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    Post  THEeXchanger on Wed May 22, 2013 9:52 pm

    AmΓ©dΓ©e, comte d'Oscheret, de Langres et de Dijon is your 34th great grandfather.

    Susan Lynne Schwenger

    You

    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Catherine Gray of Buttergask - Stewart - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    Elisabeth Stewart, Countess of Argyll
    her mother

    β†’

    John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl
    her father

    β†’

    James Stewart, the Black Knight of Lorn
    his father

    β†’

    Sir John Stewart of Innermeath
    his father

    β†’

    Lady Isabella Margaret, Countess of Fife, and Angus, Heiress of Hokettle MacDuff
    his mother

    β†’

    Lady Mary, Countess of Fife De Monthermer
    her mother

    β†’

    Joan of Acre, Countess of Gloucester & Hertford
    her mother

    β†’

    Eleanor of Castile, Queen consort of England
    her mother

    β†’

    Fernando III el Santo, rey de Castilla
    her father

    β†’

    Alfonso IX el Baboso, rey de LeΓ³n y Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Fernando II, rey de LeΓ³n
    his father

    β†’

    Alfonso VII el Emperador, rey de Castilla y LeΓ³n
    his father

    β†’

    Raimundo de BorgoΓ±a, conde de Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Guillaume I, comte Palatin de Bourgogne
    his father

    β†’

    Renaud I, comte Palatin de Bourgogne
    his father

    β†’

    Otto Guillaume I, comte de Bourgogne et de MΓ’con
    his father

    β†’

    Adalbert II d'Ivrea, King of Italy
    his father

    β†’

    Berengario II di Ivrea, Re d'Italia
    his father

    β†’

    Adalbertus I, marchio Eporediensis
    his father

    β†’

    Anscarius I marchio Eporediensis, comes Oscheret
    his father

    β†’

    AmΓ©dΓ©e, comte d'Oscheret, de Langres et de Dijon
    his father
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    AmΓ©dΓ©e d'Oscheret
    Birth: circa 790
    Italy
    Death: circa 867 (77)
    Immediate Family:

    Husband of Maria di Montferrato
    Father of N.N. de Bourgogne; Anscarius I marchio Eporediensis, comes Oscheret; Gui, Comte de Pombia; Fulk (Archbishop of Reims) and Fulcherius Venerabilis, archiepiscopus Remensis
    Added by: James Frederick Pultz on December 23, 2007
    Managed by: Jim Semple, Jr and 58 others

    http://www.geni.com/people/Am%C3%A9d%C3%A9e-comte-d-Oscheret-de-Langres-et-de-Dijon/6000000000186456686?through=6000000004131819438

    Maria di Montferrato is your 34th great grandmother.

    http://www.geni.com/people/Maria-di-Montferrato/6000000001351735997?through=6000000000186456686
    Maria di Montferrato
    Birth: 800
    Friuli,Lombardy,,Italy
    Immediate Family:

    Wife of AmΓ©dΓ©e, comte d'Oscheret, de Langres et de Dijon
    Mother of N.N. de Bourgogne; Anscarius I marchio Eporediensis, comes Oscheret; Gui, Comte de Pombia; Fulk (Archbishop of Reims) and Fulcherius Venerabilis, archiepiscopus Remensis
    Added by: Ernesto Álvarez Uriondo on September 29, 2008
    Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes and 21 others
    Maria di Montferrato is your 34th great grandmother.

    You - Susan Lynne Schwenger

    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Catherine Gray of Buttergask - Stewart - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    Elisabeth Stewart, Countess of Argyll
    her mother

    β†’

    John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl
    her father

    β†’

    James Stewart, the Black Knight of Lorn
    his father

    β†’

    Sir John Stewart of Innermeath
    his father

    β†’

    Lady Isabella Margaret, Countess of Fife, and Angus, Heiress of Hokettle MacDuff
    his mother

    β†’

    Lady Mary, Countess of Fife De Monthermer
    her mother

    β†’

    Joan of Acre, Countess of Gloucester & Hertford
    her mother

    β†’

    Eleanor of Castile, Queen consort of England
    her mother

    β†’

    Fernando III el Santo, rey de Castilla
    her father

    β†’

    Alfonso IX el Baboso, rey de LeΓ³n y Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Fernando II, rey de LeΓ³n
    his father

    β†’

    Alfonso VII el Emperador, rey de Castilla y LeΓ³n
    his father

    β†’

    Raimundo de BorgoΓ±a, conde de Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Guillaume I, comte Palatin de Bourgogne
    his father

    β†’

    Renaud I, comte Palatin de Bourgogne
    his father

    β†’

    Otto Guillaume I, comte de Bourgogne et de MΓ’con
    his father

    β†’

    Adalbert II d'Ivrea, King of Italy
    his father

    β†’

    Berengario II di Ivrea, Re d'Italia
    his father

    β†’

    Adalbertus I, marchio Eporediensis
    his father

    β†’

    Anscarius I marchio Eporediensis, comes Oscheret
    his father

    β†’

    Maria di Montferrato
    his mother
    is your 34th great grandmother

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Thu May 23, 2013 4:16 pm

    Remember Donna aka Cosmic Mind from PA/PC
    she and i worked on a project to prove
    that Susan LynnE Schewnger - The eXchanger
    can actually walk between the worlds

    So, i appeared in Donna's backyard & she took some photographs


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    Post  THEeXchanger on Thu May 23, 2013 6:51 pm

    Kings & Queens of Avalon
    Lineage of Viviane del Acqs, Lady of The Lake, Queen of Avalon & Burgundy
    daughter of Amlawdd Del Acqs, Queen of Avalon
    daughter of Riotham ap Deroch your 41st great grandfather.
    http://www.geni.com/people/Riotham-ap-Deroch/6000000002447285385?through=6000000000172839035

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun
    his mother

    β†’

    Patrick Halyburton, 5th/6th Lord Dirletoun
    her father

    β†’

    George Halyburton, 3rd/4th Lord Dirletoun
    his father

    β†’

    Sir John Halyburton
    his father

    β†’

    Marjorie Stewart Haliburton, Countess of Atholl
    his mother

    β†’

    Archibald Douglas "The Grim", 3rd Earl of Douglas
    her father

    β†’

    Sir James Douglas of Lothian
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William "le Hardi" Douglas, 5th Lord of Douglas
    his father

    β†’

    Constance (Batail) de Douglas, of Fawdon
    his mother

    β†’

    Donnchadh I mac Gilbert, 1st Earl of Carrick
    her father

    β†’

    Gilbert mac Fergus, Lord of Galloway
    his father

    β†’

    Elizabeth, Princess of England
    his mother

    β†’

    Henry I Beauclerc, King of England
    her father

    β†’

    William the Conqueror, King of England
    his father

    β†’

    Robert, le Magnifique, FitzRichard, Duc de Normandie
    his father

    β†’

    Judith de Bretagne
    his mother

    β†’

    Conan I le Tort, duc de Bretagne
    her father

    β†’

    JudicaΓ«l, comte de Rennes
    his father

    β†’

    N.N. de Bretagne
    his mother

    β†’

    N.N. de Bretagne
    her mother

    β†’

    ErispoΓ« II, duc de Bretagne
    her father

    β†’

    Nominoe/Nomemoe King of Brittany
    his father

    β†’

    ErispoΓ« Ier, Comte de Poher
    his father

    β†’

    Froamidus (Fictional)
    his father

    β†’

    Alain de Bretagne
    his father

    β†’

    Sir Lionel (Fictional)
    his father

    β†’

    Bors II de Bretagne
    his father

    β†’

    Viviane Del Acqs, Lady of The Lake, Queen of Avalon & Burgundy
    his mother

    β†’

    Amlawdd Del Acqs, Queen of Avalon
    her mother

    β†’

    Riotham ap Deroch
    her father
    is your 41st Great Grandfather

    Riotham ap Deroch
    Birth: 435
    Rennes, Brittany, France
    Death: 470 (35)
    Immediate Family:

    Son of Deroch ap Guitol
    Husband of nn Acqs
    Father of Alma Pompea verch Riatham; Amlawdd D Acqs, Queen of Avalon; Riwal ap Riotham,
    Prince of Domnonee and Ionas ap Riatham
    Added by: Scott Hibbard on July 5, 2008
    Managed by: Geoffrey David Trowbridge and 16 others
    Curated by: Catherine "Erin" Spiceland

    NN Del Acqs
    is your 41st Great Grandmother

    **************************************************************

    Arvirargus ap Cunobelin, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni is your 53rd great grandfather.

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun
    his mother

    β†’

    Patrick Halyburton, 5th/6th Lord Dirletoun
    her father

    β†’

    George Halyburton, 3rd/4th Lord Dirletoun
    his father

    β†’

    Sir John Halyburton
    his father

    β†’

    Marjorie Stewart Haliburton, Countess of Atholl
    his mother

    β†’

    Archibald Douglas "The Grim", 3rd Earl of Douglas
    her father

    β†’

    Sir James Douglas of Lothian
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William "le Hardi" Douglas, 5th Lord of Douglas
    his father

    β†’

    Constance (Batail) de Douglas, of Fawdon
    his mother

    β†’

    Donnchadh I mac Gilbert, 1st Earl of Carrick
    her father

    β†’

    Gilbert mac Fergus, Lord of Galloway
    his father

    β†’

    Elizabeth, Princess of England
    his mother

    β†’

    Henry I Beauclerc, King of England
    her father

    β†’

    William the Conqueror, King of England
    his father

    β†’

    Robert, le Magnifique, FitzRichard, Duc de Normandie
    his father

    β†’

    Judith de Bretagne
    his mother

    β†’

    Conan I le Tort, duc de Bretagne
    her father

    β†’

    JudicaΓ«l, comte de Rennes
    his father

    β†’

    N.N. de Bretagne
    his mother

    β†’

    N.N. de Bretagne
    her mother

    β†’

    ErispoΓ« II, duc de Bretagne
    her father

    β†’

    Nominoe/Nomemoe King of Brittany
    his father

    β†’

    ErispoΓ« Ier, Comte de Poher
    his father

    β†’

    Froamidus (Fictional)
    his father

    β†’

    Alain de Bretagne
    his father

    β†’

    Sir Lionel (Fictional)
    his father

    β†’

    Bors II de Bretagne
    his father

    β†’

    Viviane del Acqs, Queen of Avallon
    his mother

    β†’

    Amlawdd D Acqs, Queen of Avalon
    her mother

    β†’

    Riotham ap Deroch
    her father

    β†’

    Deroch ap Guitol
    his father

    β†’

    Guitol ap Gradlon
    his father

    β†’

    Gradlon ap Conan, King of Brittany
    his father

    β†’

    Conan Meriadek/Cynan Meiriadog/Kynan Meiriadawe leader of the Bretons
    his father

    β†’

    Gereint ab Einudd, Lord of Meridoc
    his father

    β†’

