Ethelbert II King of Kent

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Eafa

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FatherEoppa
Eafa||p1850.htm#i92452|Eoppa||p1850.htm#i92453||||Ingild|d. 718|p1850.htm#i92454||||||||||

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Eafa was the son of Eoppa

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Eoppa

M

FatherIngild d. 718
Eoppa||p1850.htm#i92453|Ingild|d. 718|p1850.htm#i92454||||Cenred||p1850.htm#i92455||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Eoppa was the son of Ingild

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Ingild

M, d. 718

FatherCenred
Ingild|d. 718|p1850.htm#i92454|Cenred||p1850.htm#i92455||||Ceolwald||p1850.htm#i92456||||||||||

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Ingild was the son of Cenred
Death*Ingild died in 718. 

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Cenred

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FatherCeolwald
Cenred||p1850.htm#i92455|Ceolwald||p1850.htm#i92456||||Cuthwulf||p1850.htm#i92457||||||||||

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Cenred was the son of Ceolwald

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Ceolwald

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FatherCuthwulf
Ceolwald||p1850.htm#i92456|Cuthwulf||p1850.htm#i92457||||Cuthwine||p1850.htm#i92458||||||||||

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Ceolwald was the son of Cuthwulf

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Cuthwulf

M

FatherCuthwine
Cuthwulf||p1850.htm#i92457|Cuthwine||p1850.htm#i92458||||Ceawlin King of Wessex||p1850.htm#i92459||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Cuthwulf was the son of Cuthwine

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Cuthwine

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FatherCeawlin King of Wessex
Cuthwine||p1850.htm#i92458|Ceawlin King of Wessex||p1850.htm#i92459||||Cynric||p1850.htm#i92460||||||||||

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Cuthwine was the son of Ceawlin King of Wessex

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Ceawlin King of Wessex

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FatherCynric
Ceawlin King of Wessex||p1850.htm#i92459|Cynric||p1850.htm#i92460||||Creoda||p1850.htm#i92461||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Ceawlin King of Wessex was the son of Cynric
Reign*Ceawlin King of Wessex reigned between 560 and 591; from about 568 to 591. 

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Cynric

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FatherCreoda
Cynric||p1850.htm#i92460|Creoda||p1850.htm#i92461||||Cerdic of Wessex|b. 467\nd. 534|p1850.htm#i92462||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Cynric was the son of Creoda
Name Variation Cynric was also known as Cynryc. 
Note*Cynric ruled from 534 to 560, succeeding his grandfather, Cerdic of Wessex. between 534 and 560. 

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Creoda1

M

FatherCerdic of Wessex b. 467, d. 534
Creoda||p1850.htm#i92461|Cerdic of Wessex|b. 467\nd. 534|p1850.htm#i92462||||Elesa|b. 439|p1869.htm#i93418||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Creoda was the son of Cerdic of Wessex

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Citations:

  1. This generation is missed in some versions.

Cerdic of Wessex

M, b. 467, d. 534

FatherElesa b. 439
Cerdic of Wessex|b. 467\nd. 534|p1850.htm#i92462|Elesa|b. 439|p1869.htm#i93418||||Esla|b. 411|p1869.htm#i93420||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Birth*Cerdic of Wessex was born in 467 in Saxony, Northern Germany
He was the son of Elesa
Note*Cerdic, a patriarch of royalty in Saxony, landed in Hampshire in 495 and in 519 gained a victory at Charford. He was first crowned King of the West Saxons, when, as it is reported, the legendary King Arthur, who had his castle on the steep coast of Cornwall, yielded to him the section of land now known as Hampshire and Somerset. In 520, being unable to extend his rule west of the Avon and defeated at Badbury, co. Dorset, Cedric withdrew. Ten years later he conquered the Isle of Wight. He died in 534. Cerdic is said to be the founding figure of the West Saxon dynasty. However, much of this is obscure and not documented, subject to dispute by history scholars. There was no secure chronicle in the 6th century. (Wurts) Source: ancestry.com
The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James
in 495. 
Fact 1* In 508 a victory over the Celts by Cerdic of Wessex established Saxon control over the New Forest area, although the Celts and Saxons were still contesting the region north of Southampton well into the 520s. (Extracted from "Historical Atlas of the Celtic World"). 
Fact 2* Between 519 and 534 the kingdom of Wessex was founded in A.D. 519 by a chieftain called Cerdic, who came to Britain from Germany in 494/495. Cerdic ruled from 519 to 534. 
Fact 3* In 530 he conquered the Isle of Wight, and following his death in 534, his grandson, Cynric, succeeded him. Cynric probed north into the modern county of Hampshire. (Extracted from "Historical Atlas of the Celtic World", page 128) in 530. 
Death*Cerdic of Wessex died in 534 in Kingdom of Wessex

