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Ancestors of Mark Willis Ballard


Generation No. 54


      14376148964212736. Brand of Scandinavia211, born Abt. 271 in of, Scandinavia211. He was the son of 28752297928425472. Beldeg of Scandinavia and 28752297928425473. Nanna of Norway.

Notes for Brand of Scandinavia:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 233; Kraentzler 1692; AF.
RC: Brand of Scandinavia. K: Brand.
     
Child of Brand of Scandinavia is:
  7188074482106368 i.   Frithogar of Saxony, born Abt. 299.


      14376149375254528. Childeric King of the Franks, born 160; died 253211. He was the son of 28752298750509056. Sunno (Hunno) King of the Franks.

Notes for Childeric King of the Franks:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Kraentzler 1811; Pfafman.
K: Hilderic, King of the Franks.
Pfafman: Hilderic, King of the Franks 213-253. Died 253.
     
Child of Childeric King of the Franks is:
  7188074687627264 i.   Bartherus King of the Franks, born 180; died 272.


      14376149375328256. Ostragotha King of the Goths, born 171; died 250. He was the son of 28752298750656512. Hisarna.
     
Child of Ostragotha King of the Goths is:
  7188074687664128 i.   Hunuil King of the Goths, born 200.


      14376149375333376. Consul Titus Flavius Sabinus II211, died in 69 A.D.211. He was the son of 28752298750666752. I Titus Flavius Sabinus and 28752298750666753. Vaspasiana Polla.

Notes for Consul Titus Flavius Sabinus II:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1768.
K: Titus Flavius Sabinus. Long President at Mesia, then Prefect of that
city and later Consul. Slain 69 A.D.
     
Child of Consul Titus Flavius Sabinus II is:
  7188074687666688 i.   Publius Flavius Sabinus.


      14376149375333380. Emperor of Rome Flavius Vespasian Emperor of Rome211, born in Nov. 17, 9 CE at Falacrina near Sabine Reata211; died in June 23, 79 CE at Aquae Cutiliae211. He was the son of 28752298750666752. I Titus Flavius Sabinus and 28752298750666753. Vaspasiana Polla. He married 14376149375333381. Flavia Domitilia.

      14376149375333381. Flavia Domitilia She was the daughter of 28752298750666762. Flavius Liberalis.

Notes for Emperor of Rome Flavius Vespasian Emperor of Rome:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Source: Kraentzler 1690, 1769.
K: Flavius Vespasian, Emperor, and Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasius, Emperor
of Rome.
     
Child of Flavius Rome and Flavia Domitilia is:
  7188074687666690 i.   Emperor of Rome Titus Vespasius Emperor of Rome, born in Dec. 30, 39 CE in Rome; died in September 81 CE; married Arricidia Tertulle.


      14376149375333394. Trajan Emperor of Rome212, born in Abt. 30 CE Italica, Baetica; died August 09, 117 in Selinus Cilicia. He was the son of 28752298750666788. Lucuis Salvinus Titianus and 28752298750666789. Longina Domitia. He married 14376149375333395. Pomperia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso.

      14376149375333395. Pomperia Plotina Claudia Phoebe Piso She was the daughter of 28752298750666790. Arrius Antoninus Calpurnius Piso and 28752298750666791. Boionia Procilla Servilia.

Notes for Trajan Emperor of Rome:
Trajan
born Sept. 15?, AD 53, Italica, Baetica [now in Spain]
died Aug. 8/9, 117, Selinus, Cilicia [now in Turkey]


Latin in full Caesar Divi Nervae Filius Nerva Traianus Optimus Augustus, also called (AD 9798) Caesar Nerva Traianus Germanicus, original name Marcus Ulpius Traianus Roman emperor (AD 98117), the first to be born outside Italy. He sought to extend the boundaries of the empire to the east (notably in Dacia, Arabia, Armenia, and Mesopotamia), undertook a vast building program, and enlarged social welfare.


