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  1. Baldwin VI the Peaceable of Flanders: Birth: 1030 in Flanders,France. Death: 10 JUL 1070 in Hasnon Abbey

  2. Robert I of Flanders: Birth: Abt 1033 in Flanders,France. Death: 13 OCT 1093 in Kassel,Hessen Nassau,Prussia,Germany

  3. Matilda of Flanders: Birth: 1035 in Flanders,France. Death: 3 NOV 1083 in Caen,Calvados,Normandie,France

  4. Judith Fausta' Of Northumbria: Birth: Abt 1037 in Flanders,France. Death: 1094


Notes
a. Note:   GIVN Baldwin V of SURN Flanders NSFX Count de Lille* AFN 8XJK-Z6 EVEN TYPE Acceded DATE 1035 PLAC Flanders,Normandy,Fr DATE 9 SEP 2000 TIME 17:34:36
  GIVN Baldwin V of SURN FLANDERS NSFX Count of Flanders ABBR Gary Boyd Roberts Book TITL Via a gedcom from Compuserve by Jack McDonald which gave the rather extensive Maybary line AUTH Gary Boyd Roberts
  EVEN TYPE Acceded DATE 1035Entered into hostilities with Emporer Otho II and aquired from that monarch Valenciennes and the Isles of Zealand. He subseqently further increased his territories by another rich accession, that of the citadel of Ghent. GIVN Baldwin V of SURN FLANDERS NSFX Count de Lille* Called Baldwin "the Debonnaire" Count of Flanders 1060-1066. Conflictwith Henry III Emporer of France. Was regent of France 1060-1066. Went withWm. the Conqueror in invasion of England. Dtr. Matilda married Philip 1stof France.
  GIVN Baudouin V Count Of SURN FLANDERS AFN 8XJK-Z6 REPO @REPO1097@ TITL Ancestral File (R) AUTH The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints PUBL Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998 ABBR Ancestral File (R) _MASTER Y REPO @REPO1097@ TITL Ancestral File (R) AUTH The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints PUBL Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998 ABBR Ancestral File (R) _MASTER Y REPO @REPO1097@ TITL Ancestral File (R) AUTH The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints PUBL Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998 ABBR Ancestral File (R) _MASTER Y REPO @REPO1097@ TITL Ancestral File (R) AUTH The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints PUBL Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998 ABBR Ancestral File (R) _MASTER Y DATE 16 SEP 2000 TIME 15:17:58
  DATE 5 MAY 2000
  OCCU Count of Flanders ... SOUR 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ; COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve),#495 says ABT 1012; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 103 says c1013 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,p. 53; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve);Royalty for Commoners, says 1 Sept 1067; COMYNX.GED (Compuserve) says 1 FEB 1067,COMYNJ.TAF (Compuserve),p.5 1 FEB 1067 SOUR gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0001 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning, p. 246, 210; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve), COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 102; Baldwin the Pious - ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); Baldwin V de Lille - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Count of Valenciennes - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Regent of France - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) BALDWIN V, son of BALDWIN IV and AGIVA DE LUXEMBOURG, entered into hostilities with Emporer Otho II and aquired from that monarch Valenciennes and the Isles of Zealand. He subsequently further increased his territories by another rich accession, that of the citidel of Ghent. For hundreds of years before 1066, England had been ruled by Ango-Saxon Kings. When Edward "the Conffesor" died in 1066, William of Normandy saw his chance for a successful invasion of England. He built a fleet of, attracted many knights, and obtained the pope's blessing. He gained victory at the Battle of Hastings and was crowned King of England on Christmas day of 1066. During the next few years, William presided over a gradual redistribution of land in England. Saxon rebellions led to the confiscation of lands, which the Norman Barons received . As a result of this Norman invasion, the English people today are both Norman and Anglo-Saxon extraction. - http://gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0002/G0000048.html#I846 OCCU Count of Flanders ... SOUR 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ; COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve),#495 says ABT 1012; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 103 says c1013 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,p. 53; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve);Royalty for Commoners, says 1 Sept 1067; COMYNX.GED (Compuserve) says 1 FEB 1067,COMYNJ.TAF (Compuserve),p.5 1 FEB 1067 SOUR gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0001 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning, p. 246, 210; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve), COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 102; Baldwin the Pious - ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); Baldwin V de Lille - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Count of Valenciennes - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Regent of France - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) BALDWIN V, son of BALDWIN IV and AGIVA DE LUXEMBOURG, entered into hostilities with Emporer Otho II and aquired from that monarch Valenciennes and the Isles of Zealand. He subsequently further increased his territories by another rich accession, that of the citidel of Ghent. For hundreds of years before 1066, England had been ruled by Ango-Saxon Kings. When Edward "the Conffesor" died in 1066, William of Normandy saw his chance for a successful invasion of England. He built a fleet of, attracted many knights, and obtained the pope's blessing. He gained victory at the Battle of Hastings and was crowned King of England on Christmas day of 1066. During the next few years, William presided over a gradual redistribution of land in England. Saxon rebellions led to the confiscation of lands, which the Norman Barons received . As a result of this Norman invasion, the English people today are both Norman and Anglo-Saxon extraction. - http://gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0002/G0000048.html#I846 OCCU Count of Flanders ... SOUR 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ; COMYNX.ARC (Compuserve),#495 says ABT 1012; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 103 says c1013 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,p. 53; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve);Royalty for Commoners, says 1 Sept 1067; COMYNX.GED (Compuserve) says 1 FEB 1067,COMYNJ.TAF (Compuserve),p.5 1 FEB 1067 SOUR gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0001 SOUR Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning, p. 246, 210; ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve), COMYNI.GED (Compuserve); Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 102; Baldwin the Pious - ROYAL.JRW (Compuserve); Baldwin V de Lille - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Count of Valenciennes - 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); Regent of France - COMYNI.GED (Compuserve) BALDWIN V, son of BALDWIN IV and AGIVA DE LUXEMBOURG, entered into hostilities with Emporer Otho II and aquired from that monarch Valenciennes and the Isles of Zealand. He subsequently further increased his territories by another rich accession, that of the citidel of Ghent. For hundreds of years before 1066, England had been ruled by Ango-Saxon Kings. When Edward "the Conffesor" died in 1066, William of Normandy saw his chance for a successful invasion of England. He built a fleet of, attracted many knights, and obtained the pope's blessing. He gained victory at the Battle of Hastings and was crowned King of England on Christmas day of 1066. During the next few years, William presided over a gradual redistribution of land in England. Saxon rebellions led to the confiscation of lands, which the Norman Barons received . As a result of this Norman invasion, the English people today are both Norman and Anglo-Saxon extraction. - http://gendex.com/users/daver/rigney/D0002/G0000048.html#I846 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 EVEN TYPE Title (Facts Pg) PLAC Comte de Flandre - the Pious


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