William PEARCE (Revolutionary Sol PS R.I.)
(1) was born on 18 Sep 1716 in Bristol, Rhode Island. He served in
the military between 1775 and 1783 in Revolutionary War Sol RI Line.
William: born 9-18-1716 RI 9-13-1788 RI married Lydia Brown PS RI He died on
13 Sep 1788 in R.I.. Parents: Richard PEARCE and
He was married to
Lydia BROWN about 1742. Children were: Sarah PEARCE
, George PEARCE, Susannah
PEARCE, Elizabeth PEARCE,
William PEARCE, Lydia PEARCE.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1716 in East
Greenwich, Rhode Island. He died about 1754. Parents:
Jeremiah PEARCE and Abigail LONG.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1772 in Bristol,
Rhode Island. He died about 1868. Parents: Thomas PEARCE
(Revolutionary War Sol R.I.) and Abigail WARDWELL
He was married to Mary GLADDING about 1794.
Children were: Mary A. PEARCE,
Abby W. PEARCE, Richard S. PEARCE,
Harriet PEARCE, Jeremiah PEARCE,
George PEARCE, Susan T. PEARCE,
John W. PEARCE, Thomas PEARCE.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1753 in Bristol,
Rhode Island. Parents: Nathaniel PEARCE (Revolutionary
War PS RI) and Mary LINDSAY.
PEARCE(1) was born after 1748 in Bristol,
Rhode Island. Parents: William PEARCE (Revolutionary
Sol PS R.I.) and Lydia BROWN.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1735 in East
Greenwich, Rhode Island. Parents: Giles PEARCE and
He was married to
Catherine GREEN about 1760. Children were: Austus
PEARCE, Phebe PEARCE,
Sarah PEARCE, Catherine PEARCE,
Hannah PEARCE, Deborah PEARCE,
Mary PEARCE, Giles PEARCE,
Comfort PEARCE, Desire PEARCE.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1739 in East
Greenwich, Rhode Island. Parents: John PEARCE and
PEARCE(1) was born about 1766 in Bristol,
Rhode Island. He died about 1844. Parents: George PEARCE
PEARCE(1) was born about 1789 in North
Kingston, Rhode Island. He died about 1856. Parents:
Giles PEARCE and Elizabeth DODGE.
He was married
to Waity NORTHRUP about 1812.
He was married to
Abigail SANFORD about 1815.
PEARCE (Revolutionary War Cpl R.I.)(1)
was born on 7 Jun 1764 in Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island. He
died on 15 May 1846 in South Bristol, Ontario County, New York. He served in
the military 1775 to 1783 in Revolutionary War Sol RI Line.
William, Fanny, RI Line, W 977, BLW #27650-160-55, Soldier lived at Little Compton
RI at enlistment, Soldier applied 21 Nov 1832 Ontario Co NY aged 68, Soldier
married Fanny Walford 16 Oct 1834 at South Bristol in Ontario Co NY & Soldier
died there 15 May 1846 & his widow applied there 13 April 1853 aged 60, one
John D. Walford aged 32 made affidavit 13 April 1853 at South Bristol NY &
stated he was at Soldier's & widow's wedding (relationship not given), widow
applied for BLW 18 April 1855 at Richmond NY & a Dexter Hawks & Edwin
Gilbert were wit's
William: born 6-7-1764 RI died 5-15-1846 NY married. (1) Eleanor Pearce (2) Fanny
Wolford Corporal RI PNSR Parents: (Captain) James PEARCE
(Revolutionary War C L R.I.) and Deborah HUNT
He was married to Eleanor PEARCE about 1790.
He was married to Fanny WOLFORD\WALFORD.
David PEARCE (Twin) (Private). Parents: Rudolph
"Rudy" Allison PEARCE (Marine Corps W. W. II) and
Howran PEARCE (Seminole Indian & Civil War CSA)
(212)(1) was born on 8 May 1838
in Lulu, Columbia County, Florida. He served in the military in Seminole Indian
& Civil War C.S.A..(82)
A03134 PEARCE William Howsen, Texas, Susan(McKinney), Polk Co. Fl, 1909, 08 pages
Pearce, William H., widow Susan J., SC-5683 FL 23 August 1902, WC-6611, service
Seminole War FL Mounted Volunteers Parents: (Reverend)
Levi PEARCE (Seminole Indian War) and Mary Jane HOOKER
He was married to Susan J. MCKINNEY on 10 Feb 1867.
