Living

____ - ____

Father: Living
Mother: Living

Family 1 : Living
  1.  Living
  2.  Living
  3.  Living

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                                             _Michael W. Martin ______|_____________________
                                            |                                               
                       _Noah Z. Martin _____|
                      | (1902 - ....)       |
                      |                     |                          _____________________
                      |                     |                         |                     
                      |                     |_Magdalena M. Zimmerman _|_____________________
                      |                                                                     
 _Living______________|
|                     |
|                     |                                                _Isreal B. Sensenig _
|                     |                                               |                     
|                     |                      _Isaac K. Sensenig ______|_Rebecca Keller _____
|                     |                     | (1875 - 1956)                                 
|                     |_Susanna Sensinig ___|
|                       (1901 - 1965)       |
|                                           |                          _Jacob B. Weaver ____+
|                                           |                         | (1844 - ....) m 1865
|                                           |_Catherine A. Weaver ____|_Suzanna A. Auker ___
|                                             (1866 - 1926)             (1844 - 1919)       
|
|--Living
|  
|                                                                      _____________________
|                                                                     |                     
|                                            _________________________|_____________________
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|                      _____________________|
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|                     |                     |_________________________|_____________________
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|_Living______________|
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                      |                      _________________________|_____________________
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Alan Bassett

[19340] [19341] [19342] [19343] [19344]

ABT 1165 - 1233

Father: Thomas Basset
Mother: Adeliza (Alice) de Dunstanville

Family 1 : Alice (Aliva, Alina) De Gray
  1. +Hawise Bassett
  2.  Gilbert Basset
  3. +Alice-Alivia- Aline Bassett
  4.  Catherine Basset
  5. +Phillip Bassett

                                                                                                                   _FOUQUE De Basset __________________+
                                                                                                                  | (1015 - ....) m 1040               
                                                                     _THURSTAN "The Norman" Basset _______________|____________________________________
                                                                    | (1050 - 1086) m 1075                                                             
                                    _Ralph Basset __________________|
                                   | (1076 - 1120) m 1110           |
                                   |                                |                                              ____________________________________
                                   |                                |                                             |                                    
                                   |                                |_Thurstine __________________________________|____________________________________
                                   |                                   m 1075                                                                          
 _Thomas Basset ___________________|
| (1110 - 1182) m 1150             |
|                                  |                                                                               ____________________________________
|                                  |                                                                              |                                    
|                                  |                                 _Robert Le Brus _____________________________|____________________________________
|                                  |                                | (1030 - 1098) m 1072                                                             
|                                  |_Agatha De Brus ________________|
|                                    (1079 - ....) m 1110           |
|                                                                   |                                              _Alain III de Bretagne _____________+
|                                                                   |                                             | (0997 - 1040) m 1033               
|                                                                   |_Gunnora (Emma) Brittany ____________________|_Berthe de Chartres de Blois _______
|                                                                     (.... - 1094) m 1072                          (1015 - 1085)                      
|
|--Alan Bassett 
|  (1165 - 1233)
|                                                                                                                  _Henry I Beauclerc King Of England _+
|                                                                                                                 | (1068 - 1135)                      
|                                                                    _Rainald (Reginald) FitzRoy de Dunstanville _|_Sibyl Corbet ______________________
|                                                                   | (1090 - 1175) m 1110                                                             
|                                   _Alan Reginald De Dunstanville _|
|                                  | (1110 - 1156)                  |
|                                  |                                |                                              ____________________________________
|                                  |                                |                                             |                                    
|                                  |                                |_Adelina De Lisle ___________________________|____________________________________
|                                  |                                  (1090 - 1124) m 1110                                                             
|_Adeliza (Alice) de Dunstanville _|
  (.... - 1184) m 1150             |
                                   |                                                                               _Robert de Mortaigne _______________+
                                   |                                                                              | (.... - 1095) m 1054               
                                   |                                 _William De Mortaigne Earl Of Cornwall ______|_Maud "Matilda" De Montgomery ______
                                   |                                | (1084 - 1140)                                 (.... - 1085)                      
                                   |_Beatrice De Mortaigne _________|
                                     (1114 - 1162)                  |
                                                                    |                                              ____________________________________
                                                                    |                                             |                                    
                                                                    |_Isabel Fitz Richard De Clare _______________|____________________________________
                                                                                                                                                       

