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201 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Wulfhild Princess of England (I4843)
 
202 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Athelling, Eadgar (I4844)
 
203 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Mercia, Edric Earl of [Streora] (I4846)
 
204 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Scotland, Alexander I King of (I5682)
 
205 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Edward Prince of Scotland (I5959)
 
206 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Scotland, Edmund Prince of (I5960)
 
207 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Scotland, Ethelred Prince of (I5961)
 
208 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Scotland, Edgar King of (I5962)
 
209 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Scotland, Mary Princess of (I5965)
 
210 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Atholl, Melmare Earl of [Prince/Scotland (I5970)
 
211 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 also Known as "le DEBONNAIRE"
As a child, in 781, he was crowned King of Aquitaine. His father planned to divide the empire among his three sons, but on account of the death of the othe two, Louis became successor in the empire, his nephew Bernard, son of Pepin, becoming King of Italy. Louis was crowned Emperor by his father at Aachen in 813. Three years later he was crowned a second time by Pope Stephen IV at Reims. His tastes were ecclesiastical rather than military, and he earned the surname Pious through his liberality to the church and for his attempt to refor and purify monastic life. Soon after his coronation he arranged for a division of the empire among his three sons, but he later married a second time and included Charles, a son by that marriage, in a new arrangement. The remainder of his reign was marked by a series of revolts on the part of the elder sons. At times they fought among themselves, at times against their father, and on tw occasions practically deposed him. With the death of Pepin, the empire was divided among the other three, including Charles.
!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 30/31.
Known by Many different titles: King of France, King of Germany, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.... 
The West, Louis I Emperor of [The Pious] (I4741)
 
212 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Anglo-Saxon King of England from 978-1016. The fact that he was called "the Unready" does not imply that
he lacked energy or resource, but is a corruption of the Old English unraed, "bad Councel", which is in reference to his misfortunes, or that he lacked counsel. Indeed, throughout
his reign he displayed considerable vigor but it was generally misdirected.
For he was impulsive, passionate, cruel, apt to lean on favorites and guided by motives of temporary expediency. Ethelred's reign was marked by bitter military struggles. A worthless favorite, named Aethelsine, appears to have exercised considerable influence over the young King and to have led him to commit and to sanction many acts of oppression. After negotiating a treaty with Richard II, duke of Normandy (d. 1026), Ethelred married Richard's sister Emma (d. 1052). This marriage provided the basis for the subsequent Norman claim to the English throne. Although Ethelred paid tribute to the plundering Danes, Sweyn I (the Forkbeard), King of Denmark, invaded England in 1013 and proclaimed himself king. The invasion of the Danes became more pronounced during Aethelred's reign, and he was oblige to bribe the Danes. In 1014 Ethelred fled to Normandy but returned a few months later upon Sweyn's death. Sweyn's son and successor, Canute II, invaded the country a year later and, following Ethelred's death, became king of England. Aethelred also required that each shire in England should contribute to the fleet of the realm for the purpose of holding off the invaders. This act established a precedent among the English Kings. 
England, Ethelred II King of [The Unready] (I4276)
 
213 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Called Ceannmor or Canmore, succeeded to the throne of Scotland by the defeat of Macbeth in 1054. During his reign he carried on almost constant warfare, most of which was successful. He gave support to his brother-in-law, Eadgar Atheling, in fighting William the Conqueror in Northumbria. In 1072 William invaded Scotland and succeeded in a temporary conquest of the country, returnin to England after Malcolm did homage. Later, in 1091, Malcolm raided Northern England, in return for which William Rufus invaded Scotland and once more Malcolm did homage. In 1092, when in Gloucester, England, he declined to do homage and returned to Scotland in anger. He invaded Northumberland in 1093, but was ambuscaded near the Castle of Alnwick and slain.
!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 21.

The Descent from Adam, of the Royal Family of England. by O'Keeffe. 
Scotland, Malcolm III King of [MacDuncan] (I4106)
 
214 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Count of Flanders from 965 to 988; Also spelled Arnoul.
Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-34. 
Flanders, Arnulf (Arnold) II Count of [Count/Artois] (I4399)
 
215 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 French history makes him Count of Flanders from 964 to 968, but according to George's "Genealogical Tables" he died in 962. Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call. Or died 1 Nov? Flanders, Baldwin III Count of [Count/Artois] (I4397)
 
216 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He became Kin on the death of his half-brother, Ethelstan, on 27 Oct 940. Edmund tried to conquer the north of England. At home his civil administration appears to have been marked by efforts to enforce order. His secular laws refer to his efforts to prevent robberies and contain provisions rendering a person quilty of murder responsible for his own act rather than holding his whole family responsible, a clan-law had it. Edmund was slain in battle by a certain Liofa, who was himsel slain by the King's men. After Edmund's death he was hallowed as a saint and miracles were worked at his tomb.
Md. 2) Ethelfleda, Queen of England.

