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Curtis, Chauncey (1807 - 1873)
b. 6 JUL 1807 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA
d. 1 FEB 1873 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

father: Curtis, Daniel(~1780 - )
mother: Carpenter, Abigail(~1780 - )
spouse: Bement, Fannie (1808 - 1891)
- m. 11 APR 1832 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

----------child: Curtis, Theodore (1834 - 1901)
----------child: Curtis, Clinton (1836 - 1846)
----------child: Curtis, Ellen (1838 - 1839)
----------child: Curtis, Lavinia (1840 - 1860)
----------child: Curtis, Egbert (1842 - >1913)
----------child: Curtis, Annie Lou (1847 - 1895)
Curtis, Clara (~1854 - )
b. ABT. 1854

spouse: Bement, Alberto Phillips (>1854 - )
----------child: Bement, George Stanley (>1880 - >1917)
----------child: Bement, ??? (>1882 - <1890)
----------child: Bement, Walter (>1890 - >1917)
Curtis, Clara Moore (>1872 - >1913)
b. AFT. 1872
d. AFT. 1913

father: Curtis, Theodore(1834 - 1901)
mother: Humaston, Zenana(~1834 - )
Curtis, Clinton (1836 - 1846)
b. 11 FEB 1836
d. 31 AUG 1846

father: Curtis, Chauncey(1807 - 1873)
mother: Bement, Fannie(1808 - 1891)
Curtis, Daniel (~1780 - )
b. ABT. 1780 in of Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

spouse: Carpenter, Abigail (~1780 - )
----------child: Curtis, Chauncey (1807 - 1873)
Curtis, Eda Anna (>1874 - >1913)
b. AFT. 1874
d. AFT. 1913

father: Curtis, Theodore(1834 - 1901)
mother: Humaston, Zenana(~1834 - )
Curtis, Egbert (1842 - >1913)
b. 20 OCT 1842 in Union, Nassau Co., NY
d. AFT. 1913 in probably at Livingston, MT

father: Curtis, Chauncey(1807 - 1873)
mother: Bement, Fannie(1808 - 1891)
spouse: Warren, Clara (~1842 - >1913)
- m. 27 JUN 1871

Curtis, Ellen (1838 - 1839)
b. 4 MAR 1838
d. 3 APR 1839

father: Curtis, Chauncey(1807 - 1873)
mother: Bement, Fannie(1808 - 1891)
Curtis, Fanny Louise (>1868 - >1913)
b. AFT. 1868
d. AFT. 1913

father: Curtis, Theodore(1834 - 1901)
mother: Humaston, Zenana(~1834 - )
Curtis, Geraldine (1895 - 1984)
b. 16 AUG 1895
d. JAN 1984

spouse: Caldwell, James Horace (1897 - 1982)
- m. 5 JUL 1918

----------child: Caldwell, Jeanne Frisby (1920 - 1987)
Curtis, Helen (~1903 - 1955)
b. ABT. 1903 in Winthrop, Mass
d. SEP 1955 in Still River, Mass

spouse: Marshall, Thomas Carver (1903 - )
- m. ABT. 1925

----------child: private
Curtis, Josiah (<1762 - )
b. BEF. 1762

spouse: Sheldon, Anne (1762 - )
Curtis, Lavinia (1840 - 1860)
b. 21 MAY 1840 in Union, Nassau Co., NY
d. 17 AUG 1860 in Stockbridge, Berkshire Co., MA

father: Curtis, Chauncey(1807 - 1873)
mother: Bement, Fannie(1808 - 1891)
Curtis, Lavinia Zenana (>1870 - >1913)
b. AFT. 1870
d. AFT. 1913

father: Curtis, Theodore(1834 - 1901)
mother: Humaston, Zenana(~1834 - )
Curtis, Theodore (1834 - 1901)
b. 6 JAN 1834 in Lee, Berkshire Co., MA
d. 5 MAR 1901 in Brazil, Clay Co., IN

father: Curtis, Chauncey(1807 - 1873)
mother: Bement, Fannie(1808 - 1891)
spouse: Humaston, Zenana (~1834 - )
- m. 8 NOV 1865

----------child: Curtis, Theordore H. (>1866 - >1913)
----------child: Curtis, Fanny Louise (>1868 - >1913)
----------child: Curtis, Lavinia Zenana (>1870 - >1913)
----------child: Curtis, Clara Moore (>1872 - >1913)
----------child: Curtis, Eda Anna (>1874 - >1913)
Curtis, Theordore H. (>1866 - >1913)
b. AFT. 1866 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
d. AFT. 1913 in maybe Chicago, Cook Co., IL

father: Curtis, Theodore(1834 - 1901)
mother: Humaston, Zenana(~1834 - )
Cushman, Abram Barnabas (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Brown, Mary Melissa (~1850 - )
----------child: Cushman, Ann Maude (1876 - 1933)
Cushman, Ann Maude (1876 - 1933)
b. 6 MAY 1876 in Geneva, Crawford Co., PA
d. 29 AUG 1933 in Meadville, Crawford Co., PA

father: Cushman, Abram Barnabas(~1850 - )
mother: Brown, Mary Melissa(~1850 - )
spouse: Hills, Thomas Wilson (1870 - 1950)
- m. BEF. 1896

----------child: Hills, John William (1896 - 1964)
----------child: Hills, Mary Melissa (1899 - 1984)
----------child: Hills, Howard Cushman (1900 - 1976)
----------child: Hills, Frank Thomas (1904 - 1969)
----------child: Hills, Helen Maude (1905 - )
----------child: Hills, Sarah Temple (1908 - 1984)
Cushman, Eunice (1790 - 1885)
b. 24 APR 1790
d. 30 MAR 1885

spouse: Kibbe, Valorus (1789 - 1866)
- m. 27 AUG 1809

----------child: Kibbe, Eunice Leonora (1810 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Ethelinda Lidora (1811 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Valorus (1813 - 1905)
----------child: Kibbe, Carlos Emelius (1815 - 1905)
----------child: Kibbe, Hancy Ann (1817 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Rodolphus (1819 - 1829)
----------child: Kibbe, Abigail Matilda (1820 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Julius Augustus (1823 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Daniel Cushman (1825 - 1882)
----------child: Kibbe, Horatio (1826 - 1908)
----------child: Kibbe, Marcus Woodward (1828 - 1905)
----------child: Kibbe, Helen Cornelia (1830 - )
----------child: Kibbe, Jairus Rodolphus (1833 - )
Cutter, Rachel (~1785 - )
b. ABT. 1785

spouse: Powers, Asa (~1785 - )
----------child: Powers, Hannah (1809 - 1849)
Dachsteiner, Barbara Mary (1875 - 1934)
b. 28 MAR 1875 in Westfield Twp., Bureau Co., IL
d. 26 SEP 1934 in Rockford, IL

spouse: Atherton, Charles Stauffer (1866 - 1910)
- m. 21 APR 1896

----------child: Atherton, Charles Young (~1900 - )
Daggart, Mary M (*1863 - )
spouse: Barnaby, Perry I. (1867 - )
- m. 29 MAY 1886 in ,Clinton, Michigan

