EL - EO         (Index to JDA's Family Tree, Version 81)


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el-MUTHANNA

ELAM     or     ELAMITE     or     ELAMITES

ELAND     or     ELLAND     or     ELOND

ELBE

ELBEN

ELBENE

ELBENNE

ELBERFELD     ---   (see   ELVERFELD)
 
ELBOEUF

ELBRACHT

ELBRIDGE

ELBSORBEN

ELCHANAN

ELCHE

ELCHINGEN

ELCHO

ELCI

ELCKERSHAUSEN

ELCOCK

ELDER

ELDEREN

ELDERKIN

ELDERSLIE

ELDING

ELDRED

ELDRIDGE     or     ELDREDGE

ELES

ELESING

ELEUSIS

ELEY

ELEYESSEN

ELFAEL

ELFGINWRIATH

ELFINGEN

ELFORD

ELGEN

ELGIN

ELIASDOCHTER

ELIBANK

ELIDE

ELIMAEA     or     ELIMIOTAI

ELINASON

ELINBRUGGE     or     ELINGBUGGE     or     ELLENGBRIGGE     or     ELLINGBUGGE

ELINCX

ELIOCK

ELIOT     ---   (see   ELLIOTT)
 
ELIOTSTOUN     ---   (see   ELLIOTSTOUN)
 
ELIOTT     ---   (see   ELLIOTT)
 
ELIS

ELISENS

ELITHORPE

ELIVIN

ELKAU

ELKERSHAUSEN

ELKINGTON

ELKINS

ELKSTONE

ELLA

ELLAL     or     ELLALL     or     ELLEL     or     ELLELL

ELLAND     ---   (see   ELAND)
 
ELLAS

ELLAY

ELLEFORDE

ELLEIGH     or     ILLEGH

ELLEKER

ELLEL     or     ELLELL     ---   (see   ELLAL)
 
ELLEM

ELLEMEET

ELLENBACH

ELLENDORP

ELLENGBRIGGE     ---   (see   ELINBRUGGE)
 
ELLENHALL

ELLER

ELLERBURG

ELLERKER

ELLERSBACH

ELLERTON

ELLERY

ELLESBOROUGH

ELLESWORTH

ELLEWOUTSDIJK

ELLICE

ELLICOTT     ---   (see   ELYCOTT)
 
ELLIKER

ELLING

ELLINGBUGGE     ---   (see   ELINBRUGGE)
 
ELLINGEN

ELLINGGAARD

ELLINGHAM

ELLINGTON

ELLINGWOOD

ELLINIKI     ---   (see   GREECE)
 
ELLINOR

ELLIOT     ---   (see   ELLIOTT)
 
ELLIOTSTOUN     or     ELIOTSTOUN

ELLIOTT     or     ELIOT     or     ELIOTT     or     ELLIOT     or     ELLYOTT

ELLIS     or     ELLYS

ELLISON

ELLISSEM

ELLISTON

ELLOT

ELLSWORTH

ELLUSDOTTER

ELLWYN

ELLYOTT     ---   (see   ELLIOTT)
 
ELLYS     ---   (see   ELLIS)
 
ELLYSON

ELMEDEN     or     ELMEDON

ELMEKE

ELMENDORF     or     ELMENDORFF

ELMENTRUDE

ELMER

ELMERINGHAUSEN

ELMES

ELMESTHORPE

ELMET

ELMHAM

ELMLEY

ELMORE

ELMS

ELMSALL

ELMY

ELNER

ELOFSDOTTER

ELOND     ---   (see   ELAND)
 
ELOY

ELOYN

ELPHINSTON

ELPHINSTONE

ELRECHING

ELRED

ELRICHING     or     ELRICHINGER

ELRINGTON

ELRYNGTON

ELS

ELSA

ELSASS     or     ELSACE     or     ELSASSGAU     or     ELZAS     ---   (see also   ALSACE)