Children were: Birdie Ola PEARCE,
Morse PEARCE, William Orton PEARCE SR..
Howran PEARCE(1) Parents:
Payton S. PEARCE (Civil War CSA) and Licenticia CHANDLER
Martha Elizabeth PEARCE, James
Austin PEARCE, Lessie Lee PEARCE,
Ola Etta PEARCE.
L. PEARCE(1) was born about 1816 in
Clifton Springs, New York. He died about 1874. Parents:
Samuel PEARCE and Eliza LARNED.
He was married
to Margaret HASBROOK about 1839 in Joliet, Illonis.
Sidney PEARCE(1) was born on 3 Jan
1867 in Polk County, Fort Meade, Florida. Parents: John
Mizell PEARCE and Martha Ann LANIER.
were: Pearl PEARCE, Edna PEARCE
, Clifford PEARCE.
T. PEARCE(1) was born in Providence,
Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Parents: Samuel PEARCE JR.
(Revolutionary War Capt. R.I.) and Hannah JERROULD\JERAULD
W. PEARCE(1) was born about 1838 in
Middlesex, New York. Parents: Job PEARCE and
He was married to Louise CAREY
about 1860 in Rushville, N.Y..
Havard PEARCE (Private). Parents: Abbott Theadore
PEARCE and Lucy Jane WILLIAMS.
PEARCE(1) was born about 1750 in Little
Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island. He died about 1829. Parents:
James PEARCE and Sarah SIMMONS.
He was married
to Antrace SAWYER about 1771. Children were:
Godfrey PEARCE, Priscilla PEARCE,
Sarah PEARCE, Timothy PEARCE,
Thomas PEARCE, Priscilla PEARCE,
PEARCE (Private). Parents: Edward Foster PEARCE
and Idora E. GROOVER.
She was married to
Jesse TYRE on 22 Oct 1919 in Lake City, Columbia County, Florida.
Jessie PEARCE (Private). Parents: Joseph Franklin
PEARCE and Ella DOUGLAS.
PEARCE\PERCY SR.(1) was born about
1570 in Pearce Hall, Yorkshire, England.(214)
He has reference number 8SXM-ZF. Parents: Richard
Children were: Richard PEARCE JR.,
(Captain) William PEIRSE\PERCY (Ship Lyon Winthrop Fleet),
(Captain) Michael PIERCE (King Philip's War), John
Richard PEARCE\PERCY SR..
PEARCE\PIERCE (Revolutionary War Cont & RI Line)
(1) was born on 3 Mar 1752 in East Greenwich, Warwick, Rhode Island.
He served in the military in 1776 in Contininal & Rhode Island Line.
Daniel or Daniel Pierce, Mary, Continental & RI Line, W 21973, Soldier was
born 3 Mar 1752 & he married Mary(--) 16 Nov 1793 & she was born 16 September
1760 , Soldier applied 31 Mar 1818 Kent Co. RI, in 1820 Soldier had a wife aged
59 & children at home; Susannah 22 & James aged 19, widow applied 26
September 1838 Providence Co RI aged 78, Soldier died 12 February 1824, widow
stated her cousins Waity & Betsy Sweet were at her married, Soldier's &
widow's son Peleg was born 27 April 1789 prior to their marriage & they petitioned
the General Assembly of RI to restore the rights & privileges as if born
in wedlock, other children were; Sally B. Peirce born 1 February 1794, Elijah
L. born 17 July 1796, Susan A. born 2 April 1798, Christopher B. born 13 August
1799 & he married 1 May 1826 & James B. born 24 Mar 1801 & he married
3 April 1827 He died about 1834. Parents: Thomas PEARCE
and Rebecca SCRANTON.