    Einudd Ap Gwrddwfn, King of Wales
    his father

    β†’

    Gwrddwfin ap Cwrrig
    his father

    β†’

    Cwrrig Goruc Mawr ap Meirchion, King of Wales
    his father

    β†’

    Meirchion ap Owain, King of Wales
    his father

    β†’

    Owain Eurgen ap Marius Cyllin, King of Wales
    his father

    β†’

    St. Cyllin / Marius ap Caradog, King of Britain
    his father

    β†’

    Arvirargus ap Cunobelin, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni
    his father
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    Arvirargus Gweirdd Ap Cymbeline ap Cunobelin, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni MP
    Place of Burial: Wales
    Birth: 10
    Catuvellauni Territory, Wales
    Death: circa 60 (50)
    Rome, Lazio, Italy
    Immediate Family:

    Son of Cunobelinus ap Tasciovanus, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni and Wife of Cunobelinus
    Husband of Genuissa Claudia, Queen of Siluria
    Father of Eurgen ap Caradog, Princess Of Britain; Saint Claudia; St. Cyllin / Marius ap Caradog, King of Britain; Linus Lleyn ap Caradoc, Pope, 1st Bishop of Rome and Guid ap Caradog
    Brother of Adminius ap Cunobelin; Guiderius ap Cunobelin; Togodumnus ap Cunobelin, of Catuvellauni & Dumnonii and Gladys Ferch Cunobelin, of Camulod
    Added by: Scott Hibbard on June 4, 2007
    Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes and 195 others
    Curated by: Catherine "Erin" Spiceland

    Arvirargus ap Cunobelin, King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni is your 53rd great grandfather.

    http://www.geni.com/people/Arvirargus-ap-Cunobelin/6000000000977042088?through=6000000003827309556

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon May 27, 2013 3:19 pm

    Noah / Χ Χ— / Ω†ΩˆΨ­ . is your 106th great grandfather.
    http://www.geni.com/people/Noah-%D7%A0%D7%97-%D9%86%D9%88%D8%AD/6000000002145556219?through=6000000000794735331

    Noah / Χ Χ— / Ω†ΩˆΨ­ . is your 106th great grandfather.

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun
    his mother

    β†’

    Patrick Halyburton, 5th/6th Lord Dirletoun
    her father

    β†’

    George Halyburton, 3rd/4th Lord Dirletoun
    his father

    β†’

    Janet Halyburton, of Seton
    his mother

    β†’

    Janet Dunbar, of March
    her mother

    β†’

    George Dunbar, 9th Earl of Dunbar and March
    her father

    β†’

    Sir Alexander de Dunbar of Wester Spott
    his father

    β†’

    Lady Marjory Brigit de Comyn, Countess of Dunbar
    his mother

    β†’

    Sir Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan
    her father

    β†’

    William Comyn, 1st Earl of Buchan
    his father

    β†’

    Hextilda Comyn
    his mother

    β†’

    Uchtred FitzWaltheof, Lord of Tynedale
    her father

    β†’

    Judith de Lens, Countess of Huntingdon
    his mother

    β†’

    Lambert II de Boulogne, comte de Lens
    her father

    β†’

    Mahaut de Louvaine
    his mother

    β†’

    Lambert I, graaf van Leuven en Brussel
    her father

    β†’

    RΓ©gnier III, comte de Hainaut
    his father

    β†’

    Regnier II, Count of Hainault
    his father

    β†’

    RΓ©gnier I, comte de Hainaut
    his father

    β†’

    Giselbert von der Darnau, Comte d'Aquitaine et Brabant
    his father

    β†’

    Bertswinda de Hesbaye
    his mother

    β†’

    Sigrimaine, comte d'Hesbaye
    her father

    β†’

    Lambert II, Bishop of Metz
    his father

    β†’

    Doda de Poitiers
    his mother

    β†’

    Warinus, comte de Poitiers
    her father

    β†’

    Bodilon de Trèves
    his father

    β†’

    Warnacher de Trèves, Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy
    his father

    β†’

    Ansbertus / Ausbert de Moselle
    his father

    β†’

    Ferreolus de Rodez, Dux
    his father

    β†’

    Tonantius Ferreolus, III
    his father

    β†’

    Papianilla Avita
    his mother

    β†’

    N.N., Son of Adelphius or Hermogenianus de Limoges
    her father

    β†’

    [Adelphius or Hermogenianus] de Limoges
    his father

    β†’

    Anicia Faltonia Proba
    his mother

    β†’

    Turrania Anicia Juliana
    her mother

    β†’

    Anicius Auchenius Bassus
    her father

    β†’

    Amnius Manius Caesonius Nichomachus Anicius Paulinus
    his father

    β†’

    Amnius Anicius Julianus
    his father

    β†’

    Sextus Anicius Faustus Paulinianus
    his father

    β†’

    Asinia Juliana Nicomacha
    his mother

    β†’

    Gaius Asinius Nicomachus Julianus
    her father

    β†’

    Gaius Asinius Quadratus Protimus
    his father

    β†’

    Julia Quadratilla
    his mother

    β†’

    Aulus Julius
    her father

    β†’

    Julia Quadratilla Bassa
    his mother

    β†’

    Julia Iotapa
    her mother

    β†’

    Alexander, King of Cilicia
    her father

    β†’

    Tigranes VI, King of Armenia
    his father

    β†’

    Alexander II of Judaea
    his father

    β†’

    Glaphyra of Cappadocia
    his mother

    β†’

    Archelaus, King of Cappadocia
    her father

    β†’

    Berenice IV Ptolemy, Princess of Egypt
    his mother

    β†’

    Ptolemy XII (d. 51 BC)
    her father

    β†’

    Ptolemy IX Soter II (d. c. 81 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Tryphon (d. 116 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy V Epiphanes Eucharistos (d. 180 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy IV Philopator
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy III Eurgetes Tryphon
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy II Philadelphus (d. 246 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Ptolemy I Soter, Satrap and Pharaoh of Egypt (d. 282 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Arisonoe the Argead
    his father

    β†’

    Meleager of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    Bocrus of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Amyntas I of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Alketas of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Aeropos of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Philippos I of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Argaios of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Perdikkas of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Tirimmos of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Koinos of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    King Karanos of Macedonia
    his father

    β†’

    Aristomidas
    his father

    β†’

    Acous
    his father

    β†’

    Thestrus
    his father

    β†’

    Maron
    his father

    β†’

    Ceisus
    his father

    β†’

    Temenus
    his father

    β†’

    Aristomakhos
    his father

    β†’

    Cleodemus
    his father

    β†’

    Hyllus
    his father

    β†’

    Heracles (Hercules) of Argos, King of Tiryns (1286-1226 BC)
    his father

    β†’

    Princess Alcmene (AlkmΓͺnΓͺ: β€œMight of the Moon”) of Mycenea
    his mother

    β†’

    King Elektryon of Mycenea
    her father

    β†’

    Perseus of Mycenea
    his father

    β†’

    Princess DanaΓ« of Argos
    his mother

    β†’

    Acrisius, King of Argos
    her father

    β†’

    Abas, King of Argos
    his father

    β†’

    Prince Lynceus of Aigyptos
    his father

    β†’

    King Aegyptus / Αἴγυπτος
    his father

    β†’

    King Hotepsekhemwi (Boethos \ Belus) of Egypt
    his father

    β†’

    Nimrod / Χ ΧžΧ¨Χ•Χ“ King of Assyrie in Babylon / מלך אשור
    his father

    β†’

    Cush / Χ›Χ•Χ© .
    his father

    β†’

    Ham / חם .
    his father

    β†’

    Noah / Χ Χ— / Ω†ΩˆΨ­ .

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Mon May 27, 2013 7:55 pm

    Balso de Bayeux, Comte de Bayeux is your 30th great grandfather.

    Balso de Bayeux (d'Espaine), Comte de Bayeux
    Birth: circa 930
    Bayeux, Basse-Normandie, France
    Death: 992 (62)
    Normandy,,,France
    Immediate Family:

    Husband of Judith Countess of Boulogne
    Father of Ancitel de Bayeux, Comte de Bayeux et Vicomte du Bessin
    Added by: Lydia Wagner on January 26, 2008
    Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes and 33 others
    Curated by: Myrna Huthmacher, (C)

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother
    Murray Bruce "muff" Schwenger
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father
    Viola Mae Drury - Handy
    her mother

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father
    IDA EVA MORTON RUSSELL
    his mother
    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother
    Edward Handy
    his father
    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father
    MARION RENNIE - RUTHVEN
    her mother
    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father
    MARGARET THOMPSON
    his mother
    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father
    Margaret Wotherspoon - Weatherspoon - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father
    Mary Henderson
    his mother
    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father
    Marrion Margaret Peadie-Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father
    Elspeth Hutcheson - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/William-Alexander-Ruthven/6000000019303156215?through=6000000019148823054
    Isobell Reid - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/William-Ruthven/6000000019148823054?through=6000000019148667515
    Marion Clerk
    his mother

    β†’

    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Mary-Gray-Seaton-Ruthven/6000000019148667515?through=6000000006444214867
    Sir William Ruthven
    his father
    Son of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven and Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun

    β†’

    Marion Ogilvy - Gray
    her mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Marion-Gray/6000000006444214867?through=6000000002980085587
    Sir Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray
    her father
    Son of Gilbert Gray, of Buttergask and Egidia Mercer - Gray

    β†’

    Helen Sinclair - Ogilvy (Sinclair), Lady Ogilvy of Airlie
    her mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Helen-Ogilvy-Sinclair-Lady-Ogilvy-of-Airlie/6000000002980085587?through=6000000012978328641
    James Ogilvy, 4th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie;
    her father

    β†’

    Margaret Hepburn - Sinclair
    her mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Margaret-Sinclair/6000000012978328641?through=6000000002300281275
    Henry Sinclair, 3rd Lord Sinclair
    her father
    Son of William Sinclair, II and Christina Leslie
    Son of William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, 3rd Earl of Orkney and Elizabeth Douglas
    http://www.geni.com/people/William-Sinclair/6000000012348455738?through=6000000011223170669

    β†’

    Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick
    her father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Adam-Hepburn/6000000002300281275?through=6000000002187896120
    Helen Home
    her mother
    Daughter of Alexander Home, 1st Lord Home and Marion Lauder

    β†’

    Sir Patrick Hepburn of Dunsyre
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Patrick-Hepburn-of-Dunsyre/6000000002187896120?through=6000000002187768562
    Ellen Wallace
    his mother
    Daughter of James John Wallace of Riccarton and Miss Wallace Balliol

    β†’

    Sir Adam Hepburn, Lord Of Hailes
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-Adam-Hepburn/6000000001580934837?through=6000000002187896242
    Janet de Borthwick of Lochowort Castle, Midlothian, Scotland\
    Daughter of Sir William Borthwick
    Son of Thomas de Borthwick
    β†’

