The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




Christopher Branch and Mary Frances Addie




Husband Christopher Branch 1

           Born: 2 Sep 1602 - Abingdon, Berkshire, England
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           Died: Abt Feb 1681 - Henrico, Virginia, (United States)
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         Father: Lionel Branch (1566-Abt 1605) 2
         Mother: Valentia Sparkes (Abt 1576-      ) 3


       Marriage: 2 Sep 1619 - St. Peter's Westcheap, London, Middlesex, England



Wife Mary Frances Addie 4

            AKA: Marie Frances Addie
           Born: Abt 1599 - Darton, Yorkshire, England
     Christened: 30 Nov 1599 - All Hallows Church, Darton, Yorkshire, England
           Died: 1630 - Henrico, Virginia, (United States)
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Children
1 M Christopher Branch Jr. 5

           Born: 1627 - College Land, Henrico, Virginia, (United States)
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           Died: Bef 24 Nov 1665 - Charles City, Henrico, Virginia, (United States)
         Buried: Nov 1665 - Chesterfield, Virginia, (United States)
         Spouse: Sarah Almond (Abt 1631-1666) 6
           Marr: Abt 1650 - Henrico, Virginia, (United States)



Birth Notes: Husband - Christopher Branch

May have been born in London, England or Kent, England.


Eystein Adilsson




Husband Eystein Adilsson 7

           Born: Abt 594 - <Sweden>
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         Father: Adils Ottarsson (Abt 0572-      ) 8
         Mother: Yrsa Helgasson (Abt 0565-      ) 9


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1 M Ingvar Eysteinsson 10

           Born: Abt 616 - <Sweden>
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Rhys ap Aeddan Lord of Grismwnt




Husband Rhys ap Aeddan Lord of Grismwnt 11

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         Father: Aeddan ap Gwaethfoed Lord of Grismwnt (      -      ) 11
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1 M Llywarch ap Rhys ap Aeddan Lord of Grismwnt 11

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Erik Agnarsson




Husband Erik Agnarsson 12

           Born: Abt 700
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1 F Hilda of Vestfold, Norway 13

           Born: Abt 726 - Norway
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         Spouse: Eystein von Westfold (Abt 0724-      ) 14




Erik Agnarsson




Husband Erik Agnarsson 15 16

            AKA: Eirik Agnarsson
           Born:  - <Vestfold, (Norway)>
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         Father: Agnar Sigtrysson King of Vestfold (      -      ) 16
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Children
1 F Hild of Vestfold 15

            AKA: Hild Eriksdatter, Hildi Eiriksdatter
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         Spouse: Eystein Halfdansson King in Vestfold [Semi-legendary] (      -      ) 15 16




Alrek Agnasson and Dagreid Dagsson




Husband Alrek Agnasson 17

           Born: Abt 445 - <Sweden>
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         Father: Agni Dagsson (Abt 0424-      ) 18
         Mother: Skjalf Frostasson (Abt 0428-      ) 19


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Wife Dagreid Dagsson 20

           Born: Abt 449 - <Sweden>
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Children
1 M Yngvi Alreksson 21

           Born: Abt 466 - <Sweden>
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2 M Alf Alreksson 22

           Born: Abt 468 - <Sweden>
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3 M Thorborg Alreksson 23

           Born: Abt 470 - <Sweden>
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Alrik Agnesson King in Sweden [Legendary] and Dagreid Dagsdotter




Husband Alrik Agnesson King in Sweden [Legendary] 16 24

            AKA: Alrekr Agnarsson King in Sweden
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         Father: Agne Dagsson King in Sweden [Mythological] (      -      ) 16 25
         Mother: Skjßlf Frostadotter (      -      ) 16 25


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Wife Dagreid Dagsdotter 16

            AKA: Dageith Dagsdotter
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         Father: Dag "the Powerful" (      -      ) 16
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Children
1 M Yngvi Alreksson King in Sweden [Legendary] 16 26

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2 M Alf King of Sweden [Legendary] 26

            AKA: Alverus King of Sweden
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Research Notes: Husband - Alrik Agnesson King in Sweden [Legendary]

Legendary king of Sweden, brother of EirÝk

From Wikipedia - Alrek and EirÝk :

Alrek and EirÝk (Old Norse Alrekr and EirÝkr ) were two legendary kings of Sweden .