----------child: Barnaby, Carrol N (1887 - )
----------child: Barnaby, Harold (1889 - )
Daggett, Mary M. (>1867 - )
b. AFT. 1867

spouse: Barnaby, Perry I. (1867 - )
- m. 29 MAY 1886 in Clinton Co., MI

Dagobert, ? (<0300 - 0317)
b. BEF. 300
d. 317 in France

father: Walter, ?(<0280 - 0306)
spouse:
----------child: Colodomir, ? (<0317 - 0337)
Dagsson, Agni (~0424 - )
b. ABT. 424 in Sweden

father: Dyggvasson, Dag(~0403 - )
spouse: Frostasson, Skjalf (~0428 - )
----------child: Agnasson, Alrek (~0445 - )
Dagsson, Dagreid (~0449 - )
b. ABT. 449

spouse: Agnasson, Alrek (~0445 - )
----------child: Alreksson, Yngvi (~0466 - )
Dague, Lena (~1876 - )
b. ABT. 1876

father: Dague, William(~1851 - )
mother: Roher, Erma(~1851 - )
spouse: Bement, Clinton Earl (~1876 - )
----------child: Bement, Marian (~1896 - )
----------child: Bement, Karl (~1897 - )
----------child: Bement, Merlin Carl (1904 - 1986)
----------child: Bement, Charles William (~1910 - ~1994)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Dague, William (~1851 - )
b. ABT. 1851

spouse: Roher, Erma (~1851 - )
----------child: Dague, Lena (~1876 - )
Dahl, Martin (~1905 - )
b. ABT. 1905

spouse: Bement, Chloe (>1905 - )
Dalley, Evelyn Maynard (1875 - >1913)
b. 11 JAN 1875
d. AFT. 1913

father: Dalley, Henry(~1850 - )
mother: Allen, Evelyn Maynard(~1850 - )
spouse: Claflin, William Bement (1872 - >1913)
- m. 2 APR 1902 in New York, N.Y. Co., NY

----------child: Claflin, Evelyn Maynard (1903 - )
----------child: Claflin, William Bement Jr. (1906 - 1977)
Dalley, Henry (~1850 - )
b. ABT. 1850

spouse: Allen, Evelyn Maynard (~1850 - )
----------child: Dalley, Evelyn Maynard (1875 - >1913)
Dally, William (~1880 - )
b. ABT. 1880

spouse: Lundblad, Beda (~1880 - )
----------child: private
Dalton, Marjorie (1903 - 1987)
b. 24 JUN 1903
d. 31 JAN 1987 in Wellsburg, Chemung Co., NY

spouse: Bement, Asa Crippen (1902 - 1996)
----------child: private
Damon, Ella Gertrude (1858 - 1912)
b. 29 MAY 1858 in Iowa
d. 20 JAN 1912 in Northampton, MA

father: Damon, George Alvin(~1840 - )
mother: Farnum, Aurelia(~1840 - 1912)
spouse: Bement, Frederick Wait (1857 - 1934)
- m. 22 APR 1885

Damon, George Alvin (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840 in Wayland, Middlesex Co., MA

spouse: Farnum, Aurelia (~1840 - 1912)
----------child: Damon, Ella Gertrude (1858 - 1912)
Dampsson, Drott (~0361 - )
b. ABT. 361

spouse: Domaldasson, Domar (~0361 - )
----------child: Domarsson, Dyggvi (~0383 - )
Danforth, Levi B. (~1818 - )
b. ABT. 1818

spouse: Royce, Charlotte (1818 - 1870)
----------child: Danforth, Nettie M. (>1840 - )
Danforth, Lydia (1625 - 1686)
b. 24 MAY 1625 in Framlingham, Suffolk, England
d. 16 AUG 1686 in Saybrook Vital Records, pg.20

father: Danforth, Nicholas(1589 - 1638)
mother: Symmes, Elizabeth(>1588 - 1629)
Source: "Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines"
spouse: Beaumont, William (~1608 - 1699)
- m. 9 DEC 1643 in Saybrook, MA (now Old Saybrook, Middlesex Co., CT)

----------child: Beaumont, Lydia (1645 - 1734)
----------child: Beaumont, Mary (1647 - 1701)
----------child: Beaumont, Elizabeth (1649 - 1694)
----------child: Beaumont, Deborah (1652 - 1683)
----------child: Beaumont, Abigail (1654 - 1683)
----------child: Beaumont, Samuel (1656 - 1747)
----------child: Beaumont, Rebecca (1659 - 1742)
----------child: Beaumont, Sarah (~1661 - 1716)
Danforth, Mildred Eleanor (1914 - 1975)
b. 10 SEP 1914
d. 6 DEC 1975

spouse: Kibbie, Horace Kent (1903 - 1975)
- m. 1937

----------child: Kibbie, Barbara Kay (1938 - 1938)
----------child: private
Danforth, Nettie M. (>1840 - )
b. AFT. 1840 in Belvidere, IL

father: Danforth, Levi B.(~1818 - )
mother: Royce, Charlotte(1818 - 1870)
Nettie M. Danforth was a member of the DAR. (DAR ID#52694, Volume 53, p. 327)
spouse: Van Auken, Helmus H. (>1840 - )
----------child: Van Auken, Charlotte D. (>1870 - )
Danforth, Nicholas (1589 - 1638)
b. 1 MAR 1588/89 in Framlingham, Suffolk, England (bpt.)
d. APR 1638 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

spouse: Symmes, Elizabeth (>1588 - 1629)
- m. AFT. 1610 in probably Framlingham, Suffolk, England

----------child: Danforth, Thomas (1623 - 1699)
----------child: Danforth, Lydia (1625 - 1686)
Danforth, Thomas (1623 - 1699)
b. 20 NOV 1623 in Framlingham, Suffolk, England (bpt)
d. 5 NOV 1699 in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA

father: Danforth, Nicholas(1589 - 1638)
mother: Symmes, Elizabeth(>1588 - 1629)
THOMAS DANFORTH was the former Deputy Governor of Massachusetts.

Daniel, Arvilla (>1831 - )
b. AFT. 1831

spouse: Hills, Albert Bacon (1831 - 1915)
Daniels, David Albert (<1826 - )
b. BEF. 1826

spouse: Hills, Philura (1826 - 1885)
- m. 5 JAN 1843

Daniels, John (1902 - 1991)
b. 1902
d. 1991 in Fairfield, IA

spouse: Doud, Mabel Grace (>1902 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Daniels, Mercy (1757 - 1826)
b. 7 AUG 1757 in Mendon, MA
d. 27 JAN 1826 in Suffield, CT

spouse: Thayer, Nathum (1765 - 1826)
- m. 23 JUN 1797 in Mendon, MA

----------child: Thayer, Parmelia (1794 - 1840)
Daniels, Nelson (<1823 - )
b. BEF. 1823

spouse: Hills, Charlotte (1823 - 1863)
Daniels, Sara Cooper (1870 - 1894)
b. 22 NOV 1870 in Port Glasgow, Scotland, UK
d. 23 JUL 1894 in Corunna, Shiawassee Co., MI

father: private
mother: Edmiston, Margaret(~1840 - )
spouse: Bement, Walter Ezra (1865 - >1913)
- m. 24 NOV 1891

----------child: Bement, Robena Edna (1892 - >1912)
----------child: Bement, Ivan Charles Roberts (1894 - 1894)
Darby, Caroline Rae (1946 - 1946)
b. 14 JAN 1946
d. 1 FEB 1946 in Clarksville, IA

father: private
mother: private
Darby, Cecelia Emmaline (1905 - 1942)
b. 17 APR 1905
d. 1942

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: Ritzman, Glenn (<1905 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Clarence Arthur (1896 - 1985)
b. 3 JUL 1896 in Clarksville, IA
d. 28 AUG 1985 in Nashua, IA

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
Clarence Arthur Darby farmed his whole life. He rented farms in Plainfield and Greene, Iowa; and owned his farm in Rockford, Illinois.
spouse: Sutter, Katrina Maria (1894 - 1990)
- m. 10 MAY 1917

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, David Edwin (1898 - 1973)
b. 28 FEB 1898
d. 8 JUN 1973

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: Uker, Ida (>1898 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Deanna Lee (1945 - 1945)
b. 12 MAR 1945
d. 28 MAR 1945

father: private
mother: private
Darby, Eliza Marie May (1900 - 1984)
b. 6 MAY 1900
d. 1984

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: White, Clarence (<1900 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Lilleth Mary (1892 - 1987)
b. 7 JUN 1892
d. AUG 1987

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
Lilleth Mary Darby was a school teacher, and was never married.

