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  • ID: I004392
  • Name: Henry I, "Beauclerc" King of England 1 2 3 4 5
  • Sex: M
  • Title: King
  • Name: Henry I Beauclerc 1 2 3 4 5
  • Name: Henry I "Beauclerc" England 3 4 6 5
  • Name: Henry I Beauclerc King of England 7 4 5
  • Name: Henry I 'Beauclerc' King of England 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Name: Henry I 23 24 3 4 5
  • Name: I Henry , "Beauclerc" King Of England 25 26 2 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1070 in Selby, Yorkshire, Eng. 1 2 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1068 1 2 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, King of England 20 21 22 23 24 3 4 5
  • Birth: ABT SEP 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, England 3 4 5
  • Birth: ABT SEP 1068 in Selby, Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England 6 5
  • Birth: 1070 in ,Selby, Yorkshire, England 27 28 9 29 30 31 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 32 26 2 3 4 5
  • Birth: 1116 in Selby, Yorkshire, England 7 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in St. Dennis, Angers, France 1 2 3 4 5
  • Death: 1135 1 2 3 4 5
  • Death: 1135 in Lyons-la-ForÍt, Normandy, France 3 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in Angers, St. Denis, Seine-St. Denis, France 3 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in Gisors, France 7 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in St Denis-le-Fermont, Near Gisors 20 21 22 3 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in St. Denis, Seine-St. Denis, France 32 26 2 3 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in St. Denis-le-, Fermont, Seine-St. Denis, France 6 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in St. Denis-le-Fermont, Forest of Angers, near Rouen, Normandy 23 24 3 4 5
  • Death: 1 DEC 1135 in Westminster, Middlesex, England 33 34 9 35 36 37 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 1: Acceded: Aug 6, 1100, Westminster Abbey, London, England. 34 38 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 2: Interred: Reading Abbey, which he founded. Duke of Normandy 1106-1135. 34 37 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 3: Reigned as King of England 1100-1135. Restrained growing power of the barons. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 4: United Saxons & Normans under one rule & began a sense of English nationalism. 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 5: Reign is notable for important legal and administrative reforms. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 6: Known for final resolution of the investiture controversy. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 7: Waged several wars to consolidate and expand his continental possesions. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 8: Was so hated by his brothers that they vowed to disinherit him. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 9: Captured Robert II Curthose his brother (1106) & held him until he (Robert)died. 9 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 10: A hard but just ruler. Known as "Beauclerk" or "the Lion of Justice." 39 40 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 11: No proof implicating him in death of elder brother, William II Rufus. 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 12: 28 SEP 1106 Defeated brother Robert at battle of Tenchebrai & usurped Duchy of Normandy. 38 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • Fact 13: By end of reign, he was the Lord of England, Normandy and Maine. 15 16 17 18 19 21 15 16 22 3 4 5
  • LDS Baptism: BEPS 1 2 3 4 5
  • LDS Baptism: 22 MAY 1877 SGEOR 7 4 5
  • LDS Baptism: 18 MAY 1933 SL 6 5
  • Event: Ancestral File Number 8XJ0-6V 5
  • Burial: 4 JAN 1135/36 Reading Abbey, Reading, Berkshire, England 7 41 42 3 4 6 5
  • Burial: b. Reading Abbey, Berkshire 26 2 3 4 5
  • Christening: 5 AUG 1100 7 4 5
  • Christening: 5 AUG 1100 , Selby, Yorkshire, England 43 44 45 46 47 48 42 3 4 5
  • Endowment: 8 JUN 1877 SGEOR 7 4 5
  • Sealing Child: 18 MAY 1933 SLAKE 7 4 5
  • Event: Acceded 1100 Westminster Abbey, London, EN 20 21 22 3 4 5
  • Event: Soundex 5 AUG 1100 6 5
  • Reference Number: 8473
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    REF: British Monarchy Official Website: After William's death while hunti ng in the New Forest in 1100, his younger brother, Henry I (reigned 1100-3 5), succeeded to the throne. By 1106 he had captured Normandy from his bro ther,
    Robert, who then spent the last 28 years of his life as his brother's pris oner. An energetic and decisive ruler, Henry centralised the administrati on of
    England and Normandy in the royal court, and extended royal powers of patr onage.
    Acceded 1100-1135.

