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House of Wessex - Early English Royalty Edit

By way of Richey / Chapman / Potter / Marbury / Raleigh lineage:

Source: Online Medieval and Classical Library - The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles for entry dated 552AD, compiled at the time of Alfred the Great. Cerdic was the father of Cynric, Cerdic was the son of Elesa, Elesa of Esla, Esla of Gewis, Gewis of Wye, Wye of Frewin, Frewin of Frithgar, Frithgar of Brand, Brand of Balday, Balday of Woden. (Any ancestry for Cerdic of Wessex is highly suspect and probably wrong.)

  1. Cerdic of Wessex (-534), First King of the West Saxons (r.519-534), was a Saxon earldorman who founded a settlement on the coast of Hampshire, England in 495 AD, assumed the title of King of the West Saxons in 519, and became the ancestor of the English royal line, all other English kings endeavoring to trace their lineage directly to him. The Saxons were one of several barbaric tribes from Germany that invaded Britain shortly after the departure of the Roman Empire.
  2. Cynric of Wessex (-560), son of Cerdic of Wessex (-534) who continued to reign in his father's stead as King of Wessex and subjugating the surrounding territory in many battles.
  3. Caewlin of Wessex (-593), son of Cynric of Wessex (-560). Influential in helping his father lead the Saxon Armies in driving the Britains from the Wessex region. But in 592/593 he was deposed and many of his family killed along with himself.
  4. Cuthwine of Wessex (c565-), son of Caewlin of Wessex (-c593). This family was evicted violently from the throne of Wessex by their cousin Ceol in the year 592. They did not regain it for many generations until the time of Cenred below.
  5. Cutha Cathwulf (592-), son of Cuthwine of Wessex (c565-). Lived in exile in Upper Thames region and then in 620 moved to Devonshire region.
  6. Ceolwald of Wessex, son of Cutha Cathwulf (592-). Born c. 615, in 688 he undertook a pilgrimage to Rome to be baptised of Pope Sergius and died there one week later.
  7. Cenred of Wessex, son of Ceolwald of Wessex. (Lived 640?-712?) Returned to the throne as King of Wessex.
  8. Ingild of Wessex (-718), son of Cenred of Wessex, brother of Ine of Wessex who abdicated the throne of Wessex in 726 to make a sacred pilgrimage to Rome.
  9. Eoppa of Wessex, son of Ingild of Wessex. (lived 707?-770?)
  10. Eafa of Wessex, son of Eoppa. (lived 730-790?)
  11. Ealhmund of Kent, son of Eafa, ruled briefly as King of Kent in the year 784.
  12. Egbert, King of Wessex (c769-839) son of Ealhmund of Kent, he was able to wrest control of both Wessex and Kent from the King of Mercia (c 790-839).
  13. Aethelwulf, King of Wessex (c795-858), helped his father conquer the Kingdom of Kent in 825 and inherited his fathers throne in 839. While king he repelled several Viking invasions and undertook a pilgrimage to Rome in 855. Several of his sons succeeded to his thone in turn until the youngest, thru which the royal line continued.
  14. Alfred the Great, King of Anglo-Saxons (ruled 871-899), son of King Æthelwulf of Wessex and Osburga.
