Section YM: Descendants of Diego Lainez

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.4.0 on 7 Feb. 2022
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Generation One

1. DIEGO1 LAINEZ was born between 972/3 and 1039, and died between 1048 and 1068[1]. [1, 4]
+2i.RODRIGO2 DIAZ, EL CID, b. about 1043[1]; d. on 10 July 1099[1]; m. in 1074[4] (AGB-2) XIMENA DE OVIEDO, d. about 1120[1], daughter of (AGB-1) Count Diego and Cristina (of LEON).

Generation Two

2. RODRIGO2 DIAZ, EL CID (Diego LAINEZ1), son of (1) Diego1 LAINEZ, was born about 1043[1], and died on 10 July 1099[1]. He married in 1074[4], (AGB-2) XIMENA DE OVIEDO, daughter of (AGB-1) Count Diego and Cristina (of LEON), who died about 1120[1]. [1, 2, 4]
"El Campeador," great national hero of Spain, subject of epic poems and ballads, ruler of Valencia 15 June 1094-1099.[1]
+3i.ELVIRA3 DIAZ, b. about 1080; d. about 1150; m. (AEQ-10) COUNT RAMIRO II OF MONçON, b. about 1073, d. in 1116[1], son of (AEQ-9) Count Ramiro I and Teresa Gonsalez (SALVADORES).

Generation Three

3. ELVIRA3 DIAZ (Rodrigo2, Diego LAINEZ1), daughter of (2) Rodrigo2, El Cid and (AGB-2) Ximena (de OVIEDO), was born between 1046/7 and 1095, and died between 1089 and 1205. She married (AEQ-10) COUNT RAMIRO II OF MONçON, son of (AEQ-9) Count Ramiro I and Teresa Gonsalez (SALVADORES), who was born about 1073, and died in 1116[1]. [3, 4]
Child: See (AEQ-10) Count Ramiro II of MONçON

1. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
2. Ibid., (113A-23).
3. Ibid., (113A-24).
4. W. H. Turton, The Plantagenet Ancestry (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928), 16.