bullet MARGARET(1) was born in 1221 in St Maime, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France. She died on 21 Dec 1295 in Paris, Seine, France. She was buried in Saint Denis, Seine-St-Denis, France. She has reference number 8XJF-0M. of Provence Parents: (Count) Raimund BERENGER V (Count of Provence & Forcalquier). Parents: (Count) Raimund BERENGER V (Count of Provence & Forcalquier) and (Countess) BEATRICE (Countess of Savoy).

She was married to (King) LOUIS IX on 27 May 1234 in Sens, Yonne, France. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED. Children were: (Princess) BLANCHE , (Princess) ISABELLE, (Prince) LOUIS, (King) PHILIPPE III, (Prince) JEAN, (Prince) JEAN TRISTAN, (Prince) PIERRE, (Princess) BLANCHE, (Princess) MARGUERITE, (Prince) ROBERT (Prince of France), (Princess) AGNES.


bullet MARGARET (1) was born on 11 Sep 1275 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. She died in 1318 in Brussels. Parents: (King) EDWARD I (King of England)(Longshanks) and (Queen) ELEANOR (LEONOR) (Queen of England)(Castile) .

She was married to (Duke) JOHN II (Duke of Brabant) on 8 Jul 1290 in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.


bullet (Baroness) MARGARET(1) died on 29 Sep 1349. Baroness Wake

She was married to (Earl) EDMUND (Earl of Kent) in Dec 1325. Children were: (Countess) JOAN.


bullet MARGARET (1) was born on 20 Jul 1346 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. She died after 1 Oct 1361. Parents: (King) EDWARD III and (Princess) PHILIPPA (Princess of Hainault).


bullet(Countess) MARGARET(1) died in 1541. Countess of Salisbury Parents: (Duke) GEORGE (Duke of Clarence) and (Lady) Isabel NEVILLE.


bulletMARGARET (1). Parents: (Duke) RICHARD (Duke of York) and (Duchess) Cicely NEVILLE (Duchess of York).


bulletMARGARET (1) was born on 20 Jul 1346 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. She died after 1 Oct 1361 in Sp. She was baptised into the LDS church on 7 Jan 1933. She was buried in Abbey Church, Abingdon, Berkshire, England. She has reference number 8XHQ-RQ.

She was married to (Earl) John De HASTINGS in 1359 in Queen's Chapel, Reading, Berkshire, England.


bullet MARGARET (1) was born on 11 Sep 1275 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. She died in 1318. She was baptised into the LDS church on 1 Nov 1930. She has reference number 8WKN-DP.

She was married to (Duke) JEAN II (Duke of Brabant) in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England.


bullet MARGARET (1) was born about 1179 in England. She died after 28 Jan 1232. She was baptised into the LDS church on 19 Nov 1934. She was endowed on 26 Nov 1934. She has reference number 9R30-Q0.

She was married to Roger La ZOUCHE about 1204. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED. Children were: (Baron) Alan La ZOUCHE (Baron Ashby), Eudo (Eon) La ZOUCHE , Lora La ZOUCHE, Alice La ZOUCHE, William La ZOUCHE.


bullet MARGARET (1) has reference number 8Q7X-GR.


bulletMARGARET (Margaret of Scotland) died about 1445. She was born abt1425.

She was married to (King) LOUIS XI (King of France).


bullet (Countess) MARGARETHA (Countess of Holland)(1) was born in 1311 in Le Quesnoy, Normandy, France. She died on 23 Jun 1356 in Le Quesnoy, Normandy, France. She was buried in Valenciennes, Normandy, France. She has reference number 7W1X-MB. Parents: (Count) Willen III D'AVESNES (Count of Hainault) and (Countess) Jeanne De VALOIS (Countess of Hainault).