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Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba

M, b. circa 954, d. 25 November 1034

 
Malcolm II MacKenneth, King of Alba (c954-1034)

FatherKenneth II King of Alba b. c 932, d. 995
MotherA Princess of Leinster
Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba|b. c 954\nd. 25 Nov 1034|p1850.htm#i92463|Kenneth II King of Alba|b. c 932\nd. 995|p1850.htm#i92464|A Princess of Leinster||p1868.htm#i93366|Malcolm I. King of Alba|b. c 897\nd. 954|p1850.htm#i92465||||||||||

Last Edited12 May 2011

Birth*Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba was born circa 954. 
He was the son of Kenneth II King of Alba and A Princess of Leinster
Marriage*Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba married Blanaid nic Brian circa 983 in Scotland
Marriage*Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba married An Irish Woman From Ossory. 
Note*Malcolm II conquered Lothian. in 1018. 
Death*Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba died on 25 November 1034 in Glamis Castle, Angus; Malcolm II was mortally wounded by rival branches of the royal house. He was the last sovereign of the House of MacAlpine. He was succeeded by his grandson Duncan. 
Burial*He was buried in the Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Scotland

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An Irish Woman From Ossory.
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Blanaid nic Brian b. circa 962
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Kenneth II King of Alba

M, b. circa 932, d. 995

FatherMalcolm I King of Alba b. c 897, d. 954
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Last Edited22 Feb 2011

Birth*Kenneth II King of Alba was born circa 932 in Scotland
He was the son of Malcolm I King of Alba
Marriage*Kenneth II King of Alba married A Princess of Leinster
Death*Kenneth II King of Alba died in 995 in Finella's Castle, Fettercairn, Scotland; Kenneth II was killed on behalf of his cousin and successor. 
Burial*He was buried in Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Argyleshire, Scotland

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A Princess of Leinster
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Malcolm I King of Alba1

M, b. circa 897, d. 954

 
Malcolm I, King of Alba (c897-954)

FatherDomnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll) b. c 862, d. 900
Malcolm I King of Alba|b. c 897\nd. 954|p1850.htm#i92465|Domnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll)|b. c 862\nd. 900|p1850.htm#i92466||||Constantine I. King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba|b. c 836\nd. 877|p1850.htm#i92467||||||||||

Last Edited22 Sep 2008

Birth*Malcolm I King of Alba was born circa 897 in Scotland
He was the son of Domnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll)
Death*Malcolm I King of Alba died in 954 in Fordoun, Kincardineshire, Scotland; He was slain by the Moray men. 
Burial*He was buried in the Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Scotland

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Citations:

  1. Alba=Albany, modern Scotland north of the Forth and Clyde.

Domnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll)

M, b. circa 862, d. 900

FatherConstantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba b. c 836, d. 877
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Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Birth*Domnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll) was born circa 862 in Scotland
He was the son of Constantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba
Death*Domnall II King of Alba (United Pictland & Argyll) died in 900 in Forres, Morayshire, Scotland; Domnall II was slain in battle. 
Burial*He was buried in Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Scotland

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Constantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba

M, b. circa 836, d. 877

FatherKenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba b. c 810, d. 6 Feb 859
Constantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba|b. c 836\nd. 877|p1850.htm#i92467|Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba|b. c 810\nd. 6 Feb 859|p1850.htm#i92468||||Alpin King of Kintyre|b. c 778\nd. 10 Jul 834|p1850.htm#i92469|A Pictish Princess||p1850.htm#i92488|||||||

Last Edited3 Jan 2007

Birth*Constantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba was born circa 836 in Scotland
He was the son of Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba
Marriage*Constantine I King of the Picts & Scots of all Alba married an unknown person ; Constantine I married a lady about whom no information is known, and had issue. 
Success1*He succeeded the throne Donald I as King of Scotland. There is no record of his coronation. in 863. 
Death*He died in 877 in Scone, Perth, Scotland, killed in battle (beheaded) against the Norsemen (Danes) at Inverdorat, the Black Cove, Angus. 
Burial*He was buried in the Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Scotland