    Henry I
    William's younger brother Henry (reigned 1100-35) succeeded to the thron e. He was crowned three days after his brother's death, against the possib ility that his eldest brother Robert might claim the English throne. Aft er the decisive battle of Tinchebrai in 1106 in France, Henry completed h is conquest of Normandy from Robert, who then (unusually even for that tim e) spent the last 28 years of his life as his brother's prisoner. An energ etic, decisive and occasionally cruel ruler, Henry centralised the adminis tration of England and Normandy in the royal court, using 'viceroys' in No rmandy and a group of advisers in England to act on his behalf when he w as absent across the Channel. Henry successfully sought to increase roy al revenues, as shown by the official records of his exchequer (the Pipe R oll of 1130, the first exchequer account to survive). He established peace ful relations with Scotland, through his marriage to Mathilda of Scotland.
    Henry's name 'Beauclerc' denoted his good education (as the youngest so n, his parents possibly expected that he would become a bishop); Henry w as probably the first Norman king to be fluent in English. In 1120, his le gitimate sons William and Richard drowned in the White Ship which sa nk in the English Channel. This posed a succession problem, as Henry nev er allowed any of his illegitimate children to expect succession to eith er England or Normandy. Henry had a legitimate daughter Matilda (wid ow of Emperor Henry V, subsequently married to the Count of Anjou). Howeve r, it was his nephew Stephen (reigned 1135-54), son of William the Conquer or's daughter Adela, who succeeded Henry after his death allegedly caus ed by eating too many lampreys (fish) in 1135, as the barons mostly oppos ed the idea of a female ruler.[bellchance.ged]

    Contemporaries: Louis VI ("Louis the Fat", King of France, 1108-1137), Rog er of Salisbury, Anselm (Archbishop of Canterbury), Pope Pascal II
    Henry I, the most resilient of the Norman kings (his reign lasted thirty-f ive years), was nicknamed "Beauclerc" (fine scholar) for his above avera ge education. During his reign, the differences between English and Norm an society began to slowly evaporate. Reforms in the royal treasury syst em became the foundation upon which later kings built. The stability Hen ry afforded the throne was offset by problems in succession: his only surv iving son, William, was lost in the wreck of the White Ship in November 11 20.
    The first years of Henry's reign were concerned with subduing Normandy. Wi lliam the Conqueror divided his kingdoms between Henry's older brothers, l eaving England to William Rufus and Normandy to Robert. Henry inherit ed no land but received £5000 in silver. He played each brother off of t he other during their quarrels; both distrusted Henry and subsequently sig ned a mutual accession treaty barring Henry from the crown. Henry's hope a rose when Robert departed for the Holy Land on the First Crusade; should W illiam die, Henry was the obvious heir. Henry was in the woods hunti ng on the morning of August 2, 1100 when William Rufus was killed by an ar row. His quick movement in securing the crown on August 5 led many to beli eve he was responsible for his brother's death. In his coronation charte r, Henry denounced William's oppressive policies and promising good govern ment in an effort to appease his barons. Robert returned to Normandy a f ew weeks later but escaped final defeat until the Battle of Tinchebr ai in 1106; Robert was captured and lived the remaining twenty-eight yea rs of his life as Henry's prisoner.
    Henry was drawn into controversy with a rapidly expanding Church. Lay inve stiture, the king's selling of clergy appointments, was heavily oppos ed by Gregorian reformers in the Church but was a cornerstone of Norman go vernment. Henry recalled Anselm of Bec to the archbishopric of Canterbu ry to gain baronial support, but the stubborn Anselm refused to do homa ge to Henry for his lands. The situation remained unresolved until Pope Pa schal II threatened Henry with excommunication in 1105. He reached a compr omise with the papacy: Henry rescinded the king's divine authority in conf erring sacred offices but appointees continued to do homage for their fief s. In practice, it changed little - the king maintained the deciding voi ce in appointing ecclesiastical offices - but it a marked a point where ki ngship became purely secular and subservient in the eyes of the Church.
    By 1106, both the quarrels with the church and the conquest of Normandy we re settled and Henry concentrated on expanding royal power. He mixed gener osity with violence in motivating allegiance to the crown and appointing l oyal and gifted men to administrative positions. By raising men out of obs curity for such appointments, Henry began to rely less on landed baro ns as ministers and created a loyal bureaucracy. He was deeply involv ed in continental affairs and therefore spent almost half of his time in N ormandy, prompting him to create the position of justiciar - the most trus ted of all the king's officials, the justiciar literally ruled in the king 's stead. Roger of Salisbury, the first justiciar, was instrumental in org anizing an efficient department for collection of royal revenues, the Exch equer. The Exchequer held sessions twice a year for sheriffs and other rev enue-collecting officials; these officials appeared before the justicia r, the chancellor, and several clerks and rendered an account of their fin ances. The Exchequer was an ingenious device for balancing amounts owed ve rsus amounts paid. Henry gained notoriety for sending out court officia ls to judge local financial disputes (weakening the feudal courts controll ed by local lords) and curb errant sheriffs (weakening the power bestow ed upon the sheriffs by his father).
    The final years of his reign were consumed in war with France and difficul ties ensuring the succession. The French King Louis VI began consolidati ng his kingdom and attacked Normandy unsuccessfully on three separate occa sions. The succession became a concern upon the death of his son Willi am in 1120: Henry's marriage to Adelaide was fruitless, leaving his daught er Matilda as the only surviving legitimate heir. She was recalled to Henr y's court in 1125 after the death of her husband, Emperor Henry V of Germa ny. Henry forced his barons to swear an oath of allegiance to Matilda in 1 127 after he arranged her marriage to the sixteen-year-old Geoffrey of Anj ou to cement an Angevin alliance on the continent. The marriage, unpopul ar with the Norman barons, produced a male heir in 1133, which prompted y et another reluctant oath of loyalty from the aggravated barons. In the su mmer of 1135, Geoffrey demanded custody of certain key Norman castl es as a show of good will from Henry; Henry refused and the pair entered i nto war. Henry's life ended in this sorry state of affairs - war with h is son-in-law and rebellion on the horizon - in December 1135.