ELSDEN

ELSDON

ELSDORF     or     ELSTHORPE

ELSEN

ELSEY

ELSICK

ELSNICZ

ELSON

ELSOO

ELSPE

ELST

ELSTHORPE     ---   (see   ELSDORF)
 
ELSTHORPHE

ELSTON

ELSWAERT

ELTEN

ELTER

ELTERSHOFEN

ELTHAM

ELTINGE

ELTOFTS

ELTON

ELTONHEAD

ELTZ

ELTZE

ELTZEN

ELVASTON

ELVEDEN

ELVERFELD     or     ELBERFELD     or     ELVERFELDT

ELVES

ELVINGEN

ELVIRA

ELWALD

ELWELL

ELWES

ELWILL

ELWIN

ELWOLDE

ELWOOD

ELWYN

ELY

ELYCOTT     or     ELLICOTT

ELYDR     or     ELYDER

ELYOT

ELYS

ELZAS     ---   (see   ELSASS)
 
ELZEE

ELZEY

EMALOUS

EMARD

EMARYE

EMATHIA

EMBDEN

EMBRACH

EMBREE

EMBRIACO

EMBRY

EMBS

EMBURGH

EMELDON     or     EMILDON

EMERS

EMERSHOFEN

EMERSON

EMERY

EMERYSON

EMESA     or     EMESSA

EMEW

EMILDON     ---   (see   EMELDON)
 
EMINGHA

EMLEN

EMLEY

EMMELY

EMMERBERG

EMMERICH

EMMERSON

EMMESSONNE

EMMET

EMMETT

EMMIKHOVEN

EMMONS

EMMOTT

EMOND

EMORY

EMPEL

EMPEREUR

EMPERORS of Central Europe (and Kings of GERMANY)

*     This list focuses on Germany. We do not show Asiatic or Turkic Emperors.
Emperors of the West (or Rome) before Charlemagne, and Emperors of the (Byzantine) East are shown in a separate list.. Russian rulers are also shown in a separate list.
   
*     Before Charlemagne, the List of Kings of France already shows all Kings of Neustria, whether Kings of All the Franks or not; but we'll show Kings of All Franks here as well, this time showing Kings or Archdukes of Austrasia or Lorraine (Lotharingia) when there was no such King. (We do not show Dukes of Lorraine after 923; they were then vassals of Germany.)

 Merovingian Dynasty
(Salic Franks) [?-447] Clodion
(Salic Franks) [447-458] Merovech
(Salic Franks) [458-481] Childeric I
(All Franks: 1) [481-511] Clovis the Great
(1, Metz) [511-534] Theuderic
(2, Metz) [534-548] Theudebert
(3, Reims) [548-555] Theudebald
(4, All Franks: 2) [558-561] Chlothar I (King at Soissons from 511)
(5, Austrasia) [561-575] Sigebert I
(Regent, Austrasia) [575-613] Brunhilda
(6, Austrasia) [570-595*] Childebert II
(7, Austrasia) [595-612] Theudebert II
(8, Austrasia) [612-613] Theuderic II
(9, Austrasia) [613] Sigebert II, son or grandson of Childebert II
(10, All Franks: 3) [584-628] Chlothar II (King of All Franks from 613)
(11, All Franks: 4) [628-638] Dagobert I
(12, Austrasia) [639-656] Sigebert III
Two different pedigrees are shown for next King. Which is correct?
(13 rival, Austrasia) [656] Childebert the Adopted
(13 rival, Austrasia) [656] Childebert the Adopted
(Franks) [662-675*] Childeric II
(Franks) [675-676] Clovis III, son or nephew of Chlothar III
(All Franks) [676-679] Dagobert II of Austrasia (after return from exile)
*     The next eight Kings were puppet Kings.
(Franks) [679-691] Thierry III
(Austrasia) [691] Chlothar IV, son of Thierry III
(Franks) [691-695] Clovis IV, son of Thierry III
(Franks) [695-711] Childebert III
(Franks) [711-715] Dagobert III
(Franks) [715-720] Chilperic II
(All Franks) [720-737] Thierry IV
(All Franks) [742-752] Childeric III

    *     Beginning with the deposal of the Merovingian Dynasty by Charlemagne's father, Emperors of Frankia or Germany are shown, along with Kings within a divided Frankia. Also shown are Kings of Germany and certain heirs or pretenders to the Imperial title.
   
