pages 10-19 pages in ANCIENT ANCESTORS

 

                                under Spain, Kings for descendants)

                GUY II

                CLEMENCE m JUHEL II de Mayenne (see under Mayenne for descendants)

                ELA, m 1stly WILLIAM de WARRENNE (see under Warrenne for descendants). She 2ndly m  PATRICK D’ÉVEREUX, 2nd Earl of Salisbury (see under D’Évereux

                     for descendants and for further info on ELA)

 

GUY II, Comte de Ponthieu, d 1147, m IDA

                JEAN I

 

JEAN I, Comte de Ponthieu, d 1191, m BEATRICE de St. POL (see under Luxemburg, Comtes de St Pol for ancestors)

                ADÉLE, m in 1178 THOMAS de St. VALERIE (see under St. Valerie for descendants)

                GUILLAUME IV

 

GUILLAUME IV, Comte de Ponthieu, b 1179, d 1221, m in 1195 ALICE dau of King LOUIS VII of France (see under France, Capetian dynasty, for ancestors)

                MARIE, his heiress, Comtesse de Ponthieu, m SIMON de DAMMARTIN, Comte d’Aumâle (see under Dammartin for descendants)

 

 

ALFHEIM - Jarls

 

ALFGEIR, Jarl of Alfheim

                GANDALF

 

GANDALF, Jarl of Alfheim

                ALFHILD, m SIGURD I of Denmark (see under Denmark for descendants)

 

ALLEMANIA - Dukes

 

GODFREY, Duke of Allemania, son of THEODO II, Duke of Bavaria (see under Bavaria for ancestors), alive 679-708

                HOUCHING

 

HOUCHING, Duke of Allemania, d 709

                HNABI

 

HNABI, Duke of Allemania, Count of Linzgau

                EMMA, d 789, m GERAUD I, Duke of Allemania

 

GERAUD I, Duke of Allemania (Swabia), alive 779, son of GERAUD, Bishop of Mayenne, m wife EMMA above

                HILDEGARDE, m CHARLEMAGNE (see under Carolingian dynasty for descendants)

                ULRICH, Count of Argengau (see under Argengau for descendants)

                HADRIAN, Count of Wormsgau (see under Wormsgau for descendants)


ALSACE - Comtes
 

 

ETICHO I, Duc d’Alsace, d 690, m BERSWINDE d’Autun, dau of SIGIBERT II (see under Merovingian dynasty for ancestors)

                ADALBERT

                ETICHO II, Count of Lower-Alsace (see below)

 

ADALBERT, Duc d’Alsace, d 722, m GERLINDE

                LUITFRID I

 

LUITFRID I, Duc d’Alsace, d 767, m EDITH

                LUITFRID II

 

LUITFRID II, Comte d’Alsace Haut, d 802, m HILTRUDE

                HUGUES

 

HUGUES “le Méfiant”, Comte de Tours & d’Alsace Bas, d 839, m AVA

                Luitfrid III, Comte d’Alsace Haut

                ERMENTRUDE, m CONRAD II of Burgundy (see under Burgundy for descendants)

                HUGUES, Comte de Bourges, etc

                IRMENGARDE m LOTHAIRE, Emperor of Germany, son of LOUIS I of France (see under Carolingian dynasty for descendants)

           ADELAIDE, m 1stly Conrad I, Comte d’Aargau & Auxerre. She 2ndly m RUTPERT IV “Robert the Strong”, Count of Paris (see under Wormsgau for descendants) 

 

HUGUES, Comte de Bourges, Auxerre & Nevers, d after 853  

                STEPHENxe "Bourges - Comtes"

                TERTULLE, m PETRONILLE

                                INGELGAR, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for descendants)

 

STEPHEN, Comte de Bourges, d 864, m dau of Comte RAINARD

                HUGUES

 

HUGUES, Comte de Bourges, killed 892, m 1stly ROHEUT, dau of CHARLES II “the Bald”, King of France (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                RICHILDE I, m THIBAUD, Vicomte de Troyes (see under Blois and Champagne for descendants)

HUGHUES 2ndly m RICHILDIS, dau of BUDWINE, Comte de Metz (see under Metz for ancestors)

