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The Phillips, Weber, Kirk, & Staggs families of the Pacific Northwest

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  • ID: I26869
  • Name: Aton TRENCAVEL , Vicomte de Rouergue 1
  • Sex: M
  • ALIA: Aton d' /Albi/
  • Birth: ABT 830 in Sauveterre de Rouergue, Languedoc, France
  • Death: AFT 867 in Albi, Tarn, Languedoc, France 1
  • Note:
    The following is excerpted from a post to soc.genealogy.medieval, 23 Nov 2001, by Nathaniel Taylor.

    From: Nathaniel Taylor (ntaylor AT
    Subject: Trencavel
    Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
    Date: 2001-11-23 13:34:39 PST

    Responding to Rania's interest, the following is the Trencavel agnate lineage, as represented in tables by the Catalan genealogist Armand de Fluvia i Escorsa in two tables (s.v. ?Nimesı and ?Carcasonaı) in the multi-volume _Gran enciclopedia catalana_. I present it here as the Trencavel dynasty isnıt easily found in other compilations. Note the odd numbering conventions: numbers are consecutive in various viscounties, applied to repetitions of two names together, not separately. This family, like that of the counts of Toulouse, was dispossessed in the wake of the Albigensian Crusade. I make no claim to accuracy, but itıs a start.

    1. Ato I, d. after 867, vc Rouergue ? Aissena; issue:
    .... Bernat I, d. after 918, vc Albi, who follows.
    .... Bigo I, vc. Tououse
    .... Ato I, vc. Toulouse ? Ava (of Auvergne?); their issue:
    ........ Bernard I, vc. Toulouse
    ........ Ato II, vc. Rouergue
    .... Sicard ==> a quo the viscounts of Lautrec.

    Father: Bernard I Count of AUTUN , Margrave Septimania b: BEF 804 in Autun, Saone-et-Loire, Bourgogne, France
    Mother: Dhuoda of GASCONY , Countess of Agen & Septimania b: ABT 804 in Gascony, France

    Marriage 1 Aissena b: ABT 840
      1. Has Children Bernard I TRENCAVEL , Vicomte de Albi b: BEF 868 in Albi, Tarn, Languedoc, France

      1. Title: Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups -
        Page: Nathaniel Taylor, 23 Nov 2001