    *     We don't attempt to show the dominion or actual title of the sovereign, which might be ``Emperor of the West,'' ``Imperator Augustus,'' ``King of the Germans,'' ``King of the Romans,'' ``Holy Roman Emperor,'' ``Emperor-Elect,'' ``Emperor of Austria,'' etc. (Click here for the official title of Francis I First Emperor of Austria.)
   
    *     Since there was often a delay of several years between the death of one Emperor and the official investiture of the next, we show regnal dates for the enabling title (usually ``King of the Germans'' or ``King of Hungary'') in order to avoid gaps in the chronology. (This leads to overlap in regnal dates as many Emperors promoted their heirs-apparent to King before the Emperor's death.)

 The Pepinids
*     Pepin III deposed Childeric III and became `first King of the Franks of the second race.'
(-,8) [752-768] Pepin III `the Short'
*     Carloman and Great Charles were co-regents for a few years.
(*) [768-771] Carloman

 Carolingian Dynasty
(All Franks) [768-814] Charles I the Great
(All Franks) [814-840] Louis I (the Debonnaire)
*     After the death of Louis I, the Empire was divided into three parts for sixty years, reunited only briefly under Charles the Fat. Charles the Bald was styled Emperor so shown here; other Kings of West Frankia are shown under FRANCE, Kings of. Here we show the Kings of East Frankia and Archdukes of Lorraine during this period.
(Lorraine) [817-855] Lothar
(West Franks, Lorraine) [843-877] Charles II (the Bald) of the West Franks
(East Franks) [843-876] Louis II of Germany
(Lorraine) [855-875] Louis II
(Lorraine) [855-869?] Lothar II
(East Franks, Lorraine) [876-882] Louis III of (North) Germany
(Italy) [877-880] Carloman of Bavaria (rival Emperor)
(All Franks) [885-887] Charles II/III the Fat
*     Charles the Fat was the last King of All Franks, with France now permanently severed from Germany.
(East Franks, Lorraine) [887-899] Arnulf of Carinthia
(Lorraine) [894-900] Zwentibold
(East Franks, Lorraine) [899-911] Louis IV (the Child)
(Lorraine) [911-923] Charles III, King of France

 House of Friuli
*     Some sources show the following King of Italy as titled Emperor of the West.
(Italy) [?-924] Berenger of Italy

 House of Franconia
*     In 911, Conrad I was elected King of the Franks. He is often reckoned as the first Holy Roman Emperor, although that title was first used in 962 by Otto I the Great.
(Germans) [911-918] Conrad I

 Ottonian Saxon Dynasty
(Franks) [919-936] Henry I (the Fowler)
(* rival) [919-921] Arnulf the Bad
(H.R.E.) [936-973] Otto I (the Great)
(H.R.E.) [973-983] Otto II
(H.R.E.) [983-1002] Otto III
(H.R.E.) [1002-1024] Henry II

 Franconian Dynasty
(H.R.E.) [1024-1039] Conrad II
(H.R.E.) [1028-1056] Henry III
(-) [1054-1068*, Regent] Agnes (Regent Empress)
(H.R.E.) [1056-1106] Henry IV
(-) [1062-*, Magister] Anno (Archbishop)
*     The next two Kings of Germany, who are not Franconian, are missing from most lists of Emperors. (Hermann was not named Emperor.)
(Germans) [1077-1080] Rudolph
(Germans, rival) [1080-1088] Hermann von Salm
(Germany, Italy) [1087-1101] Konrad, as son and heir of Henry IV
(H.R.E.) [1099-1125] Henry V
*     Henry V's wife, Matilda of England, did not give him an heir and the House of Franconia became extinct. (Matilda's womb was fruitful -- she returned to England, married Geoffrey d' Anjou and produced the Plantagenet Dynasty.)