                RICHILDE II, m THIBAUD, Comte de Chartres & Bourges (see under Chartres for descendants)

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ETICHO II, Comte d’Alsace Bas (see above), d 723

                ALBERIC

 

ALBERIC, Comte d’Alsace Bas, d 735

                EBERHARD I

 

EBERHARD I, Comte d’Alsace Bas, d 777,m ELIZABETH de Luneville

                MEGINHARD I

 

MEGINHARD I, Count of Hamalant, d 843/4 XE "Hamalant - Counts (See also under Ringleheim)"

                EBERHARD II

 

EBERHARD II, Comte d’Alsace Bas, d 864

                EBERHARD III

 

EBERHARD III, Comte d’Alsace Bas, b 853, d 920, m ADELAIDE, dau of PÉPIN, Comte de Vermandois (see under Vermandois for ancestors)

                HUGUES III

 

HUGUES III of Hohenburg, Comte d’Alsace Bas, b 880, d 940, m HILDEGARDE de FERRETTE

                EBERHARD IV

 

EBERHARD IV, Comte d’Alsace Bas, d 966, m LUITGARDE dau of ADALBERT III, Comte de Metz (see under Metz for ancestors)

                HUGUES III

                GERHARD, a Comte in Alsace, d 1009, m EVA, dau of SIEGFRIED of Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for ancestors)

                                ADELAIDE, m HEINRICH, Duke of Franconia and Carinthia (see under Franconia and Germany for descendants)

                ADALBERT, Comte de Metz m JUDITH, dau of SIEGFRIED II of Luxemburg (see  under Luxemburg for her ancestors & under Metz for their descendants) 

                HEDWIG, m SIEGFRIED II, Comte de Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for descendants)

                ADELAIDE, m HEINRICH son of Duke OTTO of Franconia (see under Germany for descendants)

 

HUGUES III, Comte d’Alsace Bas & Egisheim, d 984, m BERLINDA (see under Ortenberg for ancestors)

                EBERHARD V

                GISELE, m GÉRARD II, Comte de Metz (see under Metz for descendants)

 

EBERHARD V, Vicomte d’Alsace Bas, d 999

                HUGUES V

                ELIZABETH m ERNEST II, Duke of Swabia (see under Swabia for descendants)

                EBERHARD, d 1024, m BERTHA, parents of BERTHA who m WERNHER of Zutphen (see under Zutphen for descendants)

 

HUGUES V, Comte d’Alsace Bas & Upper Lorraine, d 1049, m MAUD of Lithuania

                GERHARD II

                ADELAIDE, m FREDERIC III, Comte de Toul

       Rainald, Comte de Toul, went on 1st Crusade

 

GERHARD II, Comte d’Egisheim, d 1038, m BERTA de Bourgogne

                GERHARD III

               

GERHARD III, Comte d’Egisheim, d 1075, m PETRONILLA of Verdun (see under Verdun for her ancestors)

                HEILWIG (EDITH), d 1118, m GERHARD I (GÉRARD), Comte de Vaudémont (see under Vaudémont for descendants)

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GERHARD, Comte d’Alsace & Duc de Lorraine Bas (see under Lorraine for ancestors), d 1045, m GISELE of Metz (see under Metz for ancestors)

                GERHARD IV

 

GERHARD IV, Comte d’Alsace & Châtenois, Duc de Lorraine Haut, d 1070, m  HEDWIG, dau of ADALBERT I, Comte de Namur (see under Namur for ancestors) 

                DIETRICH II, Duc de Lorraine Haut (see under Lorraine for descendants)

                GERHARD I, Comte de Vaudémont (see under Vaudémont for descendants)

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SIMON I d’Alsace, son of DIETRICH II d’Alsace, Duc de Lorraine Bas (see under Lorraine for ancestors), m ADELAIDE, dau of BAUDOUIN II, Count of Hainault (see under Hainault for ancestors)

                AGATHA, m RENAUD, Comte de Mâcon & Bourgogne (see under Burgundy for descendants)

 

ALTDORF - Counts

 

HEINRICH, Count of Altdorf and Ammergau, son of ETICHO, Count of Ammergau and Breisgau (see under Argengau for ancestors), m as 2nd husband of ATHA von HOHENWARTH, dau of RATPOT I, Count of Hohenwarth