He was married to
Mary (Bently) SWEET on 16 Nov 1793. Children were:
Peleg PEARCE, Sally B. PEARCE\PIERCE,
Elijah L. PEARCE, Susannah PEARCE,
Susan A. PEARCE\PIERCE, Giles PEARCE,
Christopher B. PEARCE, James B. PEARCE,
Hope PEARCE, Mary PEARCE.
B. PEARCE\PIERCE(1) was born on 1 Feb
1794. Parents: Daniel PEARCE\PIERCE (Revolutionary War
Cont & RI Line) and Mary (Bently) SWEET
A. PEARCE\PIERCE(1) was born on 2 Apr
1798. Parents: Daniel PEARCE\PIERCE (Revolutionary War
Cont & RI Line) and Mary (Bently) SWEET
PECK(1) was christened on 12 Apr 1553
in St. Michael, Plea, , England. She has reference number PB4J-XT. Parents:
Thomas PECK and Ursula GUYBAN
She was married to Augustine SOTHERTON on 22
Sep 1572 in St. Michael, Plea, , England. Children were:
PECK(1) was born about 1527. He has
reference number PB4J-VH.
Children were: Ann PECK
She was married to
Nathaniel PEARCE about 1767.
He was married. Children were:
PEDRO II (King of Aragon)(1) was born
about 1176. King of Aragon 1196-1213 He died about 1213. Parents:
He was married. Children were:
(King) JAMIE I (King of Argon "the Conqueror").
PEDRO III (Prince of Aragon)(1) was
born about 1250. He died in 1285. He has reference number 9B5S-ZS. Parents:
(King) JAMIE I (King of Argon "the Conqueror")
and (Princess) JOLAN (Princess of Hungary).
PEDRO(1). King of Castile and Leon
Children were: (Queen) Constanza PEREZ,
PEDRO (Duke of Cantabria)(1). Parents:
(King) ERVIK (King of the Westgoth).
He was married.
Children were: (Duca) FRUELA (Duca di Cantabria)
William PEIRSE\PERCY (Ship Lyon Winthrop Fleet)
(5)(1) was born about 1591 in
Pearce Hall, Yorkshire, England.(216)
(92) "The branch of Pearces
which settled in Rhode Island is descended from the Percy family of England and
their ancestry has been traced to the year 972. Richard Pearce Jr. was born
1590 and married in England, Martha ________. He resided in Bristol and came
from there in the ship "Lyon". His brother William Peirse "the
Captain of the ship Lyon," he wrote his name Peirse; he was the author of
an almanac for 1639, the first book printed in North America. William was killed
by Spaniards in 1641 at New Providence, one of the Bahamian Islands."
"The ancestry of this family is traced to Manfield, a Danish chieftain;
one who assisted in the subjugation of Normandy 912. The renowned family of Percy
of Northumberland, England, derived their name from Percy Forest in Province
of Maen, Normandy, whence they came with William the Conqueror to England in
1066; one bearing the name was commander of his fleet. The name signifies a stony
place from Pierre. It may signify a hunting place, from pierren, Teutonic, to
hunt; percer, French, to penetrate, to force one's way. Richard, son of Richard
Percy, 21st. generation from Manfield." He was a Ship's Master between
1623 and 1641 in New England.(218)
The following is a transcription from Appendix C, The Ship Lyon, 1630,
of "The Winthrop Fleet of 1630, " by C.E. Banks, originally published
in 1930 (now available from Genealogical Publishing Company as a reprint). The
parentheses are from the original text:
"...Of Captain William Peirse, her Master, more particulars are known. He
had sailed to Plymouth Mass. in 1623 as Master of the "Anne" of London,
bringing the last lot of passengers to the Pilgrim settlement.
He was then a resident of Ratcliffe, parish of Stepney, London, England, and
at that date was about thirty-one years old. He made a voyage to Salem Mass.
in 1629 as Master of the "Mayflower" (not the Pilgrim ship) and thereafter
he was in constant traffic in passengers and merchandise across the Atlantic.
He took up his residence in Boston Mass. in 1632 and was admitted freeman 14
May 1634 (M.C.R., I, 369). His wife, Bridget, joined the church 2 February. 1632/3;
perhaps a second wife, as a William Peirce, mariner of Whitechapel, was licensed
in 1615 to marry Margaret Gibbs. Whitechapel and Stepney are adjoining parishes.
