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William de Lanvallay

Ancestry of
William de Lanvallay

Magna Carta Surety


The family tree for William de Lanvallay is still in progress.

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Some of the most recently added connections of famous kin for William de Lanvallay

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

1st cousin 20 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

10th cousin 10 times removed
via Gerberga of Saxony

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

9th cousin 11 times removed
via Hugh Capet

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

8th cousin 12 times removed
via Richard I of Normandy

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

9th cousin 10 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

1st cousin 19 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Samuel Appleton

(c1586 - 1670)
Great Migration Immigrant 1636

10th cousin 10 times removed
via Gerberga of Saxony

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Samuel Appleton

(c1586 - 1670)
Great Migration Immigrant 1636

9th cousin 11 times removed
via Hugh Capet

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Samuel Appleton

(c1586 - 1670)
Great Migration Immigrant 1636

8th cousin 12 times removed
via Richard I of Normandy

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Samuel Appleton

(c1586 - 1670)
Great Migration Immigrant 1636

9th cousin 10 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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Francis Godfrey

(unk - c1669)
Great Migration Immigrant 1638

1st cousin 19 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Percival Lowell

(c1570 - c1666)
Great Migration Immigrant 1639

1st cousin 14 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Thomas Lawrence

(c1619/20 - c1703)
Planter passenger 1635

5th cousin 11 times removed
via Richard Fitzgilbert

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Thomas Lawrence

(c1619/20 - c1703)
Planter passenger 1635

9th cousin 12 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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Thomas Trowbridge

(c1600 - 1672/3)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

1st cousin 14 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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William Lawrence

(c1622 - 1679/80)
Planter passenger 1635

5th cousin 11 times removed
via Richard Fitzgilbert

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William Lawrence

(c1622 - 1679/80)
Planter passenger 1635

9th cousin 12 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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John Lawrence

(c1618 - 1698/9)
Planter passenger 1635

5th cousin 11 times removed
via Richard Fitzgilbert

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John Lawrence

(c1618 - 1698/9)
Planter passenger 1635

9th cousin 12 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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Mary Lawrence

(c1625 - 1715)
Planter passenger 1635

5th cousin 11 times removed
via Richard Fitzgilbert

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Mary Lawrence

(c1625 - 1715)
Planter passenger 1635

9th cousin 12 times removed
via Rainier III of Hainault

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John Torrey

Co-founder, NY Academy of Science

1st cousin 20 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Frederick Law Olmsted

Landscape Architect

3rd cousin 17 times removed
via Aubrey de Vere

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Henry Hastings Sibley

1st Governor of Minnesota

1st cousin 20 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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Charles V

Holy Roman Emperor

1st cousin 11 times removed
via Maud de Mandeville

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