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Rollo The Viking King, ancestor of William I, the Conqueror (according to ancestry.com rollo is my 30th great grandfather, of course I am going to investigate further to make sure that this is TRUE..but it is awesome thinking that it is.. hope so) that's why I'm pinning all these onto my board.. thanks for reading..by amy morton

Rollo Ragnvaldsson, The Dane/ The Viking Duke of Normandy (my earliest know ancestor) b. 846 in Maer, Norway d.

The tomb of King Richard III.Leiciester

The tomb of King Richard III.Leiciester

Robert I "Rollo" of Normany aka: "Rolf The Ganger." Legendary Viking Leader and my 30th (x2), 31st, (x3) 32nd (x4), 33rd, (x3) 34th (x3) 35th (x2) & 36th GGF. The History Channel's mini-series "Vikings" featured him as a main character. (He was the cute brother with the long brown hair & beard)

Robert I "Rollo" of Normandy aka: "Rolf The Ganger." Legendary Viking Leader and my GGF. The History Channel's mini-series "Vikings" featured him as a main character.

A portrait of Marie Antoinette of Austria as an infant by an unknown artist, circa 1755.

A portrait of Marie Antoinette of Austria as an infant by an unknown artist, circa 1755.

Charles Martel (The Hammer) c. 688-741 sarcophagus, Saint Denis Basilique Saint-Denis Departement de Seine-Saint-Denis Ile-de-France, France

The sarcophagus of the legendary Charles Martel. Also known as "The Hammer of God" and "The Saviour of Europe". Grandfather of Charlemagne.

Harold II-the last Anglo Saxon King of England

William the conqueror battles King Harold.William the Conqueror was the first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in Descended from Viking raiders, he had been Duke of Normandy since 1035 under the title of William II.

Emma of Normandy (c. 985 March 1052 in Winchester, Hampshire), was daughter of Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy, by his second wife Gunnora. She was Queen consort of England twice, by successive marriages: first as second wife to Æthelred the Unready of England (1002–16); and then second wife to Cnut the Great of Denmark (1017–35). Two of her sons, one by each husband, and two stepsons, also by each husband, became kings of England, as did her great-nephew, William the Conqueror.

Emma of Normandy - to be called Queen Mother. Mother to 2 kings, step-mother to 2 kings, daughter of a king. Mother of a saint (Saint Edward the Confessor.

Gangu-Hrólfr or Rolf the Ganger Ragnvaldsson, Mœrajarl de Normandie, was founder of the Duchy of Normandy and progenitor of William the Conqueror (not a contemporary statue, 32 ggf)

Gangu-Hrólfr or Rolf the Ganger Ragnvaldsson, Mœrajarl de Normandie, was founder of the Duchy of Normandy and progenitor of William the Conqueror (not a contemporary statue, 32 ggf)

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