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bulletBaldwin V Count of Flanders.

Children were: Matilda, Judith.


bulletBasina of Thuringia.

She was married to Childeric I King Salian Franks after 463. Children were: Clovis I (Chlodevig) the Great King at Metz, King of Franks.


bullet Beatrice of Vermandois Parents: Heribert I Duke of Vermandois and Richilde of France.

Children were: Adelheid (Werra) of Burgundy.


bulletBertha died after 720. Parents: Theodoric III (Thierry King of Neustria, King of the Frank.

Children were: Charibert (Heribert) Count Laon.


bulletBertha C..

She was married to Paul Henry PITKIN . Children were: Meredith C. PITKIN, Shirley PITKIN.


bullet Bertha M. was born about 1909 in New Hampshire.

She was married to Arthur Elmer PITKIN about 1926.


bullet Bertrade Parents: Hugobert and Irmina .

Children were: Lady Bertha (big footed Bertha) .


bulletBertrade de Montfort. Parents: Simon I DE MONFORT and Isabelle DE BROYES.

Children were: Fulk V Count of Anjou.


bulletBethoc died in 1045. Parents: Malcolm II King of Scotland .

Children were: Duncan I King of Scotland.


bulletBetsy .

She was married to Samuel Dwinell. Children were: Mary Dwinell, Catherine Dwinell.


bullet Blithilde of Cologne, France Parents: Cloderic the Parricide King of Cologne.

Children were: Erchenaud, Gertrudis, Arnoul (Arnoldus) Bishop of Metz.


bulletBodegisel I. Parents: Munderic of Cologne and Arthemia.

Children were: Bodegisel II Gov. Aquitaine .


bulletBodegisel II Gov. Aquitaine died in 580. Parents: Bodegisel I and Palatina of Troyes.

Children were: St. Arnulf Bishop of Metz.


bulletBoditon? .

Children were: Warin Count of Poiteirs.


bulletCaratene? of the Suevi.

Children were: Chilperic (Hilperic) King of Burgundy.


bulletCarloman Major Domo of Austrasia died in 645.

Children were: Doda (Clothilde).


bulletCatherine Kate was born about 1880 in Ohio. Approximate birth date of 1871 from the 1910 census of Norwalk, Ohio, where her age is given as 38 years.
Abstract of obituary found on Ancestry.com gives age at death as 35, and an approximate birth date of 1880.
The 1880 date seems more likely - more consistent with Harold's age. Perhaps she was 28 in 1910 and the census taker made an error. She died on 5 Mar 1915 in Cardington, Ohio. The 1910 federal census of Norwalk, Ohio gives an apparent birthplace of both Catherine's parents as Germany.

She was married to William Harold BLACHLY about 1908. No children.


bullet Cecelia was born in 1517 in Hitcham, Suffolk, England. She died on 8 Dec 1584 in Hitcham, Suffolk, England.

She was married to Henry KIMBALL about 1538 in Hitcham, Suffolk, England. Children were: Henry KIMBALL.


bullet Abbess Holy Trinity Cecily died in 1126. Parents: William I The Conqueror and Matilda.


bullet Charibert (Heribert) Count Laon died in 747. Parents: Bertha .

Children were: Lady Bertha (big footed Bertha) .


bulletCharles II "the Bald" Holy Roman Emperor was born on 13 Jun 823 in Frankfurt, Belgium. He died on 6 Oct 877 in Brides-les-Bains, France. Charles II "the Bald," Holy Roman Emperor and King of France (as Charles I) was born on Jun 13 823 in Frankfurt; died on Oct 6 877 in Brides-les-Bains, France. Upon the death of his father in 840, Charles became king of what is now France, his brothers Pepin, Lothair and Louis ruling the rest of the Empire. He spent much of his reign at war with his brothers, and in 875 he managed to aquire the kingdom of his brother Lothair which included Lorraine and Italy. He had himself crowned Emperor in 876. He died the following year while he was returning from an abortive expedition to Italy to aid Pope John VIII against the Saracens. Parents: Louis I "Le Debonnaire" King of France and Judith.

Children were: Louis II King of France .


bulletCharles III King of France was born on 17 Sep 879. He died on 7 Oct 929 in Peronne, France. Charles IV "the simple," King of France was born on Sep 17 879; died on Oct 7 929 in Peronne, France. He was born after his father's death, and the throne was left first to his brothers, Louis III and Carloman. When they died, a cousin, Charles the Fat was proclaimed king, but was deposed by Eudes, count of Paris. In 898, when Eudes died, Charles the Simple became king at the age of 19. His reign is note chiefly for the piratical incursions of the Norsemen or Normans, who ravaged the coasts of France and sailed up the principal rivers. In 911, to put an end to their depredations, Charles ceded to their chief, Rollo (or Rolf) a large part of what came to be called Normandy, to be held as a fief of the French crown. Also in 911, Charles aquired Lorraine. The last years of his reign were disturbed by the turbulence of some of his great vassals, who broke into open rebellion, declared the throne forfeited, and, in 922, proclaimed as king Robert I, count of Paris, brother of Eudes. In the following year, through the treachery of Herbert de Vermandois, Charles was inveigled into the town of Peronne and imprisoned in its fortress, where he remained until his death six years later. Parents: Louis II King of France.

Children were: Gisele .


bulletCharles the Great (Charlemagne) Holy Roman Emperor was born on 2 Apr 742. He died on 28 Jan 814 in Aachen, Germany. Charles the Great (Charlemagne) King of France and Holy Roman Emperor was born about 742; died on Jan 28 814 at Aachen, Germany. Charles and his brother Carloman succeeded jointly as heirs to their father's kingdom in 768, as was the Frankish custom. Almost immediately after being crowned, Charles had to supress a revolt in Aquitania, a part of his half of the kingdom. He asked his brother for help, but was refused. Upon his return, he found that his brother and his mother, Bertha had entered into an alliance with Desiderius, king of the Lombards, who was at that time attempting to extend his influence over all of Italy, which the Pope viewed with alarm. Charles and Carloman married daughters of Desiderius. Charles soon realized that he needed the goodwill of the Pope to strengthen his own monarchy, and when Carloman died in 768, Charles assumed his brother's kingdom, sent his wife home, and broke off the alliance with Desiderius. He marched to Italy and restored the Papal lands to the Holy See. In this way he extended his rule over Lombardy, and became the guarantor of the temporal possessions of the Church. For the following thirty years, Charles was continuously at war, both defending his empire, and extending Catholicism to the pagan tribes of Germany. By 800, he had forged most of Western Europe into an efficiently run church-state. On Christmas day in that year he was crowned by Pope Leo III with the imperial crown, and became the first Holy Roman Emperor. In the following six years he turned his attention from war to statesmanship, and in those years he created many schools and established artistic curricula for them. He also established a working relationship with the Byzantine empire to the east, overhauled the judicial system, and did much to stimulate economic development in his domain. The reign of Charlemagne brought a level of cultural, political, and economic development to European civilization which had not been seen since the heyday of the Roman Empire, and which would not be seen again for many centuries. In 1806 he divided his empire among his sons, Charles, Pepin, and Louis, although he himself remained active in administrative affairs. Two of the sons, Charles and Pepin, both died before Charlemagne, and when he died in 813, Louis was left as the sole heir to the Holy Roman Empire. Charlemagne married Hildegarde. Parents: Pepin le Bref King of France and Lady Bertha (big footed Bertha).

He was married to Hildegarde of Schwaben in 771. Children were: Louis I "Le Debonnaire" King of France .


bullet Childebert King of Cologne died after 450. Parents: Clovis the Riparian King of Cologne.

Children were: Siegbert the Lame King of Cologne.


bulletChilderic I King Salian Franks died in 481. Parents: Merovic (Meroveus) King of Salian Franks.

He was married to Basina of Thuringia after 463. Children were: Clovis I (Chlodevig) the Great King at Metz, King of Franks.


bullet Chilperic (Hilperic) King of Burgundy died in 486. Parents: Gundicarius (Gundioc) King of Burgundy and Caratene? of the Suevi.