 House of Supplinburger
(H.R.E.) [1125-1137] Lothar II

 Hohenstaufen Dynasty
(H.R.E.) [1138-1152] Conrad III
(Germany) [1147-1150] Henry Berengar, as son and heir of Conrad III
(H.R.E.) [1152-1190] Frederick I (Barbarossa)
(H.R.E.) [1169-1197] Henry VI
(H.R.E.) [1198-1208] Philip of Swabia
*     The next Emperor was from House of Welf
(H.R.E.) [1198-1215] Otto IV of Brunswick
(H.R.E.) [1212-1250] Frederick II
(Germany) [1220-1235] Henry, as son and heir of Frederick II
(H.R.E.) [1237-1254] Conrad IV
(*, rival) [1246-1247] Heinrich Raspe, son of Hermann I of Thuringia
(H.R.E. ?) [1254-1268] Conradin

 Interregnum
*     After the end of the Hohenstaufen Dynasty, no Emperor was crowned until 1312
(rival) [1247-1256] William II of Holland
(rival) [1257-1273] Alfonso X of Castile
(rival) [1257-1272] Richard of Cornwall

 The ``Count-Kings''
(Germans) [1273-1291] Rudolph I of Habsburg
(Germans) [1292-1298] Adolf of Nassau-Weilburg
(Germans) [1298-1308] Albert I of Habsburg
(H.R.E.) [1308-1313] Henry VII of Luxemburg
(H.R.E.) [1314-1347] Louis IV Wittelsbach
(H.R.E.) [1314-1326] Frederick III (co-regent)
(H.R.E.) [1346-1378] Charles IV of Luxemburg
*     Following King omitted from most lists
(Germans) [1349-1349] Gunther XXI von Schwarzburg
(H.R.E.) [1376-1400] Wenceslaus (IV) of Luxemburg
(H.R.E.) [1400-1410] Ruprecht III Wittelsbach
(*, rival) [1410-1411] Jobst of Moravia
(H.R.E.) [1410-1437] Sigismund of Luxemburg

 Habsburg Dynasty
(H.R.E.) [1438-1439] Albert II
(H.R.E.) [1440-1493] Frederick III
*     Some of the following Emperors show regnal dates before their predecessor's death. These were made Kings of Romans, Hungary and/or Bohemia as heirs-apparent. (Ferdinand IV, King of the Romans, died before his father.)
(H.R.E.) [1486-1519] Maximilian I
(H.R.E.) [1519-1558] Charles V
(H.R.E.) [1531-1564] Ferdinand I
(H.R.E.) [1562-1576] Maximilian II
(H.R.E.) [1575-1612] Rudolf II
(H.R.E.) [1612-1619] Matthias
(H.R.E.) [1619-1637] Ferdinand II
(H.R.E.) [1636-1657] Ferdinand III
(Romans) [1653-1654] Ferdinand IV, son of Ferdinand III
(H.R.E.) [1658-1705] Leopold I
(H.R.E.) [1690-1711] Joseph I
(H.R.E.) [1711-1740] Charles VI
- [1740-1742] No Emperor

 House of Wittelsbach
(H.R.E.) [1742-1745] Charles VII Albert of Bavaria

 Habsburg-Lorraine Dynasty
(H.R.E.) [1745-?] Maria Theresa (co-regent)
(H.R.E.) [1745-1765] Francis I
(H.R.E.) [1764-1790] Joseph II
(H.R.E.) [1790-1792] Leopold II
(H.R.E.) [1792-1806] Francis II
*     In 1806, under pressure from Emperor Napoleon I Bonaparte of the French, Francis II renounced his claims to Italy and Germany. He and his descendants thus became ``merely'' Emperors of Austria. The next Emperor is the same person as Francis II.
(Austria) [1806-1835] Francis I of Austria-Hungary
(Austria) [1835-1848] Ferdinand I of Austria-Hungary
(Austria) [1848-1916] Francis Joseph I of Austria-Hungary
(Austria) [1916-1918] Charles I of Austria-Hungary

