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Jules Verne DUSTIN

M, #I7359, b. 07 September 1889, d. 28 April 1982

Family

Marriage 1 : Blanche Leone HURSH m. 28 June 1920 Washington, USA, b. 15 July 1899, d. 29 April 1984

  1. Lois Mary Lou DUSTIN, b. 1923, d. 2006

Sources

  1. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Family Tree,
  2. U.S. Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,

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Blanche Leone HURSH

F, #I7360, b. 15 July 1899, d. 29 April 1984

Family

Marriage 1 : Jules Verne DUSTIN m. 28 June 1920 Washington, USA, b. 07 September 1889, d. 28 April 1982

  1. Lois Mary Lou DUSTIN, b. 1923, d. 2006

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Family Tree,

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Lois Mary Lou DUSTIN

F, #I7361, b. 1923, d. 2006

Family

Marriage 1 : John Bushrod Dotes WILSON m. October 1944 Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA, b. 08 April 1922, d. 01 March 2000

  1.    Nancy Lamoureaux WILSON, b. 16 March 1954

Sources

  1. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Family Tree,

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John Bushrod Dotes WILSON

M, #I7362, b. 08 April 1922, d. 01 March 2000

Family

Marriage 1 : Lois Mary Lou DUSTIN m. October 1944 Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA, b. 1923, d. 2006

  1.    Nancy Lamoureaux WILSON, b. 16 March 1954

Sources

  1. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Family Tree,

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Nancy Lamoureaux WILSON

F, #I7363, b. 16 March 1954

Sources

  1. Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Family Tree,

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Wife PAGE

F, #I7364, b. UNKNOWN, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel PAGE m. UNKNOWN, b. 1772, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Samuel PAGE, b. April 1828

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Alylisa MYERS

F, #I7365, b. 05 September 2008

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Husband DRATHE

M, #I7366, b. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Michelle Renee KROPFINGER , b. August 1961

  1.    Kriston Drathe KROPFINGER, b. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Husband ? KROPFINGER

M, #I7367, b. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Sherrie Lynn KROPFINGER , b. 19 May 1964

  1.    Ian KROPFINGER, b. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Hugh 2nd Earl of Devonshire DE COURTENEY

M, #I7368, b. 12 July 1303, d. 02 May 1377

Family

Marriage 1 : Margaret of BOHUN m. UNKNOWN Devon, England, b. 1311, d. 16 December 1391

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Anne NELVILLE

F, #I7369, b. 11 June 1456, d. 16 MAR 1484/85

Family

Marriage 1 : Richard III King of England PLANTAGENET m. UNKNOWN Middlesex, England, b. 02 October 1452, d. 22 August 1485

  1.    Edward Prince of Wales MIDDLEHAM, b. December 1473, d. 09 April 1484

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Edward Prince of Wales MIDDLEHAM

M, #I7370, b. December 1473, d. 09 April 1484

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Charles The Bold Duke of Burgandy BOURGOGNE

M, #I7371, b. 10 November 1433, d. 05 JAN 1476/77

Family

Marriage 1 : Margaret of YORK m. UNKNOWN Oldenburg, Niedersachsen, Germany, b. 03 May 1446, d. 23 November 1503

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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John Of YORK

M, #I7372, b. 07 November 1448, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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William Of YORK

M, #I7373, b. 07 November 1447, d. abt. 1448

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Elizabeth Of YORK

F, #I7374, b. 22 April 1444, d. January 1502

Family

Marriage 1 : John 2nd Duke of Suffolk DE LA POLE m. UNKNOWN Suffolk, England, b. September 1442, d. October 1492

  1.    John Earl of England DE LA POLE, b. 1462, d. 16 June 1487
  2.    Edward Archdeacon of Richmond DE LA POLE, b. 1466, d. 1485
  3.    Elizabeth DE LA POLE, b. 1468, d. 1489
  4.    Edmund 6th Earl of Suffolk DE LA POLE, b. 1471, d. 30 April 1513
  5.    Dorothy DE LA POLE, b. 1472, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Humphrey DE LA POLE, b. 1474, d. 1513
  7.    Anne DE LA POLE, b. 1476, d. 1495
  8.    Geoffrey DE LA POLE, b. 1464, d. UNKNOWN
  9. Catherine DE LA POLE, b. 1477, d. 1513
  10.    William Knt. DE LA POLE, b. 1478, d. aft. 04 January 1503
  11.    Richard DE LA POLE, b. 1480, d. 24 FEB 1524/25

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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John 2nd Duke of Suffolk DE LA POLE