                RUDOLPH I

 

RUDOLPH I, Count of Altdorf, b ca 905, m SIBURGIS

                RUDOLPH II

 

RUDOLPH II, Count of Swabian Altdorf, b ca 927, m ITHA, dau of CUNO, Count of Oeningen (see under Oeningen for ancestors)

                GWELF II

                CUNO, Count of Altdorf

                                dau, m HEINRICH von SCHWEINFURT (see under Schweinfurt for descendants)

 

GWELF II, Count of Altdorf and Lechrain, b ca 965, d 1030, m ERMENTRUDE, dau of FREDERICK I, Comte de Luxemburg (see under Luxemburg for ancestors) 

                KUNIGUNDE, m ALBERTO AZZO II, Marchese d’ESTE (see under Este for descendants)

 

AMALFI - Dukes

 

SERGIUS, Duke of Amalfi, m dau of Count JOHN

                LEONE

 

LEONE of Amalfi

                PORPORA, m ALFANO, Conte di Tabellaria

 

ALFANO, Conte di Tabellaria and PORPORA

                LAIDOLFO

 

LAIDOLFO, Conte di Tabellaria, m ALDARA, dau of TRUPPUALDO, Conte di San Massimo

                PORPORA, m GUIMAR IV, Prince of Salerno, etc. (see under Salerno for descendants)

 

AMIC

 

ADALELME, son of Judge BERENGER of Avignon, d 1036, m BELIELDE, dau of GUILLAUME I, Vicomte de Marseilles XE "Marseille - Vicomtes"  XE "Avignon - Judge of"

                BERENGER (see below)

                AMIC, d ca 1060

                                PIERRE AMIC, d ca 1110, m AGNES

                                                GIRAUD AMIC

 

GIRAUD AMIC, Seigneur de Vedene, d 1113, m AYELMNA

                CONSTANCE, m ROSTAING de Sabran (se under Sabran for descendants)

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BERENGER (see above), Vicomte d’Avignon, d ca 1065, m GERBERGE, dau of MIRON, Comte de Nice and ODILE of Venice 

                RAIMON

 

RAIMÓN, Dean of Avignon, d ca 1097, m sister of Ramón de Posquieres

                RAIMOND

 

RAIMOND, Dean of Avignon, Seigneur de Posquieres, d 1138, m dau of ELEAZER, Seigneur d’Uzes

                BREMOND, Seigneur d’Uzes

                                RAIMOND

 

RAIMOND, Seigneur d’Uzes, alive 1200, m BEATRICE

                ROSINE, his heiress, m ROSTAING, Seigneur de Sabran (see under Sabran for descendants)

 

AMIENS - Comtes

 

RAOUL I “de Cambrai”, Comte de Valois & Vexin, son of HEILWISE of Friuli (see under Friuli for ancestors) and HUCBALD, Count of Ostervant

                RAOUL

 

RAOUL de Gouy, Comte d’Ostervant, Amiens, Valois and Vexin, d 965, m HILDEGARDE dau of ERMENFROI, Comte d’Amiens

                GAUTHIER I

 

GAUTHIER I, Comte de Vexin et Amiens, d 987, m EVE dau of LANDRY, Comte de Dreux (see under Dreux for ancestors).

                GAUTHIER II

GAUTHIER I  2ndly m ADÉLE, dau of FULK I, Comte d’Anjou (see under Anjou for ancestors)

 

GAUTHIER II, “the White”, Comte de Vexin & Amiens, d 1027, m ADELA dau of BERNARD, Comte de Senlis (see under St. Liz for ancestors)

                RAOUL II

                DREUX, Comte d’Amiens (see below)

                ADELA, m HUGUES I, Comte de Meulan (see under Meulan for descendants)

 

RAOUL II, Comte de Vexin, d ca 1030, m ADÉLE de Bréteuil (see under Bréteuil for ancestors)

                RAOUL III

                THIBAULT I de Crespy (see under Crespy for descendants)

                ALICE, m as 2nd wife of THIBAULT III, Comte de Blois & Champagne (see under Blois for descendants)

 

