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  NORMANDY - Online Information article about NORMANDY
Normans in the country that Normandy owes its name; from the loth century onwards it formed a duchy, roughly coextensive with the ecclesiastical province of Rouen.
Henry was ambitious of uniting Normandy to England; in 1105, with the aid of Helias, count of Maine, and the son of Geoffrey Martel, count of Anjou, he took and burnt Bayeux, but failed to take Falaise.
In 1329 the duchy of Normandy was revived in favour of John, son of King Philip VI.
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  Adela of Normandy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adela was regent for her husband during his extended absence as a leader of the First Crusade (1095-1098), and when he returned in disgrace it was at least in part at her urging that he returned to the east to fulfill his vow of seeing Jerusalem.
Adela quarrelled with her eldest son Guillaume, "deficient in intelligence as well as degenerate", and had his younger brother Theobald replace him as heir.
Adela retired to Marcigny in 1120, secure in the status of her children.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Adela_of_Normandy   (538 words)

  
 Stephen II, Count of Blois - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was pressured by Adela into making a second pilgrimage, and along with others who faced the same pressures after returning home prematurely, he joined the minor crusade of 1101.
In 1102, Stephen was killed in battle at the age of 57, at the Battle of Ramla.
In about 1080, in Chartres, France, Stephen married Adela of Normandy, a daughter of William the Conqueror.
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 PLANTAGENET
William I "Longsword" of Normandy (2ยบ Duke of Normandy)
WILLIAM I "the Conqueror" of Normandy (King of England)
MATILDA "the Empress" of Normandy (Queen of England)
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 Worldroots.com
Adela of Normandy, daughter of William the Conqueror, was the mother of Stephen, King of England, whose right to the throne derived through her.
In 1099, Stephen returned to France but was forced by Adela to return to the East to redeem his, according to Adela, 'tarnished' reputation, which he did by being killed in the battle of Ramleh, on 19 May 1102.
Adela continued as Regent during the minority of her sons and was increasingly active in public life.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 74
Adela (?) married Stephen II of Champagne, son of Eudes II of Blois and Ermengarde of Auvergne.
She married Stephen of Blois, son of Count Stephen III of Blois and Adela of Normandy, in 1125.
He married Adela of Normandy, daughter of William I of Normandy "the Conqueror" and Maud of Flanders, in 1081 at Chartres, France.
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 Adela of Normandy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Adela was regent for her husband during his extended absence as a leader of the First Crusade First Crusade quick summary:
The first crusade was launched in 1095 by pope urban ii to regain control of the sacred city of jerusalem and the christian holy land from muslims....
The duchy of normandy stems from the viking invasions of france in the 8th century....
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 RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Holler & Hartman Ancestors
Adela Of NORMANDY was born Abt 1062 in Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France, and died 8 Mar 1136 or 1137.
Robert I "The Magnificent" Duke Of NORMANDY was born 992 in Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France, and died 2 Jul 1035 in Nicaea, Bithynia, Turkey (On Pilgrimage To Jerusalem).
Walter Of FALAISE was born Abt 1005 in Of, Falaise, Normandie.
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 Matilda of Flanders - Simple English Wikipedia
Matilda was the daughter of Baldwin V of Flanders and Adela of France, who was the daughter of Robert II of France.
Adela of Normandy, who was the mother of Stephen I of England
Everybody believed that this was because he was sad because Matilda had died.
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 32nd Generation (cont.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Eustace de Fiennes was born circa 1081 in Fiennes, Normandy.
Adela de Furnas was born circa 1085 in Furnas, Normandy.
Gerberge de Kinzigau, Countess of Swabia was born 952 or 968 in Schwaben, Bavaria.
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 The St. John Royal Family Lineage of Patricia Faye Alley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Matilda died in Rouen, Normandy on 10 Sep 1167, she was 65.
Matilda Of died in Caen, Normandy on 2 Nov 1083, she was 51.
Adela Of died in 1137, she was 75.