M, #I7375, b. September 1442, d. October 1492

Family

Marriage 1 : Elizabeth Of YORK m. UNKNOWN Suffolk, England, b. 22 April 1444, d. January 1502

  1.    John Earl of England DE LA POLE, b. 1462, d. 16 June 1487
  2.    Edward Archdeacon of Richmond DE LA POLE, b. 1466, d. 1485
  3.    Elizabeth DE LA POLE, b. 1468, d. 1489
  4.    Edmund 6th Earl of Suffolk DE LA POLE, b. 1471, d. 30 April 1513
  5.    Dorothy DE LA POLE, b. 1472, d. UNKNOWN
  6.    Humphrey DE LA POLE, b. 1474, d. 1513
  7.    Anne DE LA POLE, b. 1476, d. 1495
  8.    Geoffrey DE LA POLE, b. 1464, d. UNKNOWN
  9. Catherine DE LA POLE, b. 1477, d. 1513
  10.    William Knt. DE LA POLE, b. 1478, d. aft. 04 January 1503
  11.    Richard DE LA POLE, b. 1480, d. 24 FEB 1524/25

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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John Earl of England DE LA POLE

M, #I7376, b. 1462, d. 16 June 1487

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Edward Archdeacon of Richmond DE LA POLE

M, #I7377, b. 1466, d. 1485

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Elizabeth DE LA POLE

F, #I7378, b. 1468, d. 1489

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Edmund 6th Earl of Suffolk DE LA POLE

M, #I7379, b. 1471, d. 30 April 1513

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Dorothy DE LA POLE

F, #I7380, b. 1472, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Humphrey DE LA POLE

M, #I7381, b. 1474, d. 1513

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Anne DE LA POLE

F, #I7382, b. 1476, d. 1495

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Geoffrey DE LA POLE

M, #I7383, b. 1464, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Catherine DE LA POLE

F, #I7385, b. 1477, d. 1513

Family

Marriage 1 : William 5th Lord STOURTON m. UNKNOWN, b. abt. 1457, d. 17 FEB 1522/23

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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William 5th Lord STOURTON

M, #I7386, b. abt. 1457, d. 17 FEB 1522/23

Family

Marriage 1 : Catherine DE LA POLE m. UNKNOWN, b. 1477, d. 1513

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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William Knt. DE LA POLE

M, #I7387, b. 1478, d. aft. 04 January 1503

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Richard DE LA POLE

M, #I7388, b. 1480, d. 24 FEB 1524/25

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Margaret of FRANCE

F, #I7389, b. abt. 1279, d. 14 FEB 1317/18

Family

Marriage 1 : Edward I King of England LONGSHANKS m. 1291, b. 17 June 1239, d. 07 July 1307

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Prince William Count of Poiters PLANTAGENET

M, #I7390, b. 17 August 1153, d. April 1156

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Notes:

William (17 August 1153 - April 1156) was the first child of Henry Plantagenet (later Henry II of England) and Eleanor of Aquitaine. He was born in Normandy on the same day that his father's rival, Eustace IV of Boulogne, died.

William was a younger maternal half-brother of Marie de Champagne and Alix of France. He was an older brother of Henry the Young King, Matilda, Duchess of Saxony, Richard I of England, Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany, Leonora of Aquitaine, Joan Plantagenet and John of England.

He died in April 1156, aged two years due to a seizure at Wallingford Castle and was buried in Reading Abbey at the feet of his great-grandfather Henry I.

At the time of his death, he had already been given the title of Count of Poitiers. For centuries, the dukes of Aquitaine had held this as one of their minor titles, so it had passed to Eleanor from her father; giving it to her son was effectively a revival of the title, separating it from the dukedom. Some authorities say he also held the title of "Archbishop of York", but this is probably an error. His half-brother Geoffrey Plantagenet (died 1212), who was born within months of William, did later hold that office, causing the confusion.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Henry The Young KING

?, #I7391, b. 1155, d. 11 June 1183

Family

Marriage 1 : Henry The Young KING m. 02 November 1160, b. 1155, d. 11 June 1183

Notes:

Henry, known as the Young King (28 February 1155 - 11 June 1183), was the second of five sons of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine but the first to survive infancy. Beginning in 1170, he officially reigned alongside his father as King of England, Duke of Normandy,[1] Count of Anjou and Maine.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Sir Roger De Clarendon PLANTAGENET

M, #I7392, b. abt. 1357, d. abt. 1402

Family

Marriage 1 : Margaret FLEMING m. abt. 1368 England, b. bef. 1360, d. abt. 1382

Notes:

Roger Clarendon was Prince Edward's son by Edith de Willesford (Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1381-1385
(1897). Edith was living as late as May 8 1385. Proof of Roger's paternity comes from several contemporary sources, notably the register of the Guild of the Holy Trinity, which describes him as "Dominus Rogerus de Claryngdon, miles, filius excellentissimi domini nostri, Princicipis Wall." Perhaps Roger was born at the royal palace of Clarendon, Wiltshire, from whence he derived his surname.

