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2651 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Castine death records state he was age 53 when he died in 1896 and that he
was a sailor.} 
Conner, Joseph L. (I2618)
2652 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Data from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:
Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.42.} Ivrea is episcopal see of Piedmont and is 27 miles
NNE of Turin. It was a duchy and then a marquisate in the middle ages.
Cf. "Voorouders in de Middeleeuen," Leo Lindemans, pp. 74, 76. 
Anscarius, Marquis ofIvrea (I1683)
2653 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Donna Hoffman of Bucksport, ME states Elizabeth "Betsy" was b. 15 Sept 1767
in Old York, ME and d. ca. 1790 probably at Scituate, MA.} Bethiah, wife of
Josiah Webster, d. 7 Feb 1873 at age 93, is buried in the Dunbar-Conner
Cemetery, Penobscot, and may be a daughter of Elizabeth and David Dunbar. 
Elms, Elizabeth (I1963)
2654 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Either Isabel - this person or her husband's grandmother - are supposed to
be daughter of King William the Lion of Scotland - per Carr P. Collins,
"Royal Ancestors...", p. 226. But see comment for the other Isabel, ID6004
- this is the line accepted by AEM. "The Bruce Journal," I:1, p. 10 agrees
with the line shown here, and states that Isabel was co-heir with her
brother, John the Scot, Earl of Chester.} 
Huntingdon, Isabel of (I1010)
2655 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1956 Ed., 20:33 states:} Ludolph (Liudolf) was
appointed about 850 by King Louis "the German" as margrave to defend the
`Limes Saxoniae' (a narrow strip of land on the eastern frontier) against
the Slavs. Ludolph vigorously fought the Slavs and extended the frontier
and his own influence. {-This source states he died in 866.} He was
succeeded by his son Bruno who was killed fighting the Normans in 880; the
second son, Otto the Illustrious, then succeeded and was recognized Duke of
Saxony by King Conrad I. 
Ludolph Duke of Saxony (I1719)
2656 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Identified in "Falaise Roll," M.J.Crispin, 1938, p. 101.} 
Montgomery, Hugh de (I1379)
2657 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Identified in "Falaise Roll...," table 13 - see reference under ID3229 -
table V shows his wife as Gonnor, a granddaughter of Richard I, Duke of
Normandy, via an unknown daughter who is perhaps wife of Baldric the
Teuton.} Gilbert was from Colleville near Bayeux; he held lands in Suffolk
in 1086 (Domesday) and the English barons of Colville descend from him. Also
see a discussion of the surname, etc. in Appendices 16-18 of the 1994 edition
of "Falaise Roll" (Baltimore: Gen. Pub. Co.), p. 136ff. 
Crispin, Gilbert I (I1256)
2658 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Identified in "The Plantagenet Ancestry," W.H.Turton
Obotrites, Estrid of The (I1329)
2659 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Identified with spouse, etc. by Collins, "Royal Ancestors...," pp.
Connaught, Beavionn of West (I1411)
2660 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Kraentzler,op.cit.,p.285,states that he is brother of Bishop Chropegang
von Metz (742-66), and son of Sigram in Haspengau, Count, and
Ingeramun Count of Hasbaye (I1870)
2661 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Lillian Etters via Prodigy 4/91 states some Belgian records give him as
Ogier or Odacre von Laon, Conte Harlebec, who married the daughter of
Anselme de St. Paul and de St. Omer. He is son of Ingelram, Comte de
Harlebec, died 877/9, envoy to the Gauls of King Charles II; Ingelram is
son of Liedereck or Lyderic de Harlbec "the Forrester of Lotharn" who made
him a count for coming to his aid in a fight; he m. Fladrine, a German
woman. Liedereck's father is not known, but Liederick's grandfather is
Lideric a Forrester in Ardennen/Flanders, first Count, who died in 648 and
m. in 641 Rotilde, daughter of Dagobert I and Nautilde. AEM takes this
line with a grain of salt.} 
Anchar (I1796)
2662 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from "The Plantagenet Ancestry," W.H.Turton (Balt.: Gen.Pub.Co., 1968),
Gros, Arnold Le (I1667)
2663 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from "The Plantagenet Ancestry,"W.H.Turton
(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.88. Thurston is also identified as
Montfort, Thurston (Toussaint) de (I1669)
2664 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry"
(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,19568), p. 77.} 
Gwyn King of Gwent (I1516)
2665 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry"
Beaumont, Yvres of (I1670)
2666 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry"
Bonifacio, Margrave of Tuscany I (I1589)
2667 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from W.H.Turton,"The Plantagenet
Baudouin, Count of Boulogne II (I1332)
2668 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Line from W.H.Turton,"The Plantagenet
Ancestry"(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.181.} Hughes II married Ava _________. 
Hugues, Count of Tours,Governor of Alsace II (I1825)
2669 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Mother could be ID4155 OR ID1754.} 
Pontaudemer, Josceline (I1380)
2670 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Parents from "The Plantagenet Ancestry," W.H. Turton
Normandy, Beatrice of (I1179)
2671 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Possibly same person as brother of similar name and title, despite
differing death dates in this database.} Adelbert married Gerlinde _______.