 House of Napolean
(France, etc.) [1804-1815] Napoleon Bonaparte
(France) [1852-1870] Napoleon III

 House of Hohenzollern
*     In 1871, the German Empire was reconstituted as the ``Second Reich.''
(Germans) [1871-1888] Wilhelm I of the German Reich
(Germans) [1888-1888] Friedrich III of the German Reich
(Germans) [1888-1918] Wilhelm II of the German Reich
*     In 1918, all four Western Empires (Imperial dignities) -- Austria, Germany, and (not shown here) Russia and Ottoman Turkey -- ceased to exist.

EMPEROR (alphabetic)     or     CZAR     or     EMPRESS     or     HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE     or     TSAR OF RUSSIA

EMPIRE

EMPRINGHAM

EMPSON     or     EUPSON

EMPURIES     ---   (see   AMPURIAS)

EMS

EMUNDSDOTTER     ---   (see   EDMUNDSDOTTIR)
 
EMUNDSSON     ---   (see   EDMUNDSON)

EMYSIS

ENCARNACAO

ENCHELIANS

ENCINILLAS

ENCOURTE

ENCRE

ENDE

ENDEHACHTEN

ENDELL

ENDELLION

ENDERLEIN

ENDGASSER

ENDICOTT

ENDOR

ENDORF

ENECO

ENENCKHOL

ENFIELD     or     ENFIELDE     or     ENNEFIELD

ENGA

ENGADIN

ENGAINE     or     ENGAYNE     or     ENGHAINE

ENGE

ENGEL

ENGELAND

ENGELBERT

ENGELBESTEL

ENGELBOSTEL

ENGELEN

ENGELGER

ENGELHARDT

ENGELSCHALK

ENGELSDORF

ENGELSTATT

ENGERAM

ENGERN

ENGERSGAU

ENGH

ENGHAINE     ---   (see   ENGAINE)
 
ENGHAM

ENGHERS

ENGHIEN

ENGHUSEN

ENGIAN

ENGINOUR

ENGLAND, Kings of (chronological)

*     Here are shown Kings of England since Alfred the Great. Numbering and regnal dates per David Hughes. For information on earlier Kings in Britain refer to the website of David Hughes.
*     For particular Anglo-Saxon kingdoms locate the Kingdom's name in the Index. For Anglo-Saxon High-Kings before Alfred Click to view a list of the Anglo-Saxon Bretwaldas.
*     For Brythonic Princes who may have been styled `Prince of All Wales' or 'King of Britons', see Kings shown at the index entry for BRITONS.
*     The symbol ( * ) means the King is omitted from many regnal lists.
*     Click here for Kings since the Norman Conquest, shown as a tree.
 
 
Saxons and Danes
(1)   [886-899]   Alfred `the Great'
(*, rival)   [ca 899]   Ethelwald, prob. son of Aethelred I
(2)   [899-924]   Edward I `the Elder'
(*)   [924-924]   Elfwerd (Aelfweard), son of Edward I `the Elder'
(3)   [924-939]   Athelstan `the Glorious'
(4)   [939-946]   Edmund I `the Magnificent'
(5)   [946-955]   Edred, son of Edward I `the Elder'
(6)   [955-959]   Edwig (Edwy `the All-Fair'), son of Edmund I `the Magnificent'
(7)   [959-975]   Edgar I
(8)   [975-978]   Edward II, son of Edgar I
(9)   [978-1013, 1014-1016]   Ethelred II `the Unready'
(*10)   [1013-1014]   Sven the Dane
(11)   [1016-1016]   Edmund II
(12)   [1016-1035]   Canute the Great
(*)   [1035-1037]   Emma (wife of both #9 and #12)
(13)   [1037-1040]   Harold I `Harefoot'
(14)   [1040-1042]   Hardeknut
(*)   [1035-1051,1053]   Godwin of Wessex, de facto ruler
(15)   [1042-1066]   Edward III `the Confessor'
(16)   [1066-1066]   Harold II
(17*)   [1066, for a few hours]   Edgar II
 
