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Descent of Edward III to my wife's maternal grandmother, Margarita Rocha Gutierrez and to Queen Elizabeth II

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By R.A.Ricci - Posted on 24 April 2016

The descent from Cerdic, 1st King of Wessex to King Edward III to Margarita Gutierrez Rocha

1. Cerdic, 1st King of Wessex
2. Creoda
3. Cynric, King of Wessex
4. Ceawlin, King of Wessex
5. Cuthwine
6. Cuthwulf
7. Ceolwald of Wessex
8. Coenred of Wessex
9. Ingild of Wessex
10. Eoppa
11. Eafa
12. Ealhmund of Kent
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13. Egbert King of Wessex
14. Aethelwulf, King of Wessex
15. Alfred the Great, King of Wessex
16. Edward the Elder, King of England
17. Edmund I, King of England
18. Edgar, King of England
19. Ethelred II (Ethelred the Unready) King of England
20. Edmund II (Edmund Ironside), King of England
21. Edward the Exile, heir to the throne of England, died two days after arriving at England, leaving the throne bare.
22. Saint Margaret of Scotland, Queen of Scotland
23. Edith of Scotland, Queen of England
24. Empress Matilda (Maud)
25. Henry II, King of England
26. John "Lackland" King of England + Eleanore, Countess of Provence, Queen E.
27. Edward I, King of England +Leonor, Princess of Castile, Queen of England
28. Edward II, King of England + Isabella, Princess of France, Queen of England
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29. Edward III, King of England (aka Edward of Windsor) b.13/Nov/1312, Windsor Castle.
+ Elizabeth of Suffolk
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30. Elizabeth (Isabel) (illegitimate daughter of King Edward III)
+ Sancho Martinez de Leiva (Iron Arm/el Braso de de Hierro) Sancho was highly appreciated by King Edward III for his service in combat. He was a favorite of both the King of England and the King of Castile.
Sancho descends from King John Lackland's sister, Queen Eleonor of Castlie.
Elizabeth and Sancho are fourth cousins. Edward I's wife was a first cousin to Sancho's great grandfather which is the closest relationship. Edward III was a third cousin to Sancho's mother, as she also descended from English and Castilian royalty.
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31. Juana Garcia de Leiva
+ Diego Lopez de Zuniga, Sr. De Frias y de Bejar, Justicia Mayor del Rey,

32. Pedro de Zuniga, Conde de Ledesma y Plasencia, Justicia Mayor del Rey and Alguacil mayor del Rey,
+ Isabel Guzman

33. Diego Lopez de Zuniga
+ Aldonza de Avellaneda

34. Isabel de Zuniga y Avellaneda
+ Pedro Gonzalez de Mendoza

35. Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Sr. De Moron

36. Rudy Diaz de Mendoza
+ Catalina Arellano del Rio

37. Maria Mendoza
+ Luis Marin (b1491)

38. Mariana Mendoza m.1550
+ Cap.Juan Zaldivar (born 1520-1525)

39. Maria Zaldivar Mendoza m.abt.1554
+ Balthazar Temino de Banuelos

41. Anna Maria Banuelos m. Aft.1543
+ Francisco Figueroa de Carbajal b.abt1520

42. Francisca Figueroa Temino de Banuelos b.1548
+ Rodrigo de Carbajal, I (b.1535)

43. Rodrigo de Carbajal II
+ Melchora de los Reyes Rodriguez

44. Rodrigo de Carbajal b.abt 1603, m. 12/Sep/1628
+ Juana Lomelin y Benavides abt 1610 daughter of Italian Carlo Lomelini

