Subject: Possible Line for Your Collection
   Date: Thu, 12 Feb 1998 11:45:50 -0600
   From: "A.C. Moore" <akmoore@worldnet.att.net>
     To: <stevens@pss.fit.edu>
 

Mr. Stevens:

In addition to all of the wonderful mythological lines in your collection,
I was wondering if you already had the following in your collection:

Notes from The House of Israel: A treatise on the destiny, history and
identification of Israel in all the five branches by Earnest L. Whitehead.

Appendix 2.  pp.575-577.

Pedigree of Robert E. Lee back to King David of Israel

 1. David, King of Israel.
 2. Daniel or Chileab, lived 70 years.
 3. Ethan, d. aged 68.
 4. Maacha or Micah, lived 60 years.
 5. Jedija, lived 44 years.
 6. Menasseh, lived 62 years.
 7. Ephriam, lived 71 years.
 8. Gihon, lived 54 years.
 9. Joash, lived 60 years.
10. Joshua, lived 50 years.
11. Nathan, lived 40 years.
12. Jehorum, lived 39 years.
13. Ezram, lived 50 years.
14. Tola, lived 56 years.
15. Simeon, lived 28 years.
16. Ammon, lived 30 years
17. Moses, lived 40 years
18. Melchiah, lived 27 years.
19. Aminadab, lived 60 years (was carried captive with Zedekiah to Babylon).
20. Judah, born in Babylon.
21. Uriah, born in Bayblon (refused to return to Jerusalem).
22. David, servant to King Darius.
23. Solomon, lived 67 years.
24. Ahithophel, lived 50 years.
25. Abimelech.
26. Nathan, lived 44 years.
27. Gideon, lived 60 years.
28. Abraham, lived 54 years.
29. Baasha, lived 59 years.
30. Ephriam, lived 68 years.
31. Joash, lived 27 years.
32. Jehosaphat, lived 75 years.  (In Babylon at the time of the Crucifixion of Christ.)
33. Eliezer, who went of Ecbatana in Media
34. David, lived 70 years, and was scribe to the synagogue of Jews there; 
    he committed his genealogy to the end of the Roll of the Law.
35. Solomon, a scribe, lived 60 years.
36. Uzziah, a scribe, lived 63 years.
37. Hezekiel, lived 70 years, migrated in his day to Samarkand.
38. Hillel, a scribe, lived 60 years.
39. Ezra, a scribe, lived 65 years.
40. Hezron, a scribe, lived 60 years.
41. Ezra, a scribe, lived 60  years.
42. Solomon, a scribe, lived 61 years.
43. Abinadab, a scribe, lived 48 years.
44. Daniel, a scribe, lived 55 years.
45. Jacob, a scribe, lived 60 years.
46. Joseph, a scribe, lived for 52 years.
47. Menasseh, a scribe, lived 63 years.
48. Ebenezer, a scribe, lived 71 years.
49. Jehoash, a scribe, lived 50 years.
50. Moses, a scribe, lived 49 years.
51. Malachi, a scribe, lived 47 years
52. Isaac, a scribe, lived 67 years.
53. Jonathan, a scribe, lived 49 years. (He had two sons, Joash, a 
    scribe, at Samaraqand who descends eleven generations to David, the scribe 
    that sent the mission to Moses Maimonides) and:
54. Nabal, son of Jonathan.
55. John Paleologus.
56. Andrew Paleologus.
57. Michael Paleologus.
58. Theodore Paleologus.
59. Constantine Paleologus.
60. Alexander Paleologus.
61. John Paleologus.
62. Thodore Paleologus.
63. Emanuel Paleologus.
64. Michael Paleologus.
65. Alexius Paleologus md. Irene, dau. of Alexius Angelus, Emperor of 
    Constantinople, and Euphrosyne, the Empress.
66. A daughter md. Andronicus Paleologus.
67. Michael VIII, Emperor of Constantinople, 1259-1282.
68. Andronicus II Paleologus, Emperor of Constantinople, 1282-1328; d.1332.
69. Theodorus I Paleologus, younger son, Margrave of Montferrat, succeded 1305.
70. Iolande md. Hamon, Count of Savoy (1329-43).
71. Amadeus VI, Count of Savoy.
72. Amadeus VII, Count of Savoy.
73. Louis, Count of Savoy.
74. Philip II, Count of Savoy.

75. Louisa, md. Charles, count      75. Charles III of Savoy. 
    of Angouleme.
76. Margaret of Angouleme.          76. Emanuel Philibert of Savoy.
77. Jeanne of Navarre               77. Charles Emanuel I of Savoy.
78. Henry IV of France              78. Thomas Francis
79. Henrietta Maria md. Charles I   79. Emanuel Philibert, d. 1709. 
    of England.
80. Charles II of England.          80. Victor Amadeus, d. 1741.
81. Charlotte Fitzroy               81. Louis Victor, d. 1778.
82. Charlotte Lee                   82. Victor Amadeus, d. 1780.
83. Charles Calvert, 5th Lord       83. Charles Emanuel, d. 1800. 
    Baltimore.
84. Benedict Calvert                84. Charles Albert, d. 1849.
85. Eleanor Calvert                 85. Victor Emanuel II, King of Italy.
86. George Washington Parke Custis  86. Humbert I of Italy
87. Mary Anne Randolph Custis, md.  87. Victor Emanuel III of Italy 
    Gen. Robert E. Lee.                  (Abdicated 1944).
 

Your comments are welcome

A.C. Moore
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