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Ancestors of Chester James Nathaniel Maillart


      29411582. Juan de Padilla Garcuiez1153, born Abt. 1282; died 1355. He married 29411583. Maria de Henestrosa.

      29411583. Maria de Henestrosa1153, born Abt. 1284.
     
Child of Juan Garcuiez and Maria de Henestrosa is:
  14705791 i.   Maria de Padilla,Queen-consort of Castile & Leon, born 1335; died 1365 in Seville,Spain; married the Cruel Pedro,King of Castile & Leon 1353 in in secret.


      29655584. EdwardI,the Longshanks,King of England1154, born June 17, 1239 in WestminsterPalace,Middlesex,London,England; died July 07, 1307 in Burgh on the Sands,Cumberland,England. He was the son of 59311168. HenryIII,King of England and 59311169. Eleanor of Provence Berenger,Queen of England. He married 29655585. Eleanor Infanta of Castile,Queen of England October 18, 1264 in Abbey of Las Huelgas,Burgos,Castile,Spain.

      29655585. Eleanor Infanta of Castile,Queen of England, born 1244 in Castile,Spain; died November 24, 1290 in Herdeby,Lincolnshire,England. She was the daughter of 59311170. St. FerdinandIII,King of Castile and Leon and 59311171. Jeanne de Dammartin,Queen-consort of CastileLeon.

Notes for EdwardI,the Longshanks,King of England:
Edward I, called Longshanks (1239-1307), king of England (1272-1307), of the house of Plantagenet. He was born in Westminster on June 17, 1239, the eldest son of King Henry III, and at 15 married Eleanor of Castile. In the struggles of the barons against the crown for constitutional and ecclesiastical reforms, Edward took a vacillating course. When warfare broke out between the crown and the nobility, Edward fought on the side of the king, winning the decisive battle of Evesham in 1265. Five years later he left England to join the Seventh Crusade. Following his father's death in 1272, and while he was still abroad, Edward was recognized as king by the English barons; in 1273, on his return to England, he was crowned.
The first years of Edward's reign were a period of the consolidation of his power. He suppressed corruption in the administration of justice and passed legislation allowing feudal barons and the crown to collect revenues from properties willed to the church.
On the refusal of Llewelyn ab Gruffydd, ruler of Wales, to submit to the English crown, Edward began the military conflict that resulted, in 1284, in the annexation of Llewelyn's principality to the English crown. In 1290 Edward expelled all Jews from England. War between England and France broke out in 1293 as a result of the efforts of France to curb Edward's power in Gascony. Edward lost Gascony in 1293 and did not again come into possession of the duchy until 1303. About the same year in which he lost Gascony, the Welsh rose in rebellion.
Greater than either of these problems was the disaffection of the people of Scotland. In agreeing to arbitrate among the claimants to the Scottish throne, Edward, in 1291, had exacted as a prior condition the recognition by all concerned of his overlordship of Scotland. The Scots later repudiated him and made an alliance with France against England. To meet the critical situations in Wales and Scotland, Edward summoned a parliament, called the Model Parliament by historians because it was a representative body and in that respect was the forerunner of all future parliaments. Assured by Parliament of support at home, Edward took the field and suppressed the Welsh insurrection. In 1296, after invading and conquering Scotland, he declared himself king of that realm. In 1298 he again invaded Scotland to suppress the revolt led by Sir William Wallace. In winning the Battle of Falkirk in 1298, Edward achieved the greatest military triumph of his career, but he failed to crush Scottish opposition.
The conquest of Scotland became the ruling passion of his life. He was, however, compelled by the nobles, clergy, and commons to desist in his attempts to raise by arbitrary taxes the funds he needed for campaigns. In 1299 Edward made peace with France and married Margaret, sister of King Philip III of France. Thus freed of war, he again undertook the conquest of Scotland in 1303. Wallace was captured and executed in 1305. No sooner had Edward established his government in Scotland, however, than a new revolt broke out and culminated in the coronation of Robert Bruce as king of Scotland. In 1307 Edward set out for the third time to subdue the Scots, but he died en route near Carlisle on July 7, 1307.

