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Saints Who Left Descendents

Saints Who Left Descendents

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Saints Who Left Descendents

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Jun 24, 2014


Book about all the saints in everyone ancestry.  One of three americans can prove it.  The book is designed by listing the saints descendents and the saints ancestors and all saints were found in the genealogy files on the internet.

Jun 24, 2014

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Saints Who Left Descendents - Brian Starr




Upon finding out from reading about the genealogy of Americans, it is accepted that about one of three are descended from some type of Royalty.  After examining the royal lines one must reach the conclusion that almost all the European countries are connected by marriage to royalty, and that the Holy Roman Catholic Church has canonized some of this royalty and the Church of England has recognized many people who attained the title of Saint in their life time, although many are not canonized.

This brings up the subject of sainted lineage, which means that the blood of the saints flows in the veins of one of three Americans.  What defines these lines and which saints are the saints that have left descendants is the subject of this work.  Using Internet and any source available I have found over 100 people who are in some way referred to as a Saint.  The only requirement to be included in this book is to have a direct traceable lineage to Royalty, or Nobility.

Most people who have attained Sainthood are bishops, priests, martyrs, or common people whose lineage is either not known, or did not leave descendents.  Nuns, hermits, and martyrs are all saints, but did not have children.  Bishops and priests were permitted to have offspring by the church until the celibacy rules where added by the pope.  So in the early church a bishop or priest could leave descendents.

The idea of attaining the title of saint leaves the reader with a view that the person led a very perfect life, and so was recognized by the church.  This in most cases is true, however some saints have murdered, had illegitimate children, were illegitimate children,  etc... and then because of the church recognizing the good that the person did, despite the evils that went on, attained the title of Saint.

I will attempt to draw from the ancestry that is known about the Saints and show that the lines from the Old Testament from Abraham, King David, Judah’s sons Perez and Zerah, are culminated in the royal lines. Also Joseph the Israelite, Zebulon, Benjamin, and Levi are all ancestors of King David.

There seems to be a pattern of lineage of the saints descended from the Hebrew King David (from Perez son of Judah), from Zerah the son of Judah, from Levi the father of the Aaron line of priests, from Abraham’s first son Ishmael, from Japheth the son of Noah, and so from the Holy Scriptures of the Old Testament.

I will attempt to tie into the lineage of 110 or so Saints who are tied together by blood, and tracing their ancestry to the Old Testament or their descendents to English or French Kings up to the year about 1400.  Considering that many Americans began coming to America in the early 1600’s, it is much more difficult to trace lineage to a Saint that is more recent.  Consider also that each generation doubles the descendents, so a recent Saint has that many fewer possibilities for descendents.

Hopefully the reader can trace his line to one of the lines of the Kings or the Saints that are mentioned and so utilize this work in the tracing of his or her ancestry in relationship to a sainted ancestor.

Following is a table of the chronological order of the Saints to be identified as bloodline saints.

Included in the table are a number of the Blessed.  Blessed is a term that describes a person at the time of this writing who has not been canonized a Saint, but has reached the level one step away from Canonization.  In order to be fully canonized each person considered must first be a blessed, and then the Pope can canonize a blessed into being a Saint.

Availability of Records

American documented lineages are not that difficult to trace back to the year 1600.  In England where most Americans can trace their line previous to 1600 parish records were not kept prior to 1500.  Thus records prior to 1500 are attainable mostly by Family Records, and royal bloodline documented histories.  Many surnames go back to the year 1200, but previous to 1200 or so the surname was not used and most people were referred to by a single name.  Lineages of the royalty were documented and so previous to 1200 most records do not include surnames.  There are many martyrs of the early church, whose descendents are not documented and so are lost to history with only the name of the Saint and the reason for Canonization known.

Dividing the discussion into periods of history, and showing which Saints were alive at that time who may be bloodline saints, will organize this work.

A Note About Documentation.

Many published CD’s support this work and sources listed in the one giant Gedcom or Family File that the information is generated from.  As the author I have purchased seven or so Encyclopedia’s, Dictionaries, and Daily offerings concerning the Saints. It is to be noted that some biographies of a Saint may say they had taken a vow of celibacy and then a listing of descendents are given.  Obviously this is where two sources conflict in information.  The supported lines are generally not checked for sources, and so a mistake may have been made.  The lines to Charlemagne and most of the Saints mentioned can be traced on the Internet and sources found.  The idea of this work is to show the relationship to the Royalty and the Saints to both each other and the lines that run back to Abraham and before Christ. (b.c.).  For a documented history of the lineages, please consult a genealogical society such as The International Society of the Descendents of Charlemagne, The Crown of Charlemagne, etc... or other published works on genealogy.

Royalty and Saints Ancient Lineage

Using the internet and obtainable CD’s to trace who the royalty is descended from with the Saints included shows some interesting lines.  Downloading Gedcoms and then looking at the trees and indexes shows some interesting ancestry.  There are about 114 generations to Adam to the present day, and the lines all agree that from Adam to Noah there is one path.


