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(4)  A commentary found on the Internet (to which I have added several verified generations
of ancestors leading down to Benjamin Luce, born 1730) describing one line of descent to
John Luce which branches from other lines I have documentation on.  This line leads back to
Fergus Mor Mac Erca, King of Ireland and Scotland, circa 490 AD.  This information then led
me to be able to trace a line of descent even further back that connected into the lineage of
Imperial Rome with some interesting surprises along the way.
 
DESCENDANTS  OF JOHN LUCE (1764 - 1823) :  AN ADDITIONAL LIST
THAT BRANCHES AFTER FRANCIS MAPES (1588 – 1639)

1. FERGUS MOR MAC ERCA
Fergus Mor was the son of Erc, King of Dál Riata. He became the 131st Monarch
of Ireland sometime around 490 and became King of Dál Riata about 498. He
was born cir. 434 and was killed in 501. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Domangart of Dál Riata, died cir. 506. (Tompsett, 2005)
"In 498, Fergus, with five of his brothers, went into Scotland with a complete
army, to assist his grandfather, King of Dalraida, in overcoming his enemies, the
Picts. Upon Loam?s death, Fergus was elected King and became the first absolute
Monarch of all Scotland." (Wurts, 1945)
"Fergus was the first Scottish based King of Dalriada, a country split by the sea,
with a base in Ireland (the area of now County Antrim, Ireland) and territory also
in the western portions of what is now Scotland." (BW, February 2000)
"The settlement of Alba by the Irish Scotti apparently started around the second
century AD. By the late fourth century, the Scotti had attained enough strength to
draw the attention of the Picts. They were soon attacked and in retaliation Niall
of the Nine Hostages, the High King of Ireland, landed with a sizeable force to
punish the Picts. The little colony of Scottish Dalriada was saved and slowly
gained strength over the next one hundred years. It is during the late fifth century
that Fergus Mor Mac Erc arrived in Scottish Dalriada." (BW, February 2000)

2. DOMANGART OF DAL RIADA
He was also known as Donart and Domangart Réti mac Fergusso. He was the son
of Fergus Mor Mac Erca. He died in 505/506. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005;
The Annals)
He married FEDELMIA FOLTCHAIN. (Wurts, 1945)
Child:
– Gabrán of Albu/Argyll (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
"In 507 came the battle of Ard Corann, and the death of Lugaid son of Laegaire;
and as some state, Domangart Mac Nissi of Réte retired into religion in his 35th
year. Repose of Mac Nissi, bishop of Condaire."

3. GABR'N OF ALBU
He was also known as Gabhran mac Domangairt. He was the son of Domangart
of Dál Riata ?Réti?. Gabhran died in 560. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The
Annals)
He is associated with INGENACH LLEIAN, daughter of Prince Brychan of
Manau. (Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Aedán of Albu, died in 606. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
– Eógan, died in 595 (The Annals)
"In 595 came the death of Eógan son of Gabrán. Or this year, the repose of bishop
?ed son of Brecc, and of Aed son of Brénainn. The battle of Dún Cocuiche. The
slaying of Gerthide. In 560 came the Feast of Temair held by Diarmait son of
Cerball; and the death of Gabrán son of Domangart. The migration before
Máelchú?s son, king Bruide. The battle of Cúil Dreimne. The Festival of Temuir
celebrated by Diarmait, son of Cerball. Death of Gabrán, son of Domangart.
Death of Cairlán, son of Aed son of Echaid." (The Annals)

4. AED'N OF ALBU
He was the King of Albu. He was also known as Aidan of Argyll, Edhan, and
Aedán mac Gabrán. Aedán was the son of Gabrán and Ingenach. He became King
of Albu sometime around 574, consecrated by his cousin St. Columba. In 606 he
died. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
He married DOMLECH, daughter of Maelgwyn of Gwynedd.
Children:
– Eochaidh Buidhe of Argyll, died in 629. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Arthur of Dál Riata (Tompsett, 2002)
– Bran, died in 596. (The Annals)
– Domangart, died in 596. (The Annals)
– Gartnait, inherits the Northern Pict throne in 584.
"In 596 came the battle of Ráith in Druad. The battle of Ard Sendaim. The slaying
of Aedán?s sons Bran and Domangart. The battle of Corann. The slaying of
Senchán, son of Colmán Mór. Birth of Cuimíne, the Tall, son of Fiachna." (The
Annals)
"In 583 came the death of Feradach son of Daui, king of Osraige. The battle of
Manu won by Aedán. Death of Fergna son of Caibléne. Or this year, the repose of
Brénainn of Cluain Ferta. The battle of Manu gained by Aedán, son of Gabrán. In
600 came the battle of the Saxons in which Aedán was vanquished. The slaying of
Suibne son of Colmán Mór son of Diarmait Derg son of Fergus Cerrbél son of
Conall of Cremthann son of Niall Naígiallach by Aed Sláine in Brí Dam in the
Suaine, a stream. The battle of Sliab Cua gained against Mumu by the Connachta.
Death of the son of Cumuscach, the plundering of the poetic company by Brandub,
son of Eochu. In 606 came the death of Aedán son of Gabrán son of Domangart,
king of Albu, and the slaying of the sons of Baetán son of Cairell." (The Annals)

5. EOCHAIDH BUIDHE OF THE PICTS
He was the King of the Picts. He was also known as Eochaidh mac Aidan.
Eochaidh was the son of Aidan of Argyll. He died in 629. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Domnall Brec of Albu/Argyll, died in battle 642. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett,
2005; The Annals)
"In 629 came the battle of Fid Eóin in which Mael Caích son of Scannal, king of
the Cruithin, was victor. The Dál Riata fell. Connid Cerr, king of Dál Riatai, fell.
The battle of Dún Ceithirn, in which Congal Caech took flight, and Domnall son
of Aed was victor, in which Guaire son of Forinnán fell. Or, the battle of Fid
Eóin, in which fell the grandsons of Aedán, Rigullon and Failbe. Death of Echaid
Buide son of Aedán, king of the Picts, thus found in the Book of Cuanu. The battle
of Carn Feradaig between Mumu and Connachta. Fáilbe Fland was victor; Guaire
Aidne was put to flight. In 631 came the battle of Aille?s son, and death of
Cinaed son of Lugthréine, king of the Picts. Death of Echaid Buide, son of Aedán.
The battle of Dún Cethrair; and the death of Aed, son of Cuimíne, son of Colgu.
The slaying of Cáilchíne, son of Díma, from Liathmuine." (The Annals)

6. DOMNALL BREC OF ALBU
He was also known as Donal Brecc "The Speckled" of Albu/Argyll and in Welsh
as Dyfnwal Frych. He was the son of Eochaidh Buidhe. In 642 Domnall Brec was
slain at the end of the year, in December, in the battle of Srath Caruin, by Hoan,
king of the Britons. He had reigned 15 years. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The
Annals)
Child:
– Domangart of Albu/Argyll, killed in 673. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The
Annals)
– Cathusach, died in 650. (Annals)
"In 639 came the killing of Congal son of Dúnchad. Death of Duinsech, wife of
Domnall. The battle of Oswald, king of the Saxons. Death of Ailill son of Aed
Rón. Heraclius, with his mother Martina, reigned 2 years. The battle of Roth, in
which Congal Caech fell. Death of Fáilbe Flann. Repose of Mo-Chutu of Les
Mór. Repose of Dagan, and of Mo-Laise of Leithglenn, moccu Nechti, and of
Saint Sinell, and of Cúán, son of Amalgaid, and of Gobán, son of Nasca. The
burning and slaying of Mael Dúin in Inis Caín Dega. Death of Domnall, son of
Aed, and of Domnall Brec. Repose of Oswald, king of the Angles; Anglicus
means Sax/Saxon. In 642 came the death of Domnall son of Aed, king of Ireland,
at the end of January. Afterwards Domnall Brec was slain at the end of the year,
in December, in the battle of Srath Caruin, by Hoan, king of the Britons. He
reigned 15 years. The killing of Ailill son of Colmán, king of Cenél Loegaire.
Constantine son of Heraclius reigned 6 months. The battle of Oswy against the
Britons." (The Annals)
"In 650, the battle of Oswy against Penda occurred. The battle of Dún Cremthainn
in which Aengus son of Domnall fell. The victors were the sons of Mael Coba,
Cellach and Conall Cael. Death of Cathusach son of Domnall Brec. Death of
Crónán of Mag Bili. In 689 Fínnechta returns to the kingship. The killing of
Diarmait of Mide, son of Airmedach Caech. Death of Cathusach, grandson of
Domnall Brec. Death of Do-Chinne of Daire Brugais. Death of Feradach son of
Tuathalán. Death of Mael Dúin son of Conall Crannanma. Part of the sun was
obscured. Repose of Mo-Bécóc of Cluain Aird." (The Annals)

7. DOMANGART OF ALBU
King of Scots and King of Dál Riata. He was also known as Domangart mac
Domnaill. Domangart was the son of Domnall Brecc. Domangart was killed in
673. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
Child:
– Eochu/Eochaidh of Argyll, killed in 697. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
"In 673 came the burning of Mag Lunge. The killing of Domangart son of Domnall
Brec, king of Dál Riata. The capture of Elén son of Corp, and of Conamail son of
Cano; and Cormac son of Mael Fothartaig, dies." (The Annals)
"In 697 Tarachin was expelled from the kingship. Ferchar the Tall dies. Adamnán
proceeded to Ireland and gave the Lex Innocentium to the people. Eochu grandson
of Domnall was killed. Mael Fothartaig son of Maeldub, king of Airgialla, dies.
The skirmish of Crannach, in which Feradach son of Mael Doith fell. The battle
of Uilchu. écomras son of Congal son of Guaire was killed. Mo-Ling of Luachair
fell asleep. Britons and Ulaid wasted Mag Muirtheimne. Casán, scribe from
Lusca, rested. The killing of Cú Chobo. Repose of Forannán of Cell Dara. " (The
Annals)

8. EOCHU OF ARGYLL
King of Scots. He was also called Eochaidh "Crook-Nose" of Argyll. He was the
son of Domangart of Albu/Argyll. Eochaidh was killed in 697. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Eochaidh of Albu/Argyll, died in 733. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
"In 697 Tarachin was expelled from the kingship. Ferchar the Tall dies. Adamnán
proceeded to Ireland and gave the Lex Innocentium to the people. Eochu grandson
of Domnall was killed. Mael Fothartaig son of Maeldub, king of Airgialla, dies.
The skirmish of Crannach, in which Feradach son of Mael Doith fell. The battle
of Uilchu. écomras son of Congal son of Guaire was killed. Mo-Ling of Luachair
fell asleep. Britons and Ulaid wasted Mag Muirtheimne. Casán, scribe from
Lusca, rested. The killing of Cú Chobo. Repose of Forannán of Cell Dara." (The
Annals)

9. EOCHAIDH OF ALBU
King of Scots. He was also called Eochaidh mac Echdach, Echaid, and Eochu.
He was the son of Eochaidh of Albu/Argyll. Eochaidh died in 733. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Aed Finn of Albu/Argyll, died in 778. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The
Annals)
"In 778 came the same warfare between Donnchad and Congalach i.e son of
Conaing, and at its conclusion the battle of Forchalad in which fell Congalach son
of Conaing and Cuanu son of éicnid and Diarmait son of Clothgna and Dúnchad
son of Ailéne and Flaithnia son of Mael Dúin and many others. Donnchad was
victor. The burning of Cluain Moccu Nóis on the sixth of the Ides 10th of July.
The bloody flux; the great murrain of cows. The law of Colum Cille promulgated
by Donnchad and Bresal. Death of Etarscéle son of Aed son of Colgéne, king of
Uí Ceinnselaig. Niall Frosach son of Fergal in í Choluim Chille, and Niall son of
Conall Grant, king of southern Brega, and Tuathal son of Cremthann, king of
Cuala, and Flannabra, king of Uí Máil, and Aed Finn son of Echaid, king of Dál
Riata -- all died. A slaughter of the Uí Maine in Mag Dairben, where Artgal was
victor. Eithne, daughter of Cinad, dies. Repose of Flannán of Cell Aird. Repose
of Airdmesach of Les Mór. Death of Aed, grandson of Fergal, king of Uíi Néill."
(The Annals)

10. AED FINN OF DAL RIATA
He was the king of Dál Riata. He was also called Aedh Find, The White of
Argyll, and Hugh. He was the son of Echaid/Eochaidh of Albu/Argyll. Aodh died
in 778. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
Child:
– Eochaid of Albu/Argyll. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
"In 768 Aed Finn invades Pictland and re-establishes Dál Riadan independence.
In 778 the same warfare between Donnchad and Congalach the son of Conaing,
and at its conclusion the battle of Forchalad in which fell Congalach son of
Conaing and Cuanu son of éicnid and Diarmait son of Clothgna and Dúnchad son
of Ailéne and Flaithnia son of Mael Dúin and many others. Donnchad was victor.
The burning of Cluain Moccu Nóis on the sixth of the Ides 10th of July. The
bloody flux; the great murrain of cows. The law of Colum Cille promulgated by
Donnchad and Bresal. Death of Etarscéle son of Aed son of Colgéne, king of Uí
Ceinnselaig. Niall Frosach son of Fergal in í Choluim Chille, and Niall son of
Conall Grant, king of southern Brega, and Tuathal son of Cremthann, king of
Cuala, and Flannabra, king of Uí Máil, and Aed Finn son of Echaid, king of Dál
Riata -- all died. A slaughter of the Uí Maine in Mag Dairben, where Artgal was
victor. Eithne, daughter of Cinad, dies. Repose of Flannán of Cell Aird. Repose
of Airdmesach of Les Mór. Death of Aed, grandson of Fergal, king of Uíi Néill."
(The Annals)

11. EOCHAIDH RINNEMAIL OF SCOTLAND
He was also called Eochaid "The Venemous" of Argyll. He was the son of Aedh
Fionn. Eochaid became King of Scotland in 780. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
He is associated with UNUISTICC OF PICTS whose brothers were Constantine,
King of Picts and Unuist, King of Picts. (Tompsett, 2002)
Child:
– Ailpín of Kintyre, died 834. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Fergus, died 781. He became King of Dál Riata. (The Annals)
"In 781 Dúngalach, son of Congal, dies. A great disturbance in Ard Macha on
Quinquagesima day, in which Condálach son of Ailill fell. Senchán, abbot of
Imlech Ibair, and órach, abbot of Les Mór; the abbot of Inis Daimle, and Saergal
grandson of Edairngne, abbot of Cluain Ferta Mo-Lua, and Dub Innrecht son of
Fergus, abbot of Ferna, and Ailngnad, bishop of Ard Brecáin, and Maenach
grandson of Maenach, abbot of Lann Léire, and Fechtach, abbot of Fobar, and
Colgu son of Cellach, king of Uí Chremthainn, and Ailbran son of Lugaid, abbot
of Cluain Dolcáin, Nuadu grandson of Bolcán, abbot of Tuaim da ólann, Dúngal
son of Flaithnia, king of Uí Máil, the learned Saergal grandson of Cathal, and
Fergus son of Eochu, king of Dál Riata -- all died." (The Annals)

12. AILP'N OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland and King of Kintyre. He was the son of Eochaid of Argyll and
Unuisticc of Picts. Ailpín became King of Scotland in 834 and died that same
year at Galloway while fighting the Picts. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Cinaed, died 858. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
– Domnall/Donald, died 862. In 859 he became King of the Picts. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
"In 862 Domnall son of Ailpín, king of the Picts, died. Aed son of Niall went
with the kings of the foreigners into Mide, and plundered Mide with Flann son of
Conaing. Aed son of Niall begins to reign. Finán of Cluain Chaín, a bishop and an
anchorite, and Muirgius, anchorite of Ard Macha, ended their lives in peace.
Mael Sechnailll son of Mael Ruanaid son of Donnchad son of Domnall son of
Murchad of Mide son of Diarmait the Harsh son of Airmedach the One-eyed son
of Conall of the Sweet Voice, son of Suibne son of Colmán the great son of
Diarmait the red son of Fergus Wrymouth, king of all Ireland, died on the third
feria, the second of the Kalends of December 30 November, in the 16th year of
his reign. Ruarc son of Braen, king of Uí Dúnlainge, was slain. Maelodar
grandson of Tinnred, an eminent Irish leech, dies." (The Annals)

13. CINAED MAC AILP?N
King of Gallway, King of Picts & Alba, King of Scotland. He was also known as
Kenneth mac Alpin and Kenneth I of Scotland. Cinaed was the son of Alpin of
Kintyre. He became King of Scotland in 839. He died in 858 at Forteviot,
Perthshire and was interred on the Isle of Iona, Scotland. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett,
2005; The Annals)
Children:
– Constantine of Alba, killed in 876. (Tompsett, 2005; Annals)
– Abán, died in 867. He was the heir designate of Connacht and was killed with
fire by Sochlachán son of Diarmait (The Annals)
– Aengus, died in 879. He became chief of the people of Ard Ciannachta. (The
Annals)
– Domnall, died in 885. He became king of Cenél Laegaire and died in clerical
life. In 901 Maelchrón son of Domnall, king of Cenél Laegaire, was killed by
fire. (The Annals)
– Aedh Ethus, was killed by his own associates in battle in 878. He became King
of Scotland. He was also known as Ethus "Swift-Foot" of Scotland. He acceded
in 877 and was killed at Strathallan. He was interred at Maiden Stone,
Aberdeenshire. He was the father of Constantine III of Scotland and Donald of
Strathclyde. (Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
– Eochaid. She is associated with MAC ARTGAL, Rùn of Strathclyde. In 872
Artgal, king of the Britons of Strathclyde, was killed at the instigation of
Constantine son of Cinaed. They were the parents of Eocha Giric of Scotland.
(Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
"In 858 the bishop and anchorite Cumsud, superior of Cluain Iraird, rested in
peace. Cinaed son of Ailpín, king of the Picts, and Ethelwulf, king of the Saxons,
died. Tipraite the Pale, abbot of Tír dá Glas, died. Mael Sechnaill son of Mael
Ruanaid came with the men of Ireland to the lands of Mumu and halted for ten
nights at Niam; and he plundered them to the south as far as the sea, after their
kings had been defeated at Carn Lugdach, Maelchrón son of Muiredach, king of
the Déisi, being left dead there. Mael Sechnaill then took the hostages of Mumu
from Belat Gabráin to Inis Tarbnai off the Irish coast, and from Dún Cermna to
ára Airthir. A rainy autumn destructive to the fruits of the earth." (The Annals)

14. CONSTANTINE OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland and King of Alba. He was the son of Cinaed/Kenneth I of
Scotland. Constantine became King of Scotland in 863. He was beheaded in 876
and interred on the Isle of Iona, Scotland. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; Annals)
He may have been killed during battle against the Danes at Inverdorat, the Black
Cove, Angus. (Tompsett, 2002)
Child:
– Domnall/Donald, died in 900. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
"In 876 Constantine son of Cinaed, king of the Picts, Cinaed abbot of Achad Bó
Cainnig, Congalach son of Fínnechta, king of the Airgialla, and Fedach, superior
of Dísert Diarmata, die. Cairpre son of Diarmait, king of Uí Cheinnselaig, was
killed by his own kinsmen. The fair of Tailtiu was not held, although there was no
just and worthy reason for this. Domnall, bishop of Corcach, an excellent scribe,
died suddenly." (The Annals)

15. DOMNALL OF SCOTLAND
King of Alba and King of Scotland. He was also known as Donald II of Alba.
Domnall was the son of Constantine II of Alba. He became King of Scotland in
889. He was killed in battle at Dun-fother in 900 and was interred on the Isle of
Iona, Scotland. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Flann, died 906. He was the heir designate of the North. (The Annals)
– Mael Coluim/Malcolm, killed in 954. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; Annals)
"In 900 came a rainy year. Mac étigh son of Lethlabar, king of Dál Araidi, dies.
Great scarcity affected the cattle. Maenach son of Caemán, abbot of Dam Liac,
dies. Tadc son of Conchobor, king of the Three Connachta, rested after prolonged
suffering. Domnall son of Constantine, king of Scotland, dies." (The Annals)

16. MAEL COLUIM OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland and King of Alba. He was also known as Malcolm I of Alba
and was the son of Domnall/Donald II of Alba. He became King of Scotland in
943. Mael Coluim died during battle in 954 and was interred on the Isle of Iona,
Scotland. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Dubh of Scotland. In 967 Dub son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland, was killed
by the Scots themselves in Forres by the men of Moray. He was the father of
Kenneth III of Scotland and Malcolm, King of Strathclyde. (Tompsett, 2005; The
Annals)
– Cinaed. In 995 Cinaed son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland, was deceitfully
killed. (Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
"In 954 Flannacán son of Allchú, successor of Mac Nisse and Colmán of Ela,
died. Mael Coluim son of Domnall, king of Scotland, was killed. Conn son of
Erudán son of Gairbíth, king of Mag Dumai, was killed. A great murrain of cattle
throughout Ireland. Ua Ruairc inflicted a great slaughter on the Cairpre and
Tethba, and ua Ciardai, king of Cairpri, fell. Céilechair, successor of Ciarán and
Finnian, and Robartach, successor of Colum Cille and Adamnán, rested in Christ.
Niall ua Tolairg, Cellachán, king of Caisel, and Rechtabra, superior of Cell
Achaid, died. Bran son of Domnall, king of Cenél Laegaire of Brega, was killed."
(The Annals)

17. CINAED OF SCOTLAND
He was King of Scotland and also known as Kenneth II of Alba. He was the son
of Mael Colium/Malcolm I. He became King of Scotland in 971. He died in 995.
(Wurts, 1945; The Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
Cinaed was said to have married a princes of Leinster. (Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Malcolm II of Alba, born about 954 and died in 1034. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett,
2005; The Annals)
– Dungal, killed by his cousin Gillacomgain in 999. (Tompsett, 2005)
"In 995 Cinaed son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland, was deceitfully killed.
Domnach Pátraic was plundered by the foreigners of áth Cliath and by
Muirchertach ua Congalaig, but God avenged it by the latter?s death at the end of
the same month. Colla, superior of Inis Cathaig, dies. Cléirchéne son of Lerán,
priest of Ard Macha, rested." (The Annals)

