Ancestry

Family Tree: Israel to Me

Sarah (Hebrew)

Sarai Sarah “Princess” is your great grand mother.
  1. Isaac ben Abram (2060 – 1880) – Son of Sarai Sarah “Princess”
  2. Jacob Israel ben Isaac a.k.a. Kronos (1980 – 1833) – Son of Isaac ben
  3. Judah Judea Tamur King of Goshen Israelite Tribe of Judah, a.k.a. Zeus “Zhe-ut” Yehud (1752 – ) – Son of Jacob Israel ben
  4. Zerah ben Judah (1738 – 1638) – Son of Judah Judea Tamur
  5. Darda Dardanus Dara, “The Egyptian” King of Arcadia Founder of Troy, 1520 B.C. (1320 – 1414) – Son of Zerah ben
  6. Erichthonius King of Dardania (1374 – 1368) – Son of Darda Dardanus Dara, “The Egyptian”
  7. Tros of Acadia King of Dardania (1344 – 1328) – Son of Erichthonius
  8. Ilus Ilos King of Troy (1315 – 1279) – Son of Tros of Acadia
  9. Laomedan Laomedon King of Troy (1285 – 1235) – Son of Ilus Ilos
  10. Priam Podarces I King of Troy High King of Troy (1250 – 1183) – Son of Laomedan Laomedon
  11. Helenus I of Troy King of Epirus King of the Scythians (1225 – 1149) – Son of Priam Podarces I
  12. Zenter Cestrinus King of Troy Genger of the Scythians (1195 – 1149) – Son of Helenus I of Troy King of Epirus King of the
  13. Francus King of Troy Franco of the Scythians (1165 – ) – Son of Zenter Cestrinus
  14. Esdron King of Troy (1135 – ) – Son of FRANCUS
  15. Gelio Zelius Gelso Zelis King of Troy (1105 – ) – Son of ESDRON
  16. Bosabiliano Basebelian Basavelian I King of Troy (1075 – ) – Son of Gelio Zelius Gelso Zelis
  17. Plaserio Plaserius I King of Troy (1045 – ) – Son of Bosabiliano Basebelian Basavelian I
  18. Plesron I King of Troy (1015 – ) – Son of Plaserio Plaserius I
  19. Eliacor King of Troy (1085 – ) – Son of PLESRON I
  20. Zaberian King of Troy (1055 – ) – Son of ELIACOR
  21. Plaserius II King of Troy (1025 – ) – Son of ZABERIAN
  22. Antenor I King of Troy (995 – ) – Son of PLASERIUS II
  23. Priam King of Troy II (965 – ) – Son of ANTENOR I
  24. Helenus II King of Troy (935 – ) – Son of Priam King of
  25. Plesron II King of Troy (905 – ) – Son of Helenus II King of
  26. Basabelian II King of Troy (875 – ) – Son of PLESRON II
  27. Alexander Alexandre King of Troy (845 – 677) – Son of BASABELIAN II
  28. Priam King of the Cimmerians III (815 – ) – Son of Alexander Alexandre
  29. Gentilanor King of the Cimmerians (785 – ) – Son of Priam King of the
  30. Almadius King of the Cimmerians (755 – ) – Son of GENTILANOR
  31. Dilulius King of the Cimmerians (725 – ) – Son of ALMADIUS
  32. Helenus III King of the Cimmerians (695 – ) – Son of DILULIUS
  33. Plaserius III Plaserio King of the Cimmerians (665 – ) – Son of Helenus III King of the
  34. Dilulius Diluglio II King of Trojan of the Cimmerians (635 – 560) – Son of Plaserius III Plaserio
  35. Marcomir I King of the Cimmerians (615 – 562) – Son of Dilulius Diluglio II
  36. Priam IV King of the Cimmerians (585 – 540) – Son of Marcomir I
  37. Helenus IV King of the Cimmerians (555 – 442) – Son of Priam IV
  38. Antenor I Exium King of the Cimmerians (525 – 443) – Son of Helenus IV King of the
  39. Marcomer I King of the Cimmerians (440 – 412) – Son of Antenor I Exium
  40. Antenor II King of the Cimmerian (465 – 385) – Son of Marcomer I
  41. Priamus King of the Sicambri (417 – 358) – Son of Antenor II
  42. Helenus V of the Trojan Cimmerians Sicambri ( – 339) – Son of Priamus
  43. Diocles Lord of the Sicambri ( – 300) – Son of Helenus V of the Trojan Cimmerians
  44. Bassanus “the Great” King of the Sicambri ( – 250) – Son of Diocles
  45. Clodomir I Lord of the Sicambri ( – 232) – Son of Bassanus “the Great”
