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Aubri Count of the Gatinais / (--?--)


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Aubri Count of the Gatinais / (--?--)

Husband: Aubri Count of the Gatinais
Born: ABT 0950at: Gatinais, France
Married: at:  
Died: AFT 0990at:
Father: Geoffrey Count of The Gatinais
Mother:
Sources: [2627]
Wife: (--?--)
Children
Name: Geoffroy I 'Ferreol' Count of Gastinois [2673]
Born: ABT 0970at: Gastinois, France
Married: at:  
Died: 1000at:
Spouses: Beatrice de MacOn


Pedigree Chart for: Aubri Count of the Gatinais

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   /--Aubri Count of The  Gatinais 
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/--Geoffrey Count of The  Gatinais 
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|--Aubri   Count of the Gatinais
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Edward the Exile Ethling / Agatha

Husband: Edward the Exile Ethling
Born: ABT 1016at:
Married: at:  
Died: 1057at:
Father: Edmund II Ironside
Mother: Ealdgyth
Wife: Agatha
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father: Stephen I King of Hungary
Mother:
Children
Name: Margaret 'Etheling' Queen of Scotland [2912] [2913]
Born: ABT 1045at: Wessex, England
Married: at:  
Died: 16 Nov 1093at: Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland
Spouses: Malcolm III King of Scotland

Name: Edgar Athling
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Christina
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Edward the Exile Ethling

      /--Edgar The Peaceful   
   /--Ethelred   II King of Kent
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/--Edmund II Ironside   
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|--Edward the Exile  Ethling 
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\--Ealdgyth   
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Pedigree Chart for: Agatha

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/--Stephen I   King of Hungary
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[2912] Margaret was born around 1045 in Hungary, the daughter of the exiled English Prince Edward "the Outlaw" Etheling of the English royal house of Wessex, and a German Princess named Agatha. Margaret was raised in the court of St. Stephen, King of Hungary. In 1057 when she was about 12, Margaret and her family returned to England, where the king was St. Edward the Confessor.

After the Norman conquest in 1066 and after her father's death in 1068, Agatha with her son and two daughters resolved to return to Hungary and embarked with that intent. Their ship was driven up the Firth of Forth to Dunfermline, where Malcolm III, king of Scotland, received them hospitably and granted them refuge. He very soon offered the whole family a permanent home with him and asked that the Princess Margaret should become his wife. Margaret, who was very devout and much impressed with the futility of earthly greatness, had very nearly determined to be a nun, but when Malcolm's request was made to Edgar, "the Childe said 'Yea,'" and Margaret was persuaded to marry the king as his second wife.

In addition to her influence with her husband and her sons, who later succeeded their father in ruling Scotland, Margaret took a direct role in helping the people of Scotland. She devoted time and money to works of charity, assisting the poor, the aged, orphans, and the sick. She also prevented a schism between the Roman Church and the Celtic Church, which had been cut off from Rome. In addition, she introduced European culture to Scotland, and did so more successfully than the forceful introduction in England under the Normans.

She was as saintly and self-denying on the throne as she could have been in the cloister. She at once perceived it to be her duty to benefit and elevate the people among whom it was her destiny to live, and this she undertook with the greatest of diligence and the most earnest piety. There existed so much barbarism in the customs of the people, so many abuses in the Church, so much on all hands to reform, that she called together the native clergy and the priests who had come with her, her husband acting as interpreter, and she spoke so well and so earnestly that all were charmed with her gracious demeanor and wise counsel and adopted her suggestions.

Margaret is credited with the introduction of English (Roman) usages into the Scottish church. Among other improvements, Margaret introduced the observance of Sunday by abstaining from servile work, "that if anything has been done amiss during the six days it may be expiated by our prayers on the day of the Resurrection." She influenced her people to observe the forty days' fast of Lent, and to receive the Holy Sacrament on Easter day, from which they had abstained for fear of increasing their own damnation because they were sinners. On this point she said that if the Savior had intended that no sinner should receive the Holy Sacrament, He would not have given a command which, in that case, no one could obey. "We," said she, "who many days beforehand have confessed and done penance and fasted and been washed from our sins with tears and alms and absorption, approach the table of the Lord in faith on the day of His Resurrection, not to our damnation but to the remission of our sins and in salutary preparation for eternal blessedness."