     
Child of Trajan Rome and Pomperia Piso is:
  7188074687666697 i.   Domita Lucilla Trajanus, married Julianus Calpurnius Piso.


      14376149375333396. M. Annius Verrus He married 14376149375333397. Rupilla Faustina.

      14376149375333397. Rupilla Faustina
     
Child of M. Verrus and Rupilla Faustina is:
  7188074687666698 i.   Antoninus Pius Emperor of Rome, born in Sept. 19, 86 CE at Lanuvium; died March 160/61.


      14376149375333400. Roman Consul Drusus Nero Germanicus of Rome213, born in 38 B.C.213; died in 9 B.C., Germany213. He was the son of 28752298750666800. Tiberius Claudius Nero II and 28752298750666801. Livia Drusilla. He married 14376149375333401. Antonia Minor.

      14376149375333401. Antonia Minor She was the daughter of 28752298750666802. Triumvir of Rome Marcus Antonius and 28752298750666803. Octavia Major.

Notes for Roman Consul Drusus Nero Germanicus of Rome:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Pfafman; Kraentzler 1770, 1826; Robinson.
Pfafman: Full name--Nero Claudius Drusus Germanicus. Roman general.
Governor of Gaul, 13 to 10 B.C. Consul in 9 B.C. Brother of Roman Emperor
Tiberius. Born 38 B.C., died 9 B.C.
K: Drusus Nero Germanicus, Emperor of Rome. Caius Octavius Augustus
(Augustus Caesar) (RIN 7960) was his step-father.
Robinson: Drusus.
     
Children of Drusus Rome and Antonia Minor are:
  7188074687666700 i.   Roman Emperor Claudius I of Rome, born in 10 B.C., Lugdunum, Gaul; died in 54 A.D; married Aemilia Lepida.


      14376149375333402. Aimibus Paulius He married 14376149375333403. Julia Agrippina Caesonia.

      14376149375333403. Julia Agrippina Caesonia, born in Abt 12 BCE; died in Abt 33 CE. She was the daughter of 28752298750666806. Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa and 28752298750666807. Julia Augusta Caesonia.
     
Child of Aimibus and Julia Caesonia is:
  7188074687666701 i.   Aemilia Lepida, married Roman Emperor Claudius I of Rome.


      14376149375333432. King of Britain Meric (Marius) of Britain213, born in 74 A.D.213; died 125213. He was the son of 28752298750666864. King of Britain Arviragus of Britain and 28752298750666865. Venissa (Venessa) Claudia of Rome. He married 14376149375333433. NN. of the Icenians.

      14376149375333433. NN. of the Icenians She was the daughter of 28752298750666866. King of Iceni Prasutagus of the Icenians and 28752298750666867. Queen of Iceni Boadicea (Victoria) of the Icenians.

Notes for King of Britain Meric (Marius) of Britain:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: AF, Kraentzler 1796, 1812; Collins, Smallwood and Blount.
Collins: King of the Britains 74-125.
K: Meric (Marius), King of Britain.

  Notes for NN. of the Icenians:
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: Pfafman; Kraentzler 1812; Smallwood.
This connection is VERY SHAKY. Most sources say the fate of Boadicia's two
daughters, after the Romans defeated the Iceni in 60 A.D., is not known. Most
believe they were killed in, or after, the battle--or, possibly, took poison
with their mother.
Smallwood (Volume II, p. 161) says her source for this marriage is "Royal
Ancestors of Magna Charta Barons" (1959) by Carr P. Collins Jr. And Pfafman
cites Smallwood as one of the sources for his book. Ergo, Collins probably is
the source for this information.
Kraentzler, however, in line 1812 also has Meric married to N.N., daughter
of Boadicea. He does not name Boadicea's husband, which he certainly should
have been able to find.
     
Children of Meric Britain and NN. Icenians are:
  7188074687666718 i.   Eurgen Ap Marius, born Abt. 107.
  7188074687666716 ii.   "Old King Cole" Coel I of Colchester, born 120; died 170; married (2) Penardun.


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