In the Ynglinga saga
According to the Ynglinga saga , Alrek and EirÝk were sons and heirs of the previous king Agni by his wife Skjßlf. They shared the kingship. They were mighty in both war and sports, but were especially skillful horsmen and vied with one another about their horsemanship and their horses.

One day they rode off from their retinue and did not return. They were found dead with their heads battered but no weapons with them save the bridle bits of their horses. Accordingly it was believed that they had quarreled and come to blows and had slain each other with their bridle bits. They were succeeded by Alrik's sons Yngvi and Alf.
However, in other sources, only Alrek died, and in the piece of Ynglingatal quoted by Snorri Sturluson it is only Alrek who dies explicitly. Erik's death seems to be a misunderstanding on Snorri's part due to an influence from the succeeding kings (see also the other sources below):

Ynglingatal then gives Yngvi and Alf as Alrekr's and EirÝkr's successors.
The Historia NorwegiŠ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

This man [Dag] engendered Alrek, who was beaten to death with a bridle by his brother, Eirik. Alrek was father to Agne, [...][6]

Hogna is an error for Agne .[5] Unlike Ynglingatal, Historia NorwegiŠ gives Dagr as Alrekr's predecessor. Instead Alrekr precedes Agne and Agne is succeeded by Yngvi (incorrectly called Ingialdr[5]). The even earlier source ═slendingabˇk cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it gives the same line of succession as Historia NorwegiŠ: xi Dagr. xii Alrekr. xiii Agni. xiiii Yngvi.[7]

In Gautreks saga and Hrˇlfs saga Gautrekssonar
Gautreks saga also makes Alrek and EirÝk sons of Agni by Skjßlf and co-kings and it was to them that the warrior Starkad fled after his slaying of King Vikar. Starkad served them first as a companions on their viking expeditions and then, after Alrek and EirÝk had settled down, went on further Viking expeditions alone.

But King Alrek had a short life, for EirÝk struck Alrek dead with a bridle when they were out to train their horses and then ruled as sole ruler over Sweden. This version says that EirÝk reigned for a long time as told in Hrˇlfs saga Gautrekssonar (Saga of Hrˇlf son of Gautrek).

This second saga introduces Thornbj÷rg, the daughter of King EirÝk and Queen Ingigerd, who was a skillful shieldmaiden and ruled over part of the kingdom. Thornbj÷rg even called herself King Thorberg. But eventually she fell in love with Hrˇlf son of Gautrek and agreed to marry him, at which point she gave up her weapons to her father King EirÝk and took up embroidery.

In Gesta Danorum
Saxo Grammaticus in Book 5 of his Gesta Danorum introduces Ericus Desertus, that is Erik the Eloquent, son of a champion named Regnerus (Ragnar), both Norwegians in the service of King G°tarus (G÷tar) of Norway, a monarch otherwise unknown. This Erik is likely to be the EirÝk the Eloquent or EirÝkr the Wise in Speech mentioned by Snorri Sturluson in the Skßldskaparmßl as being of Ylfing lineage. But he otherwise has left no clear record in surviving Norse literature.

Saxo makes up for it by telling at greath length of Erik's amusing deeds. He relates how Erik outwitted all foes with clever tricks and became the counselor of Frˇ­i son of Fridleif, king of Denmark . Erik's expeditions on Frˇ­i's behalf always went well because of Erik's cunning and way with words. Erik finally married Frˇ­i's sister Gunvara and Erik's elder half-brother Rollerus (Roller) was made king of Norway.

Saxo then brings in a king of the Swedes named Alricus (Alrik) who corresponds to Alrek of the Norse tradition. Alrik was at war with Gestiblindus king of the Gautar (Geats) and Gestiblindus now sought Frˇ­i's aid. (In the Norse Hervarar saga Gestumblindi is the name assumed by the disguised Odin and it is possible that this Gestiblindus is also Odin in disguise.)

Erik and Skalk the Scanian pursued the war and slew Alrik's son Gunthiovus (Old Norse Gunn■jˇfr) leader of the men of Vermland and Solongs . Then occurred a parley and secret interview between Alrik and Erik in which Alrik attempted to win Erik over to his cause. When this failed, Alrik asked that the war be settled by a single combat between himself and Gestiblindus. Erik refused the offer because of Gestiblind's unfitness and advanced years but made a counter-offer to fight such a duel with Alrik himself if Alrik were willing. The fight occurred straightaway. Alrik was slain and Erik seemed to be fatally wounded so that a report actually came to King Frˇ­i that Erik was dead. Indeed Erik was long in recovering. However Frˇ­i was disabused when Erik himself returned announcing that Frˇ­i was now also king of Sweden, Vńrmland, Helsingland , and Soleyar . Frˇ­i then gave all those lands to Erik to rule directly and also gave Erik the two Laplands , Finland , and Estonia as dependencies paying annual tribute.