    Beatrice de Vaux
    his mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Beatrice-de-Vaux/6000000002187896242?through=6000000020032865288
    Patrick Hepburn of Hailes
    Hailes Castle,Prestonkirk,East Lothian,Scotland
    her father

    Son of Sir Patrick Hepburn, Knight and Agnes
    β†’

    Baron William de Vaux
    her father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Baron-William-de-Vaux/6000000020032865288?through=6000000007151269525
    Lady Catherine de Vaux
    her mother
    β†’

    BARONESS Elizabeth de Hastings, Baroness
    his mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Elizabeth-de-Hastings/6000000007151269525?through=6000000020032944291
    John lll de Vaux, lord of Dirleton
    his father

    β†’

    John de Hastings
    her father
    http://www.geni.com/people/John-de-Hastings/6000000020032944291?through=6000000010039651217
    Joan de Cantelou
    her mother
    β†’

    Ada de Huntingdon
    his mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ada-de-Huntingdon/6000000010039651217?through=6000000000424875913
    Sir Henry de Hastings
    her father
    β†’

    Mathilda (Maud) de Meschines of Chester, Countess of Huntingdon
    her mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Mathilda-Maud-de-Meschines-of-Chester/6000000000424875913?through=6000000003772404490
    Daibhidh (David) mac Eanric, 9th Earl of Huntingdon
    her father
    β†’

    Hugh de Kevelioc, 5th Earl of Chester
    her father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Hugh-de-Kevelioc-5th-Earl-of-Chester/6000000003726476051?through=6000000005934887877
    Bertrada de Montfort
    her mother
    β†’

    Ranulf de Gernon, 2nd Earl of Chester de Meschines (Chester), et Vicomte d'Avranches
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ranulf-de-Gernon-2nd-Earl-of-Chester/6000000005934887877?through=6000000005072749060
    Maud FitzRobert, Countess of Chester
    his mother


    β†’

    Ranulph III "de Briquessart" le Meschin, Earl of Chester
    her father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ranulph-III-de-Briquessart-le-Meschin-Earl-of-Chester/6000000005072749060?through=6000000003494695157
    Lucy Thoroldsdottir, Countess of Chester
    her mother
    β†’

    Ranulph II 'le Meschin' de Bayeux
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ranulph-II-le-Meschin-de-Bayeux/6000000003494695157?through=4615364525630058469
    Maud d'Avranches
    his mother
    β†’

    Ranulph I de Bayeux, Vicomte du Bessin
    his father
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ranulph-I-de-Bayeux-Vicomte-du-Bessin/4615364525630058469?through=6000000002043204774
    Alix FitzRichard de Normandie
    his mother

    β†’

    Ancitel de Bayeux, Comte de Bayeux et Vicomte du Bessin
    his father
    Mrs_Ancitel De Bayeux
    his mother
    http://www.geni.com/people/Ancitel-de-Bayeux/6000000002043204774?through=6000000003816006085

    β†’

    Balso de Bayeux, Comte de Bayeux
    his father
    Judith Countess of Boulogne
    his mother

    http://www.geni.com/people/Balso-de-Bayeux/6000000003816006085?through=6000000002043204774

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Wed May 29, 2013 10:20 pm

    Back to Magog, from Egypt through The Queens & Kings of Scythia -- Kings of Gothia - Kings of Galicia -
    High Kings of Ireland - King of Brycheiniog - Brenin
    The Saints - Saint Rhain ap Brychan~Brenin Brycheiniog,
    & High Kings of Scotland

    Urb "Wyddel" mac Áeda, King of Brycheiniog
    ap Idwallon, Rhiwallon, ap Gwlyddien, ap Cathen, Brenin Ddyfed a Brycheiniog, ap Cadwgn, ap Rhein, Brenin Ddyfred, ap Tewdwr, ap Maredudd, Brenin Ddyfed, ap Bleiddig, ap Hyfaidd, Llywarch, ap Hywel, ap Owain, ap Einon, Mawr ap Cadell, Cap Tewdwr, Rhys, de Caen, Fitz Robert, de Clare of Hertford & of Gloucester, de Bruce, de Seton, Helena of Mar, De Menteith, Moray-Drumersgard, Stewart, Dirletoun Caste - Halibruton aka Halyburton, Ruthven, Handy & Schwenger

    http://www.geni.com/people/Magog-Irish-version/6000000009440188552?through=6000000007132210083

    Magog (Irish version) is your 126th great grandfather.
    Wife of Magog is your 126th great grandmother

    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Sir William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun
    his mother

    β†’

    Patrick Halyburton, 5th/6th Lord Dirletoun
    her father

    β†’

    George Halyburton, 3rd/4th Lord Dirletoun
    his father

    β†’

    Sir John Halyburton
    his father

    β†’

    Marjorie Stewart Haliburton, Countess of Atholl
    his mother

    β†’

    Joanna Moray, Lady of Drumersgard
    her mother

    β†’

    Joan de Menteith
    her mother

    β†’

    Helena of Mar
    her mother

    β†’

    Christian de Seton
    her mother

    β†’

    Robert de Bruce, 6th Lord of Annandale
    her father

    β†’

    Isabella of Gloucester and Hertford
    his mother

    β†’

    Gilbert de Clare, 4th Earl of Hertford, 5th Earl of Gloucester
    her father

    β†’

    Amice de Clare, Countess of Gloucester
    his mother

    β†’

    William Fitz Robert, 2nd Earl of Gloucester
    her father

    β†’

    Robert de Caen, Earl of Gloucester
    his father

    β†’

    Nest verch Rhys
    his mother

    β†’

    Rhys ap Tewdwr
    her father

    β†’

    Tewdwr Mawr ap Cadell
    his father

    β†’

    Cadell ap Einon
    his father

    β†’

    Einion ap Owain
    his father

    β†’

    Owain ap Hywel
    his father

    β†’

    Elen verch Llywarch
    his mother

    β†’

    Llywarch ap Hyfaidd
    her father

    β†’

    Hyfaidd ap Bleiddig
    his father

    β†’

    Tangwystl verch Owain
    his mother

    β†’

    Owain ap Maredudd, Brenin Ddyfed
    her father

    β†’

    Maredudd ap Tewdwr
    his father

    β†’

    Tewdos ap Rhein, Brenin Ddyfed
    his father

    β†’

    Rhain ap Cadwgn
    his father

    β†’

    Cadwgn ap Cathen, Brenin Ddyfed a Brycheiniog
    his father

    β†’

    Caten ap Gwlyddien
    his father

    β†’

    Ceindrych verch Rhiwallon
    his mother

    β†’

    Rhiwallon ap Idwallon
    her father

    β†’

    Idwallon Ap Llwarch
    his father

    β†’

    Llywarch of Brycheiniog, of
    his father

    β†’

    Rhigeneu ap Rhain, Brenin Brycheiniog
    his father

    β†’

    Rhain ap Brychan, Saint, Brenin Brycheiniog
    his father

    β†’

    St. Brychan Gododdin, Brenin Brycheiniog
    his father

    β†’

    Anlach Goronog mac Cormac, RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Cormach ap Eurbre
    his father

    β†’

    Urb "Wyddel" mac Áeda, King of Brycheiniog
    his father

    β†’

    Aed Brosc mac Corath, King
    his father

    β†’

    Corach ap Eochaid Allmuir
    his father

    β†’

    Eochaid Allmuir mac Art Corp
    his father

    β†’

    Art Corp mac Cairbre Rigron
    his father

    β†’

    Cairpre Rigronn mac Fiachadh
    his father

    β†’

    Fiachadh mac Fedelmid
    his father

    β†’

    Fedlimid Rechtmar, 108th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    TΓΊathal Teachtmhar, 106th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Fiacha Finnfolaidh mac Feredach, Ard rΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Feradach Finnfechtnach mac Crimhthann, Ard rΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Criomhthann Niadh NΓ‘r mac Lughaidh, RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Lughaidh Sriabh-n Dearg mac Findemna, RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Bres, NΓ‘r and Lothar Findemna mac Echdach
    his father

    β†’

    Eochaidh Feidlioch mac Fionn, RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Finn mac Fionlogha, King in Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Fionnlogh O'Henna, King in Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Roignein Ruadh Mac Esamon O'Henna, King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Eassamhuin Eamhna mac Enna
    his father

    β†’

    Enna Aignech, Ard RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Aengus Tuirbheach, 81st High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Eochaid Ailtleathan, 79th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Ailill Cas-Fiacalaig, 77th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Condla CΓ‘em, 76th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Irero Gleo FΓ‘thach, 74th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Meilge Molbhthach, 71st High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Cobhthach CΓ³el Breg, High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Úgaine Mór mac Echach, 66th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Eochaid Buaidhaig mac Duach
    his father

    β†’

    Duach II mac Fiachach
    his father

    β†’

    Fiachadh mac Muiredach
    his father

    β†’

    Muireadhach I Balgrach mac Simon
    his father

    β†’

    Simon mac Aedham, King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Aedham/Aodhan Glas, King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Nuadhat Finn Fail mac Giallchaidh
    his father

    β†’

    Giallchaidh mac Olioll, 37th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Oilioll Olchaoin mac Siorna, King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Siorna Saoghalach mac Dain, Ard RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Deman mac Rotheachta, Prince of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Rothechtaid MacMaen
    his father

    β†’

    Maoin I Oilbhuagach MacAongus
    his father

    β†’

    Aonghus Olmucadha The Big Headed One Mac Fiacha, RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Fiacha Labhrainne MacSimorgoill
    his father

    β†’

    Simorgoill mac Eanbotha, High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Eanbrotha MacTighearnmas King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Tighearnmhas Masius mac Follach, High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Follach Folian mac Eithrial
    his father

    β†’

    Eithriall, 11th High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Irial Faidh mac Eremoin, 10th Ard RΓ­ na h'Γ‰ireann
    his father

    β†’

    Γ‰rimΓ³n mac MΓ­l EspΓ‘ine, 2nd High King of Ireland
    his father

    β†’

    Galamh / Milesius
    his father

    β†’

    BilΓ© mac Breoghain, King of Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Breoghan, King of Galicia
    his father

    β†’

    Brath, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Deag, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Arcadh, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Alladh, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Nuadhad, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Nenuall, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Febric Glas, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Agnan Fionn, King of Gothia
    his father

    β†’

    Heber Glunfionn
    his father

    β†’

    Lamhfionn
    his father

    β†’

    Agnon
    his father

    β†’

    Tait, King of Scythia
    his father

    β†’

    Oghaman, King of Scythia
    his father

    β†’

    Beouman, King of Scythia
    his father

    β†’

    Heber Scut
    his father

    β†’

    Sruth / SrΓΊ
    his father

    β†’

    Asruth
    his father

    β†’

    Gaodhal Glas
    his father

    β†’

    Neuil Nemnach, King of Scythia
    his father

    β†’

    Phoeniusa Farsaidh, King of Scythia
    his father

    β†’

    Bathath
    his father

    β†’
    MAGOG
    his father

    Wife of Magog
    his mother


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    Post  THEeXchanger on Thu Jun 06, 2013 9:27 pm

    BRAVEHEART aka Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace
    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-William-Braveheart-Wallace-Kt/6000000003646008347?through=6000000003772381368

    Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt. is your 21st great grandfather.