Children were: St. Clothilda the Holy of Burgundy.


bulletChilperic I King of Soissons & Neustria was born in 523. He died in 584. Parents: Clotaire I le Vieux King of Soissons, King of Franks and Haregonde.

He was married to Fredegunda in 567. Children were: Clotaire II le Grand King of Soissons & Neustria, King o.


bullet Clarissa

She was married to Charles D. CLEVELAND.


bullet Cloderic the Parricide King of Cologne died in 509. Parents: Siegbert the Lame King of Cologne.

Children were: Munderic of Cologne, Blithilde of Cologne, France .


bulletClodio I Long Hair King of Salian Franks died in 448. Parents: Wallia King of the Visigoths.

Children were: Merovic (Meroveus) King of Salian Franks.


bulletClodoreius .

Children were: Mrs. Tonantius Ferreolus.


bulletClotaire I le Vieux King of Soissons, King of Franks died in 561. Parents: Clovis I (Chlodevig) the Great King at Metz, King of Franks and St. Clothilda the Holy of Burgundy.

Children were: Chilperic I King of Soissons & Neustria.


bulletClotaire II le Grand King of Soissons & Neustria, King o was born in 584. He died in 628 in Paris. Parents: Chilperic I King of Soissons & Neustria and Fredegunda.

Children were: Dagobert I King of Austrasia, King of Franks.


bulletClovis I (Chlodevig) the Great King at Metz, King of Franks was born in 466. He died on 11 Nov 511 in Paris. Parents: Childeric I King Salian Franks and Basina of Thuringia.

He was married to St. Clothilda the Holy of Burgundy in 493. Children were: Clotaire I le Vieux King of Soissons, King of Franks.


bullet Clovis II (Chlodevig) King of Neustria, Burgundy, King of died in 654. Parents: Dagobert I King of Austrasia, King of Franks and Nantilde.

He was married to St. Bathilda in 649. Children were: Theodoric III (Thierry King of Neustria, King of the Frank.


bullet Clovis the Riparian King of Cologne died after 420.

Children were: Childebert King of Cologne.


bulletColleen .

She was married to Ron Johnson.


bullet Conan I died in 992. Parents: Jubel Berenger.

He was married to Ermengarde of Anjou in 980. Children were: Judith.


bullet Condo Parents: Ounorman Vagena.

Children were: Guillaume III Taillefer Count of Angouleme.


bulletConstance died in 1080. Parents: William I The Conqueror and Matilda.


bullet Constantine I King of Scotland died in 877. Parents: Kenneth MacAlpin King of Scotland.

Children were: Donald II King of Scotland.


bulletCorlieu of Vitapoi. Parents: Amanieu-Gascogne.

Children were: Wulgrin II Count of Angouleme.


bulletCrinan Abbot of Dunkeld.

Children were: Duncan I King of Scotland.


bulletDagobert I King of Austrasia, King of Franks died in 638. Parents: Clotaire II le Grand King of Soissons & Neustria, King o and Altrude (Haldetrude).

He was married to Nantilde in 627. Children were: Clovis II (Chlodevig) King of Neustria, Burgundy, King of.


bullet Daughter of Leutharius Parents: Leutharius Duke of Alemannia and Gerberge of Franconia.

Children were: Sigrada, sister of Didon, Bishop of Poitiers.


bulletDeborah .

She was married to Phineas Royce. Children were: Emelie Royce.


bullet Doda

Children were: Arlotta (Arletta, Herleve) mistress .


bulletDoda (Clothilde) died after 612. Parents: Carloman Major Domo of Austrasia.

Children were: Adalgiselus Duke Brabant.


bulletDonada . Parents: Malcolm II King of Scotland.

She was married to Finlaech MacRory Mormaer of Moray. Children were: MacBeth, King of Scotland.


bullet Donald II King of Scotland died in 900. Parents: Constantine I King of Scotland.

Children were: Malcolm I King of Scotland.

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