| ||i.|| ||Eleanor Plantagent Princess of England1425,1426,1427,1428,1429,1430, born Abt. 1200; died April 13, 1275 in Montargis, Loiret, France1431,1432,1433; married (1) [EARL OF PEMBROKE] William Marshal, Earl Of Pembroke April 23, 12241434,1435,1436; born May 1198 in Of Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales1437,1438,1439; died April 11, 1222 in Sp1440,1441,1442; married (2) [EARL OF LEICESTER] Simon De Montfort, V Earl Of Leicester January 07, 1237/38 in Ststephen Chaple, Westminster, Middlesex, England1442; born WFT Est. 1192-12181443; died WFT Est. 1243-13051443. |
| ||18923660||ii.|| ||Henry III Plantagenet King of England, Earl Leic, born October 01, 1206 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; died November 16, 1272 in Westminster, Middlesex, England; married [QUEEN OF SICILY] Eleanor Berengar Countess Of PROVENCE January 14, 1235/36 in Cantebury Cathedral. |
| ||18923748||iii.|| ||[EARL OF CORNWALL] Richard Plantegenet, King of Roman Empire, born January 05, 1208/09 in Winchester, Hampshire, England; died April 02, 1272 in Berkhampsted, Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire, England; married (1) Joan Or Jane De VALLETORT in Unmarried; married (2) Rohese WFT Est. 1201-1246; married (3) Isabella Marshal March 30, 1231; married (4) [COUNTESS OF CORNWALL] Isabel Marshall March 30, 1231 in , Fawley, Buckinghamshire, England; married (5) Sancha Berengar Countess of Provence November 23, 1243 in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England; married (6) Beatrix Van VALKENBURG Queen of Roman Empire June 16, 1269 in Kaiserslautern, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. |
| ||iv.|| ||[QUEEN OF SCOTLAND] Joan Plantegenet Princess of England1444,1445,1446,1447,1448, born July 22, 1210 in Coucy, Alsne, France1449,1450,1451; died March 04, 1237/38 in London, Middlesex, England1452,1453,1454; married (1) Llywelyn The Great Gwynedd 12051455; born 11731455; died April 11, 12401455; married (2) Alexander II King Of SCOTLAND June 19, 1221 in York, Yorkshire, England1456,1457; born August 24, 1198 in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland1458,1459; died July 08, 1249 in Kerrera, Argyllshire, Scotland1460,1461. |
| ||v.|| ||[EMPRESS OF GERMANY] Isabella Plantagenet Princess Of England1462,1463,1464,1465,1466, born 12141467,1468; died 12411469,1470; married (1) Frederick II Emperor Of Rome WFT Est. 1227-12401470; born December 26, 1194 in Lesi, Italy1471,1472; died December 13, 12501473,1474; married (2) [EMPEROR OF GERMANY] Friedrich II Emperor Of The HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE July 20, 1235 in , Worms, Rhinehessen, Hesse-Darmstadt1475; born 1210. |
| || Notes for Frederick II Emperor Of Rome:|
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2553, Date of Import: Oct 5, 1997]
Frederick II (Holy Roman Empire) (1194-1250), Holy Roman emperor (1215-50) and as Frederick I, king of Sicily (1198-1212).
Born in Lesi, Italy, on December 26, 1194, Frederick was the son of Henry VI and grandson of Frederick I, Holy Roman emperor. He was made German king in 1196 and on the death of his father two years later became king of Sicily. When his mother, Constance of Sicily (1146-98), acting as regent, died several months later, the four-year-old prince was placed under the guardianship of Pope Innocent III, the new regent of Sicily. Emperor Otto IV was deposed in 1211, and the German princes selected Frederick to replace him. A contest for the imperial throne ensued, because Otto was unwilling to relinquish the crown. Supported by the papacy, to which he promised many concessions, and aided by the French, Frederick was eventually secure in his title. He was crowned king of Germany at Aix-la-Chapelle (now Aachen, Germany) in 1215 and Holy Roman emperor at Rome in 1220.
On his coronation Frederick made a number of elaborate promises to the church, including a vow that he would go on a Crusade. He postponed the Crusade, however, because of an outbreak of anarchy in Sicily and because of the resistance of the Lombard cities, which in 1226 renewed the Lombard League, originally formed against his grandfather, Frederick I. The following year Frederick annulled the Treaty of Constance and put the Lombard cities under the ban of the empire. Threatened several times with excommunication if he did not fulfill his coronation pledge, Frederick determined to sail for Jerusalem in 1227. An epidemic forced him to return three days after his departure, whereupon Pope Gregory IX declared him excommunicated. In 1228 Frederick led the Fifth Crusade to the Holy Land, where he took Jerusalem and concluded a 10-year truce with the sultan of Egypt. Having married Yolande (1212-28?), the young daughter of the titular king of Jerusalem, John of Brienne, and having assumed his title upon her death, Frederick was crowned king of Jerusalem in that city in 1229.
He returned to Europe and spent many of his remaining years attempting to bring the Lombards under subjection. During intermittent struggles with the papacy he was excommunicated twice again, by Pope Gregory IX in 1239 and in 1245 by Pope Innocent IV. His participation in costly wars in Italy caused him to neglect the welfare of his German subjects. Frederick managed to establish peace, prosperity, and order in Sicily, however, promulgating there in 1231 a comprehensive code of laws, described as the best issued by any Western ruler since the reign of Charlemagne. Frederick also made worthy contributions to learning in Italy. Because he was a man of culture, he gathered scholars and men of letters at his Sicilian court, which Dante called the birthplace of Italian poetry. The University of Naples was founded by Frederick in 1224. For about a century after his death, on December 13, 1250, the belief persisted that Frederick was still alive. According to one famous legend, Frederick resides in a cave in the Kyffhäuser Mountains, in the region of Thuringia, awaiting the summons of the German people to return and restore peace in the empire. The legend was later interpreted to refer to Frederick I.