She was married to (Emperor) LUDWIG IV on 25 Feb 1324.


bullet (Countess) MARGARETHA (Countess of Holland)(1) was born about 1230 in Hertogenbosch, Noord Brabant, Netherlands. She died on 26 Mar 1277. She was endowed SUBMITTED. She was sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She was baptised into the LDS church SUBMITTED. She has reference number 7Z12-7S. Parents: (Count) FLORIS IV (Count of Holland) and (Princess) MATHILDE (Princess of Brabant).

She was married to (Count) Hermann I HENNEBERG (Count of Henneberg) before 12 Jul 1249. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED.


bullet (Princess) MARGUERITE(1) was born about 1286 in Paris, Seine, France. She died after 1294. She has reference number 8XJH-3F. Parents: (King) PHILIPPE IV (King of France) and (Queen) JUANA (JEANNE) (Queen of France).


bullet (Princess) MARGUERITE (Princess of Sicily & Naples) (1) was born about 1274 in Napoli, Italy. She died on 31 Dec 1299. She was baptised into the LDS church on 4 Jun 1934. She was buried in St Jacques, Paris, Seine, France. She has reference number 8XJH-9G. Parents: (King) CARLO II (King of Naples) and (Princess) MARIA (Princess of Hungary).

She was married to (Count) CHARLES (Count of Valois) on 16 Aug 1290 in Corbeil, Marne, France. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED. Children were: Isabel De VALOIS, (King) Philippe VI De VALOIS (France) , (Countess) Jeanne De VALOIS (Countess of Hainault) , Marguerite De VALOIS, Charles II "Magnanime" De VALOIS, Catherine De VALOIS.


bullet (Princess) MARGUERITE(1) was born in 1254 in Paris, Seine, France. She died in 1271. She was baptised into the LDS church on 24 Jun 1933. She was buried in St Denis. She was sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She has reference number 8XJF-96. Parents: (King) LOUIS IX and MARGARET.

She was married to Jean I Duke Of BRABANT before 5 Sep 1270.


bullet (Princess) MARGUERITE(1) was born in 1279 in Paris, France. She died on 14 Feb 1317 in Marlborough Cast. She was buried in Grey Friars Church, London, England. She has reference number 8XJD-46. of France Parents: (King) PHILIPPE III and (Princess) Marie BRABANT (Princess of Brabant).

She was married to (King) EDWARD I (King of England)(Longshanks) on 8 Sep 1299 in Cathedral, Canterbury, Kent, England.


bullet MARIA ANNA(1) of Anhalt


bullet(Princess) MARIA ELIZABETH ISABELLA (Princess of Naples & Sicily) (1) was born about 1261 in Sicily. She died after 20 Dec 1290. She died after 20 Dec 1290 in Napoli, Italy. She was endowed SUBMITTED. She was sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She was baptised into the LDS church SUBMITTED. She has reference number B6F3-W5. Parents: (King) CARLO (King of Jerusalem) and BEATRICE (Provence).

She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED.


bullet (Princess) MARIA (Princess of Hungary)(1) was born about 1258 in Budapest, Hungary. She died on 25 Mar 1323. She was endowed SUBMITTED. She was sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She was baptised into the LDS church SUBMITTED. She has reference number 881F-37. Parents: (King) ISTVAN V (King of Hungary) and (Princess of The Kumans) ERZSEBET (Queen of Hungary).

She was married to (King) CARLO II (King of Naples) in 1270. Children were: (King) KAROLY I MARTEL (King of Hungary), (Princess) MARGUERITE (Princess of Sicily & Naples).


bullet William MARICHALL(1) has reference number F77J-HF.

He was married to Alix D' AVESNES in 1290.


bullet (Countess) MARIE (JEANNE) (Countess of Ponthieu & Montreuil) (1) was born on 17 Apr 1199. She was born on 17 Apr 1199 in Aumale, Seine-Maritime, France. She died in Sep 1250. She died in Sep 1250. She has reference number 9G4S-76. Her last name was "Ponthieu-Montreuil." Parents: (Count) GUILLAUME II (Count of Ponthieu) and (Countess) ALIX (ALICE) (Countess of Vexin).