18. MAEL COLUIM OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland, King of Alba and the King of Strathclyde. He was also known
as Malcolm II of Alba. Mael Coluim was the son of Cinaed/Kenneth II of Alba.
He was born about 954 and became King of Scotland on March 25, 1005. He was
killed on November 25, 1034 at Glamis Castles in Angus by his own kinsman and
was interred on the Isle of Iona, Scotland. (Wurts, 1945; Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
He may have married an Irish woman from Ossory. (Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Dovada. She was married around 1004 to FINDLEACH MAC RORY,
Mormaer of Moray. They were the parents of Macbeth/Maelbeatha of Scotland,
born about 1005. (Tompsett, 2005)
– daughter. She was married in 1005 to SIGURD HLODVIRSSON "the Stout" of
Orkney, Earl of Orkney. They were the parents of Thorfinn Sigurdsdon the Black
of Orkney, Jarl of Orkney, born in 1009 who married Ingibiorg. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Bethoc. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Malcolm conquered Lothian in 1018. (Tompsett, 2005)
"In 1034 Mael Coluim son of Cinaed, king of Scotland, died. Amlaíb son of
Sitriuc was killed by the Saxons on his way to Rome. Gilla Sechnaill son of Gilla
Mo-Chonna was killed. Dub Daingen, king of Connacht, was killed by his own
people. Donnchad son of Brian ravaged all Osraige. Cathal ?the Martyr?,
superior of Corcach, and Conn son of Mael Pátraic, superior of Mungairit, fell
asleep in Christ. An expedition by the Ulaid to Mide, to Tech Meic Melléin.
Gilla Fulartaig, king of the Déisi of Brega, was killed. Maicnia ua hUchtáin,
lector of Cenannas, was drowned coming from Scotland, and Colum Cille?s
fan/cuilebad and three relics of Patrick and thirty men were lost as well. Suibne
son of Cinaed, king of the Gallgaedil, died." (The Annals)

19. BETHOC
She was also known as Beatrix. Bethoc was the Heiress of Scone and the eldest
daughter of Mael Coluim/Malcolm son of Cinaed/Kenneth. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
She married CR?N?N/Crónán, Abbot of Dunkeld/Dún Caillen and Mormaer of
Atholl. He was born cir. 975. They were married before 1008. He was the son of
Duncan of Athol, Mormaer of Athol. He died in battle, 1045. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
Children:
– Donnchad/Duncan I "the Gracious" of Scotland, born 1001 and murdered
August 14, 1040. (Wurts, 1945; The Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
– Maldred of Scotland, died in 1045. He was the Regent of Strathclyde in 1034
and Lord of Allerdale. He is associated with EALDGYTH and they are the
parents of Gospatrick of Northumberland, Earl of Northumberland, born cir. 1040
and Maldred of Allerdale. (Tompsett, 2005)
"In 1045 Muiredach son of Saergus, superior of Dam Liac, Cathasach ua Cathail,
successor of Caeimgein, and Maenach ua Círdubáin, superior of Lugbad, fell
asleep in peace. Congalach ua Lochlainn, king of Corcu Mruad, Glún Iarainn ua
Cléirchéin, king of Uí Chairpri, Flaithbertach ua Canannáin, king of Cenél
Conaill, and Domnall ua Cétfada, the glory of Mumu, died. The superior of
Leithglenn was killed in front of the church. Muirchertach ua Néill made a raid in
Brega, and Gairbíth ua Cathasaig, king of Brega, came upon his force at Casán
Linne: the sea was in full tide against him, and Muirchertach and many others fell
there. Carthach son of Saerbrethach, king of Eóganacht of Caisel, was burned
with many nobles in a house set on fire by the grandson of Longarcán son of Donn
Cuan. A battle between the Scots themselves in which Crónán, abbot of Dún
Caillen, fell." (The Annals)

20. DONNCHAD OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland and King of Strathclyde. He was also known as Duncan I, The
Gracious, of Scotland. Donnchad/Duncan was the son of Bethoc and Crínán, King
of Scotland and was born cir. 1001. He became King of Scotland on November
25, 1034. Duncan was murdered by Macbeth on August 14, 1040 at
Bothganowan, Elgin and was interred on the Isle of Mona, Scotland. (Wurts,
1945; The Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
He married AELFLAED (SYBIL) OF NORTHUMBRIA. She was the daughter of
Ealred of Northumberland and ?fflaed of Bernicia. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Mael Coluim/Malcolm III born about 1031 and died on November 13, 1093.
(Wurts, 1945; Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
– Donald III "Bane of Scotland", born about 1033 and died in 1099 at Rescobie,
Forfarshire. He became King of Scotland in 1093. He reigned Scotland from
1093 to May 1094, November 1094 to October 1097, and imprisoned. He was
interred on the Isle of Mona, Scotland. He was the father of Bethoc. (Wurts,
1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Margaret. She is associated with EDGAR ATHELING, King of England.
(Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Maelmuir of Athgoll, born cir. 1035. He was the Earl of Atholl and the father of
Madoch of Atholl, Earl of Atholl. (Tompsett, 2005)
"1040 was the 1040th year from the Incarnation of the Lord. Coscrach son of
Aingid, successor of Flannán and Brénainn, Mael Muire ua hUchtáin, successor
of Colum Cille, and Diarmait ua Sechnusaig, successor of Sechnaill, fell asleep
in Christ. Corcrán the Cleric, foremost in Europe for piety and learning, rested in
Christ. Dúnchad ua Canaigi, lector of Ard Macha, a most meek and learned man,
rested in Christ. Donnchad son of Crínán, king of Scotland, was killed by his own
people. Harold, king of Saxan Siuas, dies. All Cell Dara was burned about the
feast of St. Michael 29 September. Ceanannas was burned; Dún dá Lethglas and
many other churches were burned." (The Annals)