  15. King Edward the Elder, son of King Alfred the Great of Wessex andEalhswith.
  16. King Edmund I, son of Edward the Elder and Eadgifu of Kent.
  17. King Edgar of England, son of King Edmund I and Ælfgifu of Shaftesbury.
  18. King Ethelred II, son of King [Edgar of England]] and Ælfthryth.
  19. King Edmund Ironside, son of King Ethelred II and Ælfgifu of York
  20. Prince Edward the Exile, son of King Edmund Ironside of Wessex and Ealdgyth.
  21. Margaret of Wessex (c1045-1093) (aka St Margaret of Scotland), md Malcolm III of Scotland
  22. Matilda of Scotland (c1080-1118), md Henry I, King of England (1068-1135)
  23. Matilda of Normandy (1102-1167), md Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou
  24. Henry II of England (1133-1189) - King of England - md Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (c1124-1204) - claim to English throne as grandson of Henry I (Treaty of Wallingford)
  25. John of England (1167-1216) - King of England, John Lackland Plantagenet of England - primogeniture son of Henry II, md Isabella, Countess of Gloucester (?-c1217)
  26. Henry III of England (1207-1272) - - King of England, Henry III Plantagenet of Winchester - primogeniture son of King John, md Eleanor of Provence (c1223-1291)
  27. Edward I of England (1239-1307) - King of England, m. Eleanor of Castile (1202-1244) - See Plantagenet Family Line for a continuation of his ancestry.
  28. Elizabeth of Rhuddlan (1282-1316) - Princess of England, m. Jan I van Holland (1284-1299)
  29. Eleanor de Bohun (1304-1363) - m. James Butler, 1st Earl of Ormonde (c1305-1337)
  30. Petronilla Butler (?-1387) - m. Gilbert Talbot, 3rd Baron Talbot
  31. Richard Talbot, 4th Baron Talbot (c1361-1383) - m. Ankaret le Strange
  32. Mary Talbot (c1383-?) - m. Sir Thomas Greene
  33. Thomas Greene (1399-1461) - m. Philippa de Ferrers,
  34. Elizabeth Greene (c1416-?) - m. William Raleigh
  35. Edward Raleigh (c1440-c1513) - Sir Edward Raleigh of Farnborough, m. Margaret Verney
  36. Edward Raleigh (c1472-?) - Sir Edward Raleigh of Farnborough, m. Anne Chamberlain
  37. Bridget Raleigh (1506-?) - m. Sir John Cope, 1545 High Sheriff of Northamptonshire
  38. Elizabeth Cope (c1529-1584) - m. John Dryden, Esq. - Parents of 1st Dryden Baronet (see below). Purchased and developed Canons Ashby Estate in Northamptonshire.
  39. Bridget Dryden (c1562-1645) - m. Rev Francis Marbury, Res Hartfordshire, England
  40. Catharine Marbury (1617-1687) - English Immigrant to New England
  41. John Scott (1640-1677) =
  42. Mary Scott (1666-1736) -
  43. Catharine Davis (1704-1740) -
  44. Catharine Godfrey (1732-1809) -
  45. Elizabeth Vaughan (1762-1831) -
  46. Arnold Potter (1804-1872) - The Potter Christ / Mormon Missionary
  47. Mary Adeline Potter (1854-1874) - First anglo child born in LDS Mormon colony at San Bernardino, die age 20 in childbirth.
  48. Mary Ann Chapman (1872-1973) - live to age 101
  49. Leigh Montrose Richey (1902-1989) - Arizona rockhound
  50. Ramona Bethany Richey (1930-2012) - Soprano
  51. Bryce Hall