45. Leonor Carbajal Bracamonte b.abt.1631, m.abt 1660
+ Juan Gonzalez de Hermosillo (b.1635, d.24/June/1699)

46. Ana Gonzalez de Hermosillo y Carbajal
+ Esteban Gomez Hurtado de Mendoza

47. Micaela Gomez Hurtado de Mendoza (c.29/May/1698) m.10/Feb/1716
+ Jose Munoz de Nava ((b.abt1698)

48. Jose Antonio Munoz de Nava
+ Gertrudis Garcia de H. y Franco (Aka Gertrudis Ramirez y Franco)

49. Juan Manuel Munoz de Nava
+ Apolonia Marquez

50. Maria de la Trinidad Munoz de Nava m. 20/Aug/1821
+ Jose Francisco de la Trinidad Martin del Campo

51. Jose Luis Deonicio Martin del Campo c.17/Oct/1822, m.29/May/1844
+ Maria Vicenta Florencia Pedrosa

52. Maria Campos y Pedrosa, m. 9/Feb/1859
+ Felipe de Jesus Gutierrez y Munoz

53. Maximiana Gutierrez y Campos b.1876, d. 13/Nov/1934
+ Ciriaco Rocha (b.1871)

54. Margarita Rocha Gutierrez, b.1910,
+ Pablo Lomelin, b.5//Jan/1905

Source book mygenes2000 by R.A.Ricci

1. Cerdic, 1st King of Wessex
2. Creoda
3. Cynric, King of Wessex
4. Ceawlin, King of Wessex
5. Cuthwine
6. Cuthwulf
7. Ceolwald of Wessex
8. Coenred of Wessex
9. Ingild of Wessex
10. Eoppa
11. Eafa
12. Ealhmund of Kent
13. Egbert King of Wessex
14. Aethelwulf, King of Wessex
15. Alfred the Great, King of Wessex
16. Edward the Elder, King of England
17. Edmund I, King of England
18. Edgar, King of England
19. Ethelred II (Ethelred the Unready) King of England
20. Edmund II (Edmund Ironside), King of England
21. Edward the Exile, heir to the throne of England, died two days after arriving at England, leaving the throne bare.
22. Saint Margaret of Scotland, Queen of Scotland
23. Edith of Scotland, Queen of England
24. Empress Matilda (Maud)
25. Henry II, King of England
26, John "Lackland" King of England
27. Henry III King of England
28. Edward I King of England
29. Edward II King of England
30. Edward III King of England
31. Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence
32. Philippa Plantagenet, 5th Countess of Ulster
33. Roger de Mortimer, 4th Earl of March
34. Anne de Mortimer
35. Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York
36. Edward IV King of England
37. Elizabeth of York
38. Margaret Tudor
39. James V of Scotland
40. Mary, Queen of Scots'
41. James VI of Scotland and I of England
42. Elizabeth of Bohemia
43. Sophia of Hanover
44. George I of Great Britain
45. George II of Great Britain
46. Frederick, Prince of Wales
47. George III of the United Kingdom
48. Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn
49. Victoria of the United Kingdom
50. Edward VII of the United Kingdom
51. George V of the United Kingdom
52. George VI of the United Kingdom
53. Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
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Danish descent to King Edward III

1. Ursius/Björn
2. Danish chieftain Thorgil Sprakling (also called Thorkel)
3. Gytha Thorkelsdóttir
1. Harold Godwinson, King of England
0. Gytha of Wessex
1. Mstislav I of Kiev
2. Euphrosyne of Kiev, Queen consort of Hungary
3. Béla III of Hungary, King of Hungary
4. Andrew II of Hungary, King of Croatia and Hungary
5. Violant of Hungary, Queen consort of Aragon
6. Isabella of Aragon, Queen of France
7. Philip IV of France. King of France
8. Isabella of France, Queen of England
9. Edward III, King of England
Edward is # 29 in the first list.

The descent from William the conqueror to Queen Elizabeth II through Edward III
William I of England
Henry I of England
Empress Matilda
Henry II of England
John of England
Henry III of England
Edward I of England
Edward II of England
Edward III of England
Lionel of Antwerp, 1st Duke of Clarence
Philippa Plantagenet, 5th Countess of Ulster
Roger de Mortimer, 4th Earl of March
Anne de Mortimer
Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York
Edward IV of England
Elizabeth of York
Margaret Tudor
James V of Scotland
Mary, Queen of Scots'
James VI of Scotland and I of England
Elizabeth of Bohemia
Sophia of Hanover
George I of Great Britain
George II of Great Britain
Frederick, Prince of Wales
George III of the United Kingdom
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn
Victoria of the United Kingdom
Edward VII of the United Kingdom
George V of the United Kingdom
George VI of the United Kingdom
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Source book mygenes2000 by R.A.Ricci

R.A.Ricci
PS please let me know if you believe I made a typo.

I don't know if there are any typos, as I am too taken by your results and the hard work and hours put into it. While I don't have any direct relationships to any of the people my cousins the Lomelin and Pedrozas do. Thank you for sharing.

AMAZING!

Dear, Simona,

Thank you for your comments. There are many typos in my post about King of England Edward III's descent to Margarita Rocha Gutierrez. A couple of the dates I put in are wrong.I also left out some information by mistake. The numbering of the descent from Danish royalty is off. I left out Juan Hurtado de Mendozas wife by mistake, I left out many dates that I have. Sometimes I put a date without saying what the date meant. I should have better explained how a huge number of people from Nueva Galicia and New Mexico (USA) descend from King Edward III, not just Margarita Rocha Gutierrez's family.

35. Juan Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Sr. De Moron
+ Luisa Velasquez de Cuellar y Velasco

Many families from Nueva Galicia and New Mexico descend from this group of people:

36. Maria Mendoza
+ Luis Marin (b1491)

37. Mariana Mendoza m.1550
+ Cap.Juan Zaldivar (born 1520-1525)

38. Maria Zaldivar Mendoza m.abt.1554
+ Balthazar Temino de Banuelos

Balthazar Temino de Banuelos himself is a descendant of Spanish and English Royalty and I have documentation to prove it.

