This file is by Mr Theroff.

The Magyars were a nomadic tribe who plundered Europe in late 9th/early 10th centuries. In about 900, a group under Arpad (d.907), son of Almos (d.895), settled in what is now Hungary, though they continued to ravage western Europe till their defeat by Emperor Otto I in 955.

Arpad, Prince of Hungary, had issue:

1.Levente, alive in 895
2.1.1.Tormas, lived in Byzantium, k.a.Aug 955, Duke in Sanyoy, k.a.998
3.Ullo "the Epicure"
4.1.Fausz, Prince of Hungary 945/55
5.Zolta, Prince of Hungary 907/45
5.1.Taksony, Prince of Hungary 955, 931, 970
5.1.1.Geza, Great Prince of Hungary, d,1 Feb 997; m.1st ca 967 Sarolta (repudiated shortly after 975, d.after 988) dau.of Prince Gyula of Siebenbuergen; m.2d ca 985 Adelajda (d.after 997) dau.of Pr Mieszko I of Poland, widow of his brother Michael[by 1st m.]Stephen I (St.Stephen), in 1000 became King of Hungary and the first Hungarian ruler to become a Christian; b.969/75, d.15 Aug 1038; m.996 Gisela (b.985, d.7 May 1065) dau.of Duke Heinrich II of Bavaria (1007-2 Nov 1031); 1022 Argyra (d.after 1031) dau.of Emperor Romanos III of Byzantium, 1010, d.young[by 1st m.]a dau (d.after 987); m.985 King Boleslav of Poland[by 1st m.]a dau; m.shortly before 985 Sizzo, Count in Thuringia[by 1st m.]a dau (d.after 988); m.987 (he repudiated her 988) Gabriel-Radomir, Tsar of the Bulgarians[by 2d m.]a dau, m.Chaba ___, King of Hungary 1041, murdered 1044 dau., d.1026; m.1009 Pietro Orseolo, Doge of Venice, King of Hungary 1044/6, d.30 Aug 1059; m.1st Tuta von Formbach (d.after 1046); m.2d May 1055 Judith (d.2 Aug 1058, bur St.Veit, Prague) dau of Count Heinrich von Schweinfurt by Gerberga von Gleisberg, d.17 Feb 1071; m.shortly before 1041 Adalbert I, Mgve of Austria (d.1045)
5.1.2.Michael, Duke between March and Gran, 978; m. Adalajda (d.after 997) dau.of Pr Mieszko I of Poland "the Bald", Duke between March and Gran, d.1029; 1000 Premislavna ( 1015) dau.of Great Prince Wladimir I of Kiev, Duke between March and Gran, d.1048, Duke between March and Gran, d.1037; m.a woman who may (or may not) have been dau of Tsar Samuel of the Bulgarians, the last member of this family never to become a Christian, 1012, d.1047 I "the Catholic", King of Hungary 1047; (ca 1014-1060); m.1st a non-Christian Hungarian woman; m.2d 1037/8 Anastasia, dau.of Great Prince Jaroslav I of Kiev[by 1st m.]a son, who, according to Europaeische Stammtafeln, went to Scotland in 1055 and became ancestor of the Drummond family. E.S.cites a 1959 work published in Warsaw as the source for this. I know that it has long been asserted that the Drummond family was founded by a Hungarian who returned to Britain with Edward Atheling, so this may be true. However, the works I have do not supply lineage for the Drummonds prior to Malcolm Beg Drummond, living early 1200s.[by 2d m.]Salomon, King of Hungary 1063-74, b. 1052, k.a.1087; m.1063 Judith-Maria (1047-ca 1100) dau.of Emperor Heinrich III, 1110; m.Count Poppo von Berg[by 2d m.]David, d.after 1094 (ca 1040-27 Jan 1062); m.1057 King Wratislv II of Bohemia (d.1092) I, King of Hungary 1060, d.Dec 1063; m. a dau.of King Mieszko II of Poland I, King of Hungary 1074; b.1044/5, d.25 Apr 1077; m.1st ca 1062 Sophie ( 1065) dau.of Giselbert, Count von Looz; m.2d ca 1065 Synadena (d.after 1077) dau.of Theodulus Synadenos and niece of Emperor Nikophorus III of Byzantium. For Geza's descendants, see Part 2., King of Hungary 1077, d.20 Jun 1095 m.1077 Adelaide (d.1079) dau.of Duke Rudolf of Swabia, d.13 Aug 1134; m.1104/5 Emperor Joannes II of Byzantium (d.1143) dau., m.before 1091 Wladimir, Prince of Wladimir (d.1123), 1095, d.18 June 1095; m.1st 1062/3 Ulrich I von Weimar, Mgve of Carniola, Count of Istria (d.1070); m.2d 1070/1 Duke Magnus of Saxony (d.1106), d.2 Apr 1111; m.before 1073 Pr Otto I of Moravia ( 1087), m.1068 Andronicus Dukas, co-Emperor of Byzantium (d.after 1081); m.Zwonimir-Dmitar, King of Croatia dau, m.Count Lambert (d.1132)

