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From: "James C. Woodard" <>
Subject: Re: abunazar to ayala to england
Date: 1 Aug 2002 03:37:22 GMT
References: <ntaylor-13A182.12242131072002@nnrp06.earthlink.net>


Nathaniel Taylor <> wrote in news:ntaylor-
:

> Following Chico's request, here is the line from Pero Gomes Barroso to
> Sancha de Ayala:
>
> [Generations 1-10 summarize Chico's post of last night to the listserver]
>
> 1. Abunazar Lovesendes (att. 978) = Unisco Godins. Following the
> theory propounded by Chico, he may be of Muslim (Ummayad?) ancestry.
>
> 2. [Fromarico] 'Cide' Abunazar = NN
>
> 3. Toderedo Fromariques 'Cid' or Trutesendo Abunazar (att. 1040 / 1070)
> = Faregia Forjaz, d. of Froia [Froila, Fruela] Osoredes (she att. 1069)
>
> 4. Ausenda [Adosinda] Todereis (att. 1092) = Nuno Soares 'Velho', of
> the Baio family.
>
> 5. Gontinha (att. 1108) = Paio Godins 'de Azevedo' (br. of Baio
> family).
>
> 6. Mendo Pais 'Roufino / Bofinho' (att. 1117, 1121) = Sancha Pais (d. of
> Paio Curvo or __ de Toronho).
>
> 7. Hermgio (Ermildo) Mendes 'de Azevedo' (att. 1121) = Elvira Viegas
> (dau. of an Egas Moniz?)
>
> 8. Pedro Hermiges de Azevedo (apparently = Velasquita Rodrigues, d. of
> Count Rodrigo Forjaz de Trastmara, but not necessarily mother of:).
>
> 9. Ferno Pires de Azevedo = ??
>
> 10. Chmoa Fernandes de Azevedo = Pero Gomes Barroso, the troubadour,
> attested in the repartimiento of Seville (1248); held land in Toledo
> extant corpus of 12 poems in the Galician-Portuguese tradition.
>
> 11. Fernn Prez Barroso (called lord of Parla in one source; said by
> Fernan Perez de Ayala, no. 13, to have 'received all the inheritance of
> Azevedo'); courtier of kings Sancho IV & Fernando IV) = Mencia Garca
> de Sotomayor, dau. of Garci Melendez de Sotomayor & Ines 'la gorda' (de
> Saavedra).
>
> 12. Sancha Fernndez Barroso (sister of Cardinal Pero Gomes Barroso) =
> Pero Lpez de Ayala II (d. soon after Feb 1331), adelantado mayor del
> reino de Murcia, lord of the city of Cartagena, retainer and household
> official of D. Juan Manuel (cousin of the king, intriguer and writer).
>
> 13. Fernn Perz de Ayala (b. Toledo, 1305; became lord of Ayala, 1332;
> d. 15 October 1385 at Vitoria or Quejana; bd. Quejana), adelantado major
> del reino de Murcia, etc., merino mayor of Asturias; d. as Dominican
> friar at Vitoria; = Elvira Alvarez de Ceballos (d. 3 Aug 1372; bd. at
> Quejana), sister and heiress of Daz Gutirrez, master of the Order of
> Alcantara, who was killed by order of King Pedro I in 136. Children
> include:
>
> [14. Pero Lpez de Ayala III (1332-1407), diplomat, grand chancellor of
> Castile, and one of the three leading Castilian writers of his century;
> = Leonor de Guzmn, with many descendants, beginning with the condes de
> Fuensalida. And also his eldest sister:]
>
> 14. Ins de Ayala (eldest of 8 daughters; b. say 1330; will 1403 and
> prob. d. soon after) = Diego Gmez, lord of Casarrubios del Monte
> (Toledo); kt. of the Orden de la Banda; notario mayor del reino de
> Toledo (1351), alcalde major de Toledo (1360s, successively for rivals
> Pedro I & Enrique II), d. betw. 1373 and 29 Mar 1375. His palace in
> Toledo survives as the Dominican convent of Santa Isabel. Children
> include:
>
> [15. Pedro Surez (III) de Toledo, d. at battle of Aljubarrota 13 August
> 1385 (his sculpted armorial tomb, probably from Santa Isabel at Toledo,
> is at the Museu Fredric Mars in Barcelona) = Juana de Orozco; from whom
> descends Fernn II & V, King of Spain, etc. And also his eldest sister:]
>
> 15. Sancha de Ayala (eldest of 5 daughters, b. say 1350); went to
> England in 1371 in the train of Constance of Castile, wife of John of
> Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster & pretender to Castile; married by 1373; d.
> testate in 1418 = Sir Walter Blount (1348-1403), retainer and trusted
> official of John of Gaunt (and later of Henry Bolingbroke, King Henry
> IV); participant in French and Spanish campaigns; several times on
> diplomatic missions in Castile, Aragon & Portugal; killed at Battle of
> Shrewsbury (see CP 9:333, s.n. 'Mountjoy').
>
> Innumerable descendants in England (including the Queen, in two lines,
> and the Princes William and Harry, via two others: see Paget), and
> several descendants among 17th-century American colonists, including:
>
> Lawrence and John Washington
>
> Roger, Thomas and John Ludlow; Sarah (Ludlow) Carter
>
> Elder William Wentworth
>
> Anne (Marbury) Hutchinson & Katherine (Marbury) Scott
>
> Christopher Lawson
>
> Elizabeth (Marshall) Lewis
>
> Robert Abell
>
> Governor Thomas Dudley
>
> Nat Taylor
>

Nat, is this the line you're using for Gov. Dudley's descent fom Sancha?


1 John Suttonb: Abt. 1380d: August 29, 1406
.+Constance Blountd: September 1432
2 John Suttonb: December 25, 1400d: September 30, 1487
...+Elizabeth Berkeleyd: Bef. 1479
.3 Edmund Suttond: Bef. 1487
.*2nd Wife of Edmund Sutton:
.....+Joice Tiptoft
...4 Edward Dudleyb: Abt. 1459d: January 31, 1531/32
.......+Cecily Willoughby
.....5 John Dudleyb: Abt. 1495d: September 18, 1553 in buried
St. Magaret's, Westminster
.........+Cecily Greyb: Abt. 1497d: April 28, 1554 in Buried
St. Magaret's, Westminster
.......6 Capt. Henry Dudleyb: Abt. 1517
...........+dau Ashton
........7 Roger Dudleyd: 1586
............+Susanna Thorneb: March 05, 1559/60 in bapt. Yardley-
Hastings, co. Northhamptond: Aft. October 29, 1588
..........8 Thomas Dudleyb: October 12, 1576 in Yardley-Hastings,
co. Northhampton*d: July 31, 1653 in Bur. Roxbury, Mass.


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James C. Woodard
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