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Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba

M, b. circa 810, d. 6 February 859

FatherAlpin King of Kintyre b. c 778, d. 10 Jul 834
MotherA Pictish Princess
Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba|b. c 810\nd. 6 Feb 859|p1850.htm#i92468|Alpin King of Kintyre|b. c 778\nd. 10 Jul 834|p1850.htm#i92469|A Pictish Princess||p1850.htm#i92488|Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 747\nd. 839|p1850.htm#i92470|Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal||p1850.htm#i92471|||||||

Last Edited12 May 2011

Name Variation Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba was also known as Kenneth I MacAlpin. 
Note*United the Picts and Scots through his Pictish royal blood. 
Birth*He was born circa 810 in Scotland
He was the son of Alpin King of Kintyre and A Pictish Princess
Success1*Kenneth I Mac Alpin King of The Picts & Scots of all Alba succeeded the throne his father as King of Galloway and other parts of Scotland. on 20 July 834. 
Marriage*He married an unknown person ; no information exists for his wife; they had issue. 
Reign*He reigned between 840 and 858; King of the Scots. 
Crown1*He was crowned king of the area known as Dalriada. in 841. 
Crown2*He was crowned King of the Picts, thus entitling the old Gaelic kingdoms of Alba for the first time. in 843. 
Reign2*He reigned King of the Picts. between 847 and 858. 
Death*He died on 6 February 859 in Forteviot, Perthshire, Scotland
Burial*He was buried in the Abbey on the Isle of Iona, Scotland

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Alpin King of Kintyre

M, b. circa 778, d. 10 July 834

FatherEochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll b. c 747, d. 839
MotherPossibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal
Alpin King of Kintyre|b. c 778\nd. 10 Jul 834|p1850.htm#i92469|Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 747\nd. 839|p1850.htm#i92470|Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal||p1850.htm#i92471|Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 725\nd. 778|p1850.htm#i92472||||||||||

Last Edited22 Feb 2011

Birth*Alpin King of Kintyre was born circa 778 in Scotland
He was the son of Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll and Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal
Marriage*Alpin King of Kintyre married A Pictish Princess; King Alpin married a Scottish Princess, whose name is not known. 
Note*Alpin succeeded his father as a King in Scotland, and became also King of Kintyre in March/August 834. There is no record of his coronation. between March 834 and August 834. 
Death*Alpin King of Kintyre died on 10 July 834; Alpin was killed in battle whilst fighting the Picts in Galloway. His place of burial is not recorded. He was succeeded by his son Kenneth I. 

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A Pictish Princess
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Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll

M, b. circa 747, d. 839

FatherAedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll b. c 725, d. 778
Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 747\nd. 839|p1850.htm#i92470|Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 725\nd. 778|p1850.htm#i92472||||Eochaidh I. King of Scots of Argyll|d. 733|p1850.htm#i92473||||||||||

Last Edited22 Feb 2011

Name Variation Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll was also known as Eoghain MacAngus. 
Birth*He was born circa 747. 
He was the son of Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll
Marriage*Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll married Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal
Alt-DeathAn alternate death date is in 819. 
Death*Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll died in 839. 

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Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal
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Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal

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Last Edited22 Feb 2011

Note*She was the sister and heiress of Constantine, King of the Picts. 
Name Variation Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal was also known as Fergusa or Urgusia Queen of Scotland. 
Marriage*She married Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll, son of Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll

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Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll b. circa 747, d. 839
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Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll

M, b. circa 725, d. 778

FatherEochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll d. 733
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Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Name Variation Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll was also known as Aodh Hugh Fionn King of Scotland. 
Birth*He was born circa 725 in Scotland
He was the son of Eochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll
Death*Aedh Find 'The White King of Scots of Argyll died in 778; he was killed in battle with the Picts. 

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Eochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. 733

FatherEochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll d. 697
Eochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll|d. 733|p1850.htm#i92473|Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll|d. 697|p1850.htm#i92474||||Domangart I. King of Scots of Argyll|d. 673|p1850.htm#i92475||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Eochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll
Note*Eochaidh was the last to reign in Irish Dalriada. 
Death*Eochaidh III King of Scots of Argyll died in 733. 

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Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. 697

FatherDomangart II King of Scots of Argyll d. 673
Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll|d. 697|p1850.htm#i92474|Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll|d. 673|p1850.htm#i92475||||Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll|d. 643|p1850.htm#i92476||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll
Death*Eochaidh II "Crook-Nose" King of Scots of Argyll died in 697; Eochaidh was killed in battle. 