From Noah to St Helena of Rome, (Constantine’s Mother) there are multiple paths.  One from Shem the oldest son and one from Japheth the second son.  The line from Japheth (listing Saturnus and Jupiter as descendents) is joined by a line from Judah son of Israel in Dardanus father of Erichthonius father of Tros King of Troy.  Thus descendents of Tros King of Troy are descended from both Japheth and Shem.  This line from Tros includes Saint Helena of Rome and does not go thru David, King of Judea.  The line from Shem to Judah thru Perez runs true thru David of Judah and then thru both Nathan’s line as listed in Luke.  This line branches from the genealogy in Luke at Heli whose brother is Joseph of Arimathea. From Joseph of Arimathea the line runs thru to Saint Helena.  Joseph of Armimathea is also an ancestor of the Kings of Kent.


The Internet files show five true Israelites listed.  These are Judah, Levi, Zebulon, Benjamin and Joseph.  Levi’s line joins the Royalty thru Aaron with Theodoric Duke of Toulouse about 700-800 AD.  This line includes Royalty of Babylonia.  Theodoric is an ancestor of the Kings of Aragon who then join with the rest of the Royalty.  His daughter was a Queen of Wessex.  It is also interesting to note that the line from David the King of Judea thru his famous son Solomon descends to Theodoric. Theodoric or Dietrich (Makir) Duke of Toulouse has three children all of whom are Ancestors. These are Bertha of Autun, William Count of Toulouse and Redburg Queen of Wessex.  Also known is that the Prophet Jeremiah who is descended from Levi had a daughter Hammutel who married into the Davidic Judean line to Josiah King of Judah 18 generations from David.  Thus the line of the kings of Judah and Israel are from both Judah and Levi.  The line from Zebulon joins the line of Judah and merges with Salmon the Great Grandfather of King David.  Also a line exists thru Joseph the Israelite’s daughter Tiye-Nefertari that leads to King David of Judah and Israel.  Thus Judah, Levi, Joseph and Zebulon are ancestors of Jesus Christ, the Deity of the Christian religion.  Judah and Zebulon are ancestors of King David, and Levi is an ancestor of Jeremiah the prophet whose line joins with King David’s Descendents.

The fourth Israelite Joseph’s line is a straight unbroken male path  to Charlemagne.  Thus Charlemagne’s Israelite ancestors are Judah, Zebulon, and Joseph as Charlemagne is a descendent of Saint Joseph of Arimathea who is a descendent of Nathan son of David.

Please see the Appendix for the lines of the Israelites.


It is interesting to note that the line to Saint Helena is split from Judah in three branches!!!  One line is from Judah by his son Perez to King David of Judea.  The second is his son Nathan to Joseph of Arimathea to Saint Helena. The third line is from Judah by his son Zerah thru Tros of Troy to Saint Helena. The great king Charlemagne has an unbroken male line to Zerah son of Judah.  The line from Perez also leads to Solomon.  From Solomon’s line to the Babylonian exile and then thru the Kings of Persia the line joins with royalty in Theodoric Duke of Toulouse.  Also Zebulon’s daughter Kanita married Hezron, a descendent of Judah.


Now from the Father of the Hebrews Abraham also has two lines that join with the Royalty.  One line is from his wife’s Sarah’s son Isaac thru Judah, Joseph, Zebulon or Levi.  The other is thru Haggar and his son Ishmael.  Ishmael is the ancestor of Muhammad and joins with the Royalty with Alphonso VI King of Leon and Castillo’s marriage to Zayda Princess of Seville.  Zayda (Saint Gracia) is descended from Ishmael.  Alphonso VI ‘s line joins with the English kings after passing thru Saint Fernando the Third whose daughter Elanore married King Edward the First.


King David of Judah has two lines that join with the Kings of Wessex (England) and the Kings of Aragon (Spain). One line thru Nathan and one line thru Solomon.  Keep in mind that the Lord Jesus Christ also is descended from King David thru these two lines many years before the two lines again join. The line of Solomon is the same as the biblical line in Mathew until the Babylonian exile.  Shaeltiel is the father of Pediah who is not listed in the scripture both however descendents of Solomon. Zorobabel is the king of Persia son of Pediah. This line rules Babylon until it eventually becomes Royal with Theodoric Duke of Toulouse. His daughter Redburga is the mother of King Aethelwulf  of Wessex died 868 A.D. He also has Levi the Israelite and so the sons of Aaron as his ancestors thru Redburg Queen of Wessex, daughter of Theodoric Duke of Toulouse.  The line of Nathan goes thru Heli as the scripture in the Book of Luke but branches thru the brother of Heli Joseph of Arimathea.  This line eventually goes thru to Saint Margaret of Scotland and so joins with other royalty.


I mentioned Jupiter and Saturnus as descendents of Japeth son of Noah.  Other ancestors named after deities include Thor, who is a few generations the son of Tros King of Troy.  Also included in the file is Odin (born about 215  AD) who is in the line of the Kings of Wessex.  A special note about Zerah the son of Judah.  Some ancestry files list his name as Zeus, and give him the same son as Zerah, the same wife, but do not recognize that Judah is the father.  So possibly Zeus is an ancestor, and is likely the same as Zerah.

The file mentioned above is available from the author.  Please see the offering at the end of the work to obtain your copy.

Saints Table Chronological Order

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