He became a Town and Colony official and was engaged in
coastwise shipping thereafter. He compiled an Almanac for New England which was
the second issue in 1639 from the Daye press at Cambridge.
In 1641, he was killed by the Spaniards while on a voyage to the island of New
Providence, Bahamas Group, whither he was taking passengers for settlement."
The reference to M.C.R. is Mass. Colonial Records.
Genealogical Notes from the High Court of Admiralty Examinations
By J.R. Hutchinson
"William Peirce of Ratcliffe, sailor, deposes 17 Nov., 1624, aged 33. He
was recently at New England, as Master of the Anne of London."
"William Pearse of Boston in New England, sailor, aged 43, deposes 14 June,
1635, that, having known Sir Richard Saltinstall these six years, he was requested
by Mr. John Humphreys, one of Sir Richard partners, to look out for and buy a
ship for a voyage to New England. With the advice of John Taylor, shipwright,
he bought the Thomas afterwards the Richard of London, Nicholas Trerise, Master.
There went in her 20 passengers, who were to pay for their passage five pounds
He died about 1641 in Killed New Providence, Bahama Islands. Parents:
Richard PEARCE\PERCY SR..
He was married to Margaret
GIBBS about 1615 in Whitechapel, London, England.
He was married to
PEPIN I (Aquitaine)(1) was born in
803. He was born about 803 in France. He died in 833. He died between 13 Dec
835 and 838. He was sealed to parents on 23 Dec 1935. He has reference number
9GCS-XJ. King of Aquitaine (814) Parents: (Emperor)
LOUIS I (The Pious) and ERMENGARDE. Parents:
(Emperor) LOUIS I (The Pious) and
(Princess) ERMENGARDE (Hesbaye).
Landan) PEPIN I (Mayor of The Palace Austrasia)
(1) was born about 580. He died about 639.
(4) Pepin the Elder (circa 580-639), founder of the Carolingian dynasty.
A noble of the Frankish kingdom of Austrasia, Pepin, also known as Pepin of Landen,
joined with Arnulf, bishop of Metz, in the struggle to overthrow Brunhild, queen
of Austrasia, in 613, and subsequently governed the kingdom as mayor of the palace
for Brunhild's successor, Clotaire II. Pepin's descendants remained dominant
in Austrasia, and in the following century displaced the Merovingians as the
royal house of the Franks.
Pepin I of Landan died. 639, mayor of the palace of the Frankish kingdom of Austrasia,
force the succession (629) of Dagobert I as king and established the foundation
for the Carolinian dynasty.
He was married to ITTA
. Children were: (Saint) Begue BEGGA.
of the Palace) PEPIN II (The Younger of L'Heuristal)
(6)(1) was born about 635 in
Heristal, Liege, Belgium.(4) Pepin of
Heristal (Pepin II) died. 714, mayor of the place (680-714) of Austrasia and
Neustria, established Carolinian power over the Merovingian kings by making himself
the actual ruler of the Franks. He was the father of Charles Martel and grandfather
of Pepin the Short
Pepin of Heurstal the Hammer or Pepin II Mayor of the Palace in Austrasia in
679 Reign 687-714; of Heristal, died. 714; married. Aupais (Alpais) his concubine.
Pepin of Herstal (635?-714), Carolingian mayor of the palace, who reunited the
Frankish realms in the late Merovingian period. A grandson of Pepin the Elder,
he succeeded to his position in the kingdom of Austrasia around 680. In 687 he
extended Carolingian rule to the other Frankish kingdoms, Neustria and Bourgogne,
but retained members of the Merovingian dynasty as figurehead monarchs in all
three. Two years later he extended his control over the Frisians, a pagan people
living on the North Sea coast. Pepin's death was followed by a civil war and
the succession of his illegitimate son Charles Martel.
He died on 16 Dec 714 in Junille, Meuse, France. He has reference number 9GC9-7T.