    Susan Lynne Schwenger
    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    β†’

    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother

    β†’

    Marion Gray
    her mother

    β†’

    Helen Ogilvy (Sinclair), Lady Ogilvy of Airlie
    her mother

    β†’

    Margaret Sinclair
    her mother

    β†’

    Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick
    her father

    β†’

    Lady Ellen Wallace - Hepburn
    his mother

    β†’

    daughter of Malcolm Wallace, heiress of Elderslie
    her mother

    β†’

    Helen Baillie, of Lamington
    her mother

    β†’

    William Baillie of Hoprig and Lamington
    her father

    β†’

    Elizabeth Wallace of Lamington, heiress of Lamington
    his mother

    β†’

    Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt.
    her father
    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-William-Braveheart-Wallace-Kt/6000000003646008347?through=6000000003772381368


    son of Malcolm Wallace & Jean Margaret De Crawford

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Thu Jun 06, 2013 10:36 pm

    Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt.
    her father
    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-William-Braveheart-Wallace-Kt/6000000003646008347?through=6000000003772381368

    son of Malcolm Wallace & Jean Margaret De Crawford

    Susan Lynne Schwenger

    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    Murray Bruce "Muff" Schwenger

    your father

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    is your grandfather

    Viola Mae Drury - Handy is your grandmother

    Daughter of Dr. George Walker Herbert Drury and Eva 'Effie' Teresa Kopitoski is your great grandfather & grandmother

    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    is your great grandfather

    IDA EVA MORTON RUSSELL is your great grandmother

    Daughter of ROBERT J RUSSELL is your 2nd great grandfather

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    is your 2nd great grandmother

    EDWARD HANDY is your 2nd great grandfather

    Son of Charles handy and Mary Gibbons is your 3rd great grandfather & grandmother

    Son of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy is your 4th great grandfather - The Greatest Horseman in The World - Circus - Partner of Astley

    Son of Anthony Handy and Jane Unknown - Handy is your 5th great grandfather & grandmother

    and Mary Huntley - Grant - Handy - Catawba Tribe is your 4th great grandmother (wife of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy)

    Daughter of Chief Neil Huntley - Catawba Tribe is your 5th great grandfather

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    is your 3rd great grandfather

    MARION RENNIE - RUTHVEN is your 3rd great grandmother

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 4th great grandfather

    MARGARET THOMPSON is your 4th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 5th great grandfather

    Margaret Wotherspoon - Weatherspoon - Ruthven is your 5th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 6th Great Grandfather

    MARY HENDERSON is your 6th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    is your 7th Great Grandfather

    Marrion Margaret Peadie-Ruthven is your 7th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    is your 8th Great Grandfather

    Elspeth Hutcheson - Ruthven is your 8th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    is your 9th great grandfather

    Isobell Reid - Ruthven is your 9th great grandmother

    Daughter of James Reid is your 10th great grandfather

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    is your 10th Great Grandfather

    Marion Clerk is your 10th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother

    is your 11th Great Grandmother

    Sir William Ruthven is your 11th Great Grandfather

    Son of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven and Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun is your 12th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Marion Gray
    her mother

    is your 12th Great Grandmother

    Sir Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray is your 12th great grandfather

    Son of Gilbert Gray, of Buttergask and Egidia Mercer - Gray is your 13th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Helen Ogilvy (Sinclair), Lady Ogilvy of Airlie
    her mother

    is your 13th great grandmother

    James Ogilvy, 4th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie is your 13th great grandfather.

    Son of James Ogilvy, 3rd Lord Ogilvy of Airlie and Lady Margaret Ogilvy (Lindsay) is your 14th great grandfather & grandmother

    β†’

    Margaret Sinclair
    her mother

    is your 14th great grandmother

    Henry Sinclair, 3rd Lord Sinclair is your 14th great grandfather.

    Son of William Sinclair, 2nd lord St. Clair and Lady Christina Leslie - your 15th great grandfather + grandmother

    Son of William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, 3rd Earl of Orkney and Elizabeth Douglas, Dowager Countess of Buchan - your 16th great grandfather + grandmother

    http://www.geni.com/people/Henry-Sinclair-3rd-Lord-Sinclair/6000000011223170669?through=6000000002980085587

    β†’

    Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick - Hailes Castle
    her father

    is your 15th great grandfather

    Helen Home is your 15th great grandmother

    Daughter of Alexander Home, 1st Lord Home and Marion Lauder

    β†’

    Lady Ellen Wallace - Hepburn
    his mother

    is your 16th great grandmother

    Sir Patrick Hepburn of Dunsyre

    is your 16th great grandfather

    Son of Sir Adam Hepburn, Lord Of Hailes and Janet de Borthwick

    β†’

    daughter of Malcolm Wallace, heiress of Elderslie
    her mother

    is your 17th Great Grandmother

    James Wallace, Laird of Elderslie

    is your 17th Great Grandfather

    Son of John Wallace, of Craigie and Margaret Lindsay, heiress of Craigie

    β†’

    Helen Baillie, of Lamington
    her mother

    is your 18th Great Grandmother

    Malcolm Wallace of Elderslie, Laird of Elderslie

    is your 18th Great Grandfather

    Son of Adam Wallace, Laird of Elderslie and Auchinbothie and Lady Adam Wallace of Elderslie and Auchinbothie

    β†’

    William Baillie of Hoprig and Lamington
    her father

    is your 19th Great Grandfather

    Isabella de Seton

    is your 19th Great Grandmother

    Daughter of Sir William Seton and Katherine Sinclair

    β†’

    Elizabeth Wallace of Lamington, heiress of Lamington
    his mother

    is your 20th great grandmother

    Sir William Baillie of Hoprig, 2nd Laird of Hoprig

    is your 20th great grandfather

    Son of Sir William Baillie of Hoprig, Knight

    β†’

    Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt.

    her father

    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    Marion Cornellia Wallace (Braidfute) of Lamington

    her mother

    is your 21st Great Grandmother

    Daughter of Hugh Braidfute of Lamington and Wife of Hugh Braidfute of Lamington

    Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt.
    her father
    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    http://www.geni.com/people/Sir-William-Braveheart-Wallace-Kt/6000000003646008347?through=6000000003772381368


    son of Malcolm Wallace & Jean Margaret De Crawford

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    DESPOSYNI & DEL ACQS

    Viviane~Lady of The Lake aka Queen of Avalon - Camelot - Burgundy

    - PENDRAGON - ap Custennyn Lineage



    Uther ap Custennyn, King of Britons is your 40th great grandfather.

    aka
    Uther Pendragon "The Head Dragon" ap Custennyn, King of Britons

    http://www.geni.com/people/Uther-ap-Custennyn/6000000003827288024?through=6000000000380318096


    Place of Burial: Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
    Birth: circa 430
    Tintagel Castle, Cornwall, England
    Death: circa 496 (66)
    Cornwall, England
    Immediate Family:

    Son of Constantine ap Selyfan, King of Britain and Ivoire ferch Llancelod
    Husband of Igerna ferch Amlawdd, of Dumnonia
    Father of Gania de Cornouaille; Elen d'Anaumide; Arthwyr ap Uthyr, High King of Britain; Morgause (Anna); Madog ap Uthyr; Wife of Percival Verch Uther;

    Wife of Urien verch Uther; Cador Duke of Cornwall and Anna verch Uthyr
    Brother of Constans ap Custennin; Aurelianus Ambrosius and Alda verch ConLINstantine
    Added by: Holly Peterson on January 24, 2008
    Managed by: Norris Dean Siebert and 30 others
    Curated by: Catherine "Erin" Spiceland

    lineage:

    Susan Lynne Schwenger

    You


    β†’

    Lynda Mae Handy - Schwenger
    your mother

    Murray Bruce "Muff" Schwenger

    your father

    β†’

    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    is your grandfather

    Viola Mae Drury - Handy is your grandmother

    Daughter of Dr. George Walker Herbert Drury and Eva 'Effie' Teresa Kopitoski is your great grandfather & grandmother



    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    is your great grandfather

    IDA EVA MORTON RUSSELL is your great grandmother

    Daughter of ROBERT J RUSSELL is your 2nd great grandfather

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    is your 2nd great grandmother

    EDWARD HANDY is your 2nd great grandfather

    Son of Charles handy and Mary Gibbons is your 3rd great grandfather & grandmother

    Son of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy is your 4th great grandfather - The Greatest Horseman in The World - Circus - Partner of Astley

    Son of Anthony Handy and Jane Unknown - Handy is your 5th great grandfather & grandmother

    and Mary Huntley - Grant - Handy - Catawba Tribe is your 4th great grandmother (wife of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy)

    Daughter of Chief Neil Huntley - Catawba Tribe is your 5th great grandfather

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    is your 3rd great grandfather

    MARION RENNIE - RUTHVEN is your 3rd great grandmother

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 4th great grandfather

    MARGARET THOMPSON is your 4th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 5th great grandfather

    Margaret Wotherspoon - Weatherspoon - Ruthven is your 5th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 6th Great Grandfather

    MARY HENDERSON is your 6th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    is your 7th Great Grandfather

    Marrion Margaret Peadie-Ruthven is your 7th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    is your 8th Great Grandfather

    Elspeth Hutcheson - Ruthven is your 8th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    is your 9th great grandfather

    Isobell Reid - Ruthven is your 9th great grandmother

    Daughter of James Reid is your 10th great grandfather

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    is your 10th Great Grandfather

    Marion Clerk is your 10th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother

    is your 11th Great Grandmother

    Sir William Ruthven is your 11th Great Grandfather

    Son of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven and Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun is your 12th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun
    his mother

    is your 12th Great Grandmother
    William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven is your 12th great grandfather
    Son of William Ruthven, Master of Ruthven and Catherine Gray of Buttergask - Stewart - Ruthven is your 13th great grandfather & grandmother

    β†’

    Patrick Halyburton, 5th/6th Lord Dirletoun
    her father

    is your 13th great grandfather
    Margaret Douglas is your 13th great grandmother
    Daughter of James Morton and Margaret Morton is your 14th great grandmother & grandfather

    β†’

    George Halyburton, 3rd/4th Lord Dirletoun
    his father

    is your 14th great grandfather

    Mariota halyburton is your 14th great grandmother

    β†’

    Sir John Halyburton
    his father

    is your 15th great grandfather
    Janet Halyburton, of Seton is your 15th great grandmother
    Daughter of Sir William Seton of Seton and Janet Dunbar, of March is your 16th great grandfather & is your 16th great grandmother