"Edward I," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

More About EdwardI,the Longshanks,King of England:
Acceded: August 19, 1274, Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England
Burial: October 28, 1307, Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England
Title (Facts Page)2: Bet. 1272 - 1307, King of England-House of Plantagenet
Title (Facts Page)3: Bet. 1254 - 1307, Duchy of Glascony

  Notes for Eleanor Infanta of Castile,Queen of England:
Eleanor of Castile (1244?-90), queen consort of England (1272-90), daughter of Ferdinand III, king of Castile and León. In 1254 she married Prince Edward, later Edward I of England, the eldest son of King Henry III. In 1270 she accompanied Edward on the Seventh Crusade. During their absence from England, Henry III died (1272), and Edward succeeded to the throne. Two years later, following their return from the Middle East, Edward and Eleanor were crowned king and queen of England.

"Eleanor of Castile," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 96 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. (c) Funk & Wagnalls Corporation. All rights reserved.

More About Eleanor Infanta of Castile,Queen of England:
Acceded: August 19, 1274, Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England
Burial: Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England
Military: 1270, went on 7th Crusade
Title (Facts Page)2: Bet. 1272 - 1290, Queen of England
Title (Facts Page)3: Countess of Ponthieu
     
Children of Edward and Eleanor Castile are:
  i.   Eleanor Princess of England,Queen-consort Aragon1155, born June 17, 1264 in Windsor Castle,Berkshire,England; died October 02, 1297 in Ghent,Flanders; married (1) AlfonsoIII,the Liberal,King of Aragon August 15, 1290 in Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England; died 1291; married (2) HenryII,Count de Bar September 20, 1293 in Champagne,France; died 1302.
  More About Eleanor Princess of England,Queen-consort Aragon:
Burial: Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England

  More About AlfonsoIII,the Liberal,King of Aragon:
Acceded: 1285

  ii.   Joan Princess of England1155, born 1265 in Windsor Castle,Berkshire,England; died 1265.
  More About Joan Princess of England:
Burial: Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England

  iii.   John Prince of England1155, born July 10, 1266 in Windsor Castle,Windsor,Berkshire,England; died August 03, 1271 in Westminter,London,England.
  More About John Prince of England:
Burial: Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England

  iv.   Henry Prince of England1155, born July 13, 1267 in Windsor Castle,Berkshire,England; died October 14, 1274 in Merton,Surrey,England.
  More About Henry Prince of England:
Burial: Westminster Abbey,Middlesex,London,England

  v.   Katherine Princess of England1155, born 1271 in Acre,Palastine,Holy Land; died 1271 in Holy Land.
  More About Katherine Princess of England:
Burial: Church of the Friars Preachers,Bordeaux

  vi.   Joan of Acre,Princess of England1156,1157, born 1272 in Acre,Holy Land,Israel; died April 23, 1307 in Clare,Suffolk,England; met (1) Herman Habsburg of Austria; died 1282; married (2) Gilbert de Clare,the Red,3rd Earl of Gloucester May 30, 1290 in Westminster Abbey,London,England; born September 02, 1243 in Christchurch, Hampshire, England1158; died December 07, 1295 in Monmouth Castle, Monmouthshire, England1158; married (3) Ralph Monthermer 1295.
  Notes for Joan of Acre,Princess of England:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3168, Date of Import: Nov 25, 1999]

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NAME Joan "of Acre" Princess Of /ENGLAND/
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NAME Joan "of Acre" Princess Of /ENGLAND/
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TITL [COUNTESS OF GLOUCESTER AND HERTFORD/


  More About Joan of Acre,Princess of England:
Burial: April 26, 1307, Priory Church of the Austin Friars,Clare,England
Title (Facts Page)2: Countess of Gloucester & Hereford