She did much for the secular as well as for the religious improvement of her country. She caused traders from all lands to bring their goods, and thus introduced many useful and beautiful articles, until then unknown in Scotland. She induced the natives to buy and wear garments and stuffs of various colors. She is said to have introduced the tartans that afterwards became distinctive of Scottish costume. She instituted the custom that wherever the king rode or walked he should be accompanied by an escort, but the members of this band were strictly forbidden to take anything by force from any one, or oppress any poor person. She beautified the king's house with furniture and hangings, and introduced cups and dishes of gold and silver for the royal table. All this she did, not that she was fond of worldly show, but that the Court should be more decent and less barbarous than heretofore.

Her son Edgar, who had gone with the king to Northumberland, came into her room to tell her of the death of his father and brother. Seeing his mother was dying, he was afraid to tell her the sad news; but she said, "I know, I know, I conjure you to tell me the truth," and having heard it, she praised God and died, just three days after her husband, on November 16, 1093 at Edinburgh Castle. The Annals of Ulster for 1093 say, "Maelcolaim Mac Donnacha sovereign of Alban and Echbarda his son, slain by the Franks. His queen, viz. Margarita, died through grief before the end of (three) days."

While her body still lay in Edinburgh Castle, Malcolm's brother, Donald Bane, assisted by the King of Norway, attacked the castle, but he only watched the gate, thinking the other parts of the fortification inaccessible. Margaret's family and her faithful attendants escaped by a postern called the West Yhet, taking with them the revered corpse. A thick mist hid them from the enemy. They crossed the sea and arrived without hindrance at Dunfermline, where they buried her according to her own wish.

Margaret's brother, Edgar the Atheling, took Margaret's children to England, and for fear of the Normans, gave them privately to friends and relations to be brought up. He afterwards helped to restore them to their country. Margaret's sons continued her work, which contributed greatly to a golden age in Scotland for two hundred years after her death. First to the throne was son, Duncan II. Three other sons also succeeded to the throne: Edgar (r. 1097-1107), Alexander I (r. 1107-24), and David I (r. 1124-53). Margaret and Malcolm's daughter, Edith, also known as Matilda, became the wife of England's King Henry I, the fourth son of William the Conqueror.

-- From "St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland" [http://www.rootsweb.com/~nwa/margaret.html]

When Scotland became Protestant the remains of St. Margaret and her husband, Malcolm III., were carried to Spain and placed in the Escorial, built in her honor by King Philip II, of Spain.

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Malcolm II MacAlpin King of Scotland / (--?--)

Husband: Malcolm II MacAlpin King of Scotland
Born: ABT 0954at:
Married: at:  
Died: 25 Nov 1034at: Glamis, Tayside, Scotland
Father: Kenneth II King of Scotland
Mother:
Wife: (--?--)
Children
Name: Bethoc
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Crinan Dunkeld Earl of Huntingdon

Name: Doada MacAlpin
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Donata MacAlpin
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Malcolm II MacAlpin King of Scotland

      /--Donald II  MacAlpin  King of Scotland
   /--Malcolm I   King of Scotland
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/--Kenneth II   King of Scotland
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|--Malcolm II  MacAlpin  King of Scotland
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Edward Adams / Elizabeth Buckland

Husband: Edward Adams
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: John Adams
Mother: Catherine Farmer
Wife: Elizabeth Buckland
Born: 21 Feb 1640at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Died: 1683at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Father: Thomas Buckland
Mother: Temperance Denslow
Sources: [4891]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Edward Adams

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|--Edward  Adams 
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\--Catherine  Farmer 
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Pedigree Chart for: Elizabeth Buckland

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   /--Peter  Buckland 
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/--Thomas  Buckland 
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|--Elizabeth  Buckland 
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|  /--Nicholas  Denslow 
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\--Temperance  Denslow 
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   \--Elizabeth  Dolling 
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John Alfred Cressey / Margaret Croft Whitton

Husband: John Alfred Cressey
Born: 9 Apr 1861at:
Married: 7 Apr 1886at:
Died: 1946at: Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, USA
Father: Alfred Cressey
Mother: Hannah Phelps
Wife: Margaret Croft Whitton
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: (--?--) Cressey [9889]
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: O. D. Sprecher

Name: (--?--) Cressey [9890]
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: W. D. Schmieding

Name: C. A. Cressey [9891]
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: John Alfred Cressey

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/--Alfred  Cressey 
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|--John Alfred  Cressey 
|     /--Amos  Phelps 
|  /--Jeremiah  Phelps 
|  |  \--Diadama  Long 
\--Hannah  Phelps 
   |  /--Amos  Phelps 
   \--Margaret  Collins 
      \--