    β†’

    Marjorie Stewart Haliburton, Countess of Atholl
    his mother

    is your 16th Great Grandmother

    Sir Walter Halyburton, Lord Halyburton of Dirleton
    is your 16th Great Grandfather
    Son of Sir Walter Halyburton of Dirleton and Isabel Stewart, of Albany is your 17th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Joanna Moray, Lady of Drumersgard aka
    Joan/ Johanna Douglas (de Moray), of Strathearn


    her mother

    is your 17th Great Grandmother
    Archibald Douglas "The Grim", 3rd Earl of Douglas is your 17th Great Grandfather
    Son of Sir James Douglas of Lothian and ? Douglas is your 18th Great Grandmother & Grandfather

    β†’

    Joan de Menteith
    her mother

    is your 18th Great Grandmother
    Maurice Moray, of Drumsargard, Earl of Strathearn is your 18th Great Grandfather
    Son of Sir John Moray of Drumsargard and Mary Moray is your 19th Great Grandfather & Grandmother



    β†’

    Helena of Mar
    her mother

    is your 19th Great Grandmother

    John Menteith of Rusky & Knapdale is your 19th Great Grandfather

    Son of Walter Stewart, Earl of Menteith and Mary of Menteith, Countess of Menteith is your 20th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Gartnait MacDomhnaill, 7th Earl of Mar
    her father

    is your 20th great grandfather

    Christian de Seton is your 20th great grandmother
    Daughter of Robert de Bruce, 6th Lord of Annandale and Marthok nic Niall, Countess of Carrick is your 21st great grandfather & grandmother

    β†’

    Elen ferch Llywelyn
    his mother

    is your 21st Great Grandmother

    Donald de Mar, 6th Earl of Mar is your 21st Great Grandfather
    Son of William de Mar, 5th Earl of Mar and Elizabeth Comyn is your 22nd Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, Prince of Wales
    her father

    is your 22nd Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Marared verch Madog
    his mother

    is your 23rd Great Grandmother

    Iorwerth Drwyndwn ap Owain is your 23rd Great Grandfather
    Son of Owain Fawr ap Gruffydd, King of Gwynedd and Gwladys verch Llywarch is your 24th great grandfather & great grandmother

    β†’

    Madog ap Maredudd
    her father

    is your 24th great grandfather
    Susanna verch Gruffydd is your 24th great grandmother
    Daughter of Gruffydd ap Cynan and Angharad verch Owain is your 25th great grandfather & grandmother



    β†’

    Maredudd ap Bleddyn
    his father

    is your 25th Great Grandfather
    Hunydd Einudd

    is your 25th Great Grandmother

    Daughter of Einudd ap Morien, Lord of Duffryn and Efa (Eva) verch Llywelyn is your 26th Great Grandfather & Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Bleddyn ap Cynfyn
    his father

    is your 26th Great Grandfather

    Haer verch Cyllyn is your 26th Great Grandmother
    Daughter of Cynyllyn ap Blaidd, Lord of Gestyn is your 27th Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Angharad verch Maredudd
    his mother

    is your 27th great grandmother
    Cynfyn ap Gwerystan is your 27th great grandfather
    Son of Gwerystan ap Gwaethfoed is your 28th great grandfather

    β†’

    Maredudd ap Owain
    her father

    is your 28th Great Grandfather



    β†’

    Angharad verch Llewellyn
    his mother

    is your 29th Great Grandmother

    Owain ap Hywel is your 29th Great Grandfather

    Son of Hywel Dda ap Cadell, King of the Britons and Elen verch Llywarch is your 30th Great Grandfather & Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Llewellyn ap Merfyn
    her father

    is your 30th great grandfather

    β†’

    Merfyn ap Rhodri Mawr, Brenin Powys
    his father

    is your 31st great grandfather



    β†’

    Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn
    his father

    is your 32nd great grandfather

    Angharad verch Meurig is your 32nd great grandmother

    Daughter of Meurig ap Dyfnwallon and Esyllt verch Cynan is your 33rd great grandfather & great grandmother

    β†’

    Merfyn Frych ap Gwriad
    his father

    is your 33rd great grandfather

    Nesta verch Cadell is your 33rd great grandmother

    Daughter of Cadell ap Brochwel is your 34th great grandfather

    β†’

    Gwriad ap Elidir
    his father

    is your 34th great grandfather

    Esyllt verch Cynan is your 34th great grandmother

    Daughter of Cynan Dindaethwy ap Rhodri and Matilda of Flint is your 35th great grandfather & great grandmother

    β†’

    Elidir ap Sandde
    his father

    is your 35th great grandfather



    β†’

    Sandde ap Alcwn
    his father

    is your 36th great grandfather

    Celeinion verch Tudwal is your 36th great grandmother

    Daughter of Tudwal ap Anarawd, Brenin Ynys Manau is your 37th great grandfather

    β†’

    Alcwn ap Tegid
    his father

    is your 37th great grandfather



    β†’

    Tegid ap Gwair
    his father

    is your 38th great grandfather

    Anne of Britain is your 38th great grandmother

    β†’

    Morgause (Anna)
    his mother

    is your 39th great grandmother

    Caid ap Dwywg is your 39th great grandfather

    Son of Dwywg ap Llywarch Hen is your 40th great grandfather

    β†’

    Uther ap Custennyn, King of Britons
    her father

    is your 40th great grandfather

    Igerna ferch Amlawdd, of Dumnonia is your 40th great grandmother

    Daughter of Owen Desposyni, Archdruid & Prince Bard and

    Viviane del Acqs, queen of burgundy Lady of the Lake is your 41st great grandfather & great grandmother

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    Post  THEeXchanger on Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:29 pm



    Dirleton Castle
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    Dirleton Castle is on the East Coast overlooking the Firth of Forth, not to far from Edinburgh on the B1345.
    It is 3 miles sandwiched between Gullane and North Berwick.
    As you arrive through Dirleton you cant help but think of a quite, quaint village with nothing much else to do but sit down and relax.
    The Castle walls are evenly spread out in the middle of the village where it looks as if both the village and castle were meant to be together.
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    A romantic castle often in the forefront of Scottish history since it was built in the 12th century.

    http://www.visitscotland.com/info/see-do/dirleton-castle-p248611


    Dirleton Castle is a medieval fortress in the village of Dirleton, East Lothian, Scotland.

    It lies around 2 miles (3.2 km) west of North Berwick, and around 19 miles (31 km) east of Edinburgh.

    The oldest parts of the castle date to the 13th century, and it was abandoned by the end of the 17th century.

    Begun in around 1240 by John De Vaux, the castle was heavily damaged during the Wars of Scottish Independence,

    when it was twice taken by the English. In the 14th century, Dirleton was repaired by the Haliburton family, and it was acquired by the Ruthvens in 1505.

    The Ruthvens were involved in several plots against Mary, Queen of Scots, and King James VI,

    and eventually forfeited the castle in 1600.

    Dirleton ceased to be a residence, although Oliver Cromwell was forced to besiege the castle to flush out a band of mosstroopers,

    during the Third English Civil War in 1650. The damaged castle was then acquired by John Nisbet, Lord Dirleton,

    who decided to build a new country house on the nearby Archerfield Estate.

    The Nisbet family of Dirleton continued to maintain the castle's gardens, before handing Dirleton into state care in 1923.

    The ruins and gardens are now maintained by Historic Scotland.

    Dirleton Castle stands on a rocky outcrop, at the heart of the rich agricultural lands of the former barony of Dirleton,

    and guards the coastal approach to Edinburgh from England, via the port of North Berwick.

    The ruins comprise a 13th-century keep, and a 16th-century house which the Ruthvens built adjacent.

    Only the basement levels survive of the 14th- and 15th-century additions built by the Haliburtons,

    although these comprised a large hall and tower house along the east range.

    Other buildings within the courtyard have also been demolished.

    Surrounding the castle are gardens, which may have been first laid out in the 16th century, although the present planting is largely of the 20th century.

    The garden walls enclose a 16th-century doocot, or pigeon house.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirleton_Castle

    The castle is built on a natural rocky outcrop, on a low ridge overlooking the farmland of East Lothian.

    It comprises a kite-shaped courtyard, 40 metres (130 ft) by 27 metres (89 ft), flanked by buildings on the south and east sides.

    The most substantial remains are the Ruthven Lodging, the gatehouse, and the de Vaux keep to the south,

    while only the basement of the east range survives. Fragments of the north and west curtain walls outline the courtyard,

    which was formerly divided in two by further 16th century buildings.

    The castle was originally approached from the south, via a bridge and 3.4-metre (11 ft) drawbridge, across a 15-metre (49 ft) wide ditch.

    In the 16th century, steps were built to access the Ruthven lodging from the west.[3]
    The keep

    The keep, or donjon, survives largely intact from the 13th century, and forms the south-west part of the present castle.

    Described by architectural historian W. D. Simpson as a "cluster keep",[20]

    it comprises a large round tower to the south, a smaller round tower to the west, with the two joined by a square tower.

    The masonry is of squared ashlar, or dressed stone blocks. Internally, the original use of the rooms is difficult to interpret,[3]

    although the round towers may have served as private suites for Lord Dirleton and his Lady.[21]

    The large tower contains a six-sided chamber at ground level, possibly a kitchen, with a seven-sided main chamber above.

    This room has a pointed vaulted ceiling, window seats in the large windows around the south wall, and a carved fireplace at the north.

    To the east is a postern, or side door, and beyond is a well.

    Adjacent to the well is a floor hatch, which would have allowed food to be transferred directly from the kitchen to a servery above.[22]

    A room in the square tower to the west, possibly the lord's bedroom,[7]

    has holes in the ceiling to allow smoke from braziers to escape.

    The more ruined west round tower probably contained another hall, with chambers above and storage below.[21]

    In the 17th century, the top of the main round tower was lowered and remodelled to form a gun platform.[23]

    Only fragments of the rest of the 13th-century castle remain. A fourth tower, where the Ruthven lodging now stands, may have completed the "cluster keep".[7]

    Bases of round towers at the south-east and north-east corners of the castle are visible below the later walls.

    Parts of the north-west wall are 13th century work, as is the blocked postern in the basement of the east range.[7]

    The overall plan of the castle, however, was not greatly changed through later rebuilding work.

    Dirleton is the earliest dated example in Scotland of a castle with round towers that project beyond the curtain wall, as opposed to those at Dunstaffnage, for example,

    where the towers are contained within the walls.[6]

    This new form was subsequently used in other 13th-century Scottish castles, including Bothwell and Kildrummy.[6]
    Vaulted basement of the east range
    The east range and gatehouse

    The gatehouse, kitchens, and east range were built by the Haliburtons in the 14th and 15th centuries.

    The gatehouse, built in the 14th century to the east of the keep, is similar to the one at nearby Tantallon Castle.[7]

    It is fronted by a high, pointed arch, formerly with bartizans, small round turrets, at the top.

