Section AIJ: Descendants of Sancho Ramirez I, King of Aragon and Navarre

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. SANCHO1 RAMIREZ I, KING OF ARAGON AND NAVARRE was born between 1024/5 and 1072, and died in 1094[1]. He married (AII-4) FELICE _____, daughter of (AII-1) Count Hildouin de III and (AIV-7) Alix (de ROUCY), who died in 1086[1]. [1]
Child:
+2i.KING RAMIRO II "THE MONK"2 OF ARAGON, b. about 1095 in Aragon, Spain; d. on 16 Aug. 1147; m. in 1134 (CO-13) AGNES OF POITOU of Angoulême, Aquitaine, France, b. about 1100, daughter of (CO-11) William VII, Duke of Aquitaine and (APE-8) Philippa (TOULOUSE).


Generation Two

2. KING RAMIRO II "THE MONK"2 OF ARAGON (Sancho RAMIREZ1), son of (1) Sancho1 I, King of Aragon and Navarre and (AII-4) Felice (_____), was born about 1095 in Aragon, and died on 16 Aug. 1147. He married in 1134, (CO-13) AGNES OF POITOU of Angoulême, daughter of (CO-11) William VII, Duke of Aquitaine and (APE-8) Philippa (TOULOUSE), who was born about 1100.
Child:
+3i.PETRONILLA3 DE ARAGON, b. in 1135 in Aragon; d. between 18 Oct. 1162 and 1170; m. in 1151 in Aragon (DI-3) RAIMOND BERENGER IV OF BARCELONA, (MARQUIS) of Barcelona, Spain, b. about 1120, d. in Spain on 8 Aug. 1162, son of (DI-1) Count Raimond Berenger III and (JI-2) Dulce or Aldonza (_____).


Generation Three

3. PETRONILLA3 DE ARAGON (Ramiro II "the Monk" of ARAGON2, Sancho RAMIREZ1), daughter of (2) King Ramiro II "the Monk"2 and (CO-13) Agnes (of POITOU) (DE THOUARS), was born in 1135 in Aragon, and died between 18 Oct. 1162 and 31 Dec. 1170. She married in Aragon, in 1151, (DI-3) RAIMOND BERENGER IV OF BARCELONA, (MARQUIS) of Barcelona, son of (DI-1) Count Raimond Berenger III and (JI-2) Dulce or Aldonza (_____), who was born about 1120, and died on 8 Aug. 1162 in Spain. [2]
Child: See (DI-3) Raimond Berenger IV of BARCELONA, (Marquis)



1. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
2. Ibid., (111-26).