried and convicted of treason:<br />and while most Lords agreed that Edward had failed to show due attention to his country, several Prelates argued<br />that, appointed by God, the King could not be legally deposed or executed; if this happened, they said, God would<br />punish the country. Thus, at first, it was decided to have Edward imprisoned for life instead.<br />However, the fact remained that the legality of power still lay with the King. Isabella had been given the Great Seal,<br />and was using it to rule in the names of the King, herself, and their son as appropriate; nonetheless, these actions<br />were illegal, and could at any moment be challenged.<br />In these circumstances, Parliament chose to act as an authority above the King. Representatives of the House of<br />Commons were summoned, and debates began. The Archbishop of York, William Melton and others declared<br />themselves fearful of the London mob, loyal to Roger Mortimer. Others wanted the King to speak in Parliament and<br />openly abdicate, rather than be deposed by the Queen and her General. Mortimer responded by commanding the Lord<br />Mayor of London, Richard de Betoyne, to write to Parliament, asking them to go to the Guildhall to swear an oath to<br />protect the Queen and Prince Edward, and to depose the King. Mortimer then called the great lords to a secret<br />meeting that night, at which they gave their unanimous support to the deposition of the King. Eventually Parliament<br />agreed to remove the King. However, for all that Parliament had agreed that the King should no longer rule, they had<br />not deposed him. Rather, their decision made, Edward was asked to accept it. On 20 January 1327, Edward II was<br />informed at Kenilworth Castle of the charges brought against him: The King was guilty of incompetence; allowing<br />others to govern him to the detriment of the people and Church; not listening to good advice and pursuing<br />occupations unbecoming to a monarch; having lost Scotland and lands in Gascony and Ireland through failure of<br />effective governance; damaging the Church, and imprisoning its representatives; allowing nobles to be killed,<br />disinherited, imprisoned and exiled; failing to ensure fair justice, instead governing for profit and allowing others to<br />do likewise; and of fleeing in the company of a notorious enemy of the realm, leaving it without government, and<br />thereby losing the faith and trust of his people.<br />Edward, profoundly shocked by this judgment, wept while listening. He was then offered a choice: he might abdicate<br />in favour of his son; or he might resist, and relinquish the throne to one not of royal blood, but experienced in<br />Page 53<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />government —this, presumably, being Roger Mortimer. The King, lamenting that his people had so hated his rule,<br />agreed that if the people would accept his son, he would abdicate in his favour. The lords, through the person of Sir<br />William Trussel, then renounced their homage to him, and the reign of Edward II ended.<br />The abdication was announced and recorded in London on 24 January 1327, and the following day was proclaimed<br />the first of the reign of Edward III—who, at 14, was still controlled by Isabella and Mortimer. Edward II remained<br />imprisoned.<br />The government of Isabella and Mortimer was so precarious that they dared not leave the deposed king in the hands<br />of their political enemies. On 3 April, Edward II was removed from Kenilworth and entrusted to the custody of two<br />subordinates of Mortimer, then later imprisoned at Berkeley Castle in Gloucestershire where, it was generally<br />believed, he was murdered by an agent of Isabella and Mortimer. On the night of 11 October while lying in on a bed<br />[the king] was suddenly seized and, while a great mattress weighed him down and suffocated him, a plumber's iron,<br />heated intensely hot, was introduced through a tube into his anus so that it burned the inner portions beyond the<br />intestines.<br />Following the public announcement of the king's death, the rule of Isabella and Mortimer did not last long. They made<br />peace with the Scots in the Treaty of Northampton, but this move was highly unpopular. Consequently, when Edward<br />III came of age in 1330, he executed Roger Mortimer on fourteen charges of treason, most significantly the murder of<br />Edward II (thereby removing any public doubt about his father's survival). Edward III spared his mother and gave her<br />a generous allowance, but ensured that she retired from public life.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Edward II King Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />219. ISABELLE PRINCESS OF FRANCE (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson's wife) was born in 1292 in Of, Paris,<br />France to Philippe IV King Of Blanche Princess FRANCE and Jeanne Princess Of NAVARRE. Isabelle died on 21<br />November 1358, aged about 66, in Hertford Castle, Hertfordshire, England.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 12 April 2010, page Isabelle Princess of France. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Edward II King Of King of England218, aged 23, married Isabelle Princess of France, aged about 15, on 22 January<br />1308 in Boulogne, Pas-De-Calais, France. They had four children:<br />Edward III of King ENGLAND197 in 1312<br />John Prince Of ENGLAND200 in 1315<br />Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201 in 1318<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202 in 1321<br />This family is shown as family tree 31.<br />220. BEATRICE PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1286 in Toulouse,<br />Haute-Garonne, France to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as<br />shown in family tree 32.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />221. BLANCHE PRINCESS OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born in 1290 in Windsor<br />Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of<br />Castile223, as shown in family tree 32.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />222. JOAN PLANTAGENET (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter) was born to Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King<br />of England224 and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223, as shown in family tree 32. Joan was employed in = Bush-4801391.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Joan Plantagenet. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Great-Great-Grandchildren<br />223. ELEANOR (LEONOR) OF OF CASTILE (ALFONSO's great-great-granddaughter) was born in November 1241 in Burgos,<br />Burgos, Old Castile, Spain to Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 and Joan Countess of Ponthieu226, as shown in family<br />tree 33. Eleanor was employed in Countess of Pontieu. Eleanor died on 29 November 1290, aged 49, in Harby,<br />Nottinghamshire, England. She was buried on 16 December 1290 in Westminster Abbey, Middlesex, England.<br />The following information is also recorded for Eleanor: Title: Queen of England.<br />Note: Eleanor was the daughter of Saint Ferdinand, King of Castile and Leon and his second wife, Jeanne, Countess of<br />Ponthieu. Her Castilian name, Leonor, became Alienor or Alianor in England, and Eleanor in modern English. She<br />was the second of five children born to Fernando and Jeanne. Her elder brother Fernando was born in 1239, her<br />younger brother Louis in 1242; two sons born after Louis died young. For the ceremonies in 1291 marking the first<br />anniversary of Eleanor's death, 49 candlebearers were paid to walk in the public procession to commemorate each<br />year of her life. This would date her birth to the year 1241. Since her parents were apart from each other for thirteen<br />months while King Ferdinand conducted a military campaign in Andalusia from which he returned to the north of<br />Spain only in February 1241, Eleanor was probably born toward the end of that year.<br />Eleanor's marriage in 1254 to the future Edward I of England was not the first marriage her family planned for her.<br />Page 54<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />The kings of Castile had long the flimsy claim to be paramount lords of the Kingdom of Navarre in the Pyrenees, and<br />from 1250 Ferdinand III and his heir, Eleanor's half-brother Alfonso X of Castile, hoped she would marry Theobald II<br />of Navarre. To avoid Castilian control, Margaret of Bourbon (mother to Theobald II) in 1252 allied with James I of<br />Aragon instead, and as part of that treaty solemnly promised that Theobald would never marry Eleanor. Then, in<br />1252, Alfonso X resurrected another flimsy ancestral claims to the duchy of Gascony, in the south of Aquitaine, last<br />possession of the Kings of England in France. Henry III of England swiftly countered Alfonso's claims with both<br />diplomatic and military moves. Early in 1254 the two kings began to negotiate; after haggling over the financial<br />provision for Eleanor, Henry and Alfonso agreed she would marry Henry's son Edward, and Alfonso would transfer<br />his Gascon claims to Edward. Henry was so anxious for the marriage to take place that he willingly abandoned<br />elaborate preparations already made for Edward's knighting in England, and agreed that Alfonso would knight<br />Edward before the wedding took place. The young couple married at the monastery of Las Huelgas, Burgos on 1<br />November 1254. Henry III took pride in resolving the Gascon crisis so decisively, but his English subjects feared that<br />the marriage would bring Eleanor's kinfolk and countrymen to live off Henry's ruinous generosity. Several of her<br />relatives did come to England soon after her marriage. She was too young to stop them or prevent Henry III paying<br />for them, but she was blamed anyway and her marriage was unpopular. Eleanor's mother was spurned in marriage by<br />Henry III and her great-grandmother, Alys of the Vexin, was spurned in marriage by Richard I. However, the<br />presence of more English, Frank and Norman soldiers of fortune and opportunists in the recently reconquered Seville<br />and Cordoba Moorish Kingdoms would be increased, thanks to this alliance between royal houses.<br />There is little record of Eleanor's life in England until the 1260s, when the Second Barons' War, between Henry III<br />and his barons, divided the kingdom. During this time Eleanor actively supported Edward's interests, importing<br />archers from her mother's county of Ponthieu in France. She was in England throughout the struggle. Rumors that she<br />was seeking fresh troops from Castile led the baronial leader, Simon de Montfort, to order her removal from Windsor<br />Castle in June 1264 after the royalist army had been defeated at the Battle of Lewes. Edward was captured at Lewes<br />and imprisoned, and Eleanor was honorably confined at Westminster Palace. After Edward and Henry's army<br />defeated the baronial army at the Battle of Evesham in 1265, Edward took a major role in reforming the government<br />and Eleanor rose to prominence at his side. Her position was greatly improved in July 1266 when, after she had borne<br />three short-lived daughters, she finally gave birth to a son, John, who was followed by a second, Henry, in the spring<br />of 1268, and in 1269 by a healthy daughter, Eleanor.<br />By 1270, the kingdom was pacified and Edward and Eleanor left to join his uncle Louis IX of France on the Eighth<br />Crusade. Louis died at Carthage before they arrived and after they spent the winter in Sicily, the couple went on to<br />Acre in Palestine, where they arrived in May 1271. Eleanor gave birth to a daughter, known as " Joanna of Acre" for<br />her Birthplace. The crusade was militarily unsuccessful, but Baibars of the Bahri dynasty was worried enough by<br />Edward's presence at Acre that an assassination attempt was made on the English heir in June 1272. He was wounded<br />in the arm by a dagger that was thought to be poisoned. The wound soon became seriously inflamed, and an English<br />surgeon saved him by cutting away the diseased flesh, but only after Eleanor was led from his bed, " weeping and<br />wailing." <br />They left Palestine in September 1272 and in Sicily that December they learned of Henry III's death (on 16 November<br />1272). Edward and Eleanor returned to England and were crowned together on 19 August 1274. Arranged royal<br />marriages in the Middle Ages were not always happy, but evidence indicates that Eleanor and Edward were devoted<br />to each other. Edward is among the few medieval English kings not known to have conducted extramarital affairs or<br />fathered children out of wedlock. The couple were rarely apart; she accompanied him on military campaigns in<br />Wales, famously giving birth to their son Edward on 25 April 1284 in a temporary dwelling erected for her amid the<br />construction of Caernarfon Castle.<br />Their household records witness incidents that imply a comfortable, even humorous, relationship. Each year on<br />Easter Monday, Edward let Eleanor's ladies trap him in his bed and paid them a token ransom so he could go to her<br />bedroom on the first day after Lent; so important was this custom to him that in 1291, on the first Easter Monday after<br />Eleanor's death, he gave her ladies the money he would have given them had she been alive. Edward disliked<br />ceremonies and in 1290 refused to attend the marriage of Earl Marshal Roger Bigod, 5th Earl of Norfolk; Eleanor<br />thoughtfully (or resignedly) paid minstrels to play for him while he sat alone during the wedding.<br />Eloquent testimony is found in his letter to the abbot of Cluny in France (January 1291), seeking prayers for the soul<br />of the wife " whom living we dearly cherished, and whom dead we cannot cease to love." In her memory, Edward<br />ordered the construction of twelve elaborate stone crosses between 1291 and 1294, marking the route of her funeral<br />procession between Lincoln and London.<br />Only one of Eleanor's four sons survived childhood and, even before she died, Edward worried over the succession: if<br />that son died, their daughters' husbands might cause a succession war. Despite personal grief, Edward faced his duty<br />and married again. Edward wed Marguerite of France in 1299. He delighted in the sons his new wife bore, but<br />attended memorial services for Eleanor to the end of his life, Marguerite at his side on at least one occasion.<br />John Peckham, Archbishop of Canterbury warned Eleanor that her activities in the land market caused rumor and<br />scandal across the realm. Eleanor's often aggressive acquisition of lands was an unusual degree of economic activity<br />for any medieval noblewoman, let alone a queen: between 1274 and 1290 she acquired estates worth above 2500<br />pound yearly. Edward himself initiated this process and his ministers helped her. He wanted the queen to hold lands<br />sufficient for her financial needs without drawing on funds needed for government. One of his methods to help<br />Eleanor acquire land was to give her debts Christian landlords owed Jewish moneylenders; she foreclosed on lands<br />pledged for the debts. Association with the unpopular moneylenders further blighted her reputation. On her deathbed,<br />Eleanor asked Edward to name justices to examine the officials' actions and make reparations. The surviving<br />proceedings from this inquest do reveal a pattern of ruthless exactions, often without the queen's knowledge. She<br />Page 55<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />righted such wrongs when she heard of them, but not often enough to prevent a third warning that many in England<br />thought she urged Edward to rule harshly. In fact Edward allowed her little political influence, but her officials'<br />demands were ascribed to her imagined personal severity, which was used to explain the king's administrative<br />strictness. In other words, the queen was made to wear the king's unpopular mask. It was always safer to blame a<br />foreign-born queen than to criticize a king, and easier to believe he was misled by a meddling wife. Eleanor was<br />neither the first queen nor the last to be blamed for a king's actions, but in her case the unsavory conduct of her own<br />administration made it even easier to shift such blame to her.<br />Eleanor had no impact on the political history of Edward's reign. Even in diplomatic matters her role was minor,<br />though Edward did heed her advice on the age at which their daughters could marry. Otherwise she merely bestowed<br />gifts on visiting princes or envoys. Edward always honoured his obligations to Alfonso X, but even when Alfonso's<br />need was desperate in the early 1280s, Edward did not send English knights to Castile; he sent only knights from<br />Gascony. In England, Eleanor did mediate disputes of a minor nature, but only with Edward's consent and only with<br />the help of ranking members of his council. Edward was prepared to stop her if he felt she had gone too far in any of<br />her activities, and expected his ministers to do likewise. If she was allowed no effective official role, Eleanor was an<br />intelligent woman and found satisfying outlets for her energies. She was an active patroness of vernacular literature,<br />with scribes and an illuminator in her household to copy books for her. Some of these were apparently vernacular<br />romances and saints' lives, but Eleanor's tastes ranged widely. The number and variety of new works written for her<br />show that her interests were sophisticated. On Crusade in 1272, she had De Re Militari by Vegetius translated for<br />Edward. After she succeeded her mother as countess of Ponthieu in 1279, a romance was written for her about the life<br />of a supposed 9th century count of Ponthieu. In the 1280s, Archbishop Peckham wrote a work for her to explain what<br />angels were and what they did. In January 1286 she thanked the abbot of Cerne for lending her a book--possibly a<br />treatise on chess known to have been written at Cerne in the late thirteenth century--and her accounts reveal her in<br />1290 corresponding with an Oxford master about one of her books.<br />The queen was a devoted patron of Dominican Order friars, founding several priories in England and supporting<br />their work at the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge. Not surprisingly, Eleanor's piety was of an<br />intellectual stamp; apart from her religious foundations she was not given to good works, and she left it to her<br />chaplains to distribute alms for her. She patronized many relatives, though given foreigners' unpopularity in England<br />and the criticism of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence's generosity to them, she was cautious as queen to choose<br />which cousins to support. Rather than marry her male cousins to English heiresses, which would put English wealth in<br />foreign hands, she arranged marriages for her female cousins to English barons. Edward strongly supported these<br />endeavors.<br />In the autumn of 1290, news reached Edward that Margaret, the Maid of Norway, heiress of Scotland, had died. He<br />had just held a parliament at Clipstone in Nottinghamshire, and continued to linger in those parts, presumably to<br />await news of further developments in Scotland. Eleanor followed him at a leisurely pace as she was unwell with a<br />feverish illness, probably a quartan fever first reported in 1287. After the couple left Clipstone they travelled slowly<br />toward the city of Lincoln, a destination Eleanor would never reach. Her condition worsened when they reached the<br />village of Harby, Nottinghamshire, less than 10 miles (16 km) from Lincoln. The journey was abandoned, and the<br />queen was lodged in the house of Richard de Weston, the foundations of which can still be seen near Harby's parish<br />church. After piously receiving the Church's last rites, she died there on the evening of the 28th of November 1290,<br />aged 49 and after 36 years of marriage. Edward was at her bedside to hear her final requests.<br />Edward followed her body to burial in Westminster Abbey, and erected memorial crosses at the site of each overnight<br />stop between Lincoln and Westminster. Based on crosses in France marking Louis IX's funeral procession, these<br />artistically significant monuments enhanced the image of Edward's kingship as well as witnessing his grief. The<br />" Eleanor crosses" stood at Lincoln, Grantham, Stamford, Geddington, Northampton, Stony Stratford, Woburn,<br />Dunstable, St Albans, Waltham, Westcheap, and Charing - only 3 survive, none in entirety. The best preserved is that<br />at Geddington. All 3 have lost the crosses " of immense height" that originally surmounted them; only the lower stages<br />remain. The Waltham cross has been heavily restored and to prevent further deterioration, its original statues of the<br />queen are now in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The Waltham and Northampton crosses have been<br />moved to locations different from their original sites.The monument now known as " Charing Cross" in London, in<br />front of the railway station of that name, was built in 1865 to publicise the railway hotel at Charing station. The<br />original Charing cross was at the top of Whitehall, on the south side of Trafalgar Square, but was destroyed in 1647<br />and later replaced by a statue of Charles I.<br />In the thirteenth century, embalming involved evisceration. Eleanor's viscera were buried in Lincoln Cathedral, where<br />Edward placed a duplicate of the Westminster tomb. The Lincoln tomb's original stone chest survives; its effigy was<br />destroyed in the 17th century and replaced with a 19th-century copy. On the outside of Lincoln Cathedral are two<br />statues often identified as Edward and Eleanor, but these images were heavily restored and given new heads in the<br />19th century; probably they were not originally intended to depict the couple.<br />The queen's heart was taken with the body to London and was buried in the Dominican priory at Blackfriars in<br />London. The accounts of her executors show that the monument constructed there to commemorate her heart burial<br />was richly elaborate, including wall paintings as well as an angelic statue in metal that apparently stood under a<br />carved stone canopy. It was destroyed in the 16th century during the Dissolution of the Monasteries.<br />Eleanor's funeral took place in Westminster Abbey on 17 December 1290. Her body was placed in a grave near the<br />high altar that had originally contained the coffin of Edward the Confessor and, more recently, that of King Henry III<br />until his remains were removed to his new tomb in 1290. Eleanor's body remained in this grave until the completion of<br />her own tomb. She had probably ordered that tomb before her death. It consists of a marble chest with carved<br />moldings and shields (originally painted) of the arms of England, Castile, and Ponthieu. The chest is surmounted by<br />Page 56<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />William Torel's superb gilt-bronze effigy, showing Eleanor in the same pose as the image on her great seal.<br />Eleanor of Castile's queenship is significant in English history for the evolution of a stable financial system for the<br />king's wife, and for the honing this process gave the queen-consort's prerogatives. The estates Eleanor assembled<br />became the nucleus for dower assignments made to later queens of England into the 15th century, and her<br />involvement in this process solidly established a queen-consort's freedom to engage in such transactions. Few later<br />queens exerted themselves in economic activity to the extent Eleanor did, but their ability to do so rested on the<br />precedents settled in her lifetime.<br />She can no longer be seen as a paradigm of queenly virtue, but her career can now be examined as the achievement of<br />an intelligent and determined woman who was able to meet the challenges of an exceptionally demanding life.<br />Children of Queen Eleanor and King Edward I: # The Northampton CrossDaughter, stillborn in May 1255 in<br />Bordeaux, Fr<br /># Katherine, (before June 17, 1264 - Sep 5, 1264) and buried at Westminster Abbey. #Joan, born January 1265,<br />buried at Westminster Abbey before Sep 7, 1265. #John, (13 July 1266 - August 3, 1271 at Wallingford, in the custody<br />of his granduncle, Richard, Earl of Cornwall. Buried at Westminster Abbey. #Henry of England, (May 1268 -<br />October 16, 1274). #Eleanor, (18 June 1269 - 29 August 1298). Buried 12 October 1298. She was long betrothed to<br />Alfonso III of Aragon, who died in 1291 before the marriage, and in 1293 she married Count Henry III of Bar.<br />#Juliana. (28 May 1271 Palestine - 5 September 1271) #Joan of Acre (April 1272 - April 7, 1307)<br />#Alphonso ( 24 Nov 1273-19 Aug1284) #Margaret Plantagenet, (15 March 1275 - after 1333). In 1290 she married<br />John II of Brabant, who died in 1318. #Berengaria, (1 May 1276 - before 27 June 1278), buried in Westminster<br />Abbey.<br />#Daughter, died shortly after birth at Westminster, on or about 3 January 1278. #Mary Plantagenet, Nun of<br />Amesbury,<br />(11 March 1279 - 29 May 1332), a Benedictine nun in Amesbury, Wiltshire (England) #A son, born in 1280 or 1281<br />who died very shortly after birth. #Elizabeth of Rhuddlan #Edward II of England<br />It has been suggested that Eleanor and Edward were more devoted to each other than to their children. As king and<br />queen, however, it was impossible for them to spend much time in one place, and when they were very young, the<br />children could not travel constantly with their parents. The children had a household staffed with attendants carefully<br />chosen for competence and loyalty, with whom the parents corresponded regularly. The children lived in this<br />comfortable establishment until they were about seven years old; then they began to accompany their parents for<br />important occasions, and by their teens they were with the king and queen much of the time. In 1290, Eleanor sent one<br />of her scribes to join this household, presumably to share in her children's education, and in 1306 Edward sharply<br />scolded the woman in charge of his children because she had not kept him informed of their health.<br />Two incidents cited to imply Eleanor's lack of interest in her children are easily explained in the contexts of royal<br />childrearing in general, and of particular events surrounding Edward and Eleanor's family. When their six-year-old<br />son Henry lay dying at Guildford in 1274, neither parent made the short journey from London to see him; but he was<br />tended by Edward's mother Eleanor of Provence, who had raised the boy during the four years his parents were on<br />Crusade. The grandmother was thus at that moment more familiar to him than his parents, and the better able to<br />comfort him in his illness. Since Henry was always sickly, the gravity of his illness was perhaps not realized until it<br />was too late for his parents to reach him. Similarly, Edward and Eleanor allowed her mother Jeanne to raise their<br />daughter Joan in Ponthieu (1274-78). This implies no parental lack of interest in the girl; the practice of fostering<br />noble children in other households of sufficient dignity was not unknown and Jeanne was a dowager queen of Castile.<br />Her household was thus safe and dignified, but it does appear that Edward and Eleanor had cause to regret their<br />generosity in allowing Jeanne to foster young Joan. When the girl reached England in 1278, aged six, it turned out<br />that she had been badly spoiled. She was spirited and often defiant throughout childhood, and in adulthood remained<br />a handful for Edward, defying his plans for a prestigious second marriage for her by secretly marrying one of her late<br />first husband's squires. When the marriage had to be revealed because Joan was pregnant, Edward was infuriated<br />that his dignity had been insulted by her marriage to a commoner of no importance. Joan, at twenty-five, reportedly<br />defended her conduct to her redoubtable father by saying that nobody saw anything wrong if a great earl married a<br />poor woman, so there could be nothing wrong with a countess marrying a promising young man. Whether or not her<br />retort ultimately changed his mind, Edward restored to Joan all the lands he had confiscated when he learned of her<br />secret marriage, and accepted her new husband as a son-in-law in good standing. Joan marked her restoration to<br />favor by having masses celebrated for the soul of her mother, Queen Eleanor.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Eleanor (Leonor) of CASTILE. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />224. EDWARD I " LONGSHANKS" KING OF KING OF ENGLAND (ALFONSO's great-great-granddaughter's husband) was<br />born on 17 June 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England. Edward became generally known as " Longshanks" . He was<br />christened on 21 June 1239, in Westminster, Middlesex, England. He was educated in O10; v. 9, pg. 702. He was employed<br />in Crusader bet 1270 / 1272. Longshanks was employed in King of England. Longshanks died on 7 July 1307, aged 68, in<br />en route to another campaign against the Scots. He was buried on 28 October 1307 in Westminster Abbey, Westminister,<br />Middlesex, England, and was buried on 28 October 1307 in Westminster Abbey, London, England.<br />The following information is also recorded for Longshanks: Title: King of England.<br />Note: Edward I also known as Edward Longshanks, was King of England from 1272 to 1307. The first-born son of Henry<br />III, Edward was involved early in the political intrigues of his father's reign. In 1259 he briefly sided with the reform<br />movement opposed to King Henry, supporting the Provisions of Oxford. After being reconciled with the King,<br />however, he remained loyal throughout the subsequent armed conflict, known as the Barons' War. After the Battle of<br />Lewes Edward was given as hostage to the rebellious barons, but escaped after a few months and joined the<br />Page 57<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />resistance against Simon de Montfort. Montfort was defeated at the Battle of Evesham in 1265, and within two years<br />the rebellion was extinguished. With England pacified, Edward left on crusade to the Holy Land. The crusade<br />accomplished little, and Edward was on his way home in 1272 when he was informed that his father had died. Making<br />a slow return, it was not until 1274 that he returned to England, where he was crowned king on 19 August.<br />The early years of Edward I's reign were spent reforming royal administration. An extensive legal inquiry, known as<br />the Quo warranto proceedings, investigated the rights through which various feudal liberties were held. The law was<br />reformed through a series of statutes regulating criminal and property law. Increasingly, however, Edward's attention<br />was drawn towards military affairs. After suppressing a rebellion in Wales in 1276–77, Edward responded to a<br />second rebellion in 1282–3 with a full-scale war of conquest. The campaign was successful and Wales submitted to<br />English rule; Edward building a series of castles and towns in the country that he settled with Englishmen. Next, his<br />efforts were directed towards Scotland. Initially brought in to arbitrate over a succession dispute, Edward claimed<br />feudal suzerainty over the kingdom. In the war that followed, the English seemed victorious at several points, but<br />Scottish resistance persevered. At the same time there were problems at home. In the years from 1294 to 1297, the war<br />in Scotland combined with another rebellion in Wales and a wasteful campaign to protect the English possessions in<br />France. The result was an unbearable burden of taxation on the English people, and Edward met with resistance both<br />from lay and ecclesiastical lords. These crisis was initially averted, but certain issues remained. When the king died in<br />1307, he left behind a number of financial and political problems to his son Edward II, as well as an ongoing war with<br />Scotland.