    The gate was protected by a drawbridge over the outer ditch, a portcullis, and three sets of doors.

    Guard rooms open off the entrance passage, and a round opening in the roof, known as a "murder hole",

    allowed defenders to drop objects on to any attacker who breached the outer gate.[24]

    The large kitchens occupy the south-east angle of the castle. The 9-metre (30 ft) high main kitchen has two 4-metre (13 ft) wide fireplaces for cooking, and a circular vent in the vaulted ceiling.[3] Hatches in the floor give access to a well (11.5 metres (38 ft) deep) and cellars below. The adjacent passage linked the kitchen to the hall in the east range.
    Remains of the hall and the basement of the tower house

    The east range itself runs the length of the east side of the castle,and originally comprised a large hall, with a square tower house at the north-east corner. Although only the basement survives, this once formed one of the finest noble residences of its time in Scotland, and would have been similar to the contemporary buildings at Doune Castle.[25] The basement is a single tunnel vault, with low walls subdividing the area into stores. Two large ovens and a well lie at the south end, while at the east is the 13th-century postern, blocked when the wall was thickened to support the new buildings above, and re-used as a fireplace.[26] At the north end of the basement is a vaulted prison for freemen, and below this, a rock-cut pit, 3 metres (9.8 ft) square, to house prisoners of the peasant classes.[26] Above the prison, but still within the basement, is a vaulted chapel with various ceremonial recesses, such as a sacristy and a piscina, or water basin.[26] A private chamber for the priest is next door. The hall above is 22 metres (72 ft) by 7.5 metres (25 ft),[20] and once had a high timber roof, and a minstrel's gallery at the south end. An ornately-carved stone buffet, or cupboard, is located on this wall, which formed part of the servery next to the kitchen.[26] At the north-east corner of the castle, a tower house provided accommodation for the Lord's family and guests. Again, only the lowest floor remains, above the chapel. This probably formed a private chamber for the Lord, and was connected to the adjacent hall.[26]
    The north façade of the Ruthven Lodging
    The Ruthven Lodging

    Constructed by the Ruthvens after they acquired the castle around 1515, the Ruthven Lodging represents the final stage of building at Dirleton. In the later part of the 16th century, it served as the main residence of Lady Dorothea, wife of the first Earl of Gowrie, and their 15 children.[27] The three-storey building is constructed, like the Haliburton range, from undressed stone, although the Ruthven Lodging is decorated with string courses, horizontal mouldings running around the walls. The large windows were protected by iron grilles and small gun holes.[27] The rectangular Lodging is immediately to the north of the de Vaux building, separated by a narrow irregular courtyard, which is accessed via a passage in the ground floor of the Lodging. The remainder of the ground floor was occupied by cellars, with family rooms and bedrooms on the upper floors. The first-floor dining room was paved with patterned floor tiles, and may once have had a painted timber ceiling.[27]
    The gardens
    The 16th-century doocot

    The castle is set within extensive gardens, bounded by a 19th-century wall. The gardens were first laid out in the 16th century, but have undergone many changes. A bowling green lies to the west of the castle, fringed by yew trees, which may once have formed a hedge around a parterre in this area.[28] West of the bowling green is a flower garden, laid out in 1993 to an 18th-century design, and containing yew, cedar, monkey puzzle and Lawson's cypress trees. To the north is the 1920s Arts and Crafts garden, which is home to a 215-metre (705 ft) -long herbaceous border, and is overlooked by a castellated 19th-century gazebo, or summer house. The border is recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as being the longest in the world. The rest of the gardens comprise lawns, with numerous mature specimen trees, including redwood, beech, and sycamore.[4]

    There is a well preserved 16th-century beehive-shaped doocot, or pigeon house, in the castle grounds. The doocot is 7.6 metres (25 ft) high, and contains around 1000 nesting boxes for pigeons, which were an important source of food for the castle's inhabitants. To the north-east, now located outside the castle gardens, is a 16th-century gateway which formerly served the castle, but now serves the adjacent farm.
    References
    Notes

    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.21
    ^ a b Tabraham (2007), p.22
    ^ a b c d McWilliam, pp.174-177
    ^ a b c d e f g h "Dirleton Castle". Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland. Historic Scotland. Retrieved 2008-06-17.
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.23
    ^ a b c Tabraham (1997), p.40
    ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Salter, pp.41-42
    ^ a b Tabraham (2007), p.24
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.26
    ^ "John Halyburton, 1st Lord Dirletoun". thepeerage.com. Retrieved 2008-06-18.
    ^ a b c Tabraham (2007), p.28
    ^ a b c Groome, Frances (1882-4). "Descriptive Gazetteer entry for Dirleton". Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland. Retrieved 2008-06-17.
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.29
    ^ Lindsay, pp.188-190, Salter, pp.41-42
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.30
    ^ Frith, Charles Harding (1896). The Journal of Joachim Hane. T. F. Unwin. pp. vi–vii.
    ^ a b "Dirleton Castle, dovecot, castle gate, tower, north and west gateways and boundary walls, Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 2008-06-17.
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.31
    ^ "The Monument known as Dirleton Castle, Dovecot and Gardens". 2003. Retrieved 2008-06-17.
    ^ a b Lindsay, pp.188-190
    ^ a b Tabraham (2007), p.12
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.13
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.6
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.9
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.14
    ^ a b c d e Tabraham (2007), p.17
    ^ a b c Tabraham (1997), p.10
    ^ Tabraham (2007), p.18

    Bibliography

    Lindsay, Maurice. (1986) The Castles of Scotland. Constable & Co. ISBN 0-09-464600-7
    McWilliam, Colin. (1978) The Buildings of Scotland: Lothian, except Edinburgh. Penguin. ISBN 0-14-071066-3
    Salter, Mike. (1994) The Castles of Lothian and the Borders. Folly Publications. ISBN 1-871731-20-8
    Tabraham, Chris. (1997) Scotland's Castles. BT Batsford/Historic Scotland. ISBN 0-7134-7965-5
    Tabraham, Chris. (2007) Dirleton Castle 2nd edition. Historic Scotland. ISBN 978-1-904966-41-8

    Floor plans of the castle.
    Ground floor:

    A Kitchen. B Well. C Postern. D Inner courtyard.

    E Guard rooms. F Entrance passage. G Cellars.

    H Ovens. I Former postern. J Prison, with pit below.

    K Courtyard. L Demolished ranges.

    M Bases of demolished 13th-century towers.

    First floor:

    N Lord's hall. O Lord's bedchamber. P Dining room.

    Q Chapel. R Priest's chamber.


    Second floor:

    S Gun emplacement on roof. T Murder hole. U Kitchen. V Kitchen fireplaces. W Buffet. X Great hall.

    Y Lord's chamber, base of tower house.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirleton_Castle


    de Vaux
    Reconstruction drawing, by Eugène Viollet-le-Duc, of the ChÒteau de Coucy, which probably influenced the design of Dirleton

    The Norman family of de Vaux originated in Rouen, northern France, and settled in England following the Norman Conquest of 1066.

    Two de Vaux brothers, or cousins, were among a number of Anglo-Norman knights invited to Scotland, and granted land, by King David I of Scotland in the 12th century.

    Hubert de Vaux was given the barony of Gilsland in Cumbria, at that time part of Scotland, while John de Vaux was granted the barony of Dirleton.

    John built a castle at Eldbotle, probably to the north-west of modern Dirleton, and another, named Tarbet Castle, on the island of Fidra, although neither survives.[1]

    In 1220, Fidra was gifted to the monks of Dryburgh Abbey by William de Vaux.[2] William's son, another John, had been held hostage in England as surety

    for the good conduct of King William the Lion in 1213, and succeeded to the barony in the 1220s.[2]

    He then began the construction of a replacement for Tarbet at Dirleton, which was recorded as a "castellum" in 1225,[3]

    although this may refer to an earlier timber structure.[4]

    In 1239, de Vaux was appointed seneschal, or steward, to Marie de Coucy, on her marriage to King Alexander II.

    Marie de Coucy was the daughter of Enguerrand III, Lord of Coucy (d.1242), builder of the ChΓ’teau de Coucy, in Picardy (c.1220s), which probably served as a model for Dirleton.[5]

    The 13th-century stone castle, of which only the donjon, or keep, remains, represented a show of de Vaux's status, and would have required peaceful times to permit a prolonged construction project.[6]

    Peaceful times ended in 1296, with the outbreak of the Wars of Scottish Independence. Dirleton, which guarded the route between Edinburgh and the English border,

    changed hands several times through the invasions of the English under King Edward I.

    During the campaign of summer 1298, the castle was besieged by English forces under Antony Bek, the Bishop of Durham.[7]

    Dirleton withstood the assault for several months, until the English victory at Falkirk allowed them to bring up large siege engines, after which the castle was soon reduced.[8]

    Dirleton was garrisoned by the English, but must have been retaken by the Scots before 1306,

    when the English commander Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke recaptured Dirleton once more.

    It was finally retaken by the Scots some time before 1314, and was slighted, or deliberately damaged, to prevent its reuse by the English.[8]
    The main gate, built in by the Haliburtons
    Haliburton

    The castle and lands of Dirleton passed to the Borders family of Haliburton (or Halyburton) when John Haliburton (d.1355)

    married the heiress of the de Vaux family, shortly before 1350.

    The castle had been repaired by 1363, when it was seized by William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas,[7]

    during his brief rebellion against King David II,[4]

    although it was later returned to the Haliburtons.

    In the 1420s, Sir Walter Haliburton (d. before 1447) acted as a hostage in exchange for the release of King James I, who had been held captive by the English since 1406.[7]

    He was rewarded in 1439 by being appointed Treasurer of Scotland.[9]

    Either Walter, or his eldest son John (d. before 1454),[10]

    was ennobled as a Lord of Parliament in the 1440s, with the title Lord Dirletoun.

    The Haliburtons carried out extensive works at Dirleton, heightening the original towers, and constructing a new gatehouse to the south-east.

    A large hall and tower house were added to the castle in the 15th century, forming the east range.[7]

    King James IV visited Dirleton in 1505, and gave money to the masons then engaged on works in the north-east part of the castle.[4][7]

    Later that year, Patrick, the last Haliburton of Dirleton, died, and his estates were divided among his three daughters, Janet, Margaret, and Mariotta.[11]
    Ruthven
    The Murder of David Rizzio, by Sir William Allan, depicting Lord Ruthven and others killing the Queen's secretary in her presence

    The eldest daughter, Janet, married William Ruthven, 2nd Lord Ruthven (d. 1552) in 1515, and the castle and lordship of Dirleton passed to the Ruthven family.

    The son of William and Janet, Patrick, 3rd Lord Ruthven (c. 1520-1566), was one of the leaders of the group who murdered David Riccio,

    private secretary to Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1566.[11]

    Patrick was forced to flee to England, where he died, leaving Dirleton to his son William (c. 1541-1584), who was created Earl of Gowrie in 1581.