Darby, Lucius Edwin (1868 - 1943)
b. 26 MAR 1868 in Portland, NY
d. 1 JUL 1943 in Clarksville, IA

father: Darby, Thomas D.(1842 - 1900)
mother: Bement, Frances Elizabeth(1845 - 1920)
Lucius Edwin Darby farmed all his life on the same farm as his father, Thomas D. Darby, and his later years was a lay minister for the Plymouth Brethern Assemblies. His wife, Mary, was a school teacher. (Source: Darby Genealogy)
spouse: Scott, Mary Amy (1867 - 1942)
- m. 4 DEC 1888 in Clarksville, IA

----------child: Darby, Sarah Frances (1890 - )
----------child: Darby, Lilleth Mary (1892 - 1987)
----------child: Darby, Ruth Elizabeth (1894 - 1977)
----------child: Darby, Clarence Arthur (1896 - 1985)
----------child: Darby, David Edwin (1898 - 1973)
----------child: Darby, Eliza Marie May (1900 - 1984)
----------child: Darby, Lyle DeWight (1902 - 1974)
----------child: Darby, Mabel Irene (1903 - )
----------child: Darby, Cecelia Emmaline (1905 - 1942)
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Lyle DeWight (1902 - 1974)
b. 11 JAN 1902
d. 11 JAN 1974

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
Darby, Mabel Irene (1903 - )
b. 3 MAR 1903

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: Oakley, Charles (<1903 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Richard John (1958 - 1970)
b. 13 OCT 1958
d. 1 OCT 1970 in Jesup, IA

father: private
mother: private
Darby, Richard Mervin (1949 - 1949)
b. 20 JUN 1949
d. 20 JUN 1949

father: private
mother: private
Darby, Ruth Elizabeth (1894 - 1977)
b. 1 DEC 1894
d. 31 JUL 1977

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: Miller, Carlyle (~1892 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Sarah Frances (1890 - )
b. 26 JUL 1890

father: Darby, Lucius Edwin(1868 - 1943)
mother: Scott, Mary Amy(1867 - 1942)
spouse: Cross, Charles (~1890 - )
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Darby, Thomas D. (1842 - 1900)
b. 23 NOV 1842 in Dryden, Thomkins Co., NY
d. 30 AUG 1900 in Clarksville, IA

father: Darby, Thomas Sr.(~1802 - 1883)
mother: Peck, Urana M.(1811 - 1865)
spouse: Bement, Frances Elizabeth (1845 - 1920)
- m. 1864

----------child: Darby, Lucius Edwin (1868 - 1943)
Darby, Thomas Sr. (~1802 - 1883)
b. ABT. 1802
d. 22 FEB 1883

spouse: Sumner, Abigail (1804 - 1832)
- m. 14 JAN 1829

spouse: Peck, Urana M. (1811 - 1865)
- m. 1833

----------child: Darby, Thomas D. (1842 - 1900)
spouse: Brown, Harriet Ida (>1802 - >1883)
- m. 1865

Dargan, William John (>1890 - )
b. AFT. 1890

spouse: Bishop, Josephine Marie (>1890 - )
----------child: private
Darling, Sarah E. (~1821 - >1889)
b. ABT. 1821 in New York
d. AFT. 1889

spouse: Bement, Julius Caesar (~1813 - >1865)
----------child: Bement, Ruben (~1841 - )
----------child: Bement, Edward D(arling) (~1844 - 1846)
----------child: Bement, Edward Payson (~1844 - 1848)
----------child: Bement, Frances Elizabeth (1845 - 1920)
----------child: Bement, Julius Edward (1848 - 1927)
----------child: Bement, Sarah E. (1850 - 1889)
----------child: Bement, William Payson (1856 - 1923)
Darrow, Rachel (>1785 - )
b. AFT. 1785

spouse: Chapin, Ezra (1785 - 1851)
- m. AFT. 1807

Davenport, Clara Seymour (1873 - >1913)
b. 8 JUN 1873
d. AFT. 1913

father: Davenport, Daniel Romeyn(1844 - <1920)
mother: Bement, Sarah Pynchon(1838 - >1920)
Davenport, Daniel Romeyn (1844 - <1920)
b. 14 AUG 1844 in Corning, Steuben Co., NY
d. BEF. 1920

father: Davenport, Lewis(~1820 - )
mother: Seymour, Mary Anne(~1820 - )
spouse: Bement, Sarah Pynchon (1838 - >1920)
- m. 9 OCT 1867 in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY

----------child: Davenport, Sarah Pynchon (1869 - 1873)
----------child: Davenport, Clara Seymour (1873 - >1913)
----------child: Davenport, Lewis Howard (1876 - >1913)
Davenport, Honor (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse: Post, Leonard (~1830 - )
----------child: Post, William (~1855 - )
Davenport, Lewis (~1820 - )
b. ABT. 1820

spouse: Seymour, Mary Anne (~1820 - )
----------child: Davenport, Daniel Romeyn (1844 - <1920)
Davenport, Lewis Howard (1876 - >1913)
b. 4 MAR 1876
d. AFT. 1913

father: Davenport, Daniel Romeyn(1844 - <1920)
mother: Bement, Sarah Pynchon(1838 - >1920)
spouse: Nance, Eleanor (~1876 - )
- m. 6 MAY 1908

Davenport, Sarah Pynchon (1869 - 1873)
b. 19 FEB 1869 in Monroe, WI
d. 18 OCT 1873

father: Davenport, Daniel Romeyn(1844 - <1920)
mother: Bement, Sarah Pynchon(1838 - >1920)
David, ? I, The Saint, King of Scotland (1084 - 1153)
b. 1084 in Scotland
d. 24 MAY 1153 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England

father: Malcolm, ? III, Canmore, King of Scotland(~1031 - 1093)
mother: Margaret, Queen of Scotland(1043 - 1093)
David I (1084-1153), king of Scotland (1124-53), son of Malcolm III. When his oldest brother, King Edgar, died, he left the Scottish domains north of the Forth of Clyde to another brother, who became King Alexander I, while David inherited southern Scotland with the title of earl of Cumbria. Six years later, David married the daughter of the earl of Northumbria and thereby became earl of Huntingdon and a vassal of the English crown. In 1124 King Alexander died, and David became king of Scotland. From 1136 to 1138, he tried unsuccessfully to help his niece Matilda secure the English throne. Thereafter David devoted himself to ruling Scotland. He replaced the traditional Scottish tribal organization with a feudal one modeled after that of Norman England and was noted for the castles he built and the monasteries he founded.
spouse: Huntington, Matilda of (~1072 - 1130)
- m. 1100

----------child: Henry, Earl of Huntington (1110 - 1152)
David, ? II, King of Scotland (1324 - 1371)
b. 1324
d. 1371

father: Robert, ? I, the Bruce, King of Scotland(1274 - 1329)
mother: Ulster, Elizabeth de Burgh of(>1274 - 1327)
David II (1324-71), king of Scotland (1329-71), son of King Robert Bruce. He succeeded his father at only five years of age, but soon after his coronation (1331) he was deposed by Edward de Baliol, an English-backed claimant to the throne. For the next eight years David lived in exile in France. In 1341 he returned to Scotland, and five years later went to war with England as an ally of France. The English defeated both the French (at Crécy) and the Scots (at Neville's Cross, October 1346), taking David prisoner and capturing large parts of Scotland and France. David remained a prisoner in England for 11 years. In 1357 he was freed in return for the promise of a ransom, and thereafter enjoyed friendly relations with the English. David was succeeded by his nephew Robert II, founder of the Stuart dynasty.