  Notes for Gilbert de Clare,the Red,3rd Earl of Gloucester:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 4, Ed. 1, Tree #3168, Date of Import: Nov 25, 1999]

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MARR DATE 2 FEB 1252/1253 DIV
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TITL [EARL OF GLOUCESTER]/
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MARR DATE 2 FEB 1252/1253 DIV
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MARR PLAC Westminister Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England
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MARR PLAC Westminister Abbey, Westminster, Middlesex, England


  More About Gilbert de Clare,the Red,3rd Earl of Gloucester:
Burial: December 22, 1295, Abbey, Tewksbury, Gloucestershire, England1158

  vii.   Alphonso Prince of England,Earl of Chester1159, born November 24, 1273 in Bayonne,Basses Pyrenees,France; died August 19, 1284.
  viii.   Margaret Princess of England,Duchess of Brabant1159, born September 11, 1275 in Windsor Castle,Berkshire,England; died 1318; married JeanII,Duke of Brabant July 09, 1290.
  ix.   Berengaria Princess of England1159, born 1276 in Kennington,London,England; died Abt. 1278.
  x.   Mary Princess of England,Nun at Amesbury1159, born March 11, 1278 in Windsor Castle,Berkshire,England; died 1332.
  xi.   Alice Princess of England1159, born March 12, 1279 in Woodstock Palace,Oxfordshire,England; died 1291.
  xii.   Isabella Princess of England1159, born March 12, 1279; died in young.
  14827805 xiii.   Elizabeth Princess of England,Countess Hereford, born August 07, 1282 in Rhuddlan Castle,Carnarvon,Wales; died May 05, 1316 in Quendon,Essex,England; married (1) JanI,Count of Holland January 18, 1297 in Ispwich Priory Church,Suffolk,England; married (2) Humphrey VIII de Bohun,8th Earl Hereford & Essex November 14, 1302 in Westminster Abbey,London,England.
  14827792 xiv.   EdwardII,King of England, born April 25, 1284 in Caernarvon Castle,Wales; died September 21, 1327 in Berkeley Castle,Gloucestershire,England; married Isabella Princess France,Queen-consort England January 25, 1308 in Boulogne Cathedral,Pas de Calais,France.
  xv.   Beatrice Princess of England1159, born Abt. 1286 in France.
  xvi.   Blanche Princess of England1159, born 1290 in England.


      29655586. PhilippeIV,King of France & Navarre1160, born 1268 in Fontainebleau,Seine-et-Marne,France; died November 29, 1314 in Fontainebleau,Seine-et-Marne,France. He was the son of 59311172. PhilippeIII,Hardi the Bold,King of France and 59311173. Isabella of Aragon,Queen-consort of France. He married 29655587. JeanneI,Queen of Navarre August 16, 1284 in Notre Dame,Paris,Seine,France.

      29655587. JeanneI,Queen of Navarre1160, born January 1271 in Bar-sur-Seine,Aube,France; died April 02, 1304 in Chateau-de-Vincennes,Val-de-Marne,France. She was the daughter of 59311174. EnriqueI,the Fat,King of Navarre and 29655605. Blanche d'Artois,Queen-consort of Navarre.

Notes for PhilippeIV,King of France & Navarre:
Philip IV (of France), called The Fair (1268-1314), king of France (1285-1314), known for his conflict with the papacy. The son and successor of King Philip III, he was born in Fontainebleau. Through marriage he became the ruler of Navarre and Champagne. Between 1294 and 1296 he seized Guienne, in southwestern France, a possession of Edward I, king of England. In 1297 war ensued with England and with Flanders, England's ally. Under the terms of a truce made in 1299, Philip withdrew from Guienne and Edward withdrew from Flanders, leaving it to the French. A revolt broke out at Brugge (Bruges), however, and at the Battle of Courtrai in 1302, the French army was disastrously defeated by Flemish burghers.
The great event of Philip's reign was his struggle with Pope Boniface VII, which grew out of Philip's attempt to levy taxes against the clergy. By the bull Clericis Laicos (1296) Boniface forbade the clergy to pay taxes to a secular power, and Philip replied by forbidding the export of coins, thereby depriving the pope of French revenues. A temporary reconciliation was ended by a fresh outbreak of the quarrel when Philip arrested the papal legate in 1301 and summoned the first French Estates-General. This assembly, which was composed of clergy, nobles, and burghers, gave support to Philip. Boniface retaliated with the celebrated bull Unam Sanctam (1302), a declaration of papal supremacy. Philip's partisans then imprisoned Boniface. The pope escaped but died soon afterward.
In 1305 Philip obtained the election of one of his own adherents as pope, Clement V, and compelled him to reside in France. Thus began the so-called Babylonian Captivity of the papacy (1309-77), during which the popes lived at Avignon and were subjected to French control.
In 1307 Philip arrested Grand Master Jacques de Molay of the Knights Templars, and in 1312 he forced the pope to suppress the religious and military order. Their wealth was confiscated by the king, and many members were burned at the stake. Also, as a result of his financial needs, Philip greatly increased taxes, debased the coinage several times, and arrested the Jews and the Lombards (Italian bankers), appropriating the assets of the former and demanding large subsidies from the latter. He died October 29, 1314, at Fontainebleau.

"Philip IV (of France)," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 96 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1995 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. (c) Funk & Wagnalls Corporation. All rights reserved.

More About PhilippeIV,King of France & Navarre:
Acceded: 1285
Burial: St.Denis,France
Title (Facts Page)2: Bet. 1285 - 1314, King of France
Title (Facts Page)3: King of Navarre

More About JeanneI,Queen of Navarre:
Acceded: 1274
     
Children of Philippe and Jeanne are:
  i.   Marguerite Princess of France1160, born Abt. 1286 in Paris,Seine,France; died Aft. 1294.
  ii.   Louis X,the Headstrong,King of France1160, born October 04, 1289 in Paris,Seine,France; died June 05, 1316 in Vincennes,Val de Marne,France; met (1) Endeline; married (2) Marguerite de Burgandy,Queen-consort of France September 23, 1305 in Vernon,Eure,France; died Bef. 1315; married (3) Klemencia of Princess of Hungary August 19, 1315 in Paris,Seine,France.
  iii.   Blanche Princess of France1160, born 1290 in Paris,Seine,France.
  14827793 iv.   Isabella Princess France,Queen-consort England, born 1292 in Paris,France; died August 22, 1358 in Castle Rising,Norfolk,England; married EdwardII,King of England January 25, 1308 in Boulogne Cathedral,Pas de Calais,France.
  v.   PhilipV,the Tall,King of France1160, born Abt. 1294 in Paris or Lyons,France; died January 03, 1322 in Longchamp,France; married Jeanne de Bourgogne,Queen-consort of France 1307 in Corbeil,Marne,France.
  More About PhilipV,the Tall,King of France:
Acceded: 1316
Burial: St.Denis,France
Title (Facts Page)2: King of Navarre

  vi.   CharlesIV,the Fair,King of France1160, born 1295 in Clermont,Oise,France; died February 01, 1328 in Vincennes,France; married (1) Blanche de Bourgogne,Queen-consort of France 1307; born Abt. 1296; died 1326; married (2) Marie of Luxemburg,Queen-consort of France September 21, 1322 in Province,Seine et Marne,France; born 1305; died Abt. 1323; married (3) Joan d'Evereux,Queen-consort of France July 05, 1325 in Paris,Seine,France; died 1371.
  More About CharlesIV,the Fair,King of France:
Acceded: 1322
Burial: St.Denis,France
Title (Facts Page)2: King of Navarre

  More About Blanche de Bourgogne,Queen-consort of France:
Occupation: 1322, after divorce enetered Maubuisson convent

  vii.   Robert Prince of France1160, born 1297; died August 1308.


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