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Clotilde became Queen Regent between 690 and 991. 
Queen Clotilde (I5101)
 
2
Theoderic III was crowned King of the Franks between 690 and 691. 
Theuderic III King of Burgundy and the Franks (I5100)
 
3 Anne and Jean appeared before the Council. Anne claimed poor treatment by her husband. They were granted a separation. Family F7473
 
4 Cherichetti(2007a)gives his birth date as 31 July 1868. Dougherty, Lyman H. (I11684)
 
5 His birth date is recorded as 4 (11) 1650. Wheeler, Samuel (I20107)
 
6 The date was recorded as 28 (11) 1648. Reed, Deborah (I18625)
 
7 Their marriage date was recorded as 6 (11) 1654. Marsh, Onisphorus (I18843)
 
8 "495. This year came two leaders into Britain, Cerdic and Cynric, his son, with five ships.Cerdic King of the West Saxons (I2866)
 
9 "530. This year died Cerdic, the first king of the West Saxons. Cynric, his son succeeded to the government, and reigned afterwards twenty-six winters.Cerdic King of the West Saxons (I2866)
 
10 "556. This year Cynric and Ceawlin fought....at Beranbury.Cynric King of the West Saxons (I2865)
 
11 "556. This year Cynric and Ceawlin fought....at Beranbury.Ceawlin King of the West Saxons (I2864)
 
12 "591. This year there was a great slaughter of Britons at Wanborough; Ceawlin was driven from his kingdom.Ceawlin King of the West Saxons (I2864)
 
13 "593. This year died Ceawlin.Ceawlin King of the West Saxons (I2864)
 
14 "A.D. 718. This year died Ingild, the brother of Ina.Ingild (I2859)
 
15 "A.D. 784. At this time reigned Elmund King of Kent, the father of Egbert; and Egbert was the father of Athulf [Æthelwulf]Eahlmund Under-King of Kent (I2856)
 
16 "And the said Thomas Brodirton, Erle of Norfolke, cam dawn into Norfolke and ther he wedded a knyght's daughter fast by Bungey." So writes 19th-century Norfolk historian Francis Blomefield (1808), quoting an ancient manuscript from the Book of Pleas.

Alice Hales brought nothing to her marriage save her beauty. She was not the heiress of the Hales manors, as she had a brother, and the Hales family would have supported of the young earl of Norfolk whether or not he married Alice, since he was their feudal overlord. On Thomas's end, there was no political or territorial advantage to the marriage - it was a love match, pure and simple. 
Family F2186
 
17 "He died in the 75th year of his age, beign 53 years a laborer in the work of the ministry, about 43 years at Hingham". The Rev. Peter Hobarts Journal continued by his son, David. Hobart, Rev. Peter (I20896)
 
18 "He died of consumption partly and an extreme pain in his head." Perry, John (I5049)
 
19 "It is odd that Elizabeth arranged the marriage of her younger surviving daughter, who was only in her fourth year, before that of her elder. But along with the earl and countess of Hereford, Margaret of France, the widowed queen of Edward I, was also a party to the contract on young Margaret de Bohun’s behalf. The queen, who remained very close to her stepdaughter the countess of Hereford, was no doubt godmother to this Margaret, which may have been a factor in why she was chosen over her elder sister for the Courtenay marriage.Family F2272
 
20 "Lodoin Francorum regem fifiam eius AudefledamFamily F6425
 
21 "The funeral was held at the house Wednesday Rev. Mr. Judson officiating with prayer by Mr. Gorman. The text was selected by Mr. Ward in his youth, from the dying words of Christ "Father into thy hands, I commend my spirit." It was excellently discoursed on. Singing was rendered by Mrs. Richardson and Miss. Blodgett, while the flowers were numerous and beautiful, comprising wreaths and a pillow of lillies and maiden-hair ferns enclosing a cross of pansies. The bearers were the sons and grandson; also Mr. Williams had charge." - His obituary Ward, Deacon Thomas Harris (I613)
 
22 "went to Rome, and there gave up the ghost.Ina King of Wessex (I22709)
 
23 "Beisrudd" means red cloak. Padarn Beisrudd (I1229)
 
24 "Goodman Elkine" was granted four acres twenty poles in a division of the uplands. Elkins, Henry (I1775)
 
25 "Le Boiteaux" means "the lame" Charles II "le Boiteax" King of Naples, Sicily and Jerusalem (I3484)
 
26 "Stephen Casper appears on the typed death certificate of Sarah Gladwin. Most likely it was a mis-reading of the written name "Cooper." Cooper, Stephen (I2319)
 