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spouse: Joan, Princess of England (>1324 - 1362)
- m. ABT. 1328

David, Earl of Huntingdon (1144 - 1219)
b. 1144 in of Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, Scotland
d. 17 JUN 1219 in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland

father: Henry, Earl of Huntington(1110 - 1152)
mother: de Warenne, Ada(~1120 - 1178)
spouse: Keveliock, Matilda (>1141 - 1233)
- m. 26 AUG 1190 in of Scotland

----------child: Huntington, Isabel of (>1190 - 1251)
Davidson, Estella D. (~1857 - 1933)
b. ABT. 26 SEP 1857 in New York
d. 2 JAN 1933 in Eaton Rapids, Eaton Co.,, MI

father: Davidson, George(~1830 - )
spouse: Bement, Lorenzo H. (1857 - 1933)
- m. ABT. 17 SEP 1888

----------child: Bement, Alfred L. (1890 - 1969)
Davidson, George (~1830 - )
b. ABT. 1830

spouse:
----------child: Davidson, Estella D. (~1857 - 1933)
Davies, Leslie Evans (1930 - 1979)
b. 9 SEP 1930 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI
d. 31 JUL 1979 in Clawson, Oakland Co., MI

spouse: Hicks, Sarah Letta (1935 - 1979)
- m. 11 JUN 1956 in Michigan

----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: Davies, Sarah Lynn (1971 - 1979)
Davies, Sarah Lynn (1971 - 1979)
b. 31 AUG 1971 in Royal Oak, Oakland Co., MI
d. 31 JUL 1979 in Clawson, Oakland Co., MI

father: Davies, Leslie Evans(1930 - 1979)
mother: Hicks, Sarah Letta(1935 - 1979)
Davis, Arne Commodre (1902 - 1974)
b. 13 DEC 1902
d. DEC 1974

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Charlotte Gleason (1861 - )
b. 12 APR 1861 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY

father: Davis, Oscar Bill(~1838 - >1912)
mother: Bement, Frances Freeman(1838 - >1913)
Charlotte Gleason Davis was secretary to her sister, Katherine Davis, and kept house for her two sisters. She was also a poet, but it is not known if she was ever published. She never married. (Source: Frances "Francie" (Garber) Pepper, Wyoming, Ohio, June 1998)

Davis, Clara (>1884 - )
b. AFT. 1884

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Clarissa (~1779 - )
b. ABT. 1779

spouse: Waite, Jeremiah (1779 - 1855)
Davis, Dean (1925 - 1993)
b. 25 FEB 1925 in Wisconsin
d. 22 MAY 1993 in Platteville, Grant Co., WI

spouse: private
----------child: private
Davis, Flora (>1882 - )
b. AFT. 1882

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Flora Alice (1893 - 1962)
b. 26 OCT 1893 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA
d. 12 OCT 1962 in Massachusetts

father: Davis, Frank Pierce(1859 - 1930)
mother: Dwight, Lydia Huldah(1859 - 1918)
spouse: Marsh, Edward Charles (1881 - 1959)
- m. 31 OCT 1922 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA

Davis, Frances Graham (1906 - 1983)
b. 9 SEP 1906 in Rochester, Monroe Co., NY
d. 10 OCT 1983

father: Davis, Frank Allen(1873 - )
mother: Mackey, Lillian E.(~1873 - ~1908)
Frances Graham Davis met her future husband, Stanley, while spending summers at her Aunt Helen's Island in Pointe-au-Baril. By the late teens and early 20's, a large contingent of Cincinnatians had also bough islands there. Frances went to live with her three aunts in New York City after her father remarried. Before that, she lived with her father and grandmother, Frances Freeman Bement.

She volunteered at the YWCA in Cincinnati and served on practically very committee over the years. She was Treasurer for many years, President, and a member of the Board of Directors. She did a lot of other community work and did not realize until much later that a lot of what she did was very unusual for women at that time (in the 1950's). Her husband, Stanley, was a physician specializing in OB/GYN; he was professor and head of the Department of Obstetrics at the University of Cincinnati. (Source: Frances "Francie" (Garber) Pepper, Wyoming, Ohio, June 1998)

spouse: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
----------child: private
Davis, Frank Allen (1873 - )
b. 21 MAY 1873 in Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co., NY

father: Davis, Oscar Bill(~1838 - >1912)
mother: Bement, Frances Freeman(1838 - >1913)
spouse: Mackey, Lillian E. (~1873 - ~1908)
- m. 25 NOV 1903 in Kinsale, Ontario, Canada

----------child: Davis, Frances Graham (1906 - 1983)
spouse: Parker, Zoe E. (~1873 - )
- m. 1 OCT 1913

----------child: private
Davis, Frank Pierce (1859 - 1930)
b. 1 AUG 1859 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA
d. 13 MAR 1930 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA

father: Davis, Issac Parsons(1816 - 1864)
mother: Stratton, Mary Norton(1817 - 1861)
spouse: Dwight, Lydia Huldah (1859 - 1918)
- m. 11 DEC 1888 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA

----------child: Davis, Flora Alice (1893 - 1962)
Davis, Grace (>1866 - )
b. AFT. 1866

spouse: Barnes, William Jr. (1866 - 1930)
- m. 12 JUN 1888

Davis, Hamilton Clark (1864 - )
b. 14 OCT 1864 in Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co., NY
d. in probably in Canada

father: Davis, Oscar Bill(~1838 - >1912)
mother: Bement, Frances Freeman(1838 - >1913)
Hamilton Clark Davis removed to Canada sometime before 1906. He became a Canadian citizen in order to establish a post office on the Ojibway Island in Pointe-au-Baril, Ontario. He bought the island and built the Ojibway Hotel in 1906; the hotel is now a Canadian National Monument. He first married (1) Miss Minnie McIntosh from the "old McIntosh store" in Pointe-au-Baril. They had no children. It is not known what happened to her, but he later remarried (2) someone only known as "Aunt Lou" with whom he had one child, a son, who died as a young boy. (Source: Frances "Francie" (Garber) Pepper, Wyoming, Ohio, June 1998)
spouse: McIntosh, Minnie K. (~1864 - )
- m. 17 SEP 1907 in Point-au-Baril, Ontario, Canada

Davis, Helen Alling (1871 - )
b. 19 APR 1871 in Dunkirk, Chautauqua Co., NY

father: Davis, Oscar Bill(~1838 - >1912)
mother: Bement, Frances Freeman(1838 - >1913)
Helen Alling Davis worked for the YWCA in New York City and at one time was Executive Director. She helped start the YWCA in Asia, taking Frances Graham Davis, her grand daughter, then about 18 years of age, with her on a trip in 1924 where they lived six months in Tokyo and spent time in Manila, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Eventually, she became the director of Asilomar, the YWCA's convention facilities in California.