<br />Edward I was a tall man for his age, hence the nickname " Longshanks" . He was also quite temperamental and<br />intimidating, and often instilled fear in his contemporaries. Nevertheless, he held the respect of his subjects for the<br />way he lived up to the medieval ideal of kingship, both as a soldier, administrator and a man of faith. Edward I is<br />credited with many accomplishments during his reign, including restoring royal authority after the reign of Henry III,<br />establishing parliament as a permanent institution and thereby also a functional system for raising taxes, and<br />reforming the law through statutes. At the same time, he is also often criticised for other actions, such as his brutal<br />conduct towards the Scots, and the expulsion of the Jews from England in 1290.<br />Edward was not a common name among the aristocracy of England after the Norman Conquest. Henry III was<br />devoted to the veneration of Edward the Confessor, and for this reason decided to name his firstborn son after the<br />saint. Though the first post-Conquest king to carry that name, Edward I was not the first English king named Edward;<br />he was preceded by the Anglo-Saxon kings Edward the Elder, Edward the Martyr, and Edward the Confessor.<br />Numerals, however, were not commonly used in Edward's time; the king was referred to simply as " King Edward" ,<br />" King Edward, son of King Henry" , or " King Edward, the first by that name after the Conquest" . It was only after the<br />succession of first his son and then his grandson – both of whom bore the same name – that " Edward I" came into<br />common usage.<br />The epithet under which Edward I is best known is probably " Longshanks" – meaning " long legs" or " long shins" – in<br />reference to his tall stature. On 2 May 1774, the Society of Antiquaries opened Edward’s tomb in Westminster Abbey.<br />They reported that his body had been well preserved over the preceding 467 years, and measured the king’s body to<br />be 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm). Edward did not codify the law, but " it be meant to denote the importance and<br />permanence of his legislation and the dignity of his position in legal history" .<br />Edward was born at the Palace of Westminster on the night of 17 June 1239, to King Henry III and Eleanor of<br />Provence. Although the young prince was seriously ill on several occasions, in 1246, 1247, and 1251, he grew up to<br />be strong and healthy. Edward was in the care of Hugh Giffard – father of the future Chancellor Godfrey Giffard –<br />until Bartholomew Pecche took over at Giffard's death in 1246. Among his childhood companions was his cousin<br />Henry of Almain, son of King Henry's brother Richard of Cornwall.<br />In 1254 there were fears that Castile might invade the English province of Gascony. As a preventative measure, it was<br />agreed that young Edward should marry Eleanor, half-sister of King Alfonso X of Castile. Eleanor and Edward were<br />married on 1 November 1254 in the monastery of Las Huelgas in Castile. As part of the marriage agreement, Alfonso<br />insisted that grants of land worth 15,000 marks a year be made to the young prince, not yet fifteen years of age.<br />Though the endowments King Henry made were sizable, the independence they provided for Edward was limited. He<br />had already received Gascony as early as 1249, but Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester had been appointed as<br />royal lieutenant there the year before, so in practice Edward derived neither authority nor revenue from this province.<br />The grant he received in 1254 included most of Ireland, and much land in Wales and England, including the earldom<br />of Chester, but the king retained much control over the land in question, particularly in Ireland, so Edward's power<br />was limited.<br />In the years from 1254 to 1257, Edward was under the influence of the court faction known as the Savoyards, relatives<br />of his mother, Eleanor of Provence. The most notable of this group was Peter of Savoy, the queen’s uncle. From 1257<br />onwards, he increasingly fell in with the Poitevin, or Lusignan faction – the half-brothers of his father Henry III – led<br />by men such as William de Valence. Both these groups were considered privileged foreigners, and were deeply<br />resented by the established English aristocracy.<br />Edward had shown independence in political matters as early as 1255 when he took sides in a local conflict in<br />Gascony, contrary to his father’s policy of mediation. In May 1258 a group of magnates drew up a document for<br />reform of the king’s government – the so-called Provisions of Oxford – largely directed against the Lusignans.<br />Edward stood by his political allies, and strongly opposed the Provisions. The reform movement had success,<br />however, and gradually Edward’s attitude started to change. In March 1259 he entered into a formal alliance with<br />one of the main reformers Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester. On 15 October, 1259 he announced that he<br />supported the barons' goals, and their leader, Simon de Montfort.<br />The motive behind Edward’s change of heart could have been purely pragmatic; Montfort was in a good position to<br />Page 58<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />support his cause in Gascony. When the king left for France in November, Edward's behaviour turned into pure<br />insubordination, as he made several appointments to advance the cause of the reformers. King Henry started<br />believing that his son was plotting to depose him. When the king returned he initially refused to see his son, but<br />through the mediation of the Earl of Cornwall and the archbishop of Canterbury the two were eventually reconciled.<br />Edward was sent abroad, and in November 1260 he once more united with the Lusignans, who had been exiled to<br />France.<br />Back in England, early in 1262, Edward fell out with some of his former allies over financial matters. A year later he<br />led a campaign in Wales against Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, with limited results. Around the same time Simon de Montfort,<br />who had been out of the country since 1261, returned to England and reignited the baronial reform movement. The<br />king gave in to the barons’ demands, but Edward – who was now firmly on the side of his father – held out. He<br />reunited with some of the men he had alienated the year before – among them Henry of Almain and John de Warenne,<br />Earl of Surrey – and retook Windsor Castle from the rebels. Through the arbitration of Louis IX of France, an<br />agreement was made between the two parties. This so-called Mise of Amiens was largely favourable to the royalist<br />side, and laid the seeds for further conflict.<br />The years 1264–1267 saw the conflict known as the Barons' War, where baronial forces led by Simon de Montfort<br />fought against those who remained loyal to the king The first scene of battle was the city of Gloucester, which Edward<br />managed to retake from the enemy. When Robert de Ferrers, earl of Derby, came to the assistance of the rebels,<br />Edward negotiated a truce with the earl, the terms of which he later broke. Edward then proceeded to capture<br />Northampton from Montfort's son Simon, before embarking on a retaliatory campaign against Derby's lands. The<br />baronial and royalist forces finally met at the Battle of Lewes, on 14 May 1264. Edward's forces performed well, but<br />the king's army nevertheless lost the battle. Edward, along with his cousin Henry of Almein, was given up as a<br />prisoner to Montfort.<br />Edward remained in captivity until March, and even after his release he was kept under strict surveillance. Then, on<br />28 May, he managed to escape his custodians, and joined up with the earl of Gloucester, who had recently defected to<br />the king's side. Montfort's support was now dwindling, and Edward retook Worcester and Gloucester with relatively<br />little effort. In the meanwhile, Montfort had made an alliance with Llywelyn, and started moving east to join forces<br />with his son Simon. Edward managed to make a surprise attack at Kenilworth Castle, where the younger Montfort<br />was quartered, before moving on to cut off the earl of Leicester. The two forces then met at the second great encounter<br />of the Barons' War – the Battle of Evesham, on 4 August 1265. Montfort stood little chance against the superior royal<br />forces, and after his defeat he was killed and mutilated in the field. The war was not over with Montfort's death, and<br />Edward participated in the continued campaigning. At Christmas he came to terms with the younger Simon de<br />Montfort and his associates in the Isle of Axholme in Lincolnshire, and in March he led a successful assault on the<br />Cinque Ports. A contingent of rebels held out in the virtually impregnable Kenilworth Castle, and did not surrender<br />until the drafting of the conciliatory Dictum of Kenilworth. In April it seemed as if Gloucester would take up the cause<br />of the reform movement, and civil war would return, but after a renegotiation of the terms of the Dictum of Kenilworth<br />the parties came to an agreement. Edward, however, was little involved in the settlement negotiations following the<br />wars; at this point his main focus was on planning his upcoming crusade.<br />Edward took the cross in an elaborate ceremony on 24 June 1268, along with his brother Edmund and cousin Henry<br />of Almain. Among others who committed themselves to the cause were former adversaries like the earl of Gloucester,<br />though the earl did not end up going. With the country pacified, the greatest impediment to the project was providing<br />sufficient finances. King Louis IX of France, who was the leader of the crusade, provided a loan of about £17,500.<br />This, however, was not enough; the rest had to be raised through a lay tax, something which had not happened since<br />1237. In May 1270, Parliament granted a tax of a twentieth, in exchange for which the king agreed to reconfirm<br />Magna Carta, and to impose restrictions on Jewish money lending. On 20 August Edward sailed from Dover for<br />France. It is impossible to determine the size of the force with any certainty, but Edward probably brought with him<br />around 225 knights and all together less than 1000 men.<br />The original goal of the crusade was to relieve the beleaguered Christian stronghold of Acre, but Louis had been<br />diverted to Tunis. The French king and his brother Charles of Anjou, who had made himself king of Sicily, decided to<br />attack the emirate in order to establish a stronghold in North Africa. The plans failed when the French forces were<br />struck by an epidemic which, on 25 August, took the life of King Louis himself. By the time Edward arrived at Tunis,<br />Charles had already signed a treaty with the emir, and there was little else to do than to return to Sicily. The crusade<br />was postponed until next spring, but a devastating storm off the coast of Sicily dissuaded Charles of Anjou and Louis's<br />successor Philip III from any further campaigning. Edward decided to continue alone, and on 9 May 1271 he finally<br />landed at Acre.<br />The situation in the Holy Land at the time of Edward's arrival was a precarious one. Jerusalem had fallen in 1187,<br />and Acre was now the centre of the Christian state. The Muslim states were on the offensive under the Mamluk<br />leadership of Baibars, and were now threatening Acre itself. Though Edward's men were an important addition to the<br />garrison, they stood little chance against Baibars' superior forces, and an initial raid at nearby St<br />Georges-de-Lebeyne in June was largely futile. An embassy to the Mongols helped bring about an attack on Aleppo in<br />the north, allowing the crusading armies a distraction. In November, Edward led a raid on Qaqun, which could have<br />served as a bridgehead to Jerusalem, but both the Mongol invasion and the attack on Qaqun failed. Things now<br />seemed increasingly desperate, and in May 1272 Hugh III of Cyprus, who was the nominal king of Jerusalem, signed<br />a ten-year truce with Baibars. Edward was initially defiant, but an attack by a Muslim assassin in June forced him to<br />abandon any further campaigning. Even though he managed to kill the assassin, he was struck in the arm by a dagger<br />feared to be poisoned, and became strongly weakened over the next months.<br />It was not until 24 September that Edward left Acre. Arriving in Sicily, he was met with the news that Henry III had<br />Page 59<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />died on 16 November. Edward was deeply saddened by this news, but rather than hurrying home at once, he made a<br />leisurely journey northwards. This was partly due to his health still being poor, but also due to a lack of urgency. The<br />political situation in England was stable after the mid-century upheavals, and Edward was proclaimed king at his<br />father's death, rather than at his own coronation, as had up until then been customary. The new king embarked on an<br />overland journey through Italy and France, where among other things he visited the pope in Rome and suppressed a<br />rebellion in Gascony. Only on 2 August 1274 did he return to England, and was crowned on 19 August.<br />Upon returning home, Edward immediately embarked on the administrative business of the nation, and his major<br />concern was restoring order and re-establishing royal authority after the disastrous reign of his father. In order to<br />accomplish this he immediately ordered an extensive change of administrative personnel. The most important of these<br />was the appointment of Robert Burnell as chancellor; a man who would remain in the post until 1292, as one of the<br />king's closest associates. Edward then proceeded to replace most local officials, such as the escheators and sheriffs.<br />This last measure was done in preparation for an extensive inquest covering all of England, that would hear<br />complaints about abuse of power by royal officers. The inquest produced the so-called Hundred Rolls, from the<br />administrative sub-division of the hundred.<br />The second purpose of the inquest was to establish what land and rights the crown had lost during the reign of Henry<br />III. The Hundred Rolls formed the basis for the later legal inquiries called the Quo warranto proceedings. The<br />purpose of these inquiries was to establish by what warrant various liberties were held. If the defendant could not<br />produce a royal licence to prove the grant of the liberty, then it was the crown's opinion – based on the writings of<br />Bracton – that the liberty should revert to the king. This caused great consternation among the aristocracy, who<br />insisted that long use in itself constituted license. A compromise was eventually reached in 1290, whereby a liberty<br />was considered legitimate as long as it could be shown to have been exercised since the coronation of King Richard I,<br />in 1189. Royal gains from the Quo warranto proceedings were insignificant; few liberties were returned to the king.<br />Edward had nevertheless won a significant victory, in clearly establishing the principle that all liberties essentially<br />emanated from the crown.<br />The 1290 Statute of Quo warranto was only one part of a wider legislative effort, which was one of the most important<br />contributions of Edward I's reign.This era of legislative action had started already at the time of the baronial reform<br />movement; the Statute of Marlborough (1267) contained elements both of the Provisions of Oxford and the Dictum of<br />Kenilworth. The compilation of the Hundred Rolls was followed shortly after by the issue of Westminster I (1275),<br />which asserted the royal prerogative and outlined restrictions on liberties. In Mortmain (1279), the issue was grants<br />of land to the church. The first clause of Westminster II (1285), known as De donis conditionalibus, dealt with family<br />settlement of land, and entails. Merchants (1285) established firm rules for the recovery of debts, while Winchester<br />(1285) dealt with peacekeeping on a local level. Quia emptores (1290) – issued along with Quo warranto – set out to<br />remedy land ownership disputes resulting from alienation of land by subinfeudation. The age of the great statutes<br />largely ended with the death of Robert Burnell in 1292.<br />Llywelyn ap Gruffudd enjoyed an advantageous situation in the aftermath of the Barons' War. Through the 1267<br />Treaty of Montgomery he officially obtained land he had conquered in the Four Cantrefs of Perfeddwlad, and was<br />recognised in his title of Prince of Wales. Armed conflicts nevertheless continued, in particular with certain<br />dissatisfied Marcher Lords, such as the earl of Gloucester, Roger Mortimer and Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of<br />Hereford. Problems were exacerbated when his younger brother Dafydd and Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn of Powys,<br />after a failed assassination attempt against Llywelyn, defected to the English in 1274. Citing ongoing hostilities and<br />the English king harbouring his enemies, Llywelyn refused to do homage to Edward. For Edward, a further<br />provocation came in the form of Llywelyn's planned marriage to Eleanor, daughter of Simon de Montfort. In<br />November 1276 war was declared. Initial operations were launched under the captaincy of Mortimer, Lancaster<br />(Edward's brother Edmund) and William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. Support for Llywelyn was weak among his<br />own countrymen. In July 1277 Edward invaded with a force of 15,500 – of whom 9,000 were Welshmen. The<br />campaign never came to a major battle, and Llywelyn soon realised he had no choice but to surrender. By the Treaty<br />of Aberconwy in November 1277, he was left only with the land of Gwynedd, though he was allowed to retain the title<br />of Prince of Wales. When war broke out again in 1282, it was an entirely different undertaking. For the Welsh this<br />war was over national identity, enjoying wide support, provoked particularly by attempts to impose English law on<br />Welsh subjects. For Edward it became a war of conquest rather than simply a punitive expedition, like the former<br />campaign.The war started with a rebellion by Dafydd, who was discontented with the reward he had received from<br />Edward in 1277. Llywelyn and other Welsh chieftains soon joined in, and initially the Welsh experienced military<br />success. In June, Gloucester was defeated at the Battle of Llandeilo Fawr. On 6 November, while John Peckham,<br />archbishop of Canterbury, was conducting peace negotiations, Edward's commander of Anglesey, Luke de Tany,<br />decided to carry out a surprise attack. A pontoon bridge had been built to the mainland, but shortly after Tany and his<br />men crossed over, they were ambushed by the Welsh, and suffered heavy losses at the Battle of Moel-y-don. The Welsh<br />advances ended on December 11, however, when Llywelyn was lured into a trap and killed at the Battle of Orewin<br />Bridge. The submission of Wales was complete with the capture in June 1283 of Dafydd, who was taken to Shrewsbury<br />and executed as a traitor the following autumn. Further rebellions occurred in 1287-8 and – more seriously – in<br />1294-5 under Madog ap Llywelyn. This last conflict demanded the king's own attention, but in both cases the<br />rebellions were put down. By the 1284 Statute of Rhuddlan, the Principality of Wales was incorporated into England,<br />and Wales was given an administrative system like the English, with counties policed by sheriffs. English law was<br />introduced in criminal cases, though the Welsh were allowed to maintain their own customary laws in some cases of<br />property disputes. After 1277, and increasingly after 1283, Edward embarked on a full-scale project of English<br />settlement of Wales, creating new towns like Flint, Aberystwyth, and Rhuddlan. An extensive project of castle-building<br />was also initiated. The assignment was given to Master James of Saint George, a prestigious architect whom Edward<br />Page 60<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />had met in Savoy on his return from crusade. Among the major buildings were the castles of Beaumaris, Caernarfon,<br />Conwy and Harlech. In 1284, King Edward's son Edward – the later Edward II – was born at Caernarfon Castle, and<br />it was also here, in 1301, that the young Edward was the first English prince to be invested with the title of Prince of<br />Wales.<br />Edward never again went on crusade after his return to England in 1274, but he maintained an intention to do so, and<br />took the cross again in 1287. This intention guided much of his foreign policy, until at least 1291. To stage a<br />European-wide crusade, it was essential to prevent conflict between the greater princes on the Continent. A major<br />obstacle to this was represented by the conflict between the kingdom of Aragon in Spain and the French House of<br />Anjou ruling southern Italy. In 1282, the citizens of Palermo rose up against Charles of Anjou, and turned for help to<br />Peter of Aragon, in what has become known as the Sicilian Vespers. In the war that followed, Charles of Anjou's son<br />Charles of Salerno was taken prisoner by the Aragonese. The French began planning an attack on Aragon, raising the<br />prospect of a large-scale European war. To Edward it was imperative that such a war be avoided, and in Paris in<br />1286, he brokered a truce between France and Aragon that helped secure Charles' release. As far as the crusades<br />were concerned, however, Edward's efforts proved ineffective. A devastating blow to his plans came in 1291, when the<br />Mamluks captured Acre, the last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land.<br />As Duke of Aquitaine, Edward was a vassal of the French king.After the fall of Acre, Edward's international role<br />changed from that of a diplomat to an antagonist. He had long been deeply involved in the affairs of his own Duchy of<br />Gascony. In 1278 he assigned an investigating commission to his trusted associates Otto de Grandson and the<br />chancellor Robert Burnell, which caused the replacement of the seneschal Luke de Tany. In 1286 he visited the region<br />himself, and stayed for almost three years. The perennial problem, however, was the status of Gascony within the<br />kingdom of France, and Edward's role as the French king's vassal. On his diplomatic mission in 1286, Edward had<br />paid homage to the new king, Philip IV, but in 1294 Philip declared Gascony forfeit when Edward refused to appear<br />before him in Paris to discuss the recent conflict between English, Gascon, and French sailors (that had resulted in<br />several French ships being captured, along with the sacking of the French port of La Rochelle)<br />In the war that followed, Edward planned for a two-pronged attack. While the English forces focused on Gascony,<br />alliances were made with the princes of the Low Countries, Germany, and Burgundy, who would attack France from<br />the north. The alliances proved volatile, however, and Edward was facing trouble at home at the time, both in Wales<br />and Scotland. It was not until August 1297 that he was finally able to sail for Flanders, at which times his allies there<br />had already suffered defeat. The support from Germany never materialised, and Edward was forced to seek peace.<br />His marriage to the French princess Margaret in 1299 put an end to the war, but the whole affair had proven both<br />costly and fruitless for the English.<br />The relationship between the nations of England and Scotland by the 1280s was one of relatively harmonious<br />coexistence. The issue of homage did not reach the same level of controversy as it did in Wales; in 1278 King<br />Alexander III of Scotland paid homage to Edward I, but apparently only for the lands he held of Edward in England.<br />Problems arose only with the Scottish succession crisis of the early 1290s. In the years from 1281 to 1284,<br />Alexander's two sons and one daughter died in quick succession. Then, in 1286, King Alexander died himself, leaving<br />as heir to the throne of Scotland 3 year old Margaret, the Maid of Norway, born in 1283 to Alexander's daughter<br />Margaret and King Eric II of Norway. By the Treaty of Birgham it was agreed that Margaret should marry King<br />Edward's then 1 year old son Edward of Carnarvon, though Scotland would remain free of English overlordship.<br />The Scottish coronation stone remained at Westminster until it was returned to Scotland in 1996.Margaret, now 7<br />years of age, sailed from Norway for Scotland in the autumn of 1290, but fell ill on the way and died in Orkney. This<br />left the country without an obvious heir, and led to the succession dispute known to history as the Great Cause. Even<br />though as many as fourteen claimants put forward their claims to the title, the real contest was between John Balliol<br />and Robert Bruce.The Scottish magnates made a request to Edward to arbitrate in the dispute. At Birgham, with the<br />prospect of a personal union between the two realms, the question of suzerainty had not been of great importance to<br />Edward. Now he insisted that, if he were to settle the contest, he had to be fully recognised as Scotland's feudal<br />overlord. The Scots were reluctant to make such a concession, and replied that since the country had no king, no one<br />had the authority to make this decision. This problem was circumvented when the competitors agreed that the realm<br />would be handed over to Edward until a rightful heir had been found. After a lengthy hearing, a decision was made in<br />favour of John Balliol on 17 November 1292.<br />Even after Balliol's accession, Edward still continued to assert his authority over Scotland. Against the objections of<br />the Scots, he agreed to hear appeals on cases ruled on by the court of guardians that had governed Scotland during<br />the interregnum. A further provocation came in a case brought by Macduff, son of Malcolm, Earl of Fife, where<br />Edward demanded Balliol appear in person before the English Parliament to answer the charges. This the Scottish<br />king did, but the final straw was Edward's demand that the Scottish magnates provide military service in the war<br />against France. This was unacceptable; the Scots instead formed an alliance with France, and launched an<br />unsuccessful attack on Carlisle. Edward responded by invading Scotland in 1296, and taking the town of Berwick in a<br />particularly bloody attack. At the Battle of Dunbar, Scottish resistance was effectively crushed. Edward confiscated<br />the Stone of Destiny – the Scottish coronation stone – and brought it to Westminster, deposed Balliol and placed him<br />in the Tower of London, and installed Englishmen to govern the country. When handling the Great Seal of Scotland<br />king Edward exclaimed: " a man does good business when he rids himself of a turd." <br />Physically, Edward was an imposing man; at 6 foot 2 inches he towered over most of his contemporaries. He also had<br />a reputation for a fierce temper, and he could be intimidating; one story tells of how the Dean of St Paul's, wishing to<br />confront Edward over the high level of taxation in 1295, fell down and died once he was in the king's presence. This<br />fear was not unwarranted; Edward could have a violent temper. When Edward of Caernarfon demanded an earldom<br />for his favourite Gaveston, the king erupted in anger and supposedly tore out handfuls of his son's hair. Some of his<br />Page 61<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />contemporaries considered Edward frightening, particularly in his early days. The Song of Lewes in 1264 described<br />him as a leopard, an animal regarded as particularly powerful and unpredictable. Despite these frightening character<br />traits, however, Edward's contemporaries considered him an able, even an ideal, king. Though not loved by his<br />subjects, he was feared and respected. He met contemporary expectations of kingship in his role as an able,<br />determined soldier and in his embodiment of shared chivalric ideals. In religious observance he also fulfilled the<br />expectations of his age: he attended chapel regularly and gave alms generously. Eleanor of Castile died on 28<br />November 1290. Edward was very devoted to his queen, and was deeply affected by her death. He displayed his grief<br />by erecting twelve so-called Eleanor crosses, one at each place where her funeral cortège stopped for the night.<br />Citation: Source 33 on 21 April 2010, page Edward I " Longshanks" King Of ENGLAND. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England married Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223. They had nineteen<br />children:<br />Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203 in 1264<br />Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204 in 1265<br />John Prince Of ENGLAND205 in 1266<br />Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206 in 1267<br />Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207 in 1271<br />Joan of Acre208 in 1272<br />Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209 in 1272<br />Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210 in 1273<br />Isabel Princess Of ENGLAND211 in 1274<br />Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212 in 1275<br />Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213 in 1276<br />Mary Princess Of ENGLAND214 in 1278<br />Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215 in 1279<br />Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216 in 1282<br />Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 in 1282<br />Edward II King Of King of England218 in 1284<br />Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND220 in 1286<br />Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND221 in 1290<br />Joan Plantagenet222<br />This family is shown as family tree 32.<br />Generation of Great-Grandchildren<br />225. FERDINAND III OF FERNANDO OF CASTILLE (ALFONSO's great-grandson) was born on 5 August 1199 in Valparaíso<br />Monastery (Peleas de Arriba, Zamora) to Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 and BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229, as shown<br />in family tree 34. Ferdinand died on 30 May 1252, aged 52, in Seville, Andalucia, Spain. He was buried in Cathedral of<br />Seville, Spain.<br />(Ferdinand married twice. He was married to Joan Countess of Ponthieu226 and Jeanne Unknown227.)