In 1372, his grandfather Edward III granted Roger an annuity of £100 at the Exchequer. Edward the Black Prince bequeathed Roger a silk bed in his will, but did not specifically name him as his son. Roger married Margaret, the heiress of the Welsh barony of Roch, but they had no children and she was dead as of March 20 1386. Two years later, Roger killed Sir William Drayton in a duel, and was indicted for murder, but fled and became a fugitive for several years. In 1402, he was captured and accused of conspiracy against King Henry IV -- allegedly he had been spreading rumors that his half-brother, Richard II, was still alive. He was executed at Tyburn.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,
  2. Stephen R. Myers,

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Margaret of FRANCE

F, #I7393, b. 1157, d. 1197

Family

Marriage 1 : Henry The Young KING m. 02 November 1160, b. 1155, d. 11 June 1183

Notes:

She was the eldest daughter of Louis VII of France by his second wife Constance of Castile. Her older half-sisters, Marie and Alix, were also older half-sisters of her future husband.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Edward V King of England YORK

M, #I7394, b. 02 November 1470, d. abt. 1483

Notes:

Edward V (2 November 1470 - c.1483)[1] was King of England from his father Edward IV's death on 9 April 1483 until 26 June of the same year. He was never crowned, and his 86-day reign was dominated by the influence of his uncle and Lord Protector, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who succeeded him as Richard III on 26 June 1483; this was confirmed by the Act entitled Titulus Regius, which denounced any further claims through his father's heirs. Edward and his younger brother Richard of Shrewsbury, Duke of York were the Princes in the Tower who disappeared after being sent to heavily guarded royal lodgings in the Tower of London. Responsibility for their deaths is widely attributed to Richard III, but the lack of any solid evidence and conflicting contemporary accounts suggest four other primary suspects.

Along with Edward VIII, and the disputed Matilda and Jane, Edward V is one of four English monarchs since the Norman Conquest never to have been crowned. As it is generally assumed that he died close to the time of his disappearance, he is the shortest-lived male monarch in English history - his great-nephew, who was crowned Edward VI, died in his sixteenth year.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Maud CHAWORTH

F, #I7395, b. 02 FEB 1281/82, d. 03 December 1322

Family

Marriage 1 : Henry Earl of LANCASTER m. bef. 02 MAR 1296/97, b. 1281, d. 22 September 1345

  1.    Maud of LANCASTER, b. 1298, d. 05 May 1377
  2.    Blanche of LANCASTER, b. 1297, d. abt. 12 July 1380

Notes:

Maud de Chaworth (2 February 1282-3 Dec 1322) was an English noblewoman and wealthy heiress. She was the only child of Patrick de Chaworth. Sometime before 2 March 1297, she married Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster, by whom she had seven children.

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Maud of LANCASTER

F, #I7396, b. 1298, d. 05 May 1377

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Blanche of LANCASTER

F, #I7397, b. 1297, d. abt. 12 July 1380

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Margaret FLEMING

F, #I7398, b. bef. 1360, d. abt. 1382

Family

Marriage 1 : Sir Roger De Clarendon PLANTAGENET m. abt. 1368 England, b. abt. 1357, d. abt. 1402

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Monarchs of England,

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Richard II PLANTAGENET

M, #I7399, b. 06 JAN 1366/67, d. 14 FEB 1399/00

Family

Marriage 1 : Anne Princess of BOHEMIA m. 20 January 1382 Westminster Abbey, London, England, b. 11 May 1366, d. 07 June 1394

Marriage 2 : Isabella of VALOIS m. 31 October 1396, b. 09 November 1389, d. 13 September 1409

Notes:

The future King Richard II was born at Bordeaux, Aquitaine, at epiphany, on 6th January, 1367. The product of a first cousin marriage, he was the son of Edward III's eldest son, Edward, Prince of Wales, the Black Prince and his wife, Joan, Countess of Kent. Joan, known as the 'Fair Maid of Kent', was the daughter of Edmund, Earl of Kent, the youngest of Edward I's sons by his second wife, Margaret of France. This gave Richard a double descent from Edward I, due to previous cousin marriages in his family, his grandparents had also been first cousins, Richard was therefore a highly inbred individual.