The Davis family developed a fondness for the Islands off Pointe-au-Baril, Ontario, Canada. Helen was the first to buy an Island, in 1900, for $5.00, with Katharine later purchasing one for herself. The Davis descendants still spend (as of 1997) every summer on Helen's Island (called St. Helena, as she said no one would ever "saint" her so she would "saint" herself). Very little has changed since the cabin was built although electricity has been added to one room. (Source: Frances "Francie" (Garber) Pepper, Wyoming, Ohio, June 1998)


Davis, Infant #1 (>1888 - ~1888)
b. AFT. 1888
d. ABT. 1888

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Infant #2 (>1890 - ~1890)
b. AFT. 1890
d. ABT. 1890

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Infant #3 (>1892 - ~1892)
b. AFT. 1892
d. ABT. 1892

father: Davis, Slathiel Lorenza(<1861 - )
mother: Bement, Sarah Catherine(1861 - 1947)
Davis, Issac Parsons (1816 - 1864)
b. 8 OCT 1816 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA
d. 1 JUL 1864 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA

spouse: Stratton, Mary Norton (1817 - 1861)
- m. 19 NOV 1840 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA

----------child: Davis, Frank Pierce (1859 - 1930)
Davis, James Cox (>1866 - )
b. AFT. 1866

spouse: Pomeroy, Maria Louisa (>1866 - >1913)
Davis, James R. (1947 - 1974)
b. 30 JUN 1947
d. 1974

father: private
mother: Caldwell, Jeanne Frisby(1920 - 1987)
Davis, Julia Amelia (1856 - 1933)
b. 21 SEP 1856 in Farmington, Hartford, Connecticut
d. 14 NOV 1933 in Petaluma, Sonoma, California

spouse: Lewis, Charles Wadsworth (1853 - 1942)
- m. 9 OCT 1874 in Collinsville, Hartford, Connecticut

----------child: Lewis, John Davis (1875 - 1885)
----------child: Lewis, Mabel Emily (1877 - 1960)
----------child: Lewis, Elizabeth (1878 - 1953)
----------child: Lewis, Julia Bertha (1885 - 1982)
Davis, Katharine Bement (1860 - 1935)
b. 15 JAN 1860 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
d. 10 DEC 1935 in Pacific Grove, CA

father: Davis, Oscar Bill(~1838 - >1912)
mother: Bement, Frances Freeman(1838 - >1913)
KATHARINE BEMENT DAVIS, Ph.D., resided at Bradford Hills, New York about 1913 where she was superintendent of the New York State Reformatory for Women. When the horror of the Messina earthquake fell upon Italy in 1908, killing 83,000 people, she was sojourning at Syracuse, seeking rest. Immediately, however, she went unofficially to the hospital, and later into the streets of the city, seeking to help and comfort the wounded, distracted, and homeless sufferers. For three months Miss Davis, who had become the representative of the American Red Cross, persevered in a steady, earnest effort towards the uplift and material comfort of the stricken populace, and, at the end thereof made over the much improved situation to the regular officials and returned to her home work in Bedford. America and Italy both showed their appreciation of her endeavor on behalf of humanity. One year later, President Taft on behalf of the American Red Cross, presented Miss Davis with a specially engraved medal. The Italian Red Cross, through the Italian Ambassador, also presented her a medal. Finally, the City of Syracuse bestowed upon her an engrossed parchment diploma. (Source: Vide "Who's Who in America, 1922-23, p. 874). (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America, 1928, p. 326) _______________________________________________

Katharine Bement Davis appointment as New York City Correction Commissioner on Jan. 1, 1914, made news across the country and around the world. For the first time in the city history a woman had been named to run a major municipal agency. Davis had become quite possibly the country's highest ranking female municipal agency executive in terms of department size, status and powers. She had charge of 5,500 inmates in nine city prisons and jails operated by 650 uniformed and civilian employees with a $2 million annual budget. Her "elevation" to that position was a breathtaking development in the midst of the suffrage struggle then taking place. Her 13 years as superintendent at the states' Bedford Hills reformatory for women. Under her, it had gained national and international recognition for penal reforms.

Davis readily acknowledged being a third generation believer in woman's suffrage. Maternal grandmother Rhoda Denison Bement used to tell Katharine about having participated in pre-Civil War abolitionist and temperance activities, and about attending the Women's Convention of 1848 in the Wesleyan Chapel at Seneca Falls, N.Y. The site is now a national women's history shrine as the "birthplace" of the Women's Rights Movement that marks its 150th anniversary in 1998.

Katharine's mother, born Frances Freeman Bement, was 10 years old when the women's rights convention was held in her home town. Frances was the last of eight children born to Rhoda and Jeremy Bement in that Finger Lakes community. Katharine was proud that she had been given the Bement family name as her own second or middle name. She never dropped it or reduced it to a middle initial but always spelled it out in her large, sprawling signature. Any official agency letterhead of her own always included the fully-spelled "Bement" (believed derived from "Beaumont"). Indeed, research indicates that only once she allowed it to be initialized on her stationery. That was part of a three-initial monogram on her personal stationery in retirement. Occasionally, when the printing of a document that included her name was not carried out under her direct control, her middle name might wind up reduced to an initial to conserve space. Sometimes her first name came out as "Catherine." More often "Katharine" became "Katherine," an "e" wrongly replacing the second "a."

Davis said that her situation at Bedford Hills had left her little opportunity to be active in the suffrage cause. That changed from Day One as Commissioner. The Woman Suffrage Party invited her to be a guest of honor at a New Year's reception in its Manhattan headquarters, and she accepted. Carrie Chapman Catt, the movement's national president, recognized Davis had what today would be called "star quality." Catt called her "a superwoman." On weekends, she would join other women marching in parades or holding rallies for the right to vote. She became a national vice president in the movement, the suffragist party's borough leader in Manhattan, and the suffragists' Progressive candidate.

Davis appears to have become the first of her gender ever to run for statewide office in New York on a major party ticket before women had gained the right to vote in state or national elections.

The suffragists had mounted Davis' candidacy to spotlight the denial of voting rights to women. Davis was the only female candidate for statewide "delegate at large" on a major party ticket. Correction Commissioner Davis was undismayed by not winning election (that had not been the prime purpose), joined other forward-looking leaders of New York's woman suffrage movement founding in July, 1915 an organization planning ahead to when the vote would be won. That organization remains vibrant to this day: the Women's City Club of New York, whose initial purpose was to prepare women to take an active, informed role in municipal government as voters once that franchise was won.

Katharine was among those suffragists who eventually succeeded in gaining the key breakthrough that signaled inevitable passage for the federal amendment -- New York State enfranchisement of women in 1917. By that time, she had become chairperson of the City Parole Commission. When passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920 successfully ended the national movement for suffrage, Davis (then general secretary of the Rockefeller-funded Bureau of Social Hygiene) was among those who helped launch the National American Woman Suffrage Associations's successor organization: the League of Women Voters. Katharine became the League's social hygiene committee chairwoman and a district leader. In 1922, a national poll conducted by the LWV named Davis among the "12 greatest living American women."

