TO OUR ROYAL ANCESTRY
( to King Henry I & II of England)
Henry II, Plantagenet 
His illegitimate son
*William Longespee
3rd Earl of Salisbury
His LEGITIMATE daughter
* Ida Longespess
married
* William de Beauchamp
Baron of Bedfordshire
Their daughter
* Elizabeth Beauchamp
married
*Edward de Cameis
of Monmouthshire, Wales.
His parents were

 Stephen De Cameis

 and Verch Adams.

Their grandson

* Meyric ''Meurig''de Kemeys

Formerly de Cameis b.1281

Begansley, St Mellons, Monmouthshire, Wales 

Married

Cristin ferch Dafydd

Their Son:

* Henry de Kemeys

Married

Catrin ferch Llewelwyn,

who's lineage is from

the princely House of Dinefwr and the 

Kingdom of Deheubarth.

Their great great great grandson was

*John Keymess  Newport, Wales

who married an English Lady,

*Lady Reyland Castel,

of Bury St Edmunds

This line connects to

the Henry I lineage 

( to the left)

Their daughter married

*Thomas Houchon Lucas,

Secretary to Jasper Tudor,

Earl of Pembroke and Duke of Bedford.

In 1504 he rose to be Lord Privy Councillor

and Solicitor General to Jasper Tudor's nephew, Henry VIII.

Their descendant  

*Mary Lucas ,c 1700 married

*John Stocking,

Their Daughter

*Mary Stocking b.1739, married

*Thomas Fosbrook,

the Fosbrokes of Shropshire .

His descendant

*Elizabeth Fosbrook ( The Heiress)

married  

*David Lewis,

their daughter

Elizabeth Lewis

married

*Samuel Farmer

son

George Farmer

son

Ernest Edward Farmer

son

Alfred Farmer

son

Alfred Keith Farmer

My father

Here is highlighted the ' '*connectors'

to our royal lineage.

Starting with the royal ancestor and ending with our closed relative with that connection.

HENRI I Bleauric

 

His illegitimate son

 

*Robert Fitzroy 

'De Caen'1st Earl of Gloucester married

*Mable Fitzhamon, ( Maude) de Cruelly

Countess of Gloucester.

Their LEGITIMATE son William's daughter

The Lady Mabel 

( Matilda)Fitzrobert ( Heiress)

married Gruffud ap Ifor Bach, Lord of Senghydd, Glamorganshire, his mother was Nest verch Gruffudd, Princess of North Wales who was in the Welsh Noble family descended from The Dinefwr Dynasty.

This line stayed in Wales until c1460s,

after

*John Keymess ( de Cameis )

Newport, Wales

Descendant of Dinefwr Dynasty.

married an English Lady,

*Lady Reyland Castel, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Their daughter married

*Thomas Houchon Lucas,

Secretary to Jasper Tudor,

Earl of Pembroke and Duke of Bedford.

In 1504 he rose to be Lord Privy Councillor

and Solicitor General to Jasper Tudor's nephew, Henry VIII.

Their descendant  

*Mary Lucas ,c 1700 married

*John Stocking,

Their Daughter

*Mary Stocking b.1739, married

*Thomas Fosbrook,

the Fosbrokes of Shropshire .

His descendant

*Elizabeth Fosbrook ( The Heiress)

married  

*David Lewis,

their daughter 

*Elizabeth Lewis

married

*Samuel Farmer

son

George Farmer

son

Ernest Edward Farmer

son

Alfred Farmer

son

Alfred Keith Farmer

My father

CONNECTOR SURNAMES LINKAGE

HENRY I

Fitzroy

Fitzrobert

Keymess ( Kemeys, de Camies)

Lucas

Stocking

Fosbrook ( Fosbroke)

Farmer

HENRY II

Longespee

Beauchamp

Keymess ( Kemeys, de Camies)

Lucas

Stocking

Fosbrook ( Fosbroke)

Farmer

REFUTING THOSE WHO SEEK TO DENIGRATE YOUR

NOBLE DNA!

 

 Have you ever got tired of hearing the statements;

''that everybody has some blue blood''

or '' that it is very common in today's society''

or '' we are all descendants of Charlemagne'' .
 

This is pure 'theory' perpetuated by

 nationalists & royalists natural enemies

 (leftist media & those with globalism, totalitarian, communism, socialism agenda )

As it is impossible to know that just because your ancestors were around in the time of say,

Henry II ,that they were the legitimate or  illegitimate son of the king or his groom!
But if you can prove your lineage by accurate research, by tracking down who married who, who gave birth to whom, etc . This is how you find out whether you are the descendant of that known king or his groom, this is proof enough.

 

And being a descendant of a royal or a notable person makes it easier to correlate the needed information to prove this, as most of these 'notable persons' lineage can be found on legitimate sites on the internet. 

There are usually what I call 'connectors' in your family line. These are persons in your tree that have the connections to royalty or the noble classes.

For my own lineage, it was a surprise!

As we have been known as trades folk for a few generations.

But I found a 'connector' which was confirmed by another.

This 'connector' unravelled the Royal lineage. and more 'connectors'.

BUT 99% OF ENGLISH PEOPLES ARE DESCENDED FROM ROYALS, right?

Bunkum!

That 'argument' could equally say 99% are descended from his groom!

Here  is just one source ; 

according to Ancestry.com

 and I quote from 1a publication website seeking more memberships through asking if you descend from royalty;
'Do you think your family originated from the top 1 percent? '
1https://blogs.ancestry.com/cm/do-you-come-from-royal-blood-your-last-name-may-tell-you

Note, how long it takes for generations to work themselves up the 'ladder'.

The shear effort, means this takes so much time that not many would be able to do it, thus not many in society achieved the status. It was made easier for the children of kings and nobles , of course and this is why they are rarer than you think. In addition, their descendants having been systematically killed off, delegated to lower ranks and some pushed into poverty, by the selling off or confiscation of assets and titles, makes the descendants of these nobles even rarer today. Many of us, were lost in the middle and working classes, and emigrations, not even knowing our royal roots!

THE CONNECTORS

Thomas Dudley Fosbroke,
Elizabeth Fosbrook's
( The Heiress) uncle
Medieval English Music - Unknown Artist
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ALL CHILDREN

ARE LEGITIMATE

GOING DOWN

THE AGES

ALL CHILDREN

ARE LEGITIMATE

GOING DOWN

THE AGES