Edward I "Longshanks", King of England
Reigned 1272-1307. In the Barons war 1264-67 he defeated the Barons at Evesham (1265) as King
he is noted for encouraging Parliamentary institutions at the expense of
feudalism and for subduing Wales on which he imposed the English system of
administration. He later tried to assert his authority over Scotland and died
while on his way to fight Robert Bruce.
Henry de Percy
The Complete Peerage,V.x,p449,note a.
Roger de Beaumont, Seigneur of Beaumont
Siegneur of Beaumont, Pontaudemer, Brionne and Vatteville, Normandy.
Charles III de Valois, Count de Valois
Count of Valois. See Europäisch Stammtafeln Bund II tafel 16
Uncle of King Louis X of France and father of King Philip VI of France. also of cousin Charles IV, king of France, the last of the Capetian line
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