Ancestors of Tim Farr and Descendants of Stephen Farr Sr. of Concord, Massachusetts and Lidlington, Bedfordshire, England


Fulbert de FALAISE 1-4484 was born about 978 in of, Falaise, Normandie. Fulbert married (MRIN:2171) Doda of FALAISE-4485.

Doda of FALAISE 1-4485 was born about 980 in of, Falaise, Normandie. Doda married (MRIN:2171) Fulbert de FALAISE-4484.

They had the following children.

  F i Harlette de FALAISE-4466 was born about 1003.
  M ii
Osbern of FALAISE 1-4486 was born about 1012 in of, Falaise, Normandie.
  M iii
Walter of FALAISE 1-4487 was born about 1005 in of, Falaise, Normandie.
  M iv
Reynald Lord of CROY 1-4488 was born about 1008 in of Croy, Picardie, Flandres.

Richard II "The Good" Duke of NORMANDY [Parents] 1, 2, 3-4468 was born about 963 in Normandie, France. He died 4, 5 on 28 Aug 1027 in Fbecamp, Normandie, France. He was buried in Fbecamp, Normandie, France.

Other marriages:
BRETAGNE, Judith de

He had the following children.

  M i Godfrey de CLARE Count of Brionne-5674 died about 1015.

Richard I "Sans Peur" Duke of NORMANDY [Parents] 1, 2, 3-4474 was born on 28 Aug 933 in of, Fbecamp, Normandie. He died 4, 5 on 20 Nov 996 in of, Fbecamp, Normandie. He was buried in of, Fbecamp, Normandie. Richard married (MRIN:2173) Gonnor de CREPON-4475 after 962 in France.

Gonnor de CREPON [Parents] 1, 2-4475 was born about 936 in Normandie, France. She died 3 in 1031 in France. Gonnor married (MRIN:2173) Richard I "Sans Peur" Duke of NORMANDY-4474 after 962 in France.

They had the following children.

  F i
Emma Princess of NORMANDY 1-4476 was born about 982 in of, , Normandie. She died on 6 Mar 1052 in Winchester, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom. She was buried in St Martin's Church, Winchester, Hampshire, Eng.
  M ii Richard II "The Good" Duke of NORMANDY-4468 was born about 963. He died on 28 Aug 1027.
  M iii
Robert de NORMANDIE 1-4477 was born about 965 in Normandie, France. He died in 1037.
  F iv
Mahaud de NORMANDIE 1-4478 was born about 974 in of, Normandie, France. She died before 1017.
  F v
Havoise de NORMANDIE 1-4479 was born about 977 in of, , Normandie. She died on 21 Feb 1034. She was buried in Rennes, Bretagne, France.
  F vi
Bbeatrice de NORMANDIE 1-4480 was born about 987 in of, Normandie.
  M vii
Mauger de NORMANDIE 1-4481 was born about 967 in of Normandie, France.

Conan I Duke of BRETAGNE [scrapbook] 1, 2-4482 was born in 927 in of, , Bretagne, France. He died on 29 Jun 992. Conan married (MRIN:2174) Ermangarde D' ANJOU-4483 in 979 in France.

Ermangarde D' ANJOU [scrapbook] 1, 2-4483 was born about 952 in of, , Anjou, France. She died on 27 Jun 992. Ermangarde married (MRIN:2174) Conan I Duke of BRETAGNE-4482 in 979 in France.

They had the following children.

  F i Judith de BRETAGNE-4469 was born in 982. She died on 16 Jun 1017.

Guillaume I "Longue Epbee" Duke of NORMANDY [Parents] 1, 2, 3-4525 was born 4 about 900 in of, , Normandie, Neustria. He died 5, 6 on 17 Dec 942 in France. Guillaume married (MRIN:2175) Sprote de BRETAGNE-4526 about 932 in of, , Normandie, France.

DEATH: Killed in an ambush.

Sprote de BRETAGNE [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3-4526 was born about 911 in Bretagne, France. Sprote married (MRIN:2175) Guillaume I "Longue Epbee" Duke of NORMANDY-4525 about 932 in of, , Normandie, France.

They had the following children.

  M i Richard I "Sans Peur" Duke of NORMANDY-4474 was born on 28 Aug 933. He died on 20 Nov 996.

Herbastus de CREPON 1-4546 was born about 911 in of Normandie, France. Herbastus married (MRIN:2176) Mrs-Herbastus de CREPON-4547.

Mrs-Herbastus de CREPON 1-4547 was born about 916 in of, , Normandie, France. Mrs-Herbastus married (MRIN:2176) Herbastus de CREPON-4546.

They had the following children.