RAOUL III, Comte de Vexin, d 1064, m ADÉLE de Bar-sur-Aube

                ADELA, m HERBERT IV, Comte de Vermandois (see under Vermandois for descendants)

                HAWISE, m ROGER MORTIMER (see under Mortimer for descendants)

                ALAIS, m BARTHOLOMEW de BROYE, parents of SIMON I de Broye, Comte de Beaufort

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DREUX , Comte d’Amiens (see above), also known as DROGO, m as 1st husband of GODA (GODGIFU) dau of King ETHELRED and sister of King Edward the Confessor (see under England, Kings, for ancestors)

                Walter III, Comte de Mantes, living 1063

                RALF “the Timid”, made Earl of Hereford, d 1057, m GYTHA (see under Ewyas for descendants)

                Fulk, Bishop of Amiens (1030-58)

                ADÉLE, m ALBERIC de COUCY (see under Coucy for descendants)

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HERLOUIN, Comte de Ponthieu & Amiens (see under Alençon for ancestors)

                ROGER, Comte de Ponthieu

                                HUGUES, Seigneur d’Abbeville (see under Ponthieu for descendants)

 

AMPURIAS - Condes

 

SUNIARIO I, Conde de Ampurias & Rosellon, son of BELLON, Visigoth Comte de Carcassonne (see under Carcassonne for ancestors), d 848 XE "Rosellon - Condes"

                SUNIARIO II

 

SUNIARIO II, Conde de Ampurias & Rosellon, alive 915, m ERMENGARDA

                GAUSBERTO I

 

GAUSBERTO I, Conde de Ampurias & Rosellon, alive 915-31, m TRUDEGARDA

                ERMENGARDA, m OLIVA II, Conde de Bezalu & Cerdagne (see under Barcelona for  descendants)

 

ANDALUSIA - Moorish Spain

 

Notes: The name is derived from Vandalusia, the southern half of Spain into which the Vandals were driven ca 419/20 by WALLIA of the Visigoths.

                In 711 MÛSA ibn NUSAIR, the Arab governor of the Mahgreb (the West) sent his freedman Tarik ibn Ziyad es-Sadfi on an exploratory raid to Al-Andaluz, the Moor name for southern Spain. He landed at Gibraltar and nearby beat in battle the last Visigoth King, Roderigo. MÛSA then joined Tarik and they took the Visigoth capital Toledo. The ruling Arab and much more numerous Berber Moors settled only as far north as olives would grow; and the Arabs took the best districts, divided by a bitter feud between the Qais and the Kalb, while the Berbers got the lesser districts.

                MÛSA was recalled to Damascus by Caliph HISHAM and followed by his (MUSA’s) son ABD-al-AZIZ, Hurr who crossed the Pyrenees in 717/18, Samh who captured Narbonne in 720, and the Emir Abd-ar-Rahman who was defeated at Tours or Poitiers by CHARLES MARTEL and Duke EUDO of Aquitaine in 732.

                For ancestries of the following see under Muhammad the Prophet and his family.

 

MARWAN 9th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (683-85), son of al-HAKAM (descended from the senior branch of the Quraish tribe through ABD SHAMS, grand-uncle of the Prophet Muhammud) and AMINA bint ‘ALKAMA, m A’ISHA bint MU’AWIYA ben al-Mughira

                Abd al-Aziz, Governor of al-Andaluz, b 624, assassinated 705, m Uman ‘Asin

                                Abd al-Aziz Umar II, 13th Caliph of Damascus (717-20)

                ABD al-MALIK, 10th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (685-705)

                                Al-Walid I, 11th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (705-15)

                                                Ibrahim, 17th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (744), deposed

                          Yazid III, 18th Omayyad Caliph,of Damascus (744)

                                Süleyman , 12th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (715-17)

                                Yazid II, 14th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (720-24)

                                                Al-Walid II, 16th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (743-44)

                                HISHAM I, 15th Omayyad Caliph of Damascus (724-43)

                                                MU’AWIYA, b 715, d 736, m BERNER RAYA

                                                                ‘ABD ar-RAHMÃN I, Emir of al-Andalus (765-88), m KHAZRF  

 

                In 755/6 following the Abbasid take-over of the Damascus Caliphate, ABD ar-RAHMÃN ibn Mu’awiyah al-Dakhil, an Omayyad prince, having escaped the Abbasid massacre by swimming across the Euphrates, landed on the south coast in 755, and gradually took over the whole of Spain except the NE corner. He died in 788 and his dynasty ruled al-Andaluz for over two centuries.