Also Known os the "The Magnificent" 
England, Edmund I King of [The Elder] (I4208)
 
217 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He had at least three other concubines and wife Emma, Dutchess of Normandy. Normandy, Richard I Duke of [The Fearless] (I4244)
 
218 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was Count of Flanders from 879 to 918.
Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call. 
Baldwin (Baudouin) II [Count/Flanders] (I4635)
 
219 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was Count of Flanders from 918 to 965. Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-37.
Also known a Arnold I, Count of Flander " the Old" 
Flanders, Arnulf (Arnoul) Count of [Count/Artios] (I4634)
 
220 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was incorrectly called Pepin of Heristal or Herstal. About 678 he led the nobles o Austrasia against Ebroin, Mayor of the palace, and Neustria. His victory at th battle of Tertry in 687 marked the downfall of the Merovingians, although they still held the title of kings. He ruled under four of them. He fought the Frisians and after defeating their duke, Radbod, brought them within the Christian church. He likewise defended his frontiers against the Bavarians and Alammani. He also had at least one concubine.
Tab, Gen Souv, France 22, Tab III Keiser Und Koenig Hist.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 701.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 30, # 29. 
Heristal, Pepin II D' [Mayor/Palace] (I4694)
 
221 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was mayor of the palace of Austrasia from 632 to 638. Name also spelled Ansigise. Tab. Gene Souv France 22, Tab III: Italy and her Invaders.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 701.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 30, # 29.
There are several different spellings of the Name for this person. 
Brabant, Ansigise (Ansegisal) Duke of [Mayor/Palace] (I4695)
 
222 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was murdered in childhood. Scotland, Malcolm IV King of [Prince/Scotland (I4818)
 
223 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 He was one of the Chieftains of Edward the Elder (his son-in-law). Ethelhelm (I4406)
 
224 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 In the early part of his reign, invaded Northern Italy, putting an end to the Lombard kingdom. From 774 to 799 he was at war with the Saxons, at that time a heathen race east of the Rhine. In 785, Widukind, Saxon leader, submitted and was baptized a Christian, but resistance continued in the outlying portions of the region. Bavaria was next annexed and this brought Charlemagne in conflict with the Avars whose Khan became a Christian in 805. Expeditions were also sent against the Arabs of North Spain. In 800, while in Rome, Charlemagne was crowned Emperor by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day, thus reviving the Roman Empire. After a naval war in the Adriatic, in which he surrendered some disputed territory, Charlemagne was saluted by the Greek envoys as Basileus, th equality of the two empires being thus recognized. The reign of Charlemagne witnessed a revival of arts and letters, a revision of Frankish law and the writing of the laws of Saxons, Thuringians, and Frisians.
!Md. 1) Himiltrude; 3) Desiderata; 6) Mathalgard; 7) Gerswind; 8) Regina; 9-12? 13) Concubine Adelheid; 14) Concubine Galiena. Tab Gen Sour, France 22, Tab II Die Nachkommen Karls des Grossen, Germ Pub Bt. VII p. 3.
Also Maried to a Hermengrade-Mar. 700 other dates and places unknown.

Ancestry and Progeny og Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 36, # 26.
Also known as Carolus Magus and Charles I, " The Great". 
The West, Charlemagne Emperor of [King/Franks] (I4745)
 
225 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of Dalriad Scots was slain in battle with the Picts.
Burke's Peerage 99th Edition $942 D22bup, Prefix p. 285-6; Dictionary of National Biography #929.042 D561n Vol. 30 p. 437-8; A Vindication of Macbeth #929.2706 M288c Vol. 14; Encyclopedia Britannica 1964 Edition #032En196 Vol. 13 p. 324; Also searched without positive results-Scot Perrage, the Complete Peerage, Royal Daughters of England, and Queens of Scotland and English Princes
See Lines of Adam, Page three.