She was married to Simon II De DAMMARTIN before Sep 1208 in France. Children were: Philippe De DAMMARTIN , (Countess) Jeanne (Joan) De DAMMARTIN (Countess of Ponthieu).

Children were: Philippe De DAMMARTIN , (Countess) Jeanne (Joan) De DAMMARTIN (Countess of Ponthieu).


bullet(Emperess) MARIE FEDOROVNA(1) was born on 26 Nov 1847. She died in 1928.
born "Princess Dagmar of Denmark" became "Empress Marie Fedorovna of Russia" then "the Dowager Empress" Parents: CHRISTIAN IX and (Princess) LOUISE.

Children were: (Tsar) NICHOLAS II, GEORGE, XENIA, MICHAEL , OLGA.


bullet(Grand Duchess) MARIE NICOLAIEVNA (Private). Parents: (Tsar) NICHOLAS II and (Tsarina) ALEXANDRA FEDOROVNA .


bullet MARIE (1) was born on 17 Oct 1853 in St. Petersburg, Russia. She died on 25 Oct 1920 in Zurich. of Russia Parents: (Emperor) ALEXANDER II (Russia) and (Princess) MARIE (Hesse).

She was married to (Duke) ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT (Duke of Edinburg) on 23 Jan 1874 in St. Petersburg, Russia. Children were: MARIE.


bullet MARIE (1) Parents: (Duke) ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT (Duke of Edinburg) and MARIE .

Children were: CAROL II (Rumania), ELISABETH, MARIE.


bulletMARIE (1). Parents: FERDINAND and MARIE.

Children were: PETER.


bullet(Princess) MARIE (Hesse)(1).
Her father was her mother's lover, not her mother's husband. Obtained her birth title "Princess Marie" from her mother's husband, Ludwig. In preparation for marriage, Marie took the name "Maria Aleksandrovna."

She was married to (Emperor) ALEXANDER II (Russia) on 16 Apr 1841. Children were: (Tsar) ALEXANDER III, VLADIMIR, ALEXIS, MARIE , (Grand Duke) SERGE, PAUL .


bullet MARIE (1) of Julich

Children were: ANNE.


bulletMARIE (1). de Medici

Children were: (Queen) HENRIETTA MARIA.


bulletMARIE (1) was born in 1145. She died in 1198. Parents: (King) LOUIS VII (King of France) and (Queen) ELEANOR (Queen of France & England).


bullet Minnie MARINE(1)


bulletBloomer MARKHAM(1).


bulletWilshire MARKHAM(1).


bulletEve MARSHALL(1) was born about 1194 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She died before 1246 in England. She was baptised into the LDS church on 15 Jan 1929. She was endowed on 25 Feb 1929. She has reference number 84ZT-3H.

She was married to William De BRAOSE on 2 May 1230 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She was sealed to spouse on 28 Aug 1958. Children were: Eleanor De BRAOSE, Isabella De BRAOSE.


bullet (Countess) Isabel MARSHALL (Countess of Cornwall)(1) was born on 9 Oct 1200 in Pembroke Castle, Wales. She was christened in Apr 1206 in St. David'S, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She died on 16 Jan 1240 in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England. She was baptised into the LDS church on 12 Dec 1893. She was born in Pembrokeshire, Wales. She was buried in Beaulieu, Southampton, England. She has reference number 8XJ6-6P. Lady

She was married to (Prince) RICHARD (Earl of Cornwall) on 30 Mar 1231 in Fawley, Buckinghamshire, England. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED.

