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Lineage Overview

All of the information listed below is to be considered out-of-character unless you have the proper amount of Ventrue Lore to know about the details and secrets exposed by and in the chart below.

  1. Selecting a Lineage starts at character creation, and we highly suggest talking with other Ventrue players (on the Scepter-OOC Google Group, for example) about Lineage tie-ins that you could take advantage of either before, or soon after you create your character.
  2. Feel free to read the general stereotypes of each Lineage line and each character along the way, but do not feel that you must choose one that fits every aspect of your character. The stereotypes are there to help guide you toward a Lineage that may include characters who share your interests and style in the hope that you will better get along with them in the future.
  3. When you have chosen a Line you wish to be part of, if there is a character listed who would serve as a suitable Sire, great! You are done. Otherwise, you will have to generate enough NPCs between the highest-generation Lineage-member listed, and your character.
    • Please note that many of the listings display at least the 4th-7th Generation Ventrue for each line. The Coord Office requests that you use the characters displayed in these lists to prevent "bloat" (how many Methuselahs are there, reasonably?). Creating 4th or 5th Generation NPCs is strictly Coordinator-Approval. Creating 6th Gen NPCs is also at the discretion of the Ventrue Coord.
    • If you would have decided on a line, but would like to see if there are other NPC members of that line (those with Generations higher than 7th) please feel free to send the Ventrue Coord an e-mail. We cannot, however, release the names of PCs from any Lineage unless you have the expressed permission of that PCs player.
  4. If you would like to use a canon White Wolf NPC as a Sire, please check with the Ventrue Coord prior to doing so. These NPCs will likely require the Approval of the Ventrue Coord, which is easy to get, so that they can be registered with the OWbN Archivist.
  5. When creating members of your lineage, be sure to include Embrace & Death dates for EVERY Ventrue in that Lineage. Also, double-check the Embrace and Death dates to ensure you do not have someone getting embraced in 1492 but their Sire was embraced in 1678!
  6. If you enjoy creating very detailed notes, write-ups, or other information on each of the members of the Lineage you create, great! Send it along; we welcome all submissions which enrich the history of clan Ventrue.
  7. Once you have all of the above information ready, send it to the Ventrue Coord and make sure your Storyteller(s) are copied on the email. The Ventrue Coord will check it for your, and then enter it for record-keeping. You will then receive an invite to the appropriate in-character lists.

Legend Information

  • [####] Denotes Embrace Date
  • {####} Notes Date of Final Death
  • (XX) Denotes Generation
  • (†) Indicates Sect membership in the Sabbat or Anarchs
  • (‡) Indicates Sect membership unknown, or a group such as the Inconnu
  • (¢) Indicates the character is NOT a canon White Wolf NPC

For more information on any Lineages, please contact: ventruecoords@googlegroups.com

Aken Hoten (4) [1050 BC] ¢

Male. Possibly Egyptian since he was also the husband of Nefertiti. It is rumored that Aken Hoten speaks directly to his sire. Some claim that he resided in Enoch, and was rumored to have been capable of Psychic Projecting into the tomb of Enoch.

Some members of this line (such as Helena of Athens, W. Nathaniel van Hooves, Miguel de Aguerrila, and Arjan Voorhies) have been observed to have calming effect on others, or an expert aptitude for inspiring the emotion of choice in their subjects. Confident to the point that they do not seek confirmation of their achievements, these Lineage-members seem to prefer balance and order over personal victory. Due to their ability to naturally influence others, some claim these Lineage-members are duplicitous, two-faced, or obtuse.

  • Helena of Athens (5) [633 BC] ¢
    • Sarah of Cyrene (6) [25] ¢
      • Anguselus of Scotland (7) [855] ¢
      • Horatio Vallengard (7) [1167] {2002} ¢
      • M. Sabine Rothschilde (7) [1282] ¢
    • Dom Miguel de Aguerrila (6) [804 AD] ¢
      • Dom Sebastião de Avis (7) [1322 AD] ¢
    • Nathanael van Hooves (6) [~350 BC] ¢
    • Willhem Nathaniel van Hooves (6) [~1600 AD] ¢
    • Johannes Castelein (6) [Before 1500 AD]
      • Arjan Voorhies (7) [~1700 AD]
        • Therése Maurier (8) [?]
          • João Bilé, the Man Behind the Curtain (9) [1911 AD]
            • Margarida Cordeiro, the Outcast (10/9) [1993 AD]
            • Michael Brandeis (10) [1989 AD]
            • Robin Withers (10) [1976 AD]

