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ROYAL LINEAGE OF MARGARET JOSEPHINE HOELZER2004 Olympic Swimmer
Margaret Josephine Hoelzer & sister Martha Elizabeth Hoelzer daughter's of
Elizabeth (Warren) Hoelzer, daughter of
Paul Desha Warren, Jr. (deceased), son of
Paul Desha Warren, Sr. and Varina (Taylor)Warren(both deceased) son of
George Bonner Warren 1858-1936 and Madline Jane Walker son of
Starling A. Warren 1824-1896 and Celia Pulley son of
Starling Warren born 10-17-1775 VA died February 1850 Robertson Co., Tenn son of
William Warren 1745-February 1816 and Ann son of
John Warren 1707-2-11-1795 and Mary Rogers son of
William Warren 1680-9-11-1726 and Elizabeth Hackley son of
John R, Warren 1635-11-25-1691 and Rachel Williams son of
William Warren 1586-1644 and Ann Becker son of
who we believe was killed in an Indian raid
Sir Edward Warren, kt was baptized 4-9-1563 Prestbury, England died 11-13-1609 in St. Marys Parish, Poynton Cheshire, England buried on the 14th and Ann Davenport his 2nd wife.He had a total of 24 children by 2 of 3 wives. son of
Johannes Warren, Esquire 1540-December 07, 1587 and Lady Margaret Molineux son of
Sir Edwarde Warren, of Poynton 1498-October 12, 1558 and Dorothy Booth son of
Laurence de Warren, Esquire 1481-September 18, 1530 and Margaret Leigh son of
Sir John Warreynn, Knight 1461-January 11, 1517/18 and Eleanor Gerrard son of
Lawerence de Warreyn, Knight 1423-before 1474 and Isabel Leigh son of
John Wareyn, Esquire Lord of Poynton 1414-1475 and Isabel Stanley son of
Sir Lawrence Wareyne, Knight 1394-March 14, 1443/44 and Margery Bulkeley son of
Nicholas de Wareyn 1379-1413 and Agnes de Wynynton son of
John de Wareyn, Knight 1345-1387 and Margaret de Stafford son of
Sir Edward Warren b Bet. 1316 - 1323 d Bet. 1367 - 1368 and Cicely de Eton illegitimate son of
John de Warenne, 8th Earl b June 24, 1286 bp 11-7-1286 d June 30, 1347 and his Mistress Maude de Skegeton called Maud de Nerford son of
William Warenne 7th Earl January 15, 1249/50 December 15, 1286 and Joanna de Vere son of
John de Warenne July 1235 September 27, 1304 and Countess Alice de Brun son of
William de Warenne 1166 May 27, 1240 and Maud de Marshall son of
Hameline Plantagenet 1130 May 07, 1202 and Countess Isabel de Warrene daughter of
William de Warrene, iii 1119 January 13, 1147/48 and Lady Adela de Talvas son of
William de Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey 1071 May 11, 1138 and Countess Isabel de Vermandois
This line takes you back to CHARLEMAGNEson of
William de Warenne, Ist Earl of Surrey 1027/1028 June 24, 1088 and Gundred Princess, of England daughter of William the Conqueror son of
William de Warren, Count of Varenne and Miss de Torta son of
Walter de St Martin and Daughter de Crepon son of
Herfastus and Daughter de Crepon son of
Rollo, A Danish Knight and Poppathey had 6 children
1.Herfastus 2. Gunnora 3. Wavia 4, Werina 5. Duvelina 6. Sainfria
Rollo conquered Normandy & m Poppa
William Duke of Normandym Adela
Richard Duke of Normandy m Gunnora d/o Danish Knight father of Geoffrey of Eu (later DeClare)
Richard the Good m Judith of Brittany had Richard & Robert
Robert the Magnificent Duke of Normandy & mistressArletta of Falaise
William the Bastardm Matilda (Maud) Princess of Flanders
William I -
S/O Robert II the Devil of, Duke of Normandy 6th born CIR 1008 died 6/22/1035 -
S/O Richard II the Good, Duke of Normandy 4th died 8/28/1026 -
S/O Richard I the Fearless, Duke of Normandy 3rd born 933 died 11/20/996 -
S/O William I Longsword of Duke of Normandy 2nd died 942 -
S/O Robert (Rollo) of Norway Duke of Normandy I born 870 died 932 -
S/O Rolf the Ganger, Duke of Normandy 1st born 846 died 932 -
S/O Ragnvald the Wise More born ABT 872 died ABT 894 -
S/O , Gulmera, Eystein the Noisy born 788 -
S/O Ivar of the Uplands.
THE WARREN FAMILY AD 912-1902 Gresham
Gundreda, wife of William first Earl of Warren and Surrey, died in child birth at Castle Acre, 27th May 1085 and was buried inthe chapter house of the Priory of Lewes.The gravestone which once covered her remains was discovered in 1775 in Issfield Church Co., Sussex.
The Earl had by his wife Gunded two sons and three daughters, William, Reginald, Gundred, Edith and ??William succeeded his father as second Earl of Warren and Surrey, Reginald who adhered to Robert Curthose married Alice daughter and heiress of William de Wormgay in Norfolk.
The Earl died 24th June 1088 and was buried in the same place with his wife.
William de Warenne, First Earl of Warren & Surrey
The earl died 24th June, 1088, and was bured in the same place with his wife, agreeable to his declaration in the Charter of Lewes.A tomb of white marble is said to have been erected over him, on which was the following epitatph-
"Hic Guillelme comes, etc.," which has been translated by Horsfield thus---"This place is the sustainer of thy fame, Earl Warren, the founder and bountiful lover of this mansion.It adorns thy grave, because the offering which thou hast made with a ready mind, is grateful to the poor servants of Christ.Saint Pancras, thine heir, who will be thy companion amongst the stars, preserves thine ashes within the walls of the saints.Excellent Pancratius, bring help to one glorifying thee: give to him a mansion of the sky, who has given to thee this temple."