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 King Stephen
Stephen, king of England, was the third son of Stephen Henry, count of Blois and Chartres, and, through his mother Adela, a grandson of William the Conqueror.
In 1147 the situation improved for Stephen; Robert of Gloucester, the ablest of the Angevin partisans, died, and the empress left England in despair.
Soon after his return to Normandy Henry was invested by his father with the duchy (1150).
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 Genealogy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
1054–1134), Duke of Normandy, married Sybil of Conversano, daughter of Geoffrey of Conversano 2.
Known alternatively as William of Normandy, William the Conqueror and William the Bastard, he was the illegitimate and only son of Robert the Magnificent, Duke of Normandy, and Herleva, the daughter of a tanner.
William succeeded to his father's Duchy of Normandy at the young age of 7 in 1035 and was known as Duke William II of Normandy.
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 database - pafg154 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Adela (Sprota) De Breton (Brittany) [Parents] was born about 878.
Adela Of Normandy was born about 897 in Normandie, Neustria.
Princess of England Adaele (Alice) Of Normandy [Parents] was born about 1062 in Of, Normandy (France).
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 Surname Origins   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Emma was the daughter of Richard 1st, Duke of Normandy, born 986.
The traffic between Normandy and England was reasonably heavy, Normans returned briefly to their own or family domains with their war chests, greeted their wives and families, usually leaving their eldest sons to run the family domains in England or sometimes reversing the procedure, depending on the size of the spoils acquired in England.
Anyway, Urban, Duke Robert of Normandy and his kinsman Robert Count of Flanders had received a very urgent appeal in 1093 from the Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comenus for help in quelling the Seljuk Turks and "retrieving the holy relics from Jerusalem" the latter an obvious appeal to the Pope.
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 32nd Generation (cont.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Ebria Trivers was born circa 1051 in Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland County, England.
Ermentrude de Bourgogne "Ermenson" was born circa 1055 in Normandy.
Hodierne de Gometz la Ferte was born 1014 in Normandy, France.
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 BEAUMONT FAMILY GENEALOGY - Life is the Past Lane
The duchy of Normandy was originated from the county of Rouen, which was given to the Viking chieftain Rollo as a French fief from the king Charles the Simple, 0911.
This Manor of Bellomont was in the Department of Eure in Normandy.
Pierre, Pont Audemer, Normandy, France [occ: Seignior of Beaumont, Seignior of Pontaudemer, Seignior of Brionne, Seignior of Vatteville ] was left in Normandy 1066 as chief adviser to Duchess MATILDA, became a monk 1094/5, md.
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 Section P: Descendants of Halfdan the Old
Duke of Normandy 1035-1087, and King of England 1066-1087.
and Adela, was born circa 1030 in Normandy, and died between 1070 and 1140.
, was born circa 1054 in Normandy, and died in England.
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 File 84: Ancestors of Paul Bailey MCBRIDE
Adelais (Judith) of Normandy Princess of Normandy (0990-1037) [Pedigree]
Daughter of Richard II "the Good" of Normandy 4th Duke of Normandy (958-1026) and Judith of Brittany (-1017)
Daughter of William I of Poitou (III of Aquitaine) Count of Poitou Duke of Aquitaine (925-963) and Adela of Normandy Princess of Normandy (897-0962)
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 Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Rollo, the Dane, was a Viking pirate that was banished from Norway byhis father; and captured Bayeux in 890.
Adele (Gerloc), Princess of NORMANDY [Countess of Poitiers] b: ABT 0910/0917 in Normandy,France
Marriage 2 Gisela (Gisele) of the Franks [Duchess of Normandy] b: ABT 0895 in of Normandy,France
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 William I The Conqueror NORMANDY - Ancestor of Wayne Bower or Laurie McBurney
William I The Conqueror NORMANDY - Ancestor of Wayne Bower or Laurie McBurney
William of the House of Normandy; The first Norman King; On 28 Sep 1066 William secured the sanction of Pope Alexander II for a Norman invasion of England.