Alexander (4) [382 BC] {1231 AD}

Male. Prince of Paris for many centuries. Created the Grand Court just after the fall of Rome with several Toreador Elders where he ruled utilizing fear and justice. As time went on, his rule became tyrannical and his obsession and jealousy ran rampant. Earned a reputation of destroying the things that he loved the most. Ousted and exiled by the Courts of Love and by his childe, Geoffri du Temple in 1222 AD, Alexander relocated to Madgeburg, Lord Jurgen’s domain, participating in action against the Ferals of Livonia in order to win favor and allies while plotting his revenge. Diablerized in 1231 AD by the Gangrel Warlord Qarakh.

Some members of this line (such as Lady Justania, Gaius Marcellus, Geoffroi du Temple, and Gilbert d’Harfleur) have been observed to conduct themselves with poise and grace. Competent public-speakers and sometimes socialites, these individuals achieved some degree of fame for their skill at speech-craft. When put in stressful situations, however, those same individuals have been said to be prone emotional outbursts or behavior, leading others to consider them arrogant or immature.

  • Demetrius (5) [213 BC]
    • Lady Jadviga Almanov of Bohemia (6) [1223 AD] {?}
      • Rosalind Farrell (7) [After 1223 AD]
    • Lady Justania (6) [1087 AD]
    • Rhiothamus (6) [476 AD] ¢
      • Charlemagne (7) [814 AD]
      • Jean-Paul Florent I (7) [?] ¢
        • Heather Florent, the Opportunist (8) [?]



  • Gaius Marcellus (5) [146 BC]
    • Casius Denebrus (6) [461] ¢
    • Doran (6) [1471] {1955}
      • Nakova, Advocate of Golconda (7) [?]
      • Ranjan Rishi, Camarilla Scholar (7) [?]



  • Renaud (5) [?] {?} (See France by Night)
    • D'Harcourt (6) [?] (See France by Night)
      • Quentin (7) [?] (See France by Night)

Antonius (aka. Antonius, the Gaul/Marcus Antonius/Marc Antony) (4) [44 BC] {796}

Male. Also known as Antonius the Gaul. Around 58 AD, Beshter and Antonius become lovers in Rome. Around 312 AD, the three Methuselahs Michael, Antonius and the Dracon become a Vampiric Triumvirate that rules Constantinople for several centuries. Killed by his children, Septima and Caius in 796 AD.

Some of the most famous or successful Ventrue claim membership in this Lineage (including Hardestadt, Jurgen, and Robert Kross). To these legendary Ventrue, statecraft and strategy seemed to come naturally, and these members of this Lineage were very dedicated to gaining personal lasting prestige and glory for themselves, and their line. While focusing on this goal, some might claim that these members are prone or naive to the jealousy of others (including fellow clan-mates) and are often described as overly prideful.

  • Caius (5) [329] {1204}
    • Epirus (6) [604] {1185}
      • Lord Ashton (7) [1624 AD]{1924 AD}
        • Sheridan Foster, Chairman of the House of Lords (8) [1769 AD]
          • Hussein Al-Husseini, the Facilitator (9) [1921 AD]


  • Hardestadt, the Elder (5) [947] {~1395}
    • Lord Jurgen von Verden, the Sword-Bearer (6) [989] {1271}
      • Baron Heinrich von Achern (7) [1090 AD]{1225 AD}
      • Favst (7) [After 989 AD] {Dead}
      • Hans Juergen (7) [1268] ¢
      • Václav (7) [After 989 AD] {Dead}
    • Heinz Eulau (6) [1271] ¢
    • Hardestadt, the Younger (6/5) [1191 AD]
      • Jan Pieterzoon (7) [1723 AD]
      • Mortescu (6) [1344] ¢
        • Cyril Ximenes (7/6) [1520] ¢
          • Bruce Carter (7) [1894] ¢
          • Todd Eiken (7) [1758] ¢
    • Democritus (6) [1295]
    • Rosenkrantz, the Elder (6) [?]
      • Rosenkrantz, the Younger (7) [?]