                HISHÃM I, his pious son,  succeeded him as Emir of Córdoba (788-96)

                                Al-HAKAM I, Emir of Córdoba (796-822), m HALAWAH

                                                 ABD al-RAHMÃN II, Emir of Córdoba (822-52)  

                                                                MUHAMMAD I, Emir of Córdoba (852-86), m ISHAR

                                                                                Al-Mundhir, Emir of Córdoba (886-8), poisoned by his brother ABD ALLAH

                                                                                ‘ABD ALLÃH, Emir of Córdoba (888-912), m ONECA FORTUNEZ (b 847), dau of FORTÚN GARCÉS, King of

                                                                                     Navarre. She 2ndly m AZNUR SANCHEZ de Larron

                                                                                MUHAMMAD, son of SANCHEZ de Larron 

                                                                                                ‘ABD ar-RAHMÃN III (Abd ar-Rahman ibn Muhammad ibn Abd Allah ibn Muhammad ibn Abd ar-Rahman

                                                                                                                     ibn Al-Hakam ibn Hiham ibn Abd ar-Rahman ad-Dakil)

                                                               

‘ABD-ar-RAHMÃN III al-Nasir, Emir of Córdoba (912-61), b 891,  the greatest of the Spanish Omayyads, in 929 assumed at his capital Córdoba both the titles of Caliph and Amir al-muminin (Commander of the Faithful).

                Al-HAKAM II

 

Al-HAKAM II al-Mustansir, Ummayad Caliph of Córdoba (961-76) had a Vizir Muhamad ibn bi’Amir (al Mansur, d 1002)

                Hisham II, al-Mu’ayyad, Caliph of Córdoba (976-1009 & 1010-13)

                Son

                                Muhammad II al-Mahdï, Caliph of Córdoba (1009 & 1010)

                                ‘Abd al-Rahman V al-Mustazhir, Caliph of Córdoba ((1023-24)

                Son

                                Sulaymãn al-Musta‘ïn, Caliph of Córdoba (1009-10 & 1013-16)

                MUDARRA (MUNIA DÍAS), m NUÑO GONSALEZ, Conde de Lara (see under Lara for descendants)

 

Hisham II, Caliph of Córdoba (981-1002) was a mere puppet and his Vizier Ibi Abi Amir al-Mansur was the effective ruler until he died also in 1002 (he m much at the same time Teresa of ÁMARA, the Abbess of San Salvador, Oneca Garces of Castile and Abda “la Vascona” of Navarre). His two sons Muzaltar and Abdullah al-Malik (d 1008) then ruled until Caliph Mahomet II was enthroned in 1009, followed by Hisham III who was the last Caliph at Córdoba being deposed in 1031. Sons of Abd er-Rahman, a 3rd son of al-Mansur, became autonomous Emirs of Toledo and Valencia

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ZEYD

                ABDUR-RAHMAN

                                NOSEIR

                                                MUSA

 

MÛSA ibn NOSEIR el- Bekri, Omayyad Governor of the Mahgreb, Viceroy of Ifriquia,  appointed 2nd  Viceroy of El-Andaluz (712-14) for the Caliph in Damascus, b 660 in Mecca, d 718 a prisoner in Damascus

                ABD el-AZIZ

                Isa ibn Musa, nominated as future Caliph by Abu’l-Abbas, 1st Abbasid Caliph of Damascus

 

ABD el-AZIZ (Aboalli) ibn MUSA, 3rd Viceroy of El-Andaluz (714-15), beheaded 717 in the Seville mosque, and  his son had a grandson ZADAN ZADA

 

ZADAN ZADA, Lord of Gava

                ORTIGA, m as 2nd wife of RAMÍRO II who d 950 (see under León Kings, for ancestors and descendants)

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NAIM

                ITTAF, went to Spain in 741

                                AMRU

                                                ASLAM

                                                                AMRU

                                                                                ABBAD, ancestor of the Abbadite dynasty of Seville

                                                                                                KARIS

                                                                                                                ISMAËL

                                                                                                                                MUHAMMAD I

 