  46. Nicanor Lord of the Sicambri ( – 198) – Son of Clodomir I
  47. Marcomer II Lord of the Sicambri ( – 170) – Son of Nicanor
  48. Clodius I Lord of the Sicambri ( – 159) – Son of Marcomer II
  49. Antenor III Lord of the Sicambri ( – 143) – Son of Clodius I
  50. Clodomir II Lord of the Sicambri ( – 123) – Son of Antenor III
  51. Merovachus Lord of the Sicambri ( – 95) – Son of Clodomir II
  52. Cassander Lord of the Sicambri ( – 74) – Son of Merovachus
  53. Antharius Lord of the Sicambri ( – 39) – Son of Cassander
  54. Francus (or Francio) Lord of the Sicambri – Son of Antharius
  55. Clodius Clogio II King of the Franks Son of Francus (or Francio)
  56. Marcomer III King of the Franks ( – 50) – Son of Clodius Clogio II
  57. Clodomir III King of the Franks ( – 63) – Son of Marcomer III
  58. Antenor III King of the Franks ( – 69) – Son of Clodomir III
  59. Ratherius King of the Franks ( – 90) – Son of Antenor III
  60. Richemir I King of the Franks (40 – 114) – Son of Ratherius
  61. Odomir King of the Franks (70 – 128) – Son of Richemir I
  62. King Marcomir of the Franks (90 – 149) – Son of Odomir
  63. King Clodomir IV of the Franks (104 – 180) – Son of King Marcomir
  64. King Farabert of the Franks ( – 186) – Son of King Clodomir IV of the
  65. King Sunno of the Franks ( – 213) – Son of King Farabert
  66. King Hilderic ( – 253) – Son of King Sunno
  67. King Bartherus ( – 272) – Son of King Hilderic
  68. King Clodius III ( – 298) – Son of King Bartherus
  69. King Walter (306 – ) – Son of King Clodius III
  70. King Dagobert ( – 317) – Son of King Walter
  71. King Clodomir V ( – 337) – Son of King Dagobert
  72. King Richemir II (270 – 350) – Son of King Clodomir V
  73. King Theodomir (295 – 360) – Son of King Richemir II
  74. King Clodius IV (310 – 378) – Son of King Theodomir
  75. King Dagobert (325 – 389) – Son of King Clodius IV
  76. King Genebald (350 – 419) – Son of King Dagobert
  77. Argotta Rosamunde Princess of Scambri Queen of Salic Franks (376 – ) – Daughter of King Genebald
  78. Clodion V Le Chevelu France – Son of Argotta Rosamunde Princess of
  79. Merovaeus Merovech I Merovingian King of the Salian Franks (415 – 457) – Son of Clodion V Le Chevelu
  80. Childeric I Franks King of Franks, Founder of Merovingian Dynasty (440 – 481) – Son of Merovaeus Merovech I
  81. Clovis I France King of the Franks (465 – 511) – Son of Childeric I
  82. Clotaire Choltar Charles I “The Old” Merovingian King of the Franks (499 – 561) – Son of Clovis I
  83. Blithildis Berthe Aldeberge Meroving Princess of Merovian Franks (541 – 580) – Daughter of Clotaire Choltar Charles I “The Old”
  84. Arnoaldus XXVII Descheldt Bodegeisel Metz Bishop (560 – 611) – Son of Blithildis Berthe Aldeberge
  85. Lady Dode Of Saxony Clothilde de Heristal (586 – 615) – Daughter of Arnoaldus XXVII Descheldt Bodegeisel
  86. Ansiglsel de Metz Margrave of Scheldt (602 – 679) – Son of Lady Dode Of Saxony Clothilde de
  87. Pepin II “The Fat” DeHeristal Mayor of the Palaces of Austrasia (635 – 714) – Son of Ansiglsel de
  88. Charles “The Hammer” Martel King of the Franks (676 – 741) – Son of Pepin II “The Fat”
  89. Pepin III “the Short” “the Younger” King of the Franks Mayor of the Palace, Duke of the Franks (714 – 768) – Son of Charles “The Hammer”
  90. Emperor Charlemagne Carolingian Holy Roman Empire King of the Franks (742 – 814) – Son of Pepin III “the Short” “the Younger”
  91. Louis I “The Pious” Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire King of the Franks (778 – 840) – Son of Emperor Charlemagne Carolingian