Charlemagne / European Royal Ancestry Edit

By way of Richey / Chapman / Potter / Marbury / Raleigh lineage: (See #24 in English Royal Line) See also:

  1. Munderic der Franken (bef531-) - a Merovingian claimaint to the Frankish throne. He was a wealthy nobleman and landowner with vast estates in the region around Vitry-le-Brûle.
  2. Mummolin der Franken (bef548-) - a Mayor of the Palace of Neustria
  3. Bodegisel II der Franken (bef565-) - Palace Mayor and Duke of Sueve and his wife probably Saint Oda, Abbess of Amay.
  4. Arnulf of Metz (582-640) - (aka: Saint Arnulf] - Frankish Bishop of Metz
  5. Ansegisel (c606-Bef679) - Duke and Servant to King Sigbert III of Austrasia. Murdered.
  6. Pepin of Herstal Duke and Prince of the Franks (635-714) - (aka: Pepin II) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace
  7. Charles Martel (686-741) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace. Stopped Muslim invasion of Europe at Battle of Tours in 732 AD.
  8. Pepin the Short (714-768) - (aka: Pippin The Younger) - First Carolingian King of France
  9. Emporer Charlemagne (747-814) - King of the Franks and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier.
  10. Pepin, King of Italy (773-810) - born Carloman, was the son of Charlemagne and King of the Lombards (781–810)
  11. Bernard, King of Italy (797-818) - was the King of the Lombards from 810 to 818. He was killed for plotting against his uncle, Emperor Louis the Pious.
  12. Pepin, Count of Vermandois (c815-854) - the first count of Vermandois, lord of Senlis, Péronne, and Saint Quentin.
  13. Herbert I, Count of Vermandois (c848-907) - Herbert controlled both St. Quentin and Péronne and his activities in the upper Somme river valley may have caused Baldwin II to have him assassinated in 907.
  14. Herbert II, Count of Vermandois (884-943) - His marriage with a daughter of king Robert I of France brought him the County of Meaux.
  15. Robert de Vermandois, Count of Meaux (918-968)
  16. Adele of Meaux (c934-c982) - a French noblewoman, she was Countess of Chalon and later Countess of Anjou.
  17. Ermengarde of Anjou (c956-c1024) - the Countess of Rennes, Regent of Brittany.
  18. Judith of Brittany (982-1017) - part of an important double marriage alliance between Normandy and Brittany first recorded by William of Jumièges,
  19. Robert I, Duke of Normandy (c1000-1035) - fought in Norman civil wars
  20. William I, King of England (1027-1087) - (aka: William the Conqueror) - In 1066 became first Norman king of England.
  21. Henry I of England (1068-1135) - King of England, md Matilda of Scotland
  22. Matilda of Normandy (1102-1167) - daughter of Henry I, md. Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou and Maine (1113-1151)
  23. Henry II of England (1133-1189) - King of England - md Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (c1124-1204) - claim to English throne as grandson of Henry I (Treaty of Wallingford). See #24 in English Royal Line above for continuation.