Diego Flores De la Torre married to Angela Velasco Figueroa have descendants throughout Nueva Galicia spreading Edward III's descendants throughout the whole area.
Maria Mendoza and Luis Marin left descendants throughout New Mexico as a Zaldivar Mendoza branch was one of the founding families of New Mexico. Actually there were two Zaldivar Mendoza branches, with one of them staying in New Mexico with the other spreading their descendants throughout Nueva Galicia.

Descendants of the Perez Gallo, Sancho Renteria and Angela Velasco, and Capitan Diego Flores de la torre and Beatriz de Anda Altamirano, and the De la Torre Ledesma families are just a few of the families that descend from Edward III.

I am glad that someone appreciates and recognizes the work. The first comment that I received after posting it was "why are you wasting your time, you should be doing something constructive and not wasting time."

Thanks,
R.A.Ricci

Thank you Linda for the Amazing comment. Later I will add some of the other ancestries attached to this line.

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your comment made me smile. I remember when I told my Dad I was doing research on the family in Zacatecas he asked me why since they were all dead anyway! I had to laugh he had no idea how our Caldera family especially had to do with the history of Nueva Galicia.
I believe every generation or two the ancestors ask to be remembered. I had 2 cousins who started this work on the family then I retired and had time to take it further. Future generations will be able to say they have a history and foundation and story that I carry forward with pride and responsibility. I also put my files on Rootsweb.com so others can find their lines and am amazed how many relatives I've found and enjoy. My trunk in Zacatecas is my Father, Chet Castanon and if you go to pedigree in text form you can see my lines and they amaze me how I can have slave owners and slaves. Espanol, Mulato and Indio. I am all that Mexico has to offer.
Your family can certainly be proud of what you have done for your line to be remembered!!!
thank you again
Linda Castanon-Long

Dear Linda,

I made two discoveries today. One of them was that my ancestors brother raped his cousin, making her bleed and then, forcing/convincing her to marry him. They had two children, one of them the ancestor to many kings.

The other discovery is a very big personal discovery. This discovery brings an uplifting story that has a personal connection to my family. This discovery connects a saint that started the order that administers schools that my wife, daughter, and I have attended. I found out that this saint lived with his aunt, my ancestor and that he stated that this aunt had a big influence on his life. It was the discovery of this story that finally changed the mind of my family member that had said "why are you wasting your time, you should be doing something constructive and not wasting time."

Thanks again for your comments,
Rick Ricci

Dear Rick
I thank you very much for all your time, hard work, patience, dedication and many more things you gather to reconstruct brick by brick, piece by piece the most exciting puzzle from which we all came yo life!
I think that maybe some of our relatives are reluctant to look into the past due to fears of finding out that we descend of "little people ", of "unperfect individuals", what they don't imagine is that for ALL OF US to be alive, our ancestors had to perform an incredible number of courageous or clever or audacious actions!
People like you help us realize that in the end we all are descendants of courageous pioneers; audacious conquerors; clever Merchants...
In the end we see that none of the living persons on this planet come from "little people " because our genes to be here, alive, still thriving, have had to solve and survive incredible and seemingly unsurmontable situations!
And the great news is... that... here we are, and thankfully some of us Will not let that all the efforts, all the fights our ancestors fought, be thrown away as if they were worthless, that would be equivalent to saying that we, as humanity- are worthless

Edward III's ancestry is more French than anything else. His contribution to our DNA would show some English, some Spanish but the majority would be French DNA.

Dear Carlos,

Thank you for your comments. Much of of my research has moved along as someone brings up questions and makes me dig even deeper to find out more of our "ancestral history". I want to thank you all your help on the Pantoja ancestry. After all the work that we did on the Pantoja family, I was wondering if you saw my Ochoa Garibay findings. Have you seen that post?

Diego Otxoa Garibai (aka Diego Ochoa-Garibay) married to Juana Nunez de Sotomayor:

http://www.nuestrosranchos.com/en/node/23400

Thanks again,
Rick A. Ricci

Rick

On page 27 of "Fundadores de Nueva Galicia, Guadalajara, Tomo I" by Guillermo Garmendia Leal he states:

Rodrigo de CARVAJAL, nacido en Agualulco, muere el 20 Oct 1631

The list of sources for this section are:
FAMILIAS DE GUADALAJARA, JALISCO
BAUTISMOS DE 1599 A 1617, ROLLO# 0038309 y otras hasta 1631 de la Revista de la
Soc. De Historia y Genealogia de Jalisco, No. 5 de Ene 1978.
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Familias que aparecen en los PROTOCOLOS de :
RODRIGO HERNANDEZ CORDERO, rollo 0266637 (1585 - 1591),
JUAN SEDANO, rollo 0277644 (1627-1630),
FRANCISCO DE ORENDAIN, rollo 0277638 (1629)
DIEGO P. DE RIBERA, rollo 0243181 (1637-1643)
HERNANDO ENRIQUEZ DEL CASTILLO, rollo 0243176 (1641-1648)

Have you located this record? Seems like it may fit in the timeline for the Rodrigo Caravajal who married Melchora de los Reyes

Alex

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