William was the illegitimate son of Robert I, duke of Normandy and Arletta, a tanner's daughter.
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 Welcome to WWW.BeMentFamily.Com
Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplands of Norway) was born 1052 in Normandy, France, and died 10 Feb 1133/34 in Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales.
Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplands of Norway) was born 1062 in Normandy, France, and died 8 Mar 1134/35 in Marsilly, France.
Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplands of Norway) was born Sep 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, and died 1 Dec 1135 in Rouen, Normandy, France.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 92
Mathilda of Normandy (?) married Eudes II of Blois, son of Count Eudes I of Blois and Bertha of Burgundy, between 1003 and 1004.
Adela of Normandy was also styled Gerloc (?).
She was born circa 920 at of Normandy, France.
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 Clan Maitland Pt 4/TITLE
Adelais (Judith), Princess Of Normandy (9HML-KP) Born: Abt 0990 Normandy, France Died: 7 Or 27 Jul Aft, France Married: Renaud I Count Palatine Of Burgundy (9HML-JJ) Abt 1011 1/2.
Richard III Duke Of Normandy (9R45-2B) Born: Abt 0997 Normandy, France Died: 6 Aug 1028 Married: (1) Mrs-Richard-III, Concubine 1 Of Normandy (9GB5-RX) Abt 1016 (2) Adele (Alix) Princess Of France (9HMQ-FK) Jan 1026/1027 (3) Mrs-Richard-III, Concubine 2 Of Normandy (9GB5-T9) Married: Mrs-Richard-III, Concubine 3 Of Normandy (9485-Z3) 1/3.
Eleanore Princess Of Normandy (9R45-61) Born: Abt 1005 Normandy, France Married: Baudouin IV "Barbatus", Count Of Flanders (9R45-CV) 1/6.
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 I1160: William the Conqueror King of England of NORMANDY (14 Oct 1027 - 9 Sep 1087)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
_William I "Longsword" Duke of NORMANDY _+ _Richard I "The Fearless" Duke of NORMANDY __________________________________________ _Richard II Duke of NORMANDY __
_Gunnor Duchess of Normandy de CREPON _______________________________________________ _Robert I ("the Magnificent"), Duke of NORMANDY _
Warren in Normandy and later Earl of Surrey in England.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Anselm
At one time he was fainting with hunger and was fain to refresh his strength with snow, when the servant found that some bread was still left in the baggage, and Anselm regained strength and continued the journey.
It does not appear that the English King was a partisan of the Antipope, but he wished to strengthen his own position by asserting his right to decide between the rival claimants.
He turned aside to visit her and on her recovery informed her that he was returning to England to excommunicate her brother.
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 Week3_T
When William I died in 1087, his kingdom was split between his two eldest sons.
Because the barons of the land wanted to be ruled by neither the infant Henry or his mother Matilde, they supported stephen (grandson of William the Conqueror) as king of england.
Henry now controlled and united Anjou, Normandy, and the Aquitaine, enabling him to fight and conquer the incompetent Stephen for the throne of England.
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 My Family
Parents: Richard II NORMANDY -Duke and Duchess Judith RENNES.
Parents: Duke Richard I NORMANDY and Gonnora DE CREPON.
Parents: Richard III NORMANDY and Adele\Adela FRANCE -Princess.
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 Ancestors of Lazurus Long & Lilieb555 - with connections to others peoples work
Etienne Henri II Le Sage BLOIS and Princess Of Adela DE NORMANDY were married in 1080 in, Breteuil, Eure, France.
Spouse: Princess Of Adela DE Count Of Blois Stephen II Henry Of BLOIS and Princess Of Adela DE NORMANDY were married in 1081 in Chartres.
King Of Etienne Stephen ENGLAND, Guillaume De De Sully BLOIS, Duke Of Normandy* Theobald IV Of BLOIS, Eleonore Of BLOIS.
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