He is brother of St. Odile, patron saint of Alsace (d. 12-05-720), said to be
born blind and cast out for this reason by her family, adopted by a convent
where she miraculously recovered her sight - eventually becoming abbess and
foundress of Hohenburg and of Niedermunster (both under the Benedictine rule). 
Adelbert Duke of Alsace (I1877)
2672 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Ref. "Falaise Roll...," M. Jackson Crispin & Leonce Macary (London: Butler
& Tanner, 1938, Table XIII).} Leofric founded the Church of Coventry and
was regarded "thegn" (Thane) from 1005 and "dux" (Duke) from 1026; Earl of
Mercia by 1032. He was "very old" at death. He was fourth child of his
Leofric, Earl of Mercia III (I1211)
2673 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Ref. Encycl. Britannica, 1956 Ed., 14:413f.:} "Louis may truly be called
the founder of the German kingdom, though his attempts to maintain the
unity of the Empire proved futile. ...He lived in close alliance with the
Church, to which he was very generous, and supported its missionary
Louis King of East Franks (I1840)
2674 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{ref. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1956 Edition, 5:214 & 3:738:} Theobald took
the title of Count about 940 and founded the House of Blois. His nickname
means "the Cheat." "Ancestral Roots..." (Balt., 1992) 49-19 states he d.
Theobald, Count of Blois, "le Tricheur" I (I1739)
2675 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Ref: "Falaise Roll...", M. Jackson Crispin & Leonce Macary (London: Butler &
Tanner, 1938), Tables III & IV.} 
de Conteville, Herlouin (De Burgo) (I1378)
2676 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{See Comments for ID 1646} Eric reigned 850-882. 
Edmundson, King of Sweden Eric (I1620)
2677 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{See comments for ID3241.} 
Sprota (I1337)
2678 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{See Crispin, "Falaise Roll" (London, 1938), pp.186-87.} She m. (2) 988
Robert II of France (repudiated). 
Rosele (I1403)
2679 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{See discussion in "Ancestral Roots..." (Balt., 1992) 121E-18.} 
Valois, Lady Poppa de (I1441)
2680 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Son of Gillocher. Line from Carr P. Collins, "Royal Ancestors of Magna
Carta Barons" (Dallas: 1959), p. 177.} 
Gylocher, Earl of Mar Morgund Mac (I1031)
2681 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{Suggested as parent(s) of Ermengaud, Count d'Alby, by W.H.Turton, "The
Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.46 - Raymonde II m.
de Rouerge, Raymonde II Count (I1794)
2682 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{There is some doubt about her maiden name and parents.} 
Stewart, Margaret (I1003)
2683 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{This legendary line is from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry"
(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968), p.77.} 
Rhys King of Gwent (I1860)
2684 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{This line from "Royal Ancestors of Sixty New England Colonists," Frederick
L. Weis, Lancaster, Mass., 1950, pp. 44 & 139. The 7th edition of this book
in 1992 casts doubt on this marriage and states "It is probable that Llywarch
was son of another woman." However, Trahaern is his father.} 
Arwystli, Trahaern of Prince\northWales (I1103)
2685 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{This line is from W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:Gen. Pub.
Co., 1968, p. 91.} 
Yreichfras, Carader (I1693)
2686 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{This line is presented differently in W.H.Turton,"The Plantagenet
Ancestry"(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.181,q.v.} Luitride II m. Hiltrude _____. 
Luitfride, Count of Alsace II (I1773)
2687 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{This line of descent to Matilda d'Avranches who m. Ranulf, Viscount of
Bayeux, is from "Falaise Roll...," M. Jackson Crispin & Leonce Macary
(London: Butler & Tanner, 1938, Table III).} 
Maer, "natural son" Hrollager of (I1800)
2688 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{W.H.Turton has his ancestry in "The Plantagenet Ancestry," p. 26, but it
does not seem reliable.} His wife is Asloga. 
Denmark, Ragnar of (I1862)
2689 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{W.H.Turton Identifies her as Mildegarde de Gand, dau. of Wichmann, Count
of Gand (d. ca. 949) - "The Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,
1968), p. 20.} 
Hildegard of Flanders (I1533)
2690 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:Gen. Pub. Co., 1968), p. 23
& 181, titles him Guelph III, Count of Andech, and has him son of Guelph,
Guelph, Count of Altdorf I (I1828)
2691 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{W.H.Turton, "The Plantagenet Ancestry" (Balt.:Gen. Pub. Co., 1968), p. 26,
gives Sviastoslav as son of Igor of Kiev (d. 945) and Olga (d. 969), and
Igor as son of Rurik of Kiev (d. 879).} He was the first prince of Kiev to
attempt conquest beyond Russia proper, invading Bulgaria and taking Preslav
in 968; he was forced to withdraw in 972 and was killed in a battle with the
Petchenegs (employed by the Byzantines to attack him). 
Sviastoslav, Grand Duke of Kiev I (I1427)
2692 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{W.H.Turton,"The Plantagenet Ancestry," (Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.6, gives
the daughter of Eystein Glumra as wife of Ivar, Earl of the Uplands, son
of Halfdan the Old.} 
dau. of Eystein Glumra (I1777)
2693 [dunbar_tree.FTW]

{William's parents given in "The Bruce Journal," Vol. 1, No. 4, p. 47; Vol.
1, No. 1, p. 10 states that William is buried in Gisburne Abbey.} 
Bruce, Baron of Annandale William (I1021)

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