  • Belisarius (5) [566 AD]
    • Helena the Armenian (6) [1081 AD]
    • Charles the Wise / Charles le Sage (6) [980 AD] {?} (See France by Night)
      • De Vandreuil (7) [Early 1600s] (See France by Night)
        • Catherine de Vandreuil [After 1600s] (See France by Night)
      • Hugh, Baron of Exeter (7) [?]
      • Skithos (7) [1156]
      • Robert Kross (7) [1302 AD]


  • Septima Dominica (5) [566 AD] {1001 AD}
    • Nicepherus, Caesar Magister (6) [604 AD] ‡
    • Mario Amorelli de Angelis (6) [730] ¢
      • Theodore Kent (7) [1750] ¢
    • Ducas (6) [836 AD]
      • Anna Comnena, Prince in Waiting (7) [1153 AD]
        • Irene Stellas, Domestic Prefect (8) [1169 AD]

Arakur of Ur (4) [~3000 BC] {3000 BC}

Male. Was a greatly respected and feared priest with many wives in the prehistoric city or Ur – a coastal city near the mouth of the Euphrates on the Persian Gulf. Took a young witch as his bride and eventually embraced her – Tiamat (female). When Ur was sieged by the powerful warlord Urlon, Tiamat struck a deal with the demon Drakonskyr and killed Arakur, Urlon, Urlon’s army, and many residents of the city of Ur. The Babylonians worshipped Tiamat as a goddess. Tiamat has a reputation among the undead as a terrible creature capable of anything. Involved with many war-like cultures including the Assyrians, the Persians, and the Greeks. She migrated to Italy in 220 BC and lived in the Rome area for several hundred years, disappearing after 476 AD.

Several members of this line have achieved fame solely based on their displays of immense personal power (such as Tiamat, Gotsdam, and Madame Hoteph). These members seem to prefer dealing with things directly rather than delegating tasks to others. Sometimes considered cruel, corrupt, or inhumane by others, these same individuals are sometimes regarded as tragic figures, quickly overcome by bad situations, or a string of bad decisions.

  • Tiamat (5/4) [3028 BC]
    • Gotsdam, the Tired Warrior (5) [87 AD]
      • Dylan Bruce (6) [1944 AD] †
      • Olyan (6) [332] ¢
        • Samantha (7) [891] ¢
    • Ishrafel (5) [2052 BC] ¢
      • Malachi Faruq (6) [32] ¢
        • Alexander Shabe (7) [205] ¢
        • Nigel Stillmante (7) [843] ¢
      • Madame Hoteph/Amon Ho-tepe (6) [1727 BC]
        • Catherine Hawthorne (7) ¢

Artemis Orthia (4) [2039 BC]

Female. Settled in an area of Greece called the Peloponnesus and took on the persona of Sparta’s patron goddess. United Vampires of many clans to fight against the Brujah of Carthage. Led the first wave in the assault on Carthage, and died in the fight.

Like the line of Tinia, members of this Lineage (such as Lysander) have also forged reputations as master politicians, but do not necessarily seek fame or glory, preferring instead to quietly build a legacy and reputation which will outlast all others. Members of this line are skilled negotiators and can put aside personal differences between others by building relationships on common interests. These members would rather die before sullying their personal reputations, or the legacies of their predecessors.

  • Lysander (5) [429 BC]
    • Cassius of Lysander (6) [146 BC] ¢
      • Sebastian de Artemi (7) [26] {1790} ¢
      • Rodrick Malcomn of Lysander (7) [290] ¢
    • Dimitri Tchmill (6) [?]
    • Gnaeus (6) [300 BC]
      • Junius (7) [149 BC]
      • James Foxton (7) [624] {1844} ¢
      • Marie-Elise d'Renard (7) [1100] ¢



Erik Eigermann (4) [400] {1137* Torpor}

Male. He disappeared in 1140, killed by the demon-hunter from Vienna, Karl Schrekt. He is in torpor under Berlin.

Regarded as commanding, stoic, or strict, some members of this line (such as Fabrizio Ulfia and Gustav Breidenstein) appear at first glance to be all-business. These members, especially Gustav Breidenstein and some of his childer have been prone to ruling methods which favor oppression and brutal punishment. They favor straight and clear language rather than the verbal sparring practiced by some. Despite this, the bonds between members of the family-lines are many times, quite strong and cooperation is mostly expected between members. These members could be considered to be crude or unrefined, or sometimes domineering.