Gundred wife of the !st Earl William de Warenne and daughter of William the Conqueror
The tombstone is beautifully sculptured in high relief, and is of black marble.An inscription in Latin runs round the stone and down the centre.It is to be regretted that a portion of the stone at the foot is broken off and lost.In the Rev. T.W. Horsfield's History of Lewes, the following translation of the inscription is given:
"Gundred, illustrious branch of Ducal race,
Brought into England's Church balsamic grace;
Pious as Mary, and as Martha kind,
To generous deeds she gave her virtuous mind;
Though the cold tomb her Martha's part receives,
Her Mary's, better part ! for ever lives.
O holy Pancras, keep with gracious care
A mother who has made thy sons her heir.
On the sixth Calends of June's fatal morn,
The marble frame, by inward struggles torn,
Freed the pure soul, which upward bent its way
To realms of love and scenes of endless day."
William the First de Warenne first Earl of Surrey and founder of the church of
Lewes died 24 June in the year of grace 1088, and of the foundation of the
church in the 11th, and from the conquest the 23rd. He at first was only called
simply William de Warenne. But afterwards in the course of time by William the
King and Conqueror of England, whose daughter he married, he was much honoured
and was made and called Earl of Surrey. He lies in the Chapterhouse of Lewes
beside Lady Gundrada his daughter of the said King, the Conqueror. This
Earl continued through the whole time of William the Conqueror, for 20 years,
and for one year in the time of King William II Rufus.
[Translation from the French:] William de Garenne first Earl of Surrey had to
wife Gundrade daughter of the Conqueror and begot by her two sons William the
second and Reinaud. This William the first Earl came to England with the said
Conqueror and founded this Priory the twelfth year after the Conquest which was
the year of our Lord 1078.
Margaret Josephine Hoelzer2004 Olympic Swimmer
Event(s) 200m Backstroke
Birthdate March 30, 1983
Birthplace Huntsville, Alabama
Height 5'11" / 180 cm
College Auburn University
Residence Auburn, Alabama
Is ranked No. 2 in the 200m back (2:09.24), No. 30 in the 100m back (1:02.53) and No. 49 in the 50m back (29.73) in the World ... Silver medalist in the 200m backstroke in a time of 2:09.24 at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, Spain ... Also swam the 50m back (29.73) ... Won the 200m back at the Mutual of Omaha Duel in the Pool in a time of 2:10.88 ... Also swam the 100m back at the Duel in the Pool, placing third (1:02.53) ... Was the ninth high-point scorer at NCAAs with 45 points ... Swam the fly leg (51.73) of the NCAA Champion and NCAA and US Open record setting 400 medley relay (3:31.45) ... Set the school record in the 100 back (52.62) as the leadoff leg to the 400 medley relay in the prelims ... Swam the fly leg (22.98) of the NCAA Champion 200 medley relay whichset the NCAA, American and US Open record (1:36.69) ... Led off the NCAA Champion 800 free relay (7:02.72) with a split of 1:45.37 ... Was the bronze medalist in the 100 fly (52.03) at NCAAs ... Also placed third in the 200 back (1:53.18) at NCAAs ... Sixth in the 200 fly (1:57.23) with a prelims time of 1:57.08 ... SEC Champion in the 200 back with a time of 1:52.83, breaking the conference record by 2.44 seconds ... Swam the leadoff leg of the 800 free relay team that set the SEC, NCAA and US Open record at the SEC Championships (7:01.00) with a split of 1:46.02 ... Swam the fly leg for the SEC Champion 400 medley relay team (3:34.86) in a time of 52.30 ... Finished second in the 100 fly (52.53) at SECs ... Time of 52.53 in the finals was .67 seconds faster than the previous SEC record ... Runner-up in the 200 fly (1:57.27) ... Was the fifth highest scorer at SECs with 54 points ... Named SEC Female Athlete of the Week following the Alabama duel meet ... Named to the Knoxville News Sentinel's All-SEC First Team for the backstroke and the second team for the fly ... Named to the Verizon Academic All-District IV third team ...
Gold medalist in the 200m back (2:11.00) at the Pan Pacific Championships…Also semi-finaled in the 200m fly (2:11.41) and the 100m fly (1:00.67) at the Pan Pacific Games … Competed at the 2002 Summer Nationals, placing third in the 200 back, sixth in the 100 fly and seventh in the 200 fly and 100 back ... Placed fourth in the 100 fly (52.76) and 200 back (1:54.54) and fifth in the 200 fly (1:56.74) at NCAAs … Scored the 10th-highest points at NCAAs … SEC Freshman of the Year … Became the SEC champion in the 200 back with a school record time of 1:55.35 ... Finished third in the 100 back (55.14) and earned fourth in the 200 fly (1:59.88) at the SEC Championships ... Earned an impressive third-place finish in the 200 backstroke (2:14.25) at 2001 Summer US Nationals ... Also placed seventh in the 200 fly (2:15.27) at US Nationals, 11th in the 100 back (1:04.43) and 20th in the 100 fly (1:02.83) ... Finished 15th at the Spring US Nationals meet in the 100m butterfly and earned a then career-best time of 1:01.85 in prelims ... Placed 22nd in the 100 back at US Nationals ...
Huntsville, ‘01 … Eight-time state champion … Held three records in the state of Alabama coming out of high school … Olympic Trials qualifier in the 100 and 200 backstroke and the 100 butterfly … Member of the National Junior team in 1998 … Placed third in 200 back at the Brazil World Cup in 1998 … USA Scholastic All-American in 1999 … Member of “Who’s Who in American High Schools” ...