Hardin Clay Roots #1

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Everyone in this tree is related "someway" to me. My Y-DNA (Father's line) is of the Haplogroup "G-P303" ( I have an DNA match with another descendant of Jan Auckesze Van Nuys Born abt 1650 and Barbara Provoost ) - My X-DNA (Mother's Line) is of the haplogroup V1A

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  • ID: I538109
  • Name: Gospatrick De Dunbar
  • Given Name: Gospatrick De
  • Surname: Dunbar
  • Suffix: II 1 2
  • Name: *Gospatric Of Northumberland
  • Given Name: *Gospatric Of
  • Surname: Northumberland
  • Name: Gospatric Of Northumberland
  • Given Name: Gospatric Of
  • Surname: Northumberland
  • Name: Gospatrick De Wessex
  • Given Name: Gospatrick De
  • Surname: Wessex
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1062 in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland 3
  • Death: 23 Aug 1138 in Battle Of The Standard, Cowton Moor, Yorkshire, England 2 3
  • _TAG:
  • _TAG9: 4 5 6 7
  • Occupation: Earl Of Lothian 8
  • Event: Alt. Birth Abt 1070
  • Occupation: Bet 1075 and 1138
  • _UID: 3AEB2D552C56485AA11B04DC8947EB365816
  • Change Date: 17 Jul 2014 at 18:20
  • Note:
    Name Suffix: Earl of Dunbar


    Earl of Dunbar, Baron of Beanley

    He was a great benefactor to the Abbey of Kelac. He died i n 1139.
    (Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited & Extinct Peerages, Addenda, P age 606)
    Gospatric or Cospatric or Cospatrick

    Gospatric II, Earl of Lothian or (later) Earl of Dunbar, (p ossibly died 1138), was an Anglo-Saxon noble from the earl y 12th century. He was the son of Gospatric I, earl of Nort humberland. In the earliest sources, occurring at dates bet ween 1120 and 1134 he is not styled "earl", but the "brothe r of Dolfin", the latter style being used in his own seal . Although later accounts say that he was granted his terri tory by king Mel Coluim III, it seems more likely that h e received his lands from his father, while his brother rec eived much of Cumberland. As Gospatric held his lands fro m both King David I of Scotland and King Henry I of Englan d it is impossible to lable him either "English" or "Scotti sh". Gospatric enjoyed the benefits of the renewed prominen ce given to native Englishmen in the reign of Henry I. He a nd his children obtained many lands in "England"-proper, an d he himself gained juristiction over some northern Englis h legal duties. He appears to have attained the status of " earl" by the year 1134, when that style first appears in do cumentary sources. Gospatrick had four sons, Gospatric II I (his successor), Adam, Edward, and Edgar. Gospatric appea rs to have died in 1138, which makes it likely that he die d at the Battle of the Standard.
    (Wikipedia)
    2ND Earl Of Dunbar




    Father: Gospatric "Cospatrick" De Northumberland b: Abt 1040 in Northumberland, England, Great Britain
    Mother: Aethelreda Of England Wessex b: Abt 1042 in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland

    Marriage 1 Sybil Of Morel b: Abt 1070
    • Married: Abt 1087
    • Change Date: 19 Jan 2014
    Children
    1. Has Children Gospatrick De Dunbar b: Abt 1090 in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
    2. Has No Children Adam Of Dunbar b: Abt 1104 in Scotland
    3. Has Children Juliana De Dunbar
    4. Has Children Edgar Dunbar b: Abt 1106 in Scotland
    5. Has No Children Edward Of Dunbar b: Abt 1107 in Scotland
    6. Has No Children Margaret Of Dunbar b: Abt 1102 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland
    7. Has No Children Juliana Of Dunbar b: Abt 1115 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Presidential Candidates Ancestry Homepage
      Title: Presidential Candidates Ancestry Homepage
      Author: William Addams Reitwiesner
      Publication: http://members.aol.com/wreitwiesn/candidates2000/
    2. Abbrev: Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650
      Title: Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New Englan d between 1623 and 1650
      Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
      Publication: Sixth Edition Genealogical Publishing, Inc. 1988 ISBN 0-806 3-1207-6
    3. Abbrev: 1Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Title: 1Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    4. Abbrev: Testerman, Cynthia
      Title: "Testerman," supplied by Testerman, 27-11-2005.
      Author: compiled by Cynthia Testerman [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE\ ,]
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
        Note:




        UCLA Research Library
    5. Abbrev: Leslie
      Title: "Ancestors Of Ernest Allen Dryer," 4-9-2006.
      Author: [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE\,]
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
        Note:




        UCLA Research Library
    6. Abbrev: Karns, Carrie
      Title: "Carrie's Family Tree," supplied by Karnes, 22-11-2011.
      Author: compiled by Carrie Karnes [(E-ADDRESS) FOR PRIVATE USE\,]
      Repository:
        Name: n/a
        Note:




        UCLA Research Library
    7. Abbrev: Lane and Johnston Families
      Title: Lane and Johnston Families
      Author: Cynthia Testerman, Carole Lane
      Publication: unpublished,1988-2005, Maryland
      Note:
      This is a family genealogy researched by a mother and daugh ter team.
    8. Abbrev: Wikipedia
      Title: Wikipedia

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    DO NOT TAKE THIS WORK AS GOSPEL. I had to cut the tree to only relatives as it is too big for one data base. (Many families are split up on the three files) My other trees are Hardin Clay Roots #2 and Hardin Clay Roots #3 (count started 22 Nov 2010) free counters

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