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[19340] Bullet 1215 Named In Magna Charta, King John Advisor

Basset, of Wycombe, Bucks, by Aline, daughter and coheir of Philip deGai. [Burke's Peerage]


Sheriff of Rutland.[jweber.FTW]

[19341] [S212] Susan Cary

[19342] [S212] Susan Cary

[19343] [S211] Martha Irwin (marirw@yahoo.com)

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William "The Elder" Peverel

[16227] [16228] [16229] [16230] [16231] [16232]

1050 - 28 JAN 1113-1114

Father: Ranulf Peverel
Mother: Maud De Ingelrica

Family 1 : Adelina (Adeliza) Unknown
  1. +Adelise Peverel
  2. +William "The Younger" Peveril

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                                                          ______________________________________________|_____________________________________________________________________
                                                         |                                                                                                                    
                       __________________________________|
                      |                                  |
                      |                                  |                                               _____________________________________________________________________
                      |                                  |                                              |                                                                     
                      |                                  |______________________________________________|_____________________________________________________________________
                      |                                                                                                                                                       
 _Ranulf Peverel _____|
| (1030 - 1072) m 1055|
|                     |                                                                                  _____________________________________________________________________
|                     |                                                                                 |                                                                     
|                     |                                   ______________________________________________|_____________________________________________________________________
|                     |                                  |                                                                                                                    
|                     |__________________________________|
|                                                        |
|                                                        |                                               _____________________________________________________________________
|                                                        |                                              |                                                                     
|                                                        |______________________________________________|_____________________________________________________________________
|                                                                                                                                                                             
|
|--William "The Elder" Peverel 
|  (1050 - ....)
|                                                                                                        _EDMUND (Edward-Edred) I "The Elder" "Magnificient" King Of England _+
|                                                                                                       | (0921 - 0946)                                                       
|                                                         _EDMUND (Edgar) The Peaceful King Of England _|_Elgiva or Aelgifu Queen Of England _________________________________
|                                                        | (0944 - 0975) m 0964                           (0922 - 0944)                                                       
|                      _ETHELRED II King Of England _____|
|                     | (0968 - 1016) m 1002             |
|                     |                                  |                                               _ORDGAR Of England __________________________________________________
|                     |                                  |                                              | (0917 - ....)                                                       
|                     |                                  |_ELFRIDA (Aelfthyth) Queen Of England ________|_____________________________________________________________________
|                     |                                    (.... - 1000) m 0964                                                                                               
|_Maud De Ingelrica __|
  (1032 - ....) m 1055|
                      |                                                                                  _William I Longsword Normandy _______________________________________+
                      |                                                                                 | (.... - 0942)                                                       
                      |                                   _Richard I The Fearless Count Of Normandy ____|_Sprota Of Senlis ___________________________________________________
                      |                                  | (0933 - 0996)                                                                                                      
                      |_Emma Aelgifu Beauclerc Normandy _|
                        (0987 - ....) m 1002             |
                                                         |                                               _Herfastus (or Herbastus) de Crepon _________________________________
                                                         |                                              |                                                                     
                                                         |_Gunner Of CrÍpon ____________________________|_Cyrid Unknown ______________________________________________________
                                                           (.... - 1031)                                                                                                      

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[16227] Complete Peerage, IV Appendix I.

Of William Peverel of Nottingham, the elder, very little is known. He isusually said to have been an illegitimate son of the Conqueror, but asthis statement cannot be traced farther back than to the time of theTudors, it is worth little, or nothing. His wife's name was Adeline, andhe had at least four children -- William, who dvp., another William, who succeeded him, and two daughters, Maud, and Adelise, wife of Richard deReviers. The Conqueror gave him extensive possessions, afterwards knownas the honour of Peverel, consisting of about 100 lordships in cos. Nottsand Northants, 14 in co. Derby, and some 20 in cos. Bucks, Leicester,Oxford, Beds, Berks, and Essex. He founded the Priory of St. James atNottingham and that of Lenton in the same county. In the foundationchater of the latter he stated that it was founded. . . He died 28 Jan1113/4. [Complete Peerage IV:Appendix I, pp. 761-2]

--------------------

The following information was excerpted from a post-em by Curt Hofemann,curt_hofemann@yahoo.com:

The claim has been made that William Peverel was a bastard son of Williamthe Conqueror. The source for this is an old pedigree in which Peverelappears to have been added to the family of William. There is no otherdocumentation which presents a relationship supporting Peverel's placement as a royal bastard (there are a few grants from the king, but there is no indication that these represent anything special). Inaddition, William had no other documented bastards, which suggests thatif he did have any, he didn't bother keeping track of them. The morerecent authors that I have seen have tended not to favor such arelationship as being accurate. [Ref: TAF 15 Nov 1996]

Derbyshire and the Domesday Book in 1086
William de Peverel, the next major land holder in Derbyshire, wassomewhat of a mystery. There are strong claims he was the bastard son ofDuke William of Normandy in a relationship with Maud, daughter of a Saxonnoble, Ingleric. Whether this lady was married to Ranulph? before orafter the relationship is uncertain. The difficulty in the argument isone of timing. If he, William Peveral, appears in 1068 in charge ofNottingham Castle, he must have been at least twenty years old. Thatmakes this liaison between Duke William and Maud somewhere around 1046and must have been in Normandy. This is supported by both William and hishalf brother, Ranulf, both being of age, were recorded at the Battle ofHastings. Nevertheless, William Peveral became the holder of NottinghamCastle, and a further 162 lordships and manors throughout England andWales, including the Peak Castle in Derbyshire, all granted by DukeWilliam of Normandy. The grant almost blended the distinction of the twocounties, Nottingham and Derby and courts of assize were held alternatelybetween the two jurisdictions. The royal relationship of William Peveralwas further clouded by Ranulph Peverel, legitmate son of Maud andRanulph, half brother of William, possibly treated (theoretically) as astepson? of the Duke, who, surprisingly, was granted 64 manors, almost asmany as William Peverel (69 manors) in Nottingham. From Ranulph isdescended the distinguished baronial family of Peverel and its manybranches. William Peverel, on the other hand, married Adelina, daughterof Roger de Poitou (see Earl of Lancaster, and Lancashire and theDomesday, on this Web Site) and acquired, through her, many lordships inLancashire, probably a few years after the Domesday around 1094 or soonafter. when Roger died. William was succeeded by his second son, WilliamPeverel.

This Peverel mystery could all be wrapped up with some small conjecture.Maud could have been a Saxon lady who was in the train of Edward theConfessor in his thirty year exile in Normandy, and, after the liaisonwith the Duke, Maud later married Ranulph, a Norman noble in Normandy.This latter's background is unclear, but he must obviously have made thegrade at the Norman Court. Hence, both half brothers were of age, and atthe Battle of Hastings with the Duke. The Duke was not without favour toboth.

William Peverel Holdings; Derbyshire 1086: Abney, Bolsover Bradwell,Codnor, Glapwell, Hazlebadge, Heanor, Hucklow, Langley, Litton, Shirland,South Normanton, South Wingfield, Uftonfields [Ref:http://www.genealogyweb.com/Derbyshire.htm]

In 1086 the Doomsday book was produced and a publication on this book wasproduced (edited) by Thomas Hinde and published by Hutchinson, ISBN 09161830 4... From page 338 it gives a list of major landholders and, onpage 341

are two very intriguing entries :
Ranulf Peverel, married former mistress of William I (the Conqueror).
Holdings in Berks., Norfolk, Oxon. and Suffolk.
William Peverel. Perhaps illegitimate son of William I by his mistress;took name of Peverel from stepfather, who married her. Large holdings inNotts. and Derbys. Also in six other counties. [Ref: Leo van de Pas 1 Jan2001]

William Peverel is shown in Domesday People by Keats-Rohan as WillelmPeurel de Nottingeham, where it says of him, that there is no directevidence of any relationship with Ranulf Peverel... but it is highlylikely they were related and possibly quite closely. They both heldlordships in west Normandy, Ranuld at Vengeons, Manche, Sourdeval, andWilliam at "Turgistorp". He had a brother, Robert, and by his wifeAdeline, he had issue two sons named William, of whom one predeceasedhim, and a daughter Adeliz who married Richard I de Redvers. He died 28Jan 1113/14.

