William Fitzalan

M, #3421
Father*Alan Fitzalan

Family

Child

Alan Fitzalan

M, #3422
Father*Flaald

Family

Child

Flaald

M, #3423
Father*Alan of Dol, Dapifer of Dol

Family

Child

Alan of Dol, Dapifer of Dol

M, #3424

Family

Child

Enguerran II de Fiennes

M, #3425
Father*William de Fiennes
Mother*Agnes de Danmartin
     Enguerran married Daughter of de Conde.

Daughter of de Conde

F, #3426
     Daughter married Enguerran II de Fiennes, son of William de Fiennes and Agnes de Danmartin.

William de Fiennes

M, #3427
     William married Agnes de Danmartin.

Agnes de Danmartin

F, #3428
     Agnes married William de Fiennes.

Bartholemew de Badlesmere, Lord Badlesmere

M, #3429
     Bartholemew married Margaret de Clare.

Geoffrey FitzPiers, 4th Earl of Essex

M, #3431
Father*Piers de Lutegareshale
Mother*Maude
     Geoffrey married Beatrice de Say.

Piers de Lutegareshale

M, #3433
     Piers married Maude.

King Philip (?) IV of France

M, #3435
Father*King Phillip (?) III of France b. May 1, 1245, d. October 5, 1285
Mother*Isabelle of Aragon
     Philip married (?), Queen of Navarre.

(?), Queen of Navarre

F, #3436

King Phillip (?) III of France1

M, #3437, b. May 1, 1245, d. October 5, 1285
Father*King Louis (?) IX of France b. April 15, 1215, d. August 25, 1270
Mother*Marguerite Berenger b. 1221
     Phillip married Isabelle of Aragon. King Phillip (?) III of France, son of King Louis (?) IX of France and Marguerite Berenger, was born on May 1, 1245.1
Phillip died on October 5, 1285 at age 40.1

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

Isabelle of Aragon

F, #3438

Family

King Phillip (?) III of France b. May 1, 1245, d. October 5, 1285
Child

King Louis (?) IX of France

M, #3439, b. April 15, 1215, d. August 25, 1270
Father*HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France b. September 5, 1187, d. November 8, 1226
Mother*, b. 1188
King Louis IX of France
     His mother, Blanche of Castile, was regent during his minority (1226–34), and her regency probably lasted even after Louis reached his majority; she was his chief adviser until her death. During the early years of the reign, the queen mother suppressed several revolts of the great nobles, led by Pierre Mauclerc (Peter I), duke of Brittany, and supported by Duke Raymond VII of Toulouse and King Henry III of England. In 1240–43, Louis subdued new revolts in S France, securing the submission of Poitou and of Raymond VII, and repulsing a weak invasion (1242) by Henry III. Louis took the cross in 1244, but did not leave on the crusade to Egypt (the Seventh Crusade; see Crusades) until 1248. Defeated and captured (1250) at al-Mansurah, he was ransomed but remained in the Holy Land until 1254, helping to strengthen the fortifications of the Christian colonies. After his return he attempted to bring about a peaceful settlement of territorial claims with Henry III. Agreement was reached in the Treaty of Paris, ratified in 1259. By its terms Louis ceded Limoges, Cahors, and Périgueux to Henry in exchange for Henry's renunciation of Normandy, Anjou, Maine, Touraine, and Poitou and his recognition of the king of France as suzerain for the reduced duchy of Aquitaine. Louis made a favorable treaty with King James I of Aragón by yielding the French claim to Roussillon and Barcelona in return for James's abandonment of his claim to Provence and Languedoc. A respected arbitrator, Louis settled succession disputes in Flanders and Hainaut and in Navarre; he attempted unsuccessfully to settle the bitter controversy between Henry III and the English barons by judging in favor of the king. In 1270, Louis undertook the Eighth Crusade, but he died soon after landing in Tunis. He was succeeded by his son, Philip III. Under Louis IX, France enjoyed unprecedented prosperity and peace. Louis continued the reforms of his grandfather, Philip II. He curbed private feudal warfare, simplified administration, improved the distribution of taxes, encouraged the use of Roman law, and extended the appellate jurisdiction of the crown to all cases. Louis was pious and ascetic, yet a good administrator and diplomat. (http://www.infoplease.com.) His family name was Capet.1 King Louis (?) IX of France, son of HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France and ,, was born on April 15, 1215 in Poissy, départment of Yvelines, région of Île-de-France, France.1
He held the title of King of France during the period 1226 to 1270.1
Louis married Marguerite Berenger on May 27, 1234.1
Louis died on August 25, 1270 in Carthage, Tunisia, at age 55. The cause of his death was the plague. During the journey to pick up his body, Queen Isabel of Aragon, and his brother Alphonso and his wife, all died.1
Louis was Canonized in 1297 as Saint Louis. His feast day is August 25, the anniversary of his death. St. Louis, Missouri was named after Louis in 1765.1