  F i
Avelina (Aveline) de CREPON 1-4548 was born about 974 in of, Longueville, Normandy, France. She died in France.
  F ii
Wevia (Duceline) de CREPON 1-4549 was born about 942 in of, Pont-Audemer, Eure, France.
  F iii Gonnor de CREPON-4475 was born about 936. She died in 1031.
  M iv
Herfast de CREPON 1-4550 was born about 975 in of, , , France.
  F v
Senfrie (Sainfrie) de CREPON 1-4551 was born about 970 in of, , , France.

Ethelwulf King of WESSEX [Parents] [scrapbook] 1, 2, 3-4496 was born about 806 in of, , Wessex, England, United Kingdom. He died 4 on 13 Jan 857 in England, United Kingdom. He was buried in Stamridge. Ethelwulf married 5 (MRIN:2177) Osburh Queen of WESSEX-4497 about 830.

Other marriages:
FRANCE, Judith Princess of

ETHELWULF (r. 839-856)

Æthelwulf , d. 858, king of Wessex (839-56), son and successor of Egbert; father of Æthelbert, Æthelred, and Alfred. He was lord of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Essex before his father's death in 839. As king of Wessex he was compelled to defend his realm against constant Danish attacks, and he won a notable victory over them at Aclea in 851. He also campaigned against the Welsh. A man of great piety, he went with his son Alfred to Rome in 855. In 856 he took as his second wife Judith, daughter of Charles II (Charles the Bald) of France. Learning before his return to England that his son Æthelbald, who had ruled in his absence, would resist his resumption of the kingship, Æthelwulf left his son as king of Wessex and himself ruled only in Kent and its dependencies, where Æthelbert succeeded him.

Osburh Queen of WESSEX [Parents] 1, 2, 3-4497 was born about 810 in of, , Wessex, England, United Kingdom. She died 4 after 876. Osburh married 5 (MRIN:2177) Ethelwulf King of WESSEX-4496 about 830.

They had the following children.

  M i
Athelstan King of KENT, ESSEX AND SUSSEX [scrapbook] 1, 2-4501 was born about 838 in of, Wantage, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. He died about 850.

ATHELSTAN (r. 924-939)

Edward's heir Athelstan (reigned 925-39) was also a distinguished and audacious soldier who pushed the boundaries of the kingdom to their furthest extent yet. In 927-8, Athelstan took York from the Danes; he forced the submission of king Constantine of Scotland and of the northern kings; all five Welsh kings agreed to pay a huge annual tribute (reportedly including 25,000 oxen), and Athelstan eliminated opposition in Cornwall. The battle of Brunanburh in 937, in which Athelstan led a force drawn from Britain and defeated an invasion by the king of Scotland in alliance with the Welsh and Danes from Dublin, earned him recognition by lesser kings in Britain.

Athelstan's law codes strengthened royal control over his large kingdom; currency was regulated to control silver's weight and to penalise fraudsters. Buying and selling was mostly confined to the burhs, encouraging town life; areas of settlement in the midlands and Danish towns were consolidated into shires. Overseas, Athelstan built alliances by marrying four of his half-sisters to various rulers in western Europe. He also had extensive cultural and religious contacts; as an enthusiastic and discriminating collector of works of art and religious relics, he gave away much of his collection to his followers and to churches and bishops in order to retain their support. Athelstan died at the height of his power and was buried at Malmesbury; a church charter of 934 described him as 'King of the English, elevated by the right hand of the Almighty ... to the Throne of the whole Kingdom of Britain'. Athelstan died childless.
  M ii
Ethelbald King of WESSEX 1, 2-4498 was born about 840 in of, Wantage, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom.

ETHELBALD (r. 856-860)

Ethelbald was the eldest son of Ethelwulf. He took over his father's authority in 855 and married Judith, daughter of Charles the Bald, king of the Franks, who was also his stepmother. He died in 860.
  M iii
Ethelred I King of WESSEX 1, 2-4499 was born about 844 in of, Wantage, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. He died in Apr 871.

ETHELRED (r. 866-871)

Æthelred , d.871, king of Wessex (865-71), son of Æthelwulf and brother of Alfred. He succeeded his brother Æthelbert as king of Wessex and as overlord of Kent and possibly of East Anglia. Æthelred spent his short reign gathering forces to oppose the Danes, who occupied York (866) and ravaged much of England. Alfred was important as his second in command in a series of battles (870-71) and succeeded him in Apr., 871.
  F iv
Ethelswith Queen of MERCIA [scrapbook] 1, 2-4500 was born about 846 in of, Wantage, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. She died about 888.
  M v Alfred "The Great" King of ENGLAND-4489 was born in 849. He died on 26 Oct 901.

