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Allied Ancestry of the Van Culemborg Family of Culemborg, Holland; Being the Ancestry of Sophia Van Culemborg, Wife of Johan de by Edwin Jaquett Sellers - 9780217163668

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1915. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... ALLIED ANCESTRY OF THE VAN CULEMBORG FAMILY 1 Walter, Count of Teisterbant, in the Dukedom of Gelders, District of the Betuwe, died either 724 or 742 (Oudheusden, 2; Anderson, Table 347; Betham, Table 562). His daughter and heiress, Beatrix, Countess of Teisterbant, married about 711, Theodoric, Stadtholder and Lord of Cleve (Ibid.). Their daughter and heiress, Beatrix, Countess of Teisterbant, married Elias, Aelius, or Elius Grail, Gralius, Graielis, or Grajus, a great hero, Stadtholder of Nijmegen and first Count of Cleve. She died 734 or 5 (Ibid.). Their son and heir, Theodoric, Count of Cleve and Teisterbant, married Ida, Countess of Hainault. Teisterbant was held of the Bishop of Utrecht. Having ruled twenty-five years, Count Theodoric died 759. Both earldoms went to their son (Ibid.), Reinald, Count of Cleve and Teisterbant, who married Isabella, Countess of Ardenner-Walde. Having ruled eleven years Reinald died 769 or 770, leaving his earldom to his son (Ibid.), Ludolph, Count of Cleve and Teisterbant, who married Adelheid, sister of Siegbert, Duke of Aquitain, and having ruled twenty years, died 790 (Ibid.) Their son and heir, John, Count of Cleve and Teisterbant, married Constantia, daughter of Michael I, Emperor of the East, and Procopia, daughter of the Emperor Nichephorus. The latter, a patrician, was proclaimed Emperor and deprived the Empress Irene of the government in 802; was slain in battle 811 by Trumus, King of Bulgaria, who made a cup of his skull; his daughter Procopia married Michael I, Curoplates, called also Rangabes from being Master of the Household, who was made Emperor of the East Roman Empire in opposition to Stauratius. Michael was a friend of Charlemagne; was overthrown by Leo Armenius and became a monk in 812, after reigning two y...


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