27 (1) Edward Marrett
(2) Hannah Bradish 
Family F547
 
28 (1) Joseph Hills
(1) Rose Dunster 
Family F680
 
29 (1) Nicholas Clap
(1) Sarah Clap 
Family F179
 
30 (1) Richard Wheeler
(1) Elizabeth Turner 
Family F625
 
31 (2) John Lawrence
(2) Susanna ______ 
Family F437
 
32 (2) Joseph Hills
(2) Hannah Smith 
Family F681
 
33 (2) Nicholas Clap
(2) Anna ______ 
Family F180
 
34 (2) Richard Wheeler
(1) Sarah Prescott 
Family F504
 
35 (3) Joseph Hills
(1) Helen Atkinson 
Family F682
 
36 (4) Joseph Hills
(2) Anne ______ 
Family F683
 
37
Osiaas Boudreau
died Jun 13, 1932
age 82
 
Boudreau, Osias (I11481)
 
38 Ages: Maud was a minor and it is unlikely that the marriage was ever consummated. Family F8257
 
39 Ancestry: Ames (1938) states the following: Note: In Mitchell’s ‘History of Bridgewater’ (1840), which contained the first American account of the family, this John Ames of Bruton is called Richard— an error copied in several subsequent records.

The descent is given as:

(1) JOHN AMES. All that is known of this earliest ancestor from whom the Ames family of Easton can trace direct descent is that he was buried in Bruton, Somersetshire, England, Feb. 21, 1560, and that he had at least one son.

Issue
i. John Ames (see 2).

(2) JOHN AMES, son of John Ames (i). Born, Bruton, England; died there in 1583. Married, Sept. 25, 1559, Margery Crome (or Brome).

Issue (All born in Bruton, England)
i. John Ames (see 3).
ii. Launcelot Ames, born about 1562.
iii. William Ames, born about 1564.

(3) JOHN AMES, eldest son of John Ames (2). Christened, Bruton, England, May i, 1560; died there in 1629.
sue (All born in Bruton, England)
1
i. Thomas Ames, died in infancy.
ii. Henry Ames, christened July 25, 1603.
iii. William Ames (see 4).
iv. John Ames (see 4A).
V. Mary Ames, christened Apr. 1, 1613.


Richard Ames has different dates than this John Ames. More research is needed. I have followed the line given by Ames, Richard (1959). 
Ames, Richard (I38)
 
40 Birth Date: He was 40 in 1291. de Mortimer of Wigmore, Sir Edmund (I7575)
 
41 Birth Date: He was aged thirty-eight years in the inquest after his death. Wake, Sir Baldwin Lord of Bourne (I8544)
 
42 Birth Date: She was 82 when she died according to her gravestone. Ballou, Sarah (I15145)
 
43 Birth: Ballou (1882) give his birth as in 1850. Cheney, Levi (I136)
 
44 Birth: Breaux (1994) states he was born about 1639 in La Chaussée, Loudunais, Vienne, France. Gaspard (1994) and Broussard (1994) state he was born in 1638/39 in Maritime or Martaize, Seine, France. Robichaud, Étienne (I1620)
 
45 Birth: Chiasson (1986) gives her birth as 13 August 1874 Godin, Geneviève (I1031)
 
46 Birth: Chiasson (207) gives his birth as 18 February 1872. Boudreau, Pierre Joseph "Peter" (I1061)
 
47 Birth: Estabrook (1891) states he was born in Princeton, Massachusetts. Estabrook, Benjamin (I23906)
 
48 Birth: Farmer (1829) gives his birth as about 1612. Roper, Walter (I20440)
 
49 Birth: He is also listed in the complied vital records of Leominster, this probably being a record of the early settlers. Carter, Captain Nathaniel Jr. (I12840)
 
50 Birth: He was an infant in 1162. de Toeni, Sir Roger "de Conches" Lord of Flamstead (I7841)
 
51 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 1 (8) 1668. Dewing, Deborah (I9813)
 
52 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 12 (6) 1648. Eaton, Martha (I892)
 
53 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 15 (2) 1655. Sleeper, Naomi (I18890)
 
54 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 17 (6) 1689. Thayer, Ruth (I15107)
 
55 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 22 (7) 1635. Stearns, Sarah (I760)
 
56 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 23 (2) 1649. Gay, Abiel (I21139)
 
57 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 31 (6) 1643. Richardson, Ruth (I18921)
 
58 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 4 ( ) 1638. Shaw, Esther (I18906)
 
59 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 5 (9) 1654. Flanders, Sarah (I18423)
 
60 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 6 (3) 1641. Copp, Rebecca (I18486)
 
61 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 8 (3) 1643. Phillips, Experience (I14560)
 
62 Birth: Her birth date was recorded as 8 (7) 1641. Gale, Sarah (I267)
 
63 Birth: Her birth is recorded as 25 (6) 1668. Souther, Mary (I1024)
 
64 Birth: Her birth was recorded as 15 (4) 1659. Weed, Deborah (I18718)
 
65 Birth: His birth date is based on his being 13 years old in 1666, and 14 years old in 1667. Aubuchon dit Dulac, René (I17877)
 