    The Wreck of the White Ship
    On the 25th November 1120 a disaster struck in the English Channel which h ad a dramatic effect, not only on the families of those involved, but on t he very fabric of English Government.
    The Norman dynasty had not long established itself on the English throne a nd King Henry I was eager that his line should continue to wear the cro wn for many generations to come. Despite having numerous bastard offsprin g, he had but two surviving legitimate children and his hopes for his fami ly were firmly secured by the birth of his only son, William the Aethlin g: called by the Saxon princely title to stress that his parents had unit ed both Saxon and Norman Royal Houses. William was a warrior prince who, e ven at the age of seventeen, fought alongside his father to reassert the ir rights in their Norman lands on the Continent.
    After the successful campaign of 1119 which culminated in King Lou is VI of France's defeat and humiliation at the Battle of Brťmule, King He nry and his entourage were finally preparing to return to England. Henry w as offered a fine vessel, the White Ship, in which to set sail for Englan d, but the King had already made his travelling arrangements and suggest ed that it would be an excellent choice for his son, William.
    As the rising star of the Royal Court, Prince William attracted the cre am of society to surround him. He was to be accompanied by some three hund red fellow passengers: 140 knights and 18 noblewomen; his half-brother, Ri chard; his half-sister, Matilda the Countess of Perche; his cousins, Steph en and Matilda of Blois; the nephew of the German Emperor Henry V; the you ng Earl of Chester and most of the heirs to the great estates of England a nd Normandy. There was a mood of celebration in the air and the Prince h ad wine brought aboard ship by the barrel-load to help the party go wi th a swing. Both passengers and crew soon became highly intoxicated: shout ing abuse at one another and ejecting a group of clerics who had arriv ed to bless the voyage. Some passengers, including Stephen of Blois, who w as ill with diarrhoea, appear to have sensed further trouble and decid ed to take a later craft.
    The onboard revelries had delayed the White Ship's departure and it only f inally set out to sea, after night had already fallen. The Prince found th at most of the King's forces had already left him far behind yet, as wi th all young rabble-rousers, he wished to be first back home. He therefo re ordered the ship's master to have his oarsmen row full-pelt and overta ke the rest of the fleet. Being as drunk as the rest of them, the master c omplied and the ship soon began to race through the waves.
    An excellent vessel though the White Ship was, sea-faring was not as sa fe as it is today. Many a boat was lost on the most routine of trips and p eople did not travel over the water unless they really had to. With a drun ken crew in charge moreover, it seems that fate had marked out the White S hip for special treatment. It hit a rock in the gloom of the night and t he port-side timbers cracked wide-open to reveal a gaping whole.
    Prince William's quick-thinking bodyguard immediately rushed him on deck a nd bundled him into a small dinghy. They were away to safety even before t he crew had begun to make their abortive attempts to hook the vessel off t he rocks. However, back aboard ship, the Prince could hear his half-sist er calling to him, begging him not to leave her to the ravages of the merc iless sea. He ordered his little boat to turn round, but the situation w as hopeless. As William grew nearer once more, the White Ship began to des cend beneath the waves. More and more people were in the water now and th ey fought desperately for the safety of the Royal dinghy. The turmoil a nd the weight were too much. The Prince's little boat was capsized and sa nk without trace.
    It is said that the only person to survive the wreck to tell the tale w as a Rouen butcher, called Berold, who had only been on board to collect d ebts owed him by the noble revellers. Finely dressed bodies, such as the E arl of Chester's, were washed up along the Norman shoreline for months aft er.
    After King Henry heard of the disaster, it is said that he never smiled ag ain. Desperate to secure his family's succession, he had the English baro ns swear an oath to uphold the rights of his only remaining legitimate chi ld: his daughter Matilda who they were to recognise as their Queen after H enry's death. But the time had not yet come for a woman to be accept ed on the English throne. When King Henry died, his nephew, Stephen of Blo is siezed the crown and four years later, the status quo degenerated in to a patchy Civil War.





