Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Queen of France

King Lines, A few Scottish Kings, to Henry I King of England

3 Scottish Kings Found and a Princess,
within my Grandmother's Lines:

1001 Duncan I, King of Scots , Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
1031 Malcolm III** *, 'Canmore', King of Scots
& Saint Margaret, Queen of Scots, Dunkeld, Perthshire
**(he assassinated and usurped "Lulach")
*Northumberland, England (killed in battle near Alnwick)

1083 David I, King of Scots Maud /Matilda de Senlis, Countess of Huntingdon, Fordoun, Kincardineshire, Scotland
1114 Henry of Scotland (his uncle was King Henry I of England, married to his aunt Edith) and his wife Ada de Warenne, Countess of Huntingdon, Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
*Daughter of Henry of Scotland was Margaret de Huntingdon, Princess of Scotland
* only listed with my Grandmothers line, no star indicates both Grandparents share the same royal ancestor of King Edward III, 21 generations ago.
An oldie king, I discovered through the surnames a few years ago, during the 1300 time frame. A Scottish King, found through his daughter Margaret Stewart.
Robert II of Scotland: I know you want a story about him, but, there are many others wanting their picture-day also.
(I'm starting to refurbish the site, with larger images. Too many historical images, have been over-reduced for the web. Note: my too-tiny Chesters!)
Henry the first King of England:
He died of poisoning, from overeating the eel fish called lamphreys. Possibly a problem that exists even today, to over-imbibe on the river snake, may actually find ones-self at deaths-end quickly. It may be a descendant poisoner specifically, kinda like an avoidfish, for the Beauclerc children, etc. It's an inland variety, here in France.
from wiki:
[Henry I, also known as Henry Beauclerc, was King of England from 1100 to 1135. Henry was the fourth son of William the Conqueror and was educated in Latin and the liberal arts.]
I was trying to get to the king-line, away from Edward the third and found a line through, much earlier...with the Earls of Chester.
The Earls of Chester, with Rundulf, le Meschin, and others, are inner-fixed in Normandy, Calvados region for quite a while, and the Guernons, built at least one castle during that time. There was a web-page stating 50 or so manor houses in conjunction were given to the Chester Earls, in the Guernon area, so I suppose they are somewhere on the books as a property title that is historically deed-owned.

The Earls of Chester
& Kings of the Scots,
through The Vaux line

Circa 1080: House of Dunkeld, and Bruce
Ranulf de Briquessart
Ranulf le Meschin, 3rd Earl of Chester
Ranulf de Gernon, 4th Earl of Chester
Hugh Kevelioc 5th Earl of Chester
David of Scotland, 9th earl of Huntington
Robert Brewes, 4th lord of Annandale
Sir Robert Brewes 5th lord of Annandale
Sir Robert le Brus, 1st Lord Brus
Robert the first Bruce, King of Scotland
Margaret Goz
Lucy of Bolingbroke
Maud of Gloucester
Bertrade de Monfort of Evreux
Matilda (Maud) of Chester
Isobel of Huntington
Isabella de Clare, of Gloucester and Hertford
Marjorie Countess of Carrick
Isabela of Mar
from Robert Bruce & Isabela Ambassador to Denmark
Walter Stewart, 6th high Stewart
Robert I I Stewart King of Scotland
David Stewart first Earl of Caithness
Patrick Graham Straithearn
Malise Graham
Robert Vaux
Blaise Vaux
Patrick Vans
Alexander Vans
Marjorie Bruce, the Princess of Scotland
Eupheme de Ross, Countess of Moray
Eupheme Stewart
Marion Campbell
Euphemia Graham
Elizabeth Stabos
Mary Kennedy
Euphemia Graham
to Euphemia Graham wife, son Patrick Vans & his wife Catherine Kennedy
Circa 1575: The Normandy Dynasty: from maud's parents above:
William the 1st “Longsword”
Richard “the fearless” Duke of Normandy
Richard “the good” 2nd Duke of Normandy
Robert “the magnificent” 1st Duke of Normandy
William the Conquerer, King of England
King Henry Beauclerc of England, the First
Robert The 1st Earl of Gloucester, Robert de Caen
Ranulf de Gernon, 4th Earl of Chester
Luitgarde Vermandois
Gunorra, Duchess of Norway
Judith of Brittany
Herleva of Falaise
Matilda of Flanders
Eupheme de Ross, Countess of Moray
Mabel FitzRobert, of FitzHamon
Maud of Gloucester, Countess of Chester
to Daughter of Conan 1 duke of Brittany and Ermingarde of Anjou
I am a little bit time lost:
The Robert Vaux-----Huntington line also goes to
'David I 'the Saint'King of Scotland
born around 1080, to his father:
King Malcolm III 'Caennmor' King of Scotland
and Saint Margaret of Exile, leading to her mother as Agatha of Kiev.
Malcolm is buried in the El Escorial Palace in Madrid.
A lot of new info, with "The Normandy Dynasty" and "William the Conquerer",
as well as, more of the Robert Kings of Scotland,
and "Henry the first" as an English King, with "The Earls of the Chester Line".
Leading into... Aethelrred "The Unready".
So many new names, even Malet, though tech problems have persisted,
and I just can't get gedcom to work with ubuntu, it crashed the server, and I had to re-install.
My little chart program can't handle it anymore. So, I re-made the charts above, to help document it. Because... going back to the castle keeper ages, 700-1000 yrs can be time-consuming.
There was also a Portugal Province, given to "Ranulf Guernon",
from King Alfonso the 1st, leading to another "Red-haired link" in the south for the Vaux's.