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Re: Dorothea Poyntz - 1600's
Posted by: Paul K. Davis Date: March 06, 2000 at 17:34:51
In Reply to: Dorothea Poyntz - 1600's by Genie Thompson of 71

Dorothea has wat I consider to be an extremely interesting ancestry. One line, in very rough outline, is as follows:

Dorothea Poyntz
Newdigate Poyntz esquire [and Sarah Foxley]
John Poyntz [and Anne Sydenham]
William Poyntz [and Elizabeth Newdigate]
John Poyntz [and Margaret Saunders]
Margaret Woodville [and sir Robert Poyntz]
sir Anthony Woodville
Jacquetta of Luxembourg [and Richard Woodville, 1st earl Rivers]
Peter 1st of Luxembourg [and Margaret de Baux]
Margaret of Enghien [and Jean de Luxembourg]
Louis of Enghien [and Jeanne of Sanseverino]
Isabel of Brienne [and Walter 3rd of Enghien]
Walter 5th, count of Brienne [and Jeanne de Chatillon]
Hugues de Brienne [and Isabelle de la Roche]
Marie de Lusignan [and Walter 4th de Brienne]
Alice [and Hugues 1st de Lusignan]
Isabel 1st, queen of Jerusalem [and Henry 2nd, count of Champagne & Brie]
Maria Comnena [and Amalric 1st of Jerusalem]
Maria Taronitissa [and John Comnenus, Byzantine protosebastos]
Michael or maybe George Taronites
Ioannis/John or maybe Gregory Taronites
Michael Taronites [and Maria Comnena]
Gregory Taronites
Ashot Taroites [and Miroslava of Bulgaria]
Gregory Bagratid
Ashot Bagratid, prince of Taron
Gregory Bagratid, prince of Taron
Ashot Bagratid of Taron
Bagarat 2nd Bagratid of Taron, prince of princes of Armenia
Ashot 4th "the Brave" Bagratid, prince of Armenia
Mamikonian women whose name is not known [and Smbat 7th Bagratid, high constable of Armenia]
Samuel Mamikonian, chief of the Mamikonids
probably David Mamikonian
Hrahat Mamikonian
probably Hamazasp 2nd Mamikonian [and a daughter of Theodore Rshtuni]
David/Dawith Mamikonian
probably Vahan 2nd Mamikonian, prince of Taron
Mousegh Mamikonian
probably Hmayeak Mamikonian
probably Vard Mamikonian, viceroy of Armenia
general Hmayeak Mamikonian [and Dzoyk of Artsruni]
Sahakanoysh [and Hamazasp 1st Mamikonian]
saint Isaac "the Great", patriarch of Armenia
saint Narses "the Great", patriarch of Armenia [and Sandukht]
Bambish Arsacid [and Atanakines Souren Pahlav]
Chosroes/Khusrow Arsacid, king of Armenia
Tiridates "the Great" Arsacid, king of Armenia
Chosroes/Khusrow "the Valiant" Arsacid, king of West Armenia
Tiridates - Khusrow Arsacid, king of Armenia
Chosroes/Khusrow "the Brave" Arsacid, king of Armenia
an Iberian princess [and Vologases Arsacid, king of Parthia]
Parsman 3rd, king of Iberia
Rhadamiste 1st, king of Iberia [and Zenobia]
Ghadama [and Parsman 2nd, king of Iberia]
Vologases 1st, king of Armenia
Sanatruces 1st, king of Armenia
prince Meherdates of Parthia [and Awde]
Vologases 1st Arsacid, king of Parthia
Vonones 2nd Arsacid, king of Parthia
probably Darius, prince of Atropatene
Artavasdes, king of Atropatene
Ariobarzanes, king of Atropatene
Artavasdes, king of Atropatene
probably Ariazate [and Mithridates 2nd Arsacid, king of Parthia]
Tigranes "the Great", king of Armenia
probably Artavasdes 1st, king of Armenia
Tigranes 1st, king of Armenia
Artaxias 1st, king of Greater Armenia
probably Xerxes 1st, king of Armenia [and Antiochis Seleucid of Syria]
Arsames 1st, king of Armenia
Samus 1st, king of Armenia
Orontes 3rd, king of Armenia
Mithranes 1st, king of Armenia
Orontes 2nd, king of Armenia
Rodogune Achaemenid [and Orontes 1st, satrap of Armenia]
Arsaces Artaxerxes 2nd Achaemenid, king of Persia [and Stateira]
Ochus Darius 2nd Achaemenid, king of Persia [and Parysatis Achaemenid, queen of Persia, his half sister]
Artaxerxes 1st Achaemenid, king of Persia [and Cosmartidene, a Babylonian concubine]
Xerxes 1st "the Great" Achaemenid, king of Persia [and Amestris, queen of Persia]
Atossa Achaemenid, queen of Persia [and Darius 1st "the Great", king of Persia]
Cyrus "the Great", king of Persia
probably Mandane [and Cambyses 1st, king of Anshan]
probably Aryenis [and Astyages/Ishtumegu, king of the Medes]
Alyates, king of Lydia
Sadyattes, king of Lydia
Ardys, king of Lydia
Gyges, king of Lydia
Dascylus, who lived in the 700s BCE, when Amos and Hosea were prophesying, Ashur-Dan 3rd was the Assyrian ruler, and Rome was supposedly being founded.

Note that some of these names have variant spellings. Many of these people can be found in the Encyclopaedia Brittanica. I hope I haven't made too many typographical errors.


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