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    Henry I was Duke of Normandy from 1106-1135 and King of England from 1100- 1135. William I left Normandy to his oldest son Robert II Curthose and Eng land to his next oldest son, William II Rufus. Henry was left great weal th and eventually outmanuvered his brothers to become King of England in 1 100 and ruled 35 years. Henry is remembered for expanding and strengtheni ng royal justice, integrating the Norman and Anglo-Saxon legal systems, a nd laying the foundation for more centralized royal rule. "The Encycloped ia of the Middle Ages" Norman F. Cantor, General Editor[Masland Family.FTW ]

    Henry I was Duke of Normandy from 1106-1135 and King of England from 1100- 1135. William I left Normandy to his oldest son Robert II Curthose and Eng land to his next oldest son, William II Rufus. Henry was left great weal th and eventually outmanuvered his brothers to become King of England in 1 100 and ruled 35 years. Henry is remembered for expanding and strengtheni ng royal justice, integrating the Norman and Anglo-Saxon legal systems, a nd laying the foundation for more centralized royal rule. "The Encycloped ia of the Middle Ages" Norman F. Cantor, General Editorbyname HENRY BEAUCL ERC (Good Scholar), French HENRI BEAUCLERC.Youngest and ablest of Willi am I the Conqueror's sons, who as king ofEngland (1100-35) strengthened t he crown's executive powers and, likehis father, also ruled Normandy (fr om 1106).

    Reign.

    Henry was crowned at Westminster, on Aug. 5, 1100, three days afterhis bro ther, King William II, William the Conqueror's second son, hadbeen kill ed in a hunting accident. Duke Robert Curthose, the eldest ofthe three bro thers, who by feudal custom had succeeded to his father'sinheritance, Norm andy, was returning from the First Crusade and couldnot assert his own cla im to the English throne until the followingyear. The succession was preca rious, however, because a number ofwealthy Anglo-Norman barons supported D uke Robert, and Henry movedquickly to gain all the backing he could. He is sued an ingeniousCharter of Liberties, which purported to end capricious t axes,confiscations of church revenues, and other abuses of his predecessor .By his marriage with Matilda, a Scottish princess of the oldAnglo-Saxon r oyal line, he established the foundations for peaceablerelations with t he Scots and support from the English. And he recalledSt. Anselm, the scho larly archbishop of Canterbury whom his brother,William II, had banished.

    When Robert Curthose finally invaded England in 1101, several of thegreate st barons defected to him. But Henry, supported by a number ofhis baron s, most of the Anglo-Saxons, and St. Anselm, worked out anamicable settlem ent with the invaders. Robert relinquished his claimto England, receivi ng in return Henry's own territories in Normandyand a large annuity.

    Although a crusading hero, Robert was a self-indulgent, vacillatingruler w ho allowed Normandy to slip into chaos. Norman churchmen whofled to Engla nd urged Henry to conquer and pacify the duchy and thusprovided moral grou nds for Henry's ambition to reunify his father'srealm at his brother's exp ense. Paving his way with bribes to Normanbarons and agreements with neigh bouring princes, in 1106 Henry routedRobert's army at Tinchebrai in southw estern Normandy and capturedRobert, holding him prisoner for life. (see al so Index: Tinchebrai,Battle of)

    Between 1104 and 1106 Henry had been in the uncomfortable position ofposin g, in Normandy, as a champion of the church while fighting withhis own arc hbishop of Canterbury. St. Anselm had returned from exilein 1100 dedicat ed to reforms of Pope Paschal II, which were designedto make the church in dependent of secular sovereigns. Following papalbans against lay lords inv esting churchmen with their lands andagainst churchmen rendering homa ge to laymen, Anselm refused toconsecrate bishops whom Henry had invest ed and declined to do homageto Henry himself. Henry regarded bishoprics a nd abbeys not only asspiritual offices but as great sources of wealth. Sin ce in many casesthey owed the crown military services, he was anxious to m aintain thefeudal bond between the bishops and the crown. (see also Index: Investiture Controversy)

    Ultimately, the issues of ecclesiastical homage and lay investitureforc ed Anselm into a second exile. After numerous letters and threatsbetween k ing, pope, and archbishop, a compromise was concluded shortlybefore the Ba ttle of Tinchebrai and was ratified in London in 1107.Henry relinquished h is right to invest churchmen while Anselmsubmitted on the question of homa ge. With the London settlement andthe English victory at Tinchebrai, the A nglo-Norman state wasreunified and at peace.

    In the years following, Henry married his daughter Matilda (alsocalled Mau d) to Emperor Henry V of Germany and groomed his onlylegitimate son, Willi am, as his successor. Henry's right to Normandywas challenged by William C lito, son of the captive Robert Curthose,and Henry was obliged to repel t wo major assaults against easternNormandy by William Clito's supporters: L ouis VI of France, Count Fulkof Anjou, and the restless Norman barons w ho detested Henry'subiquitous officials and high taxes. By 1120, howeve r, the barons hadsubmitted, Henry's son had married into the Angevin hous e, and LouisVI--defeated in battle--had concluded a definitive peace.

