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Aymon II de Bourbon — Wikipédia

Aymon II de Bourbon — Wikipédia

Archambaud IV of Bourbon - Wikipedia

Archambaud IV of Bourbon - Wikipedia

Lambert I, Count of Louvain - Wikipedia

Lambert I, Count of Louvain - Wikipedia

Albert I, Count of Namur - Wikipedia

Albert I, Count of Namur - Wikipedia

Geoffrey’s nickname, “plante de genet,” stuck, even after he married Matilda, daughter of England’s King Henry I.  “Their son Henry (the II),… was to be the first of the ‘Plantagenet’ line (also known as the House of Anjou or the Angevin Dynasty).”  Geoffrey and Matilda generation 29 on our family tree.

Geoffrey of Anjou (a region in the Loire Valley in is the founder of the Plantagenet dynasty. He married the Empress Matilda, and their eldest son became Henry II of England upon the death of his uncle, King Stephen. One of the French and English links.

Tombs of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II at Fontevraud Abbey

Tombs of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry II at Fontevraud Abbey, France. Our great grandparents through the Sheffield, Mott, Thompson and Aldrich lines.

Marguerite of Provence,Queen of France in c. 1250

Marguerite of Provence, Queen of Louis IX was the last French queen to use the title of Queen of the Franks. After 14 June 1237 she became the first Queen of France. - Was the picture done in the

The Providence College Mob Comes for Anthony Esolen - Crisis Magazine

The Providence College Mob Comes for Anthony Esolen - Crisis Magazine

William de Braose (died 1230) - Wikipedia

William de Braose (died 1230) - Wikipedia

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