21. MAEL COLUIM OF SCOTLAND
King of Scotland and King of Strathclyde. He was also known as Malcolm III,
Caenmore of Scotland. Mael Coluim was the son of ?lflaed of Northumbria amd
Donnchad/Duncan I of Scotland and was born about 1031. He became King of
Scotland on April 25, 1058 in Scone Abbey, Perthshire. Mael Coluim died on
November 13, 1093 at Alnwick Castle and was interred in Escorial, Madrid,
Spain. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
Malcolm married INGIBIORG FINNSDOTTIR, also called "Earl?s Mother",
around 1066. Ingibiorg died before 1070. She was the daughter of Finn Arnasson,
Jarl of Halland and Bergliot Thorborg Halfdansdottir. She had married Thorfinn
Sigurdsdon, the Black of Orkney, Jarl of Orkney, sometime before 1038. Their
children were Paul I Thorfinnson of Orkney, Earl of Orkney and Erlend II
Thorfinnson Earl of Orkney. (Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Donnchad/Duncan II of Scotland, born about 1060. He became King of
Scotland in May 1094. Duncan died November 12, 1094 at the battle of
Monthechin in Kincardineshire, treacherously killed by his own brothers,
Domnall and Edmond. and was interred at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland.
He married ETHELREDA around 1090. They were the parents of William
FitzDuncan "the Noble", Earl of Moray. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Malcolm, died cir. 1094. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Domnall/Donald, died 1085. He helped kill his brother Donnchad on
November 12, 1094. (Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
Malcolm married MARGARET ATHELING, also called "The Exile" and later
"St. Margaret", in 1068 at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. She died of
sorrow in 1093. (Wurts, 1945; The Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Edward, died on November 16, 1093. Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, over-
king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French in Inber Alda in
England - Edwardsisle, Jedburgh - from wounds received at the Battle of
Alnwick. (The Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
– Edmond/Edmund I of Scotland. He helped kill his brother Donnchad on
November 12, 1094 and became King of Scotland on November 12, 1094 and
was joint king with Donald III, his uncle. Edmund was deposed in October 1097
in favor of his brother, Edgar. He later became a monk at Montacute Abbey. He
died at Montacute Abbey, Somerset and was interred at the abbey. (Tompsett,
2005; The Annals)
– Ethelred, died sometime before 1098. He became the Abbot of Dunkeld. and is
interred at Kilremont Church. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Etgar/Edgar of Scotland, born about 1074 and died on January 8, 1106. He
became King of Scotland in October 1097 after his brother Edmund was deposed.
Edgar was interred at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. (The Annals;
Tompsett, 2005)
– Alexander I the Fierce of Scotland, born about 1078. He became King of
Scotland on January 8, 1107. Alexander son of Mael Coluim, king of Scotland,
died in sound penitence on April 23, 1124 at Stirling Castle and was interred at
Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. Alexander married SYBILLA and they
were the parents of Malcolm MacHeth, 1st Earl of Ross, born about 1110. (The
Annals; Tompsett, 2005)
– Matilda/Edith of Scotland, born 1079/80 in Dunfermline. Matilda married
HENRY I. BEAUCLERC, King of England, on November 11, 1100 in
Westminster Abbey. Matilda, daughter of Mael Coluim, daughter of the king of
Scotland and wife to the king of England, died on May 1, 1118 at Westminster
Palace in London, England and was interred in the Westminster Abbey, London.
(Wurts, 1942; Tompsett, 2003; The Annals)
– David I "the Saint" of Scotland, born about 1084. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Mary of Scotland, died on May 31, 1116 and was interred at the Abbey of St.
Saviour, Bermondsey, London. In 1102 she married EUSTACE III OF
BOULOGNE, Count of Boulogne. They were the parents of Matilda of Boulogue,
Countess of Boulogne, born about 1103/5. (Tompsett, 2005)
Duncan slew Macbeth in 1057. (Wurts, 1945)
"In 1058 Lulach son of Gilla Comgain, over-king of Scotland, was killed in battle
by Mael Coluim son of Donnchad. In 1072 the French went into Scotland and
brought away the son of the king of Scotland as hostage. In 1093 Donnchad son of
Carrthach, king of the Eóganacht of Caisel, Trénair ua Cellaigh, king of Brega,
Aed ua Baighellán, king of Fernmagh, Aed son of Cathal ua Conchobuir, heir
designate of Connacht, were all killed. Aed, superior of Daimliac of Ciannán,
Ailill ua Niallán, successor of Ciarán and Crónán and Mac Duach, Fothud, chief
bishop of Scotland, rested in Christ. The Síl Muiredaigh were expelled from
Connacht by Muirchertach ua Briain. Aed ua Canannán, king of Cenél Conaill,
was blinded by Domnall ua Lochlainn, king of Ailech. Mael Coluim son of
Donnchad, over-king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French
in Inber Alda in England. His queen, Margaret, moreover, died of sorrow for him
within nine days. The Síl Muiredaigh were back in Connacht without permission.
A great harvest of mast in this year." (The Annals)
In 1116 Cellach, successor of Patrick, was on a visitation of Connacht for the
second time, and brought away his full visitation. Cell dá Lua with its church was
burned. Corcach Mór of Mumu and Imlech Ibair, the oak-house of Mael ísu ua
Brolchán and part of Lis Mór, Achadh Bó of Cainnech, and Cluain Iraird was
burned. The great house of the abbots of Ard Macha, with twenty houses around
it, was burned at the beginning of Lent 15 Feb. this year. There was a great
pestilence; hunger was so widespread in Leth Moga, both among Laigin and
Munstermen, that it emptied churches and forts and states, and spread through
Ireland and over sea, and inflicted destruction of staggering extent. Ladhmann son
of Domnall, grandson of the king of Scotland, was killed by the men of Moray.
Derbail, daughter of Tairdelbach ua Briain, died. (The Annals)

22. DAVID I OF SCOTLAND
He was known as ?the Saint? and was a king of Scotland. He was the son of
Malcolm III Caenmor and Margaret Atheling. He was born about 1084, acceded
on April 23, 1124 and died on May 24, 1153 at Carlisle in Cumbria. He is
interred at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. David was also the Earl of
Huntingdon and united Alba with Strathclyde. He was also the Earl of
Northampton. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
In 1113, David married MATILDA OF NORTHUMBERLAND. She was born
cir. 1074 and died in 1131. She was interred at Scone Abbey in Perthshire.
Matilda was the daughter of Waltheof of Huntingdon and Judith of Normandy,
born about 1054. Waltheof, the first Earl of Huntingdon and Earl of Northampton,
was the son of Ealred of Northumberland and AEfflaed of Bernicia. He married
Judith of Normandy in 1070 and she was born about 1054. They were the parents
of Matilda of Northumberland and Judith Alice of Huntingdon, who was the
mother of Roger de Toni, standard bearer of Normandy. Waltheof died on May
31, 1076 by execution at St. Giles Hill. He was interred at Crowland. (Tompsett,
2005)
Children:
– Malcolm, born after 1113 and died young. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Henry of Huntingdon, born about 1114 and died on June 12, 1152. He became
Earl of Huntingdon. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Claricia. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Hodierna, died young. (Tompsett, 2005)
"David I of Scotland is popularly reputed as a saint and his feast day is May
24th." (Tompsett, 2005)

23. HENRY OF HUNTINGDON
He was the Earl of Huntingdon and Earl of Northumberland. He was the son of
David I "the Saint" of Scotland and Matilda of Northumberland. Henry was born
about 1114, acceded in 1136 and died on June 12, 1152. He was interred at
Kelso Abbey in Roxburghshire. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
He married ADELAIDE "Ada" de WARREN in 1139. She was the daughter of
William de Warren and his wife Isabel Vermandois. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett,
2005)
Children:
– Malcolm IV, born on March 20, 1142/42 and died on December 9, 1165 at
Jedburgh Castle. He was known as "The Maiden" of Scotland. He was the Earl of
Huntington. He became King of Scotland on May 24, 1153 at Scone Abbey in
Perthshire. He was interred at Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. "In 1165
Mael-Coluim Great-head, son of Henry, arch-king of Scotland, the best Christian
that was of the Gaidhil who dwell by the sea on the east for almsdeeds,
hospitality and piety, died." (Tompsett, 2005; The Annals)
– William I, born 1143 and died December 4, 1214 at Stirling in Scotland. He
was interred at Arbroath Abbey in Scotland. William was known as "The Lion"
of Scotland and he was the Earl of Huntington. He became King of Scotland on
December 24, 1165, at Scone Abbey in Perthshire. He married ERMENGARDE
deBEAUMONT on September 5, 1186 in Woodstock Palace, Oxfordshire,
England. They were the parents of Alexander II of Scotland born August 24,
1188, Margaret born cir. 1193, Isabella, Marjorie/Margaret. He is associated
with a daughter of DE HYTHUS and the child Margaret. He is associated with a
daughter of AVENAL and the children Isabella, Robert deLondon, Henry
Galightly, Ada, Aufrica. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Margaret of Huntingdon, died 1201. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Ada, died January 11, 1206. She married FLORIS/FLORENCE III OF
HOLLAND, Count of Holland, in 1162. They were the parents of Dirk VII of
Holland and William I of Holland. (Tompsett, 2005)
– David of Huntingdon, born about 1144 and died June 17, 1219. He was the 9th
Earl of Huntingdon, Earl of Northumberland, Earl of Lennox, Earl of Carlise,
Earl of Doncaster, Earl of Garioch, Earl of Cambridhe. He died at Yardley in
Northants and was interred at Sawtrey Abbey in Hunts. He married MATILDA
de KEVELIOCK of Chester on August 26, 1190 and they were the parents of
Robert, Margaret, Isobella le Scot, born 1206, John le Scot, Earl of Chester and
born 1207, Maud, Ada, Henry, Henry of Stirling, Henry of Brechin, David.
(Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Maud, died young in 1152. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Isabella. She is associated with ROBERT de ROS, Baron of Wark. (Wurts,
1945; Tompsett, 2005)