    The settlement was shattered in November 1120, when Henry's sonperish ed in a shipwreck of the "White Ship," destroying Henry'ssuccession plan s. After Queen Matilda's death in 1118, he marriedAdelaide of Louvain in 1 121, but this union proved childless. OnEmperor Henry V's death in 1125, H enry summoned the empress Matildaback to England and made his barons do ho mage to her as his heir. In1128 Matilda married Geoffrey Plantagenet, he ir to the county ofAnjou, and in 1133 she bore him her first son, the futu re king HenryII. When Henry I died at Lyons-la-ForÍt in eastern Normand y, hisfavourite nephew, Stephen of Blois, disregarding Matilda's right ofs uccession, seized the English throne. Matilda's subsequent invasionof Engl and unleashed a bitter civil war that ended with King Stephen'sdeath and H enry II's unopposed accession in 1154.

    Assessment

    Henry I was a skillful, intelligent monarch who achieved peace inEnglan d, relative stability in Normandy, and notable administrativeadvances on b oth sides of the Channel. Under Henry, the Anglo-Normanstate his father h ad created was reunited. Royal justices began makingsystematic tours of t he English shires, but, although hisadministrative policies were highly ef ficient, they were notinfrequently regarded as oppressive. His reign mark ed a significantadvance from the informal, personal monarchy of former tim es towardthe bureaucratized state that lay in the future. It also marked a shift from the wide-ranging imperialism of earlier Norman leaders toconsol idation and internal development. In the generations beforeHenry's accessi on, Norman dukes, magnates, and adventurers hadconquered southern Italy, S icily, Antioch, and England. Henry won hismajor battles but preferred dipl omacy or bribery to the risks of thebattlefield. Subduing Normandy in 110 6, he contented himself withkeeping domestic peace, defending his Anglo-No rman state againstrebellion and invasion, and making alliances with neighb ouring princes.

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    Tompsett: "Reigned 1100-1135. Duke of Normandy 1106-1135. His reign is not able for important legal and administrative reforms, and for the final res olution of the investiture controversy. Abroad, he waged several campaig ns in order to consolidate and expand his continental possessions. W as so hated by his brothers that they vowed to disinherit him. In 11 06 he captured Robert and held him til he died. He proved to be a hard b ut just ruler. He apparently died from over eating Lampreys!"[919019.ged]

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    Crowned Westminster Abbey 6 Aug 1100




    Father: I William , Duke of Normandy "the Conqueror" b: 14 OCT 1024 in Falaise, Calvados, France c: 1066 in Norman Conquest, As An Adult;
    Mother: Matilda Countess Of Flanders , Queen Of England b: ABT 1031 in Flandres

    Father: William I the Conqueror King of England b: 14 OCT 1024 in Falaise, Normandy, France
    Mother: Matilda (Maud) de Flanders b: 1031 in Flanders, France

    Father: William I "The Conqueror" England b: 14 OCT 1024 in FALAISE, Calvados, France
    Mother: Matilda Countess Of Flanders , Queen Of England b: ABT 1031 in Flandres

    Marriage 1 Nesta Princess of Wales b: ABT 1073 in of, Dynevor Castle, Carmarthenshire, Wales
      Children
      1. Has Children Henry FITZROY Prince England b: ABT 1105 in of, South Wales

      Marriage 2 b: ABT 1070 in of, Caen, Calvedos, France
        Children
        1. Has Children Robert Earl of Gloucester b: ABT 1090 in of, Caen, Calvados, France

        Marriage 3 Ansfride b: ABT 1069 in of, Sparshalt, Berkshire, England
          Children
          1. Has No Children Richard Prince of England b: BEF 1101 in of, Abingdon Abbey, Berkshire, England
          2. Has No Children Fulk Prince of England b: ABT 1102 in of, Abingdon Abbey, Berkshire, England
          3. Has Children Juliane Princess of England b: ABT 1102 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England

          Marriage 4 Edith b: ABT 1071 in of, England
            Children
            1. Has Children Maud Princess of England b: ABT 1090 in of, England

            Marriage 5 b: ABT 1072 in of, England
              Children
              1. Has Children Maud Duchess of BRETAGNE b: ABT 1091 in of, England

              Marriage 6 Edith b: ABT 1074 in of, GREYSTOKE, Cumberland, England
                Children
                1. Has Children Robert Prince of England b: ABT 1093 in of, Devonshire, England

                Marriage 7 b: ABT 1076 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England
                  Children
                  1. Has Children Princess of England b: ABT 1095 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England

                  Marriage 8 b: ABT 1076 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England
                    Children
                    1. Has No Children Gilbert Prince of England b: ABT 1130 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England

                    Marriage 9 b: ABT 1077 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England
                      Children
                      1. Has Children William De TRACY b: ABT 1097 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England

                      Marriage 10 b: ABT 1078 in of, England
                        Children
                        1. Has Children Constance Maud Viscountess MAINE b: ABT 1098 in of, England

                        Marriage 11 b: ABT 1079 in of, England
                          Children
                          1. Has Children Alice Aline b: ABT 1099 in of, Selby, Yorkshire, England

                          Marriage 12 b: ABT 1072 in of, England
                            Children
                            1. Has No Children Maud MONTVILLERS b: ABT 1096 in of, Montvilliers, Savoie, France