Charlemagne / Hall / Reid / Warren Ancestry Edit

See also

  1. Munderic der Franken (bef531-) - a Merovingian claimaint to the Frankish throne. He was a wealthy nobleman and landowner with vast estates in the region around Vitry-le-Brûle.
  2. Mummolin der Franken (bef548-) - a Mayor of the Palace of Neustria
  3. Bodegisel II der Franken (bef565-) - Palace Mayor and Duke of Sueve and his wife probably Saint Oda, Abbess of Amay.
  4. Arnulf of Metz (582-640) - (aka: Saint Arnulf] - Frankish Bishop of Metz
  5. Ansegisel (c606-Bef679) - Duke and Servant to King Sigbert III of Austrasia. Murdered.
  6. Pepin of Herstal Duke and Prince of the Franks (635-714) - (aka: Pepin II) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace
  7. Charles Martel (686-741) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace. Stopped Muslim invasion of Europe at Battle of Tours in 732 AD.
  8. Pepin the Short (714-768) - (aka: Pippin The Younger) - First Carolingian King of France
  9. Emporer Charlemagne (747-814) - King of the Franks and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier.
  10. Pepin, King of Italy (773-810) - born Carloman, was the son of Charlemagne and King of the Lombards (781–810)
  11. Bernard, King of Italy (797-818) - was the King of the Lombards from 810 to 818. He was killed for plotting against his uncle, Emperor Louis the Pious.
  12. Pepin, Count of Vermandois (c815-854) - the first count of Vermandois, lord of Senlis, Péronne, and Saint Quentin.
  13. Herbert I, Count of Vermandois (c848-907) - Herbert controlled both St. Quentin and Péronne and his activities in the upper Somme river valley may have caused Baldwin II to have him assassinated in 907.
  14. Herbert II, Count of Vermandois (884-943) - His marriage with a daughter of king Robert I of France brought him the County of Meaux.
  15. Robert de Vermandois, Count of Meaux (918-968)
  16. Adele of Meaux (c934-c982) - a French noblewoman, she was Countess of Chalon and later Countess of Anjou.
  17. Fulk III, Count of Anjou (972-1040) -
  18. Ermengarde of Anjou (c1020-) - the Countess of Rennes, Regent of Brittany.
  19. Fulk IV, Count of Anjou (1043-1109) -
  20. Fulk I of Jerusalem (c1090-1143) - Crusader King of Jerusalem
  21. Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou and Maine (1113-1151) - French Nobleman
  22. Hamelin Plantagenet - descendant of Charlemagne (747-814) and early French Royal lineage dating back to the time of Christ. See also Monarchs of France.
  23. William de Warenne (1166-1240), 5th Earl of Surrey - Loyal supporter of King John of England in staving off revolts by the barons and encouraged him to sign the Magna Carta.
  24. John de Warenne (1231-1304), 6th Earl of Surrey - John was prominent during the reigns of Henry III and Edward I. During his long life he fought in the Second Barons' War and in Edward I's wars in Scotland. The king appointed Warenne captain of the campaign against the Scots in early 1298. He raised the siege of Roxburgh and re-took the castle at Berwick.
  25. Griffen Warren 1288 - Illegitimate son who married Isabella de Pulford.
  26. John Warren 1320 - Married Audela Monasterio. By this marriage he became Lord of Ichtefeld.
  27. Griffen Warren 1380 - Married Winnifred Broxton, daughter of one of the heirs of William Broxton of Cheshire, Esq
  28. John Warren 1430A - Married to Helen Chorleton, daughter of John Chorleton
  29. Robert Warren 1485A - Resident of Corlie Estate - Nayland, Suffolk Co
  30. John Warren 1522A - Resident of Corlie Estate - Nayland, Suffolk Co,
  31. John Warren, The Middle 1555 - Resident of Corlie Estate - Nayland, England - Married Elizabeth Scarlett
  32. John Warren, The Immigrant 1585 - Born in Suffolk, immigrated to Watertown MA in 1630 as part of Gen. Winthrop's fleet. He died 1667. Married Margaret Bayley.
  33. Daniel Warren 1628A - Came to America at Age 3 with his father. Lived in Watertown as a farmer and fought in King Philip's War (1675-1676). Married Mary Barron.
  34. Ensign John Warren 1666 - Married Mary Brown - Watertown, MA
  35. Captain Daniel Warren 1689 - Married 1) Rebecca Garfield and 2) Mary Weatherbee
  36. Moses Warren 1728A - Married Persis Rice - descendant of William de Mowbray, a signer of the Magna Carta in 1215
  37. Moses Warren II (1760-1851) - Born in Westboro MA - Veteran Soldier of the American Revolutionary War, Included in the group betrayed by Benedict Arnold at West Point. He married Priscilla Nurse, great grand-daughter of Rebecca Towne Nurse who died in the Salem Witch Trials
  38. Presillia Warren (1792-1847) -
  39. Sophronia Prentiss (1817-1846) - Mormon convert / died on plains of Iowa
  40. Almira Jane Reid (1840-1912) - Mormon Pioneer - md W.W. Hall, an English Immigrant
  41. Cumorah Angus Hall (1867-1918) - Montana blacksmith, died in 1918 flu epidemic
  42. Sylvester Angus Hall (1896-1972) - WWI Veteran & UPRR Steam Locomotive Engineer
  43. Robert Hall
  44. MainTour


Sanders / Cheney / Wells Ancestry Edit

See also:

  1. Munderic der Franken (bef531-) - a Merovingian claimaint to the Frankish throne. He was a wealthy nobleman and landowner with vast estates in the region around Vitry-le-Brûle.
  2. Mummolin der Franken (bef548-) - a Mayor of the Palace of Neustria
  3. Bodegisel II der Franken (bef565-) - Palace Mayor and Duke of Sueve and his wife probably Saint Oda, Abbess of Amay.
  4. Arnulf of Metz (582-640) - (aka: Saint Arnulf] - Frankish Bishop of Metz
  5. Ansegisel (c606-Bef679) - Duke and Servant to King Sigbert III of Austrasia. Murdered.
  6. Pepin of Herstal Duke and Prince of the Franks (635-714) - (aka: Pepin II) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace
  7. Charles Martel (686-741) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace. Stopped Muslim invasion of Europe at Battle of Tours in 732 AD.
  8. Pepin the Short (714-768) - (aka: Pippin The Younger) - First Carolingian King of France
  9. Emporer Charlemagne (747-814) - King of the Franks and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier.
  10. Pepin, King of Italy (773-810) - born Carloman, was the son of Charlemagne and King of the Lombards (781–810)
  11. Bernard, King of Italy (797-818) - was the King of the Lombards from 810 to 818. He was killed for plotting against his uncle, Emperor Louis the Pious.
  12. Pepin, Count of Vermandois (c815-854) - the first count of Vermandois, lord of Senlis, Péronne, and Saint Quentin.
  13. Herbert I, Count of Vermandois (c848-907) - Herbert controlled both St. Quentin and Péronne and his activities in the upper Somme river valley may have caused Baldwin II to have him assassinated in 907.
  14. Herbert II, Count of Vermandois (884-943) - His marriage with a daughter of king Robert I of France brought him the County of Meaux.
  15. Robert de Vermandois, Count of Meaux (918-968)
  16. Adele of Meaux (c934-c982) - a French noblewoman, she was Countess of Chalon and later Countess of Anjou.
  17. Ermengarde of Anjou (c956-c1024) - the Countess of Rennes, Regent of Brittany.
  18. Judith of Brittany (982-1017) - part of an important double marriage alliance between Normandy and Brittany first recorded by William of Jumièges,
  19. Robert I, Duke of Normandy (c1000-1035) - fought in Norman civil wars
  20. William I, King of England (1027-1087) - (aka: William the Conqueror) - In 1066 became first Norman king of England.
  21. Henry I of England (1068-1135) - King of England, md Matilda of Scotland
  22. Matilda of Normandy (1102-1167) - daughter of Henry I, md. Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou and Maine (1113-1151)
  23. Henry II of England (1133-1189) - King of England - md Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (c1124-1204) - claim to English throne as grandson of Henry I (Treaty of Wallingford)
  24. John of England (1167-1216) - King of England, John Lackland Plantagenet of England - primogeniture son of Henry II, md Isabella, Countess of Gloucester (?-c1217)
  25. Henry III of England (1207-1272) - - King of England, Henry III Plantagenet of Winchester - primogeniture son of King John, md Eleanor of Provence (c1223-1291)
  26. Edward I of England (1239-1307) - King of England, m. Eleanor of Castile (1202-1244) - See Plantagenet Family Line for a continuation of his ancestry.
  27. Elizabeth of Rhuddlan (1282-1316) - Princess of England, m. Jan I van Holland (1284-1299)
  28. Margaret de Bohun (1311-1391) - m. Hugh de Courtney
  29. Elizabeth Courtenay (c1333-1395) - m. Andrew Luttrell
  30. Hugh Luttrell (c1364-1428) - m. Katherin Beaumont
  31. Elizabeth Luttrell (c1388-aft1439) - m. John Stratton
  32. Elizabeth Stratton (?-1474) - m. John Andrews
  33. Elizabeth Andrews (1444-1485) - m. Sir Thomas Windsor
  34. Andrew Windsor (1462-1543) - 1st Baron of Windor, inherited manor of Stanwell in Middlesex Co, m. Elizabeth Blount
  35. Edith Windsor (1515-1613) - m. George Ludlow (also had daughter Ursula Ludlow (1547-1613) that md Adrian Scrope - see #35 on Scrope-Throop Family Tree.
  36. Thomas Ludlow (1550-1607) - m. Jane Pile
  37. Roger Ludlow (1590-1664) - m. Mary Cogan, immigrated from London to Massachusetts (1630) and then became a founder of the Colony of Connecticutt (listed as the first Lieutenant Governor). Later moved to Virginia and then to Dublin, Ireland where he and his wife died. - see Google Book : Roger Ludlow - The Colonial Lawmaker
  38. Sarah Ludlow (1625-1665) - m. Nathaniel Brewster
  39. Timothy Brewster (1658-1747) - m. Mary Hawkins
  40. Mary Brewster (1690-1761) - m. Joshua Wells II
  41. Joshua Wells III (1716-1787) - m. Mary Reeves
  42. Selah Wells (1748-1842) - m. Mahetable Tuthill - 4th Cousins - they are both descended from William Wells the Immigrant.
  43. Mehitable Wells (1787-1869) - Early Mormon Convert, m. Aaron Cheney
  44. Elam Cheney (1825-1912) - Utah Pioneer
  45. Elizabeth Ellen Cheney (1857-1940) - Mormon Mexican Colony Settler
  46. Lee Washington Sanders (1897-1989) - Served under Gen Pershing against Pancho Villa's raiders
  47. Frank Sanders (1929-)
  48. Donna Sanders (1959-)