  • Ilse Reinegger (5) [745 AD] {1312 AD}
    • Gustav Breidenstein, the Iron Fist (6/5) [1220 AD]{~1998 AD}
      • Wilhelm Waldburg (6) [1432 AD]
        • Henriette (7) [1549]
        • Ludwig Griswold (7) [1562] {1966} ¢
        • Gautier Etienne (7) [1637] {1885} ¢
        • Jugen Von Hanszieger (7) [1739] {1864} ¢
      • Katarina Kornfeld, the Sentinel of the East (6) [1507 AD]
        • Lord Aleaxander Drusseau (7) ¢
        • Jean-Claude Baptiste (7) ¢
      • Friedrich von Köln (6) [Between 1601 and 1700 AD]
      • Peter Kleist, the Protector (6) [1757 AD]
      • Friedrich von Koln (6) [~1600 AD]

Gomerland (4) [550 BC] ¢

Over time, many Ventrue of this line (such as the Arpad Ventrue, Rudolf Brandl, Vincel Rikard) have come to be regarded as creatures of extremes, meaning that these members were either universally beloved and respected, or universally reviled. Though sometimes prone to infighting or jealousy, some of these members crave power, first. The scope of that power is, of course, dependent on a member’s individual outlook.

  • Heinrich of Volstag (5) [170 AD]
    • Regulus (6) [320 AD][Dead]
    • Gregor (6) [796 AD]
      • Baron Hredel (7) [852]
        • Rudolf Brandl, Prince of Prague (8) [899 AD] {1930s}
      • Nova Arpad (7) [1050]
        • Gustavus (8) [1806 AD]
    • Bulscu Arpad, Sybaritic Mastermind (6) [955 AD]
      • Zombar Arpad (7) [1052] {~1400}
      • Geza Arpad (7) [992] {~1400}
      • Vencel Rikard (7) [1013 AD]
      • Heinrich Stuttgart (7) [1082] ¢


  • Tavarez & Lopez (5) [684] ¢
    • Dom Francisco de Alcântara (6) [1045] {2001} ¢
      • Dom Pero de Alcântara & Évora (7) [1250] ¢
      • Dom Charles de Alcântara & Lyra (7) [?] ¢
      • Antônio Homem de Melo, "Anthony Gardel" (7) [?] ¢
      • Jacob (7) [1215] {1640} ¢
      • Antônio Diogo Alencar (7) [1530] {2001} ¢
      • Hercílio Alvarez Salazar (7) [1530] {2002} ¢

Medon (4) [~1001 BC]

Male. Set himself as a god-king on an isle in the Aegean, but was left by Kine to burn in the sunlight. Greece/Turkish.

Some members of this Lineage (such as Gaius Fabricus and Medon) would go to any length to pursue their goal. Passionate about their beliefs, these members have a confidence that others cannot deny, but outsiders might describe this as overconfidence. These members have been known to have a tendency of dealing with their own matters and concerns before addressing the matters of others.

  • Arika (5) [?]
    • Baylor (6) [?]
      • Eleanor Hodge (7) [1864 AD] {~1998 AD}
        • Benjamin Brown (8) [1964 AD]
        • Jessica Morrow, Cashmere (8) [After 1864 AD] (See Berlin by Night)
    • Antonio Cardona (6) [?]
      • Mustafa, the Heir (7) [?]


  • Gaius Fabricius (5) [278 BC]
    • Mary Anne Blaire (6) [?]{1724 AD}
      • Anya Krylova (7) [1549 AD] {~1917 AD}
        • Nikolai (8) [1706 AD] (Sometimes misspelled as Nickolai)
    • Lord Justinian (6) [122 BC] ¢
      • Valderos (7) [934] ¢
    • Bartholomeus (6) [48 BC] ¢
      • Eilowny Sutherland (7) [438] ¢
      • Ows ap Gwain (aka. Gawain) (7) [528 AD]


    • Severus (5) [Between 220 BC and 476 AD]
      • Lucinde (6) [1656 AD] (Note: Lucinde has no childer)

Nefer-meri-Isis (4) [2600 BC] ‡

Female. Possibly Egyptian. Inconnu Monitor of the Setites. Considered to be somewhat overzealous by her fellow clan-mates.

Some members of this Lineage (such as Rebekah, Godefroy, and Dominique) have proven that they are capable of making difficult decisions and succeeding where others fail or lack the will to try. These members tend to be very social individuals, enjoying the opportunity to “work a crowd.” These same members could be considered polarizing, or even vain, because of their behavior or their opinions - which they share freely. These members could easily consume themselves with the affairs of others leaving little time for planning for the future, leading some to expect shortsightedness from members of this line.