House of Normandy
*     After the Norman conquest, King numbering started afresh.
(1)   [1066-1087]   William I `the Conqueror'
(2)   [1087-1100]   William II Rufus
(3)   [1100-1135]   Henry I
 
House of Blois
(4)   [1135-1141, 1141-1154]   Stephen
 
House of Plantagenet
(*5)   [1141-1141]   Mathilda
(6)   [1154-1189]   Henry II
(*, rival)   [ca 1183]   Henry `the Young', son of Henry II
(7)   [1189-1199]   Richard I `the Lion-Hearted'
(*)   Richard spent most of his reign away from England, first leading the Crusade, then prisoner of the Emperor, and later fighting in France. During this time, power in England was wielded by Richard's deputies, and, as usurper, Richard's brother John.
(*, de facto Regent)   [1189-1194]   William Longchamp
(*, de facto Regent)   [1194-1199]   Hubert Walter
(*, rival heir)   [1199-1203]   Arthur, Duke of Brittany
(8)   [1199-1216]   John
(*,regent)   [1216-1219]   William the Marshall
(*,regent)   [1219-1231]   Hubert de Burgh
(9)   [1216-1272]   Henry III
(*)   [?-1265]   Simon de Montfort, de facto ruler
(10)   [1272-1307]   Edward I
(11)   [1307-1327]   Edward II
*     [1322-1326]   England dominated by Hugh Despencer and his father.
*     [1327-1330]   England dominated by Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer.
(12)   [1327-1377]   Edward III
*     [1369-1376]   England dominated by John of Gaunt and his father's mistress Alice Perrers.
(13)   [1377-1399]   Richard II
(*)   [1401-1425]   (Legitimate heir: Edmund Mortimer)
 
House of Lancaster
(14)   [1399-1413]   Henry IV
(15)   [1413-1422]   Henry V
(16)   [1422-1461, 1470-1471]   Henry VI
(*)   Control of England shifted throughout the War of the Roses. For a while the following Earl of Warwick held both rival Kings as his prisoners.
(*)   [de facto Regent, 1470-1471]   Richard `Kingmaker' Neville
 
House of York

(*)   [1425-1460]   (Legitimate heir: Richard Plantagenet-York)
(17)   [1461-1470, 1471-1483]   Edward IV
(18)   [1483, for a few months]   Edward V
(19)   [1483-1485]   Richard III
(*)   The presumably rightful Heir to the House of York regained the throne on the accession of Edward IV's grandson, Henry VIII. However, Richard III had declared the marriage of Edward IV to be bigamous, and the heirs of Edward's brother George of Clarence claimed the throne on these grounds. Although the claim was eventually renounced, this line descends through the de la Pole family to the Earls Hastings of Huntingdon and to the Rawdon Marquesses of Hastings such as George A. Rawdon-Hastings and then through the line of Earls of Loudon to the descendants of Paulyn F.C. Rawdon-Hastings.
 
