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1 ! Christened date may be 12 Dec 1787. Worthington, George (I13573)
 
2 ! Husbandman
Sedgebrook Bishop's Transcripts missing 1565-1585 & 1640-1665
1988 IGI Lincolnshire, England
Sedgebrook Bishop transcripts (FHL #504,755)
Lincoln Cosistory Court Wills (FHL#198,850) pg 570 Husband
Sedgebrook Marriages (Lincolnshire Parish Registers (FHL #942.53 K29L V.2) 
Fox, George (I13546)
 
3 ! Lived when Christ was Born.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-20. 
Loach of Picts (I6446)
 
4 ! Name: Edward aka Edmund
Note: Johanna Reogerson is Edward's "probable" wife 
Harston, Edward (I13419)
 
5 ! Reigned when Christ was Born.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-20.

The Descent from Adam of the Royal Family of England. 
Ireland, Feredach Fionn Feachtnach King of [The True] (I6443)
 
6 ! WD 15 Jul 1595
Sedgebrook Bishop Transcripts (FHL #504,775)
Sedgebrook Marriages (FHL #942.43 K29L V.2)
Sedgebrook Bishop Transcripts LDS Parish Printout (FHL #883,627)
1988 IGI Lincolnshire, England
Sedgebrook Parish Register Extracts (1559-1570) (FHL #094,053)
Lincoln Cosistory Court Wills (FHL#198,853) Husband (1595)
Lincoln Cosistory Court Wills (FHL #198,881) Ch#3 (1626) 
Bannester, Gabriel (I13538)
 
7 ! WD 20 Apr 1626 Bannester, Elizabeth (I13522)
 
8 !1988 IGI
Parish Reg. Leigh, Lancashire, England (FHL #559188)
Parish Reg. Eccles, Lancashire, England (FHL #1545486)

There may be another child - John Kilner who died 26 Jun 1784, Eccles,
Lancashire, England. This also may be a grandson. 
Kilner, John (I13100)
 
9 !1988 IGI Parr, Robert (I13810)
 
10 !1988 IGI Lincolnshire, England
Sedgebrook Bisho Transcripts (FHL #504,755)
Consistooryf Court of Lincoln Wills (FHL #198m881) 1626 of Wife
Sedgebrook Marriages in Lincolnshire Parish Registers (FHL #942.53 K29L V.2)
Husband and Wife
LDS Parish Printouts of Sedgebrook Bisho transcripts (FHL #883,627)
Sedgebrook Christenings missing 1564-1585 
Childe, William (I13521)
 
11 !1988 IGI Lincolnshire, England
Sedgebrook Bishop Transcripts (FHL #504,755)
Lincoln Cosistory Court Wills (FHL #198,850) 1591 Will of George Fox, father
of Husband 
Fox, John The Younger (I13532)
 
12 !2nd Wife

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-20.

The Descent from Adam of the Royal Family of England. 
Eartham Carduff [Prs/Britain] (I5172)
 
13 !Also Eadric or Eadward. Edulph (I2231)
 
14 !Also known as Gerold I or Childebrand.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michel L. Call, Chart 602 - # 10.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-36. 
Geroud (Godfray) of Swabia [Duke/Count of] (I4742)
 
15 !Also known as St. Lieven.

GEN: Sainte
GEN: Lievin=Leutwinus
GEN: de Treves 
Leutwinus Bishop of Treves (I4305)
 
16 !Also of Bourgogne, France. Macon, Beatrice DE [Cts/Gastinois] (I4389)
 
17 !also of Reimes.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 407 
Roucy, Hermentrude DE [Countess/Macon] (I4251)
 
18 !Also Queen of Sweden. Md. 2) Sevend I, King of Denmark. Denmark, Sigrid Queen of [The Proud] (I4441)
 
19 !Also spelled Ebles or Elbes

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 436

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, F.G.sheet # 453. 
Roucy, Eblo Count of (I4539)
 
20 !Also spelled Herlena or Aslotte. Aunon, Gunnora D' (I4183)
 
21 !Also spelled Sibyl or Sybil.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, Chart 316 - # 11. 
D'Anjou, Sibilla [Cts/Flanders] (I4169)
 
22 !Also spelled Yaroslav. Kiev, Jaroslav I Grand Duke of (I4444)
 
23 !Ancestry of the Plantagenet Kings from the House of Anjou.