                            Marriage 13 Isabel de Beaumont b: 1086 in England
                              Children
                              1. Has No Children Isabel Hedwig of England b: ABT 1120 in of, England

                              Marriage 14 b: ABT 1072 in of, England
                                Children
                                1. Has Children Emma b: ABT 1096 in of, England

                                Marriage 15 Matilda "Atheling" Princess Of Scotland b: ABT 1079 in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
                                • Married: 11 NOV 1100 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England 43 49 41 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Married: 6 AUG 1100 in Westminster, Abbey, London, England 43 49 41 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Married: 11 NOV 1100 in Westminister Abbey, London, Eng. 43 49 41 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Married: 11 NOV 1100 in Westminster Abbey, London, England 43 49 41 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Marriage fact: in Henry married Matilda (daughter of Margaret) to appease his Saxon subjects. 17 50 21 3 4 5
                                • Sealing Spouse: 19 MAY 1954 in SLAKE 49 41 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Marriage Ending Status: Unknown
                                Children
                                1. Has Children Elizabeth Princess Of England b: ABT 1095 in of, Talby, Yorkshire, England
                                2. Has No Children William the Atheling b: BEF 5 AUG 1103 in Winchester
                                3. Has Children Empress of England Matilda b: 1104
                                4. Has No Children Richard Prince Of England b: ABT 1105 in England

                                Marriage 16 Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess Scotland b: ABT 1079 in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland
                                • Married: 11 NOV 1100 in Westminster, Abbey, Middlesex, England 6 5
                                Children
                                1. Has Children Princess of England Elizabeth b: ABT 1095 in of, England
                                2. Has No Children Child b: JUL 1101 in of, England
                                3. Has Children Matilda (Maud) Princess England b: BEF 5 AUG 1102 in London, Middlesex, England
                                4. Has No Children William "Atheling" Prince England b: BEF 5 AUG 1103 in of, Selby, Yorkshire, England
                                5. Has No Children Richard Prince Of England b: ABT 1105 in England

                                Marriage 17 Nesta Verch Rhys b: ABT 1073 in of, Dynevor Castle, Carmarthenshire, Wales
                                • Married: BET 1103 AND 1105 51 52 53 54 55 56 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Sealing Spouse: in COMPLETED 49 42 3 7 4 5
                                • Marriage Beginning Status: Partners
                                Children
                                1. Has No Children Meiler FitzHenry
                                2. Has No Children Henry Fitzhenry b: ABT 1103 in of Narberth & Pebidiog, Wales

                                Marriage 18 Lady Elizabeth De BEAUMONT b: ABT 1116 in of, Leicester, Leicestershire, England
                                • Married: ABT 1120 57 54 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Sealing Spouse: in COMPLETED 7 4 5
                                • Marriage Beginning Status: Partners
                                Children
                                1. Has No Children Maud of Montivilliers
                                2. Has No Children Isabel b: ABT 1120
                                3. Has No Children Isabel Hedwig b: ABT 1120 in England
                                4. Has No Children Constance Maud Viscountess Du Maine b: ABT 1128 in England

                                Marriage 19 Sibyl Corbet b: ABT 1075 in Alcester, Warwickshire, England c: in Selby, Yorkshire, England
                                • Married: BET 1120 AND 1130 58 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Married: 58 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Event: Partners BET 1084 AND 1095 58 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Event: Partners ABT 1090 58 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Event: Partners ABT 1092 58 50 17 21 3 4 5
                                • Sealing Spouse: in COMPLETED 7 49 42 3 4 5
                                • Note:
                                  [ralphroberts.ged]

                                  [roberts.GED]

                                  [roberts.GED]

                                  [temp.FTW]

                                  [csaflags.ged]

                                  Tompsett -- Not all these Children are by Sybilla, but are attributed he re due to a software limitation only allowing people 8 spouses! The only o nes that can clearly be attributed to Sybilla are:
                                  Rainald, William, Gundred, Rohese, Sibyl.
                                  [Sybilla Corbet is also named Adela and Lucy]
                                Children
                                1. Has No Children Sibyl Elizabeth De Falsise , Queen Scotland b: ABT 1090 in Westminster, Middlesex, England
                                2. Has No Children Rainald de Dunstanville b: in of, Dunstanville, Kent, England
                                3. Has Children Elizabeth Joan Plantagenet b: BET 1084 AND 1095 in , Gloucestershire, England
                                4. Has No Children Sybillia of Falaise b: ABT 1090
                                5. Has Children Robert de Caen , Earl of Gloucester b: ABT 1090 in of Caen, Calvados, France
                                6. Has No Children Sibyl Elizabeth Queen Scotland b: ABT 1091 in of, Westminster, Middlesex, England
                                7. Has No Children Maud Plantagenet b: 1091 in England
                                8. Has No Children Sybilla Plantagenet b: 1092 in Normandy, France
                                9. Has No Children William the Atheling b: BEF 5 AUG 1103 in Winchester
                                10. Has No Children William Constable b: BEF 1105
                                11. Has No Children Rainald De Dunstanville Fitzroy b: 1105 in of, Dunstanville, Kent, England
                                12. Has No Children William Prince of England b: 1105 in of, England
                                13. Has Children Rainald de Dunstanville Earl of Cornwall b: ABT 1110 in of Dunstanville, Kent, England
                                14. Has Children Rainald De DUNSTANVILLE b: ABT 1111 in of, DUNSTANVILLE, Kent, England
                                15. Has Children Gundred Princess Of England b: ABT 1114 in of, England
                                16. Has No Children Rohese Princess of England b: ABT 1114 in of, England
                                17. Has No Children Alice Princess Of England b: ABT 1117 in of, Selby, Yorkshire, England
                                18. Has No Children Constance of England b: BET 1120 AND 1130
                                19. Has Children Reginald Dunstanville FitzRoy b: 1125

