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Stephen (reigned 1135-1154), often referred to as Stephen of Blois, was a grandson of William the Conqueror. He was King of England from 1135 to his death, and also the Count of Boulogne in right of his wife. Stephen's reign was marked by the Anarchy, a civil war with his cousin and rival, the Empress Matilda. He was succeeded by Matilda's son, Henry II, the first of the Angevin kings.

He was a grandson of William the Conqueror and his father, Count Stephen- Henry died when King Stephen was at a very young age. Placed into court of his uncle, Henry I, King Stephen was rose in respect and was granted extensive lands.

20th great grandfather, Oluf Ebbesen Glug, af Bavelse (c.1165-1247)- Bavelse sogn

20th great grandfather, Oluf Ebbesen Glug, af Bavelse (c.1165-1247)- Bavelse sogn

King Richard I Cour de Loin (Richard the Lionheart) House of Plantagenet 1189 - 1199

Richard the Lionheart — King of England, leader of the Third Crusade

Portrait of Roger de Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March  1328 - 1360 19th GGUncle

Sir Roger de Mortimer, Earl of March, Baron Mortimer, KG November 1328 – 26 February was an English nobleman and military commander during the Hundred Years' War.

John of Gaunt, Knight of the Order of the Garter - his armor stood 6'9" tall. His wife was Catherine Swynford Princess and Duchess of Lancaster Roet. Catherine's sister Philippa was married to Geoffrey Chaucer (Canterbury Tales)

Henry of Grosmont, Earl of Lancaster (later Duke of Lancaster), the second recipient of the Order, shown wearing his garter robes in an illustration from the 1430 Bruges Garter Book made by William Bruges first Garter King of Arms

19th great grandfather, William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury (c.1301-1344)

William Montagu from the Salisbury Roll, c. He displays the Montagu arms (modern) Argent, three fusils conjoined in fess gules on his breastplate, whilst his maternal arms of de Montfort (Bendy of eight or and are shown on a shield at left.