<br />Note: Saint Ferdinand III was the King of Castile from 1217 and King of Galicia and Leon from 1230. Through his second<br />marriage he was Count of Aumale. He finished the work done by his maternal grandfather Alfonso VIII and<br />consolidated the Reconquista. In 1231, he permanently united Castile and Galicia-León. He was canonized in 1671<br />and, in Spanish, he is Fernando el Santo, San Fernando or San Fernando Rey. His parents' marriage was annulled<br />by order of Pope Innocent III in 1204, due to consanguinity. Berenguela took their children, including Ferdinand, to<br />the court of her father. In 1217, her younger brother Henry I died and she succeeded him to the Castilian throne, but<br />she immediately surrendered it to her son Ferdinand, for whom she initially acted as regent. When Alfonso died in<br />1230, Ferdinand also inherited León, though he had to fight for it with Alfonso's designated heirs, Sancha and Dulce,<br />the daughters of his first wife. He thus became the first sovereign of both kingdoms following the deat of Alfonso VII<br />in 1157. Early in his reign, Ferdinand had to deal with a rebellion of the House of Lara. He also established a<br />permanent border with the Kingdom of Aragon by the Treaty of Almizra (1244). St Ferdinand spent much of his reign<br />fighting the Moors. Through diplomacy and war, exploiting the internal dissensions in the Moorish kingdoms, he<br />triumphed in expanding Castilian power over southern Iberian Peninsula. He captured the towns of Úbeda in 1233,<br />Córdoba in 1236, Jaén in 1246, and Seville in 1248, and occupied Murcia in 1243, reconquering all Andalusia save<br />Granada, whose king nevertheless did homage to Ferdinand. Ferdinand divided the conquered territories between the<br />Knights, the Church, and the nobility, whom he endowed with great latifundias. When he took Córdoba, he ordered<br />the Liber Iudiciorum to be adopted and observed by its citizens, and caused it to be rendered into Castilian. The<br />capture of Córdoba was the result of an uneven and uncoordinated process whereby parts (the Ajarquía) of the city<br />first fell to the independent almogavars of the Sierra Morena to the north, which Ferdinand had not at the time<br />subjugated. Only in 1236 did Ferdinand arrive with a royal army to take Medina, the religious and administrative<br />centre of the city. Ferdinand set up a council of partidores to divide the conquests and between 1237 and 1244 a great<br />deal of land was parcelled out to private individuals and members of the royal family as well as the Church. On 10<br />March 1241, Ferdinand established seven outposts to define the boundary of the province of Córdoba. On the<br />domestic front, he strengthened the University of Salamanca and founded the current Cathedral of Burgos. He was a<br />patron of the newest movement in the Church: that of the friars. Whereas the Benedictines and then the Cistercians<br />Page 62<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />and Cluniacs had taken a major part in the Reconquista up til then, Ferdinand founded Dominican, Franciscan,<br />Trinitarian, and Mercedarian houses in Andalusia, thus determining the religious future of that region. Ferdinand has<br />also been credited with sustaining the convivencia in Andalusia. The Primera Crónica General de España asserts<br />that, on his death bed, Ferdinand commended his son " you are rich in lands and in many good vassals — more so<br />than any other king in Christendom," in recognition of his expansive conquests. He was buried within the Cathedral of<br />Seville by his son Alfonso X. His tomb is inscribed with four languages: Arabic, Hebrew, Latin, and an early<br />incarnation of Castilian. St Ferdinand was canonized by Pope Clement X in 1671. Several places named San<br />Fernando were founded across the Spanish Empire.<br />The symbol of his power as a king was his sword Lobera.<br />In 1219, Ferdinand married Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen (1203–1235), daughter of the German king Philip of Swabia<br />and Irene Angelina. Elisabeth was called Beatriz in Spain. Their children were: #Alfonso X, his successor #Fadrique<br />#Ferdinand (1225–1243/1248) #Eleanor (born 1227), died young #Berenguela (1228–1288/89), a nun at Las<br />Huelgas<br />Henry #Philip (1231–1274). He was promised to the Church, but was so taken by the beauty of Princess Kristina of<br />Norway, daughter of Haakon IV of Norway, who had been intended as a bride for one of his brothers, that he<br />abandoned his holy vows and married her. She died in 1262, childless. #Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo and Seville<br />(1233–1261)<br />#Juan Manuel, Lord of Villena #Maria, died an infant in November 1235<br />After he was widowed, he married Joan, Countess of Ponthieu, before August 1237. .<br />Citation: Source 32 on 21 April 2010, page Ferdinand III of Castille. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />226. JOAN COUNTESS OF PONTHIEU (ALFONSO's great-grandson's wife) was born in 1220 to Simon de Dammartin Count<br />de Ponthieu and Marie,of Ponthieu Countess de Montreuil. Joan died on 16 March 1279, aged about 58, in Abbeville. She<br />was buried in Monastry of Worth.<br />Note: Joan of Dammartin (French: Jeanne de Dammartin was Queen consort of Castile and León, suo jure Countess of<br />Ponthieu (1251-1279) and Montreuil (1251-1279). Joan was the eldest daughter of Simon of Dammartin. After secret<br />negotiations were undertaken in 1234, it was agreed that Joan would marry King Henry III of England. This marriage<br />would have been politically unacceptable to the French, since Joan stood to inherit not only her mother's county of<br />Ponthieu but also the county of Aumale that was vested in her father's family. Ponthieu bordered on the duchy of<br />Normandy, and Aumale lay within Normandy itself. The French king Philip Augustus had seized Normandy from King<br />John of England as recently as 1205, and Philip's heirs could not risk the English monarchy recovering any land in<br />that area, since it might allow the Plantagenets to re-establish control in Normandy. Joan's father Simon had become<br />involved in a conspiracy of northern French noblemen against Philip Augustus and to win pardon from Philip's son<br />Louis VIII, Simon—who had only daughters<br />—was compell ed to promise that he would marry neither of his two eldest daughters without the permission of the<br />king of France. In 1235, the queen-regent of France, Blanche of Castile, invoked that promise on behalf of her son,<br />King Louis IX of France, and threatened to deprive Simon of all his lands if Joan married Henry III. Henry therefore<br />abandoned the project for his marriage to Joan and in January 1236 married Eleanor of Provence, the sister of Louis<br />IX's wife.<br />In November 1235, Blanche of Castile's nephew, King Ferdinand III of Castile, lost his wife, Elisabeth of<br />Hohenstaufen, and Blanche's sister Berengaria of Castile, Ferdinand's mother, was concerned that her widowed son<br />might involve himself in liaisons that were unsuited to his dignity as king. Berengaria determined to find her son<br />another wife, and her sister Blanche suggested the young Joan of Dammartin, whose marriage to the king of Castile<br />would keep her inheritance from falling into hostile hands. In October 1237, at the age of about seventeen, Joan<br />married in Burgos, King Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon. They had: #Ferdinand (1239–ca 1265) #Eleanor,#Louis<br />(1243–ca 1275) #Simon (1244), died young and buried in a monastery in Toledo #John (1245), died young and buried<br />at the cathedral in Córdoba<br />Upon her mother's death in 1251, Joan succeeded to the titles of Countess of Ponthieu and Countess of Montreuil<br />which she held in her own right. After Ferdinand III died in 1252, Joan did not enjoy a cordial relationship with his<br />heir, her stepson Alfonso X of Castile, with whom she quarreled over some of the lands and income she should have<br />received as dowager queen of Castile. Sometime in 1253, she became the ally and supporter of another of her<br />stepsons, Henry of Castile, who also felt Alfonso had not allowed him all the wealth their father had meant him to<br />have. Joan unwisely attended secret meetings with Henry and his supporters, and it was rumored that she and Henry<br />were lovers. This further strained her relations with Alfonso and in 1254, shortly before her daughter Eleanor was to<br />marry Edward of England, Jeanne and her eldest son Ferdinand left Castile and returned to her native Ponthieu. In<br />1260, Joan took a second husband, Jean de Nesle, Seigneur de Falvy et de La Hérelle (died 2 February 1292). This<br />marriage is sometimes said to have produced a daughter, Béatrice, but she was in fact a child of Jean de Nesle's first<br />marriage. In 1263, Joan was recognized as countess of Aumale after the death of a childless Dammartin cousin. But<br />her son Ferdinand died around 1265, leaving a young son known as John de Ponthieu.<br />During her marriage to Jean de Nesle, Joan ran up considerable debts and appears to have allowed her rights as<br />countess in Ponthieu to weaken. The death of her son Ferdinand made her next son, Louis, her heir in Ponthieu but<br />around 1275 he, too, died, leaving two children. But according to inheritance customs in Picardy, where Ponthieu lay,<br />Joan's young grandson John de Ponthieu could not succeed her there; her heir in Ponthieu automatically became her<br />adult daughter Eleanor, who was married to Edward I of England. It does not appear that Joan was displeased at the<br />prospect of having Ponthieu pass under English domination; from 1274 to 1278, in fact, she had her granddaughter<br />Joan of Acre (the daughter of Edward I and Eleanor) with her in Ponthieu, and appears to have treated the girl so<br />Page 63<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />indulgently that when she was returned to England her parents found that she was thoroughly spoiled.<br />That same indulgent nature appears to have made Joan inattentive to her duties as countess. When she died her<br />daughter and son-in-law were thus confronted with Joan's vast debts, and to prevent the king of France from involving<br />himself in the county's affairs, they had to pay the debts quickly by taking out loans from citizens in Ponthieu and from<br />wealthy abbeys in France. They also had to deal with a lengthy legal struggle with Eleanor's nephew, John of<br />Ponthieu, to whom Joan bequeathed a great deal of land in Ponthieu as well as important legal rights connected with<br />those estates. The dispute was resolved when John of Ponthieu was recognized as Joan's successor in Aumale<br />according to the inheritance customs that prevailed in Normandy, while Edward and Eleanor retained Ponthieu and<br />John gave up all his claims there. By using English wealth, Edward and Eleanor restored stability to the<br />administration and the finances of Ponthieu, and added considerably to the comital estate by purchasing large<br />amounts of land there.<br />Citation: Source 32 on 21 April 2010, page Joan of Ponthieu. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 married Joan Countess of Ponthieu. They had one daughter:<br />Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 in 1241<br />This family is shown as family tree 33.<br />227. JEANNE UNKNOWN (ALFONSO's great-grandson's wife).<br />Citation: Source 37 on 21 April 2010, page Jeanne. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 married Jeanne Unknown.<br />Generation of Grandchildren<br />228. ALFONSO IX OF KING OF OF CASTILLE (ALFONSO's grandson) was born on 15 August 1171 in Zamora, Leon,<br />Castilla-Leon, Spain to FERDINAND II De LEON230 and URRACA DePORTUGAL231, as shown in family tree 35.<br />Alfonso died '23 September or 24, 1230)' in Sarria, Lugo, Galicia, Spain.<br />229. BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ (ALFONSO's grandson's wife) was born in 1181 in Castile. BEREGARIA died on 8 November<br />1246, aged about 65, in Burgos, Burgos, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />Citation: Source 34 on 21 April 2010, page BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228, aged 26, married BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ, aged about 16, in December 1197<br />in Valladolid, Valladolid, Castilla-Leon, Spain. They had one son:<br />Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 in 1199<br />This family is shown as family tree 34.<br />Generation of Children<br />230. FERDINAND II DE LEON (ALFONSO's son) was born in 1137 in Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain to ALFONSO VII<br />DeCASTILE235 and BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236, as shown in family tree 36.<br />FERDINAND died on 22 January 1188, aged about 50, in Zamora, Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />Citation: Source 34 on 21 April 2010, page FERDINAND De LEON. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />231. URRACA DEPORTUGAL (ALFONSO's daughter-in-law) was born in 1151 in Coimbra, Portugal to AFFONSO<br />HENRIQUEZ and MATILDE SAVOY. URRACA died in 1178, aged about 27, in Spain.<br />Citation: Source 34 on 21 April 2010, page URRACA DePORTUGAL. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />FERDINAND II De LEON230 married URRACA DePORTUGAL. They had one son:<br />Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 in 1171<br />This family is shown as family tree 35.<br />232. CONSTANCE DE CASTILE (ALFONSO's daughter) was born to ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 and BEREGUELA<br />RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236, as shown in family tree 36. Constance died in 1160.<br />Citation: Source 21 on 21 April 2010, page Constance de Castile. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />233. SANCHO III DE CASTILE (ALFONSO's son) was born to ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 and BEREGUELA<br />RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236, as shown in family tree 36. Sancho died in 1158.<br />Citation: Source 21 on 21 April 2010, page Sancho III de Castile. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />234. SANCHA DE CASTILE (ALFONSO's daughter) was born in 1154 to ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 and Rixa Piast237, as<br />shown in family tree 37.<br />Page 64<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Direct Relations<br />Citation: Source 21 on 22 April 2010, page Sancha de Castile. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Generation of Peers<br />235. ALFONSO VII DECASTILE (The subject of this report) was born on 1 March 1105 in Castilla, Spain to Raymond de<br />Burgundy238 and Urraca I de Castile239, as shown within family tree 37. ALFONSO died on 21 August 1157, aged 52, in<br />España.<br />(ALFONSO married twice. He was married to BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236 and Rixa<br />Piast237.)<br />Citation: Source 34 on 21 April 2010, page ALFONSO DeCASTILE. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />236. BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO BERENGARIA DEBARCELONA (ALFONSO's wife) was born in 1116 in Barcelona,<br />Catalonia, Spain to Raymond Berengar I de Provence and Dulcia de Givaudan. BEREGUELA died on 3 February 1149,<br />aged about 32, in Palencia, Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />Citation: Source 34 on 21 April 2010, page BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO DeBARCELONA. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235, aged about 23, married BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA,<br />aged about 12, in 1128. They had three children:<br />FERDINAND II De LEON230 in 1137<br />Constance de Castile232<br />Sancho III de Castile233<br />This family is shown as family tree 36.<br />237. RIXA PIAST (ALFONSO's wife) was born in 1130.<br />Citation: Source 21 on 22 April 2010, page Rixa Piast. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235, aged about 47, married Rixa Piast, aged about 22, in 1152. They had one daughter:<br />Sancha de Castile234 in 1154<br />This family is shown as family tree 37.<br />Generation of Parents<br />238. RAYMOND DE BURGUNDY (ALFONSO's father) was born in 1070. Raymond died in 1107, aged about 37.<br />Citation: Source 21 on 22 April 2010, page Raymond de Burgundy. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />239. URRACA I DE CASTILE (ALFONSO's mother) was born in 1082. Urraca died in 1157, aged about 75.<br />Citation: Source 21 on 22 April 2010, page Urraca I de Castile. Highly reliable.<br />Added by confirming a Smart Match.<br />Raymond de Burgundy238 married Urraca I de Castile. They had one son:<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 in 1105<br />This family is shown within family tree 37.<br />Page 65<br />5. FAMILY TREES<br />Each family tree shows the reported children, parents, grandparents and great-grandparents of a family group. In order to reduce<br />redundancy, any family group which is wholly included within another family tree may not be reported separately.<br />Above each of the great-grandparent boxes (top row), a continuation family tree reference number is shown if the<br />great-grandparent is recorded as a child in the continuation tree. A continuation reference number is also shown to the left of a<br />grandparent or parent box if that individual has siblings reported in the continuation tree; and beneath a child box (bottom row) if<br />that individual has children reported in the continuation tree.<br />In cases of multiple marriages, a continuation reference number preceded by " =" is shown to the right of a parent box. This<br />number references the previous and/or next tree in which that individual is shown with another partner.<br />In cases of adopted (or fostered) children, the parental connection is shown with a dashed line and a continuation reference number<br />preceded by " =" is shown within the individual's box. This number references the tree in which that individual is shown with his<br />or her natural parents.<br />1. BIDDLE, John Lavonne and PITTS, Marjorie C. Louise<br />2. BIDDLE, John Lavonne Lavon and PITTS, Marjorie C. Louise<br />3. PITTS, Laban Thomas and CLICK, Essie<br />4. CLICK, Harvey John and DEHART, Mary Elizabeth<br />5. CLICK, Harry " Harvey" <br />6. CLICK, David A. and PATTON, Nancy<br />7. PATTON, Samuel Allen and ALLEN, Elizabeth Collingsworth<br />8. PATTON, James Henry and GRAHAM, Florence<br />9. PATTON, John and ANDERSON, Mary<br />10. PATTON, John and STEELE, Janet Martha<br />11. PATTON, John and ROGERS, Mary Sarah<br />12. PATTON, John and SNODGRASS, Agnes<br />13. PATTON, Henry and LYNN, Sarah Cameron<br />14. LYNN, David and PATTON, Margaret<br />15. LYNN, Andrew and BLAIR, Ann Miss Margaret<br />16. BLAIR, Gavin and CRAWFURD, Isabel<br />17. HAMILTON, John and SEMPLE, Grisel<br />18. BLAIR, Alexander and SEMPLE, Grisel<br />19. SEMPLE, Robert and HAMILTON, Isabel<br />20. HAMILTON, Alexander and CUNNINGHAM, Marion<br />21. HAMILTON, John and MAXWELL, Marion<br />22. UNKNOWN, Archibald and STEWART, Mary<br />23. HAMILTON, James II and STEWART, Mary<br />24. STEWART, James I I King of Scotland II and STEWART, Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie<br />25. STUART, James , I, King Of SCOTLAND and BEAUFORT, Joan<br />26. STEWART, James and BEAUFORT, Joan<br />27. DE BEAUFORT, John and HOLLAND, Margaret<br />28. PLANTAGENET, John of Gaunt and DE ROET, Katherine<br />29. ENGLAND, Edward III of King and HAINSAULT, Phillippa Countess of<br />30. ENGLAND, Edward III of King and ENGLAND, Philippa Queen Of<br />31. KING OF ENGLAND, Edward II King Of and FRANCE, Isabelle Princess of<br />32. KING OF ENGLAND, Edward I " Longshanks" King Of and OF CASTILE, Eleanor (Leonor) of<br />33. OF CASTILLE, Ferdinand III of Fernando and OF PONTHIEU, Joan Countess<br />34. OF CASTILLE, Alfonso IX of King of and ALFONSEZ, BEREGARIA<br />35. DE LEON, FERDINAND II and DEPORTUGAL, URRACA<br />36. DECASTILE, ALFONSO VII and DEBARCELONA, BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria<br />37. DECASTILE, ALFONSO VII and PIAST, Rixa<br />Page 66<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />1. John Lavonne Biddle and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts<br />Harvey J<br />Click<br />1892-1964<br />34<br />5...<br />Mary E<br />DeHart<br />1877-<br />35<br />4...<br />Laban T<br />Pitts<br />1889-1972<br />28<br />Essie<br />Click<br />1891-1966<br />27<br />John L<br />Biddle<br />1918-1987<br />10<br />Marjorie C L<br />Pitts<br />1924-2008<br />9<br />3...<br />=2<br />John P<br />Biddle<br />1942-<br />1<br />2. John Lavonne Lavon Biddle and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts<br />Harvey J<br />Click<br />1892-1964<br />34<br />5...<br />Mary E<br />DeHart<br />1877-<br />35<br />4...<br />Laban T<br />Pitts<br />1889-1972<br />28<br />Essie<br />Click<br />1891-1966<br />27<br />John L L<br />Biddle<br />1918-1987<br />11<br />Marjorie C L<br />Pitts<br />1924-2008<br />9<br />3...<br />=1<br />John P<br />Biddle<br />1942-<br />3<br />Carolyn S<br />Biddle<br />1943-<br />7<br />Page 67<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />3. Laban Thomas Pitts and Essie Click<br />Harry<br />Click<br />1832-1900<br />36<br />6...<br />Harvey J<br />Click<br />1892-1964<br />34<br />Mary E<br />DeHart<br />1877-<br />35<br />Laban T<br />Pitts<br />1889-1972<br />28<br />Essie<br />Click<br />1891-1966<br />27<br />4...<br />Roby W<br />Pitts<br />1916-1964<br />8<br />Raymond<br />Pitts<br />12<br />David<br />Pitts<br />14<br />Dave<br />Pitts<br />16<br />David<br />Pitts<br />18<br />Raymond<br />Pitts<br />20<br />Robie<br />Pitts<br />22<br />Plus<br />3 Additional<br />Children<br />Marjorie C L<br />Pitts<br />1924-2008<br />9<br />...1<br />Robie<br />Pitts<br />13<br />David<br />Pitts<br />15<br />Marjorie L<br />Pitts<br />17<br />Robie<br />Pitts<br />19<br />Robert<br />Pitts<br />1924-<br />21<br />Raymond<br />Pitts<br />23<br />4. Harvey John Click and Mary Elizabeth DeHart<br />David A<br />Click<br />1808-1898<br />47<br />6...<br />Nancy<br />Patton<br />1809-1890<br />46<br />7...<br />Harry<br />Click<br />1832-1900<br />36<br />Harvey J<br />Click<br />1892-1964<br />34<br />5...<br />Mary E<br />DeHart<br />1877-<br />35<br />Essie<br />Click<br />1891-1966<br />27<br />...3<br />Elsie M<br />Glick<br />1892-<br />29<br />Lilly<br />Click<br />1895-<br />30<br />Willard<br />Click<br />1900-1981<br />31<br />Arnold<br />Click<br />1902-1990<br />32<br />Raymond<br />Click<br />1905-<br />33<br />Page 68<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />5. Harry " Harvey" Click<br />Samuel A<br />Patton<br />1788-1869<br />61<br />8...<br />Elizabeth C<br />Allen<br />1794-1874<br />62<br />David A<br />Click<br />1808-1898<br />47<br />Nancy<br />Patton<br />1809-1890<br />46<br />Harry<br />Click<br />1832-1900<br />36<br />6...<br />Harvey J<br />Click<br />1892-1964<br />34<br />...4<br />6. David A. Click and Nancy Patton<br />James H<br />Patton<br />1750-1818<br />65<br />9...<br />Florence<br />Graham<br />1762-1840<br />66<br />Samuel A<br />Patton<br />1788-1869<br />61<br />Elizabeth C<br />Allen<br />1794-1874<br />62<br />David A<br />Click<br />1808-1898<br />47<br />Nancy<br />Patton<br />1809-1890<br />46<br />7...<br />Harry<br />Click<br />1832-1900<br />36<br />...5<br />William H<br />Click<br />1833-1887<br />37<br />Margaret R<br />Click<br />1836-1910<br />38<br />Susannah<br />Click<br />1841-1870<br />40<br />John P<br />Click<br />1846-<br />42<br />Samuel<br />Click<br />1849-1931<br />43<br />Amanda<br />Click<br />1851-1885<br />44<br />Catharine<br />Click<br />1853-<br />45<br />Elizabeth J<br />Click<br />1838-<br />39<br />Sarah<br />Click<br />1843-1878<br />41<br />Page 69<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />7. Samuel Allen Patton and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen<br />John<br />Patton<br />1728-1813<br />69<br />11...<br />Mary<br />Anderson<br />1728-1780<br />70<br />James H<br />Patton<br />1750-1818<br />65<br />Florence<br />Graham<br />1762-1840<br />66<br />Samuel A<br />Patton<br />1788-1869<br />61<br />8...<br />Elizabeth C<br />Allen<br />1794-1874<br />62<br />Nancy<br />Patton<br />1809-1890<br />46<br />...6<br />Frazier<br />Patton<br />1812-1875<br />48<br />William<br />Patton<br />1815-1857<br />49<br />Margaret<br />Patton<br />1821-1880<br />51<br />Kelsie<br />Patton<br />1833-<br />53<br />Samuel A<br />Patton<br />1834-1913<br />54<br />James P<br />Patton<br />1836-1887<br />55<br />Henry C<br />Patton<br />1839-1912<br />56<br />Allen<br />Patton<br />1818-1878<br />50<br />George W<br />Patton<br />1822-1907<br />52<br />8. James Henry Patton and Florence Graham<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />13...<br />Mary S<br />Rogers<br />1695-1754<br />88<br />John<br />Patton<br />1728-1813<br />69<br />Mary<br />Anderson<br />1728-1780<br />70<br />James H<br />Patton<br />1750-1818<br />65<br />9...<br />Florence<br />Graham<br />1762-1840<br />66<br />Jane<br />Patton<br />1778-<br />57<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1780-1866<br />58<br />William<br />Patton<br />1783-<br />59<br />Cynthia<br />Patton<br />1785-1850<br />60<br />Samuel A<br />Patton<br />1788-1869<br />61<br />...7<br />Dorcas<br />Patton<br />1790-1872<br />63<br />Florence<br />Patton<br />1800-1890<br />64<br />Page 70<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />9. John Patton and Mary Anderson<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1660-1743<br />100<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />14...<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />Mary S<br />Rogers<br />1695-1754<br />88<br />John<br />Patton<br />1728-1813<br />69<br />11...<br />=10<br />Mary<br />Anderson<br />1728-1780<br />70<br />James H<br />Patton<br />1750-1818<br />65<br />...8<br />10. John Patton and Janet Martha Steele<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1660-1743<br />100<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />14...<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />Mary S<br />Rogers<br />1695-1754<br />88<br />John<br />Patton<br />1728-1813<br />69<br />11...<br />=9<br />Janet M<br />Steele<br />1730-<br />71<br />Matthew<br />Patton<br />1750-<br />67<br />William<br />Patton<br />1754-1816<br />68<br />Page 71<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />11. John Patton and Mary Sarah Rogers<br />David<br />Lynn<br />1635-1727<br />103<br />15...<br />Margaret<br />Patton<br />1655-1727<br />104<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1660-1743<br />100<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />13...<br />=12<br />Mary S<br />Rogers<br />1695-1754<br />88<br />John<br />Patton<br />1728-1813<br />69<br />...9<br />Matthew<br />Patton<br />1730-1805<br />72<br />Samuel<br />Patton<br />1732-1756<br />73<br />Lydia<br />Patton<br />1734-1800<br />74<br />Benjamin<br />Patton<br />1734-<br />75<br />Alexander<br />Patton<br />1734-<br />76<br />Andrew<br />Patton<br />1740-<br />77<br />12. John Patton and Agnes Snodgrass<br />David<br />Lynn<br />1635-1727<br />103<br />15...<br />Margaret<br />Patton<br />1655-1727<br />104<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1660-1743<br />100<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />13...<br />=11<br />Agnes<br />Snodgrass<br />1715-<br />89<br />Isabella<br />Patton<br />1755-<br />78<br />Agnes<br />Patton<br />1756-1843<br />79<br />Mr.<br />Patton<br />80<br />Ms.<br />Patton<br />81<br />Mr.<br />Patton<br />82<br />Page 72<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />13. Henry Patton and Sarah Cameron Lynn<br />Andrew<br />Lynn<br />1605-1643<br />106<br />Ann M M<br />Blair<br />1610-1660<br />105<br />16...<br />David<br />Lynn<br />1635-1727<br />103<br />Margaret<br />Patton<br />1655-1727<br />104<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1660-1743<br />100<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />14...<br />Richard<br />Patton<br />1685-1751<br />83<br />Thomas<br />Patton<br />1686-1774<br />85<br />John<br />Patton<br />1689-1757<br />87<br />...11<br />James<br />Patton<br />1692-1755<br />91<br />Charles<br />Patton<br />1695-<br />93<br />Mathew<br />Patton<br />1695-1751<br />95<br />Henry<br />Patton<br />1705-1824<br />97<br />Hugh<br />Patton<br />1710-1778<br />98<br />Robert<br />Patton<br />1685-1755<br />84<br />William<br />Patton<br />1688-1742<br />86<br />Andrew<br />Patton<br />1689-1747<br />90<br />David<br />Patton<br />1695-<br />92<br />Benjamin<br />Patton<br />1695-<br />94<br />Elizabeth<br />Patton<br />1700-1776<br />96<br />14. David Lynn and Margaret Patton<br />Gavin<br />Blair<br />1578-<br />115<br />18...<br />Isabel<br />Crawfurd<br />1585-<br />116<br />Andrew<br />Lynn<br />1605-1643<br />106<br />Ann M M<br />Blair<br />1610-1660<br />105<br />David<br />Lynn<br />1635-1727<br />103<br />15...<br />Margaret<br />Patton<br />1655-1727<br />104<br />Sarah C<br />Lynn<br />1664-1757<br />99<br />...13<br />William<br />Lynn<br />1672-1727<br />101<br />Margaret<br />Lynn<br />1690-1773<br />102<br />Page 73<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />15. Andrew Lynn and Ann Miss Margaret Blair<br />Alexander<br />Blair<br />1547-1609<br />120<br />Grisel<br />Semple<br />1522-1609<br />117<br />19...<br />Gavin<br />Blair<br />1578-<br />115<br />Isabel<br />Crawfurd<br />1585-<br />116<br />Andrew<br />Lynn<br />1605-1643<br />106<br />Ann M M<br />Blair<br />1610-1660<br />105<br />16...<br />David<br />Lynn<br />1635-1727<br />103<br />...14<br />16. Gavin Blair and Isabel Crawfurd<br />Robert<br />Semple<br />1505-1573<br />124<br />Isabel<br />Hamilton<br />1505-<br />123<br />20...<br />Alexander<br />Blair<br />1547-1609<br />120<br />Grisel<br />Semple<br />1522-1609<br />117<br />Gavin<br />Blair<br />1578-<br />115<br />18...<br />Isabel<br />Crawfurd<br />1585-<br />116<br />Ann M M<br />Blair<br />1610-1660<br />105<br />...15<br />Page 74<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />17. John Hamilton and Grisel Semple<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1485-1513<br />128<br />21...<br />Marion<br />Cunningham<br />1488-<br />129<br />Robert<br />Semple<br />1505-1573<br />124<br />Isabel<br />Hamilton<br />1505-<br />123<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1525-<br />118<br />Grisel<br />Semple<br />1522-1609<br />117<br />19...<br />=18<br />David<br />Hamilton<br />1546-<br />107<br />18. Alexander Blair and Grisel Semple<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1485-1513<br />128<br />21...<br />Marion<br />Cunningham<br />1488-<br />129<br />Robert<br />Semple<br />1505-1573<br />124<br />Isabel<br />Hamilton<br />1505-<br />123<br />Alexander<br />Blair<br />1547-1609<br />120<br />Grisel<br />Semple<br />1522-1609<br />117<br />19...<br />=17<br />Bryce<br />Blair<br />1565-1639<br />108<br />Bryce J<br />Blair<br />1565-1639<br />109<br />Robert<br />Blair<br />1566-<br />110<br />James<br />Blair<br />1570-<br />111<br />Alexander<br />Blair<br />1572-<br />112<br />Alexander<br />Blair<br />1572-<br />113<br />Margaret<br />Blair<br />1574-<br />114<br />Gavin<br />Blair<br />1578-<br />115<br />...16<br />Page 75<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />19. Robert Semple and Isabel Hamilton<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1445-1489<br />136<br />23...<br />Marion<br />Maxwell<br />1448-<br />137<br />21...<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1485-1513<br />128<br />Marion<br />Cunningham<br />1488-<br />129<br />Robert<br />Semple<br />1505-1573<br />124<br />Isabel<br />Hamilton<br />1505-<br />123<br />20...<br />Grisel<br />Semple<br />1522-1609<br />117<br />...17<br />Robert<br />Semple<br />1530-1568<br />121<br />20. Alexander Hamilton and Marion Cunningham<br />James I<br />Hamilton<br />1423-1479<br />142<br />23...<br />Mary<br />Stewart<br />1400-1488<br />140<br />24...<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1445-1489<br />136<br />Marion<br />Maxwell<br />1448-<br />137<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1485-1513<br />128<br />21...<br />Marion<br />Cunningham<br />1488-<br />129<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1504-1548<br />122<br />Isabel<br />Hamilton<br />1505-<br />123<br />...19<br />William<br />Hamilton<br />1506-1581<br />125<br />Robert<br />Hamilton<br />1510-<br />126<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1512-<br />127<br />Page 76<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />21. John Hamilton and Marion Maxwell<br />James I I K<br />Stewart<br />1430-1460<br />151<br />25...<br />Mary O G E<br />Stewart<br />1434-1463<br />152<br />James I<br />Hamilton<br />1423-1479<br />142<br />Mary<br />Stewart<br />1400-1488<br />140<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1445-1489<br />136<br />23...