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Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. 673

FatherDomnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll d. 643
Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll|d. 673|p1850.htm#i92475|Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll|d. 643|p1850.htm#i92476||||Eochaidh B. King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 629|p1850.htm#i92477||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll
Death*Domangart II King of Scots of Argyll died in 673; Domangart II was killed in battle. 

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Child

Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. 643

FatherEochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll d. c 629
Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll|d. 643|p1850.htm#i92476|Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 629|p1850.htm#i92477||||Aidan King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 608|p1850.htm#i92478||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll
Death*Domnall Brecc "The Speckled" King of Scots of Argyll died in 643; Domnall Brecc was killed in battle against the Britons. 

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Child

Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. circa 629

FatherAidan King of Scots of Argyll d. c 608
Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 629|p1850.htm#i92477|Aidan King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 608|p1850.htm#i92478||||Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 559|p1850.htm#i92479|Ingenach o. L.||p1850.htm#i92480|||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Aidan King of Scots of Argyll
Note*Eochaidh Buidhe was perhaps also maternally King of the Picts. 
Death*Eochaidh Buidhe King of Scots of Argyll died circa 629. 

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Child

Aidan King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. circa 608

FatherGabhran King of Scots of Argyll d. c 559
MotherIngenach or Lleian
Aidan King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 608|p1850.htm#i92478|Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 559|p1850.htm#i92479|Ingenach or Lleian||p1850.htm#i92480|Domangart I. King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")|d. c 506|p1850.htm#i92481||||Brychan Prince In Manau||p1850.htm#i92483|British Princess||p1850.htm#i92484|

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Aidan King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll and Ingenach or Lleian
Note*Aidan was consecrated King by his cousin St. Columba. circa 574. 
Death*Aidan King of Scots of Argyll died circa 608; Aidan was killed in battle. 

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Child

Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll

M, d. circa 559

FatherDomangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael") d. c 506
Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll|d. c 559|p1850.htm#i92479|Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")|d. c 506|p1850.htm#i92481||||Fergus M. Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada|b. c 434\nd. 501|p1850.htm#i92482||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll was the son of Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")
Marriage*Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll married Ingenach or Lleian, daughter of Brychan Prince In Manau and British Princess
Death*Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll died circa 559; Gabhran was killed by his nephew. 

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Ingenach or Lleian
Child

Ingenach or Lleian

F

FatherBrychan Prince In Manau
MotherBritish Princess
Ingenach or Lleian||p1850.htm#i92480|Brychan Prince In Manau||p1850.htm#i92483|British Princess||p1850.htm#i92484|||||||Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde||p1850.htm#i92485||||

Last Edited3 Sep 2007

Ingenach or Lleian was the daughter of Brychan Prince In Manau and British Princess
Marriage*Ingenach or Lleian married Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll, son of Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")

Family

Gabhran King of Scots of Argyll d. circa 559
Child

Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")1

M, d. circa 506

FatherFergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada b. c 434, d. 501
Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael")|d. c 506|p1850.htm#i92481|Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada|b. c 434\nd. 501|p1850.htm#i92482||||Erc (Eirc Errc) Mac Echach of Dalriada|d. 474|p1868.htm#i93363||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael") was the son of Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada
Name Variation Domangart I King of Scots of Dalriada (Argyll or "Frontier of the Gael") was also known as Dongard , King of Dalriada. 
Death*He died circa 506. 

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Child

Citations:

  1. Domangart was his Gaelic name.

Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada

M, b. circa 434, d. 501

FatherErc (Eirc Errc) Mac Echach of Dalriada d. 474
Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada|b. c 434\nd. 501|p1850.htm#i92482|Erc (Eirc Errc) Mac Echach of Dalriada|d. 474|p1868.htm#i93363||||Eochaidh Muinreamhar , King of Dalriada||p1897.htm#i94828||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Birth*Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada was born circa 434. 
He was the son of Erc (Eirc Errc) Mac Echach of Dalriada
Death*Fergus Mor Mac Erc King of Scots of Dalriada died in 501. 