House of Tudor
(20)   [1485-1509]   Henry VII
(21)   [1509-1547]   Henry VIII
(*,regent)   [1547-1549]   Edward Seymour
(*,regent)   [1549-1553]   John Dudley
(22)   [1547-1553]   Edward VI
(*23)   [1553, for 9 days]   Jane Grey
(24)   [1553-1558]   Mary I `the Bloody'
(*, co-regent)   [1553-1558]   Philip of Spain
(25)   [1558-1603]   Elizabeth I `the Virgin'
*     The death of Elizabeth represented the extinction of Henry VIII's legitimate line and attention turned to the heirs of his sisters. The Stuart King of Scots was the great-grandson and Heir of Henry's older sister, but Henry had decreed that his younger sister Mary Rose Tudor was to have precedence. Mary's great-grandson and Heir Ferdinando Stanley did not outlive Elizabeth, but his daughter Anne would have become Queen had the will of Henry VIII been enforced. Anne's legitimate line eventually went extinct in 1826; since then the legitimate Heirs of England in this theory descend from Anne's sister Frances, beginning with George Villiers.
 
House of Stuart
*     With the ascension of Scotland's James VI to the English throne, the two countries were joined (though not declared a United Kingdom until 1707).
(26)   [1603-1625]   James I
(27)   [1625-1649]   Charles I
 
Commonwealth
*     [1649-1660]   Interregnum. Rule by Oliver Cromwell and his son.
 
House of Stuart (Restored)
(28)   [1660-1685]   Charles II
(29)   [1685-1689]   James II
* After James II, Roman Catholics were denied inheritance rights for the English crown. The line of the `Old Pretender' went extinct, but Jacobites continued to claim the throne for the legitimate heir of the Stuarts. Click to see list of these Jacobite 'pretenders'.
(30, co-regent)   [1689-1694]   Mary II
(30, co-regent)   [1689-1702]   William III
(31)   [1702-1714]   Anne
 
House of Hanover
(32)   [1714-1727]   George I
(33)   [1727-1760]   George II
(34)   [1760-1820]   George III
(35)   [1820-1830]   George IV
(36)   [1830-1837]   William IV
(37)   [1837-1901]   Victoria
 
House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
(38)   [1901-1910]   Edward VII
 
House of Windsor
(39)   [1910-1936]   George V
(40)   [1936]   Edward VIII (only King of Eng. to abdicate)
(41)   [1936-1952]   George VI
(42)   [1952-present]   Elizabeth II

ENGLAND     or     ANGLETERRE     or     INGLATERRA

ENGLAYS     ---   (see   ENGLEYS)
 
ENGLEBEARD

ENGLEBERT

ENGLEFIELD     or     INGLEFIELD

ENGLEHARDT

ENGLEIS

ENGLER

ENGLESDORF

ENGLESFIELD

ENGLETON

ENGLEYS     or     ENGLAYS     ---   (see also   ENGLISH)

ENGLINUS

ENGLISH     or     ENGLEYS     or     ENGLOIZ

ENHAM     ---   (see   EENHAM)
 
ENHOFER

ENING

ENJARADA

ENLAND

ENLOES

ENNE

ENNEAD

ENNEFIELD     ---   (see also   ENFIELD)

ENNENKEL

ENNENKL

ENNERY

ENNEW

ENNICUS

ENNISCORTHY

ENNISKILLEN

ENNISMORE

ENNOW

ENNS

ENO

ENOCH

ENOS

ENREUX     ---   (see   EVEREUX)
 
ENRIGO

ENRIQUEZ     ---   (see   HENRIQUES)

ENSE

ENSEY

ENSIGN

ENSKE

ENSLIN

ENSOR

ENSSLIN

ENSYGNE

ENTENZA

ENTERIEUX

ENTGAU

ENTRAGUES

ENTRAMMES

ENTRECHT

ENTREMONTS

ENTRINGEN

ENTRUP

ENTWHISTLE

ENTWISLE     or     ENTWISTLE

ENTWYSELL

ENTZBERG

ENVEISE

ENVERMEU     or     EVERMER

ENVIE

ENXARA

ENZENBERG

ENZERDORF

EODEM

EOGHANACHT     or     EOGHANACHT CASHEL

EOLBEOUF

EOMERING

EOPPASSON     or     EOPPING

EORMENRICING


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