<br />Marion<br />Maxwell<br />1448-<br />137<br />Alexander<br />Hamilton<br />1485-1513<br />128<br />...20<br />22. Archibald Unknown and Mary Stewart<br />James<br />Stuart<br />1394-1436<br />174<br />25...<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />27...<br />James I I K<br />Stewart<br />1430-1460<br />151<br />Mary O G E<br />Stewart<br />1434-1463<br />152<br />Archibald<br />Unknown<br />1390-1438<br />141<br />Mary<br />Stewart<br />1400-1488<br />140<br />24...<br />=23<br />William D<br />Douglas<br />1425-1440<br />130<br />David<br />Douglas<br />1427-1440<br />131<br />Margaret D<br />Douglas<br />1430-1475<br />132<br />Elizabeth<br />Douglas<br />1436-<br />133<br />Page 77<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />23. James II Hamilton and Mary Stewart<br />James<br />Stuart<br />1394-1436<br />174<br />25...<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />27...<br />James I I K<br />Stewart<br />1430-1460<br />151<br />Mary O G E<br />Stewart<br />1434-1463<br />152<br />James I<br />Hamilton<br />1423-1479<br />142<br />Mary<br />Stewart<br />1400-1488<br />140<br />24...<br />=22<br />Elizabeth<br />Hamilton<br />1442-1531<br />134<br />Agnes<br />Hamilton<br />1444-<br />135<br />John<br />Hamilton<br />1445-1489<br />136<br />...21<br />James<br />Hamilton<br />1450-1472<br />138<br />24. James I I King of Scotland II Stewart and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart<br />John<br />de Beaufort<br />1373-1409<br />178<br />28...<br />Margaret<br />Holland<br />1383-1439<br />179<br />27...<br />James<br />Stuart<br />1394-1436<br />174<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />James I I K<br />Stewart<br />1430-1460<br />151<br />25...<br />Mary O G E<br />Stewart<br />1434-1463<br />152<br />Elizabeth<br />Graham<br />1381-<br />139<br />Mary<br />Stewart<br />1400-1488<br />140<br />...22<br />Euphemia<br />Graham<br />1400-1468<br />144<br />Malise<br />Graham<br />1408-1491<br />145<br />Page 78<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />25. James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart and Joan Beaufort<br />John O G<br />PLANTAGENET<br />1339-1398<br />183<br />29...<br />Katherine<br />DE ROET<br />1350-1403<br />184<br />John<br />de Beaufort<br />1373-1409<br />178<br />Margaret<br />Holland<br />1383-1439<br />179<br />James<br />Stuart<br />1394-1436<br />174<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />27...<br />=26<br />Margaret<br />Stuart<br />1424-1445<br />146<br />Joan" The D L<br />Stuart<br />1428-<br />147<br />Isabella E<br />Stuart<br />1428-1494<br />149<br />James I I K<br />Stewart<br />1430-1460<br />151<br />...24<br />James I<br />Stuart<br />1430-1460<br />154<br />Annabella<br />Stuart<br />1432-1509<br />156<br />Ms.<br />Stuart<br />158<br />Isabel<br />Stuart<br />-1494<br />159<br />Joan J<br />Stuart<br />1428-1493<br />148<br />Mary<br />Stuart<br />1429-1464<br />150<br />Alexander<br />Stuart<br />1430-1436<br />153<br />Alaxander<br />Stuart<br />1430-<br />155<br />Eleanor<br />Stuart<br />1434-1480<br />157<br />26. James Stewart and Joan Beaufort<br />John O G<br />PLANTAGENET<br />1339-1398<br />183<br />29...<br />Katherine<br />DE ROET<br />1350-1403<br />184<br />John<br />de Beaufort<br />1373-1409<br />178<br />Margaret<br />Holland<br />1383-1439<br />179<br />James<br />Stewart<br />1383-1448<br />175<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />27...<br />=25<br />Margaret O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1424-1445<br />160<br />Isabella O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1426-1498<br />161<br />Joan O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1428-1493<br />162<br />James I O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1430-1460<br />164<br />Annabella O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1432-1509<br />166<br />Eleanor O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1434-1480<br />167<br />John<br />Stewart<br />1440-1512<br />168<br />Andrew<br />Stewart<br />1443-1501<br />169<br />Mary O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1429-1464<br />163<br />Alexander O<br />SCOTLAND<br />1430-1431<br />165<br />Page 79<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />27. John de Beaufort and Margaret Holland<br />Edward I O K<br />ENGLAND<br />1312-1377<br />197<br />31...<br />Phillippa C O<br />HAINSAULT<br />1312-1369<br />198<br />John O G<br />PLANTAGENET<br />1339-1398<br />183<br />Katherine<br />DE ROET<br />1350-1403<br />184<br />John<br />de Beaufort<br />1373-1409<br />178<br />28...<br />Margaret<br />Holland<br />1383-1439<br />179<br />Henry<br />BEAUFORT<br />1397-1418<br />170<br />John<br />BEAUFORT<br />1404-1444<br />171<br />Thomas<br />BEAUFORT<br />1405-1432<br />172<br />Joan<br />Beaufort<br />1406-1445<br />173<br />...25<br />Edmund<br />BEAUFORT<br />1406-1455<br />176<br />Margaret<br />BEAUFORT<br />1409-1425<br />177<br />28. John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET and Katherine DE ROET<br />Edward I K O<br />King of England<br />1284-1327<br />218<br />32...<br />Isabelle P O<br />France<br />1292-1358<br />219<br />31...<br />Edward I O K<br />ENGLAND<br />1312-1377<br />197<br />Phillippa C O<br />HAINSAULT<br />1312-1369<br />198<br />John O G<br />PLANTAGENET<br />1339-1398<br />183<br />29...<br />Katherine<br />DE ROET<br />1350-1403<br />184<br />John<br />de Beaufort<br />1373-1409<br />178<br />...27<br />Thomas<br />BEAUFORT<br />1376-1426<br />180<br />Henry<br />BEAUFORT<br />1376-1447<br />181<br />Joan<br />DE BEAUFORT<br />1379-1440<br />182<br />Page 80<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />29. Edward III of King ENGLAND and Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT<br />Edward I<br />King of England<br />1239-1307<br />224<br />Eleanor<br />of Castile<br />1241-1290<br />223<br />33...<br />Edward I K O<br />King of England<br />1284-1327<br />218<br />Isabelle P O<br />France<br />1292-1358<br />219<br />Edward I O K<br />ENGLAND<br />1312-1377<br />197<br />31...<br />=30<br />Phillippa C O<br />HAINSAULT<br />1312-1369<br />198<br />John O G<br />PLANTAGENET<br />1339-1398<br />183<br />...28<br />Edmund<br />ENGLAND<br />1341-1402<br />185<br />30. Edward III of King ENGLAND and Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND<br />Edward I<br />King of England<br />1239-1307<br />224<br />Eleanor<br />of Castile<br />1241-1290<br />223<br />33...<br />Edward I K O<br />King of England<br />1284-1327<br />218<br />Isabelle P O<br />France<br />1292-1358<br />219<br />Edward I O K<br />ENGLAND<br />1312-1377<br />197<br />31...<br />=29<br />Philippa Q O<br />ENGLAND<br />1314-1369<br />199<br />Mr.<br />ENGLAND<br />186<br />Edward<br />ENGLAND<br />1330-1376<br />187<br />Isabel P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1332-1379<br />188<br />William P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1336-1337<br />190<br />John<br />ENGLAND<br />1340-1399<br />192<br />Mary P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1344-1361<br />194<br />Margaret P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1346-1361<br />195<br />Thomas P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1354-<br />196<br />Joan P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1334-1348<br />189<br />Lionel O<br />Antwerp<br />1338-1368<br />191<br />Blanche P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1342-1342<br />193<br />Page 81<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />31. Edward II King Of King of England and Isabelle Princess of France<br />Ferdinand I O F<br />of Castille<br />1199-1252<br />225<br />34...<br />Joan C<br />of Ponthieu<br />1220-1279<br />226<br />33...<br />Edward I<br />King of England<br />1239-1307<br />224<br />Eleanor<br />of Castile<br />1241-1290<br />223<br />Edward I K O<br />King of England<br />1284-1327<br />218<br />32...<br />Isabelle P O<br />France<br />1292-1358<br />219<br />Edward I O K<br />ENGLAND<br />1312-1377<br />197<br />...29<br />John P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1315-1336<br />200<br />Eleanor P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1318-1355<br />201<br />Joan P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1321-1362<br />202<br />32. Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England and Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile<br />Alfonso I O K<br />of Castille<br />1171-<br />228<br />35...<br />BEREGARIA<br />ALFONSEZ<br />1181-1246<br />229<br />Ferdinand I O F<br />of Castille<br />1199-1252<br />225<br />Joan C<br />of Ponthieu<br />1220-1279<br />226<br />Edward I<br />King of England<br />1239-1307<br />224<br />Eleanor<br />of Castile<br />1241-1290<br />223<br />33...<br />Eleanor P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1264-1298<br />203<br />John P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1266-1272<br />205<br />Juliana O K P<br />ENGLAND<br />1271-1271<br />207<br />Joan<br />ENGLAND<br />1272-<br />209<br />Isabel P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1274-<br />211<br />Berengaria P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1276-1277<br />213<br />Alice P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1279-1291<br />215<br />Plus<br />5 Additional<br />Children<br />Joan P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1265-<br />204<br />Henry P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1267-1274<br />206<br />Joan<br />of Acre<br />1272-1307<br />208<br />Alphonso P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1273-1284<br />210<br />Margaret P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1275-1318<br />212<br />Mary P O<br />ENGLAND<br />1278-1232<br />214<br />Elizabeth<br />of Rhuddlan<br />1282-1316<br />216<br />Page 82<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />33. Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille and Joan Countess of Ponthieu<br />FERDINAND I<br />De LEON<br />1137-1188<br />230<br />36...<br />URRACA<br />DePORTUGAL<br />1151-1178<br />231<br />35...<br />Alfonso I O K<br />of Castille<br />1171-<br />228<br />BEREGARIA<br />ALFONSEZ<br />1181-1246<br />229<br />Ferdinand I O F<br />of Castille<br />1199-1252<br />225<br />34...<br />Joan C<br />of Ponthieu<br />1220-1279<br />226<br />Eleanor<br />of Castile<br />1241-1290<br />223<br />...32<br />34. Alfonso IX of King of of Castille and BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ<br />ALFONSO V<br />DeCASTILE<br />1105-1157<br />235<br />36...<br />BEREGUELA R B<br />DeBARCELONA<br />1116-1149<br />236<br />36...<br />FERDINAND I<br />De LEON<br />1137-1188<br />230<br />URRACA<br />DePORTUGAL<br />1151-1178<br />231<br />Alfonso I O K<br />of Castille<br />1171-<br />228<br />35...<br />BEREGARIA<br />ALFONSEZ<br />1181-1246<br />229<br />Ferdinand I O F<br />of Castille<br />1199-1252<br />225<br />...33<br />Page 83<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Family Trees<br />35. FERDINAND II De LEON and URRACA DePORTUGAL<br />Raymond<br />de Burgundy<br />1070-1107<br />238<br />Urraca I<br />de Castile<br />1082-1157<br />239<br />ALFONSO V<br />DeCASTILE<br />1105-1157<br />235<br />BEREGUELA R B<br />DeBARCELONA<br />1116-1149<br />236<br />FERDINAND I<br />De LEON<br />1137-1188<br />230<br />36...<br />URRACA<br />DePORTUGAL<br />1151-1178<br />231<br />Alfonso I O K<br />of Castille<br />1171-<br />228<br />...34<br />36. ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE and BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA<br />Raymond<br />de Burgundy<br />1070-1107<br />238<br />Urraca I<br />de Castile<br />1082-1157<br />239<br />ALFONSO V<br />DeCASTILE<br />1105-1157<br />235<br />=37<br />BEREGUELA R B<br />DeBARCELONA<br />1116-1149<br />236<br />FERDINAND I<br />De LEON<br />1137-1188<br />230<br />...35<br />Constance<br />de Castile<br />-1160<br />232<br />Sancho I<br />de Castile<br />-1158<br />233<br />37. ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE and Rixa Piast<br />Raymond<br />de Burgundy<br />1070-1107<br />238<br />Urraca I<br />de Castile<br />1082-1157<br />239<br />ALFONSO V<br />DeCASTILE<br />1105-1157<br />235<br />36...<br />=36<br />Rixa<br />Piast<br />1130-<br />237<br />Sancha<br />de Castile<br />1154-<br />234<br />Page 84<br />6. NOTES<br />1. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=506337286&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle1.<br />2. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=505834498&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle1.<br />3. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=493956107&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle1.<br />4. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=505730057&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle1.<br />5. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=499473418&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle1.<br />6. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle3.<br />7. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=492563457&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle3.<br />8. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=news-in-ko_tr&h=492563457&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Pierre Biddle3.<br />9. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />10. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=3076174&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />11. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />12. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=3076174&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />13. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />14. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=3076174&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />15. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />16. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />17. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=3076174&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Roby W Pitts8.<br />18. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9.<br />19. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />20. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />21. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />Page 85<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />22. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />23. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />24. This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current<br />version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source<br />citation was<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />25. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />26. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />27. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />28. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />29. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />30. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />31. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />32. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />33. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />34. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />35. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />36. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />37. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />38. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />39. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />40. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />41. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />Page 86<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />42. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />43. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />44. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />45. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />46. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />47. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />48. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />49. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />50. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />51. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />52. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />53. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />54. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />55. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />56. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=2235279&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />57. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=42551&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />58. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />59. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=3287045&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />60. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=6947349&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />61. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />62. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />Page 87<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />63. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />64. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=4715861&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />65. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=1749165&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />66. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Raymond Pitts12.<br />67. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Robie Pitts13.<br />68. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: David Pitts14.<br />69. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: David Pitts15.<br />70. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Dave Pitts16.<br />71. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Marjorie Louise Pitts17.<br />72. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: David Pitts18.<br />73. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Robie Pitts19.<br />74. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Raymond Pitts20.<br />75. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiipatriots&h=37745&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Robert Pitts21.<br />76. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Robert Pitts21.<br />77. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiipatriots&h=37745&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Robert Pitts21.<br />78. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiipatriots&h=37745&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Robert Pitts21.<br />79. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Robie Pitts22.<br />80. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Raymond Pitts23.<br />81. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Raymond Pitts24.<br />82. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Robie Pitts25.<br />83. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: David Pitts26.<br />Page 88<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />84. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />85. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />86. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />87. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />88. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />89. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />90. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />91. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=270771&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />92. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />93. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />94. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1254190&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />95. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />96. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />97. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />98. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />99. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />100. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />101. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />102. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=270771&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />103. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />104. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />Page 89<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />105. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1254190&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />106. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />107. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiienlist&h=270771&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />108. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />109. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437284&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />110. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />111. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481855&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />112. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1254190&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />113. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />114. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947631&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />115. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />116. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />117. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49174891&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Essie Click27.<br />118. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />119. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />120. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />121. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />122. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />123. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />124. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />125. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Page 90<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />126. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />127. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />128. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />129. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />130. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />131. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />132. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />133. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />134. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />135. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />136. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />137. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />138. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />139. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />140. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />141. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />142. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />143. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />144. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />145. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />146. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Page 91<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />147. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />148. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />149. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />150. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />151. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />152. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />153. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />154. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />155. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />156. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />157. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />158. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />159. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />160. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />161. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />162. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />163. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />164. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />165. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />166. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />167. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Page 92<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />168. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />169. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />170. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />171. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />172. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />173. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />174. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />175. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=19267272&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />176. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />177. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=6619520&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />178. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />179. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=48228122&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />180. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />181. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />182. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />183. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=1256057&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />184. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />185. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22477070&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />186. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />187. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947630&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />188. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=48947634&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Page 93<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />189. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />190. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=69634354&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />191. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />192. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />193. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />194. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />195. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohdeath93-98&h=553410&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />196. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=49178951&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />197. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214962&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Willard Click31.<br />198. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214962&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Willard Click31.<br />199. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214962&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Willard Click31.<br />200. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214963&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Arnold Click32.<br />201. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214963&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Arnold Click32.<br />202. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214963&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Arnold Click32.<br />203. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214964&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Raymond Click33.<br />204. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214964&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Raymond Click33.<br />205. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214964&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Raymond Click33.<br />206. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />207. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />208. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />209. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />Page 94<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />210. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />211. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />212. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />213. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />214. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />215. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />216. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />217. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />218. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />219. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351893&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />220. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=30362760&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />221. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=7837207&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />222. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=11239543&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />223. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />224. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=102544143&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />225. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=kyvital&h=461023&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />226. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=70337177&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />227. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />228. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />229. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />230. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />Page 95<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />231. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />232. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />233. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />234. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />235. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />236. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />237. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />238. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />239. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351893&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />240. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=30362760&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />241. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=7837207&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />242. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=11239543&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />243. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=102544143&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />244. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=kyvital&h=461023&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />245. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=70337177&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />246. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />247. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=wwiidraft&h=7837207&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />248. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ww1draft&h=30362760&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />249. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=kyvital&h=461023&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />250. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />251. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />Page 96<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />252. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />253. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />254. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />255. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=22481850&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />256. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910ohmir&h=259373&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />257. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />258. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />259. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214960&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />260. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=102544143&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />261. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />262. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />263. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351893&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />264. http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=1930usfedcen&h=82759050&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />265. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=70337177&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />266. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=11239543&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />267. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=kyvital&h=461023&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Harvey John Click34.<br />268. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />269. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />270. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />271. Ancestry Family Trees<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />272. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />Page 97<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />273. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />274. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437283&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />275. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=17104851&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />276. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351909&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />277. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />278. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />279. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />280. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />281. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />282. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />283. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />284. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437283&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />285. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=17104851&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />286. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351909&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />287. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />288. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />289. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=17104851&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />290. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />291. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1880usfedcen&h=42020348&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />292. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437283&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />293. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1900usfedcen&h=17437282&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />Page 98<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Notes<br />294. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />295. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1910uscenindex&h=128686717&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />296. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />297. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1920usfedcen&h=83214961&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />298. http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=1930usfedcen&h=117351909&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt<br />Applies to: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />299. 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This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current<br />version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source<br />citation was created.<br />Applies to: Source 47.<br />305. United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,<br />Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration<br />www.ancestry.com<br />Ancestry.com<br />Applies to: Source 54.<br />Page 99<br />7. SOURCES<br />1. 1822518.FTW.<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle3.<br />2. " 1880 United States Federal Census" by Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in " Online<br />publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of<br />Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. 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T623, 18" (Repository:<br />Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (3 times); Mary Elizabeth<br />DeHart35 (6 times).<br />7. " 1910 United States Federal Census" by Ancestry.com in " Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006" .<br />Note: Note 299.<br />Citations: Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (6 times); Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 (3 times).<br />8. " 1910 United States Federal Census" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations<br />Network, Inc., 2006. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page:<br />NARA.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Thirteenth Census of the Unit" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Biddle10 (3 times); Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John<br />Click34 (3 times); Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 (3 times).<br />9. 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Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, " (Repository:<br />Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (9 times); Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 (3 times).<br />15. " Alvarez Web Site" by Mary Alvarez<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Alvarez Web Site<br />Family tree: Alvarez Light Family Tree.<br />Citations: Ann Miss Margaret Blair105; Bryce John Blair109; Robert Blair110; James Blair111; Alexander Blair113;<br />Margaret Blair114; Gavin Blair115; Isabel Crawfurd116; Grisel Semple117; Alexander Blair120.<br />16. " Ancestry Family Trees" in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files<br />submitted by Ancestry members" (Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Note: Note 301.<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle3; Roby W Pitts8; Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 (twice); John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (twice);<br />Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28; Elsie M Glick29; Lilly Click30; Willard Click31 (twice); Arnold Click32<br />(twice); Raymond Click33 (twice); Harvey John Click34 (twice); Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 (twice).<br />17. " Blocher Web Site" by David A. Blocher<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Blocher Web Site<br />Family tree: 6086004-2.<br />Citations: Alexander Blair112.<br />18. " California Death Index, 1940-1997" by Ancestry.com in " Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000" .<br />Note: Note 302.<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times).<br />19. " California Death Index, 1940-1997" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations<br />Network, Inc., 2000.Original data - State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State<br />of California Department ofHealth Services, Center for Health Statistics.Original d" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times).<br />20. " California Death Index, 1940-1997" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com<br />Operations Inc, 2000.Original data - State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State<br />of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.Original dat" (Repository: Ancestry.com,<br />http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times).<br />21. " Donald Broussard" by Donald Broussard<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Donald Broussard<br />Family tree: DJBROY%7E1.<br />Citations: Constance de Castile232; Sancho III de Castile233; Sancha de Castile234; Rixa Piast237; Raymond de<br />Burgundy238; Urraca I de Castile239.<br />22. FAV.FTW.<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle3; Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 (twice); John Lavonne Biddle10; John Lavonne Lavon<br />Biddle11 (twice); Essie Click27 (twice); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />23. " Ferguson/Sellers/Nolte/McCord Site" by N S Ferguson<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Ferguson/Sellers/Nolte/McCord Site<br />Family tree: Fergusons of Donegal.<br />Page 101<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Sources<br />Citations: Frazier Patton48; William Patton49; Allen Patton50; Margaret Patton51; George W. Patton52; Kelsie<br />Patton53; Samuel Allen Patton54; James P. Patton55; Henry C. Patton56; Samuel Allen Patton61; Elizabeth Collingsworth<br />Allen62; Margaret Lynn102; David Lynn103.<br />24. " FRANCES SANDERS wft,fbc,FBK MARCH 31 2007 april 17 2008 Web Site" by Sheryl Reynolds<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: FRANCES SANDERS wft,fbc,FBK MARCH 31 2007 april 17 2008 Web Site<br />Family tree: FRANCES SANDERS wft,fbc,FBK MARCH 31 2007 Jan 15 2009.<br />Citations: James II Stuart154; Isabel Stuart159; John Stewart168; Andrew Stewart169; James Stewart175; John de<br />Beaufort178; Margaret Holland179.<br />25. " Hutchins Web Site" by Lee Hutchins<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Hutchins Web Site<br />Family tree: Hutchins V3-7.<br />Citations: Euphemia Graham144.<br />26. " Jones Hicks Ratliff Web Site" by Rebecca Slone<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Jones Hicks Ratliff Web Site<br />Family tree: My Family Ratliff- Jones and m.<br />Citations: William Harmon Click37; Margaret Rohessie Click38; Elizabeth Jane Click39; Susannah " Susie" Click40; Sarah<br />Click41; John P. Click42; Samuel Click43; Amanda Click44; Catharine Click45; Nancy Patton46; David A. Click47.<br />27. " Jones Hicks Ratliff Web Site" by Rebecca Slone<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Jones Hicks Ratliff Web Site<br />Family tree: My Family Ratliff- Jones and m.<br />Citations: Jane Patton57; Henry Patton58; William Patton59; Cynthia Patton60; Dorcas Patton63; Florence Patton64;<br />James Henry Patton65; Florence Graham66; Matthew Patton67; William Patton68; John Patton69; Mary Anderson70;<br />Janet Martha Steele71; Matthew Patton72; Samuel Patton73; Lydia Patton74; Benjamin Patton75; Alexander Patton76;<br />Andrew Patton77; Isabella Patton78; Agnes Patton79; Mr. Patton80; Ms. Patton81; Mr. Patton82; Richard Patton83;<br />William Patton86; John Patton87; Mary Sarah Rogers88; Agnes Snodgrass89; James Patton91; Sarah Cameron Lynn99;<br />Henry Patton100.<br />28. " Jr Web Site" by Glen Nuttall Jr<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Jr Web Site<br />Family tree: 6126658-5.<br />Citations: William de Douglas130; David Douglas131; Margaret de Douglas132; Elizabeth Douglas133; Elizabeth<br />Hamilton134; Agnes Hamilton135; James Hamilton138; Elizabeth Graham139; Mary Stewart140; Archibald Unknown141;<br />James II Hamilton142; Malise Graham145; James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151; Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie<br />Stewart152.<br />29. " Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com<br />Operations Inc, 2000.Original data - Commonwealth of Kentucky, Health Data Branch, Divisision of Epidemiology and<br />Health Planning. Kentucky Death Index, 1911-present. Frankfort, KY, USA: Kentucky Department" (Repository:<br />Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: Harvey John Click34 (4 times).<br />30. " Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana)" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations<br />Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Kokomo Tribune. Kokomo, IN, USA. Database created from microfilm copies of the<br />newspaper.Original data: KokomoTribune. Kokomo, IN, USA. Database created from microfil" .<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle1 (5 times); John Pierre Biddle3.<br />31. " Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana)" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations<br />Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Kokomo Tribune. Kokomo, IN, USA. Database created from microfilm copies of the<br />newspaper.Original data: Kokomo Tribune. Kokomo, IN, USA. Database created from microfil" (Repository:<br />Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle3.<br />32. " Luke/Hicking family Web Site" by Susan Luke<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Luke/Hicking family Web Site<br />Family tree: june8 - 04042010 (1).<br />Page 102<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Sources<br />Citations: Joan of Acre208; Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216; Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225; Joan Countess of<br />Ponthieu226.<br />33. " Macmhartainn Web Site" by <unknown> Macmhartainn<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Macmhartainn Web Site<br />Family tree: 6148326-14.<br />Citations: Mr. ENGLAND186; Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187; Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188; Joan<br />Princess Of ENGLAND189; William Prince Of ENGLAND190; Lionel of Antwerp191; John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of<br />ENGLAND192; Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193; Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194; Margaret Princess Of<br />ENGLAND195; Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196; Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199; John Prince Of ENGLAND200;<br />Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201; Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202; Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203; Joan Princess<br />Of ENGLAND204; John Prince Of ENGLAND205; Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206; Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of<br />ENGLAND207; Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209; Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210; Isabel Princess Of<br />ENGLAND211; Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212; Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213; Mary Princess Of<br />ENGLAND214; Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215; Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217; Edward II King Of King of<br />England218; Isabelle Princess of France219; Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND220; Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND221;<br />Joan Plantagenet222; Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223; Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224.<br />34. " Mallett/Danes-Hornsby Web Site" by Tania hornsby<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Mallett/Danes-Hornsby Web Site<br />Family tree: Ethans Family Tree.<br />Citations: BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229; FERDINAND II De LEON230; URRACA DePORTUGAL231; ALFONSO VII<br />DeCASTILE235; BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236.<br />35. " McConnell/Allen Web Site" by Louis E. McConnell<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: McConnell/Allen Web Site<br />Family tree: mcconnell Family Tree.<br />Citations: Robert Patton84; Thomas Patton85; Andrew Patton90; David Patton92; Charles Patton93; Benjamin Patton94;<br />Mathew Patton95; Elizabeth Patton96; Henry Patton97; Hugh Patton98; William Lynn101; Margaret Patton104; Ann Miss<br />Margaret Blair105; Andrew Lynn106; Gavin Blair115; Isabel Crawfurd116.<br />36. " Mohle Web Site" by Sally Bonham Mohle<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Mohle Web Site<br />Family tree: 1178549-10.<br />Citations: James Hamilton143.<br />37. " MyPageFamily Web Site" by Catherine Raphael<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: MyPageFamily Web Site<br />Family tree: Page Family.<br />Citations: Jeanne Unknown227.<br />38. " Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index" by National Archives and Records Administration in " Online publication - Provo,<br />UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000.Original data - National Archives and Records Administration. Ohio<br />Miracoda. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T1272, 418 rolls.Original data: National<br />A" .<br />Citations: Laban Thomas Pitts28 (6 times); Harvey John Click34 (3 times).<br />39. " Ohio 1910 Census Miracode Index" by National Archives and Records Administration in " Online publication - Provo,<br />UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.Original data - National Archives and Records Administration. Ohio<br />Miracoda. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T1272, 418 rolls.Original data: National<br />Arc" (Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (3 times).<br />40. " Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002" by Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health in " Online<br />publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics.<br />Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908-December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical<br />Society, Ohio.Ohio D" .<br />Citations: Roby W Pitts8 (4 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (8 times).<br />Page 103<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Sources<br />41. " Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002" by Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health in " Online<br />publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data - Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics.<br />Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908-December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical<br />Society, Ohio.Ohio Dep" (Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: Laban Thomas Pitts28 (4 times).<br />42. " One World Tree (sm)" by Ancestry.com in " Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, n.d" .<br />Note: Note 303.<br />Citations: Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 (twice).<br />43. " OneWorldTree" by Ancestry.com in " - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc" .<br />Citations: Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />44. " Peckham Web Site" by Earle Peckham<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Peckham Web Site<br />Family tree: earlekpeckham_2010-03-29.<br />Citations: Margaret of SCOTLAND160; Isabella of SCOTLAND161; Joan of SCOTLAND162; Mary of SCOTLAND163;<br />James Ii of SCOTLAND164; Alexander of SCOTLAND165; Annabella of SCOTLAND166; Eleanor of SCOTLAND167;<br />Henry BEAUFORT170; John BEAUFORT171; Thomas BEAUFORT172; Edmund BEAUFORT176; Margaret<br />BEAUFORT177; Thomas BEAUFORT180; Henry BEAUFORT181; Joan DE BEAUFORT182; John of Gaunt<br />PLANTAGENET183; Katherine DE ROET184; Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185; Edward III of King<br />ENGLAND197; Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198.<br />45. " Peter Web Site" by David Hamilton Peter<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Peter Web Site<br />Family tree: 1632590-3.<br />Citations: John Hamilton122; William Hamilton125; Robert Hamilton126; Alexander Hamilton127; Alexander<br />Hamilton128; Marion Cunningham129.<br />46. " Peter Web Site" by David Hamilton Peter<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Peter Web Site<br />Family tree: 1632590-4.<br />Citations: John Hamilton136; Marion Maxwell137.<br />47. " Public Member Trees" in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data -<br />Family trees submitted by Ancestry members.Original data: Family trees submitted by Ancestry members" .<br />Note: Note 304.<br />Citations: John Pierre Biddle3; Roby W Pitts8; Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9; John Lavonne Biddle10; John Lavonne Lavon<br />Biddle11; Raymond Pitts12; Robie Pitts13; David Pitts14; David Pitts15; Dave Pitts16; Marjorie Louise Pitts17; David<br />Pitts18; Robie Pitts19; Raymond Pitts20; Robert Pitts21; Robie Pitts22; Raymond Pitts23; Raymond Pitts24; Robie Pitts25;<br />David Pitts26; Essie Click27; Laban Thomas Pitts28; Harvey John Click34; Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />48. " Snodgrass Web Site" by John Snodgrass<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Snodgrass Web Site<br />Family tree: Mythical John.<br />Citations: Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146; Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148; Isabella Elizabeth ,<br />Princess of Scotland Stuart149; Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150; Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin)<br />Scotland Stuart153; Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156; Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157; Joan<br />Beaufort173; James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174.<br />49. " Social Security Death Index" by Ancestry.com in " - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. - Social<br />Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.: Social Security<br />Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security A" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />50. " Social Security Death Index" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.,<br />2007.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security<br />Administration.Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Biddle10 (3 times); John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban<br />Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />Page 104<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Sources<br />51. " Social Security Death Index" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc,<br />2010.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security<br />Administration.Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security D" (Repository: Ancestry.com,<br />http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Essie Click27 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John<br />Click34 (3 times).<br />52. " the patton trivium Web Site" by Donald J. Patton<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: the patton trivium Web Site<br />Family tree: COMBO.<br />Citations: David Hamilton107; Bryce Blair108; John Hamilton118; James Hamilton119; Robert Semple121; Isabel<br />Hamilton123; Robert Semple124.<br />53. " Turner Web Site" by Ernie Turner<br />MyHeritage.com family tree<br />Family site: Turner Web Site<br />Family tree: FTM backup.FTW 120708.<br />Citations: Joan" The Dumb Lady" Stuart147; Alaxander (Twin) Stuart155; Ms. Stuart158.<br />54. " U.S. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918" by Ancestry.com in " Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com<br />Operations Inc, 2005" .<br />Note: Note 305.<br />Citations: Harvey John Click34 (3 times).<br />55. " U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946" by National Archives and Records Administration in " Online<br />publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005.Original data - Electronic Army Serial Number<br />Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records;Records of the National Archives<br />and Records Administra" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Biddle10 (3 times); John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times).<br />56. " U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946" by National Archives and Records Administration in " Online<br />publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.Original data - Electronic Army Serial Number<br />Merged File, 1938-1946 [Archival Database]; World War II Army Enlistment Records; Records of the National Archives<br />and Records Administrati" (Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Essie Click27 (3 times).<br />57. " U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The<br />Generations Network, Inc., 2006.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration<br />Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch l" .<br />Citations: Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />58. " U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The<br />Generations Network, Inc., 2007.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration<br />Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch l" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Biddle10 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times).<br />59. " U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA:<br />Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service<br />Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration. National Archives and Records Administration Branch loc" <br />(Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (3 times).<br />60. " World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The<br />Generations Network, Inc., 2005.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service<br />System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Admi" .<br />Citations: John Lavonne Biddle10 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (6 times).<br />61. " World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA:<br />Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.Original data - United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective<br />Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Admini" <br />(Repository: Ancestry.com, http://www.Ancestry.com_).<br />Citations: John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 (3 times); Laban Thomas Pitts28 (3 times); Harvey John Click34 (3 times).<br />Page 105<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Sources<br />62. " World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945" by Ancestry.com in " Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The<br />Generations Network, Inc., 2007.Original data - Young American Patriots. Richmond, VA, USA: National Publishing<br />Co., 1946.Original data: Young American Patriots. Richmond, VA, USA: National Publishing Co., 1946" .<br />Citations: Robert Pitts21 (3 times).<br />Page 106<br />8. INDEX OF PLACES<br />= BUSH-4801391<br />Occupation of Joan Plantagenet222.<br />86.30151W, USA - SCOTT CEMETERY - 40.27305N, INDIANA, CLINTON, SCIRCLEVILLE<br />Burial of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />ABBEVILLE<br />Death of Joan Countess of Ponthieu226 on 16 March 1279.<br />ALLEN CEMETERY<br />Burial of John Patton69.<br />Burial of Florence Graham66.<br />ANTWERP BELGIUM, ANTWERP<br />Birth of Lionel of Antwerp191 on 29 November 1338.<br />AUGUSTA CO VA<br />Birth of Mary Anderson70 in 1728.<br />AUSTRIA, TIROL, INNSBRUCK, PROBABLY<br />Death of Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157 on 20 November 1480.<br />AUSTRIA, TIROL;, OINNSBRUCK<br />Death of Eleanor of SCOTLAND167 on 20 November 1480.<br />BATTLE OF ST. ALBANS<br />Death of Edmund BEAUFORT176 on 22 May 1455.<br />BELGIUM [24 JUN], HAINAUT, MONS<br />Birth of Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199 in 1314.<br />BELGIUM, F-OCCD, GENT<br />Death of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203 in 1298.<br />BELGIUM, HAINAULT<br />Birth of Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198 in 1312.<br />BELGUIM, FLANDRE-ORIENTALE, GHENT, ABBAYE DE ST BAVON<br />Birth of John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 in March 1339.<br />CANTERBURY CATHERDRAL, ST. MICHAEL'S CHAPEL<br />Burial of John de Beaufort178.<br />CASTILE<br />Birth of BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 in 1181.<br />COUNTESS OF PONTIEU<br />Occupation of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223.<br />CRUSADER BET 1270 / 1272<br />Occupation of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224.<br />DUKE OF CLARENCE<br />Occupation of Lionel of Antwerp191.<br />EARL OF CAMBRIDGE<br />Occupation of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185.<br />EN ROUTE TO ANOTHER CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE SCOTS<br />Death of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 7 July 1307.<br />Page 107<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />ENGLAND, BERKS, WINDSOR CASTLE<br />Birth of Edward III of King ENGLAND197 on 13 November 1312.<br />Death of Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198 on 14 August 1369.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, ABINGDON, ABBEY CHURCH<br />Burial of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195.<br />Burial of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, KENNINGTON<br />Birth of Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213 in 1276.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, WESTMINSTER, PALACE<br />Death of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 8 June 1376.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, WINDSOR CASTLE, OF<br />Birth of Isabel Princess Of ENGLAND211 in 1274.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, WINDSOR CASTLE<br />Birth of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195 on 20 July 1346.<br />Death of Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199 on 15 August 1369.<br />ENGLAND, BERKSHIRE, WINDSOR, WINDSOR CASTLE<br />Birth of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203 in 1264.<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204 in 1265.<br />Burial of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204 on 7 September 1265.<br />Birth of John Prince Of ENGLAND205 on 10 July 1266.<br />Birth of Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206 in 1267.<br />Birth of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212 on 11 September 1275.<br />Birth of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND214 on 11 March 1278.<br />Birth of Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND221 in 1290.<br />ENGLAND, ESSEX, QUENDON<br />Death of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 5 May 1316.<br />ENGLAND, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, BERKELEY, BERKELEY CASTLE<br />Death of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 21 September 1327.<br />ENGLAND, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, GLOUCESTER, CATHEDRAL<br />Burial of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 20 December 1327.<br />ENGLAND, HAMPSHIRE, BISHOPS WALTHAM<br />Birth of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194 on 10 October 1344.<br />ENGLAND, HAMPSHIRE, WINCHESTER<br />Death of Henry BEAUFORT181 on 11 April 1447.