  • Alexander Vargos (5) [20]
    • Godefroy (6) [220 AD]
      • Titus, aka. Titus Camille (7) [~400 AD]
        • De Sade (8/7/6) [Between 1760 AD and 1804 AD] †
          • Charice Fontaigne (sometimes Clarice Fontaigne) (8) [1804 AD] †
            • Louis de Maisonneuve (9) [?] †
              • Neighbor John (10) [?] †
          • Angel Shaunessy (7/6) [After 1863 AD] †
            • Joseph O’Grady, Ductus of El Calpulli Rojo (7) [1949 AD] †
        • Dominique (8) [~1200 AD] †
          • Laszlo Mirac (9/8) [?] †
            • Burn (9) [1998 AD] †
            • Kestrelle Hayes (9) [?] †
              • Billy (10) [?] †
              • Gerard (10) [?] †
            • Marlene, The Infernalist (9) [?] †
            • Peter Blaine (10) [?] †
          • Lazverinus, Thrall of Lambach (9/7/6) [?] †
            • Gustav Mallenhous (7) [?] †
              • Konrad Fleischer (7/6) [?] †
                • Blackhorse Tanner (7) [?] †
                • Bruce de Guy (7) [?] †
                • Jesse Menks (7) [?] †
                • Polly Kay Fisher (7) [?] †
          • Quentin (9/8) [?] † (Not the same as France by Night)
            • Jazz Murphy (9) [?] †
            • Jefferson Foster (9) [?] †
              • Jephta Hester (10) [?] †
            • Salondra (9) [?] †
              • Randel, the Coward (10) [1935 AD] † (Anarch)
        • Night Star (8) [?] †
          • Louis Fortier (9) [1754 AD] † (Anarch)
            • Catherine du Bois (10) [1910 AD] †
            • Elena Gutierres (10) [1975 AD] †
          • Thomas Albee (9) [Before 1860 AD] †
            • Boss Callihan (10) [1860 AD] †
              • Douglas Callihan (11) [After 1860 AD] †


  • Elihu aka. Elias Andronicus (5) [~750 BC]
    • Rebekah, Monitor of Chicago (6/5) [12 AD]
    • Stalest Coursain (6) [552 BC]
      • Guillaume de Tulede (7) [1100] ¢
      • Catherine von Hawthorne (7) [1443] ¢

Tinia (4) [1400 BC]

Female. Italy and eventually Rome. One of 13 vampires legend tells controlled the Etruscans, conquering and settling the Italian peninsula with them in the 8th Century BC. May have died in Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). Tinia was the male god of the sky and the highest god in Etruscan mythology, equivalent to the Roman Jupiter and the Greek Zeus.

Several members of this Lineage (such as Collat, Julia Antasia, and Camilla) have forged reputations as master politicians, and revel in the fame and accolades that they achieve. Some of these members are generally credited with the vast successes achieved in Rome and have been generally hailed as visionaries who are especially effective in the field of politics, but some might describe them as manipulative.

  • Collat (5) [~700 BC] {~275 BC}
    • Camilla (6/5) [Between 400 BC and 301 BC] {Disappeared ~64 AD}
      • Magnus (6/5) [Before 43 BC] (See France by Night)
      • Ambrose Deacon (7) [70 BC] ¢
    • Lyle (6) [342 BC]



Veddartha (4) [~3000 BC] ‡

Male. British Isles and Europe. Veddartha is probably still around, since in ToTB there's a letter from some 5th generation Inconnu where he also voices the opinion of Veddartha on the subject of the "thin-blooded"

Shrouded in mystery, and powerful - both personally and politically - many members of this line (such as Anushin-Rawan, Anne Bowesley, and Cret) have proven themselves as extremely dedicated to the efforts of the cause in which they believe. Though these individuals are known to be very diplomatic in their approach to dealing with others, many members tend to keep to themselves. This often leads others to view these members of this line with suspicion, believing them to keep secrets.