ABU’l KASIM MUHAMMAD I (al-Mu-tadid), Emir of Seville (1023-42), b 990, d 1068, major developer of the Alhambra, m dau of MUJAHID ben YUSUF, a freed slave of al-Mansur who became Governor of Denia (1014-44) and conquered to become King of the Balearic Isles (1015-44) and who was succeeded as King of the Balaeric Isles by his son Ali Ikbal ben Mujahid (1044-76) 

                MUHAMMAD II Note: Abu Amru Abbad el-Mu’tadhid was Emir of Seville (1042-69)

                Ismaël

 

MUHAMMAD II (al-Mu’tamid), b 1040, Emir of Seville (1069-91), d 1095. When the Almoravides took Seville in 1091 al-Mu’tamid was exiled in Morocco and wrote great poetry!

                ZAYDA (Elizabeth) - see note below - 1stly m Fath al-Ma’mun. She 2ndly m or was the mistress of  ALFONSO VI of Castile (see under Castile for descendants). Note: It

                     is uncertain whether ZAYDA  was really the daughter of al-Mu’tamid or whether Fath al-Ma’mun was his son. Fath al-Ma’mun was killed defending Córdoba in

                     1091.

 

ANDECH - Counts

 

BERTHOLD II, Count of Diessen (see under Diessen for ancestors),

                BERTHOLD III, Count of Andech

                Arnold, Count of Andech, d 1104

 

BERTHOLD III, Count of Andech d 1098, m GISELA von SCHWEINFURT (see under Schweinfurt for ancestors)

                BERTHOLD IV

 

BERTHOLD IV, Count of Diessen, Strain & Plassenburg, and ruler of Andech, b 1096/8, d 1151, m SOPHIA, dau of POPPO II, Count of Weimar and Margrave of Istria (see under Istria and Weimar for ancestors)

                BERTHOLD V

 

BERTHOLD V, Count of Andech, Innsbruch and Wolfratschausen, Margrave of Istria, b 1122/3, d ca 1188, m HEDWIG, dau of ECKBERT II, Count of FORMBACH-PUTTEN (see under Quinziggau for ancestors) 

                BERTHOLD VI

 

BERTHOLD VI, Count of Antioch, Margrave of Istria, Duke of Croatia and Meran, b ca 1152, d 1204, m AGNES, dau of DEDO V, Count of Groitsch-Rochlitz (see under Wettin for ancestors)

                GERTRUDE von MERAN, d 1213, m ANDREW II, King of Hungary (see under Hungary for descendants)

 

ANDUZE - Seigneurs de la Voute

 

BERNARD, Marquis d’Anduze, m in 1013 GARSINDE, dau of GUILLAUME de Béziers and GARSINDE (see under Béziers for ancestors)

                BERNARD II

 

BERNARD II d’Anduze, m EUSTACE, dau of RAYMOND, Vicomte de Narbonne and RICARDE de Rodez (see under Narbonne for ancestors)

                BERNARD III

 

BERNARD III d’Anduze, m GARSINDE, dau of PONS, Comte de Toulouse and ADELMODE de la Marche (see under Toulouse for ancestors)

                RAYMOND II

 

RAYMOND II d’Anduze, m SIBYL, dau of BEGON, Seigneur de Calmont and FLORENCE

                BERNARD V

 

BERNARD V d’Anduze, d 1165, m ADELA, dau of GODFREY, Seigneur de Roquefeuil

                BERNARD VI d’Anduze

                                son

                                                BERMOND IV d’Anduze

                                                                ROGER d’Anduze

 

ROGER d’Anduze, m BEATRICE de Comminges (see under Comminges for ancestors)

                RAYMOND

 

RAYMOND d’Anduze, Seigneur de la Voute, m in 1281 RAIMBAUDE, dau of BERTRAND RAIMBAUDE de Simiane and MABEL ADHEMAR

                TIBURGE, m GUILLAUME des Baux (see under Baux for descendants)

 

ANGOULÊME - Comtes

 