Source: Copyright 1997 by Thomas C. McCarthy and the New York City Department of Corrections. All rights reserved. _______________________________________________

An excellent source of information on Katharine Bement Davis is available free of charge from the Office of Public Information, NYC Department of Corrections, 60 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013. Enclose a fully-stamped ($1.35+) self-addressed envelope large enough to hold the Davis bio booklet (5.5x8.5). Information is also available on the internet at: http://www.ci.nyc.ny.us/html/doc/html/kbd_1.html


Davis, Mary Elizabeth (~1825 - )
b. ABT. 1825

spouse: Ray, Trask (~1825 - )
----------child: Ray, Mary Davis (1849 - 1896)
Davis, Oscar Bill (~1838 - >1912)
b. ABT. 1838 in of Buffalo, Erie Co., NY
d. AFT. 1912 in probably at Rochester, Monroe Co., NY

spouse: Bement, Frances Freeman (1838 - >1913)
- m. 5 NOV 1856 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY

----------child: Davis, Katharine Bement (1860 - 1935)
----------child: Davis, Charlotte Gleason (1861 - )
----------child: Davis, Hamilton Clark (1864 - )
----------child: Davis, Helen Alling (1871 - )
----------child: Davis, Frank Allen (1873 - )
Davis, Rosella (>1843 - )
b. AFT. 1843

spouse: Kibbe, Franklin Valorus (1843 - )
- m. 1881

----------child: Kibbe, Everett Davis (1895 - )
Davis, Rowena (>1765 - )
b. AFT. 1765

spouse: Sanford, Samuel (1765 - 1803)
Davis, Slathiel Lorenza (<1861 - )
b. BEF. 1861

spouse: Bement, Sarah Catherine (1861 - 1947)
- m. 24 DEC 1880 in Patoka, IN

----------child: Davis, Flora (>1882 - )
----------child: Davis, Clara (>1884 - )
----------child: Davis, Infant #1 (>1888 - ~1888)
----------child: Davis, Infant #2 (>1890 - ~1890)
----------child: Davis, Infant #3 (>1892 - ~1892)
----------child: Davis, Arne Commodre (1902 - 1974)
Davis, Susan C. (1945 - 1969)
b. 18 NOV 1945
d. 15 MAR 1969

father: private
mother: Caldwell, Jeanne Frisby(1920 - 1987)
d'Avranches, Maud (~1050 - )
b. ABT. 1050 in Avrances, France

father: d'Avranches, Richard(~1025 - )
mother: de Conteville, Emma(~1029 - )
spouse: de Meschines, Ranulph (~1050 - )
----------child: de Meschines, Ranulph (~1070 - ~1128)
d'Avranches, Richard (~1025 - )
b. ABT. 1025 in Avrances, France

spouse: de Conteville, Emma (~1029 - )
----------child: d'Avranches, Maud (~1050 - )
Dawson, Eleanor (1907 - 1959)
b. 22 FEB 1907
d. 18 AUG 1959 in Detroit, MI

spouse: McCotter, James Gordon (1905 - 1981)
- m. 18 NOV 1939

Day, Charlotte Bruce (~1820 - )
b. ABT. 1820

spouse: Wiley, David (~1820 - )
- m. AFT. 1840

----------child: Wiley, Althine Frances (1847 - 1905)
Day, Emma (~1865 - >1913)
b. ABT. 1865
d. AFT. 1913

father: Day, John(~1840 - )
spouse: Clark, Edward Everett (1865 - >1913)
Day, Hannah (~1710 - )
b. ABT. 1710
HANNAH DAY, daughter of Thomas Day of Hartford, by his wife, Hannah Wilson, grand-daughter of John Day, and great grand-daughter of Robert and Editha (Stebbins) Day of Hartford, who came from Ipswich, England, in 1634, and removed from Cambridge, Mass. to Hartford, Conn. with the Rev. Thomas Hooker in 1636. Among his descendants are many scholars and litteratateurs, of whom, perhaps the best known is President Day of Yale, 1817-1846; and Thomas Day, jurist, Secretary of State for Connecticut, 1810-1835, and the Honorable William Rufus Day (1849-1922), U.S. Secretary of State (1898), and Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, (1903-1922). Nineteen of the name had been -graduated from Yale before 1848; Harvard, Dartmouth, Williams, Amherst and Brown also had representatives of the name before that date.

Bement Chronicles in America 1928

spouse: Barnes, Thomas (1703 - 1744)
- m. 19 MAY 1726

----------child: Barnes, Phineas (1730 - 1795)
Day, John (>1800 - )
b. AFT. 1800

spouse: Cook, Roxana (>1800 - )
----------child: Day, Zilla (~1836 - )
Day, John (~1840 - )
b. ABT. 1840

spouse:
----------child: Day, Emma (~1865 - >1913)
Day, Mary (1768 - 1825)
b. 1768
d. 28 OCT 1825 in Pompey County, NY

spouse: Barnes, Asa (1760 - 1824)
----------child: Barnes, Polly (~1783 - )
----------child: Barnes, Betsey (~1784 - )
----------child: Barnes, Hannah (~1786 - )
----------child: Barnes, Celesta\Calista (~1787 - )
----------child: Barnes, Asa Jr. (~1788 - )
----------child: Barnes, Emeline (~1789 - )
----------child: Barnes, Adeline (~1790 - )
----------child: Barnes, Elias (1796 - )
Day, Mary Elizabeth (1836 - 1898)
b. 31 OCT 1836 in Liberty, Morgan Co., KY
d. 11 DEC 1898 in Steuben, Crawford Co., WI
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 8, Ed. 1, Tree #2913, Date of Import: 30 Apr 1997]

LIVED IN KENTUCKY AND WISCONSIN []

Info from Meredith Bakken.

spouse: Beaumont, Drayton (1827 - 1904)
- m. 1849 in Iowa County, WI

----------child: Beaumont, Adeline (1848 - 1901)
----------child: Beaumont, Josephine (1851 - 1929)
----------child: Beaumont, Judiath Roseanna (~1856 - ~1944)
----------child: Beaumont, Mariah Doll (~1859 - ~1935)
----------child: Beaumont, Drayton Jr. (1861 - 1938)
----------child: Beaumont, Mary Jane (1863 - 1937)
----------child: Beaumont, George Markus (~1867 - 1931)
----------child: Beaumont, Agnes A. (1870 - 1907)
Day, Zilla (~1836 - )
b. ABT. 1836 in of New Jersey

father: Day, John(>1800 - )
mother: Cook, Roxana(>1800 - )
spouse: Bement, Francis H. (1836 - 1915)
- m. ABT. 1856

----------child: Bement, Marion (~1858 - )
----------child: Bement, Carl Fox (1860 - )
----------child: Bement, Jacob (~1862 - )
----------child: Bement, Daisy (~1863 - )
----------child: Bement, Butler E. (~1865 - )
de Barsham, Joan (~1150 - )
b. ABT. 1150

father: de Barsham, Maurice(~1125 - )
spouse: de Bellomonte, William (~1150 - 1218)
- m. AFT. 1181

----------child: de Bellomonte, ??? (~1190 - )
de Barsham, Maurice (~1125 - )
b. ABT. 1125

spouse:
----------child: de Barsham, Joan (~1150 - )
de Bayeux, Ranulph (~1017 - )
b. ABT. 1017 in Bayeux, Clvds, France

spouse: de Normandy, Alix (~1021 - )
----------child: de Meschines, Ranulph (~1050 - )
de Beaumeis, Robert (*1013 - )
spouse:
----------child: de Belmeis, Richard (~1048 - )
de Beaumont, Margaret (~1145 - 1235)
b. ABT. 1145 in Hampshire, England
d. 12 JAN 1234/35

father: de Beaumont, Robert(~1130 - 1190)
mother: de Grentoneshil, Petronelle(~1134 - 1212)
spouse: de Quincy, Saher (~1150 - 1219)
- m. BEF. 1173

----------child: de Quincy, Roger (~1174 - 1264)
de Beaumont, Robert (~1046 - 1118)
b. ABT. 1046 in Beaumont, Normandy, France
d. 5 JUN 1118 in Preaux, Normandy, France

father: de Beaumont, Roger(~1022 - )
mother: de Maullant, Adeline(~1014 - 1081)
Robert de Beaumont was listed as one of the knights accompanying William The Conqueror on his invasion of England in 1066. It is not known whether this Robert de Beaumont was in fact one in the same, although the dates and location do in fact coincide. _______________

Source: This list is taken from the plaque in the church at Dives-sur- Mer, Normandy, France, where William the Conqueror and his knights said mass before setting sail to invade England in 1066. It lists all the knights who took part in the invasion.