24. MARGARET OF HUNTINGDON
She was the Countess of Hereford, Duchess of Brittany. She was the daughter of
Adelaide de Warren and Henry of Huntingdon, Earl of Huntingdon. She died in
1201 and was interred at Sawtrey Abbey in Haunts. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett,
2005)
She married CONAN IV "la Petit" of Brittany, Duke of Brittany. He acceded in
1156 and died on February 20, 1171. He was also the Earl of Richmond. He was
deposed in 1166. Conan was the son of Alan "the Black" of Richmond, the first
Earl of Richmond, born before 1100, and Bertha of Brittany. (Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Constance of Brittany, born about 1161 and died on September 7, 1201 at
Nantes, Brittany. Some say she died in childbirth and others say she died of
smallpox. She became the Duchess of Brittany and Countess of Richmond. She
was interred on November 24, 1225 at Villeneuve Abbey, Nantes, Brittany. She
married GEOFFREY II PLANTAGENT OF BRETAGNE, Duke of Brittany, in
July 1181 and they were the parents of Eleanor "the Maid" Plantagenet of
Brittany, Countess of Richmond, born about 1185, Matilda Plantagenet, born
about 1185, and Arthur Plantagenet, Duke of Brittany, born March 29, 1187. She
then married married RANULPH deBLUNDEVILLE OF CHESTER, fourth Earl
of Chester, on February 3, 1187. They divorced in 1199. Then she married GUY
deTHOUARS, Viscount, in 1199 at Angers, Anjou and they were the parents of
Alice de Thouars of Brittany, Duchess of Brittany, born 1201 and Katherina de
Thouars, born 1201. (Tompsett, 2005)
Margaret married HUMPHREY de BOHUN, Constable of England, in 1175. He
died in 1182. He was the son of Humphrey de Bohun, Dapifer to Henry I and
Margaret de Pitres. (Tompsett, 2005; Wurts 1945)
Children:
– Henry, died June 1, 1220. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Maud. She is associated with HENRY de OILLY and they were the parents of
Margery. (Tompsett, 2005)

25. HENRY de BOHUN
Henry was the Earl of Hereford and a Crusader. He was born before 1177 and
died on June 1, 1220 while on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. He was interred at
Llanthony Priory in Gloucester. Henry was the son of Humphrey de Bohun and
Margaret of Huntingdon. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
He married MAUD FITZ GEOFFREY de MANDEVILLE, Countess of Essex.
She died on August 27, 1236. Maud was the daughter of Geoffrey FitzPiers the
fourth Earl of Essex and Beatrice de Say. In 1233 she divorced Roger
deDaunteseye. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Henry, died young and was interred at Llanthony Abbey in Gloucester.
(Tompsett, 2005)
– Ralph. (Wurts, 1945)
– Margery. She married WALERAN, Earl of Warwick. (Wurts, 1945)
– Humphrey, born before 1208 and died on September 24, 1275. (Tompsett,
2005)
"Henry is one of the 25 sureties of the Magna Carta. He was excommunicated by
the Pope." (Tompsett, 2005)
"He became the firth Earl of Hereford of this family, being so created by charter
of King John, dated 28 April 1199; but the office of lord high constable of
England he inherited from his father. As he took a prominent part with the Barons
against King John, his lands were confiscated, but he received them again at the
granting of the Magna Charta. Having been excommunicated by the Pope, with the
other Barons, he did not return his allegiance on the decease of King John, but
was one of the commanders in the army of Louis le Dauphin, at the battle of
Lincoln, and was taken prisoner by William Marshall. After his defeat he joined
Saire de Quincey, and other Magna Charta Barons in a pilgrimage to the Holy
Land in 1220, and died on the passage, 1 June 1220. His body was brought home
and buried in the chapter-house of Llanthony Abbey, in Gloucestershire." (Wurts,
1945; Part I and II, p.52)

26. HUMPHREY de BOHUN
He was the Earl of Hereford and Constable of England, and created Earl of Essex
in 1228. Humphrey was the son of Henry deBohun and Maud deMandeville. He
acceded in 1220 and died on September 24, 1275. He was interred at Llanthony
in Gloucester. He was the Constable of England. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
He is associated with MAUD de LUSIGNAN. She died on August 14, 1241 and
was interred at Llanthong Priory in Gloucester. She was the daughter of Hugh X
de la Marche le Brun, Count de la Marche, and Isabella Taillefer of Angeloume,
Queen of England, born about 1188. Other sources say she was the daughter of
Ralph/Raowl de Lusignan, Count of Eu, and Alice. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Humphrey. He died on October 27, 1265 at Beeston Castle in Chester and was
interred at Combermere Abbey. Humphrey is associated with ELEANOR de
BRAOSE. She was interred at Llanthony in Gloucester. She was the daughter of
William de Braose, Lord of Abergavenny, and Eva Marshal. They were the
parents of Humphrey, the seventh Earl of Hereford, born about 1248, Gilbert, and
Alianore who died on February 20, 1313 and was interred at Walden Abbey.
Humphrey is also associated with JOAN de QUINCI, who died in 1283. She was
the daughter of Robert de Quinci and Elen/Helena. They were the parents of John
of Haresfield. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Maud. She is associated with ANSELM MARSHALL, ninth Earl of Pembroke.
She married ROGER de QUINCY, second Earl of Winchester, sometime after
1245. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Alice. (Wurts, 1945)
Humphrey is associated with MAUD de AVENBURY. She died on October 8,
1273 at Sorges, Gascony and was interred in 1290 at Llathony in Gloucester.
(Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Humphrey de Bohun "joined the Earl of Cornwall in his quarrel with the King in
1227. in 1237 he went on a pilgrimage to Santiago. He was appointed constable
of Dover Castle 27 February 1238/9, which he surrendered 4 November 1241,
and during these years was sheriff of Kent. In 1250 he was among those who took
the Cross [became a Crusader]. On 18 December 1253, he and his elder son
Humphrey had license to hunt hare, fox, cat, and other wild beasts in the forests of
Bradon and Savernake, Wiltshire. In 1257 he was appointed to keep the marches
between Montgomery and the land of the Earl of Gloucester. He was one of the
fifteen choosen to advise the King on all points; he was also one of the twelve
elected by the Barons to represent the community in three annual parliaments. In
the struggle of 1263/4 he took the side of the King; was one of the keeprs of the
City of London, 9 October 1265." (Wurts, 1945, Parts I and II, p. 53)