Saxo explains that this Erik was the first Swedish king to be called Erik but that after him it became a very common name among the Swedish kings. He also writes that Erik met and helped the champion Arngrim , an account that agrees with Hervarar saga , where Arngrim's sons meet Erik's successor Yngvi (see e.g. Angantyr and Hjalmar ).

That the duel occurred at the end of a "secret interview" suggests that Alrik and Erik were alone when they fought just as were their counterparts in the Norse accounts. That Erik was believed to have died suggests knowledge of the Ynglinga saga version in which both fighters met their death. There is no mention of horse bridles. But Erik is not elsewhere a great duelist or champion but instead a trickster who wins through stratagems and deceiving words so that is it likely that Saxo or his source passed over a stratagem in which a horse bridle played a part.

Saxo also mentions Starkad's stay in Sweden in Book 6 in a summary of Starkad's life up to that point in his history. But Saxo does not indicate what king or kings then ruled Sweden, saying only:

... he went into the land of the Swedes, where he lived at leisure for seven years' space with the sons of Fr°.

Fr° is of course the god Frey , the ancestor of the Swedish dynasty.
At the beginning of Book 6, Saxo notes that Erik died of a disease and was succeeded by his son Haldanus (Halfdan ). Halfdan was later slain by rivals for the throne but the warrior Starkad established Halfdans' heir Siward as the new king. Siward's daughter Signe was married to King Harald of Denmark who was co-king his brother Frˇ­i. Later Harald's son Halfdan, now king of Denmark, slew Siward in war. But Siward's grandson Erik, the son of Halfdan's uncle Frˇ­i by Signe, the direct heir to the throne, now rose up against Halfdan. After a long war this second Erik was captured by Haldfan and left in the woods in chains to be devoured by beasts. With him, it seems, the Swedish line of Erik the Eloquent, as set forth by Saxo, came to an end.

Commentary
It is not clear whether or not the accounts in the Gesta Danorum and the accounts in the Ynglinga saga' tales of a Danish king named Halfdan who became king of Sweden are at all related. See Halfdan .

Traditions of twin brothers connected with horses appear are a commonplace in Indo-European cultures as are foundation legends about two twin brothers, one of whom kills the other. It is possible that Alrek and Eirik are reflexes of such traditions.
Saxo's identification of the legendary EirÝk the Eloquent with the legendary Swedish king EirÝk probably originated as a flourish by a pro-Danish or pro-Norwegian story teller.


Research Notes: Child - Yngvi Alreksson King in Sweden [Legendary]

Legendary king of Sweden, of the House of Yngling, brother of Alf.

From Wikipedia - Yngvi and Alf :

Yngvi and Alf were two legendary Swedish kings of the House of Yngling .

According to Ynglingatal , Historia Norwegiae and Ynglinga saga , Yngvi and Alf were the sons of Alrik .

Snorri Sturluson relates that Yngvi was an accomplished king: a great warrior who always won his battles, the master of all exercises, generous, happy and sociable. He was both loved and famous.

Alf was unsociable and harsh and stayed at home instead of pillaging in other countries. His mother was Dageid, the daughter of king Dag the Great from whom is descended the Dagling family. Alf was married to Bera who was happy and alert and a very lovable woman.

One day in the autumn, Yngvi returned to Uppsala from a very successful Viking expedition which had rendered him famous. He used to spend time at the drinking table until late in the night, like Bera, and they found it pleasant to talk to each other. Alf, however, preferred to go to bed early and he started to tell her to go to bed early as well so that she did not wake him. Then Bera used to answer that Yngvi was much better for a woman than Alf, an answer that was getting on Alf's nerves.

One evening, the jealous Alf entered the hall and saw Yngvi and Bera converse on the high seat. Yngvi had a short sword in his lap and the other guests were too drunk to see that Alf had arrived. From under his cloak Alf drew a sword and pierced Yngvi. Yngvi, mortally wounded, got up, drew his own short sword and slew Alf. They were buried in two mounds on the Fyrisvellir (Fyris Wolds).