His mother, Joan of Kent, has been described as one of the most beautiful and scandalous women of her age. Unusual for the day, Richard's parent's marriage was a genuine love match and not a political alliance. Joan of Kent had previously been married to Thomas Holland and through this former marriage, Richard had half siblings.

Joan caused quite a scandal by entering into a clandestine marriage with Holland at the age of twelve. The following winter, while her husband was serving abroad, Joan married again to William Montacute, the Earl of Salisbury's heir. When Holland returned to England a few years later, he revealed his secret marriage to Joan and appealed to Pope Clement VI for his wife's return, Joan supported his appeal. Salisbury resorted to keeping her a prisoner in his home. The Pope annulled Joan's marriage to Montacute and ordered to return to Thomas Holland, with whom she lived for the next eleven years. The marriage produced four children.

Richard had an elder brother, Edward of Angouleme, who was suspected of being mentally retarded, perhaps due to inbreeding in the Plantagenet family. Edward had died in infancy, leaving Richard his father's sole heir.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,
  2. Dictionary of National Biography, Volumes 1-20, 22,
  3. Web: International, Find A Grave Index,

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Edith DE WILLESFORD

F, #I7405, b. abt. 1330, d. abt. 1385

Family

Marriage 1 : Edward The Black Prince PLANTAGENET m. UNKNOWN Berkshire, England, b. 15 June 1330, d. 08 June 1376

  1.    John of Southeray DE GALEIS, b. abt. 1364, d. 1383
  2. Sir Roger De Clarendon PLANTAGENET, b. abt. 1357, d. abt. 1402

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Isabella of VALOIS

F, #I7408, b. 09 November 1389, d. 13 September 1409

Family

Marriage 1 : Richard II PLANTAGENET m. 31 October 1396, b. 06 JAN 1366/67, d. 14 FEB 1399/00

Notes:

Isabella of Valois the second wife of Richard II was born in Paris on 9 November 1389 and was the daughter King Charles VI of France and his wife Isabeau of Bavaria.

Isabella was born at a time of political tension between England and its traditional rival France, which was exacerbated by the mental instability of her father, Charles VI, who is believed to have suffered from a form of schizophrenia (later inherited by his English grandson Henry VI) .

Negotiations between England and France were slow but both countries eventually agreed on a twenty-eight year truce in March 1396. The English ambassadors requested to see Isabella, in order to report on her appearance and conduct to their king, which was allowed, although the French, concerned by Isabella's youth pointed out:-

That they muste be content howe so ever they founde her, for they sayde she was but a yonge chylde of eyght yere of age, wherefore they sayd, there coulde nat be in her no great wysdome nor prudence; howbeit, she was indoctryned well ynough, and that the lords founde well whan they sawe her. The erle Marshall, beynge on his knees, sayde to her: Fayre lady, by the grace of God ye shall be our lady and quene of Englande. Than aunswered the yonge lady well advisedly, without counsayle of any other persone: Syr, quod she, and it please God and my lorde my father that I shall be quene of Englande, I shall be glad therof, for it is shewed me that I shall be than a great lady'.

Richard travelled to France, to meet his prospective bride and her father at Calais, after dinner, Isabella was led into the room accompanied by a great number of ladies and was ceremonially handed over to her new husband. On 31 October 1396, the six year old Isabella was married to King Richard II of England at Calais, the new queen was provided with a huge dowry by the French.

Richard was a widower, his previous wife, Anne of Bohemia, to whom he had been married since his teeenage years, had died in an outbreak of plague two years previously. Richard was said to be kind and affectionate to his child bride and visited her regularly. When challenged on the wisdom of marrying a bride so far from being old enough for childbearing, Richard contended that she would become older with every day that passed.

Deposition of Richard IIIsabella was moved to Porchester Castle while Richard conducted a military campaign in Ireland to put down a rebellion there. Soon after he left for Ireland, England was invaded by his cousin, Henry of Bolingbroke, the exiled son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. The regent, Richard's uncle, Edmund, Duke of York, had the Queen conveyed Wallingford Castle for her safety. Richard's throne was usurpedby Henry who was crowned as King Henry IV, Richard, returning from Ireland was captured in Wales on 20 August 1399 and imprisoned, he was later murdered at Pontefract Castle.

The young Queen Isabella, who was reportedly 'tourned and broken' was required by the new king to move out of Wallingford Castle and to reside in the Havering-atte-Bower, she was later moved again to Sunning near Reading. When her father the King of France received news of Richard's death he demanded that Isabella be returned to France, King Henry then made Isabella aware of his plan to marry her to his son and heir, Henry, Prince of Wales, the future Henry V, by which she finally realised that Richard was dead.