  • Balthazar (5) [1425 BC]
    • Ea Adapa (6) [459 BC]
    • Anushin-Rawan (6) [327 BC]
      • Darshon Wallace (7) [1681] {1984} ¢
    • Jeanne Boutell (6) [1548] ¢
      • Philip Ziegelmeyer (7) [1811] {1998} ¢
    • Georgia Rowlands (6) [1609 AD]
      • Upton Rowlands (7) [1826]


  • Maltheas, Monitor of the Inconnu aka. Malthias (5) [554 AD] ‡
    • Datura (6) [Between 554 AD & 832 AD]
      • Adrian Lecourdot (7) ¢
      • Lodin, aka. Olaf Holte (7) [?] {1993 AD}
        • Alphonse Capone (8) [1941 AD]
          • Frank Gaughan (9) [1952 AD] {1993}
          • Pham Hong (aka. Chuc Luc) (9) [1978 AD] {1993}
        • Bobby Weatherbottom, the Hurricane (8) [1984 AD]
        • Brennon Thornhill (8) [1985 AD] {1993 AD}
        • Edgar Drummond (8) [1865 AD] {1993 AD}
        • Horatio Ballard (8) [1881 AD]
          • Alan Sovereign (9) [1959 AD]
          • Lawrence Ballard (9) [1939 AD] {1993 AD}
        • Jacob Schumpeter (8) [1981 AD]
        • Joseph Peterson (8) [1978 AD]
        • Kevin Jackson (8) [1984 AD]
        • Lorraine Matthews (8) [1987 AD]
        • Neally Edwards, aka. Edward Neally (8) [1896 AD] †
        • Riggs (8) [?]
        • Tommy Hinds (8) [1906 AD] {1993 AD}
      • Roderick Darroch Elliot (7) [1305] ¢


  • Mithras (5/4) [1258 BC] {1993}
    • Baron Stephen (5) [Before 1100 AD]
    • Bindusara, Historian of the Kindred (6) [273 BC]
      • Marius (Caius Marius) (7) [86 BC] {600}
        • Hrothulf, Lost Warrior from a Lost Age (8/7) [380 AD]
          • Chiclena (8) [~1680 AD]{~1718 AD}
        • Gracis Nostinus (8) [412 AD]
      • King Arthur Arthragorn Albrecht - The Hero King, (7) [919 AD] ¢
      • Valerius (7) [1066 AD]
        • Cyril Masters, Legal Mastermind (8/7) [1849 AD]
        • Lady Anne Bowesley (Queen Anne of London) (8/7/6) [1688 AD]
          • Odo D'Ochai (7) [1864]
          • Michel du Baine (7) [1742]
          • Thomas Carlyle (7) [~1699] {1860}
            • Dorian Adams (8) [1701 AD]
          • Lord Jacque Pareau (7) [1753]
          • Robert Pedder, the Tai-Pan (7) [Late 17th Century]{Disappeared 2004 AD}
          • Quincy Cullen (7) [1764] {1832}
          • Sir William Pennington (7) [1792]
          • Elizabeth Winton (7) [1904]
        • Leander Phipps (8) [Before 1327 AD] {Before 1493 AD}
          • Vincent Day, Paladin and Paragon (9) [1327 AD] †
        • Thomas (8) [Before 1178 AD]
          • James Mannerly, Priest of Mithras (9) [1178 AD]
        • Villeneuve (8) [Between 1760 and 1820 AD] (See France by Night)
          • Roche (9) [Between 1967 and 1997 AD] (See France by Night)
            • Helen Drake (10) [?] (See France by Night)
      • Marcellus Cicero (7/6)
        • Juisseppe Cicero (7)
        • Antonio Cicero (7)
        • Martin Cicero (7)
    • Cret, aka. Cretheus (5) [~430 BC] {Disappeared ~1525 AD}
      • Hill, Warrior in Search of a War (6) [~340 AD] {Disappeared ~1525 AD}
    • Duke Amber (5) [701 AD]
    • Duchess Amber (5) [701 AD]
    • Geraint (but likely actually Marcus Verus) (5) [Before 1200 AD]
      • Rhodry (6) [Before 1200 AD]
    • Julius Cerialis (5) [Before 1070 AD]
      • John de York (aka. John, Baron of York) (6) [1070 AD]
    • Marcus Verus (5) [Between 201 and 300 AD]
      • Guillame de Gueldre (6) [Before 1787][~1790] (See France By Night)
        • Laurent de Gueldre (7) [Before 1787] (See France By Night)
          • Philippe (8) [?]
      • Owain ap Ieuan, aka. Owain Evans (6) [1053 AD]


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