My 1% or less “South European” may be: Oria (Aurea) Bint Ibn Musa Banu Qasi 831 -900 Pamplona, Navarra, España (Spain) Married Fortún ‘el Monje’ Garcés, rey de Pamplona > Onneca or Íñiga Fortúnez, Princess of Pamplona > Toda Aznárez de Larraún, Reina de Navarra (shown) > Velasquita (Belasquita) Sánchez de Pamplona > Gontroda Núñez > Mayor González (de monzon), Muniz > María Peláez de Cisneros > Fruela Díaz de Cifuentes, Conde en León, Astorga, El Bierzo, Aguilar, Cifuentes y Valdeor > Ramiro Sánchez Froilaz de Cifuentes > Fruela Ramírez de Cifuentes > Diego Ramírez Froilaz (De Cifontes), señor de Mansilla y Rueda > Arias Díaz de Valderabano de Asturias (Cifontes) > María Arias de Henestrosa (de Asturias) > María Fernández de Henestrosa, Señora de Coviellas > María Fernández de Padilla Fernández de Henestrosa (shown) > Isabel Castilla y León, duquesa consorte de York (shown) > Constance of York, Countess of Gloucester > Eleanor Tuchet (Holland) > Constance Whitney (Touchette) > Joan Vaughan (Whitney) > Elizabeth Morgan (Vaughan) > Constance Morgan > Reverend William Jones > Reverend John Jones (1591-1665) died in Fairfield, Connecticut. (Shown) In memory of Revd John Jones AB MA The Revd John Jones was born in Southampton England in 1595 and was a graduate of Queens College Cambridge A Puritan divine of the Church of England he was the first pastor of the First Church of Christ in Fairfield which he faithfully served from 1644 until his death in 1664 “A Valiant Leader of Christ’s Soldiers A Holy Man of God” then a whole line of New Haven, CT for the next couple of centuries until a Rogers moved to New Jersey in the late 19th century, one ending up in Roselle Park, NJ in 1934 (In 147 Avon Street, Roselle Park, New Jersey, A fact that I was completely unaware until a relative I didn’t know existed contacted me five years ago with a whole bunch of pictures and her father, his brother, was a relative I didn’t even have on my chart yet)

My 1% or less “South European” may be:

Oria (Aurea) Bint Ibn Musa Banu Qasi
831 -900
Pamplona, Navarra, España (Spain)
Married
Fortún ‘el Monje’ Garcés, rey de Pamplona
> Onneca or Íñiga Fortúnez, Princess of Pamplona > Toda Aznárez de Larraún, Reina de Navarra (shown) > Velasquita (Belasquita) Sánchez de Pamplona > Gontroda Núñez > Mayor González (de monzon), Muniz > María Peláez de Cisneros > Fruela Díaz de Cifuentes, Conde en León, Astorga, El Bierzo, Aguilar, Cifuentes y Valdeor > Ramiro Sánchez Froilaz de Cifuentes > Fruela Ramírez de Cifuentes > Diego Ramírez Froilaz (De Cifontes), señor de Mansilla y Rueda > Arias Díaz de Valderabano de Asturias (Cifontes) > María Arias de Henestrosa (de Asturias) > María Fernández de Henestrosa, Señora de Coviellas > María Fernández de Padilla Fernández de Henestrosa (shown) > Isabel Castilla y León, duquesa consorte de York (shown) > Constance of York, Countess of Gloucester > Eleanor Tuchet (Holland) > Constance Whitney (Touchette) > Joan Vaughan (Whitney) > Elizabeth Morgan (Vaughan) > Constance Morgan > Reverend William Jones > Reverend John Jones (1591-1665) died in Fairfield, Connecticut. (Shown)

In memory of Revd John Jones AB MA The Revd John Jones was born in Southampton England in 1595 and was a graduate of Queens College Cambridge A Puritan divine of the Church of England he was the first pastor of the First Church of Christ in Fairfield which he faithfully served from 1644 until his death in 1664 “A Valiant Leader of Christ’s Soldiers A Holy Man of God” then a whole line of New Haven, CT for the next couple of centuries until a Rogers moved to New Jersey in the late 19th century, one ending up in Roselle Park, NJ in 1934

(In 147 Avon Street, Roselle Park, New Jersey, A fact that I was completely unaware until a relative I didn’t know existed contacted me five years ago with a whole bunch of pictures and her father, his brother, was a relative I didn’t even have on my chart yet)

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