She was married to (Earl of Gloucester) Gilbert De CLARE (Magna Charta Surety) on 9 Oct 1217 in England. Children were: (Countess) Amica De CLARE (Countess of Devon), (Earl) Richard De CLARE (Earl of Gloucester), Isabel De CLARE, (Sir) William De CLARE (Sir Knight), Adeliza De CLARE, Gilbert De CLARE, Agnes De CLARE.


bullet (Countess) Maud (Matilda) MARSHALL (Countess of Norfolk) (1) was born about 1192 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales. She was christened in Sep 1201. She died on 27 Mar 1248. She was baptised into the LDS church on 24 Jan 1931. She was endowed on 30 Jan 1931. She was buried in Tintern Abbey, Chapel Hill, Monmouthshire, England. She has reference number 83XC-M5.

She was married to (Baron) Hugh Le BIGOD (Magna Charta Surety) before 1207 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales.

She was married to (Earl) William Plantagenet De WARENNE (Magna Charta Surety)(Surrey) in 1225 in Surrey, England. Children were: (Earl) John De WARENNE (Earl of Surrey).


bullet Walter MARSHALL(1) has reference number LLZV-DH.

He was married to (Countess) Margaret De QUINCY (Countess of Lincoln) on 6 Jan 1242 in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales.


bullet (Earl) William MARSHALL (2nd Earl of Pembroke)(1) died on 24 Apr 1231. He has reference number LLZR-2C. Nobleman Magna Charta Sureties 1215 ; 2nd Earl of Pembroke Parents: (Lord) William MARSHALL and Isabel De CLARE.

He was married to ELEANOR on 23 Apr 1224. (8) Nobleman Magna Charta Sureties 1215 ; 2nd Earl of Pembroke He was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED.


bullet (Lord) William MARSHALL(1)

He was married to Isabel De CLARE. Children were: (Earl) William MARSHALL (2nd Earl of Pembroke).


bullet John MARSTON(1) was born in Ormsby, Norfolk County, England.
From Ormsby, Norfolk County, England, 1637 to Charlestown, Salem, Mass.

Children were: Manassah MARSTON.


bulletManassah MARSTON(1) was born about 1645 in Salem, Mass.. He died about 1705. Parents: John MARSTON and Sarah.


bullet(King Maker) Charles MARTEL (Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia) (6)(1) was born about 689 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium.(4) (28) The King Maker; First King of France Reign 714-741: The "Hammer" born. 689, died. 741, Frankish King, Mayor of the Place in Austrasia, victor at the Battle of Tours in Oct. 732, stopping the Saracen invasion of Europe insuring our Western Christian civilization; married. (first) Rotrou, died. 724, thought to have been a daughter. of St. Lievin, Bishop of Treves and grand daughter of Count Guerin (or Warin), died. 677, brother of St. Leger, Bishop of Autun; described as being descended from the ancient Burgundian Kings.

Frankish ruler, illegitimate son of Pepin of Heristal and grandfather of Charlemagne. He united all Merovingian kingdoms under his rule and halted the European invasion of the Moors. His sons, Pepin the Short and Carloman, divided the Frankish lands at his death.

Charles Martel (circa 688-741), Carolingian ruler of the Frankish kingdom of Austrasia (in present northeastern France and southwestern Germany). Charles, whose surname means "the hammer," was the son of Pepin of Herstal and the grandfather of Charlemagne. Pepin was mayor of the palace under the last kings of the Merovingian dynasty. When he died in 714, Charles, an illegitimate son, was imprisoned by his father's widow, but he escaped in 715 and was proclaimed mayor of the palace by the Austrasians. A war between Austrasia and the Frankish kingdom of Neustria (now part of France) followed, and at the end of it Charles became the undisputed ruler of all the Franks. Although he was engaged in wars against the Alamanni, Bavarians, and Saxons, his greatest achievements were against the Muslims from Spain, who invaded France in 732. Charles defeated them near Poitiers in a great battle in which the Muslim leader, Abd-ar-Rahman, the emir of Spain, was killed. The progress of Islam, which had filled all Christendom with alarm, was thus checked for a time. Charles drove the Muslims out of the Rhône valley in 739, when they had again advanced into France as far as Lyon, leaving them nothing of their possessions north of the Pyrenees beyond the Aude River. Charles died in Quierzy, on the Oise River, leaving the kingdom divided between his two sons, Carloman and Pepin the Short.