Family

Marguerite Berenger b. 1221
Child

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

Marguerite Berenger

F, #3440, b. 1221
     Marguerite Berenger was also known as . Marguerite Berenger was born in 1221.1
Marguerite married King Louis (?) IX of France, son of HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France and ,, on May 27, 1234.1

Family

King Louis (?) IX of France b. April 15, 1215, d. August 25, 1270
Child

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France1

M, #3441, b. September 5, 1187, d. November 8, 1226
Father*King Philip II (Augustus) (?) II of France
Mother*Isabella of Hainault
     HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France, son of King Philip II (Augustus) (?) II of France and Isabella of Hainault, was born on September 5, 1187.1
Louis married , on May 23, 1200.1
Louis died on November 8, 1226 in Montpensier, départment of Puy-de-Dôme, région of Auvergne, France, at age 39 of dysentery.1

Family

, b. 1188
Child

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

,

F, #3442, b. 1188
     , was born in 1188.1
Blance married HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France, son of King Philip II (Augustus) (?) II of France and Isabella of Hainault, on May 23, 1200.1

Family

HRH King Louis VIII Capet "The Lion" of France b. September 5, 1187, d. November 8, 1226
Child

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

King Philip II (Augustus) (?) II of France

M, #3443
Father*King Louis (?) VII of France b. 1120
Mother*Adele of Champagne
     Philip married Isabella of Hainault.

Family

Isabella of Hainault
Child

Isabella of Hainault

F, #3444

King Louis (?) VII of France

M, #3445, b. 1120
Father*King Louis (?) VI of France
Mother*Adelaide de Maurienne
     Louis married Adele of Champagne. King Louis (?) VII of France, son of King Louis (?) VI of France and Adelaide de Maurienne, was born in 1120.1
Louis married Eleanor of Aquitaine "The Eagle", Duchess of Aquitane, daughter of William X, Duke of Aquitaine and Aenor Aimery, on July 25, 1137 at départment of Gironde, région of Aquitaine, France.1 The marriage of King Louis (?) VII of France and Eleanor of Aquitaine "The Eagle", Duchess of Aquitane was annulled before 1152. on grounds of consanguinity.1

Family 2

Eleanor of Aquitaine "The Eagle", Duchess of Aquitane b. 1122, d. April 1, 1204

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).

Adelaide de Maurienne

F, #3447

King Louis (?) VI of France

M, #3448
Father*King Philip (?) I of France
Mother*Bertha of Holland
     Louis married Adelaide de Maurienne.

King Philip (?) I of France

M, #3449
Father*King Henry (?) I of France
Mother*Princes Anna Yaroslavna of Kiev
     Philip married Bertha of Holland.
Philip married Bertrada de Montfort after 1092.1

Family 2

Bertrada de Montfort b. 1059

Citations

  1. [S3332] Internet Site: A Royal Genealogy Database).