THEODORICUS the Jewish Duc de Toulouse (almost certainly the Jewish Prince MAHHIR sent by Caliph Haroun-al-Raschid following a request from CHARLEMAGNE) d 782, m as 1st husband of ALDANE (AUDE), dau of CHARLES MARTEL (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                St. GUILLAUME, Comte de Toulouse, d 844, 2nd m AUBERGE (see under Narbonne for descendants)

                BERNARD

 

BERNARD, Comte d’Autun, Margrave of Septimania, d 844, m in 824, DUODENE, dau of CHARLEMAGNE (see under Carolingian dynasty for ancestors)

                ROSALINDA, m VULGRIN I, Comte d’Angoulême, son of ULRICH I, Count of Argengau

 

VULGRIN I, d 886, and ROSALINDA above

                ALDOUIN I

                GUILLAUME, Comte de Périgord (see under La Marche for descendants)

 

ALDOUIN I, Comte d’Angoulême, d 916

                GUILLAUME I TAILLIFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 962

                ARNAUD I “Manzer, an illegitimate son by a concubine, probably Jewish, because “mamzer” in Hebrew means child of a mixed Christian and Jewish marriage

 

ARNAUD I “Manzer”, Comte d’Angoulême, d a monk 988/92, 1stly m HILDEGARDE

                GUILLAUME II

ARNAUD 2ndly m ALDEGARDE, widow of HERBERT I, Vicomte de Thouars and dau of CADELON III, Vicomte d’Aunay

 

GUILLAUME II TAILLIFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1028, m GERBERGE d’Anjou, dau of GEOFFREY I, Comte d’ Anjou (see under Anjou, Comtes for ancestors)

                GEOFFREY I

 

GEOFFREY I  TAILLIFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1048, m PETRONILLE d’Archiac, dau of MAYNARD “le Riche” d’Archiac and HILDEGARDE

                FULK

 

FULK TAILLIFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1087, m CONDOHE, dau of OUNORMAN VAGENA, dau of ROBERT, Comte d’Eu (see under Eu for ancestors)

                GUILLAUME III

 

GUILLAUME III TAILLEFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1118, , m VITAPOY, dau of AMANJEU de Benauges

                WULGRIN II

 

WULGRIN II TAILLEFER, Comte d’Angoulême, b 1089, d 1140, m 1stly PONCE de Montgomery (see under Montgomery for ancestors)

                GUILLAUME IV

 

GUILLAUME IV TAILLIFER, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1179, m 1st Emma, dau of Ademer de Limoges

GUILLAUME IV m 2ndly as 3rd husband of MARGUERITE de Turenne (see under Turenne for ancestors)

                VULGRIN III

                AYMER TAILLEFER, Comte d’Angoulême, (see above) d 1202, m ALICE de COURTENAY (see under Courtenay for ancestors)

                                ISABELLE d’Angoulême, b 1186, d 1246 hiding in a darkened cell at Fontrevrault after being implicated in a plot to poison King LOUIS, m 1stly JOHN of

                                     ENGLAND (see under England, Kings for descendants). She 2ndly m HUGUES X de Lusignan (see under Lusignan for  descendants)

 

VULGRIN III, Comte d’Angoulême, d 1181

                MAUD, m HUGUES IX de Lusignan jure uxoris Comte d’Angoulême  (see under Lusignan for ancestors and descendants)

 

ANGUS – Earls (See under Douglas, Kyme & Stewart)

 

ANJOU - Comtes

 

INGELGER d’Angers (870-888), son of TERTULLE, grandson of HUGUES “le Méfiant” (see under Alsace for ancestors), m ADELAIDE de Gastinois, dau of GEOFFROY, Comte de Gastinois

                FULK I

 

FULK I “le Roux”, Vicomte d’Angers (898-905), Vicomte de Tours & Angers (905-09) & Comte d’Anjou (909-38) . He said “an unlettered king is a crowned ass”. He m ROSALIE (ROCILLA), dau of GARNIER, Seigneur des Loches, Villandry & la Haie

                FULK II

                ADÉLE, m GAUTIER I, Comte de Vexin, Valois & Amiens (see under Vexin for descendants)

 

FULK II “le Bon”, Comte d’Anjou (938-960), m GERBERGA of the Gâtinais, dau of HUGUES I, Comte de Maine (see under Maine for ancestors) 