66 Birth: His birth date is based on the fact that he was 49 years old when he died. Grenet, François (I10773)
 
67 Birth: His birth date was recorded as 11 (7) 1637. Garfield, Joseph (I264)
 
68 Birth: His birth date was recorded as 3 (5) 1640. Gay, Hezekiah (I21135)
 
69 Birth: His birth was recorded as 10 (12) 1651. Hawes, Daniel (I23019)
 
70 Birth: His birth was recorded as 14 (11) 1658. Berry, John (I1023)
 
71 Birth: His death date was recorded as 1 (3) 1671. Parmenter, John (I16234)
 
72 Birth: His gravestone gives his birth year as 1851. Hennessey, Dennis J. (I11761)
 
73 Birth: His World War I draft registration card gives his birth date a 18 June 1884. His death certificate gives his birth date as 20 January 1885. On the 1900 US Census return his birth date is listed as May 1884. I am using the Draft Registration as he was giving the information to the recorder, rather than a third party. Gaughan, John Andrew (I11063)
 
74 Birth: Holt (1984) gives his birth as 1786. Dunham, Johnson (I856)
 
75 Birth: In her letter, Sandra Hayton, gives his birth date as 14/7/1934. She was unable to send a copy of the birth records, as their printer was not operational. Gladwin, Francis "Frank" (I848)
 
76 Birth: Jackson (1854) gives her birth as 1 April 1703. Ward, Mary (I14781)
 
77 Birth: Judith was 38 years old when she married Welf. Judith of Flanders Countess of Northumbria (I3308)
 
78 Birth: On his World War II draft registration card, he gives his year of birth as 1907. Boudreau, Wilfred Peter (I11516)
 
79 Birth: Paige (1877) gives his birth date as 23 February 1639. His birth date was recorded as 13 (12) 1639. Bradish, Samuel (I20215)
 
80 Birth: Savage (1860) lists his birth date as 8 July 1640. Gay, Hezekiah (I21135)
 
81 Birth: She was 29 years old when she died. Wyatt, Mary (I24075)
 
82 Birth: Stuart (2002) gives her birth date as about 1033. Hildegarde of Burgundy Duchess consort of Gascony and Aquitaine (I2945)
 
83 Birth: The 1900 Census lists his birth date as November 1890, his WW1 Draft Registration lists it as 22 November 1892, and his Headstone Application and WW2 Draft Registration list it as 22 November 1891. Travis, Andrew Alphonse (I1133)
 
84 Birth: The date could have been 15 September. Metcalfe, John (I443)
 
85 Birth: The date is based upon his being 24 in 1669. Jones, Thomas (I380)
 
86 Birth: The New Jersey, U.S., Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931 give her birth year as 1889. Peterson, Alma Agnes (I25032)
 
87 Birth: This date is based on his estimated date of marriage. Greenaway, John (I973)
 
88 Birth: Thurston (1895) gives her birth date as 8 January 1664. Thurstune, Sarah (I19909)
 
89 Birth: Ward (1999) states he was born in 1540, while Find-a-Grave states 1518. I have chosen Find-a-Grave until more information comes my way. Cope, Edward (I4175)
 
90 Birth: Weis (1982) gives his birth date as 1030. Alfonso VI of León and Castile "the Brave" King of Castile, León, and Navarre (I2980)
 
91 Birth: White (1900) gives his birth place as Montague, Massachusetts. Eddy, Lewis George (I1073)
 
92 Birth: Colcord (1908) states he was born in 1611, clearly in error. His birth date was recorded as 11 (9) 1645. Stevens, Nathaniel (I20774)
 
93 Burial: Either Katherine Delayed almost four years to settle his estate or else this is a burial record of a still earlier generation or perhaps a grandchild. Warren, William (I1314)
 
94 Burial: His burial date was recorded as 1 (3) 1671. Parmenter, John (I16234)
 
95 Burial: Tanguay (1887) v3, states he was buried at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Québec, Canada. Delisle, Antoine (I23887)
 
96 Burial: Tanguay (1887) v3, states she was buried at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Québec, New France. Faucher, Marie-Catherine (I17732)
 
97 Children: Suffrage and Anna were included as Edward Howe's daughters. This was put forth by Bond (1960) and Savage (1860) based on heirs in the wills of Edward and his wife. This is incorrect. Howe, Elder Edward (I19464)
 
98 Children: The children are listed in both the Lancaster and the Bolton vital records. Family F1174
 
99 Children: William and Katherine may be the grandparents, not parents, of Susan Warren. Family F1164
 
100 Christening: There is a record of Joannes Burg, the son of Peter and Anne Marie Burg being Christened on 4 July 1755 in Graach, Prussia. This was a Catholic christening, and normally Catholics are christened within a few weeks of birth, Johannes was born in 1723. Many have used this to take the tree another generation back, but I am certin that the two Joannes are distinct. Burg, Johannes (I9856)
 

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