27. ALICE de BOHUN
She was the daughter of Humphrey de Bohun and Maud de Lusignan. (Wurts,
1945)
She married RALPH de TONI of castle Maud (now Paincastle) Radnow, and
South Tawton, Devon, and Flamstead, Herts. Ralph was a lineal descendant of
Ralph de Toni, Lord of Toni in Normandy and one of the soldiers of Hastings.
(Wurts, 1945)
Children:
– Alice. (Wurts, 1945)
– Constance. She married FULK FITZ WARIN. He was drowned in the Ouse on
May 14, 1264, trying to escape at the battle of Lewes. They were the parents of
Eve, who became the wife of Llewellyn the Great, and a son, Fulk FitzWarin, of
Whittington, born September 14, 1251 and died November 24, 1315 and he
married in 1276/7 Margaret, daughter of Griffith de la Pole, Prince of Upper
Powys, and Hawise le Strange. Fulk and Margaret were the parents of Mabel and
Fulk FitzWarin who married Alianore, daughter of John de Beauchamp and
Cecily Viconia. (Wurts, 1945)

28. ALICE de TOENI
Alice was born about 1284 and died January 1, 1324. She was the daughter of
Ralph VII de Toeni and Mary/Alice. (Tompsett, 2005; Wurts, 1945)
She married first WALTER de BEAUCHAMP, a younger brother of the William
de Beauchamp whose wife was Maud FitzJohn. He was the son of William de
Beauchamp and his wife Isabel Mauduit. Walter was steward of the Household of
King Edward I and fought at the battle of Falkirk on July 22, 1298. He died in
1303. (Wurts, 1945)
Children:
– Walter, died young. (Wurts, 1945)
– William, died young. (Wurts, 1945)
– Giles, died October 12, 1361. In 1329 he married KATHERINE BURES, a
descendant of the Surety William Malet. (Wurts, 1945)
Alice?s second husband was THOMAS de LEYBOURNE. He died May 30,
1307. He was the son of William Leybourne, a descendant of the Surities Roger
and Hugh Bigod. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Juliana, died October 31, 1367 and was interred at St. Augustin, Canterbury.
She is associated with Lord John Hastings and they are the parents of Laurence
Hastings, Earl of Pembroke, born March 20, 1319. She is also associated with
Sir Thomas de Blount. Juliana is also associated with William de Clinton, Earl of
Huntingdon. (Tompsett, 2005)
Alice married GUY de BEAUCHAMP, Earl of Warwick on February 12, 1309.
Guy distinguished himself at the Battle of Falkirk and caused Piers Gaveston to
be beheaded, whose partisans afterwards poisoned him and he died at Warwick
Castle on August 12, 1315 and was interred at Bordesley Abbey. He was born
around 1271. Guy was the son of William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick and
Maud Fitz John. He divorced Isabella de Clare on May 11, 1297. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Thomas, born 1315 and died 1369. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– John, died December 2, 1360. On March 21, 1335 he married Margaret Basset,
Cuontess Hereford & Essex. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Alice?s fourth husband in 1316 was WILLIAM de MORTIMER, Baron of Zouche
of Ashby, who assumed the surbame of Zouche and was Constable of the Tower
of London. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Alan. He was an eminent warrior in the reign of King Edward III, who died
shortly after the battle of Crecy. His son Hugh la Zouche died without issue.
(Wurts, 1945)

29. THOMAS de BEAUCHAMP
He was the Earl of Warwick, Marshall of England, an original Knight of the
Garter. Born February 14, 1313, he was the son of Guy de Beauchamp and Alice
Toeni. He was known for his outstanding Christian character and for his bravery
at Crecy and elsewhere. Thomas died of the plague at Calais on November 13,
1369 and was interred at St. Mary?s, Warwick. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
In 1337 he married CATHERINE de MORTIMER, daughter of Roger Mortimer,
First Earl of March who died in 1330 and Jeane Geneville. Catherine was buried
at Warwick. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Guy, died April 28, 1360 in France and was interred at Vendôme, France. He
married PHILIPPA FERRERS. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Thomas. A Knight of the Garter, Earl of Warwick. He married MARGARET
FEREERS. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Rayburne, left an only daughter Alianore. (Wurts, 1945)
– William, died 1914. A Knight of the Garter, Lord of Abergavenny. (Wurts,
1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– John, died young. (Wurts, 1945)
– Roger, died young. (Wurts, 1945)
– Jerome, died youngs. (Wurts, 1945)
– Maud. She married ROGER de CLIFFORD. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Philippa. She married HUGH STAFFORD on March 1, 1350. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
– Alice. She married JOHN de BEAUCHAMP and died without issue. (Wurts,
1945)
– Joan. She married married RALPH BASSET. (Wurts, 1945)
– Isabel, died 1416. She married first JOHN le STRANGE and had an only
daughter Elizabeth. She married second WILLIAM UFFORD who died without
issue. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
– Margaret. She married GUY de MONTFORD and later became a nun. (Wurts,
1945)
– Alice, She married first COKESAY and second BARDOLF. (Wurts, 1945)
– Juliana, died without marrying. (Wurts, 1945)
– Catharine, became a nun. (Wurts, 1945)
"A descendant of the Sureties Roger and Hugh Bigod and Henry deBohun, at the
age of two years he succeeded his father as Earl of Warwick, and later took an
active part in the wars in Scotland and in France. One of the chief commanders at
the battle of Crecy, he distinguished himself at Poitiers, and was constituted
marshal of England. Dying of the plague at Calais, 13 November 1369, Thomas ?
left not behind him his equal in warlike quality and fidelity.?". (Wurts, 1945,
Parts I and II, p. 225)

30. MAUD de BEAUCHAMP
She was the daughter of Thomas de Beauchamp and Catherine de Mortimer.
(Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
She married ROGER de CLIFFORD, Lord of Clifford and Westmoreland. He
was the son of Robert deClifford and Isabel Berkeley. Isabel was the daughter of
Maurice deBerkeley "The Magnanimous" and his wife Eve Zouche. Roger was
born July 10, 1333 and died in July 13, 1389. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Children:
– Thomas, born 1363 and died August 18, in East Prussia. The 6th Lord of
Clifford. He is associated with ELIZABETH de ROS. They are the parents of
Maud and John Clifford, 7th Lord of Clifford, born cir 1388. (Tompsett, 2005)
– William, died 1419. He was the Governor of Berwick, Constable of Bordeaux.
He is associated with ANNE BARDOLF. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Philippa. She married WILLIAM de FERRERS, Lord Ferrers of Groby.
(Tompsett, 2005)
– Margaret. She is associated with Sir JOHN MELTON. She is also associated
with RESTWOLD. (Tompsett, 2005)
– Catherine. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)

31. CATHERINE CLIFFORD
She was the daughter of Roger de Clifford and Maud Beauchamp. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)
She married RALPH de GREYSTOCK, the fifth Baron Greystock. He was the
governor of Loughmaban Castle and was one of the commissioners guarding the
West Marches. While in command of the military expedition against the Scots he
was taken prisoner by George, Earl of Dunbar, at Horseridge in Glendall. His
ransom cost 3000 marks. His brother William went as a hostage for him to
Dunbar, where he died of the pestilence. Ralph died in 1417. (Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– John, born 1389 and died August 8, 1436. He was appointed keeper of
Roxborough Castle for four years, at a salary of ?1000 a year in time of peace
and ?2000 a year in time of war. By contract dated October 28, 1407, he married
ELIZABETH FERRERS, who was aged 18 and more in 1411, died 1434, and
was buried in the Church of the Black Friars at York. (Wurts, 1945)
– Jane/Jean. She married WILLIAM BOWES, son of Robert Bowes and Jane
Conyers. (Wurts, 1945)
– Maude. (Tompsett, 2005)

32. MAUD de GREYSTOK
She was the daughter of Catherine Clifford and Ralph de Greystock. (Wurts,
1945; Tompsett, 2005)
She is associated with EUDO de WELLES. He was the eldest son of John de
Wells and Alianore Margaret Mowbray. (Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– Lionel/Leo, died March 29, 1461 at the battle of Towton. (Wurts, 1945;
Tompsett, 2005)

