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Ralph St. John-Paynel, son of Wimund II, de la Haye-Paynel

Ancestors of Ralph St. John-Paynel, son of Wimund II, de la Haye-Paynel

Male Abt 1036 - 1122  (~ 86 years)Deceased  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document

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                     ┌──Ansfrid le Goz, II; Viscount Exmes & Falaise; Steward of Normandy; Sheriff of Essex  
                     │   b. abt.970 Normandy, France
                     │   d. 1054 Normandy, France      =>
               ┌──Wimund d'Avranches, I, Vicecomes at Mont-St.-Michel, Seigneur de Haye-Pesnel (Paynel)   ~49 years
               │   b. abt. 990 Normandy, France
               │   d. 1033-1039 France or Italy
               │   m. 1008 Chartres, France
               │     └──Wimardis de Normandy, Abbess/Nun of Mortivillers  ~85 years
               │         b. abt. 970 Normandy, France
               │         d. aft. 1054 Normandy, France      =>
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         ┌──Wimund Felix de la Haye-Paynel, II, Minter  ~83 years
         │   b. abt. 1015
         │   d. abt. 1098
         │   m. abt. 1032 Moulins Castle, Moulins-le-marche, Orne, Normandy, France
         │     │        
         │     │     ┌──Tedouin Payen, de Remalard, Orne, France  
         │     └──Jeanne [de Falaise] or [de Remalard or Payen], d'Avranches de Moulins  
         │         b. abt. 990
         │         d. ??
         │         m. 1008 Chartres, France
         │           └──Agnes _____, de Remalard de Torigny  
         │              
 b. abt. 1036 Moulins Castle, Moulins-le-marche, Orne, Normandy, France
 d. 1115-1122 Yorkshire, England, UK
         │              
         │           ┌──Geoffrey I Berengar de Rennes, Count of Rennes; Duke of Brittany  28 years
         │           │   b. 980
         │           │   d. 20 Nov 1008
         │           │   m. abt. 995      =>
         │     ┌──Alan III de Rennes, of Brittany  43 years
         │     │   b. 997
         │     │   d. 1 Oct 1040
         │     │   m. 1018 France
         │     │     └──Hawise de Normandy, de Rennes  ~55 years
         │     │         b. abt. 979
         │     │         d. 21 Feb 1034
         │     │         m. abt. 995      =>
         │     │        
         └──Emma de Rennes, de Moulins  ~73 years
             b. aft. 1019 Normandy, France
             d. aft. 1092 England, UK
             m. abt. 1032 Moulins Castle, Moulins-le-marche, Orne, Normandy, France
               │        
               │     ┌──King Odo II de Blois, Count of Champagne  54 years
               │     │   b. 983
               │     │   d. 1037       =>
               └──Bertha verch Odo de Blois, Duchess consort of Brittany & countess consort of Maine  75 years
                   b. 999-1005 Brittany, France
                   d. abt. 1080
                   m. 1018 France
                        
                     ┌──Maud of Normandy  ~24 years
                     │   b. bef. 982
                     │   d. 1006       =>

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