    Lord Gowrie led a plot, later known as the Raid of Ruthven, in which the 16-year-old King James VI was seized, in August 1582.

    Ruthven then ruled in the king's name, while James was held captive.

    Although Gowrie was pardoned the following year, he was executed in 1584 for his part in another plot to seize Stirling Castle, and his lands were forfeited to the crown.[7]

    A keen amateur arboriculturalist, Lord Gowrie is thought to have laid out the gardens at Dirleton, and planted numerous trees.[4]

    James VI granted Dirleton to the Earl of Arran, who entertained the King there in 1585.[7]

    The following year, the castle was restored to Lady Dorothea, widow of the first Earl,[11]

    and by 1600 had passed to John Ruthven, 3rd Earl of Gowrie (c. 1577-1600), their second son.

    However, in August that year, in an event known as the "Gowrie Conspiracy", Lord Gowrie and his younger brother were killed attempting to kidnap or assassinate James VI at Perth.[7]

    Lord Gowrie is said to have persuaded Robert Logan of Restalrig to join the plot by offering, as a bribe, Dirleton Castle,

    which Logan described as "the pleasantest dwelling in Scotland".[12]

    However, the failure of the plot led to the attainder of the Ruthven family, and the castle was forfeited once again.

    Dirleton was granted to Thomas Erskine of Gogar, who had killed Lord Gowrie and helped to save the King,[12]

    although Lady Dorothea was permitted to live there until her death in 1605, after which the castle ceased to be a noble residence.[13]

    Erskine was later created the 1st Earl of Kellie, but sold the castle to Sir James Douglas in 1625.

    Douglas sold it on to Alexander Morieson of Prestongrange,[4]

    who sold it in turn, in 1631, to James Maxwell of Innerwick (d. c. 1650), who was created Earl of Dirletoun in 1646.[7]
    Cromwell

    Oliver Cromwell's army invaded Scotland in 1650, during the Third English Civil War, and defeated the Scots Royalists at Dunbar

    on 3 September. With this victory, Cromwell gained effective control of southern Scotland, but bands of Royalist moss-troopers continued to harry the English supply lines.

    One such band was based at Dirleton, and Cromwell ordered General Monck and General Lambert, with 1,600 troops, to capture the castle.

    This was achieved on 10 November, using mortars to destroy the drawbridge and inner gate.[14]

    The captain of the moss-troopers was hanged from the walls with two of his comrades.[12]

    The castle was slighted once more, and although briefly used as a field hospital, it was then left to decay.[15]

    The soldier and engineer responsible for Cromwell's effective use of artillery was a German, Major Joachim Hane.

    He also designed fortresses near Inverness and in Ayr, and directed the mortar fire at the siege of Stirling Castle in August 1651.

    He later spent a year spying for Cromwell's Secretary of State, John Thurloe.[16]
    The west flower garden
    Nisbet

    Dirleton Castle and estate were purchased, from the widowed Countess of Dirletoun, by the lawyer John Nisbet (c. 1609-1687) in 1663. Nisbet, who took the title Lord Dirleton when he was appointed as a judge, built a new house at Archerfield, to the north-west of the village. The Nisbets continued to maintain the gardens around the castle as part of the park around Archerfield, and installed the bowling green.

    The 19th-century garden walls were added by Mary Nisbet, Lady Elgin (1778–1855), wife of the Earl of Elgin, as part of a "beautification" of Dirleton village.[17]

    In the mid-19th century, two new parterres were laid out by the head gardener, David Thompson. Although neither survived, the west garden was restored,

    based on 19th century plans, in 1993. The north garden was replaced in the 1920s with an Arts and Crafts-style garden of herbaceous borders.[18]

    Also in the 1920s, the castle was passed into state care, and is now maintained by Historic Scotland, an agency of the Scottish Government. [4]

    The castle and grounds are protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument,[19] while the gardens appear on the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland, the national register of historic gardens.[4] The castle, doocot, and boundary walls are Category A listed buildings, the highest level of protection for a historic building in Scotland.[17]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirleton_Castle

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    John l de Vaux, Dirleton is your 24th great grandfather.

    http://www.geni.com/people/John-l-de-Vaux/6000000016766265269?through=5572540830090055709

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    You


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    your mother

    Murray Bruce "Muff" Schwenger

    your father

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    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    is your grandfather

    Viola Mae Drury - Handy is your grandmother

    Daughter of Dr. George Walker Herbert Drury and Eva 'Effie' Teresa Kopitoski is your great grandfather & grandmother



    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    is your great grandfather

    IDA EVA MORTON RUSSELL is your great grandmother

    Daughter of ROBERT J RUSSELL is your 2nd great grandfather

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    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    is your 2nd great grandmother

    EDWARD HANDY is your 2nd great grandfather

    Son of Charles handy and Mary Gibbons is your 3rd great grandfather & grandmother

    Son of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy is your 4th great grandfather - The Greatest Horseman in The World - Circus - Partner of Astley

    Son of Anthony Handy and Jane Unknown - Handy is your 5th great grandfather & grandmother

    and Mary Huntley - Grant - Handy - Catawba Tribe is your 4th great grandmother (wife of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy)

    Daughter of Chief Neil Huntley - Catawba Tribe is your 5th great grandfather

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    is your 3rd great grandfather

    MARION RENNIE - RUTHVEN is your 3rd great grandmother

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 4th great grandfather

    MARGARET THOMPSON is your 4th great grandmother

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    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 5th great grandfather

    Margaret Wotherspoon - Weatherspoon - Ruthven is your 5th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 6th Great Grandfather

    MARY HENDERSON is your 6th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    is your 7th Great Grandfather

    Marrion Margaret Peadie-Ruthven is your 7th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    is your 8th Great Grandfather

    Elspeth Hutcheson - Ruthven is your 8th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    is your 9th great grandfather

    Isobell Reid - Ruthven is your 9th great grandmother

    Daughter of James Reid is your 10th great grandfather

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    is your 10th Great Grandfather

    Marion Clerk is your 10th Great Grandmother

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    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother

    is your 11th Great Grandmother

    Sir William Ruthven is your 11th Great Grandfather

    Son of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven and Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun is your 12th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Marion Gray
    her mother

    is your 12th Great Grandmother

    Sir Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray is your 12th great grandfather

    Son of Gilbert Gray, of Buttergask and Egidia Mercer - Gray is your 13th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Helen Ogilvy (Sinclair), Lady Ogilvy of Airlie
    her mother

    is your 13th Great Grandmother
    James Ogilvy, 4th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie is your 13th great grandfather
    Birth: circa 1505
    Airlie, Angus, Scotland
    Son of James Ogilvy, 3rd Lord Ogilvy of Airlie and Lady Margaret Ogilvy (Lindsay) is your 14th great grandfather

    β†’

    Margaret Sinclair
    her mother

    is your 14th great grandmother

    Henry Sinclair, 3rd Lord Sinclair is your 14th Great Grandfather
    Birth: 1459
    Caithnessshire, Scotland
    Son of Rosslyn - William Sinclair, 2nd lord St. Clair and Lady Christina Leslie is your 15th Great Grandfather + Grandmother

    Son of Rosslyn - William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, 3rd Earl of Orkney and Elizabeth Douglas, is your 16th Great Grandfather + Grandmother



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    Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick
    her father

    is your 15th great grandfather
    Helen Home is your 15th great grandmother
    Birth: circa 1437
    Home, Berwickshire, Scotland
    Death: after 1513 (76)
    Hailes, Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland
    Immediate Family:

    Daughter of Alexander Home, 1st Lord Home and Marion Lauder

    is your 16th great grandfather + 16th great grandmother

    β†’

    Sir Patrick Hepburn of Dunsyre
    his father

    is your 16th great grandfather

    Lady Ellen Wallace - Hepburn is your 16th great grandmother
    Birth: circa 1412
    Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
    Managed by: Kira Jay
    Daughter of James Wallace, Laird of Elderslie and daughter of Malcolm Wallace, heiress of Elderslie is your 17th great grandfather & grandmother

    β†’

    Sir Adam Hepburn, Lord Of Hailes
    his father

    is your 17th great grandfather

    Janet de Borthwick is your 17th great grandmother
    Birth: 1388
    Lochowort Castle, Midlothian, Scotland
    Daughter of Sir William Borthwick is your 18th great grandfather

    β†’

    Beatrice de Vaux
    his mother

    is your 18th great grandmother

    Patrick Hepburn of Hailes is your 18th great grandfather
    Birth: 1338
    Hailes Castle,Prestonkirk,East Lothian,Scotland
    Managed by: Kevin Brees
    Son of Sir Patrick Hepburn, Knight and Agnes

    β†’

    William de Vaux
    her father

    is your 19th great grandfather

    Margery de Vaux is your 19th great grandmother

    β†’

    John lll de Vaux, lord of Dirleton
    his father

    is your 20th great grandfather
    Elizabeth de Hastings, Baroness is your 2oth great grandmother
    Daughter of John de Hastings and Joan de Cantelou

    β†’

    Alexander de Vaux, Dirleton
    his father

    is your 21st great grandfather

    β†’

    John ll de Vaux, Lord Dirleton
    his father

    is your 22nd great grandfather

    Ada de Vaux is your 22nd great grandmother

    β†’

    William l de Vaux, Dirleton
    his father

    is your 23rd great grandfather

    β†’

    John l de Vaux, Dirleton
    his father

    IS YOUR 24TH GREAT GRANDFATHER

    Son of Robert de Vallibus, Baron Dalton and Agnes FitzWalter is your 25th great grandfather & grandmother

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    Susan Lynne Schwenger - traveling in all of her 13 = 12 + 1 aspects of her bodies
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    traveling into the ethers, and, beyond the astral
    - into the low/mid and high causal, in my higher self, my essence(core),
    along with my monad (past, present, future and now) into The Pivot of The NOW

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    Aumale, Bailleul, BALIOL, Baliol of Barnard Castle, Baillie, BALLIOL, Borthwick, Braidfute, BYWELL, CLERK, d'Aumale, de Bailleul, de Baliol, de Balliol,

    de Borthwick, de Dover, de Fontaines, de Huntington, de Knightley, de Lutegareshale, de MONTGOMERY, de Picquigny, de Seton, de Strathbogie

    DOUGLAS, Dover, DRURY, Fontaines, Galloway, GIBBONS, GRAY, HANDY, Helicourt, Helicourt de Bailleul, HENDERSON, HEPBURN, HOME,

    HUNTINGTON, HUNTLEY, HUTCHESON, Knightley, KOPITOWSKI, LAUDER, LESLIE, LINDSAY, Lutegareshale, MERCER, MONTGOMERY,

    OGILVY, PEADIE, Picquingny, REID, RENNIE, ROSSLYN, RUSSELL, RUTHVEN, SCHWENGER, Seton, SINCLAIR, Strathbogie, THOMPSON,

    WALLACE, Wotherspoon aka Weatherspoon

    which includes the Lineages of: SIR WILLIAM 'BRAVEHEART' WALLACE & ROSSLYN

    Wydo Baliol is your 32nd great grandfather.