<br />ENGLAND, HARTFORDSHIRE, WALDEN ABBEY<br />Burial of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 23 May 1316.<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, HATFIELD<br />Christening of William Prince Of ENGLAND190.<br />Birth of William Prince Of ENGLAND190 on 15 February 1336.<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, HERTFORD CASTLE<br />Death of Isabelle Princess of France219 on 21 November 1358.<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, HERTFORD<br />Death of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202 on 7 September 1362.<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, KING'S LANGLEY<br />Christening of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185.<br />Page 108<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, LANGLEY, CHURCH OF THE DOMINICANS<br />Burial of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185.<br />ENGLAND, HERTFORDSHIRE, LANGLEY<br />Death of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185 on 1 August 1402.<br />ENGLAND, HERTS, KINGS LANGLEY<br />Birth of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185 on 5 June 1341.<br />ENGLAND, KENT, CANTERBURY, CATHEDRAL<br />Burial of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 29 September 1376.<br />ENGLAND, KENT, EAST GREENWICH, GREENWICH MANOR<br />Death of Thomas BEAUFORT180 on 31 December 1426.<br />ENGLAND, KENT, ELTHAM<br />Birth of John Prince Of ENGLAND200 on 15 August 1315.<br />ENGLAND, LANCASHIRE, UPHOLLAND<br />Birth of Margaret Holland179 in 1383.<br />Marriage of John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179 on 10 November 1411.<br />ENGLAND, LEICESTERSHIRE, LEICESTER, LEICESTER CASTLE<br />Death of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 in 1399.<br />ENGLAND, LEICESTERSHIRE, LEICESTER, LEICHESTER CASTLE<br />Death of John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 on 3 February 1398.<br />ENGLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE, LINCOLN, LINCOLN CATHEDRAL<br />Burial of Joan DE BEAUFORT182.<br />Burial of Katherine DE ROET184.<br />ENGLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE, LINCOLN<br />Death of Katherine DE ROET184 on 10 May 1403.<br />ENGLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE, POTTERSGATE<br />Birth of John de Beaufort178 in 1373.<br />ENGLAND, LONDON MIDDLESEX, ST CATHERINE BY THE TOWER HOSPIT<br />Death of John de Beaufort178 on 16 March 1409.<br />ENGLAND, LONDON, WESTMINSTER ABBEY<br />Burial of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 28 October 1307.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, LONDON, ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March 1399.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, LONDON, ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March 1398.<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March 1398.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, LONDON, TOWER OF LONDON<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202 in July 1321.<br />Birth of Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193 in March 1342.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, NEWGATE, GREY FRIARS<br />Burial of Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188.<br />Death of Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188 on 3 May 1379.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, OF WESTMINSTER<br />Birth of Joan Beaufort173 in 1406.<br />Page 109<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINISTER, WESTMINSTER ABBEY<br />Burial of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 28 October 1307.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINISTER<br />Birth of Henry BEAUFORT170 in 1397.<br />Birth of John BEAUFORT171 on 25 March 1404.<br />Birth of Thomas BEAUFORT172 in 1405.<br />Birth of Edmund BEAUFORT176 in 1406.<br />Birth of Margaret BEAUFORT177 in 1409.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINSTER ABBEY<br />Burial of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 on 16 December 1290.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINSTER, ST. EDMUND'S<br />Burial of Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINSTER, WESTMINSTER ABBEY<br />Burial of Edward III of King ENGLAND197.<br />Burial of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203.<br />ENGLAND, MIDDLESEX, WESTMINSTER<br />Birth of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 17 June 1239.<br />Christening of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 21 June 1239.<br />ENGLAND, NORTHUMBERLAND, FLODDEN<br />Death of Alexander Hamilton128 on 9 September 1513.<br />ENGLAND, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, HARBY<br />Death of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 on 29 November 1290.<br />ENGLAND, OXFORDSHIRE, WOODSTOCK, PALACE<br />Birth of Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215 on 12 March 1279.<br />Birth of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201 on 8 June 1318.<br />Birth of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 15 June 1330.<br />Birth of Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188 on 16 June 1332.<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND189 in February 1334.<br />Birth of Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196 on 7 January 1354.<br />ENGLAND, SOUTHWARK. SURREY, OVERY, ST MARY<br />Marriage of James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173 on 20 September 1439.<br />ENGLAND, SUFFOLK, AUGUSTINIAN CLARE PRIORY<br />Burial of Joan of Acre208.<br />ENGLAND, SUFFOLK, CLARE, AUGUSTINE FRIARS<br />Burial of Lionel of Antwerp191.<br />ENGLAND, SUFFOLK, CLARE, AUSTIN FRIARS' CHURCH<br />Burial of Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209 on 26 April 1307.<br />ENGLAND, SUFFOLK, CLARE, CLARE CASTLE<br />Death of Joan of Acre208 on 7 April 1307.<br />ENGLAND, SUFFOLK, CLARE<br />Death of Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209.<br />ENGLAND, SURREY, SHENE PALACE<br />Death of Edward III of King ENGLAND197 on 21 June 1377.<br />ENGLAND, YORKSHIRE, HOWDENT<br />Death of Joan DE BEAUFORT182 on 13 November 1440.<br />Page 110<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />ESPAÑA<br />Death of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 on 21 August 1157.<br />FRANCE, ANJOU, MEUSE-ET-LOIRE, CHATEAU DE BEAUFORT<br />Birth of Henry BEAUFORT181 in 1376.<br />FRANCE, BASSES-PYRENEES, BAYONNE<br />Birth of Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210 on 24 November 1273.<br />FRANCE, CHALONS SURMARNEM MARNE<br />Death of Margaret of SCOTLAND160 on 16 August 1445.<br />FRANCE, CHALONS<br />Death of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 16 August 1445.<br />FRANCE, DEEUX-SEVRES, THOUARS, ST LAON ABBEY<br />Burial of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 14 November 1479.<br />FRANCE, HAUTE-GARONNE, TOULOUSE<br />Birth of Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND220 in 1286.<br />FRANCE, MEUSE-ET-LOIRE, CHATEAU DE BEAUFORT<br />Birth of Thomas BEAUFORT180 in January 1376.<br />Birth of Joan DE BEAUFORT182 on 29 January 1379.<br />FRANCE, PARIS, OF<br />Birth of Isabelle Princess of France219 in 1292.<br />FRANCE, PAS-DE-CALAIS, BOULOGNE<br />Marriage of Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219 on 22 January 1308.<br />FRANCE, PAS-DE-CALAIS, CALAIS<br />Death of Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196.<br />FRANCE, SOMME, PICARDY<br />Birth of Katherine DE ROET184 in 1350.<br />GEORGIA, WILKES COUNTY<br />Death of Matthew Patton72 in April 1805.<br />GERMANY, BAVARIA, MUNICH<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou4 on 26 September 1961.<br />GREECE, ATTICA, ATENS<br />Birth of Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou4 on 2 September 1938.<br />IN, KOKOMO<br />Birth of Carolyn Sue Biddle7 on 6 March 1943.<br />IN, TIPTON COUNTY<br />Birth of John Lavonne Biddle10 in 1918.<br />IN, TIPTON, TIPTON<br />Birth of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 on 28 August 1918.<br />INDIANA, GRANT COUNTY<br />Death of Essie Click27 in October 1966.<br />INDIANA, GRANT, GAS CITY<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1920.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1920.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1920.<br />Residence of Willard Click31 in 1920.<br />Residence of Raymond Click33 in 1920.<br />Page 111<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />INDIANA, GRANT, GAS CITY (Continued)<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1920.<br />Residence of Arnold Click32 in 1920.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1920.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1920.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1930.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1930.<br />INDIANA, HOWARD<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />INDIANA, TIPTON, JEFFERSON<br />Residence of John Lavonne Biddle10 in 1910.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 in 1910.<br />INDIANA, TIPTON<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />INDIANA<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Biddle10.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11.<br />IRELAND, DERRY (NOW LONDONDERRY), NEWTON-LIMAVADY<br />Birth of William Patton86 in 1688.<br />Birth of John Patton87 in 1689.<br />IRELAND, DERRY, LIMAVADY<br />Marriage of Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in 1687.<br />IRELAND, DONEGAL, GROGHAN COUNTY<br />Birth of Henry Patton100 in 1660.<br />IRELAND, DONEGAL, RAPHOE<br />Death of Richard Patton83 in 1751.<br />IRELAND, DUBLIN<br />Death of Henry Patton100 in 1743.<br />IRELAND, LONDONDERRY, LIMAVADY, NEWTON-LIMAVADY<br />Birth of James Patton91 on 8 July 1692.<br />IRELAND, NEAR LONDONDERRY, TIMIVADY COUNTY, NEWTOWN-DONEGAL<br />Birth of Mary Sarah Rogers88 in 1695.<br />IRELAND, ULSTER, DERRY (NOW LONDONDERRY), NEWTON-LIMAVADY<br />Death of Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in 1757.<br />IRELAND<br />Birth of Margaret Lynn102 in 1690.<br />Birth of John Patton69 in 1728.<br />Birth of Samuel Patton73 in 1732.<br />Death of Mathew Patton95 in 1751.<br />ISRAEL, HAZAFON, AKKO, (ACRE)<br />Birth of Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209 in 1272.<br />Page 112<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />ISRAEL, HAZAFON, AKKO<br />Birth of Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207 in 1271.<br />Death of Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207 in 1271.<br />ITALY, CUNEO, ALBA<br />Death of Lionel of Antwerp191 on 17 October 1368.<br />KENTUCKY, BATH, SALT LICK<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1930.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1930.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1930.<br />KENTUCKY, BOURBON COUNTY<br />Death of Lydia Patton74 on 29 May 1800.<br />KENTUCKY, BOYD, LAKE VIEW PRECINCT 17, ASHLAND (EXCL. ASHLAND CITY), MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT<br />5<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1900.<br />KENTUCKY, BOYD, OAKVIEW<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1900.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1900.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1900.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1900.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1900.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1900.<br />KENTUCKY, BREATHITT COUNTY, ELLIOTTSVILLE<br />Death of George W. Patton52 on 24 February 1907.<br />KENTUCKY, CAMPBELL<br />Death of Harvey John Click34 in July 1964.<br />KENTUCKY, CARTER COUNTY, BETHEL CEMETERY<br />Burial of William Harmon Click37 in April 1887.<br />KENTUCKY, CARTER COUNTY, WESLEYVILLE<br />Death of William Harmon Click37 on 15 April 1887.<br />KENTUCKY, ELLIOT, MARTINSBURG<br />Birth of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1874.<br />KENTUCKY, ELLIOTT, MARTINSBURG<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, ALLEN CEMETERY<br />Burial of Henry Patton58 in August 1866.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, INTERSTATE<br />Death of James Henry Patton65 in 1818.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, LANGLEY<br />Death of John Patton69 in 1813.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, MARTIN<br />Death of Florence Graham66 in 1840.<br />Death of Henry Patton58 on 10 August 1866.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, MAYTOWN<br />Death of David A. Click47 in 1898.<br />Page 113<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, NEAR HUEYSVILLE<br />Death of Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 on 17 January 1874.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, NEAR LANGLEY, STEPHENS BRANCH, STEPHENS CEMETERY<br />Burial of Florence Patton64 in February 1890.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, WAYLAND, WEBB BRANCH, CLICK CEMETERY<br />Burial of Samuel Click43 in February 1931.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY, WILSON CREEK/LANGLEY, SAMUEL BOGUE RATLIFF CEMETERY<br />Burial of Susannah " Susie" Click40 in 1870.<br />Burial of Nancy Patton46 in 1890.<br />Burial of David A. Click47 in 1898.<br />Burial of Margaret Rohessie Click38 in August 1910.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD COUNTY<br />Birth of Florence Patton64 on 28 August 1800.<br />Birth of Nancy Patton46 in 1809.<br />Birth of Frazier Patton48 in 1812.<br />Birth of William Patton49 in 1815.<br />Birth of Allen Patton50 in 1818.<br />Birth of Margaret Patton51 in 1821.<br />Birth of George W. Patton52 on 28 February 1822.<br />Marriage of David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46 on 16 August 1830.<br />Birth of William Harmon Click37 on 6 June 1833.<br />Birth of Kelsie Patton53 in 1833.<br />Birth of James P. Patton55 in 1836.<br />Birth of Margaret Rohessie Click38 on 11 October 1836.<br />Birth of Elizabeth Jane Click39 in 1838.<br />Birth of Henry C. Patton56 on 8 March 1839.<br />Birth of Susannah " Susie" Click40 in 1841.<br />Birth of Sarah Click41 in 1843.<br />Birth of John P. Click42 in 1846.<br />Birth of Samuel Click43 on 14 February 1849.<br />Birth of Amanda Click44 in 1851.<br />Death of Sarah Click41 on 14 May 1878.<br />Death of Allen Patton50 on 28 August 1878.<br />Death of Florence Patton64 on 4 February 1890.<br />Death of Nancy Patton46 in 1890.<br />Death of Margaret Rohessie Click38 on 10 August 1910.<br />Death of Samuel Click43 on 14 February 1931.<br />KENTUCKY, FLOYD<br />Birth of Harry " Harvey" Click36 in October 1832.<br />KENTUCKY, LEE, SAINT HELENS<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1920.<br />KENTUCKY, LEE<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34.<br />KENTUCKY, LEWIS COUNTY, SALT LICK<br />Birth of Laban Thomas Pitts28 on 16 January 1889.<br />KENTUCKY, PIKE COUNTY, ROBINSON CREEK<br />Death of Dorcas Patton63 on 9 June 1872.<br />KENTUCKY<br />Birth of Harvey John Click34 in 1868.<br />Birth of Willard Click31 in 1900.<br />Birth of Arnold Click32 in 1902.<br />Page 114<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />KILLED<br />Death of James Hamilton119 in 1548.<br />KING OF ENGLAND<br />Occupation of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224.<br />KY, FLOYD CO.<br />Marriage of Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 on 12 April 1810.<br />Death of Cynthia Patton60 in 1850.<br />Death of William Patton49 in 1857.<br />LAIGHWOOD<br />Death of John Stewart168 on 15 September 1512.<br />LIVING<br />Death of John Pierre Biddle3.<br />MONASTRY OF WORTH<br />Burial of Joan Countess of Ponthieu226.<br />NETHERLANDS, OVERIJSEL, DEVENTER<br />Death of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201 on 22 April 1355.<br />NETHERLANDS, ZEELAND, VEERE, KSTL SANDENBURCH<br />Death of Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150 on 20 March 1464.<br />NETHLANDS, ZEELAND, VEERE, KARL SANDENBURCH<br />Death of Mary of SCOTLAND163 on 20 March 1464.<br />NEVADA, CLARK, LAS VEGAS<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Mildred Calcagni6 on 20 October 1984.<br />NEVEDA, LAS VEGAS<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle1 and Millie Calcagni2 on 24 October 1984.<br />OF GAUNT<br />Birth of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 in 1340.<br />OH, PORTSMOUTH CITY, SCIOTO<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1910.<br />OHIO, HAM<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34.<br />OHIO, MONTGOMERY, DAYTON<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1930.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, NOT STATED<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH WARD 1<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1910.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1920.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1920.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1920.<br />Residence of Roby W Pitts8 in 1920.<br />Page 115<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH WARD 1 (Continued)<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1920.<br />Residence of Roby W Pitts8 in 1920.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1920.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH WARD 4<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1910.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1910.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in 1910.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in 1910.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1910.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH<br />Birth of Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 on 18 January 1924.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1930.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1930.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO, WASHINGTON<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1900.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in 1900.<br />OHIO, SCIOTO<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Birth of Robert Pitts21 on 7 August 1924.<br />OHIO<br />Residence of Essie Click27.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34.<br />Birth of Raymond Click33 in 1905.<br />PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER COUNTY<br />Birth of Andrew Patton77 in 1740.<br />PENNSYLVANIA, LANCASTER, OCTORARO CREEK<br />Birth of Lydia Patton74 in 1734.<br />PG. 702, O10; V. 9<br />Education of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224.<br />PORTUGAL, COIMBRA<br />Birth of URRACA DePORTUGAL231 in 1151.<br />R.I, PROVIDENCE<br />Birth of Millie Calcagni2 in 1936.<br />RI, PROVIDENCE<br />Birth of Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni5 on 17 February 1936.<br />SCOTLAND, <OCHILTREE>, <PAISLEY><br />Birth of Alexander Blair113 in 1572.<br />SCOTLAND, ARGYLLSHIRE, INNERMEATH<br />Birth of James Stewart175 in 1383.<br />Page 116<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />SCOTLAND, ARGYLLSHIRE, LORN<br />Birth of John Stewart168 in 1440.<br />SCOTLAND, AYR, BLAIR<br />Birth of Bryce John Blair109 in 1565.<br />Birth of Bryce Blair108 in 1565.<br />SCOTLAND, AYRSHIRE, BLAIR, AULDMUIR<br />Birth of Ann Miss Margaret Blair105 in 1610.<br />SCOTLAND, AYRSHIRE, BLAIR<br />Death of Gavin Blair115.<br />SCOTLAND, AYRSHIRE, GLENGARNOCK<br />Birth of Margaret Blair114 in 1574.<br />SCOTLAND, AYRSHIRE, LOCH LYNN<br />Death of Ann Miss Margaret Blair105 in 1660.<br />SCOTLAND, AYRSHIRE<br />Marriage of Alexander Blair120 and Grisel Semple117 in 1565.<br />Death of Alexander Blair120 in 1609.<br />SCOTLAND, DONEGAL, CIAGGO<br />Birth of Richard Patton83 in 1685.<br />SCOTLAND, DUMFRIESHIRE, SANQUHAR<br />Birth of William Hamilton125 in 1506.<br />SCOTLAND, EAST LOTHAN, DUNBAR CASTLE<br />Death of Joan Beaufort173 on 15 July 1445.<br />SCOTLAND, EDINBURGH, HOLYROOD ABBEY<br />Burial of Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153.<br />SCOTLAND, EDINBURGH, HOLYROOD PALACE<br />Birth of Alaxander (Twin) Stuart155 on 16 October 1430.<br />Birth of James II Stuart154 on 16 October 1430.<br />SCOTLAND, ENDINBURGH, HOLYROOD ABBEY<br />Burial of James II Stuart154.<br />SCOTLAND, FIFESHIRE, DUMFERLINE<br />Birth of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 in December 1394.<br />SCOTLAND, KELSO. ROXBURGHSHIRE, ROXBURGH CASTLE<br />Death of James Ii of SCOTLAND164 on 3 August 1460.<br />SCOTLAND, KILBIRNIE<br />Birth of Isabel Crawfurd116 in 1585.<br />SCOTLAND, KILMACRENAN<br />Birth of Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in 1664.<br />SCOTLAND, KINCARDINE, DUNDAFF<br />Residence of Elizabeth Graham139.<br />Birth of Elizabeth Graham139 in 1381.<br />SCOTLAND, KIRKCUDBRIGHJTSHR, LINCLUDEN<br />Birth of Andrew Stewart169 in 1443.<br />Page 117<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />SCOTLAND, LANARKSHIRE, CALDERWOOD<br />Birth of Marion Maxwell137 in 1448.<br />SCOTLAND, LANARKSHIRE, CAMBUSKEITH<br />Birth of John Hamilton136 in 1445.<br />Birth of Alexander Hamilton128 in 1485.<br />Death of John Hamilton136 in 1489.<br />Birth of John Hamilton122 in 1504.<br />SCOTLAND, LANARKSHIRE, CLYDESDALE, HAMILTON<br />Death of Mary Stewart140 in May 1488.<br />SCOTLAND, LANARKSHIRE, HAMILTON<br />Birth of James Hamilton143 in 1423.<br />SCOTLAND, LARNARKSHIRE, CLYDESDALE, HAMILTON<br />Death of James Hamilton143 on 6 November 1479.<br />Death of James II Hamilton142 on 6 November 1479.<br />SCOTLAND, LOTHIAN, MID, EDINBURGH<br />Death of Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 on 1 December 1463.<br />SCOTLAND, MID-LOTHIAN, EDINBURGH, HOLYROOD HOUSE<br />Burial of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 in 1460.<br />SCOTLAND, MID-LOTHIAN, EDINBURGH, HOLYROOD<br />Marriage of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 on 3 July 1449.<br />SCOTLAND, MIDLOTHIAN, EDINBURGHSHIRE, EDINBURGH<br />Death of William de Douglas130 on 24 November 1440.<br />Death of David Douglas131 on 24 November 1440.<br />SCOTLAND, OCHILTREE, PAISLEY<br />Birth of Alexander Blair112 in 1572.<br />SCOTLAND, OF AYRSHIRE<br />Death of Grisel Semple117 in 1609.<br />SCOTLAND, PEEBLES, EDDLESTON, RESTALRIG<br />Death of Archibald Unknown141 on 26 June 1438.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTH, STRATHEARN<br />Birth of Malise Graham145 in 1408.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTH<br />Burial of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTHSHIRE, LAIGHWOOD<br />Death of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 on 3 August 1460.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTHSHIRE, MONASTRY OF THE CHAPELHOUSE<br />Burial of Joan Beaufort173.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTHSHIRE, OF PERTH<br />Birth of Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150 in 1429.<br />Birth of Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156 in 1432.<br />Birth of Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157 in 1434.<br />SCOTLAND, PERTHSHIRE, PERTH<br />Birth of Margaret of SCOTLAND160 in 1424.<br />Birth of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 25 December 1424.<br />Birth of Isabella of SCOTLAND161 in 1426.<br />Birth of Joan of SCOTLAND162 in 1428.<br />Birth of Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148 in 1428.<br />Page 118<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />SCOTLAND, PERTHSHIRE, PERTH (Continued)<br />Birth of Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart149 in 1428.<br />Birth of Mary of SCOTLAND163 in 1429.<br />Birth of Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153 on 16 October 1430.<br />Birth of Alexander of SCOTLAND165 on 16 October 1430.<br />Birth of James Ii of SCOTLAND164 on 16 October 1430.<br />Birth of Annabella of SCOTLAND166 in 1432.<br />Birth of Eleanor of SCOTLAND167 in 1434.<br />Death of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 on 21 February 1436.<br />Death of Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156 on 27 June 1509.<br />SCOTLAND, RENFREW, ELIOTSTON<br />Birth of Robert Semple124 in 1505.<br />SCOTLAND, RENFREW, SEMPHILL<br />Birth of Robert Semple121 in 1530.<br />SCOTLAND, RENFREWSHIRE, DARNLEY<br />Death of Elizabeth Hamilton134 in April 1531.<br />SCOTLAND, RENFREWSHIRE, SEMPHILL<br />Birth of Grisel Semple117 in 1522.<br />SCOTLAND, ROXBURGH CASTLE<br />Death of Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153 on 24 June 1436.<br />Death of James II Stuart154 on 3 August 1460.<br />SCOTLAND, SOUTHWARK, ST. MARY OVERY, PRIORY CHURCH<br />Marriage of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173 on 2 February 1422.<br />SCOTLAND, STIRLINGSHIRE, STIRLING<br />Birth of Mary Stewart140 in May 1400.<br />SCOTLAND, WEST LOTHIAN, BONESS, KINNEIL HOUSE<br />Death of James Hamilton138 in 1472.<br />SCOTLAND<br />Death of Isabel Crawfurd116.<br />Marriage of Archibald Unknown141 and Mary Stewart140 in 1424.<br />Death of James Stewart175 in 1448.<br />Marriage of James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140 on 4 February 1474.<br />Marriage of James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart on 4 February 1474.<br />Marriage of James Hamilton143 and Mary Stewart140 on 4 February 1474.<br />Burial of James II Hamilton142 on 12 November 1479.<br />Birth of Marion Cunningham129 in 1488.<br />Death of Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148 on 22 June 1493.<br />Death of Joan of SCOTLAND162 on 22 June 1493.<br />Death of Isabella of SCOTLAND161 on 4 March 1498.<br />Death of Andrew Stewart169 on 29 September 1501.<br />Marriage of Alexander Hamilton128 and Marion Cunningham129 in 1504.<br />Birth of Isabel Hamilton123 in 1505.<br />Death of Annabella of SCOTLAND166 on 27 June 1509.<br />Death of John Hamilton122 on 12 December 1548.<br />Birth of Robert Blair110 in 1566.<br />Birth of James Blair111 in 1570.<br />Death of Robert Semple124 in 1573.<br />Birth of Mathew Patton95 in 1695.<br />SCOTLAND>, <<br />Birth of William de Douglas130 in 1425.<br />Birth of David Douglas131 in 1427.<br />Page 119<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />SCOTLAND>, AYRSHIRE, DUNDONALD, <<br />Birth of Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 in 1434.<br />SCOTLAND>, DUMFRIES, MOCHRUM, <<br />Birth of Elizabeth Douglas133 in 1436.<br />SCOTLAND>, DUMFRIES, SANQUHAR, <<br />Marriage of John Hamilton136 and Marion Maxwell137 in 1470.<br />SCOTLAND>, LANARK, CADZOW, <<br />Christening of James II Hamilton142.<br />Birth of Elizabeth Hamilton134 in 1442.<br />Birth of Agnes Hamilton135 in 1444.<br />Birth of James Hamilton138 in 1450.<br />SCOTLAND>, LANARK, DOUGLAS, <<br />Birth of Archibald Unknown141 in 1390.<br />SCOTLAND>, LANARK, HAMILTON, <<br />Birth of James II Hamilton142 in 1423.<br />SCOTLAND>, PEEBLES, EDDLESTON, <FALAHILL<br />Birth of Margaret de Douglas132 in 1430.<br />SCOTLAND>, PEEBLES, TRAQUAIR, <<br />Death of Margaret de Douglas132 in 1475.<br />SCOTLAND>, PERTH, BLACKFORD, <KINCARDINE<br />Birth of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 on 16 October 1430.<br />SCOTLAND>, PERTH, MENTEITH, <<br />Death of Malise Graham145 on 16 May 1491.<br />SCOTLAND>, PERTH, STRATHEARN, <<br />Birth of Euphemia Graham144 in 1400.<br />SCOTTLAND, AYRSHIRE, BLAIR<br />Birth of Alexander Blair120 in 1547.<br />Birth of Gavin Blair115 in 1578.<br />SP<br />Death of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194 in 1361.<br />Death of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195 on 1 October 1361.<br />SPAIN, ANDALUCIA, SEVILLE<br />Death of Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 on 30 May 1252.<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA-LEON, BURGOS, BURGOS<br />Death of BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 on 8 November 1246.<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA-LEON, LEON, PALENCIA<br />Death of BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236 on 3 February 1149.<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA-LEON, LEON, ZAMORA<br />Birth of Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 on 15 August 1171.<br />Death of FERDINAND II De LEON230 on 22 January 1188.<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA-LEON, LEON<br />Birth of FERDINAND II De LEON230 in 1137.<br />Page 120<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA-LEON, VALLADOLID, VALLADOLID<br />Marriage of Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 and BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 in December 1197.<br />SPAIN, CASTILLA<br />Birth of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 on 1 March 1105.<br />SPAIN, CATALONIA, BARCELONA<br />Birth of BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236 in 1116.<br />SPAIN, CATHEDRAL OF SEVILLE<br />Burial of Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225.<br />SPAIN, GALICIA, LUGO, SARRIA<br />Death of Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 '23 September or 24, 1230)'.<br />SPAIN, OLD CASTILE, BURGOS, BURGOS<br />Birth of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 in November 1241.<br />SPAIN<br />Death of URRACA DePORTUGAL231 in 1178.<br />STONEHOUSE<br />Birth of James Hamilton119 in 1520.<br />SURREY ENGLAND, BERMONDSEY, ST SAVIOUR'S MONASBURG<br />Death of Margaret Holland179 on 30 December 1439.<br />SYRIA, KINGDOM OF ACRE, ACRE<br />Birth of Joan of Acre208 in April 1272.<br />TENNESSEE, WASHINGTON COUNTY, LIMESTONE<br />Death of Harry " Harvey" Click36 in 1900.<br />U.S.A, PROVIDENCE R.I.<br />Birth of Mildred Calcagni6 on 17 February 1936.<br />UNITED STATES, ARIZONA, COCHISE, DOUGLAS<br />Death of Willard Click31 in March 1981.<br />UNITED STATES, INDIANA, GRANT, FOWLERTON<br />Death of Arnold Click32 on 12 September 1990.<br />UNITED STATES, INDIANA, GRANT, MARION<br />Birth of John Pierre Biddle1 on 7 April 1942.<br />UNITED STATES, KENTUCKY, ADAIR, COLUMBIA<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1880.<br />UNITED STATES, KENTUCKY, ELLIOTT, MARTINSBURG<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1880.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in 1880.<br />UNITED STATES, KENTUCKY<br />Birth of Elsie M Glick29 in July 1892.<br />Birth of Lilly Click30 in June 1895.<br />UNITED STATES, OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH<br />Residence of Roby W Pitts8.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28.<br />Page 121<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />UNITED STATES<br />Residence of Robert Pitts21.<br />USA, IN, HOWARD, KOKOMO<br />Death of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 on 24 March 1987.<br />USA, INDIANA, GRANT, MARION<br />Birth of John Pierre Biddle3 on 7 April 1942.<br />USA, INDIANA, HOWARD, KOKOMO<br />Death of John Lavonne Biddle10 in March 1987.<br />USA, INDIANA<br />Marriage of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 in 1942.<br />Death of Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 on 22 October 2008.<br />USA, KENTUCKY<br />Birth of Essie Click27 on 14 May 1891.<br />USA, NV, CLARK, LAS VEGAS<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni5 on 20 October 1984.<br />USA, OHIO, SCIOTO, PORTSMOUTH<br />Death of Roby W Pitts8 in 1964.<br />Death of Laban Thomas Pitts28 on 26 September 1972.<br />USA, OHIO<br />Birth of Roby W Pitts8 in 1916.<br />VA, AGUSTA CO<br />Death of John Patton87 in 1757.<br />VA, AGUSTA<br />Death of William Patton86 on 9 May 1742.<br />VA, AUGUSTA<br />Death of Margaret Lynn102 in 1773.<br />VA, MONTOGOMERY<br />Death of Thomas Patton85 in 1774.<br />VA, TASWELL<br />Death of Henry Patton97 in 1824.<br />VA<br />Death of James Patton91 on 30 July 1755.<br />VIRGINIA, AUGUSTA (NOW ROCKINGHAM) COUNTY<br />Birth of Dorcas Patton63 on 18 October 1790.<br />VIRGINIA, AUGUSTA COUNTY (NOW ROCKINGHAM COUNTY)<br />Birth of Isabella Patton78 in 1755.<br />Birth of Agnes Patton79 in 1756.<br />VIRGINIA, AUGUSTA COUNTY, ON THE JAMES RIVER<br />Birth of James Henry Patton65 in 1750.<br />VIRGINIA, AUGUSTA COUNTY<br />Birth of Matthew Patton72 in 1730.<br />Birth of Matthew Patton67 in May 1750.