Throop/Scrope Ancestry Edit

See also

  1. Munderic der Franken (bef531-) - a Merovingian claimaint to the Frankish throne. He was a wealthy nobleman and landowner with vast estates in the region around Vitry-le-Brûle.
  2. Mummolin der Franken (bef548-) - a Mayor of the Palace of Neustria
  3. Bodegisel II der Franken (bef565-) - Palace Mayor and Duke of Sueve and his wife probably Saint Oda, Abbess of Amay.
  4. Arnulf of Metz (582-640) - (aka: Saint Arnulf] - Frankish Bishop of Metz
  5. Ansegisel (c606-Bef679) - Duke and Servant to King Sigbert III of Austrasia. Murdered.
  6. Pepin of Herstal Duke and Prince of the Franks (635-714) - (aka: Pepin II) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace
  7. Charles Martel (686-741) - a Frankish statesman and military leader who de facto ruled Francia as the Mayor of the Palace. Stopped Muslim invasion of Europe at Battle of Tours in 732 AD.
  8. Pepin the Short (714-768) - (aka: Pippin The Younger) - First Carolingian King of France
  9. Emporer Charlemagne (747-814) - King of the Franks and from 800 the first emperor in western Europe since the collapse of the Western Roman Empire three centuries earlier.
  10. Pepin, King of Italy (773-810) - born Carloman, was the son of Charlemagne and King of the Lombards (781–810)
  11. Bernard, King of Italy (797-818) - was the King of the Lombards from 810 to 818. He was killed for plotting against his uncle, Emperor Louis the Pious.
  12. Pepin, Count of Vermandois (c815-854) - the first count of Vermandois, lord of Senlis, Péronne, and Saint Quentin.
  13. Herbert I, Count of Vermandois (c848-907) - Herbert controlled both St. Quentin and Péronne and his activities in the upper Somme river valley may have caused Baldwin II to have him assassinated in 907.
  14. Herbert II, Count of Vermandois (884-943) - His marriage with a daughter of king Robert I of France brought him the County of Meaux.
  15. Robert de Vermandois, Count of Meaux (918-968)
  16. Adele of Meaux (c934-c982) - a French noblewoman, she was Countess of Chalon and later Countess of Anjou.
  17. Ermengarde of Anjou (c956-c1024) - the Countess of Rennes, Regent of Brittany.
  18. Judith of Brittany (982-1017) - part of an important double marriage alliance between Normandy and Brittany first recorded by William of Jumièges,
  19. Robert I, Duke of Normandy (c1000-1035) - fought in Norman civil wars
  20. William I, King of England (1027-1087) - (aka: William the Conqueror) - In 1066 became first Norman king of England.
  21. Henry I of England (1068-1135) - King of England, md Matilda of Scotland
  22. Matilda of Normandy (1102-1167) - daughter of Henry I, md. Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou and Maine (1113-1151)
  23. Henry II of England (1133-1189) - King of England - md Eleanor, Duchess of Aquitaine (c1124-1204) - claim to English throne as grandson of Henry I (Treaty of Wallingford)
  24. John of England (1167-1216) - King of England, John Lackland Plantagenet of England - primogeniture son of Henry II, md Isabella, Countess of Gloucester (?-c1217)