The Royal Line Chart, New York Stake Genealogical Board, Centenial Exhibition - March 1936 
Scotland, Alpin King of [Kg/Argyllshire] (I4738)
 
226 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of Kent, Essex and Sussex. Athelstan Prince of Wessex (I4806)
 
227 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of Scotland or Alba. He began his reign in 863, succeeding his uncle Donald, brother of Kenneth I. The kingdom included the region north of the Fourth and Clyde, which was the country that suffered from attacks by the Norsemen. Olaf the White, Norse King of Dublin, occupied what had been the country of the Pict in 865 and his son Thorstein attacked the northern districts. Further south, Halfdane ravaged the country and still other leaders took their place when they were defeated. Constantine was slain while fighting them in the parish of Forgan in Fife.
Royal Daughters of Eng; Queens of Scotland and English Princes.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 21.

The Descent from Adam, of the Royal Family of England. by O'Keeffe. 
Scotland, Constantine I King of (I4663)
 
228 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of the West Saxons and Kentishmen, it was said that Ethelwulf was Bishop of Winchester and it was known that he was educated there. In 825 his father sent him to gai the Kingdom of Kent by war, and Ethelwulf soon subdued this region and placed i under his father's rule. Like his father, Ethelwulf had to fight off the invasion of the Scandinavians. His success against them was not as great as hi father's, for Ethelwulf lacked the power and the energy to conduct long wars. When the Danes invaded London, in 842, he did little to stop them. The invasio of the Norsemen encouraged the Welsh to rise against their conqueror in 853, bu they were soon defeated by Ethelwulf's trusted followers. Soon afterward he defeated the Norsemen at Ockley. To celebrate his victory, Ethelwulf decided t go on a pilgrimage to Rome. In 855 he left England and at first went to the Court of Charles the Bald, King of the Franks, who received him with many honors. At Rome he was received by Pope Leo IV. He made a large number of valuable offerings to the Pope and promised a yearly payment to the See of Rome which is said to have been the origin of Peter's Pence. Returning to England b way of France, he was married to his second wife by the famous bishop-historian Hincmar of Rheims, and he died two years after his pilgrimage.
Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call. charts 505, 605, and 613.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-35.
King of England 839 - 856. 
Wessex, Ethelwulf King of (I4770)
 
229 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of the West Saxons. After about three years in exile in France, during which he resided with Charlemagne, King of the Franks, Egbert returned to England in 802 to ascend the West Saxon throne. Soon afterward he held a "parliament" at Winchester, in which he ordered that his kingdom should be changed to that of England.
Egbert spent a large part of his life in war. He conquered the West Welsh or the area known as Cornwall, subdued the people of Surrey, Sussex and Essex, and in 829 marched against Northumbria and Mercia. Though Egbert had succeeded in uniting a large part of England under his control, he was not King of England, for the idea of a territorial kingship belongs to a later period.
There are still extant coins struck by Egbert, though these are now rare. H was on friendly terms with the Archbishop of Canterbury and with other bishops of England. In 834 his dominions were invaded by Scandinavian pirates and in 837 he fought a fierce battle against them in Hengestdune. When he died in 839 after a reign of thirty-seven years, he was succeeded by his son, Aethelwulf.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, chart 605.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-34.
King of Wesex 802 - 827.
King of England 827 - 839. 
Wessex, Egbert King of [King/England] (I3984)
 
230 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Md 2) abt 1051 to Eustace II, Count of Boulogne. England, Goda (Godgifu) Princess of (I4410)
 
231 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call. Italy, Lothaire I King of (I4550)
 
232 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Saxon King of the English (1016). In 1015 Eadmund desired to marry Ealdgyth, the widow of a
Danish Earl named Sigeferth. His father did not want him to make this marriage with a Danish woman, but Eadmund married Ealdgyth none-the-less. This angered Cnut, a Danish leader, and he made war on Eadmund. This war between Cnut and Eadmund lasted over a year until the latter's death. Some authorities state that Eadmund was slain by Cnut's men, while others claim that he died a natural death. Edmund was chosen king by the people of London, but Canute II, King of Denmark, who was leading an invasion of England, secured the support of the council (witenagemot) at Southampton and of Edric (d. 1017), Ethelred's son-in-law. Edmund met the Danes in battle, winning several engagements and relieving Canute's siege of London. He was defeated at Assandun (now Ashington), however, through the treachery of Edric, who had pretended to desert Canute. A truce was arranged between Canute and Edmund; Edmund was permitted to rule the south of England until his death later in the year, when it reverted to Canute.
This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
II /KING OF ENGLAND/ (AFN:GS4H-LP) and Alfgifu Or A // (AFN:GS4H-MV) 
England, Edmund II King of "Ironside" (I4408)
 