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 448 - # 16 
Vexin, Gautier II Count of (I4602)
 
24 !Ancestry of the Plantagenet Kings from the House of Anjou. I, Gautier Count/Vexin (I4607)
 
25 !And/or married to Herlena or Aslotte? Brionne, GILBERT "Crispin" DE [Count/Eu] (I4100)
 
26 !Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles, Eng 104 p. 255; The Royal Line of Succession A16A225, p. 5; Keiser und Koenig Hist. Gene Hist 25 pt. 1 p. 93. Brand (I4339)
 
27 !Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles, Eng 104 p. 255; The Saga Library, F Ice 1, "Heimskringla" Vol. 1 p. 16, Vol. 2 p. 148; The Viking Age, Gene Hist 19 Vol 1 p. 28-68.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, chart 718.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-34. 
Wig (I5529)
 
28 !Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles, Eng 104 p. 255; The Saga Library, F Ice 1, "Heimskringla" Vol. 1 p. 16, Vol. 2 p. 148; The Viking Age, Gene Hist 19 Vol 1 p. 28-68.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, chart 718.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-34. 
Freawine (I4572)
 
29 !Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles, Eng 104 p. 255; The Saga Library, F Ice 1, "Heimskringla" Vol. 1 p. 16, Vol. 2 p. 148; The Viking Age, Gene Hist 19 Vol 1 p. 28-68.
There are several different spellings for this person's name.

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, chart 718.

Ancestry and Progentry of Captain James Blount - Immigrant, by Robert F. Pfafman, p E-34. 
Beldeg (Baeldaeg) (Balder) (I4629)
 
30 !Ann or Margaret
This was originally listed as Ann Autrey. I changed it to Ann
according to another record from Beatrice White. Not sure if
same person or not. But going with Cretney

!Beatrice has the birth date Ella Cowley submitted same names. Had
birth as about 1740.
Beatrice had death on 4 July. Ella on 9 July.

!Beatrice had X Ann Cretney * I am assuming the above is why. (Ann
Margaret)
Beatrice (on one sheet) had burial of Ann as 9 July. Christening as
Sept. So not sure of the birth date.

!Married John Kewley 
Cretney, Ann (I13322)
 
31 !Another person's genealogy has the death date as 21 May 1774
The chart for 31 May sites:
Ge. Lib. Microfilm rec. par. reg. F Isle of Man M2, F Isle of Man G1
Wills, F Isle of Man 18 pt 28-32
Submitted by Beatrice Mitchell White 
Cretney, Thomas (I13298)
 
32 !Another source gives his birth as 901

!Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 King of the Angles and Saxons. As a youth, Edward distinguished himself in his father's wars against the Danes. He was as good a soldier as his father, but not as good a scholar. His reign is marked by the widening of his kingdom and the reduction of other princes to a condition of dependence. Edward still had to do much, despite his father's previous efforts, to keep the shores of England free from invasion. He erected a long line of fortresses along the English shores to ward off the Danes. He extended the Saxon division of towns into shires in nearly all of England. In every way he advanced the dinity of the Kingship and he did away with the old custom of clan chieftains. Thus he succeeded in creating a nation out of England, an accomplishment which his predecessors had vainly attempted. Edward also did much for the church by establishing some monasteries and endowing others. Because his reign was one marked with success, Edward has been called "The Unconquered King". 
England, Edward I King of [The Elder] (I4210)
 
33 !Archive Sheets
Parish Register Eccles, Lancashire, England (FHL #942.72/E2 V2be) Vol
1,2,5,23,24,25 
Parr, Henry (I12960)
 
34 !Banks Dormant and Extinct Baronetage I or V p. 42; Roll of Battle Abbey, Dutchess Cleveland I 52; Phoenix Gene Course; History of Wales; Lloyd II 403 note 4; The Genealogist Vol. 164. Braiose, William DE (I4503)
 
35 !Bed 6 Vol. 7 p. 166 Vol. ped 12, Eng A. L. p. 517; Notts 1 vol. 7 p. 139. Chaworth, Patrick DE (I4226)
 
36 !Beds 6 Vol. 7 p. 166; Vol. 10 ped 12; Eng A. L. "Dugdale's Baronage" p. 517 Vol. 1; Notts 1 Vol. 7 p. 122, 138; Phillips "Glamorgan, Wales". Chaworth, Patrick DE (I4201)
 
37 !BIRT SOUR New York Genealogy and Biographical Record CONT Volume 35 BIRT SOUR New York Genealogy and Biographical Record CONT April 1906 BIRT SOUR New York Genealogy and Biographical Record PAGE 98 DEAT PLAC Colchester, New London County, Conn.
DEAT SOUR New York Genealogy and Biographical Record CONT April 1906 DEAT SOUR New York Genealogy and Biographical Record PAGE 98

!per Linda Gipson
1657 Wimbledon
Walled Lake, MI 48390 
Rowley, John (I8037)
 
38 !Burke's Peerage 99th Ed (#942 D22bup prefix pp. 285-6); Dict of Nat'l Biog (#920.042 D561n Vol. 15 p. 208); A Vindication of MacBeth (#929.2706 M288c p. 14); Also searched without positive results: Encyclopedia Britannica, Scots Peerage, The Complete Peerage, Royal Daugthers of Engl, and Queens of Scotland and English Princes.

!Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 died while attempting to reduce highland robber tribes. He is described as Donald VI of Scotland in the "Dictionary of National Biography", but this includes early Kings of Dalriada, who ruled there prior to the union of the Picts and Scots under Kenneth I. Dunbar, in his "Scotch Kings", seems more logical in describing him as Donald II, the first Donald being a brother of Kenneth I. The reign of Donald, lasting from 889 to 900, was a perid in which the Danes began to attempt settlements instead of ravaging the coasts. Chronicles and annals which treat early Scottish history give little regarding his reign. 
Scotland, Donald II King of (I4662)
 
39 !Christening date, burial date, etc. from Beatrice White

!Someone else had the date as 1784. Not sure where that came from.

From Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996.

BIRTH: Isle of Man site on internet says birth year is 1773. 
Karran, William (I13281)
 
40 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 601, 602,....

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, F.G.sheet # 105.

Ancestry and Progeny of Captain James Blount - Inmigrant. by Robert Ffafman p. E- 30, # 28.
Frist married Rotrou of Treves, daughter of Leutwinus, St Lievin, Bishop of Treves, who was the son of Cout Warimus and wife Kunga, sister of Bogin, Bishop of Treves. 
Austrasia, Chrotrudis (Rotrou) Duchess of (I4306)
 
41 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families, by Michael L. Call, Chart 601, 602,....

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, F.G.sheet # 413. 
Franks, Bertrada (Bertha) Queen of [of Loan] (I4748)
 
42 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

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,
Mayor of the Palace of the Merovingian King, Dagobert I of Austrasia.

Also known as Pippin von Lander. 
Palace, Pepin I Mayor of [The Elder] (I4696)
 
43 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

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,
There are several different spellings of the Name for this person. 
St. Beggue (Begga) (I4912)
 
44 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

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. 
Alpaide Or Chalpaida (I4368)
 
45 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Childebrand (I4779)
 
46 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Grimwald (I4778)
 
47 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Drogo (I4777)
 
48 !Colonial and Revolutinary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2 Plectrude (I4776)
 
49 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

!King of the West Saxons (871-99), and one of the outstanding figures of Englis History. Born in Wantage in Southern England, Alfred was the youngest of five sons of King Ethelwulf. On the death of his brother Ethelred, Alfred became king, coming to the throne during a Danish invasion. Although he succeeded in making peace with the Danes, they resumed their marauding expeditions five year later, and by early 878 they were successful almost everywhere. About Easter o 878, however, Alfred established himself at Athelney and began assembling an army. In the middle of that year he defeated the Danes and captured their stronghold, probably at present-day Edington. For the next 14 years Alfred was able to devote himself to the internal affairs of his kingdom. By 886 he had captured the city of London, and soon afterward he was recognized as the king o all England.
In 893 the Danes invaded England again, and the following four years were marked by warfare; eventually, the Danes were forced to withdraw from Alfred's domain. The only ruler to resist Danish invasions successfully, Alfred made hi kingdom the rallying point for all Saxons, thus laying the foundation for the unification of England.
Alfred was a patron of learning and did much for the education of his people
He established a court-school and invited British and foreign scholars, notabl the Welsh monk Asser (d. 909?) and the Irish-born philosopher and theologian John Scotus Erigena, to come there. Alfred translated such works as the Consolation of Philosophy by the Roman statesman and philosopher Boethius, The History of the World by the Spanish priest Paulus Orosius (fl. 5th Cent), and Passtoral Care by Pope Gregory I. Alfred's laws, the first promulgated in more than a century, were the first that made no distinction between the English and the Welsh peoples.
He was wore himself out in the service of his people, the oft-quoted words he added to one of his book translations: "MY WISH WAS TO LIVE WORTHILY AS LONG AS I LIVE, AND AFTER MY LIFE TO LEAVE THEM THAT SHOULD COME AFTER, MY MEMORY OF GOOD WORKS."; a fitting epitaph to this noble King.

!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. 
England, Alfred King of [The Great] (I4670)
 
50 !Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America (973 D2ah) Vol. 2

!Royal Ancestors of Some LDS Families by Michel L. Call, chart 511. 
Sigehelm Earl of Kent (I4304)
 

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