33. LIONEL de WELLES
The 6th Lord of Wells, Baron of Welles and Knight of the Garter. He was the son
of Eudo Welles and Maud Greystok, born in 1406 at Welles, Lincoln, England.
He died on March 29, 1461 at the Battle of Townton in Yorkshire, England.
(Wurts, 1945; Tompsett, 2005)
He married MARGARET BEAUCHAMP on April 14, 1447, this was her third
marriage. Margaret was the daughter of John of Bletso Beauchamp and Edith
Stourton. She died on August 8, 1482 and was interred at Wimborne Minster,
Dorset. Margaret married first Sir Oliver St. John and they were the parents of
Sir John of Bletsoe, Oliver, Agnes, Edith, Elizabeth, Mary. She married second
cir. 1440 John Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset. They were the parents of
Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond, born May 31, 1443. (Tompsett, 2005)
Child:
– John Welles, died February 9, 1499 in London, England. He was the first
Viscount of Welles. He married CICELY PLANTAGENET and they were the
parents of Elizabeth and Anne. (Tompsett, 2005)
Lionel married JOAN WATERTON in Methley, Yorkshire, England.
Children:
– Richard,
– Eleanor/Alianor,
– Cecily,
– Margaret. She married THOMAS DYMOKE of Scruveksby/Scriverlsby,
Lincoln, England. They were the parents of Margaret.
– Catherine.

34. ELEANOR WELLES
Eleanor was the daughter of Lionel Welles and Joan Waterton. She was born
about 1428 in Welles, Lincoln, England.
She married HUGH HASTING.
She married JAMES LAWRENCE.
Around 1446, she married THOMAS de HOO, Lord of Hoo and Hastings. She
was his third wife. He was born about 1396 in Luton Hoo, Bedforshire, England.
He was the son of Thomas deHoo and Eleanor deFelton. Thomas married first
Elizabeth Echingham sometime before September 1, 1428 and they were the
parents of Anne de Hoo. Thomas was a Knight of the Garter. Thomas died on
February 13, 1454/55.
Child:
– Jane de Hoo, born 1448.

35. JANE de HOO
She was also known as Ann. Jane was the daughter of Eleanor Welles and
Thomas de Hoo. She was born about 1448 in Gatton, Surrey, England.
She married ROGER COPLEY OF ROUGHWAY about 1469 in Gatton, Surrey,
England. Roger was the son of Richard Copley of Batley Hall, Yorkshire and his
second wife Elizabeth Harrington of Doncaster. He was the 5th Lord of Sussux.
Children:
– Dorothy
– Eleanor
– Roger
– Richard
– Anne
– Elizabeth
– Ada
– Thomas
– Margaret.

36. ROGER COPELY OF ROUGHWAY
Roger was the son of Jane de Hoo and Roger Copley. He was born about 1473 at
Leigh Place in Gatton, Surrey, England. He died in 1560.
Roger married ELIZABETH SHELLEY around 1529 in Michelgrove, Sussex,
England. She was the daughter of William Shelley, Justice of Common Please and
his wife, Alice, daughter of Sir Henry Belknap.
Child:
– Bridget
He married JANE LODE about 1499 in Batton, Surrey, England. She was the
daughter of Henry Lode of Kingsley, Hampshire.
Roger was knighted by King Henry VIII.

37. BRIDGET COPELY
Bridget was daughter of Sir Roger Copely.
She married RICHARD SOUTHWELL, Esq. of Horsham, St. Faiths, Norfolk. He
was the son of Sir Richard Southwell of Woodrising, Norfolk and his second
wife, Mary Darcy, daughter of Thomas Darcy of Toleshunt, sheriff of Essex in
1580.
Child:
– Catherine

38. CATHERINE SOUTHWELL
She was the daughter of Bridget Copely and Richard Southwell.
Catherine married married LEONARD MAPES OF BEESTOWN. He was the
town clerk of Norwich from 1596 to 1609 and of Faltham, Norfork. He was born
about 1558 and died in 1619. Leonard was a man of consierable prominence. He
was the son of John Mapes of Faltham and his second wife Alice Wolmer.
Child:
– Francis

39. FRANCIS MAPES OF ROWLESBY
Frances was the son of Catherine Southwell and Leonard Mapes. He was born
about 1588 in Norfolk and died in 1639.
He married ANNE LOVEDAY, daughter of Richard Loveday of Norwich.
Child:
– Thomas
Francis was a surveyor, justice of the peace and high sheriff of Norfork in 1632.
He was a stockholder of the London Co., his name appearing in the Virginia
Charter of 1609 as "one of the co-adventurers and planters of this first colony in
Virginia". However, he returned to England before 1624.

40.  John Mapes (Catherine Southwell19, Bridget Copley18, Elizabeth
Shelley17, William Shelley16, John Shelley15, John Shelley14, Robert
Shelley13, William Shelley12, John Shelley11, Thomas Shelley10, John
Shelley9, Shelley8, Shelley7, Thomas Shelley6, Shelley5, Shelley4, Shelley3,
Richard Shelley2, Thomas Shelley1) was born ABT 1596 in Rollesby, Norfolk,
England, was christened ABT 1596 in Rollesby, Norfolk, England, and died
1647. He was buried 1647.  
Child of John Mapes is:

41. Mary Mapes was born ABT 1638. She married Barnabas Wines , Jr. 1659 in
Southold, Suffolk County, New York, son of Barnabus Wines and Anna Eddy. He
was born 1636 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died 1711 in
Southold, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.

42.  Eleazer Luce b. c1675 Tisbury; married Sarah Wines daughter of Barnabas
Wines. of Southold Long Island;, . and moved there in c 1698. They had 4
children.
1. Eleazer LUCE, b. 1700, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY
2. Benjamin LUCE, b. 1702, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY
3. David LUCE, b. 1705, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY
4. William LUCE, b. ABT. 1710, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY

43.  David Luce, born 1705 at Southold, Long Island.  Married first Jemima
Corwin, born 1706 at Southold, Long Island and then later married Sarah Brown;
born 1718 at Southold, Long Island.  David had 14 children:
1.Jemima LUCE, b. ABT. 1727, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY
2. Zephaniah LUCE, b. ABT. 1729, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY
3. Benjamin LUCE, b. 1730, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY  
4. Ezekiel LUCE, b. 1731, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY  
5. Walter LUCE, b. ABT. 1733, NY  
6. Sarah LUCE, b. 1735, NY  
7. Shubal LUCE, b. 1734, Southold, Suffolk Co., NY  
8. Henry LUCE, b. 1744, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
9. Mary LUCE, b. ABT. 1745, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
10. Mercy LUCE, b. ABT. 1745, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
11. Israel LUCE, b. 1746, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
12. Nathan LUCE, b. 23 Jun 1747, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
13. David LUCE, b. 1752, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ  
14. Bethia LUCE, b. 1756, Roxbury, Morris Co., NJ

43.Benjamin Luce, born 1730 at Southold, Long Island.  Married Elizabeth
Hopkins.43.Benjamin Luce, born 1730 at Southold, Long Island.  Married in
1755 at Southold to Elizabeth Hopkins,  Our descent comes through their child,
John Luce.

44.  John Luce, born May 1764 in Roxbury Township, Morris County, New
Jersey.  Married Elizabeth Hays, born 1761 in Augusta County, Virginia.  Our
descent comes through their child, Benjamin Luce, born 1790.
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