Loyal to Richard's memory, the ten year old Isabella absolutely refused to do so and instead she and her household went into mourning for her husband, ignoring the king's demands. 'estranged her selfe from all occasions of pleasure or comforte, and was accompanied with a heavy traine composed to sorrow both in behaviour and attire'. Despite her father's wish that she be returned to France, the French ambassadors had great difficulty in gaining access to her. Eventually Henry allowed her to return to France with the jewels and plate she had brought with her to England..

On 29 June 1406, at the age of fifteen, Isabella was married for a second time to her cousin Charles, Duke of Orléans. She died at the age of nineteen, a few hours after giving birth to her only child, a daughter, Joan, who married John II of Alençon in 1424.

Isabella was interred at the abbey of St.Laumer in Blois, her body was later transferred to the church of the Celestines in Paris.

Isabella's younger sister Catherine of Valois, was later to become Queen of England as the wife of Henry V. Folowing the death of Henry V, Catherine's son by Owen Tudor was to become the ancestor of England's Tudor dynasty.

Sources

  1. Monarchs of England,

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Brita NORBERG

F, #I7410, b. abt. 1843, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Pehr MOLANDER m. UNKNOWN, b. 05 September 1842, d. February 1913

  1. Mina MOLANDER, b. 1897, d. UNKNOWN
  2.    Greta MOLANDER, b. abt. 1863, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    August MOLANDER, b. 02 December 1886, d. UNKNOWN
  4. Frida MOLANDER, b. 29 July 1891, d. 12 September 1979
  5.    Jonas Gottfried MOLANDER, b. 03 February 1901, d. UNKNOWN
  6. Emil MOLANDER, b. 05 September 1888, d. 21 October 1965
  7.    Erik MOLANDER, b. 21 December 1884, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Nils HAMBERG

M, #I7412, b. 19 January 1862, d. 28 January 1941

Family

Marriage 1 : Kristina MOLANDER m. UNKNOWN, b. 29 March 1867, d. 27 April 1943

  1. Olaf Fred HAMBERG, b. 31 July 1897, d. February 1971
  2. Olga HAMBERG, b. 13 February 1893, d. UNKNOWN
  3.    Hulda HAMBERG, b. 1895, d. UNKNOWN
  4. Nils Arvid HAMBERG, b. 14 November 1898, d. UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1860-1941 (in Swedish),

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Olaf DANIELSSON

M, #I7413, b. 12 December 1785, d. 11 July 1845

Family

Marriage 1 : Catharina HANSDOTTER m. 1813, b. 22 May 1872, d. 27 May 1858

  1. Nils OLSSON, b. 25 February 1817, d. 06 April 1877

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Catharina HANSDOTTER

F, #I7414, b. 22 May 1872, d. 27 May 1858

Family

Marriage 1 : Olaf DANIELSSON m. 1813, b. 12 December 1785, d. 11 July 1845

  1. Nils OLSSON, b. 25 February 1817, d. 06 April 1877

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Daniel PERSSON

M, #I7415, b. 11 October 1744, d. 19 July 1818

Family

Marriage 1 : Maja Lisa MELLIN m. 1770, b. 10 November 1747, d. 27 June 1824

  1. Olaf DANIELSSON, b. 12 December 1785, d. 11 July 1845

Sources

  1. Sweden, Anger, Sweden

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Maja Lisa MELLIN

F, #I7416, b. 10 November 1747, d. 27 June 1824

Family

Marriage 1 : Daniel PERSSON m. 1770, b. 11 October 1744, d. 19 July 1818

  1. Olaf DANIELSSON, b. 12 December 1785, d. 11 July 1845

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Anger, Sweden

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Hans HANSSON

M, #I7417, b. 21 September 1759, d. 26 December 1827

Family

Marriage 1 : Stina MARCIDOTTER m. 27 December 1818 Finnerödja, Västra Götaland, Sweden, b. abt. 1760, d. UNKNOWN

  1. Catharina HANSDOTTER, b. 22 May 1872, d. 27 May 1858

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,

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Stina MARCIDOTTER

F, #I7418, b. abt. 1760, d. UNKNOWN

Family

Marriage 1 : Hans HANSSON m. 27 December 1818 Finnerödja, Västra Götaland, Sweden, b. 21 September 1759, d. 26 December 1827

  1. Catharina HANSDOTTER, b. 22 May 1872, d. 27 May 1858

Sources

  1. Stephen R. Myers,
  2. Sweden, Select Baptisms, 1611-1920,

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