| 1202 B.C. - Yes, date unknown
||Troy (present day Turkey) 
||Yes, date unknown
||Norway Tree - all data
||26 Oct 2016 | Edit |
- Helenus was a twin to Cassandra and also a prophet. Helenus later married Andromache, who was first married to his brother, Hector. She was taken captive by the Greeks and married to Pyrrhus, the son of Achilles. When Pyrrhus died, the Greeks gave Andromache to Helenus as a reward for his help at the very end of the Trojan War.
Andromache was the daughter of Etion, King of Cilician Thebes. Sources do not list Andromache as the mother of Genger. She is placed here as the only wife of Helenus that I know of at present. My guess is that she was not the only wife he had.
- [S000048] Ferguson-1998, Ferguson, June, (14 Jun 1998).
- [S000116] Stuart-2002, Stuart, Roderick W, (Genealogical Publishing Co: 2002 4th Edition), p 160.
- [S000409] Lund-Est-2005, Lund, Ira J., (Latrobe Pennsylvania: 2005-2015).