Parents: (Duke) ANSEGISEL (Mayor of The Palace Austrasia)
. Parents: (Duke) ANSEGISEL (Mayor of The Palace Austrasia)
and (Saint) Begue BEGGA.
He was married to
AUPAIS (ALPAIS) about 675. Children were: (King
Maker) Charles MARTEL (Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia),
Childebrand AUSTRASIA (De Heristal).
(Duke) DROGO, (Mayor) GRIMOALD II (Mayor of The Palace)
Short) PEPIN III (Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia)
(6)(1) was born in 714 in Austrasia,
France.(4) (Pepin III) about 714-768,
the first Carolinian king of the Franks (751-768). He overthrew the Merovingian
dynasty and had himself crowned king with the support of Pope Zacharias. Pepin
defended papal interests and in 754 turned over to the pope what became the foundation
of the papal states. He was the father of Charlemagne.
Reign 747-751 Mayor of the Place Reign 751-768 King of the Franks, deposed Childeric
III the last of the Merovingian Kings and became the first King of the Franks
of the second race, 751-768 married Bertha, died. 783, daughter of Count Cambert
Pepin the Short (circa 714-68), mayor of the palace of Austrasia and king of
the Franks (751-68), the son of the Frankish ruler Charles Martel, and the grandson
of Pepin of Herstal. He was mayor of the palace during the reign of Childeric
III (reigned about 743-751), the last of the Merovingian dynasty. In 751, Pepin
deposed Childeric and thus became the first king of the Carolingian dynasty.
He was crowned by Pope Stephen II (III) in 754. When the pope was threatened
by the Lombards of northern Italy, Pepin led an army that defeated them (754-55).
He ceded to the pope territory that included Ravenna and other cities. This grant,
called the Donation of Pepin, laid the foundation for the Papal States. Pepin
enlarged his own kingdom by capturing Aquitaine, or Aquitania, in southwestern
France. He was succeeded by his sons Carloman and Charlemagne as joint kings.
Pepin the Short
Mayor of the Palace of the whole Frankish kingdom (both Austrasia and Neustria),
and later King of the Franks; born 714; died at St. Denis, 24 September, 768.
He was the son of Charles Martel. Pepin and his older brother Carloman were taught
by the monks of St. Denis, and the impressions received during their monastic
education had a controlling influence upon the relations of both princes to the
Church. When the father died in 741 the two brothers began to reign jointly but
not without strong opposition, for Griffon, the son of Charles Martel and the
Bavarian Sonnichilde, demanded a share in the government. Moreover, the Duke
of the Aquitanians and the Duke of the Alamannians thought this a favourable
opportunity to throw off the Frankish supremacy. The young kings were repeatedly
involved in war, but all their opponents, including the Bavarians and Saxons,
were defeated and the unity of the kingdom re-established. As early as 741 Carloman
had entered upon his epoch-making relations with St. Boniface, to whom was now
opened a new field of labour, the reformation of the Frankish Church. On 21 April,
742, Boniface was present at a Frankish synod presided over by Carloman at which
important reforms were decreed. As in the Frankish realm the unity of the kingdom
was essentially connected with the person of the king, Carloman to secure this
unity raised the Merovingian Childeric to the throne (743). In 747 he resolved
to enter a monastery. The danger, which up to this time had threatened the unity
of the kingdom from the division of power between the two brothers, was removed,
and at the same time the way was prepared for the deposing of the last Merovingian
and for the crowning of Pepin. The latter put down the renewed revolt led by
his step-brother Griffon, and succeeded in completely restoring the boundaries
of the kingdom. Pepin now addressed to the Pope the suggestive question: In regard
to the kings o the Franks who no longer possess the royal power, is this state
of things proper? Hard pressed by the Lombards, Pope Zacharias welcomed this
advance of the Franks which aimed at ending an intolerable condition of things,
and at laying the constitutional foundations for the exercise of the royal power.