Catholic Encyclopedia
Charles Martel
Born about 688; died at Quierzy on the Oise, 21 October, 741. He was the natural son of Pepin of Herstal and a woman named Alpaïde or Chalpaïde. Pepin, who in 714, had outlived his two legitimate sons, Drogon and Grimoald, and to Theodoald, a son of the latter and then only six years old, fell the burdensome inheritance of the French monarchy. Charles, who was then twenty-six, was not excluded from the succession on account of his birth, Theodoald himself being the son of a concubine, but through the influence of Plectrude, Theodoald's grandmother, who wished the power invested in her own descendants exclusively. To prevent any opposition from Charles she had him cast into prison and, having established herself at Cologne, assumed the guardianship of her grandson. But the different nations whom the strong hand of Pepin of Herstal had held in subjections, shook off the yoke of oppression as soon as they saw that it was with a woman they had to deal. Neustria gave the signal for revolt (715), Theodoald was beaten in the forest of Cuise and, led by Raginfrid, mayor of the palace, the enemy advanced as far as the Meuse. The Frisians flew to arms and, headed by their duke, Ratbod, destroyed the Christian mission and entered into a confederacy with the Neustrians. The Saxons came and devastated the country of the Hattuarians, and even in Austrasia there was a certain faction that chafed under the government of a woman and child. At this juncture Charles escaped from prison and put himself at the head of the national party of Austrasia. At first he was unfortunate. He was defeated by Ratbod near Cologne in 716, and the Neustrians forced Plectrude to acknowledge as king Chilperic, the son of Childeric II, having taken this Merovingian from the seclusion of the cloister, where he lived the name of Daniel. But Charles was quick to take revenge. He surprised and conquered the Neustrians at Amblève near Malmédy (716), defeated them a second time at Vincy near Cambrai (21 March, 717), and pursued them as far as Paris. Then retracing his steps, he came to Cologne and compelled Plectrude to surrender her power and turn over to him the wealth of his father, Pepin. In order to give his recently acquired authority a semblance of legitimacy, he proclaimed the Merovingian Clotaire IV King of Austrasia, reserving for himself the title of Mayor of the Palace. It was about this time that Charles banished Rigobert, the Bishop of Reims, who had opposed him, appointing in his stead the warlike and unpriestly Milon, who was already Archbishop of Trier.