Ranulf Peuerel was from Vengeons. His wife Athelida was a confrater of StAlbans. Keats-Rohan refers to the "spurious account of this marriage,with Ranulf's wife converted into an Ingelrica, mistress of William I, asprinted in Mon. Ang. iii, is unworthy of repetition". His successor washis son William, died before 1129/30. [Ref: Renia Simmonds 2 Jan 2001]

"William the Conqueror" by David C Douglas, Yale University Press, NewHaven and London 1964, reprinted 1999 makes no mention of any mistress orbastard children of William the Conqueror. Neither are the Peverelsmentioned.

In case anyone is still curious about the legend, a discussion of WilliamPeverel's parentage by the Victorian herald, J.R.Planche, is on PatPatterson's site at:

http://patpnyc.com/reading.shtml
Planche actually defends the story that William Peverel was anillegitimate son of the Conqueror, despite its having already beenrejected by "Eaton" (Eyton?), and by Freeman, "with contempt andindignation". The only sources cited for the story are post-medieval, andPlanche's least tenuous piece of corroborative evidence seems to be thatWilliam Peverel, when founding a priory, made no provision for hisparents' souls, but did so for the souls of King William and QueenMatilda, with other members of the royal family. (If anything, this seemsto be an argument in favour of his being a "legitimate" son of the Conqueror!) [Ref: Chris Phillips 2 Jan 2001]

[DE NOTTINGHAM]/


Complete Peerage, IV Appendix I.

Of William Peverel of Nottingham, the elder, very little is known. He isusually said to have been an illegitimate son of the Conqueror, but asthis statement cannot be traced farther back than to the time of theTudors, it is worth little, or nothing. His wife's name was Adeline, andhe had at least four children -- William, who dvp., another William, whosucceeded him, and two daughters, Maud, andAdelise, wife of Richard deReviers. The Conqueror gave him extensive possessions, afterwards knownas the honour of Peverel, consisting of about 100 lordships in cos. Nottsand Northants, 14 in co. Derby, and some 20 in cos. Bucks, Leicester,Oxford, Beds, Berks, and Essex. He founded the Priory of St. JamesatNottingham and that of Lenton in the same county. In the foundationchater ofthe latter he stated that it was founded. . . He died 28 Jan1113/4. [Complete Peerage IV:Appendix I, pp. 761-2]

--------------------

The following information was excerpted from a post-em by Curt Hofemann,curt_hofemann@yahoo.com:

The claim has been made that William Peverel was a bastard son of Williamthe Conqueror. The source for this is an old pedigree in which Peverelappears to have been added to the family of William. There is no otherdocumentation which presents a relationship supporting Peverel'splacement as a royal bastard (there are a few grants from the king, butthere is no indication that theserepresent anything special). Inaddition, William had no other documented bastards, which suggests thatif he did have any, he didn't bother keeping track of them. The morerecent authors that I have seen have tended not to favor sucharelationship as being accurate. [Ref: TAF 15 Nov 1996]

Derbyshire and theDomesday Book in 1086
William de Peverel, the next major land holder in Derbyshire, wassomewhat of a mystery. There are strong claims he was the bastard son ofDuke William of Normandy in a relationship with Maud, daughter of a Saxonnoble, Ingleric. Whether this lady was married to Ranulph? before orafter the relationship is uncertain. The difficulty in the argument isone of timing. If he, William Peveral, appears in 1068 in charge ofNottingham Castle, he must have been at least twenty years old. Thatmakes this liaison between Duke Williamand Maud somewhere around 1046 andmust have been in Normandy. This is supported by both William and hishalf brother, Ranulf, both being of age, were recorded at the Battle ofHastings. Nevertheless, William Peveral became the holder of NottinghamCastle, and a further 162 lordships and manors throughout England andWales, including the Peak Castle in Derbyshire, all granted by DukeWilliamof Normandy. The grant almost blended the distinction of the twocounties, Nottingham and Derby and courts of assize were held alternatelybetween the two jurisdictions. The royal relationship of William Peveralwas further clouded by Ranulph Peverel, legitmate son of Maud andRanulph, half brother of William, possibly treated (theoretically) as astepson? of the Duke, who, surprisingly, wasgranted 64 manors, almost asmany as William Peverel (69 manors) in Nottingham. From Ranulph isdescended the distinguished baronial family of Peverel and its manybranches. William Peverel, on the other hand, married Adelina, daughterof Roger de Poitou (see Earl of Lancaster, and Lancashire and theDomesday, on this Web Site) and acquired, through her, many lordships inLancashire, probably a few years after the Domesday around 1094 or soonafter. when Roger died. William was succeeded by his second son, WilliamPeverel.