The pope replied that such a state of things was not proper. After this decision
the place Pepin desired to occupy was declared vacant. The crown was given him
not by the pope but by the Franks. According to the ancient custom Pepin was
then elected king and soon after this was anointed by Boniface. This consecration
of the new kingdom by the head of the Church was intended to remove any doubt
as to its legitimacy. On the contrary, the consciousness of having saved the
Christian world from the Saracens produced, among the Franks, the feeling that
their kingdom owed its authority directly to God. Still this external cooperation
of the pope in the transfer of the kingdom to the Carolingians would necessarily
enhance the importance of the Church. The relations between the two controlling
powers of Christendom now rapidly developed. It was soon evident to what extent
the alliance between Church and State was to check the decline of ecclesiastical
and civil life; it made possible the conversion of the still heathen German tribes,
and when that was accomplished provided an opportunity for both Church and State
to recruit strength and to grow.
Ecclesiastical, political, and economic developments had made the popes lords
of the ducatus Romanus. They laid before Pepin their claims to the central provinces
of Italy, which had belonged to them before Liutprand's conquest. When Stephen
II had a conference with King Pepin at Ponthion in January, 754, the pope implored
his assistance against his oppressor the Lombard King Aistulf, and begged for
the same protection for the prerogatives of St. Peter which the Byzantine exarchs
had extended to them, to which the king agreed, and in the charter establishing
the States of the Church, soon after given at Quiercy, he promised to restore
these prerogatives. The Frankish king received the title of the former representative
of the Byzantine Empire in Italy, i.e. "Patricius", and was also assigned
the duty of protecting the privileges of the Holy See.
When Stephen II performed the ceremony of anointing Pepin and his son at St.
Denis, it was St. Peter who was regarded as the mystical giver of the secular
power, but the emphasis thus laid upon the religious character of political law
left vague the legal relations between pope and king. After the acknowledgment
of his territorial claims the pope was in reality a ruling sovereign, but he
had placed himself under the protection of the Frankish ruler and had sworn that
he and his people would be true to the king. Thus his sovereignty was limited
from the very start as regards what was external to his domain. The connection
between Rome and the Frankish kingdom involved Pepin during the years 754-56
in war with the Lombard King Aistulf, who was forced to return to the Church
the territory he had illegally held. Pepin's commanding position in the world
of his time was permanently secured when he took Septimania from the Arabs. Another
particularly important act was his renewed overthrow of the rebellion in Aquitaine
which was once more made a part of the kingdom. He was not so fortunate in his
campaigns against the Saxons and Bavarians. He could do no more than repeatedly
attempt to protect the boundaries of the kingdom against the incessantly restless
Saxons. Bavaria remained an entirely independent State and advanced in civilization
under Duke Tassilo. Pepin's activity in war was accompanied by a widely extended
activity in the internal affairs of the Frankish kingdom, his main object being
the reform of legislation and internal affairs, especially of ecclesiastical
conditions. He continued the ecclesiastical reforms commenced by St. Boniface.
In doing this Pepin demanded an unlimited authority over the Church. He himself
wished to be the leader of the reforms. However, although St. Boniface changed
nothing by his reformatory labours in the ecclesiastico-political relations that
had developed in the Frankish kingdom upon the basis of the Germanic conception
of the State, nevertheless he had placed the purified and united Frankish Church
more definitely under the control of the papal see than had hitherto been the
case. From the time of St. Boniface the Church was more generally acknowledged
by the Franks to be the mystical power appointed by God. When he deposed the
last of the Merovingians Pepin was also obliged to acknowledge the increased
authority of the Church by calling upon it for moral support. Consequently the
ecclesiastical supremacy of the Frankish king over the Church of his country
remained externally undiminished. Nevertheless by his life-work Pepin had powerfully
aided the authority of the Church and with it the conception of ecclesiastical
unity. He was buried at St. Denis where he died. He preserved the empire created
by Clovis from the destruction that menaced it; he was able to overcome the great
danger arising from social conditions that threatened the Frankish kingdom, by
opposing to the unruly lay nobility the ecclesiastical aristocracy that had been
strengthened by the general reform. When he died the means had been created by
which his greater son could solve the problems of the empire. Pepin's policy
marked out the tasks to which Charlemagne devoted himself: quieting the Saxons,
the subjection of the duchies and lastly, the regulation of the ecclesiastical
question and with it that of Italy.