<br />Death of Mary Sarah Rogers88 in 1754.<br />Birth of Florence Graham66 in 1762.<br />Page 122<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Places<br />VIRGINIA, AUGUSTA<br />Marriage of John Patton69 and Janet Martha Steele71 on 23 March 1753.<br />VIRGINIA, GILES COUNTY<br />Death of Agnes Patton79 in 1843.<br />VIRGINIA, MONTGOMERY (NOW WYTHE) COUNTY<br />Birth of Samuel Allen Patton61 in 1788.<br />VIRGINIA, PATRICK COUNTY<br />Birth of Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 in 1794.<br />VIRGINIA, ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY<br />Marriage of John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89 on 23 March 1754.<br />VIRGINIA, ROCKINGHAM COUNTY<br />Birth of David A. Click47 in 1808.<br />VIRGINIA<br />Death of Samuel Patton73 on 5 September 1756.<br />Birth of Henry Patton58 in 1780.<br />Birth of Cynthia Patton60 in 1785.<br />WALES, CAERNARVONSHIRE, CAERNARVON, CAERNARVON CASTLE<br />Birth of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 25 April 1284.<br />WALES, FLINTSHIRE, RHUDDLAN CASTLE<br />Birth of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 7 August 1282.<br />WALTHAM ABBEY<br />Burial of Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216.<br />WASHINGTON PA<br />Death of Hugh Patton98 in 1778.<br />ZAMORA), VALPARAÍSO MONASTERY (PELEAS DE ARRIBA<br />Birth of Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 on 5 August 1199.<br />Page 123<br />9. INDEX OF DATES<br />1070<br />Birth of Raymond de Burgundy238.<br />1082<br />Birth of Urraca I de Castile239.<br />1105<br />Birth of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 on 1 March, in Castilla, Spain.<br />1107<br />Death of Raymond de Burgundy238.<br />1116<br />Birth of BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236 in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.<br />1128<br />Marriage of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 and BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236.<br />1130<br />Birth of Rixa Piast237.<br />1137<br />Birth of FERDINAND II De LEON230 in Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />1149<br />Death of BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria DeBARCELONA236 on 3 February, in Palencia, Leon, Castilla-Leon,<br />Spain.<br />1151<br />Birth of URRACA DePORTUGAL231 in Coimbra, Portugal.<br />1152<br />Marriage of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 and Rixa Piast237.<br />1154<br />Birth of Sancha de Castile234.<br />1157<br />Death of Urraca I de Castile239.<br />Death of ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE235 on 21 August, in España.<br />1158<br />Death of Sancho III de Castile233.<br />1160<br />Death of Constance de Castile232.<br />1171<br />Birth of Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 on 15 August, in Zamora, Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />1178<br />Death of URRACA DePORTUGAL231 in Spain.<br />1181<br />Birth of BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 in Castile.<br />1188<br />Death of FERDINAND II De LEON230 on 22 January, in Zamora, Leon, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />1197<br />Marriage of Alfonso IX of King of of Castille228 and BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 in December, in Valladolid, Valladolid,<br />Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />1199<br />Birth of Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 on 5 August, in Valparaíso Monastery (Peleas de Arriba, Zamora).<br />1220<br />Birth of Joan Countess of Ponthieu226.<br />1232<br />Death of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND214 on 21 July.<br />1239<br />Birth of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 17 June, in Westminster, Middlesex, England.<br />Christening of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 21 June, in Westminster, Middlesex, England.<br />1241<br />Birth of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 in November, in Burgos, Burgos, Old Castile, Spain.<br />1246<br />Death of BEREGARIA ALFONSEZ229 on 8 November, in Burgos, Burgos, Castilla-Leon, Spain.<br />1252<br />Death of Ferdinand III of Fernando of Castille225 on 30 May, in Seville, Andalucia, Spain.<br />1264<br />Birth of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />Page 124<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1265<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />Burial of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND204 on 7 September, in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />1266<br />Birth of John Prince Of ENGLAND205 on 10 July, in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />1267<br />Birth of Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />1271<br />Death of Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207 in Akko, Hazafon, Israel.<br />Birth of Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of ENGLAND207 in Akko, Hazafon, Israel.<br />1272<br />Birth of Joan of Acre208 in April, in Acre, Kingdom of Acre, Syria.<br />Birth of Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209 in (acre), Akko, Hazafon, Israel.<br />Death of John Prince Of ENGLAND205 on 1 August.<br />1273<br />Birth of Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210 on 24 November, in Bayonne, Basses-Pyrenees, France.<br />1274<br />Birth of Isabel Princess Of ENGLAND211 in Of, Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.<br />Death of Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206 on 14 October.<br />Burial of Henry Prince Of ENGLAND206 on 20 October.<br />1275<br />Birth of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212 on 11 September, in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />1276<br />Birth of Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213 in Kennington, Berkshire, England.<br />1277<br />Death of Berengaria Princess Of ENGLAND213.<br />1278<br />Birth of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND214 on 11 March, in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />1279<br />Birth of Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215 on 12 March, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />Death of Joan Countess of Ponthieu226 on 16 March, in Abbeville.<br />1282<br />Birth of Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216 on 7 August.<br />Birth of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 7 August, in Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire, Wales.<br />1284<br />Birth of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 25 April, in Caernarvon Castle, Caernarvon, Caernarvonshire, Wales.<br />Death of Alphonso Prince Of ENGLAND210 on 19 August.<br />1286<br />Birth of Beatrice Princess Of ENGLAND220 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France.<br />1290<br />Birth of Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND221 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.<br />Death of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 on 29 November, in Harby, Nottinghamshire, England.<br />Burial of Eleanor (Leonor) of of Castile223 on 16 December, in Westminster Abbey, Middlesex, England.<br />1291<br />Death of Alice Princess Of ENGLAND215.<br />1292<br />Birth of Isabelle Princess of France219 in Of, Paris, France.<br />1298<br />Death of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND203 in Gent, F-Occd, Belgium.<br />1307<br />Death of Joan of Acre208 on 7 April, in Clare Castle, Clare, Suffolk, England.<br />Burial of Joan " of Acre" Princess of ENGLAND209 on 26 April, in Austin Friars' Church, Clare, Suffolk, England.<br />Death of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 7 July, in en route to another campaign against the Scots.<br />Burial of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 28 October, in Westminster Abbey, Westminister,<br />Middlesex, England.<br />Burial of Edward I " Longshanks" King Of King of England224 on 28 October, in Westminster Abbey, London, England.<br />1308<br />Marriage of Edward II King Of King of England218 and Isabelle Princess of France219 on 22 January, in Boulogne,<br />Pas-De-Calais, France.<br />1312<br />Birth of Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198 in Hainault, Belgium.<br />Birth of Edward III of King ENGLAND197 on 13 November, in Windsor Castle, Berks, England.<br />Christening of Edward III of King ENGLAND197 on 20 November.<br />Page 125<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1314<br />Birth of Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199 in Mons, Hainaut, Belgium [24 Jun].<br />1315<br />Birth of John Prince Of ENGLAND200 on 15 August, in Eltham, Kent, England.<br />1316<br />Death of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 5 May, in Quendon, Essex, England.<br />Death of Elizabeth of Rhuddlan216 on 5 May.<br />Burial of Elizabeth Princess Of ENGLAND217 on 23 May, in Walden Abbey, Hartfordshire, England.<br />1318<br />Birth of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201 on 8 June, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />Death of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND212.<br />1321<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202 in July, in Tower Of London, London, Middlesex, England.<br />1327<br />Death of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 21 September, in Berkeley Castle, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, England.<br />Burial of Edward II King Of King of England218 on 20 December, in Cathedral, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.<br />1330<br />Birth of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 15 June, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />1332<br />Birth of Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188 on 16 June, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />1334<br />Birth of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND189 in February, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />1336<br />Birth of William Prince Of ENGLAND190 on 15 February, in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England.<br />Death of John Prince Of ENGLAND200 on 14 September.<br />1337<br />Death of William Prince Of ENGLAND190 on 7 July.<br />1338<br />Birth of Lionel of Antwerp191 on 29 November, in Antwerp, Antwerp Belgium.<br />1339<br />Birth of John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 in March, in Abbaye DE St Bavon, Ghent, Flandre-Orientale, Belguim.<br />1340<br />Birth of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 in of Gaunt.<br />1341<br />Birth of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185 on 5 June, in Kings Langley, Herts, England.<br />1342<br />Death of Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193 in March.<br />Birth of Blanche Princess Of ENGLAND193 in March, in Tower Of London, London, Middlesex, England.<br />1344<br />Birth of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194 on 10 October, in Bishops Waltham, Hampshire, England.<br />1346<br />Birth of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195 on 20 July, in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.<br />1348<br />Death of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND189 on 2 September.<br />1350<br />Birth of Katherine DE ROET184 in Picardy, Somme, France.<br />1354<br />Birth of Thomas Prince Of ENGLAND196 on 7 January, in Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.<br />1355<br />Death of Eleanor Princess Of ENGLAND201 on 22 April, in Deventer, Overijsel, Netherlands.<br />1358<br />Death of Isabelle Princess of France219 on 21 November, in Hertford Castle, Hertfordshire, England.<br />1361<br />Death of Mary Princess Of ENGLAND194 in Sp.<br />Death of Margaret Princess Of ENGLAND195 on 1 October, in Sp.<br />1362<br />Death of Joan Princess Of ENGLAND202 on 7 September, in Hertford, Hertfordshire, England.<br />1368<br />Death of Lionel of Antwerp191 on 17 October, in Alba, Cuneo, Italy.<br />1369<br />Death of Phillippa Countess of HAINSAULT198 on 14 August, in Windsor Castle, Berks, England.<br />Death of Philippa Queen Of ENGLAND199 on 15 August, in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England.<br />Page 126<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1373<br />Birth of John de Beaufort178 in Pottersgate, Lincolnshire, England.<br />1376<br />Birth of Thomas BEAUFORT180 in January, in Chateau DE Beaufort, Meuse-Et-Loire, France.<br />Death of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 8 June, in Palace, Westminster, Berkshire, England.<br />Birth of Henry BEAUFORT181 in Chateau DE Beaufort, Meuse-Et-Loire, Anjou, France.<br />Burial of Edward " The Black" Prince Of ENGLAND187 on 29 September, in Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England.<br />1377<br />Death of Edward III of King ENGLAND197 on 21 June, in Shene Palace, Surrey, England.<br />1379<br />Birth of Joan DE BEAUFORT182 on 29 January, in Chateau DE Beaufort, Meuse-Et-Loire, France.<br />Death of Isabel Princess of ENGLAND188 on 3 May, in Grey Friars, Newgate, Middlesex, England.<br />1381<br />Birth of Elizabeth Graham139 in Dundaff, Kincardine, Scotland.<br />1383<br />Birth of James Stewart175 in Innermeath, Argyllshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Margaret Holland179 in Upholland, Lancashire, England.<br />1390<br />Birth of Archibald Unknown141 in <, Douglas, Lanark, Scotland>.<br />1394<br />Birth of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 in December, in Dumferline, Fifeshire, Scotland.<br />1397<br />Birth of Henry BEAUFORT170 in Westminister, Middlesex, England.<br />1398<br />Death of John of Gaunt PLANTAGENET183 on 3 February, in Leichester Castle, Leicester, Leicestershire, England.<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March, in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England.<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March, in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England.<br />1399<br />Burial of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 on 15 March, in St Paul's Cathedral, London, Middlesex, England.<br />Death of John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of ENGLAND192 in Leicester Castle, Leicester, Leicestershire, England.<br />1400<br />Birth of Mary Stewart140 in May, in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Euphemia Graham144 in <, Strathearn, Perth, Scotland>.<br />1402<br />Death of Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of ENGLAND185 on 1 August, in Langley, Hertfordshire, England.<br />1403<br />Death of Katherine DE ROET184 on 10 May, in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.<br />1404<br />Birth of John BEAUFORT171 on 25 March, in Westminister, Middlesex, England.<br />1405<br />Birth of Thomas BEAUFORT172 in Westminister, Middlesex, England.<br />1406<br />Birth of Joan Beaufort173 in of Westminster, Middlesex, England.<br />Birth of Edmund BEAUFORT176 in Westminister, Middlesex, England.<br />1408<br />Birth of Malise Graham145 in Strathearn, Perth, Scotland.<br />1409<br />Death of John de Beaufort178 on 16 March, in St Catherine By The Tower Hospit, London Middlesex, England.<br />Birth of Margaret BEAUFORT177 in Westminister, Middlesex, England.<br />1411<br />Marriage of John de Beaufort178 and Margaret Holland179 on 10 November, in Upholland, Lancashire, England.<br />1418<br />Death of Henry BEAUFORT170 on 25 November.<br />1422<br />Marriage of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 and Joan Beaufort173 on 2 February, in Priory Church, St. Mary<br />Overy, Southwark, Scotland.<br />1423<br />Birth of James II Hamilton142 in <, Hamilton, Lanark, Scotland>.<br />Birth of James Hamilton143 in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />1424<br />Marriage of Archibald Unknown141 and Mary Stewart140 in Scotland.<br />Birth of Margaret of SCOTLAND160 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 25 December, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Page 127<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1425<br />Death of Margaret BEAUFORT177.<br />Birth of William de Douglas130 in <, Scotland>.<br />1426<br />Birth of Isabella of SCOTLAND161 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Thomas BEAUFORT180 on 31 December, in Greenwich Manor, East Greenwich, Kent, England.<br />1427<br />Birth of David Douglas131 in <, Scotland>.<br />1428<br />Birth of Joan of SCOTLAND162 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart149 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Joan" The Dumb Lady" Stuart147.<br />1429<br />Birth of Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150 in Of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Mary of SCOTLAND163 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />1430<br />Birth of Margaret de Douglas132 in <Falahill, Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland>.<br />Birth of James II Stuart154 on 16 October, in Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland.<br />Birth of James Ii of SCOTLAND164 on 16 October, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Alaxander (Twin) Stuart155 on 16 October, in Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland.<br />Birth of Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153 on 16 October, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Alexander of SCOTLAND165 on 16 October, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 on 16 October, in <Kincardine, Blackford, Perth, Scotland>.<br />1431<br />Death of Alexander of SCOTLAND165.<br />1432<br />Birth of Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156 in Of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Thomas BEAUFORT172.<br />Birth of Annabella of SCOTLAND166 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />1434<br />Birth of Eleanor of SCOTLAND167 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 in <, Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scotland>.<br />Birth of Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157 in Of Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />1436<br />Death of James , I, King Of SCOTLAND Stuart174 on 21 February, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland Stuart153 on 24 June, in Roxburgh Castle, Scotland.<br />Birth of Elizabeth Douglas133 in <, Mochrum, Dumfries, Scotland>.<br />1438<br />Death of Archibald Unknown141 on 26 June, in Restalrig, Eddleston, Peebles, Scotland.<br />1439<br />Marriage of James Stewart175 and Joan Beaufort173 on 20 September, in St Mary, Overy, Southwark. Surrey, England.<br />Death of Margaret Holland179 on 30 December, in St Saviour's Monasburg, Bermondsey, Surrey England.<br />1440<br />Birth of John Stewart168 in Lorn, Argyllshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Joan DE BEAUFORT182 on 13 November, in Howdent, Yorkshire, England.<br />Death of David Douglas131 on 24 November, in Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Midlothian, Scotland.<br />Death of William de Douglas130 on 24 November, in Edinburgh, Edinburghshire, Midlothian, Scotland.<br />1442<br />Birth of Elizabeth Hamilton134 in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland>.<br />1443<br />Birth of Andrew Stewart169 in Lincluden, Kirkcudbrighjtshr, Scotland.<br />1444<br />Death of John BEAUFORT171 on 27 May.<br />Birth of Agnes Hamilton135 in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland>.<br />1445<br />Birth of John Hamilton136 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Joan Beaufort173 on 15 July, in Dunbar Castle, East Lothan, Scotland.<br />Death of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 16 August, in Chalons, France.<br />Death of Margaret of SCOTLAND160 on 16 August, in Chalons Surmarnem Marne, France.<br />Page 128<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1447<br />Death of Henry BEAUFORT181 on 11 April, in Winchester, Hampshire, England.<br />1448<br />Death of James Stewart175 in Scotland.<br />Birth of Marion Maxwell137 in Calderwood, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />1449<br />Marriage of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 and Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 on 3 July, in<br />Holyrood, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland.<br />1450<br />Birth of James Hamilton138 in <, Cadzow, Lanark, Scotland>.<br />1455<br />Death of Edmund BEAUFORT176 on 22 May, in Battle Of St. Albans.<br />1460<br />Burial of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 in Holyrood House, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland.<br />Death of James I I King of Scotland II Stewart151 on 3 August, in Laighwood, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />Death of James II Stuart154 on 3 August, in Roxburgh Castle, Scotland.<br />Death of James Ii of SCOTLAND164 on 3 August, in Roxburgh Castle, Kelso. Roxburghshire, Scotland.<br />1463<br />Death of Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie Stewart152 on 1 December, in Edinburgh, Mid, Lothian, Scotland.<br />1464<br />Death of Mary , Princess of Scotland Stuart150 on 20 March, in Kstl Sandenburch, Veere, Zeeland, Netherlands.<br />Death of Mary of SCOTLAND163 on 20 March, in Karl Sandenburch, Veere, Zeeland, Nethlands.<br />1468<br />Death of Euphemia Graham144 in November.<br />1470<br />Marriage of John Hamilton136 and Marion Maxwell137 in <, Sanquhar, Dumfries, Scotland>.<br />1472<br />Death of James Hamilton138 in Kinneil House, Boness, West Lothian, Scotland.<br />1474<br />Marriage of James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart140 on 4 February, in Scotland.<br />Marriage of James II Hamilton142 and Mary Stewart on 4 February, in Scotland.<br />Marriage of James Hamilton143 and Mary Stewart140 on 4 February, in Scotland.<br />1475<br />Death of Margaret de Douglas132 in <, Traquair, Peebles, Scotland>.<br />1479<br />Death of James II Hamilton142 on 6 November, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Larnarkshire, Scotland.<br />Death of James Hamilton143 on 6 November, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Larnarkshire, Scotland.<br />Burial of James II Hamilton142 on 12 November, in Scotland.<br />Burial of Margaret , Princess of Scotland Stuart146 on 14 November, in St Laon Abbey, Thouars, Deeux-Sevres, France.<br />1480<br />Death of Eleanor , Princess of Scotland Stuart157 on 20 November, in Probably, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austria.<br />Death of Eleanor of SCOTLAND167 on 20 November, in Oinnsbruck, Tirol;, Austria.<br />1485<br />Birth of Alexander Hamilton128 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />1488<br />Death of Mary Stewart140 in May, in Hamilton, Clydesdale, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Marion Cunningham129 in Scotland.<br />1489<br />Death of John Hamilton136 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />1491<br />Death of Malise Graham145 on 16 May, in <, Menteith, Perth, Scotland>.<br />1493<br />Death of Joan of SCOTLAND162 on 22 June, in Scotland.<br />Death of Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland Stuart148 on 22 June, in Scotland.<br />1494<br />Death of Isabel Stuart159.<br />Death of Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland Stuart149 on 13 October.<br />1498<br />Death of Isabella of SCOTLAND161 on 4 March, in Scotland.<br />1501<br />Death of Andrew Stewart169 on 29 September, in Scotland.<br />Page 129<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1504<br />Marriage of Alexander Hamilton128 and Marion Cunningham129 in Scotland.<br />Birth of John Hamilton122 in Cambuskeith, Lanarkshire, Scotland.<br />1505<br />Birth of Isabel Hamilton123 in Scotland.<br />Birth of Robert Semple124 in Eliotston, Renfrew, Scotland.<br />1506<br />Birth of William Hamilton125 in Sanquhar, Dumfrieshire, Scotland.<br />1509<br />Death of Annabella of SCOTLAND166 on 27 June, in Scotland.<br />Death of Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) Stuart156 on 27 June, in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland.<br />1510<br />Birth of Robert Hamilton126.<br />1512<br />Birth of Alexander Hamilton127.<br />Death of John Stewart168 on 15 September, in Laighwood.<br />1513<br />Death of Alexander Hamilton128 on 9 September, in Flodden, Northumberland, England.<br />1520<br />Birth of James Hamilton119 in stonehouse.<br />1522<br />Birth of Grisel Semple117 in Semphill, Renfrewshire, Scotland.<br />1525<br />Birth of John Hamilton118.<br />1530<br />Birth of Robert Semple121 in Semphill, Renfrew, Scotland.<br />1531<br />Death of Elizabeth Hamilton134 in April, in Darnley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.<br />1545<br />Marriage of James Hamilton119 and Grisel Semple117.<br />Marriage of John Hamilton118 and Grisel Semple117.<br />1546<br />Birth of David Hamilton107.<br />1547<br />Birth of Alexander Blair120 in Blair, Ayrshire, Scottland.<br />1548<br />Death of James Hamilton119 in Killed.<br />Death of John Hamilton122 on 12 December, in Scotland.<br />1565<br />Birth of Bryce Blair108 in Blair, Ayr, Scotland.<br />Marriage of Alexander Blair120 and Grisel Semple117 in Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Bryce John Blair109 in Blair, Ayr, Scotland.<br />1566<br />Birth of Robert Blair110 in Scotland.<br />1568<br />Death of Robert Semple121.<br />1570<br />Birth of James Blair111 in Scotland.<br />1572<br />Birth of Alexander Blair112 in Paisley, Ochiltree, Scotland.<br />Birth of Alexander Blair113 in <Paisley>, <Ochiltree>, Scotland.<br />1573<br />Death of Robert Semple124 in Scotland.<br />1574<br />Birth of Margaret Blair114 in Glengarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />1578<br />Birth of Gavin Blair115 in Blair, Ayrshire, Scottland.<br />1581<br />Death of William Hamilton125.<br />1585<br />Birth of Isabel Crawfurd116 in Kilbirnie, Scotland.<br />Page 130<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1605<br />Birth of Andrew Lynn106.<br />1609<br />Death of Grisel Semple117 in Of Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Death of Alexander Blair120 in Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />1610<br />Birth of Ann Miss Margaret Blair105 in Auldmuir, Blair, Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />1635<br />Birth of David Lynn103.<br />1639<br />Death of Bryce John Blair109 on 4 February.<br />Death of Bryce Blair108 on 4 February.<br />1643<br />Death of Andrew Lynn106.<br />1655<br />Birth of Margaret Patton104.<br />1660<br />Death of Ann Miss Margaret Blair105 in Loch Lynn, Ayrshire, Scotland.<br />Birth of Henry Patton100 in Groghan County, Donegal, Ireland.<br />1664<br />Birth of Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in Kilmacrenan, Scotland.<br />1672<br />Birth of William Lynn101.<br />1685<br />Birth of Robert Patton84.<br />Birth of Richard Patton83 in Ciaggo, Donegal, Scotland.<br />1686<br />Birth of Thomas Patton85.<br />1687<br />Marriage of Henry Patton100 and Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in Limavady, Derry, Ireland.<br />1688<br />Birth of William Patton86 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry), Ireland.<br />1689<br />Birth of John Patton87 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry), Ireland.<br />Birth of Andrew Patton90.<br />1690<br />Birth of Margaret Lynn102 in Ireland.<br />1692<br />Birth of James Patton91 on 8 July, in Newton-Limavady, Limavady, Londonderry, Ireland.<br />1695<br />Birth of Mathew Patton95 in Scotland.<br />Birth of Mary Sarah Rogers88 in Newtown-Donegal, Timivady County, Near Londonderry, Ireland.<br />Birth of Charles Patton93.<br />Birth of Benjamin Patton94.<br />Birth of David Patton92.<br />1700<br />Birth of Elizabeth Patton96 on 25 December.<br />1705<br />Birth of Henry Patton97.<br />1710<br />Birth of Hugh Patton98.<br />1715<br />Birth of Agnes Snodgrass89.<br />1727<br />Death of William Lynn101.<br />Death of David Lynn103.<br />Death of Margaret Patton104.<br />1728<br />Birth of John Patton69 in Ireland.<br />Birth of Mary Anderson70 in Augusta co Va.<br />Page 131<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1730<br />Immigration of John Patton87.<br />Immigration of Elizabeth Patton96.<br />Immigration of James Patton91.<br />Birth of Matthew Patton72 in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Birth of Janet Martha Steele71.<br />1732<br />Birth of Samuel Patton73 in Ireland.<br />1734<br />Birth of Lydia Patton74 in Octoraro Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.<br />Birth of Benjamin Patton75.<br />Birth of Alexander Patton76.<br />1740<br />Birth of Andrew Patton77 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.<br />1742<br />Death of William Patton86 on 9 May, in Agusta, Va.<br />1743<br />Death of Henry Patton100 in Dublin, Ireland.<br />1747<br />Death of Andrew Patton90.<br />1750<br />Birth of Matthew Patton67 in May, in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Birth of James Henry Patton65 in On the James River, Augusta County, Virginia.<br />1751<br />Death of Richard Patton83 in Raphoe, Donegal, Ireland.<br />Death of Mathew Patton95 in Ireland.<br />1753<br />Marriage of John Patton69 and Janet Martha Steele71 on 23 March, in Augusta, Virginia.<br />1754<br />Marriage of John Patton87 and Agnes Snodgrass89 on 23 March, in Rockbridge County, Virginia.<br />Death of Mary Sarah Rogers88 in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />Birth of William Patton68.<br />1755<br />Death of Robert Patton84 in June.<br />Birth of Isabella Patton78 in Augusta County (now Rockingham County), Virginia.<br />Death of James Patton91 on 30 July, in Va.<br />1756<br />Birth of Agnes Patton79 in Augusta County (now Rockingham County), Virginia.<br />Death of Samuel Patton73 on 5 September, in Virginia.<br />1757<br />Death of John Patton87 in Agusta Co, Va.<br />Death of Sarah Cameron Lynn99 in Newton-Limavady, Derry (now Londonderry), Ulster, Ireland.<br />1762<br />Birth of Florence Graham66 in Augusta County, Virginia.<br />1773<br />Occupation of Thomas Patton85.<br />Death of Margaret Lynn102 in Augusta, Va.<br />1774<br />Death of Thomas Patton85 in Montogomery, Va.<br />1776<br />Death of Elizabeth Patton96 on 25 December.<br />1778<br />Birth of Jane Patton57.<br />Death of Hugh Patton98 in Washington Pa.<br />1780<br />Birth of Henry Patton58 in Virginia.<br />Death of Mary Anderson70.<br />1783<br />Birth of William Patton59.<br />1785<br />Birth of Cynthia Patton60 in Virginia.<br />Page 132<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1788<br />Birth of Samuel Allen Patton61 in Montgomery (now Wythe) County, Virginia.<br />1790<br />Birth of Dorcas Patton63 on 18 October, in Augusta (now Rockingham) County, Virginia.<br />1794<br />Birth of Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 in Patrick County, Virginia.<br />1800<br />Death of Lydia Patton74 on 29 May, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.<br />Birth of Florence Patton64 on 28 August, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1805<br />Death of Matthew Patton72 in April, in Wilkes County, Georgia.<br />1808<br />Birth of David A. Click47 in Rockingham County, Virginia.<br />1809<br />Birth of Nancy Patton46 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1810<br />Marriage of Samuel Allen Patton61 and Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 on 12 April, in Floyd Co., KY.<br />1812<br />Birth of Frazier Patton48 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1813<br />Death of John Patton69 in Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1815<br />Birth of William Patton49 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1816<br />Death of William Patton68.<br />1818<br />Birth of Allen Patton50 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Death of James Henry Patton65 in Interstate, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1821<br />Birth of Margaret Patton51 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1822<br />Birth of George W. Patton52 on 28 February, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1824<br />Death of Henry Patton97 in Taswell, Va.