The concept of surnames as we know them was not very well-developed. An individual either took the name of the village where they lived (this would generally be the case for those those starting with a "de"), or else the surname was a sort of nickname, depicting certain characteristics e.g. Alain le Roux (Alain of the red hair), Raoul Vis-de-Loup (Raoul wolf-face) etc. In other cases, it could be the father's name, in the format "fils de...." (son of..... ). This in later years became "Fitz....", as in such names as "Fitzjohn" etc.

The spellings were often different then. For example Bunker comes from French Bon-Coeur ("Good-Heart). This would have been written "Cor-bon" in Norman French. Also, the bishop of Bayeux, who is normally known by the name of "Odo", is listed under the French spelling of "Eude".

The OLIVE TREE Genealogy Homepage Lorine McGinnis Schulze, Copyright © 1996, 1997

spouse: de Vermandeis, Isabel (1081 - 1131)
- m. 1096

----------child: de Beaumont, Robert (1104 - 1168)
de Beaumont, Robert (1104 - 1168)
b. 1104 in Leicaster, England
d. 5 APR 1168 in Leicaster, England

father: de Beaumont, Robert(~1046 - 1118)
mother: de Vermandeis, Isabel(1081 - 1131)
spouse: de Gael, Amice (~1100 - )
- m. AFT. NOV 1120

----------child: de Beaumont, Robert (~1130 - 1190)
de Beaumont, Robert (~1130 - 1190)
b. ABT. 1130 in Leicestershire, Lancastershire, England
d. 31 AUG 1190 in Duras, Greece

father: de Beaumont, Robert(1104 - 1168)
mother: de Gael, Amice(~1100 - )
spouse: de Grentoneshil, Petronelle (~1134 - 1212)
- m. BEF. 1155

----------child: de Beaumont, Margaret (~1145 - 1235)
de Beaumont, Roger (~1022 - )
b. ABT. 1022

father: de Vieilles, Humphrey(~0980 - 1044)
mother: de La Haie, Aubreye(~0984 - 1045)
spouse: de Maullant, Adeline (~1014 - 1081)
----------child: de Beaumont, Robert (~1046 - 1118)
de Bellomonte, ??? (~1190 - )
b. ABT. 1190

father: de Bellomonte, William(~1150 - 1218)
mother: de Barsham, Joan(~1150 - )
spouse:
----------child: de Bellomonte, William (~1240 - 1333)
de Bellomonte, Henry (~1335 - ~1405)
b. ABT. 1335 in Whitely Beaumont, County Yorkshire, England
d. ABT. 1405

father: de Bellomonte, John(1312 - >1360)
mother: Radcliffe, Margaret(~1312 - )
BEAUMONT, a parish in the ward and county of CUMBERLAND, 4½ miles (N.W. by W.) from Carlisle, containing 323 inhabitants. The living is a discharged rectory, united, in 1692, with that of Kirk-Andrews upon Eden, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Carlisle, rated in the king's books at £8. 1. 8., endowed with £200 private benefaction, and £400 royal bounty, and in the patronage of the Earl of Lonsdale. The church is dedicated to St. Mary. The poor children of this parish are entitled to instruction in a school erected by subscription, in the parish of Kirk-Andrews upon Eden, to which Thomas Pattinson, in 1785, gave a small endowment. (A Topographical Dictionary of England., p.109)
spouse: ???, Johanna de Bellomonte (~1355 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Henry (~1380 - 1424)
----------child: Beaumont, Daughter (~1384 - )
----------child: Beaumont, John (~1385 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Roger (>1387 - )
----------child: Beaumont, Richard (~1400 - )
de Bellomonte, John (1312 - >1360)
b. 1312 in Crossland Hall, County Yorkshire, England
d. AFT. 1360

father: de Bellomonte, Robert(~1285 - 1341)
mother: de Quormby, Agnes(~1285 - )
spouse: Radcliffe, Margaret (~1312 - )
- m. ABT. 1332

----------child: de Bellomonte, Henry (~1335 - ~1405)
spouse: Southill, Alice (~1312 - )
- m. BEF. 1360

de Bellomonte, Richard (<1264 - )
b. BEF. 1264

father: de Bellomonte, William(~1240 - 1333)
mother: Strange, Alice(~1240 - )
de Bellomonte, Robert (~1285 - 1341)
b. ABT. 1285 in Drayton Hall, County Shropshire, England
d. 1341 in Crossland Hall, County Yorkshire, England

father: de Bellomonte, William(~1265 - 1323)
mother: Crossland, Elizabeth(~1265 - )
spouse: Crossland, Garcia (~1285 - )
- m. ABT. 1305

spouse: de Quormby, Agnes (~1285 - )
- m. BEF. 1312

----------child: de Bellomonte, John (1312 - >1360)
de Bellomonte, William (~1150 - 1218)
b. ABT. 1150
d. 1218

spouse: de Barsham, Joan (~1150 - )
- m. AFT. 1181

----------child: de Bellomonte, ??? (~1190 - )
spouse: de Drayton, Alicia (~1150 - )
- m. 1207

de Bellomonte, William (~1240 - 1333)
b. ABT. 1240
d. 1333

father: de Bellomonte, ???(~1190 - )
spouse: Strange, Alice (~1240 - )
----------child: de Bellomonte, Richard (<1264 - )
----------child: de Bellomonte, William (~1265 - 1323)
de Bellomonte, William (~1265 - 1323)
b. ABT. 1265
d. 1323

father: de Bellomonte, William(~1240 - 1333)
mother: Strange, Alice(~1240 - )
spouse: de Oyri, Alicia (~1265 - )
- m. ABT. 1282

spouse: Crossland, Elizabeth (~1265 - )
- m. ABT. 1285

----------child: de Bellomonte, Robert (~1285 - 1341)
de Belmeis, Adelicia (~1138 - )
b. ABT. 1138 in Harrington, England

father: de Belmeis, Philip(~1110 - )
mother: de Meschines, Maud(~1120 - )
spouse: La Zouche, Alan (~1136 - 1190)
----------child: La Zouche, Roger (~1175 - <1238)
de Belmeis, Philip (~1110 - )
b. ABT. 1110 in Harringworth, England

father: de Belmeis, Walter(~1086 - )
spouse: de Meschines, Maud (~1120 - )
----------child: de Belmeis, Adelicia (~1138 - )
de Belmeis, Richard (~1048 - )
b. ABT. 1048 in Harrington, England

father: de Beaumeis, Robert(*1013 - )
spouse:
----------child: de Belmeis, Walter (~1086 - )
de Belmeis, Walter (~1086 - )
b. ABT. 1086 in Harrington, England

father: de Belmeis, Richard(~1048 - )
spouse:
----------child: de Belmeis, Philip (~1110 - )
de Bohun, Mary (>1366 - 1394)
b. AFT. 1366
d. 1394

spouse: Henry, ? IV, King of England (1366 - 1413)
----------child: Henry, ? V, King of England (1387 - 1422)
de Brodfield, Jervace (~1150 - )
b. ABT. 1150

spouse: de Drayton, Alicia (~1150 - )
- m. ABT. 1180

de Cardiff, Amabil (~1170 - )
b. ABT. 1170

father: de Cardiff, Richard(~1140 - )
spouse: de Sandford, Thomas (~1166 - )
----------child: de Sandford, Ralph (~1200 - )
de Cardiff, Richard (~1140 - )
b. ABT. 1140

spouse:
----------child: de Cardiff, Amabil (~1170 - )
de Chacomb, Amabilia (~1220 - )
b. ABT. 1220 in Stafford, England