The ensuing years were full of strife. Eager to chastise the Saxons who had invaded Austrasia, Charles in the year 718 laid waste their country to the banks of the Weser. In 719 Ratbod died, and Charles seized Western Friesland without any great resistance on the part of the Frisians, who had taken possession of it on the death of Pepin. The Neustrians, always a menace, had joined forces with the people of Aquitaine, but Charles hacked their army to pieces at Soissons. After this defeat they realized the necessity of surrendering, and the death of King Clotaire IV, whom Charles had placed on the throne but two years previously, facilitated reconciliation of the two great fractions of the Frankish Empire. Charles acknowledged Chilperic as head of the entire monarchy, while on their side, the Neustrians and Aquitainians endorsed the authority of Charles; but, when Chilperic died, the following year (720) Charles appointed as his successor the son of Dagobert III, Thierry IV, who was still a minor, and who occupied the throne from 720 to 737. A second expedition against the Saxons in 720 and the definitive submission of Raginfrid, who had been left the county of Angers (724), re-established the Frankish Monarchy as it had been under Pepin of Herstal, and closed the first series of Charles Martel's struggles. The next six years were devoted almost exclusively to the confirming of the Frankish authority over the dependent Germanic tribes. In 725 and 728 Charles went into Bavaria, where the Agilolfing dukes had gradually rendered themselves independent, and re-established Frankish suzerainty. He also brought thence the Princess Suanehilde, who seems to have become his mistress. In 730 he marched against Lantfrid, Duke of the Alemanna, whom he likewise brought into subjection, and thus Southern Germany once more became part of the Frankish Empire, as had Northern Germany during the first years of the reign. But at the extremity of the empire a dreadful storm was gathering. For several years the Moslems of Spain had been threatening Gaul. Banished thence in 721 by Duke Eudes, they had returned in 725 and penetrated as far as Burgundy, where they had destroyed Autun. Duke Eudes, unable to resist them, at length contented himself by negotiating with them, and to Othmar, one of their chiefs, he gave the hand of his daughter But this compromising alliance brought him into disfavour with Charles, who defeated him in 731, and the death of Othmar that same year again left Eudes at the mercy of Moslem enterprise. In 732 Abd-er-Rahman, Governor of Spain, crossed the Pyrenees at the head of an immense army, overcame Duke Eudes, and advanced as far as the Loire, pillaging and burning as he went. In October, 732, Charles met Abd-er-Rahman outside of Tours and defeated and slew him in a battle (the Battle of Poitiers) which must ever remain one of the great events in the history of the world, as upon its issue depended whether Christian Civilization should continue or Islam prevail throughout Europe. It was this battle, it is said, that gave Charles his name, Martel (Tudites) "The Hammer", because of the merciless way in which he smote the enemy.

The remainder of Charles Martel's reign was an uninterrupted series of triumphant combats. In 733-734 he suppressed the rebellion instigated by the Frisian duke, Bobo, who was slain in battle, and definitively subdued Friesland, which finally adopted Christianity. In 735, after the death of Eudes, Charles entered Aquitaine, quelled the revolt of Hatto and Hunold, sons of the deceased duke, and left the duchy to Hunold, to be held in fief (736). He then banished the Moslems from Arles and Avignon, defeated their army on the River Berre near Narbonne, and in 739 checked an uprising in Provence, the rebels being under the leadership of Maurontus. So great was Charles' power during the last years of his reign that he did not take the trouble to appoint a successor to King Thierry IV, who died in 737, but assumed full authority himself, governing without legal right. About a year before Charles died, Pope Gregory III, threatened by Luitprand, King of Lombardy, asked his help. Now Charles was Luitprand's ally because the latter had promised to assist him in the late war against the Moslems of Provence, and, moreover, the Frankish king may have already suffered from the malady that was to carry him off—two reasons that are surely sufficient to account for the fact that the pope's envoys departed without gaining the object of their errand. However, it would seem that, according to the terms of a public act published by Charlemagne, Charles had, at least in principle, agreed to defend the Roman Church, and death alone must have prevented him from fulfilling this agreement. The reign, which in the beginning was so full of bloody conflicts and later of such incessant strife, would have been an impossibility had not Charles procured means sufficient to attract and compensate his partisans. For this purpose he conceived the idea of giving them the usufruct of a great many ecclesiastical lands, and this spoliation is what is referred to as the secularization by Charles Martel. It was an expedient that could be excused without, however, being justified, and it was pardoned to a certain extent by the amnesty granted at the Council of Lestines, held under the sons of Charles Martel in 743. It must also be remembered that the Church remained the legal owner of the lands thus alienated. This spoliation and the conferring of the principal ecclesiastical dignities upon those who were either totally unworthy or else had naught but their military qualifications to recommend them—as, for instance, the assignment of the episcopal Sees of Reims of Reims and Trier to Milon—were not calculated to endear Charles Martel to the clergy of his time. Therefore, in the ninth century Hincmar of Reims related the story of the vision with which St. Eucher was said to have been favoured and which showed Charles in hell, to which he had been condemned for robbing the Church of its property.