<br />1830<br />Marriage of David A. Click47 and Nancy Patton46 on 16 August, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1832<br />Birth of Harry " Harvey" Click36 in October, in Floyd, Kentucky.<br />1833<br />Birth of William Harmon Click37 on 6 June, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Birth of Kelsie Patton53 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1834<br />Birth of Samuel Allen Patton54 on 10 March.<br />1836<br />Birth of James P. Patton55 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Birth of Margaret Rohessie Click38 on 11 October, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1838<br />Birth of Elizabeth Jane Click39 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1839<br />Birth of Henry C. Patton56 on 8 March, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1840<br />Death of Florence Graham66 in Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1841<br />Birth of Susannah " Susie" Click40 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1843<br />Birth of Sarah Click41 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Death of Agnes Patton79 in Giles County, Virginia.<br />1846<br />Birth of John P. Click42 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1849<br />Birth of Samuel Click43 on 14 February, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Page 133<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1850<br />Death of Cynthia Patton60 in Floyd Co., Ky.<br />1851<br />Birth of Amanda Click44 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1853<br />Birth of Catharine Click45.<br />1857<br />Death of William Patton49 in Floyd Co., KY.<br />1865<br />Birth of Harvey John Click34.<br />1866<br />Death of Henry Patton58 on 10 August, in Martin, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of Henry Patton58 in August, in Allen Cemetery, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1868<br />Birth of Harvey John Click34 in Kentucky.<br />Birth of Harvey John Click34.<br />1869<br />Death of Samuel Allen Patton61.<br />1870<br />Burial of Susannah " Susie" Click40 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Death of Susannah " Susie" Click40.<br />1872<br />Death of Dorcas Patton63 on 9 June, in Robinson Creek, Pike County, Kentucky.<br />1874<br />Death of Elizabeth Collingsworth Allen62 on 17 January, in Near Hueysville, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Birth of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Martinsburg, Elliot, Kentucky.<br />Birth of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />Birth of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />1875<br />Death of Frazier Patton48 on 14 June.<br />1877<br />Birth of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />1878<br />Death of Sarah Click41 on 14 May, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Death of Allen Patton50 on 28 August, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1880<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky, United States.<br />Death of Margaret Patton51.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Columbia, Adair, Kentucky, United States.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky, United States.<br />1885<br />Death of Amanda Click44.<br />1887<br />Death of William Harmon Click37 on 15 April, in Wesleyville, Carter County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of William Harmon Click37 in April, in Bethel Cemetery, Carter County, Kentucky.<br />Death of James P. Patton55.<br />1889<br />Birth of Laban Thomas Pitts28 on 16 January, in Salt Lick, Lewis County, Kentucky.<br />1890<br />Death of Florence Patton64 on 4 February, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of Florence Patton64 in February, in Stephens Cemetery, Stephens Branch, near Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Marriage of Harvey John Click34 and Mary Elizabeth DeHart35.<br />Death of Nancy Patton46 in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of Nancy Patton46 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1891<br />Birth of Essie Click27 on 14 May, in Kentucky, USA.<br />1892<br />Birth of Elsie M Glick29 in July, in Kentucky, United States.<br />Birth of Harvey John Click34 on 15 August.<br />1895<br />Birth of Lilly Click30 in June, in Kentucky, United States.<br />Page 134<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1898<br />Death of David A. Click47 in Maytown, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of David A. Click47 in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1900<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Washington, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Washington, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Magisterial District 5, Ashland (Excl. Ashland City), Lake View Precinct 17, Boyd,<br />Kentucky.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Oakview, Boyd, Kentucky.<br />Death of Harry " Harvey" Click36 in Limestone, Washington County, Tennessee.<br />Birth of Willard Click31 in Kentucky.<br />1902<br />Birth of Arnold Click32 in Kentucky.<br />1905<br />Birth of Raymond Click33 in Ohio.<br />1907<br />Death of George W. Patton52 on 24 February, in Elliottsville, Breathitt County, Kentucky.<br />1910<br />Residence of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 in Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Martinsburg, Elliott, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Portsmouth Ward 4, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Scioto, Portsmouth City, OH.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of John Lavonne Biddle10 in Jefferson, Tipton, Indiana.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Death of Margaret Rohessie Click38 on 10 August, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of Margaret Rohessie Click38 in August, in Samuel Bogue Ratliff Cemetery, Wilson Creek/Langley, Floyd County,<br />Kentucky.<br />1912<br />Death of Henry C. Patton56 on 28 October.<br />1913<br />Death of Samuel Allen Patton54 on 4 May.<br />1916<br />Birth of Roby W Pitts8 in Ohio, USA.<br />1918<br />Birth of John Lavonne Biddle10 in Tipton County, IN.<br />Birth of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 on 28 August.<br />Birth of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 on 28 August, in Tipton, Tipton, IN.<br />1920<br />Residence of Willard Click31 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Arnold Click32 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Roby W Pitts8 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Roby W Pitts8 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Page 135<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1920 (Continued)<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Raymond Click33 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Saint Helens, Lee, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Essie Click27 in Portsmouth Ward 1, Scioto, Ohio.<br />1924<br />Birth of Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 on 18 January, in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Birth of Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 on 18 January.<br />Birth of Robert Pitts21 on 7 August, in Scioto, Ohio.<br />1930<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Mary Elizabeth DeHart35 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio.<br />Residence of Laban Thomas Pitts28 in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Gas City, Grant, Indiana.<br />Residence of Harvey John Click34 in Salt Lick, Bath, Kentucky.<br />1931<br />Death of Samuel Click43 on 14 February, in Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />Burial of Samuel Click43 in February, in Click Cemetery, Webb Branch, Wayland, Floyd County, Kentucky.<br />1935<br />Marriage of Laban Thomas Pitts28 and Edna M Lyon on 3 May.<br />1936<br />Birth of Mildred Calcagni6 on 17 February, in Providence R.I., U.S.A.<br />Birth of Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni5 on 17 February, in Providence, RI.<br />Birth of Millie Calcagni2 in Providence, R.I.<br />1938<br />Birth of Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou4 on 2 September, in Atens, Attica, Greece.<br />1942<br />Birth of John Pierre Biddle3 on 7 April, in Marion, Grant, Indiana, USA.<br />Birth of John Pierre Biddle1 on 7 April, in Marion, Grant, Indiana, United States.<br />Marriage of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 and Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 in Indiana, USA.<br />1943<br />Birth of Carolyn Sue Biddle7 on 6 March, in Kokomo, IN.<br />1961<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Dolly Pangiota Panagotia Papageorgiou4 on 26 September, in Munich, Bavaria,<br />Germany.<br />1964<br />Death of Roby W Pitts8 in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, USA.<br />Death of Harvey John Click34 in July, in Campbell, Kentucky.<br />1966<br />Death of Essie Click27 in October, in Grant County, Indiana.<br />1972<br />Death of Laban Thomas Pitts28 on 26 September, in Portsmouth, Scioto, Ohio, USA.<br />1981<br />Death of Willard Click31 in March, in Douglas, Cochise, Arizona, United States.<br />1984<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Millie Regina Mildred Calcagni5 on 20 October, in Las Vegas, Clark, NV, USA.<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle3 and Mildred Calcagni6 on 20 October, in Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada.<br />Marriage of John Pierre Biddle1 and Millie Calcagni2 on 24 October, in Las Vegas, Neveda.<br />1987<br />Death of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 in March.<br />Death of John Lavonne Biddle10 in March, in Kokomo, Howard, Indiana, USA.<br />Death of John Lavonne Lavon Biddle11 on 24 March, in Kokomo, Howard, IN, USA.<br />Page 136<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Dates<br />1990<br />Death of Arnold Click32 on 12 September, in Fowlerton, Grant, Indiana, United States.<br />2008<br />Death of Marjorie C. Louise Pitts9 on 22 October, in Indiana, USA.<br />Page 137<br />10. INDEX OF INDIVIDUALS<br />Ref. Tree Name (Relationship)<br />141 22 UNKNOWN, Archibald (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />227 ...................... Jeanne (ALFONSO's great-grandson's wife).<br />208 32 ACRE, OF, Joan (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />229 34 ALFONSEZ, BEREGARIA (ALFONSO's grandson's wife).<br />62 7 ALLEN, Elizabeth Collingsworth (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />70 9 ANDERSON, Mary (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />191 30 ANTWERP, Lionel of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />182 28 BEAUFORT, DE, Joan (ALFONSO's six-times-great-granddaughter).<br />178 28 ............................. John (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson).<br />176 27 BEAUFORT, Edmund (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson).<br />170 27 ...................... Henry (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson).<br />181 28 ...................... Henry (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson).<br />173 27 ...................... Joan (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter).<br />171 27 ...................... John (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson).<br />177 27 ...................... Margaret (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter).<br />180 28 ...................... Thomas (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson).<br />172 27 ...................... Thomas (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-grandson).<br />7 2 BIDDLE, Carolyn Sue (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-granddaughter).<br />10 1 ............... John Lavonne (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />11 2 ............... John Lavonne Lavon (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />1 1 ............... John Pierre (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson).<br />3 2 ............... John Pierre (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson).<br />113 18 BLAIR, Alexander (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />112 18 ............. Alexander (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />120 18 ............. Alexander (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />105 16 ............. Ann Miss Margaret (ALFONSO's fifteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />108 18 ............. Bryce (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />109 18 ............. Bryce John (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />115 18 ............. Gavin (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />111 18 ............. James (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />114 18 ............. Margaret (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />110 18 ............. Robert (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />238 37 BURGUNDY, DE, Raymond (ALFONSO's father).<br />6 CALCAGNI, Mildred (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />2 ..................... Millie (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />5 ..................... Millie Regina Mildred (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />232 36 CASTILE, DE, Constance (ALFONSO's daughter).<br />234 37 ........................ Sancha (ALFONSO's daughter).<br />233 36 ........................ Sancho III (ALFONSO's son).<br />239 37 ........................ Urraca I (ALFONSO's mother).<br />223 33 CASTILE, OF, Eleanor (Leonor) of (ALFONSO's great-great-granddaughter).<br />228 35 CASTILLE, OF, Alfonso IX of King of (ALFONSO's grandson).<br />225 34 ........................... Ferdinand III of Fernando (ALFONSO's great-grandson).<br />44 6 CLICK, Amanda (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />32 4 ............. Arnold (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandson).<br />45 6 ............. Catharine (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />47 6 ............. David A. (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />39 6 ............. Elizabeth Jane (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />27 4 ............. Essie (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />36 6 ............. Harry " Harvey" (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson).<br />34 5 ............. Harvey John (ALFONSO's twenty-four-times-great-grandson).<br />42 6 ............. John P. (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson).<br />30 4 ............. Lilly (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />38 6 ............. Margaret Rohessie (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />33 4 ............. Raymond (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandson).<br />43 6 ............. Samuel (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson).<br />41 6 ............. Sarah (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />40 6 ............. Susannah " Susie" (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-granddaughter).<br />31 4 ............. Willard (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-grandchild).<br />37 6 ............. William Harmon (ALFONSO's twenty-three-times-great-grandson).<br />116 16 CRAWFURD, Isabel (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />129 20 CUNNINGHAM, Marion (ALFONSO's eleven-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />236 36 DEBARCELONA, BEREGUELA RAIMUNDO Berengaria (ALFONSO's wife).<br />235 37 DECASTILE, ALFONSO VII (The subject of this report).<br />Page 138<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Individuals<br />Ref. Tree Name (Relationship)<br />35 4 DEHART, Mary Elizabeth (ALFONSO's twenty-four-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />231 35 DEPORTUGAL, URRACA (ALFONSO's daughter-in-law).<br />131 22 DOUGLAS, David (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson).<br />133 22 .................... Elizabeth (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter).<br />132 22 .................... Margaret de (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter).<br />130 22 .................... William de (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson).<br />186 30 ENGLAND, Mr. (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />215 32 .................... Alice Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />210 32 .................... Alphonso Prince Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson).<br />220 32 .................... Beatrice Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />213 32 .................... Berengaria Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />193 30 .................... Blanche Princess Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />221 32 .................... Blanche Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />185 29 .................... Edmund " of Langley" Prince Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />187 30 .................... Edward " The Black" Prince Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />197 31 .................... Edward III of King (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson).<br />203 32 .................... Eleanor Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />201 31 .................... Eleanor Princess Of (ALFONSO's four-times-great-granddaughter).<br />217 32 .................... Elizabeth Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />206 32 .................... Henry Prince Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson).<br />188 30 .................... Isabel Princess of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />211 32 .................... Isabel Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />209 32 .................... Joan " of Acre" Princess of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />189 30 .................... Joan Princess Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />204 32 .................... Joan Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />202 31 .................... Joan Princess Of (ALFONSO's four-times-great-granddaughter).<br />192 30 .................... John " Of Gaunt" Prince Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />205 32 .................... John Prince Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson).<br />200 31 .................... John Prince Of (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson).<br />207 32 .................... Juliana Or Katherine Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />195 30 .................... Margaret Princess Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />212 32 .................... Margaret Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />194 30 .................... Mary Princess Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />214 32 .................... Mary Princess Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />199 30 .................... Philippa Queen Of (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />196 30 .................... Thomas Prince Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />190 30 .................... William Prince Of (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />219 31 FRANCE, Isabelle Princess of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson's wife).<br />29 4 GLICK, Elsie M (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter).<br />139 24 GRAHAM, Elizabeth (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter).<br />144 24 .................. Euphemia (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter).<br />66 8 .................. Florence (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />145 24 .................. Malise (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-grandson).<br />198 29 HAINSAULT, Phillippa Countess of (ALFONSO's four-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />135 23 HAMILTON, Agnes (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter).<br />127 20 ...................... Alexander (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson).<br />128 21 ...................... Alexander (ALFONSO's eleven-times-great-grandson).<br />107 17 ...................... David (ALFONSO's fourteen-times-great-grandson).<br />134 23 ...................... Elizabeth (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-granddaughter).<br />123 20 ...................... Isabel (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-granddaughter).<br />119 ...................... James (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />143 ...................... James (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />138 23 ...................... James (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson).<br />142 23 ...................... James II (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />122 20 ...................... John (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson).<br />136 23 ...................... John (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson).<br />118 17 ...................... John (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />126 20 ...................... Robert (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson).<br />125 20 ...................... William (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-grandson).<br />179 27 HOLLAND, Margaret (ALFONSO's six-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />224 32 KING OF ENGLAND, Edward I " Longshanks" King Of (ALFONSO's great-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />218 32 ..................................... Edward II King Of (ALFONSO's great-great-great-grandson).<br />230 36 LEON, DE, FERDINAND II (ALFONSO's son).<br />106 15 LYNN, Andrew (ALFONSO's fifteen-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />Page 139<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Individuals<br />Ref. Tree Name (Relationship)<br />103 15 LYNN, David (ALFONSO's sixteen-times-great-grandson).<br />102 14 ............ Margaret (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />99 14 ............ Sarah Cameron (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />101 14 ............ William (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-grandson).<br />137 21 MAXWELL, Marion (ALFONSO's ten-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />4 PAPAGEORGIOU, Dolly Pangiota Panagotia (ALFONSO's twenty-seven-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />82 12 PATTON, Mr. (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />80 12 ................ Mr. (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />81 12 ................ Ms. (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />79 12 ................ Agnes (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />76 11 ................ Alexander (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />50 7 ................ Allen (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />90 13 ................ Andrew (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />77 11 ................ Andrew (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />75 11 ................ Benjamin (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />94 13 ................ Benjamin (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />93 13 ................ Charles (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />60 8 ................ Cynthia (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter).<br />92 13 ................ David (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />63 8 ................ Dorcas (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter).<br />96 13 ................ Elizabeth (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />64 8 ................ Florence (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter).<br />48 7 ................ Frazier (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />52 7 ................ George W. (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />58 8 ................ Henry (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson).<br />100 13 ................ Henry (ALFONSO's seventeen-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />97 13 ................ Henry (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />56 7 ................ Henry C. (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />98 13 ................ Hugh (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />78 12 ................ Isabella (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />91 13 ................ James (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />65 9 ................ James Henry (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson).<br />55 7 ................ James P. (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />57 8 ................ Jane (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-granddaughter).<br />87 13 ................ John (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />69 11 ................ John (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />53 7 ................ Kelsie (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter).<br />74 11 ................ Lydia (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />51 7 ................ Margaret (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter).<br />104 14 ................ Margaret (ALFONSO's sixteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />95 13 ................ Mathew (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />72 11 ................ Matthew (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />67 10 ................ Matthew (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson).<br />46 7 ................ Nancy (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-granddaughter).<br />83 13 ................ Richard (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />84 13 ................ Robert (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />73 11 ................ Samuel (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson).<br />61 8 ................ Samuel Allen (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson).<br />54 7 ................ Samuel Allen (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />85 13 ................ Thomas (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />68 10 ................ William (ALFONSO's twenty-times-great-grandson).<br />86 13 ................ William (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson).<br />49 7 ................ William (ALFONSO's twenty-two-times-great-grandson).<br />59 8 ................ William (ALFONSO's twenty-one-times-great-grandson).<br />237 37 PIAST, Rixa (ALFONSO's wife).<br />16 3 PITTS, Dave (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />14 3 ........... David (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />26 3 ........... David (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />15 3 ........... David (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />18 3 ........... David (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />28 3 ........... Laban Thomas (ALFONSO's twenty-five-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />9 3 ........... Marjorie C. Louise (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter).<br />17 3 ........... Marjorie Louise (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-granddaughter).<br />23 3 ........... Raymond (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />Page 140<br />ALFONSO VII DeCASTILE Index of Individuals<br />Ref. Tree Name (Relationship)<br />24 3 PITTS, Raymond (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />20 3 ........... Raymond (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />12 3 ........... Raymond (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />21 3 ........... Robert (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />13 3 ........... Robie (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />25 3 ........... Robie (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />19 3 ........... Robie (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />22 3 ........... Robie (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />8 3 ........... Roby W (ALFONSO's twenty-six-times-great-grandson).<br />222 32 PLANTAGENET, Joan (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />183 29 ............................. John of Gaunt (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson).<br />226 33 PONTHIEU, OF, Joan Countess (ALFONSO's great-grandson's wife).<br />216 32 RHUDDLAN, OF, Elizabeth (ALFONSO's great-great-great-granddaughter).<br />184 28 ROET, DE, Katherine (ALFONSO's five-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />88 11 ROGERS, Mary Sarah (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />165 26 SCOTLAND, Alexander of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />166 26 ...................... Annabella of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />167 26 ...................... Eleanor of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />161 26 ...................... Isabella of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />164 26 ...................... James Ii of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />162 26 ...................... Joan of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />160 26 ...................... Margaret of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />163 26 ...................... Mary of (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />117 19 SEMPLE, Grisel (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-granddaughter).<br />121 19 ................ Robert (ALFONSO's thirteen-times-great-grandson).<br />124 19 ................ Robert (ALFONSO's twelve-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />89 12 SNODGRASS, Agnes (ALFONSO's eighteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />71 10 STEELE, Janet Martha (ALFONSO's nineteen-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />169 26 STEWART, Andrew (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />175 26 ................... James (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />151 25 ................... James I I King of Scotland II (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />168 26 ................... John (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />140 24 ................... Mary (ALFONSO's nine-times-great-granddaughter).<br />152 24 ................... Mary of Gueldres Euphemia Marie (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson's wife).<br />158 25 STUART, Ms. (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />155 25 ................ Alaxander (Twin) (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />153 25 ................ Alexander , Duke of Rothesay James II (Twin) Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />156 25 ................ Annabella , Princess of Scotland (Jean) (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />157 25 ................ Eleanor , Princess of Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />159 25 ................ Isabel (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />149 25 ................ Isabella Elizabeth , Princess of Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />174 25 ................ James , I, King Of SCOTLAND (ALFONSO's seven-times-great-granddaughter's husband).<br />154 25 ................ James II (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-grandson).<br />148 25 ................ Joan Janet , Princess Of Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />147 25 ................ Joan" The Dumb Lady" (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />146 25 ................ Margaret , Princess of Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />150 25 ................ Mary , Princess of Scotland (ALFONSO's eight-times-great-granddaughter).<br />