                GEOFFREY I

                BOUCHARD IV, Comte de Vendôme (see under Vendôme for descendants)

                BLANCHE, m in 975 GUILLAUME III, Comte de Toulouse (see under Toulouse for descendants). She 2ndly m ROBERT I, Comte d’Auvergne (see under Auvergne

                         for descendants)

                ADÉLE, m ÉTIENNE, Vicomte de Gievaudin (see under Gievaudin for descendants)

 

GEOFFREY I “Grisegonelle(Greytunic), Comte d’Anjou (960-987) & Comte de Châlons (978-987), m 1stly as 2nd husband of ADELAIDE de Châlons (see under Châlons for ancestors)

                FULK III

                GERBERGE, m GUILLAUME II, Comte d’Angoulême (see under Angoulême for descendants)

                ADELAIDE, d 1002, m GUILLAUME I, Comte de Provence (see under Provence for descendants)

GEOFFREY I 2ndly m ADELAIDE de Châlons (see under Châlons for ancestors)

                ERMENGARDE, m as 2nd wife of CONAN I, Comte de Bretagne whose dau JUDITH m RICHARD II of Normandy (see under Normandy for descendants)

 

FULK III “Nerra (the Black), Comte d’Anjou (987-1040), m 1stly and later murdered (“when he caught her behind a barn rutting with a goatherd”) ELIZABETH dau of BOUCHARD IV, Comte de Vendôme (see under Vendôme for ancestors). FULK was sentenced to make a triple pilgrimage to Jerusalem while wearing shackles, and that he did, 1st in 1002, some 15,000 miles on foot!

                ADÉLE, Comtesse de Vendôme, m BODO de Nevers (see under Nevers for descendants)

                GUNNORE, m GILBERT CRISPIN (see under Crispin for descendants)

FULK III 2ndly m HILDEGARDE of Metz (see under Metz for ancestors)

                Geoffrey II Martel, succeeded him as Comte d’Anjou (1040-1059), Comte de Vendôme

                ERMENGARDE, m 1stly GEOFFREY II Comte de Gâtinais (see below). She 2ndly m ROBERT I, son of ROBERT II, King of France (see under France for

                         descendants)

 

GEOFFREY III de CHATEAU-LANDON, Comte de Gâtinais (see under Gâtinais for ancestors), d post 1034, and ERMENGARDE (see above)

                Geoffrey III, “le Barbu”, Comte d’Anjou (1060-1068), d 1097

                                Saintogne

                FULK IV

                Hildegarde, m as 2nd wife of JOSCELIN I, Seigneur de Courtenay

 

FULK IV “le Rechin” (the Grumbler), Comte de Tours & Touraine, (1068-1109), b 1043, m 1stly HILDEGARDE, dau of LANCELIN II, Seigneur de Beaugency (see under Beaugency for ancestors)

                ERMENGARDE, m ALAN FERGANT IV, Comte de Bretagne (see under Brittany for descendants)

FULK IV 2ndly m Ermengarde, dau of Archembaud IV, Seigneur de Bourbon

                Geoffrey IV Martel, Comte d’Anjou (1098-1106), may have m an illeg dau of King WILLIAM I

FULK IV m 3rdly Arengarde, dau of Isambard, Seigneur de Châtel Aillon

FULK IV 4thly m BERTRADA (who 2ndly m PHILIPPE I, King of France), dau of SIMON I, Seigneur de Montfort l’Amauri (see under Montfort for ancestors) by his 2nd wife AGNES of ÉVREUX

                FULK V

                IVO de TAILEBOIS (see under Tailebois for descendants)

 

FULK V, “le Jeune”, Comte d’Anjou (1109-1129 when abdicated) and jure uxoris of Maine (1110-1129), b 1092, Count of Tyre and Ptolemais 1129, crowned King of Jerusalem 1131, d 1144 in the plain of Acre. He 1stly m EREMBURGE, Comtesse de Maine, d 1126, dau of HÉLIE I de La Flèche, (see under Maine for ancestors) Comte de Maine by his wife MATILDA de Château-du-Loire   

                GEOFFREY V (Plantagenet), Comte d’ Anjou & Maine

                Hélie II, Comte de Maine 

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