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Child

Brychan Prince In Manau

M

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Marriage*Brychan Prince In Manau married British Princess, daughter of Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde

Family

British Princess
Child

British Princess

F

FatherDyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde
British Princess||p1850.htm#i92484|Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde||p1850.htm#i92485||||Ceretic (Coroticus) the Gwledig King of Strathclyde, 5th Century||p1850.htm#i92486||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

British Princess was the daughter of Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde
Marriage*British Princess married Brychan Prince In Manau

Family

Brychan Prince In Manau
Child

Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde

M

FatherCeretic (Coroticus) the Gwledig King of Strathclyde, 5th Century
Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde||p1850.htm#i92485|Ceretic (Coroticus) the Gwledig King of Strathclyde, 5th Century||p1850.htm#i92486||||||||||||||||

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Dyfnwal Hen 'The Old' King of Strathclyde was the son of Ceretic (Coroticus) the Gwledig King of Strathclyde, 5th Century

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Ceretic (Coroticus) the Gwledig King of Strathclyde, 5th Century

M

Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Family

Child

Donald I MacAlpin

M, d. 863

FatherAlpin King of Kintyre b. c 778, d. 10 Jul 834
Donald I MacAlpin|d. 863|p1850.htm#i92487|Alpin King of Kintyre|b. c 778\nd. 10 Jul 834|p1850.htm#i92469||||Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll|b. c 747\nd. 839|p1850.htm#i92470|Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal||p1850.htm#i92471|||||||

Last Edited8 Dec 2005

Donald I MacAlpin was the son of Alpin King of Kintyre
Success1*Donald I MacAlpin succeeded the throne his brother Kenneth I as King of Scotland. There is no record of his coronation. He was succeeded by his nephew Constantine. in 859. 
Death*He died in 863; King Donald I was either killed in a battle at Scone, Perthshire, or died that year in his palace at Kinn Belachoir. He died unmarried and childless. His place of burial is not recorded. 

A Pictish Princess

F

Last Edited22 Feb 2011

Marriage*A Pictish Princess married Alpin King of Kintyre, son of Eochaid IV "The Venomous" King of Scots of Argyll and Possibly Unisticc Pictish Princess Royal; King Alpin married a Scottish Princess, whose name is not known. 

Family

Alpin King of Kintyre b. circa 778, d. 10 July 834
Child

An Irish Woman From Ossory.

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Last Edited12 May 2011

Marriage*An Irish Woman From Ossory. married Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba, son of Kenneth II King of Alba and A Princess of Leinster

Family

Malcolm II MacKenneth King of Alba b. circa 954, d. 25 November 1034
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Benjamin Bucklin

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Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Marriage*Benjamin Bucklin married Rebecca Bowen

Family

Rebecca Bowen
Child

Rebecca Bowen

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Last Edited20 Sep 2006

Marriage*Rebecca Bowen married Benjamin Bucklin

Family

Benjamin Bucklin
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Samuel Read

M, b. 1647, d. 5 April 1717

FatherJohn Read b. 1604, d. 7 Sep 1685
MotherSarah Lessie b. 1614, d. 23 Apr 1702
Samuel Read|b. 1647\nd. 5 Apr 1717|p1850.htm#i92492|John Read|b. 1604\nd. 7 Sep 1685|p188.htm#i9366|Sarah Lessie|b. 1614\nd. 23 Apr 1702|p188.htm#i9367|William Read|b. 1565\nd. 24 Apr 1621|p188.htm#i9368|Lucy Heneage|b. 24 Feb 1586\nd. 17 Sep 1621|p188.htm#i9369|William Lessie||p1867.htm#i93321||||

ChartsDescendants of William Read
Last Edited14 Mar 2006

Birth*Samuel Read was born in 1647 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
He was the son of John Read and Sarah Lessie
Marriage*Samuel Read married Hopestill Holebrook on 10 May 1668 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Marriage*Samuel Read married Hannah
Death*Samuel Read died on 5 April 1717 in Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts

Family 1

Hopestill Holebrook d. 12 January 1706

Family 2

Hannah d. 24 January 1717

Hopestill Holebrook

F, d. 12 January 1706

ChartsDescendants of William Read
Last Edited14 Mar 2006

Marriage*Hopestill Holebrook married Samuel Read, son of John Read and Sarah Lessie, on 10 May 1668 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Death*Hopestill Holebrook died on 12 January 1706. 

Family

Samuel Read b. 1647, d. 5 April 1717

Hannah

F, d. 24 January 1717

ChartsDescendants of William Read
Last Edited3 Jul 2003

Marriage*Hannah married Samuel Read, son of John Read and Sarah Lessie
Death*Hannah died on 24 January 1717. 

