See this brief commentary, and the pedigree of this fictional line, that continues up the generations, for quite some time. Apparently it tries to build a case on psuedo-conjecture, by using a combination of Biblical and other ancient texts. To understand where the tree is going ... Griswald (2004), explains that:
born c.10BC -------------------- King of the West Franks Clodemir III 19 Born: Bef 0050, Born before 50 A.D. 19 Marriage: Unknown Died: 0063, Died 63 A.D. 19
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On 7 Mar 2015 at 07:41 GMT Rod Carty wrote:
and his mother should be http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Trinovantes-1
On 7 Mar 2015 at 07:29 GMT Rod Carty wrote:
Sicambrian Kings, and Kings of the West franks, from whom the Kings of France are descended in the book Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of the World by Rev. William Betham http://www.archive.org/details/genealogicaltabl00beth
On 7 Mar 2015 at 07:28 GMT Rod Carty wrote:
He is father of Faribert born about 122 and died 186, king of the Franks from his father's death in 166.
His father is Marcomir IV not VI, born about 128 and died in 149. He was king of Franconia from the death of his father in 128.
His mother is Athildus, born before 125, daughter of King Coel/Coilus of Britain
See Table CCCLXXI (371) The kings of the West-Franks, and Dukes of the East-Franks page 612 in Royal Genealogies, Or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes by James Anderson
On 25 Mar 2014 at 05:07 GMT J Pictet wrote:
On 25 Mar 2014 at 04:28 GMT Darrell Parker wrote: