De Maule Ancestry

Source: Geni. Click on linked names for Geni profile.

Note: Use Geni resources judiciously as there are sometimes errors.

NOTE: Until the ancestry of William Charles (who married Abigail Bailey) can be verified, this part of the ancestry is only speculation.

  Ancestry through parents
Robert III, comte de Wormsgau,
and
Waldrada de Worms
                                                                                                                         
 
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Aleran I de Worms
b. ca. 800, Wormsgau, Germany
d. in France
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  Eudes I, comte de Troyes
b. ca. 829, Troyes, Aube, Champagne, France
d. ca. 1 August 871, Troyes, Champagne-Ardenne, France
m. Wandilmode de Worms
b. ca. 830, Wormsgau, Germany
d. in Troyes, France
                                                                                                                     
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Raoul de Dijon,
Comte de Dijon

b. ca. 850-854, Dijon, Côte-d'Or, Burgundy, France
d. 873, Gironde, Aquitaine, France
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Eliran de Dijon,
comte de Dijon

b. circa 870, Dijon, Cote d'Or, Bourgogne, France
d. 901, France
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Lisiar le Riche, seigneur de Sceaux en Gâtinais
b. circa 900, Sceaux, Yonne, Burgundy, France
d. after circa 941, Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire, Loiret, Centre-Val de Loire, France
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Ansaud Le Riche, "l'Auxerrois",
vicomte d'Auxerre

b. 910, Auxerre, Yonne, Bourgogne, France
d. ca. 956, France
Raingarde de Dijon
b. ca. 922, France
d. before 954
m. 918
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Ansaud II Le Riche de Paris, conseiller de Robert II
(Ansaud Le Riche, II, Counselor Of Paris)

b. ca. 945, Paris, Seine, Ile-de-France, France
d. ca. 1016, Montlhery, France
Reitrude
b. ca. 947, Paris, France
d. in Montlhery, France
m.
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Guérin II,
baron de Paris

b. ca. 990, France
d. btwn 1031-1045
Hersende d'Antony
b. 1000, France
d.
m.
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Pierre de Maul,
baron de Maule

b. ca. 1025, France
d. 12 January 1101
Gwindesmoth de Troyes
b. ca. 1025, France
d. 1115
m.
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Roger de Maule
b.
d. ca. 1180
m. Godit (mnu)
b.
d.
            Philip de Valoniis
b. ca. 1070 or later
d. ca. 1180 or later
      Ancestry to Charlemagne through parents
Saier de Quincy,
Earl of Winchester,
Surety for the Magna Carta,
and
Margaret
(de Beaumont)
de Quincy,
of Groby
                                   
Randolph de Sordis
b. ca. 1110, Scotland
d.
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Juliana de Sordis
b. 1132, Liddisdale, Scotland
d.
m.
            David de Lyne
b. ca. 1180, Scotland
d.
                                         
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Richard de Maule
b.
d.
        William de Valoynes,
Chamberlain of Scotland

b. ca. 1135, Panmure, Forfar, Scotland
d. 1219, Kelso, Roxburgh, Scotland
m. 1191 Loretta de Quincy
b. ca. 1180, Winchester, Hampshire, England
d. 1270
                              William de La Haye of Errol,
Butler of Scotland

b. ca. 1150, Scotland
d. ca. 1201, Scotland
m. Eva de Pitmilly,
heiress of Pitmilly

b. circa 1140, Pitmilly, Kingbarns, St Andrews, Fifeshire, Scotland
d. 1201, St. Andrews, Fifeshire, Scotland
      Robert de Lyne
b. circa 1210, Lochorwart Castle, Midlothian, , Scotland
d.
                         
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    Peter de Maule
b. ca. 1205
d. 1254
m. 1215 Christina de Valognes, Lady of Panmure
b. ca. 1207
d. 1256
            John Vaux
(de Vaullibus)

b.
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            John de la Haya (de Haya), of Locherworth
b.
d.
m. Margaret de Lyne
b. circa 1240, Locherworth (Borthwick), Scotland
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arms of the Maules of PanmureSir William was sheriff of Forfar at the death of Alexander III and was among the barons who swore allegience to Edward I at St. Andrews 10 July 1292. In 1293 he granted Radulph of Dundee the lands of Banavie and Balrothie.

The arms of the Maules of Panmure are distiguished from those of the French family by the border being partitioned and the charges counterchanged. The number of escallops was eight in the arms of Sir William drawn c.1296, but nine by his son Sir Henry c.1320.

Source: "The Scottish Nation"- William Anderson, A. Fullarton & Co., Edinburgh, 1880 "The Scots Peerage"- Vol.VII, p.6
William De Maule
b. ca. 1240
d. 1312
m. Ethama de Vaux
b. 1147
d.
              William de Haya of Locherworth,
Knight

b. circa 1263, Lochorwart Castle, Midlothian, Scotland
d. 31 October 1308, Lochorwart Castle, Midlothian, , Scotland
m. ?
b.
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        Henry De Maule (Maule), of Pannoure (Panmure)
b. 1265, Forfar, Angus, Scotland
d. 26 May 1325, Forfar, Angus, Scotland
m. Margaret Hay
b.
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descendants through son Walter De Maule via his marriage to Margaret Lucombe
         
Developed in November 2016.