Family

Samuel Read b. 1647, d. 5 April 1717

William Read

M, b. between 1630 and 1634

FatherJohn Read b. 1604, d. 7 Sep 1685
MotherSarah Lessie b. 1614, d. 23 Apr 1702
William Read|b. bt 1630 - 1634|p1850.htm#i92495|John Read|b. 1604\nd. 7 Sep 1685|p188.htm#i9366|Sarah Lessie|b. 1614\nd. 23 Apr 1702|p188.htm#i9367|William Read|b. 1565\nd. 24 Apr 1621|p188.htm#i9368|Lucy Heneage|b. 24 Feb 1586\nd. 17 Sep 1621|p188.htm#i9369|William Lessie||p1867.htm#i93321||||

ChartsDescendants of William Read
Last Edited17 Apr 2007

Birth*William Read was born between 1630 and 1634 in Blyborough, Lincolnshire, England
He was the son of John Read and Sarah Lessie
Marriage*William Read married Ruth Crooke on 20 January 1653. 

Family

Ruth Crooke

Ruth Crooke

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ChartsDescendants of William Read
Last Edited17 Apr 2007

Marriage*Ruth Crooke married William Read, son of John Read and Sarah Lessie, on 20 January 1653. 

Family

William Read b. between 1630 and 1634

Benjamin Hitchcock

M, b. circa 1788, d. 1851

Last Edited9 Jun 2011

Note*Sources:
Canadian Census Records, National Archives Ottawa
Marriage Records Provincial Archives New Brunswick (PANB)
Parish Records: Assumption Church, Grand Falls, NB; St. Bruno Church, Van Buren, Maine
Diary kept by Mamie McCarthy Roach, Limestone Siding, NB
International Genealogical Index, LDS, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Margaret (Hitchcock) Drost of Bath, NB in 1997/98.
Gilbert Hitchcock of Caribou, Maine
Frank Lawson.
Patricia Morrell Nicholson of Perth/Andover.
Anne (Rideout) Côté, Grand Falls, NB. Anne also provided a document, published in 1994 by Mori Hillman, of Burnaby, B.C. ''Corporal Benjamin Hitchcock (Abt. 1788-Bef. 1851) A Native of Bridgnorth, Shropshire And A Military Settler in New Brunswick, Canada''.

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Shropshire, England families that possibly contained our Benjamin Hitchcock

     Richard Hitchcock m. 20 July 1783 to Mary Knoke(Knox) at Stottesden and Farlow, Shropshire , England. Richard and Mary's children: 1. Mary Hitchcock christened 29 August 1784 2. Benjamin Hitchcock christened 31 May 1789, 3. Richard Hitchcock christened 29 January 1792 died 2 October 1795 at Stottesden and Farlow.

     John Hitchcock m. 4 May 1784 to Dorothy Milner (christened 28 August 1763 daughter of Thomas and Dorothy Milner). Marriage at Stottesden and Farlow Parish, Shropshire, England.
John and Dorothy's children: 1. Sarah Hitchcock chr. 13 July 1784 Stottesden and Farlow. 2. Thomas Hitchcock chr. 6 August 1785 Stottesden and Farlow. 3. Ann Hitchcock chr. 20 January 1788 Corely Parish , Shropshire. 4. Benjamin Hitchcock chr. 18 October 1789 Corely Parish. 5 John Hitchcock chr. 20 or 2 February 1794 Corely Parish. 6. Elizabeth Hitchcock chr 31 July 1796 Corely Parish. 7. Susanna Hitchcock chr. 14 April 1799 Corely. 8. Richard Hitchcock chr. 13 September 1801 Billingsley, Shropshire. 9. Amy Hitchcock chr. 3 April 1803 Billingsley. 10. Cicely Hitchcock chr 16 March 1806 Billingsley.

     Military records for our Benjamin Hitchcock show Bridgnorth, Shropshire as his place of birth. Bridgnorth is about seven miles from Stottesden. Corely Parish is also a short distance from Stottesden. Could our Benjamin be the son of John and Dorothy ? Perhaps, they are of the same age. However, we tend to believe that our Benjamin is the son of Richard and Mary. I speculate that following the custom of naming first born children after parents or grandparents, James the first son could have been named for the father of Cecelia. The second son Benjamin for his father and then Richard for his grandfather and Mary Ann for her grandmother Mary Knox.