  25. Henry III of England (1207-1272) - - King of England, Henry III Plantagenet of Winchester - primogeniture son of King John, md Eleanor of Provence (c1223-1291)
  26. Edward I of England (1239-1307) - King of England, m. Eleanor of Castile (1202-1244) - See Plantagenet Family Line for a continuation of his ancestry.
  27. Edward II of England (1284-1327) - King of England - primogeniture son of Edward I, md. Isabella Capet (c1295-1358)
  28. Edward III of England (1312-1377) - King of England - m. Philippa of Hainaut - Plantagenet Family Line - Royal Lineage
  29. John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (1340-1399) - titular King of Castile and Leon.
  30. Joan Beaufort (1379-1440) - she m. Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland (c1364-1425)
  31. Eleanor Neville (1398-1472) - m. Henry Percy, 2nd Earl of Northumberland
  32. Henry Percy, 3rd Earl of Northumberland (1421-1461) - m. Eleanor Poyings
  33. Elizabeth Percy (1460-1512) - The baroness Scrope, m. Henry Le Scrope 6th Baron Scrope of Bolton - Yorkshire, England
  34. John Scrope (1496-1576) - m. Phillis Hokeby, - England - Son of 6th Baron Scrope
  35. Adrian Scrope (1524-1577) - m. Ursula Ludlow, Aunt to Connecticut founder, Roger Ludlow and a direct descendant of the King Edward I of England. Ursula is daughter of George Ludlow and Edith Windsor, both of royal lineage (see #35 on Wells Family Chart above).
  36. Robert Scrope of Wormsley (1569-) - m. Margaret Cornwall - England
  37. Adrian Scrope (1601-1660) - m. Mary Waller - England - High Court Justice that signed death warrent for King Charles I, executed in 1660 during the English Restoration, Governor of Bristol Castle.
  38. William Throop (1628-1704) - (Alias: Adrian Scrope) m. Mary Chapman (?) - Immigrated from Nottinghamshire England to Rhode Island. Changed name from Adrian Scrope who fled to America as a refugee to avoid persecution (see his father). Original settler of Bristol RI in 1680 and devout Puritan.
  39. Capt William Throope (1678-1737) - m. Martha Colyn - Res: Lebanon, CT. Officer in the colonial militia.
  40. Mary Throop (1707-1795) - m. Thomas Chapman III (1701-1793)
  41. Throope Chapman (1734-1794) - Revolutionary War Veteran, res: Reedsboro, VT, m. Deborah Wilson
  42. Benjamin Chapman (1783-1843) - Mormon Convert from Reedsboro, VT,
  43. Welcome Chapman (1805-1893) - Mormon Convert, Utah Pioneer, Manti UT Stake President
  44. Welcome Chapman (1849-1900) -
  45. Mary Ann Chapman (1872-1973) - live to age 101
  46. Leigh Montrose Richey (1902-1989) - Arizona rockhound
  47. Ramona Bethany Richey (1930-2012) - Soprano and amateur genealogist
  48. Bryce Hall

More Ancestry Lines Edit

  1. Descendants of John Meyrick (1579-1650) - Father of 4 immigrants to 1636 Massachusetts with 800 years of pure ancestral links to Welsh and European Royalty. Common ancestor to Chapman family, Hinckley Family and many more famous Americans.
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