233 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Saxon King of the English. During the rule of his brother, King Edwy, Edgar was chosen by the Mericians and Northumbrians to be their sovereign. One of his first acts was to recall the monastic reformer St. Dunstan, whom Edwy had exiled; Edgar subsequently made Dunstan bishop of Worcester and London and archbishop of Canterbury. In 959 at the age of sixteen years he succeeded his brother
Eadwig as King of the West Saxons and the entire English Kingdom. His reign was not eventful, though it was a
period of national consolidation, peace and orderly government; reformation of the clergy, improvement of the judiciary system, and formation of a fleet to defend the coast against the Scandinavian Vikings.
Eadgar did not interfere with the Danish districts in England, but granted them self-government in their districts. This conciliatory policy met with signal success, and the Danish population lived peacefully under his supremacy. He made alliance with Otto I, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, and received many gifts from him. His fame had spread abroad and he was respected by the Kings on the continent. Or died in 1016? 
England, Edgar King of [The Peacable] (I2351)
 
234 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 She died unmarried. Claricia Princess of Scotland (I4819)
 
235 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 She was a nun. England, Elfleda Princess of (I4831)
 
236 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 She was a nun. England, Ethelhilda Princess of (I4832)
 
237 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 She was a nun. England, Edburh Prince of (I4909)
 
238 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 She was the widow of a Danish Earl named Sigeferth. England, Eldgyth (Algitha), Queen of (I4413)
 
239 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Succeeded his father in Neustria, the western part of the kingdom, while his brother, Carloman, held the eastern part. They both kept the time of mayor of the palace, and were the actual rulers of the country. They appointed Childeric III, probably a Merovingian, as king, but presided over tribunals, convoked councils of the church, and made war themselves. Carloman abdicated and retire to a monastery in 747. Pepin was thus sole master of both Austrasia and Neustria, and after consulting Pope Zacharias took the title of king. He was crowned by St. Boniface in 751 and later was recrowned by Pope Stephen II, who also made him a Patrician of Rome. In return for these favors Pepin made two expeditions against the Lombards. He took the exarchate of Ravenna from them and conferred it on the Pope. This marked the beginning of the Papal States. After an eight year war he occupied Aquitaine.
!Md. 1) Leuthergis, a concubine.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 602

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-30. 
Franks, Pepin III King of [The Short] (I4752)
 
240 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 There are several different spelling for this person's name.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-36. 
Ethelgiva (Edgina) (Ethelgifu) [Prs/England] (I4828)
 
241 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 There are several different spellings of this person's name.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-35 and E-31. 
Elfridam (Elstrude) (Aethelryth) [Cts/Flanders] (I4636)
 
242 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Was King of Wessex 858 - 860. Wessex, Ethelbald King of (I4805)
 
243 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Was King of Wessex 860 - 865 Wessex, Ethelbert King of (I4804)
 
244 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Was King of Wessex 865 - 871. Wessex, Ethelred I King of (I4955)
 
245 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Widow of Thorfinn Sigurdson, Earl of Orkney. ARNESON, Ingebiorge (Ingibjorg) [Queen/Scotland] (I4813)
 
246 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2.

Ancestry and Progeny og Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 36, # 26. 
Hildegarde of Swabia [Emps/The West] (I4744)
 
247 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2. He was Earl of Warren and Surrey.
This individual has the following other parents in the Ancestral File:
G /PLANTAGENET/ (AFN:8WKK-1D) and // (AFN:9FV0-9F)
or // (AFN:9FV0-6W)

or Matilda M /ENGLAND/ (AFN:9FM0-NL) 
Plantagenet, Hameline (I4809)
 
248 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2. Or died 13 Dec? Of Ivrea. Italy, Susanne (Rosala) Princess of [Cts/Flanders] (I4396)
 
249 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2; Ancestors of the Plantagenet Kings from the House of Anjou.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 29.
Duke of Normandy 
Plantagenet, Geoffrey V [Count/Anjou] (I3908)
 
250 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2; Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call. He was Count of Flanders fro 1036 to 1067.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-37. 
Baudouin V (Baldwin) Count/Flanders (I4401)
 

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