  92. Charles II “The Bald” Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire King of the Franks (823 – 877) – Son of Louis I “The Pious” Emperor of the
  93. King Louis II “The Stammerer” France King of Aquitaine and King of West Francia (846 – 879) – Son of Charles II “The Bald” Emperor of the
  94. King Charles “The Simple” of France III, Carolingian (879 – 929) – Son of King Louis II “The Stammerer”
  95. King Louis “d’Outremer” of France IV (920 – 954) – Son of King Charles “The Simple” of
  96. Matilda DeFrance Queen of Burgundy (943 – 992) – Daughter of King Louis “d’Outremer” of
  97. Bertha de Burgundy (967 – 1015) – Daughter of Matilda
  98. Odo II Count De Blois (990 – 1037) – Son of Bertha
  99. Stephen II Etienne de Troyes (1010 – 1047) – Son of Odo II Count
  100. Eudes II Odo IV Count of Troyes and Meaux (1040 – 1115) – Son of Stephen II Etienne
  101. Stephen Blois Champagne Holderness d’Aumale (1070 – 1127) – Son of Eudes II Odo IV Count of Troyes and
  102. Ada d’Aumale (1115 – 1183) – Daughter of Stephen Blois Champagne Holderness
  103. Walter IV Tyrrell Sir Knight (1139 – 1171) – Son of Ada
  104. Walter Thomas Tyrrell (1384 – 1406) – Son of Walter IV
  105. Walter Tyrrell (1350 – ) – Son of Walter Thomas
  106. John Tyrrell Sir (1382 – 1437) – Son of Walter
  107. William Tyrrell Esq. of Gipping in Suffolk, Sir, Sheriff of Norfolk & Suffolk (1418 – 1471) – Son of John
  108. Dorothy Tyrrell (1459 – 1491) – Daughter of William
  109. Margaret Boteler (1490 – 1520) – Daughter of Dorothy
  110. Elizabeth Harmon Payne (1510 – 1585) – Daughter of Margaret
  111. Dorothy Margerie Leonard (1527 – 1611) – Daughter of Elizabeth Harmon
  112. Robert Calvert (1557 – 1645) – Son of Dorothy Margerie
  113. Anne Marie Calvert (1603 – 1646) – Daughter of Robert
  114. Thomas Beall (1631 – 1707) – Son of Anne Marie
  115. Elizabeth Beall (1660 – 1764) – Daughter of Thomas
  116. Elizabeth Dryden (1720 – 1770) – Daughter of Elizabeth
  117. Elijah Moore (1753 – 1835) – Son of Elizabeth
  118. Christiana Moore (1786 – 1866) – Daughter of Elijah
  119. Anna Carter (1805 – 1838) – Daughter of Christiana
  120. Robert Niblick (1824 – ) – Son of Anna
  121. George Willick Niblick (1860 – 1949) – Son of Robert
  122. Rufus Clarence Niblick (1899 – 1962) – Son of George Willick
  123. Roger Dale Niblick (1928 – 2011) – Son of Rufus Clarence
  124. Matthew Raymond Niblick (1958 – 1983) – Son of Roger Dale
  125. Angela Marie Niblick Baxley – You are the daughter of Matthew Raymund Morris Michael Niblick.

Ancestry from Charlemagne to Abraham

Some have 61 generations. The Gospel of Matthew states there are 42 generations between Jesus of Nazareth and Abraham, and Marcomir III (10BC-50AD), thirty generations from Charlemagne, would have roughly been Jesus’ contemporary.  Thus there would theoretically be about 72 generations between Charlemagne and Abraham.  The Springer genealogy inserts 24 Cimmerian kings in between the Sicambri kings and the Trojans for a count of about 85 generations.

The dates don’t line up between Zerah and the Trojans, but in the bible the Hebrew word for “became the father of” does not necessarily mean only that, but often means “became an ancestor of”…the equivalent of our English word “descendant”.  It’s quite possible that the Mergovian royalty discovered that the Trojans ultimately came from the line of Judah, despite missing information about all the intermediate generations.

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