    Wydo Baliol is your 32nd Great Grandfather
    Birth: 986
    Baileul-En-Vimeu, Abbeville, Picardy, France
    Death: 1015 (29)
    Baileul, Abbeville, Picardie, France
    Immediate Family:

    Father of Guy de Balliol
    Managed by: Robert RenΓͺ Lockwood and 6 others

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    your mother

    Murray Bruce "Muff" Schwenger

    your father

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    JAMES "Jim" EDWARD HANDY JR.
    her father

    is your grandfather

    Viola Mae Drury - Handy is your grandmother

    Daughter of Dr. George Walker Herbert Drury and Eva 'Effie' Teresa Kopitoski is your great grandfather & grandmother



    β†’

    JAMES HANDY
    his father

    is your great grandfather

    IDA EVA MORTON RUSSELL is your great grandmother

    Daughter of ROBERT J RUSSELL is your 2nd great grandfather

    β†’

    Marian Ruthven - Handy
    his mother

    is your 2nd great grandmother

    EDWARD HANDY is your 2nd great grandfather

    Son of Charles handy and Mary Gibbons is your 3rd great grandfather & grandmother

    Son of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy is your 4th great grandfather - The Greatest Horseman in The World - Circus - Partner of Astley

    Son of Anthony Handy and Jane Unknown - Handy is your 5th great grandfather & grandmother

    and Mary Huntley - Grant - Handy - Catawba Tribe is your 4th great grandmother (wife of Benjamin Thomas aka Ben Handy)

    Daughter of Chief Neil Huntley - Catawba Tribe is your 5th great grandfather

    β†’

    ALEXANDER RUTHVEN
    her father

    is your 3rd great grandfather

    MARION RENNIE - RUTHVEN is your 3rd great grandmother

    β†’

    ROBERT RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 4th great grandfather

    MARGARET THOMPSON is your 4th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 5th great grandfather

    Margaret Wotherspoon - Weatherspoon - Ruthven is your 5th great grandmother

    β†’

    JOHN RUTHVEN
    his father

    is your 6th Great Grandfather

    MARY HENDERSON is your 6th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    John Ruthven
    his father

    is your 7th Great Grandfather

    Marrion Margaret Peadie-Ruthven is your 7th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    George Ruthven
    his father

    is your 8th Great Grandfather

    Elspeth Hutcheson - Ruthven is your 8th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    William Alexander Ruthven
    his father

    is your 9th great grandfather

    Isobell Reid - Ruthven is your 9th great grandmother

    Daughter of James Reid is your 10th great grandfather

    β†’

    William Ruthven
    his father

    is your 10th Great Grandfather

    Marion Clerk is your 10th Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Mary Gray - Seaton - Ruthven
    his mother

    is your 11th Great Grandmother

    Sir William Ruthven is your 11th Great Grandfather

    Son of William Ruthven, 2nd Lord of Ruthven and Janet Ruthven (Halyburton), 6th Lady Dirletoun is your 12th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Marion Gray
    her mother

    is your 12th Great Grandmother

    Sir Patrick Gray, 4th Lord Gray is your 12th great grandfather

    Son of Gilbert Gray, of Buttergask and Egidia Mercer - Gray is your 13th Great Grandfather & Grandmother

    β†’

    Helen Ogilvy (Sinclair), Lady Ogilvy of Airlie
    her mother

    is your 13th Great Grandmother
    James Ogilvy, 4th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie is your 13th great grandfather
    Birth: circa 1505
    Airlie, Angus, Scotland
    Son of James Ogilvy, 3rd Lord Ogilvy of Airlie and Lady Margaret Ogilvy (Lindsay) is your 14th great grandfather

    β†’

    Margaret Sinclair
    her mother

    is your 14th great grandmother

    Henry Sinclair, 3rd Lord Sinclair is your 14th Great Grandfather
    Birth: 1459
    Caithnessshire, Scotland
    Son of Rosslyn - William Sinclair, 2nd lord St. Clair and Lady Christina Leslie is your 15th Great Grandfather + Grandmother

    Son of Rosslyn - William Sinclair, 1st Earl of Caithness, 3rd Earl of Orkney and Elizabeth Douglas, is your 16th Great Grandfather + Grandmother


    β†’

    Adam Hepburn, Master of Hailes, Sheriff of Berwick
    her father

    is your 15th Great Grandfather
    Helen Home is your 15th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1437
    Home, Berwickshire, Scotland


    Daughter of Alexander Home, 1st Lord Home and Marion Lauder

    β†’

    Lady Ellen Wallace - Hepburn
    his mother

    is your 16th Great Grandmother

    Sir Patrick Hepburn of Dunsyre is your 16th Great Grandfather
    Birth: circa 1412
    Hailes Castle, Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland
    Son of Sir Adam Hepburn, Lord Of Hailes and Janet de Borthwick

    β†’

    daughter of Malcolm Wallace, heiress of Elderslie
    her mother

    is your 17th Great Grandmother

    James Wallace, Laird of Elderslie is your 17th Great Grandfather
    Birth: circa 1355
    Craigie Village near Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
    Son of John Wallace, of Craigie and Margaret Lindsay, heiress of Craigie

    β†’

    Helen Baillie, of Lamington
    her mother

    is your 18th Great Grandmother
    Malcolm Wallace of Elderslie, Laird of Elderslie is your 18th Great Grandfather
    Birth: circa 1335
    Elderslie, Paisley Parish, Renfrewshire, Scotland, (Present UK)
    Son of Adam Wallace, Laird of Elderslie and Auchinbothie and Lady Adam Wallace of Elderslie and Auchinbothie

    β†’

    William Baillie of Hoprig and Lamington
    her father

    is your 19th Great Grandfather
    Isabella de Seton is your 19th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1330
    Seton, East Lothian, Scotland
    Daughter of Sir William Seton and Katherine Sinclair

    β†’

    Sir William Baillie of Hoprig, 2nd Laird of Hoprig
    his father

    is your 20th Great Grandfather
    Elizabeth Wallace of Lamington, heiress of Lamington is your 20th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1295
    Elderslie, Paisley Parish, Renfrewshire, Scotland, (Present UK)
    Managed by: jessie whitmire

    Daughter of Sir William "Braveheart" Wallace, Kt. is your 21st Great Grandfather

    and Marion Cornellia Wallace (Braidfute) of Lamington is your 21st Great Grandmother

    β†’

    Sir William Baillie of Hoprig, Knight
    his father

    is your 21st Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Alexander de Baliol of Cavers
    his father

    is your 22nd Great Grandfather
    Isabella de Strathbogie is your 22nd Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1245
    Chilham, Kent, , England
    Daughter of Richard de Dover, Baron of Chilham and Matilda nic MΓ‘el Coluim, Countess of Angus

    β†’

    John de Baliol
    his father

    is your 23rd Great Grandfather
    Devorguilla (Dearbhfhorghaill) of Galloway is your 23rd Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1218
    Fotheringhay Castle, Galloway, Wigtownshire, Scotland
    Daughter of Alan, Lord of Galloway and Margaret de Huntington

    β†’

    Hugh de Baliol of Barnard Castle aka Hugh Gainford de Bailleul (de Baliol), Lord of Biwell & Hiche
    his father

    is your 24th Great Grandfather
    Cecily de Fontaines is your 24th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1195
    Richmond Castle, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
    Daughter of AlΓ©aume I, seigneur de Fontaines and Laura de Saint-ValΓ©ry

    β†’

    Eustace de Baliol aka Eustache Helicourt de Bailleul, seigneur de Bailleul en Vimeu et de Hornoy
    his father

    is your 25th Great Grandfather
    Perronnelle Fitzpiers is your 25 Great Grandmother
    Birth: 1168
    Shere Farmbridge,,Essex,England
    Daughter of Piers de Lutegareshale and Matilda (Maud) NN

    β†’

    Bernard de Balliol, Baron of Bywell of Barnard Castle
    his father

    is your 26th Great Grandfather
    Agnès de Picquigny is your 26th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1148
    Piquigny, France
    Daughter of GΓ©rard I, Seigneur de Picquigny and BΓ©atrix d'Aumale

    β†’

    Barnard de Balliol aka Bernard (Reginald) de Baliol (de Bailleul), I
    his father

    is your 27th Great Grandfather
    Baroness Maud Bywell is your 27th Great Grandmother
    Birth: circa 1090
    Bailleul,Nord,,France

    β†’

    FNU de Bailiol
    his father

    is your 28th Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Hugh II de Baliol, of Bywell aka Guy de Baliol (de Bailleul)
    his father

    is your 29th Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Reginald de Balliol , Sheriff of Shropshire aka Rainald (Renard, Reynold, Reginald) de Knightley (de Balliol), Sheriff of Shropshire
    his father

    is your 30th Great Grandfather
    Ameria de Montgomery is your 30th Great Grandmother
    Birth: 1045
    Montgommery, Saint-Germain-de-Montgommery, Lower Normandy, France

    http://www.geni.com/people/Reginald-de-Balliol-Sheriff-of-Shropshire/6000000006422099951?through=6000000005597624682

    is your 30th Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Guy de Balliol
    his father

    is your 31st Great Grandfather

    β†’

    Wydo Baliol
    his father

    is your 32nd great grandfather
    http://www.geni.com/people/Wydo-Baliol/6000000005597624754?through=6000000005597624682

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    Re: Walking between The Worlds - Bilocation - The Final Synthesis ... So, who was The eXchanger from The Original Project Avalon & Camelot ? Susan Lynne Schwenger - curated lineages

    Post  Carol on Sun Jun 09, 2013 11:09 am

    THEeXchanger wrote:

    Susan Lynne Schwenger - traveling in all of her 13 = 12 + 1 aspects of her bodies
    walking between the worlds
    traveling into the ethers, and, beyond the astral
    - into the low/mid and high causal, in my higher self, my essence(core),
    along with my monad (past, present, future and now) into The Pivot of The NOW

    -picture taken by Donna Spratt aka Cosmic Mind (from The Old Project Avalon + Project Camelot)

    we recorded a youtube while doing this


    I've seen this before. One of the starseeds gave me photos she had taken of the others that she was in contact with that look almost identical to this.


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    Re: Walking between The Worlds - Bilocation - The Final Synthesis ... So, who was The eXchanger from The Original Project Avalon & Camelot ? Susan Lynne Schwenger - curated lineages

    Post  THEeXchanger on Sun Jun 09, 2013 2:25 pm

    Yeah, Donna aka Cosmic Mind from The Old Project Avalon & Camelot
    - took my pictures traveling in my bodies
    (it is also on her facebook)
    - That is the picture of Susan Lynne Schwenger aka The eXchanger

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