                                Marriage 20 Adelicia Princess of Brabant b: 1102 in of, Brabant, Netherlands
                                • Married: 24 JAN 1120/21 in Windsor, Berkshire, England 6 5

                                Marriage 21 Adeliza de Lorraine b: BET 1102 AND 1103 in Louvain, Belgium
                                Sources:
                                1. Title: glenna_inglis.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 25, 2001
                                2. Title: temp.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 25, 2001
                                3. Title: roberts.GED
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: May 21, 2001
                                4. Title: roberts.GED
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Oct 11, 2001
                                5. Title: ralphroberts.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Dec 15, 2003
                                6. Title: 919019.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Nov 20, 2001
                                7. Title: egibbons.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: May 24, 2001
                                8. Title: Ancestors of Henry II (Plantagenet) King of England
                                  Author: Douglas McMartin
                                  Publication: 15 Nov 1995
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW http://intermid.com/DoutBerg/genealog.y/royhenry.htm
                                  Media: Electronic
                                9. Title: University of Hull Royal Database (England)
                                  Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
                                  Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996
                                  Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk
                                  Media: Electronic
                                10. Title: Garner, Lorraine Ann "Lori"
                                  Publication: P.O. Box 577, Bayview, ID 83803
                                  Note: Her sources included, but may not be limited to: Burke's Landed Gentry, Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerage, Burke's Peerage of American Presidents, Debrett's Peerage, Oxford histories & "numerous othe r reference works"
                                  Note: very good to excellent, although she has a tendency to follow Burke's
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: Hardcopy notes of Lori Garner Elmore.
                                  Media: Letter
                                11. Title: Pomeroy Genealogy
                                  Publication: 1912
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Book
                                12. Title: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar
                                  Publication: WWW
                                  Note: webmaster@PrenticeNet.com
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: http://www.prenticenet.com/roots/surnames/ancient/2caesar.htm
                                  Media: Electronic
                                13. Title: Ahnentafel for Margery Arundell
                                  Author: Marlyn Lewis
                                  Publication: 08 Oct 1997
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Manuscript
                                14. Title: Lineage & Ancestry of HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
                                  Author: Gerald Paget
                                  Publication: Skilton, Edinburgh 1977
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: Vol I p 56
                                15. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Note: BrÝderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1990, Date of Import: 18 Jul 1996
                                16. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Note: BrÝderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1822, Date of Import: 17 Jul 1996
                                17. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 14 Mar 1999
                                18. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 16 Mar 1999
                                19. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 28 Mar 1999
                                20. Title: 11615-2.ftw
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 21 Feb 1999
                                21. Title: actuarius.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 28, 2001
                                22. Title: actuarius.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Apr 4, 2001
                                23. Title: Masland Family.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 26, 2001
                                24. Title: landymas.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: May 8, 2001
                                25. Title: Royal and Noble Genealogy
                                  Author: Tompsett, Brian
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/GEDCOM.html
                                  Media: Electronic
                                26. Title: csaflags.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 25, 2001
                                27. Title: Descent of Hughes
                                  Author: Graham Milne
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW http://www.cogent-comms.co.uk/tree.htm
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: b 1068
                                28. Title: Europšische Stammtafeln (Schwennicke edition)
                                  Author: Dettlev Schwennicke, ed
                                  Publication: Verlag von J.A. Stargardt, Berlin, started being published in 1978
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: ii, 81
                                  Text: b 1068
                                29. Title: Pomeroy Genealogy
                                  Publication: 1912
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Book
                                  Text: ca 1063
                                30. Title: PrenticeNet: A Lineage to Caesar
                                  Publication: WWW
                                  Note: webmaster@PrenticeNet.com
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: http://www.prenticenet.com/roots/surnames/ancient/2caesar.htm
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: ca 1063
                                31. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 46
                                  Text: b Sep 1068
                                32. Title: BrÝderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2558
                                  Author: BrÝderbund Software, Inc.
                                  Publication: Release date: February 9, 1996
                                  Note: Customer pedigree.
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Family Archive CD
                                  Page: Tree #2558
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 25, 1997
                                33. Title: Descent of Hughes
                                  Author: Graham Milne
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW http://www.cogent-comms.co.uk/tree.htm
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: d 1135
                                34. Title: Europšische Stammtafeln (Schwennicke edition)
                                  Author: Dettlev Schwennicke, ed
                                  Publication: Verlag von J.A. Stargardt, Berlin, started being published in 1978
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: ii, 81
                                35. Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760
                                  Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
                                  Publication: 7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992
                                  Note: Same ref source as earlier ed, "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists who Came to New England 1623-1650" ed 1-6
                                  Note: good to very good
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: line 124
                                  Text: no place
                                36. Title: Ahnentafel for Margery Arundell