Pedigree Chart for: Margaret Croft Whitton

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|--Margaret Croft  Whitton 
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[9889] LIVED IN EUGENE, OREGON IN 1946

[9890] LIVED IN EUGENE, OREGON 1946

[9891] LIVED IN EUGENE, OREGON IN 1946

 

Albert Weisert Jr / Mary Bremser

Husband: Albert Weisert Jr
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [11886] [11887]
Wife: Mary Bremser
Born: Jun 1892[11750] at: St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Died: 12 Jan 1915[11751] at: St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Father: Johann Carl Frederick Bremser
Mother: Anne Marie Miller
Sources: [11750] [11751] [11752] [11753]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Albert Weisert Jr

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|--Albert  Weisert  Jr
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Pedigree Chart for: Mary Bremser

      /--Johann Henrich  Bremser 
   /--Johann Philipp  Bremser 
   |  \--Antonette Regina  Haiss 
/--Johann Carl Frederick  Bremser 
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|  \--Anna Margarethe  Oberländer 
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|--Mary  Bremser 
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\--Anne Marie  Miller 
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Norman (Norm) Dustin / Johanna Mafilda Catherine Anderson

Husband: Norman (Norm) Dustin
Born: 22 Dec 1889at: Garden City, Rich, Utah, United States
Married: 28 Nov 1923at: Logan,Cache,Utah, USA
Died: 29 Sep 1961at: Rexburg,Madison,Idaho, USA
Father: William Henry Dustin
Mother: Sarah Mariah Swenson
Wife: Johanna Mafilda Catherine Anderson
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Norman (Norm) Dustin

      /--
   /--Seth   Dustin 
   |  \--
/--William Henry  Dustin 
|  |  /--Chauncey  Loveland 
|  \--Hannah Sophia  Loveland 
|     \--Nancy  Graham 
|--Norman (Norm)  Dustin 
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\--Sarah Mariah  Swenson 
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Pedigree Chart for: Johanna Mafilda Catherine Anderson

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William Warder / Mary Fairfax

Husband: William Warder
Born: ABT 1710at:
Married: at:  
Died: Jun 1773at:
Father: William Warder
Mother: Mary
Notes: [12207]
Wife: Mary Fairfax
Born: 1723at:
Died: 1775at:
Father: John Fairfax
Mother: Mary Scott
Notes: [12208]
Children
Name: Anne Warder [12203]
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Matthew Milstead

Name: William Warder [12337]
Born: at:
Died: at: Charles, Maryland, United States
Spouses:

Name: Joseph Warder [12338]
Born: 1751at: Charles, Maryland, United States
Died: 1832at: Barren County, Kentucky, USA
Spouses:

Name: Mary Warder [12339]
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Charity Warder [12340]
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Phillip Warder [12341]
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: William Warder

      /--
   /--John  Warder 
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/--William  Warder 
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|  \--Margery   
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|--William  Warder 
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\--Mary   
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Pedigree Chart for: Mary Fairfax

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/--John  Fairfax 
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|--Mary  Fairfax 
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|  /--Edward  Scott 
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\--Mary  Scott 
   |  /--
   \--Martha  Tildon 
      \--

[12207] Milsteads



William Warder, Charles County Will 39.602
Jan Parker
"WARDER, WILLIAM, Charles County, Maryland
8 June 1773
2 April 1774

To wife Mary Warder, extx., all of my estate during her lifetime.
To dau. Ann Warder, bed, pewter, heifer and 7 shillings, 6 pence
To son Phillip Warder, heifer
To Thomas Baker, 1 shilling
To son William Warder, 1 shilling
To dau. Ann Milstead, 1 shilling
To dau. Charity Robertson, 1 shilling
To dau. Mary Ratliff, 1 shilling
To grandson, James Warder, 1 shilling
To grandson, Henry Warder, 1 shilling
To son Joseph Warder, ex., tract, "Lumber Street" 100 acres and residueof estate after his mother's death.

Wit: William Fairfax; Elizabeth Fairfax; Georges Dunnington.
The probate was taken in the presence of James Warder, heir at law and hedid not object."

[12208] Milsteads
Jan Parker

[12203] Milsteads
Jan Parker

[12337] Warder Home Page,

[12338] Warder Home Page moved to Kentucky in 1807 after living in FauquierCounty, Virginia. He was a revolutionary soldier in 1779 in CharlesCounty, Maryland
Everett Littlefield 8/15/01

[12339] Warder Home Page

[12340] Warder Home Page

[12341] Warder Home Page


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