Transcribed by Michael C. Tinkler
He died on 24 Sep 768 in St Denis, Paris, Seine, France. He was baptised into
the LDS church on 18 Sep 1923. He has reference number 9GCB-5M.
Parents: (King Maker) Charles MARTEL (Mayor of The
Palace In Austrasia) and ROTROU (St. Lievin)
. Parents: (King Maker) Charles MARTEL (Mayor of The
Palace In Austrasia) and (Duchess) ROTRUDE (CHROTUDE)
(Duchess of Austrasia).
Children were: (Emperor)
CHARLEMAGNE (King of the Franks), (King) CARLOMAN
(King of France), (Nun) GISELE (Princess of The Franks)
He was married to (Countess of Laon) BERTRADA II
(Queen of The Franks) about 740. Children were:
(Princess) ROTHAIDE (Princess of The Franks), (Nun-Princess)
ADELAIDE (Princess of The Franks), (Princess) GERTRUDE
(Princess of The Franks), (King) CARLOMAN (King of
Burgundy), (Prince) GILLES (Prince of The Franks)
, (Prince) PEPIN (Prince of The Franks),
(Nun) GISELE (Princess of The Franks), (Princess)
ADE (Princess of The Franks).
(Twin)(1) died in 865. Parents:
(Emperor) CHARLES II (The Bald) and RICHILDIS
PEPIN (King of Italy)(1) was born in
Apr 773 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussi. King of Italy (781); monk at Prum after
792 He was christened on 12 Apr 781 in Rome, Italy. He died on 8 Jul 810 in
Milan, Italy. He was sealed to parents on 8 Apr 1936. He has reference number
9GCD-3K. Parents: (Emperor) CHARLEMAGNE (King of the
Franks) and (Emperess) HILDEGARD. Parents:
He was married in 795. Children were:
(King) BERNHARD (King of Italy).
PEPIN (Prince of The Franks)(1) was
born in 756 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia. He died about 761. He was baptised
into the LDS church on 21 Apr 1927. He was endowed on 8 Mar 1933. He has reference
number 9GCC-F5. Parents: (Mayor)(The Short) PEPIN III
(Mayor of The Palace In Austrasia) and (Countess
of Laon) BERTRADA II (Queen of The Franks).
Geoffrey II PERCHE (Count of Perche)(1)
has reference number 9HLZ-WT.
He was married to (Countess)
Beatrice MONTDIDIER (Countess of Perche) about 1072 in Picardy, France.
(1) was born about 1134 in Egmanton, Nottinghamshire, England.
(15) She died before 13 Oct 1204. She was
baptised into the LDS church on 16 May 1931. She was christened in Alnwick,
Northumberland, England. She has reference number 9251-BS.
The male issue became extinct in the reign of Henry II when female descendant,
Agnes De Perci, married Josceline, son of Duke Louvain with agreement he was
to assume the name Percy. Parents: (Lord) William De
PERCY and Alice (Adeliza) De Tunbridge CLARE
She was married to (Baron Percy) Joscelin De Louvain
BRABATUS about 1154 in Egmanton, Nottinghamshire, England. Children were:
(Sir) Henry De PERCY (Sir Knight K.G.),
Robert De PERCY, Ralph De PERCY,
Eleonor De PERCY, Joscelaine De PERCY,
(Baron) Richard De PERCY, Alice De PERCY,
Maud De PERCY (Louvaine).
De PERCY(1) was born about 1130. He
has reference number FL8X-X6. Parents: (Lord) William
De PERCY and Alice (Adeliza) De Tunbridge CLARE
De PERCY(1) was born about 1172 in
Alnwick, Northumberland, England. She was baptised into the LDS church on 16
May 1931. She was endowed on 17 Aug 1931. She has reference number V9ZR-QG.
Parents: (Baron Percy) Joscelin De Louvain BRABATUS
and Agnes De PERCY.
(Algernon) De PERCY(1) was born about
1067 in Alnwick, Northumberland, England.(15)
Parents: (Lord) William De PERCY and
Emma De PORT.
He was married to Emma De GAUNT (GANT)
. Children were: William De PERCY.
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