Alf was succeeded by his son Hugleik .

The Historia NorwegiŠ presents a Latin summary of Ynglingatal, older than Snorri's quotation:

His [Agne's] son, Ingjald, was murdered in Sweden by his own brother because he had brought discredit on the latter's wife, whose name was Bera (Ursa in Latin). After him his son Jorund ruled, [...][6]

Ingjaldr is held to be an error for Yngvi.[7] Unlike Ynglingatal, Historia NorwegiŠ gives Agne as Yngvi's predecessor. Instead Alrekr precedes Agne and Agne is succeeded by Yngvi. The even earlier source ═slendingabˇk cites the line of descent in Ynglingatal and it gives the same line of succession as Historia NorwegiŠ: xi Dagr. xii Alrekr. xiii Agni. xiiii Yngvi. xv J÷rundr.[8]

Hervarar Saga and the Saga of Orvar-Odd
In the Hervarar saga and the saga of Orvar-Odd , Yngvi was the father of Ingeborg, the princess who was in love with the Swedish hero Hjalmar .

Ari Frodi's Younger ═slendingabˇk
According to Ari Frodi's line of Swedish kings Yngvi was the son of Agne , and not of Agne's son Alrik .

Gesta Danorum
In Gesta Danorum , Alf (Alverus) was the father of Yngve (Ing) and Ingjald (Ingild). Ingjald, in his turn was the father of Sigurd Ring and the grandfather of Ragnar Lodbrok .


Research Notes: Child - Alf King of Sweden [Legendary]

Legendary Swedish king of the House of Yngling , brother of Yngvi.


Hugh Bardolf and Isabel Aguillon




Husband Hugh Bardolf 16

           Born: 29 Sep 1259 - <Wormegay>, Norfolk, England
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           Died: Sep 1304
         Buried:  - Shelford Priory, Nottinghamshire, England


         Father: William Bardolf (Abt 1231-1289) 16
         Mother: Julian de Gournay (1231-1295) 16


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Wife Isabel Aguillon 16

           Born: 25 Mar 1258 - <Addington>, Surrey, England
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           Died: 1323
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         Father: Robert Aguillon (1226-      ) 16
         Mother: Joan de Ferrers (Abt 1232-1267) 16




Children
1 M Thomas Bardolf 16

           Born: 4 Oct 1282 - <Watton-at-Stone>, Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 15 Dec 1328 - Watton-on-Stone, Hertfordshire, England
         Buried:  - Shelford Priory, Nottinghamshire, England
         Spouse: Agnes de Grandson (Abt 1289-1357) 16
           Marr: Lake of NeuchÔtel, Switzerland




Ralph Fitz Bernard and Joan de Aguillon




Husband Ralph Fitz Bernard 27

           Born: 1208 - Kingsdown, Milton, Kent, England
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           Died: Bef 10 Jun 1238 - England
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         Father: Thomas Fitz Bernard (      -Bef 1214) 28
         Mother: Alice de Jarpenville (      -After 1226) 29


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Wife Joan de Aguillon 30

           Born: 1210 - Suffolk, England
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           Died: After 15 Feb 1263 - England
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         Father: Robert de Aguillon (      -Abt 1249) 31
         Mother: Margery de Fresney (      -      ) 32




Children
1 F Joan Fitz Bernard 33 34

           Born: Abt 1235 - Kent, England
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           Died: 1310 - Badlesmere, Kent, England
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         Spouse: Sir Guncelin de Badlesmere of Badlesmere, Kent (      -1301) 35 36




Masser Aguillon




Husband Masser Aguillon 37

           Born: Abt 1110 - Tiron, Eure-et-Loir, (France)
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1 M Richard de Aguillon 38

           Born:  - Sussex, England
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           Died: After 10 Jun 1201 - Sussex, England
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         Spouse: Ela de Freville (      -      ) 39




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33 Wikipedia.org, Elizabeth de Badlesmere.

34 Website:, http://cybergata.com/roots/2110.htm.

35 Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 70-33 )Elizabeth de Verdun), 54-32 (Margaret de Clare).

36 Website:, http://cybergata.com/roots/2109.htm.

37 Website:, http://cybergata.com/roots/4862.htm.

38 Website:, http://cybergata.com/roots/4860.htm.

39 Website:, http://cybergata.com/roots/4870.htm.


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