     Researchers have not been able to document the parentage of both Benjamin and Cecelia. A record of their marriage has not surface either, so far. In the Canadian Census of 1851 Cecelia, states that she was born in England. Their son James gives Ireland as his place of birth. In The Canadian Census of 1891, Walker Hitchcock their grandson, gives British West Indies as the place of birth of his father James. Family oral history speaks of Cecelia as being of Irish descent. Perhaps, someday we will uncover documents to support our belief that the Benjamin, son of Richard and Mary may be claimed as our own and that we can establish where and when both Cecelia and James were born..
     
     Bridgnorth is a picturesque town situated in Shropshire on the river Severn, a short distance form the border with Wales. It is an ancient town, said to have been founded by a daughter of King Alfred. A large portion of the castle, built shortly after the Conquest still remains. It is a mining as well as an agricultural region. Early on, Bridgnorth had establishments for the manufacturing of carpets and tanneries as well as malthouses. Today, Bridgnorth and surroundings has an active tourist trade, being one of the most picturesque areas of England. You can visit by internet by searching Google.ca and entering the name of the town. Interesting !

     Benjamin enlisted in the army around 1810. In 1812, he enlisted in the Royal Cardigan Militia, which in 1812 was stationed at Limerick, Ireland. On 28 June 1812, as a private, he transferred to 6th Company, 2nd Battalion, 36th Regiment of Foot, which was stationed at Blatchington, Sussex, England. This regiment's first battalion was an important part of several peninsular battles against Napoleon's forces. If Benjamin was with this battalion, then he would have been present at the costly victory of July 1812 at Salamance, Spain. He deserted on 24 August 1812. There is no record of his military service for the next eighteen months, although one might assume that he spent part, if not all of this time in prison for deserting. Little is know about Benjamin's desertion; why, where, and for how long. Once back in custody, he would have been court-martialed. As with many deserters in this period, his sentence was to serve in the unhealthy West Indies.

     On either the 15th or the 20th of February, Private Benjamin Hitchcock transferred from the 36th Regiment to the Royal West India Rangers. In these records, he is described as about 5 feet 8 and three quarters inches tall, of slender form; fair complexion; with hazel or grey eyes and light brown hair.

     From February 1814 to June 1815, he was stationed at Trinidad. From then, until March 1816 , he was at Guadeloupe; at least part of that time as a member of Captain Jack's Company(or 1st Rifle Company). From then until February, 1817, when he was transferred to 8th Company, he was at St. Lucia. From March until June, 1817, he was at St. Vincent. The Regiment then moved to St. Kitts, where on the 25th July 1818 he was promoted to Corporal. In June 1819, the Regiment was transferred to Saint John New Brunswick. They arrive on 10th of June aboard the Buerdon, Aleona and the Star under the command of Lieut. Col. Lavicourt. Here the regiment was disbanded. Those who were content to stay and settle on the Saint John River were allotted land; some farming implements, a proportion of seeds, and three years provisions. Benjamin Hitchcock, who had a wife and one child (James) at this time, was one of forty soldiers who choose to stay and settle in Ranger Settlement. 
Birth*Benjamin Hitchcock was born circa 1788 in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, England
Marriage*He married Cecelia Collins circa 1815. 
Death*Benjamin Hitchcock died in 1851 in Ranger Settlement, New Brunswick
Burial*He was buried in 1851 in New Brunswick

Family

Cecelia Collins b. circa 1792, d. before 1861
Children

Cecelia Collins

F, b. circa 1792, d. before 1861

Last Edited12 Apr 2011

Birth*Cecelia Collins was born circa 1792 in Ireland
Marriage*She married Benjamin Hitchcock circa 1815. 
Census HeadHousehold*Cecelia Collins was head of the household in the census of 1851 in Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick; included in the household with Cecelia (age 59), now widowed, were her sons Richard (age 27) and Frederick (age 21). There was also a lodger, Helen McLaughlin (age 14). Cecelia was a farmer. The census showed that she emigrated in 1818, and was English, although other records have her born in Ireland.
1851 Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Andover, Victoria County, New Brunswick. Household of Cecelia (Collins) Hitchcock and her sons Richard & Frederick. An unknown lodger, Helen McLaughlin, was also enumerated.
Death*She died before 1861 in Ranger Settlement, New Brunswick
Burial*She was buried in New Brunswick

Family

Benjamin Hitchcock b. circa 1788, d. 1851
Children
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