father: de Chacomb, Robert(~1175 - )
mother: Julian, ?(~1180 - )
spouse: de Seagrave, Gilbert (1220 - )
----------child: de Seagrave, Nicholas Baron (~1245 - 1295)
de Chacomb, Robert (~1175 - )
b. ABT. 1175 in Chacomb, Northampton, England

spouse: Julian, ? (~1180 - )
----------child: de Chacomb, Amabilia (~1220 - )
de Champagne, Alix (>1126 - 1206)
b. AFT. 1126
d. 24 JUN 1206

father: Theobald, Count of Blois(~1102 - 1152)
mother: Carinthia, Maud of(>1102 - )
spouse: Louis, ? VII, The Young, King of France (1120 - 1180)
- m. 13 NOV 1160

de Clare, Gilbert Sir (1243 - 1295)
b. 2 SEP 1243 in Christchurch, Hampshire, England
d. 7 DEC 1295 in Monmouth Castle

spouse: Plantagenet, Joan (1272 - 1307)
- m. 30 APR 1290 in Westminster Abbey, London, England

de Clare, Isabel (1226 - 1275)
b. 2 NOV 1226
d. 18 MAY 1275

spouse: Bruce, Robert (~1226 - 1295)
- m. MAY 1240

----------child: Bruce, Robert (>1240 - 1304)
de Columbers, Alan (~1177 - )
b. ABT. 1177 in Hale, Lancastershire, England

father: de Columbers, William(~1150 - )
spouse: de Waleton, Cicily (~1181 - )
----------child: de Columbers, Cecily (~1201 - )
de Columbers, Cecily (~1201 - )
b. ABT. 1201 in Hale, Lancastershire, England

father: de Columbers, Alan(~1177 - )
mother: de Waleton, Cicily(~1181 - )
spouse: de Holland, Robert (~1197 - )
----------child: de Holland, Thurston (~1222 - 1275)
de Columbers, William (~1150 - )
b. ABT. 1150

spouse:
----------child: de Columbers, Alan (~1177 - )
de Conteville, Emma (~1029 - )
b. ABT. 1029 in Conteville, France

spouse: d'Avranches, Richard (~1025 - )
----------child: d'Avranches, Maud (~1050 - )
de Coucy, Mary (>1198 - )
b. AFT. 1198

spouse: Alexander, ? II, King of Scotland (1198 - 1249)
- m. AFT. 1238

----------child: Alexander, ? III, King of Scotland (1241 - 1286)
de Drayton, Alicia (~1150 - )
b. ABT. 1150 in of Drayton Hall, Shropshire, England

father: de Drayton, William(~1125 - )
spouse: de Brodfield, Jervace (~1150 - )
- m. ABT. 1180

spouse: de Bellomonte, William (~1150 - 1218)
- m. 1207

de Drayton, William (~1125 - )
b. ABT. 1125 in Drayton Hall, Shropshire, England

spouse:
----------child: de Drayton, Alicia (~1150 - )
de Falaise, Fulbert (<0970 - )
b. BEF. 970

spouse: Doda, ? (~0970 - )
----------child: Arletta, Harlette de Falaise (~1005 - ~1066)
de Gael, Amice (~1100 - )
b. ABT. 1100 in Norf, England

father: de Gael, Ralph(1052 - )
mother: Fitzosbourne, Advise(>1052 - )
spouse: de Beaumont, Robert (1104 - 1168)
- m. AFT. NOV 1120

----------child: de Beaumont, Robert (~1130 - 1190)
de Gael, Ralph (1052 - )
b. 1052 in Herfordshire, England

father: Ralph, Earl of Hereford(<1035 - )
mother: Gytha, ?(>1035 - )
spouse: Fitzosbourne, Advise (>1052 - )
- m. 1074

----------child: de Gael, Amice (~1100 - )
de Galloway, Helen (~1196 - >1245)
b. ABT. 1196 in Scotland
d. AFT. 1245 in England

father: Alan, Lord of Galloway(~1170 - ~1223)
mother: de L'Isle, Helen(~1174 - )
spouse: de Quincy, Roger (~1174 - 1264)
----------child: de Quincy, Helen (~1222 - <1296)
de Grentoneshil, Hugh II (~1092 - )
b. ABT. 1092 in Hinckley, Leicaster, England

spouse:
----------child: de Grentoneshil, Petronelle (~1134 - 1212)
de Grentoneshil, Petronelle (~1134 - 1212)
b. ABT. 1134 in Leicaster, England
d. 1 APR 1212 in Leicaster, England

father: de Grentoneshil, Hugh II(~1092 - )
spouse: de Beaumont, Robert (~1130 - 1190)
- m. BEF. 1155

----------child: de Beaumont, Margaret (~1145 - 1235)
de Hesding, Sibille (~1095 - )
b. ABT. 1095

spouse: de Salisbury, Walter (~1095 - <1147)
----------child: de Salisbury, Patrick (~1105 - )
de Holand, Elizabeth (1320 - )
b. 1320 in UpHoland, Lancaster, England

father: de Holand, Robert Sir Knight(~1280 - 1328)
mother: La Zouche, Maud(1289 - 1349)
spouse: Botilier, William (1318 - )
----------child: Botilier, Alice (1340 - )
de Holand, Robert Sir Knight (~1280 - 1328)
b. ABT. 1280 in Holand, Lancastershire, England
d. OCT 1328 in Borehamwood, England

father: de Holland, Robert Sir(~1253 - )
mother: de Salmesbury, Elizabeth(~1253 - )
spouse: La Zouche, Maud (1289 - 1349)
- m. ABT. 1311

----------child: de Holand, Elizabeth (1320 - )
de Holland, Robert (~1197 - )
b. ABT. 1197 in Holland, Lancastershire, England

spouse: de Columbers, Cecily (~1201 - )
----------child: de Holland, Thurston (~1222 - 1275)
de Holland, Robert Sir (~1253 - )
b. ABT. 1253 in Holland, Lancastershire, England

father: de Holland, Thurston(~1222 - 1275)
mother: de Kellet, Miss(~1230 - )
spouse: de Salmesbury, Elizabeth (~1253 - )
----------child: de Holand, Robert Sir Knight (~1280 - 1328)
de Holland, Thurston (~1222 - 1275)
b. ABT. 1222 in Holland, Lancastershire, England
d. 1275

father: de Holland, Robert(~1197 - )
mother: de Columbers, Cecily(~1201 - )
spouse: de Kellet, Miss (~1230 - )
----------child: de Holland, Robert Sir (~1253 - )
de Kellet, Adam (~1200 - )
b. ABT. 1200

spouse:
----------child: de Kellet, Miss (~1230 - )
de Kellet, Miss (~1230 - )
b. ABT. 1230 in England

father: de Kellet, Adam(~1200 - )
spouse: de Holland, Thurston (~1222 - 1275)
----------child: de Holland, Robert Sir (~1253 - )
de La Haie, Aubreye (~0984 - 1045)
b. ABT. 984 in Pontaudemer, Normandy, France
d. 20 SEP 1045

spouse: de Vieilles, Humphrey (~0980 - 1044)
----------child: de Beaumont, Roger (~1022 - )
de Lancaster, Avice (~1134 - )
b. ABT. 1134 in Cambrin, England

spouse: de Morville, Richard (~1125 - 1189)
----------child: de Morville, Helena (~1153 - )
de Leon, Anne (~1078 - )
b. ABT. 1078

father: Conan, Duke of Brittany(~1050 - 1148)
mother: Maud, Princess of France(~1050 - )
spouse: Eudes, Vicomte of Porhoet (~1078 - )
----------child: Geoffrey, Vicomte of Porhoet (~1106 - 1141)

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