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King Geza I of Hungary (see Part 1) had issue:

1.[by 1st m.]Koloman, King of Hungary 1095 (1065-3 Mar 1116) m.1st 1097 Felicia ( 1102) dau.of Roger of Sicily by Eremberga d'Evreux; m.2d 1104 Euphemia (d.4 Apr 1139) dau of Great Prince Wladimir II of Kiev
1.1.King Stephen II of Hungary (1101-1 Mar 1131); m.1st Cristiana, dau.of Roberto, Cte di Capua; m.2d 1121 Adelheid dau.of Stefan von Riedenburg, Burggrave of Regensburg
1.2.Ladislas (1101-1112)
1.3.[by 1st m.]Sophia, m.Saul ___
1.3.1.Saul, chosen by Stephen II as his successor, but this did not come to pass
1.4.[by 1st m.]a dau, 1117 Wladimir, Pr of Halicz (d.1153)
1.5.[by 2d m.]Boris Conrad, a contestant for the throne on his brothers death; m.Anna, dau.of Constantine Dukas
1.5.1.Koloman, settled in the Byzantine Empire and left descendants there
2.[by 1st m.]a dau., m.a Hungarian man
2.1.Ivan, who contended for the throne
3.[by 2d m.]Almos, became in 1091 King of Croatia, which his father had seized from his brother-in-law King Zwonimir; (ca 1068-1129); m.21 Aug 1104 Predslava, dau.of Great Prince Swiatopolk II of Kiev
3.1.King Bela II "the Blind" of Hungary (ca 1109-13 Feb 1141); m.28 Apr 1127 Jelena (d.after 1146) dau.of Uros I Nemanjic, Pr of Serbia, by Anna, a niece of Emperor Alexios of Byzantium
3.1.1.King Geza II of Hungary (ca 1130-3 May 1162); m.1146 Eufrosina, dau.of Great Prince Mstislav II of Kiev Stephen III of Hungary (1147-4 Mar 1172); m.1st 1167 a dau.of Pr Jaroslav of Halicz, whom he repudiated in 1168; m.2d 1168 Agnes (ca 1154-13 Jan 1182) dau.of Duke Heinrich II of Austria Bela III of Hungary, d.23 Apr 1196; m.1st (div 1169) Maria, dau.of Emperor Manuel I Komnenos of Byzantium by Bertha von Sulzbach; m.2d 1172 Anna (d.1184) dau.of Renaud de Chatillon-sur-Loing, Pr of Antioch; m.3d ca 1185 Theodora Komnena; m.4th 1186 Marguerite, Cts de Vexin (1158-1197) dau.of King Louis VII of France. All Bela's kids were by 2d m. Emmerich of Hungary (1174-Sep 1204); m.1198 Constance (d.23 June 1222) dau.of King Alfonso II of Aragon Ladislas III "the Child", King of Hungary (1199-7 May 1205) Andrew II of Hungary (1176-21 Sep 1235); m. 1st before 1203 Gertrude (d.8 Sep 1213) dau.of Berthold VI von Andechs, Duke of Meranien; m.2d 1215 Yolande (d.1233) dau.of Pierre de Courtenay, Emperor of Constantinople; m.3d 14 May 1234 Beatrice (d.1245) dau.of Aldobrandino I Mgve d'Este Bela IV of Hungary (1206-3 May 1270); m 1218 Maria Laskarina (d.1270) dau.of Emperor Theodore of Nicaea Stephen V of Hungary (Dec 1239-1 Aug 1272) m.1253 Elizabeth (d.after 1290) dau.of Zayhan, a prince of the Cuman tribe, which had been pushed into Hungary by the invasions of Genghis Khan. Ladislas IV of Hungary (1262-10 July 1290); m.1272 Elizabeth, dau.of King Charles I of Sicily, Duke of Slavonia (1268-1278) (1255-1313/26);m.1st 1287 Zavis von Rosenberg (d.1290); m.2d Stepan Uros II Milutin, Kral of Serbia (d.1321), 1269 Stepan IV Dragutin, Kral