                                  Author: Marlyn Lewis
                                  Publication: 08 Oct 1997
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Manuscript
                                  Text: died at Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France
                                37. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 50
                                38. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 46
                                39. Title: University of Hull Royal Database (England)
                                  Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
                                  Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996
                                  Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: Hard but just rule
                                40. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 46
                                  Text: Known as Beuclerk or the Lion of Justice
                                41. Title: montereng1.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 11 Sep 2000
                                42. Title: bellchance.ged
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Apr 4, 2001
                                43. Title: gresham1.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 18 Jul 2000
                                44. Title: England2.ftw
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 27, 2000
                                45. Title: NORMANDEY4.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 27, 2000
                                46. Title: England8.ftw
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Mar 28, 2000
                                47. Title: Kvenland.ftw
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: Apr 4, 2000
                                48. Title: Bess's Family.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 22 Jul 2000
                                49. Title: egibbons.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Text: Date of Import: 10 Aug 2000
                                50. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                51. Title: University of Hull Royal Database (England)
                                  Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
                                  Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996
                                  Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: date of this "association" based merely on birth of child
                                52. Title: Ahnentafel for Margery Arundell
                                  Author: Marlyn Lewis
                                  Publication: 08 Oct 1997
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Manuscript
                                  Text: no date, did not marry
                                53. Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760
                                  Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
                                  Publication: 7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992
                                  Note: Same ref source as earlier ed, "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists who Came to New England 1623-1650" ed 1-6
                                  Note: good to very good
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: line 33A p 36
                                  Text: no date
                                54. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 49
                                  Text: association, no date
                                55. Title: Royal Ancestors of Some American Families
                                  Author: Michel L. Call
                                  Publication: printed by the author, 1991
                                  Note: Pedigree charts
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: Mid-Continent Library Genealogy Reference section, Independence, MO
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: chart 11343
                                56. Title: large-G675.FTW
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Other
                                  Page: p 49
                                  Text: unknown mother
                                57. Title: University of Hull Royal Database (England)
                                  Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
                                  Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996
                                  Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: "association" date based on birth of child
                                58. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 49
                                  Text: unknown mother, no date, date is merely to help organize his various wives & mistresses, & when looking at marriage date of her daughter (1186), her daughter was not born bef ca 1150 (more likely 1160 ) & therefor Constance herself was prob not born bef 1120 (maybe 1130).
                                59. Title: Royal Genealogies DB
                                  Author: Denis R. Reid
                                  Publication: 149 Kimrose Lane, Broadview Heights, OH 44147-1258
                                  Note: 216/237-5364
                                  Note: OK
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: http://ftp.cac.psu.edu/~saw/royal/royalgen.html ah189@cleveland.freenet.edu
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: 29 Jan 1122 at Westminster Abbey, London
                                60. Title: University of Hull Royal Database (England)
                                  Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
                                  Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996
                                  Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk
                                  Media: Electronic
                                  Text: This was a marriage, not just a concubine, m 02 Feb 1120/1
                                61. Title: Garner, Lorraine Ann "Lori"
                                  Publication: P.O. Box 577, Bayview, ID 83803
                                  Note: Her sources included, but may not be limited to: Burke's Landed Gentry, Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerage, Burke's Peerage of American Presidents, Debrett's Peerage, Oxford histories & "numerous othe r reference works"
                                  Note: very good to excellent, although she has a tendency to follow Burke's
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: Hardcopy notes of Lori Garner Elmore.
                                  Media: Letter
                                  Text: her 1st m, no date
                                62. Title: Ahnentafel for Margery Arundell
                                  Author: Marlyn Lewis
                                  Publication: 08 Oct 1997
                                  Repository:
                                  Media: Manuscript
                                  Text: m 29 Jan 1121
                                63. Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760
                                  Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
                                  Publication: 7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992
                                  Note: Same ref source as earlier ed, "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists who Came to New England 1623-1650" ed 1-6
                                  Note: good to very good
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: line 1 pp 1-4
                                  Text: m 29 Jan 1121, no place, no issue from this marriage
                                64. Title: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy
                                  Author: Alison Weir
                                  Publication: rev. ed, Pimlico Random House, London 1989, 1996
                                  Repository:
                                  Note: J.H. Garner
                                  Media: Book
                                  Page: p 47
                                  Text: his 2nd m, m 29 Jan (or less probably 02 Feb) 1121
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