This Peverel mystery could all be wrapped up with some small conjecture.Maud could have been a Saxon lady who was in the train of Edward theConfessor in his thirty year exile in Normandy, and, after the liaisonwith the Duke, Maud later married Ranulph, a Norman noble in Normandy.This latter's backgr

[16228] [S232] Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom; GE Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd

[16229] [S212] Susan Cary

[16230] [S212] Susan Cary

[16231] [S232] Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom; GE Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd

[16232] [S201] Sharon Bearce

[16226] [S232] Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom; GE Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd

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Alexander Stewart 6th Earl of Galloway

[31809]

____ - 24 Sep 1773

Father: James Stewart 5th Earl of Galloway
Mother: Catherine Montgomerie

Family 1 : Anne Keith
  1. +John Stewart 7th Earl of Galloway

                                                                                                                           _Alexander Stewart 1st Earl of Galloway____+
                                                                                                                          | (.... - 1649) m 1600                      
                                                                                 _James Stewart 2nd Earl of Galloway______|_Grisel Gordon ____________________________
                                                                                | (.... - 1671) m 1642                                                                
                                      _Alexander Stewart, 3rd Earl of Galloway _|
                                     | (.... - 1690)                            |
                                     |                                          |                                          ___________________________________________
                                     |                                          |                                         |                                           
                                     |                                          |_Nicola Grierson ________________________|___________________________________________
                                     |                                             m 1642                                                                             
 _James Stewart 5th Earl of Galloway_|
| (.... - 1746) m 1694               |
|                                    |                                                                                     _James Douglas 2nd Earl of Queensberry_____+
|                                    |                                                                                    | (.... - 1671)                             
|                                    |                                           _William Douglas 1st Duke of Queensberry_|_Margaret Stewart _________________________
|                                    |                                          | (1637 - 1695) m 1657                      (.... - 1673)                             
|                                    |_Mary Douglas ____________________________|
|                                                                               |
|                                                                               |                                          _William Douglas, 1st Marquess of Douglas _
|                                                                               |                                         | (.... - 1660) m 1632                      
|                                                                               |_Isabel Douglas _________________________|_Mary Gordon ______________________________
|                                                                                  m 1657                                   (.... - 1674)                             
|
|--Alexander Stewart 6th Earl of Galloway
|  (.... - 1773)
|                                                                                                                          ___________________________________________
|                                                                                                                         |                                           
|                                                                                _________________________________________|___________________________________________
|                                                                               |                                                                                     
|                                     __________________________________________|
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|                                    |                                          |                                          ___________________________________________
|                                    |                                          |                                         |                                           
|                                    |                                          |_________________________________________|___________________________________________
|                                    |                                                                                                                                
|_Catherine Montgomerie _____________|
  (.... - 1757) m 1694               |
                                     |                                                                                     ___________________________________________
                                     |                                                                                    |                                           
                                     |                                           _________________________________________|___________________________________________
                                     |                                          |                                                                                     
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                                                                                |                                          ___________________________________________
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                                                                                |_________________________________________|___________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                                      

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[31809] [S209] Stirnet.com

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Jacob Stover

1688 - 1741

Father: Christian Stover

Family 1 : Sarah I. Boone
  1.  Jacob Stover
  2.  Barbara Stover
  3. +Abraham Stover
Family 2 : Margaret Unknown

                             __
                            |  
                          __|__
                         |     
                       __|
                      |  |
                      |  |   __
                      |  |  |  
                      |  |__|__
                      |        
 _Christian Stover ___|
| (1660 - ....)       |
|                     |      __
|                     |     |  
|                     |   __|__
|                     |  |     
|                     |__|
|                        |
|                        |   __
|                        |  |  
|                        |__|__
|                              
|
|--Jacob Stover 
|  (1688 - 1741)
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|                           |  
|                         __|__
|                        |     
|                      __|
|                     |  |
|                     |  |   __
|                     |  |  |  
|                     |  |__|__
|                     |        
|_____________________|
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Robert White

[12617]

Abt 1370-1380 - ____

Family 1 : Alice (Alecia) Unknown
  1. +John White

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