of Serbia (d.1316), d.25 Mar 1323; m.1270 King Charles II of Naples and Sicily; their eldest son became King Charles of Hungary (ca 1260-ca 1281); m.1274 Andronicus II Palealogue, Emperor of Byzantium (d.1332), Duke of Slavonia, Croatia & Dalmatia (ca 1245-1269); m.25 Oct 1264 Kunigunde (d.after 9 Jun 1292) dau.of Mgve Otto III of Brandeburg, d.1242 "the Elder", d.20 Apr 1242; 1240 Guillaume de St-Omer, Lord of Thebes (1224-24 July 1292); m.1239 Boleslav V, Pr of Cracow & Sandomir (d.1279), b.1226/7; m.1243 Mstislav, Great Prince of Kiev (d.1263) (1236-24 Oct 1271); m. 1250 Duke Heinrich I of Lower Bavaria (d.1290); m.1251/2 Prince Lev of Halicz (d.1301) "the Younger", an Abbess (1242- 18 Jan 1271), d.after 1303; m.1250 Prince Boleslav of Great Poland (d.1279), Duke of Croatia, King of Halicz, b.1208, k.a.1241; m.Salomea (d.10 Nov 1268) dau.of Leszek of Poland, Pr of Cracow & Sandomir, Prince of Halicz, b.1210/2; m.1221 Maria dau.of Prince Mstislav of Novgorod, d.1295/6; m.Moys de Daro, a Cuman Prince, Palatine of Hungary (d.1280), 1204, d.1237; m.1221 Ivan Asen II, Tsar of the Bulgarians (d.1241)[by 2d m.]Yolande, d.12 Oct 1251; m.8 Sep 1235 King Jaime I of Aragon (d.1276)[by 3d m.]Stephen, Duke of Slavonia, Patrician of Venice (1236-1271); m.1st 1263 Elizabeth (d.1264) dau. of Guglielmo Traversari, Patrician of Ravenna; m.2d Tommasina (d.1300) dau.of Micaele Sbarra Morosini, Patrician of Venice, b.1264, d.young Andrew III "the Venetian" of Hungary (ca 1265-14 Jan 1301); m.1st 1290 Fenenna ( 1295) dau. of Pr Ziemomysl of Kujavia; m.2d 13 Feb 1296 Agnes (18 May 1281-10 June 1364) dau.of Duke Albrecht of Austria, a nun (1292-6 May 1338), d.young, d.young (1175-after 1223); m.1st 1185 Emperor Isaac II Angelos of Byzantium (d.1204); m.2d 1204 Boniface I, Mgve of Montferrat, King of Thessalonica (d.1207); m.3d Nicolas de Saint-Omer (ca 1180-6 Dec 1240); m.1198 King Ottakar Przemysl I of Bohemia (d.15 Dec 1230), who settled in Byzantium and married a woman there; he had descendants. (1144/5-after 1189); m.after 1157 King Frederick of Bohemia, 1164 Swatopulk of Bohemia (ca 1158-25 May 1199); m.1172 Duke Leopold IV of Austria, b.1162; m.1st ca 1177 Isaac Macrodukas; m.2d Andrew, Gespan of Somogy
3.1.2.Ladislas, in 1162 briefly displaced his young nephew as king of Hungary, 1132, d.14 Nov 1163; he is believed to have m.Judith, dau.of Pr Boleslav III of Poland, m.before 1165 Niccolo Michieli, Patrician of Venice
3.1.3.Stephen IV, who in 1163 briefly displaced his young nephew as King of Hungary, d.11 Apr 1165; m.1156 Maria, dau.of Isaac Komnenos
3.1.4.Almos, b.1134, d.young
3.1.5.Elizabeth, 1128; m.Mieszko III, Pr of Great Poland (d.1202)
3.1.6.Sophia, a nun, b.1136/7
3.2.Hedwig, m.1132 Adalbert of Austria (d.1137)
3.3.Adelaide, d.15 Sep 1140; 1123 Duke Sobeslav I of Bohemia (d.1140)
4.a dau., who m.a member of the Miskolc family
4.1.Bors, a contender for the Hungarian throne

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