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| ||18923661||i.|| ||[QUEEN OF SICILY] Eleanor Berengar Countess Of PROVENCE, born 1217 in Of Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhone, France; died June 24, 1291 in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England; married (1) Henry III Plantagenet King of England, Earl Leic January 14, 1235/36 in Cantebury Cathedral; married (2) [KING OF JERUSALEM] Carlo (Charles) I King Of Naples & Sicily January 31, 1245/46. |
| ||ii.|| ||Raimund Berengar Count Of PROVENCE1502,1503,1504,1505, born Abt. 1220 in Of, Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhone, France1506,1507,1508; died in (young)1509,1510,1511 |
| ||iii.|| ||[QUEEN OF FRANCE] Marguerite Berengar Countess Of PROVENCE1512,1513,1514,1515,1516, born 1221 in St Maime B., Forcalquier, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France1517,1518,1519; died December 21, 1295 in Paris, Seine, France1520,1521,1522; married (1) Saint Louis IX King Of France May 27, 1234 in Sens, Yonne, France1523,1524; born April 25, 1214 in Poissy1525,1526; died August 25, 1270 in Carthage (Near Tunis), Tunisia1527,1528; married (2) Louis IX King Of FRANCE May 27, 1234 in Sens, Yonne, France1529,1530; born April 25, 1214 in Chateau De Poissy, Yvelines, France1531,1532; died August 25, 1270 in Near Tunis, Tunisia1533,1534. |
| || Notes for Saint Louis IX King Of France:|
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 3, Ed. 1, Tree #2553, Date of Import: Oct 5, 1997]
He was canonized by Pope Boniface VIII on August 11, 1297, and his feast day is Aug 25.He had 11 children with Margaret.
Louis IX, called St. Louis (1214-70), king of France (1226-70), son and successor of Louis VIII. Louis's mother, Blanche of Castile (1188-1252), daughter of Alfonso IX, king of Castile, was regent during his minority and again from 1248 until her death in 1252. During the latter years Louis was in the Holy Land on the Seventh Crusade, one of the religious wars between Christians and Muslims. Louis and his forces were defeated and captured in Egypt in 1250, and the king remained in Syria for four years before returning to France. In 1258 Louis signed the Treaty of Corbeil, relinquishing to the kingdom of Aragón all French claims to Barcelona and Roussillon, in return for which the Aragonese renounced their claims to parts of Provence and Languedoc. In 1259 he signed the Treaty of Paris, by which Henry III of England was confirmed in his possession of territories in southwestern France and Louis received the provinces of Anjou, Normandy, Poitou, Maine, and Touraine. In 1270 Louis embarked on another Crusade and died en route at Tunis in northern Africa. He was succeeded by his son Philip III. Louis, an outstanding monarch of medieval times, was canonized in 1297. His feast day is August 25.
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| ||iv.|| ||Sancha Berengar Countess of Provence1535,1536,1537,1538,1539, born Abt. 1225 in Of, Aix-en-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhone, France1540,1541,1542; died November 09, 1261 in , Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England1543,1544,1545; married [EARL OF CORNWALL] Richard Plantegenet, King of Roman Empire November 23, 1243 in Westminster Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England1545; born January 05, 1208/09 in Winchester, Hampshire, England1546,1547,1548; died April 02, 1272 in Berkhampsted, Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire, England1549,1550,1551. |
| ||i.|| ||Berenguela Princess Of LEON & CASTILE1572,1573,1574,1575, born Bet. 1198 - 11991576; died March 12, 1236/371576; married [KING OF JERUSALEM] Jean De Brienne, King Of Jerusalem 12221577,1578; born 1168 in Emperor of Constantinople, Crusader1579; died March 21, 1236/371579. |
| ||ii.|| ||Constanza Princess Of LEON & CASTILE1580,1581,1582, born May 01, 1200 in Of, Leon, Leon, Spain1583,1584; died September 07, 12421585,1586 |
| ||18923662||iii.|| ||Ferdinand III "The Saint" King of LEON & CASTILE, born 1201 in Leon, Spain; died May 30, 1252; married (1) E. Swabia Queen of Castile; married (2) Joanna Of Ponthieu, Queen of Leon & Castile WFT Est. 1217-1247; married (3) [QUEEN OF CASTILE] Elisabeth Princess Of SWABIA November 30, 1219 in , Burgos, Burgos, Spain; married (4) [COMTESSE DE PONTHIEU] Jeanne (Joan) De Dammartin Queen of Castile 1237. |
| ||iv.|| ||[SENOR DE MOLINA Y MESA] Alfonso Alfonsez Prince Of LEON & CASTILE1587,1588,1589, born Abt. 1220 in Of Leon, Leon, Spain1590,1591; died January 06, 1271/72 in Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain1592,1593; married (1) Teresa Perez De BRAGANCA in Not Married1594,1595; married (2) [SENORA DE MOLINA Y MESA] Mafalda Gonzalez De LARA Abt. 1239 in Of Molina, Guadalajara, Spain1596,1597; born Abt. 1225; married (3) Teresa Gonzalez De LARA Aft. September 1244 in Of Molina, Guadalajara, Spain1598,1599; born Abt. 1224; married (4) [SENORA DE MONTEALEGRE Y Mayor Alfonso De MENESES Aft. 1246 in Of, Molina, Guadalajara, Spain1600,1601 |