But notwithstanding the almost exclusively warlike character of his reign, Charles Martel was not indifferent to the superior interests of civilization and Christianity. Like Napoleon after the French Revolution, upon emerging from the years 715-719, Charles, who had not only tolerated but perpetrated many an act of violence against the Church, set about the establishment of social order and endeavoured to restore the rights of the Catholic hierarchy. This explains the protection which in 723 he accorded St. Boniface (Winfrid), the great apostle of Germany, a protection all the more salutary as the saint himself explained to his old friend, Daniel of Winchester, that without it he could neither administer his church, defend his clergy, nor prevent idolatry. Hence Charles Martel shares, to a certain degree, the glory and merit of Boniface's great work of civilization. He died after having divided the Frankish Empire, as a patrimony between his two sons, Carloman and Pepin.

GODEFROID KURTH
Transcribed by Michael C. Tinkler




He died on 22 Oct 741 in Quierzy, Aisne, France. He was sealed to parents on 31 Mar 1927. He was buried in St. Denis, France. He was buried in Monastery, St Denis, Seine, France. He has reference number 9GC9-KK.
Parents: (Mayor of the Palace) PEPIN II (The Younger of L'Heuristal) and AUPAIS (ALPAIS). Parents: AUPAIS (ALPAIS).

Children were: (Mayor)(The Short) PEPIN III (Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia), (Mayor) CARLOMAN (Mayor of The Palace).

Children were: GRIFO, CHILTRUD.

Children were: (Mayor) CARLOMAN (Mayor of The Palace), (Mayor)(The Short) PEPIN III (Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia), (Duchess) CHILDTRUDE (HILTRUDE) (Duchess of Bavaria).


bulletElizabeth MARTIAU (MARTAIN)(1) was born on 12 Dec 1625 in Elizabeth City County, Virginia. She died before 24 Jan 1686/87 in Will Processed. She was baptised into the LDS church on 28 Jun 1932. She was endowed on 7 Dec 1932. She was sealed to parents SUBMITTED. She has reference number 3GLM-KG. Parents: Nicholas MARTIAU and Jane BERKELEY.

She was married to (Colonel) George READE in 1640 in Yorkco, Virginia. She was sealed to spouse SUBMITTED. Children were: George READE, Mildred READE, Robert READE, Francis READE, Benjamin READE, Thomas READE, Elizabeth READE, Ann READE, Margaret READE, Thomas READE.


bullet Mary MARTIAU(1) was born about 1627 in Elizabeth City, Virginia. She died before 1657 in Virginia. She has reference number P505-PC. Parents: Nicholas MARTIAU and Jane BERKELEY.


bulletNicholas MARTIAU(1) was born in 1590/91 in Yorkshire, England. He died in 1656/57 in Yorktown, York County, Virginia. He was buried in 1657 in Yorktown, York County, Virginia. He was endowed SUBMITTED. He was baptised into the LDS church SUBMITTED. He has reference number 9PK0-H3.

He was married to Isabel BEECH before 1646 in Virginia.

He was married to Jane BERKELEY in 1623/24 in Elizabeth City, Virginia. Children were: Nicolas MARTIAU, Elizabeth MARTIAU (MARTAIN), Sarah MARTIAU, Mary MARTIAU, Richard MARTIAU.


bullet Nicolas MARTIAU(1) was born in 1623 in York, Virginia. He died before 1657. He has reference number P505-LT. Parents: Nicholas MARTIAU and Jane BERKELEY.


bullet Richard MARTIAU(1) was born in 1630 in Norfolk, Elizabethcity, Virginia. He has reference number P505-HB. Parents: Nicholas MARTIAU and Jane BERKELEY.


bullet Sarah MARTIAU(1) was born about 1625 in Virginia. She was born about 1629 in Virginia. She has reference number P505-N6. She has reference number S2TL-KX. Parents: Nicholas MARTIAU and Jane BERKELEY.


bulletEphraim MARTIN(1) was born in 1675/76. He died in 1733/34.

He was married to Thankful BULLOCK in 1698/99. Children were: Lydia MARTIN.

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