Ethelred "Mucil" Eald of The GAINAI 1-4508 was born about 825 in Mersea Island, Essex, England, United Kingdom. Ethelred married (MRIN:2178) Eadburh FADBURN-4509.

Eadburh FADBURN 1-4509 was born about 830 in of, , Mersea, England, United Kingdom. Eadburh married (MRIN:2178) Ethelred "Mucil" Eald of The GAINAI-4508.

They had the following children.

  F i Ealhswith Queen of ENGLAND-4490 was born about 852. She died on 5 Dec 905.

Edward I "The Elder" King of ENGLAND [Parents] [scrapbook] 1-4495 was born 2 about 871 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom. He died 3 on 17 Jul 925 in Farrington, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. Edward married 4 (MRIN:2179) Elfleda Queen of ENGLAND-4610.

Other marriages:
EALDORMAN, Edgiva

EDWARD 'THE ELDER' (r. 899-924)

Well-trained by Alfred, his son Edward 'the Elder' (reigned 899-924) was a bold soldier who defeated the Danes in Northumbria at Tettenhall in 910 and was acknowledged by the Viking kingdom of York. The kings of Strathclyde and the Scots submitted to Edward in 921. By military success and patient planning, Edward spread English influence and control. Much of this was due to his alliance with his formidable sister Aethelflaed, who was married to the ruler of Mercia and seems to have governed that kingdom after her husband's death.

Edward was able to establish an administration for the kingdom of England, whilst obtaining the allegiance of Danes, Scots and Britons. Edward died in 924, and he was buried in the New Minster which he had had completed at Winchester. Edward was twice married, but it is possible that his eldest son Athelstan was the son of a mistress.

Elfleda Queen of ENGLAND 1, 2-4610 was born about 878 in of, , Wessex, England, United Kingdom. She died 3 in 966/967. Elfleda married 4 (MRIN:2179) Edward I "The Elder" King of ENGLAND-4495.

They had the following children.

  M i
Edwin Prince of ENGLAND 1-4611 was born about 902 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom. He died about 933.
  M ii
Ethelwerd Or Elfwerd Prince of ENGLAND 1-4612 was born about 900 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom. He died about 924.
  F iii
Ogive of FRANCE 1-4613 was born about 904 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom. She died after 951.
  F iv
Ethile (Eadhilde) Princess of ENGLAND 1-4614 was born about 908 in of, , Wessex, England, United Kingdom. She died on 14 Sep 937 in France.
  F v
Elfleda Princess of ENGLAND 1-4615 was born about 903 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom.
  F vi
Ethelhilda Princess of ENGLAND 1-4616 was born about 906 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom.
  F vii
Editha Princess of ENGLAND 1-4617 was born about 910 in of, , Wessex, England, United Kingdom. She died on 21 Jan 947.
  F viii Elgiva Princess of ENGLAND-4606 was born about 912. She died in 951.

Edward I "The Elder" King of ENGLAND [Parents] [scrapbook] 1-4495 was born 2 about 871 in Wessex, England, United Kingdom. He died 3 on 17 Jul 925 in Farrington, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. Edward married 4 (MRIN:2180) Edgiva EALDORMAN-5346.

Other marriages:
ENGLAND, Elfleda Queen of

EDWARD 'THE ELDER' (r. 899-924)

Well-trained by Alfred, his son Edward 'the Elder' (reigned 899-924) was a bold soldier who defeated the Danes in Northumbria at Tettenhall in 910 and was acknowledged by the Viking kingdom of York. The kings of Strathclyde and the Scots submitted to Edward in 921. By military success and patient planning, Edward spread English influence and control. Much of this was due to his alliance with his formidable sister Aethelflaed, who was married to the ruler of Mercia and seems to have governed that kingdom after her husband's death.

Edward was able to establish an administration for the kingdom of England, whilst obtaining the allegiance of Danes, Scots and Britons. Edward died in 924, and he was buried in the New Minster which he had had completed at Winchester. Edward was twice married, but it is possible that his eldest son Athelstan was the son of a mistress.

Edgiva EALDORMAN 1-5346 was born about 896 in Kent, England, United Kingdom. Edgiva married 2 (MRIN:2180) Edward I "The Elder" King of ENGLAND-4495.

They had the following children.

  M i Edmund I "the Magnificent" King of MERCIA-5344 was born in 921. He died on 26 May 946.
  M ii
Edred King of MERCIA 1-5347 died in 955.

EDRED (r. 946-955)

Like his successor, his brother Edmund I, Edred (reigned 946-55) also dealt with trouble from Danes in the north. Edred brought up Edmund's sons, Edwy and Edgar, as his heirs, and they both became king in turn.

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