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Name forms
Norman, Normand, Normandie, Normandy, Normann, Normans, Normant, Normon
Origin
English, Jewish, Swedish :
Norman: English: Derived from the word "noršmenn", meaning "men from the North". The name was given to Scandanavian settlers or to those from Normandy, France; Jewish: uncertain etymology; Swedish: Cognate to North.
Normand: English, French. Transform of and cognate to English Norman.
Normant: French. Cognate to English Norman.
Normann: German. Cognate to North.
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Norman kings of England

In English history, the line of English kings beginning with William, Duke of Normandy, a/k/a William the Conqueror, (who ascended the English throne in 1066), and ending with Stephen, who died in 1154. Stephen is sometimes assigned to the House of Blois.  -30-
 

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• Cecelia of Holy Trinity, Abbess of Caen [1056-1126] – ::> Religious leaders: bishops, cardinals, theologians, abbots, etc. ::> NORM89 S26
  • Father: ¤William I the Conqueror
◊ FERRIS, Jeffrey [1610-1666] – American colonial immigrant ::> CT: Stamford founders (1641) NORM98 S11
/ * Henry I Beauclerc [1068-1135] – King of England NORM99 24GGFa
/ * => Matilda, the Empress [1104-1167] – Lady NORM123 23GGMo
  • Father: ¤Henry I Beauclerc
  • Cousin: ¤Stephen of England
  • Son: ¤Henry II Curtmantle
  • Husband: ¤Geoffrey V
  • Brother: ¤William the Ętheling, Duke of Normandy
• Richard [?-1120] – Sinking of the White Ship ::> brother of William Ętheling NORM125 S25
• Robert II Curthose [1054?-1134] – Duke of Normandy (1087-1106) NORM87 S26
Duke of Normandy (1087-1106). He was the son of William the Conqueror, and a noted crusader (1096-1100). He quarreled with his father, who then designated a younger son (William II) his heir. When the English throne passed to his younger brother William II (1087), Robert was unable to recover it by war. In 1106 Robert again attempted to recover England from his brother, Henry I, but was defeated at Tinchebrai and imprisoned until his death.

Robert won fame for his role on the First Crusade, especially for his charge at Ascalon (1099) when he captured the Egyptian banner. He turned down the offer to rule in Jerusalem, preferring to return home.

  • Brother: ¤Henry I Beauclerc
  • Brother: ¤William II Rufus
  • Father: ¤William I the Conqueror
/ • William the Ętheling, Duke of Normandy [<1108-1120] – NORM124 S25
/ * => William I the Conqueror [1028-1087] – Invader and ruler of England, King of England NORM85 25GGFa
• William II Rufus [1060-1100] – King of England (1087-1100) NORM91 S26
  • Father: ¤William I the Conqueror
  • Brother: ¤Robert II Curthose
  • Brother: ¤Henry I Beauclerc

 

Candidates Work List

This is my working list of candidates to include -- I'm not yet sure if they are related to me! As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (THUS) and an explanation included. They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included. (And to keep them from popping up on the list again!) Never discard good research!

Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be added to the database.

NORMAN, Alfred Merle [1831-1918]
English naturalist
NORMAN, Fredrik Vilhelm Ludvig [1831-1885]
Swedish composer
NORMAN, Henry (Sir) [1858-1939]
English traveller and journalist
NORMAN, Henry Wylie (Sir) [1826-1904]
English army officer and colonial administrator
NORMAN, John [1748-1817]
American engraver and publisher
NORMAN, Montagu Collet [1871-1950] 1st Baron Norman of St Clare
English financial expert, administrator
NORMAN, Wilma (née Wilhelmina Neruda) [1839-1911]
Moravian violinist
NORMAND, Mabel Ethelreid [1893?-1817]
American silent screen actress and comedienne; She was involved in the scandalous death of William Desmond Taylor.
NORMANN, Eilert Adelsteen [1848-1918]
Norwegian landscape painter

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