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About Adelaide of Tours

The name of Robert le Fort's wife is not attested in primary sources. According to some modern scholars she was Adelaide or Adalais, a daughter of Hugh of Tours (and thus an Etichonid) and the widow of Conrad I of Auxerre (died 862), a Welf. Since Robert already had children by 862, Adelaide would have to have been his second wife. French genealogist Christian Settipani has identified the source of this identification as the unreliable twelfth-century Chronicle of Saint-Bénigne de Dijon, which was interpolated into the chronicle of Alberic of Trois-Fontaines.[4] Europäische Stammtafeln has identified Robert's first wife as a certain Agane. Whatever the facts, two of Robert's sons became kings of France: Odo and Robert.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_the_Strong

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Adelheid d'Alsace F, #8858 Last Edited=9 Feb 2003

    Adelheid d'Alsace is the daughter of Hugues d'Alsace, Comte d'Alsace.

Children of Adelheid d'Alsace and Conrad, Comte d'Auxerre -1. Guelph I Herzog von Bayern+ d. b 876 -2. Conrad II, Comte d'Auxerre+ d. b 876

Forrás / Source: http://www.thepeerage.com/p886.htm#i8858

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From http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps04/ps04_358.htm

When she married Robert, Adelaide ("Aelis") was widow of Conrad I, Count of Aargau and Auxerre, who died 03-22-863.

References: [AR7]

Ref: Weis' "Ancestral Roots" (48:17), (181:6)

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konradiner ...Udo, graf im Lahngau married NN, tochter von Konrad I, graf von Auxerre (Welfen) und Adelheid von Tours (Eticonen)

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"While there are many conjectures regarding the wife of Robert, her identity and even her name cannot be definitively determined. Robert had two sons, in addition to several speculated daughters whose existence or identity as Robert's daughters cannot be definitively shown:[4]"

Children

  1. Odo of France, King of Western Francia[1]
  2. Robert I of France, King of Western Francia.[1]

Notes

She cannot have been a daughter of Louis the Pious & Ermengarde of Hesbaye. Their daughter Adelaide was born about 799 & Ermengarde died in 818. Robert the Strong's son Odo was born in 852, suggesting a mother born between 820-835.

Citations

  1. Detlev Schwennicke, Europäische Stammtafeln: Stammtafeln zur Geschichte der Europäischen Staaten, Neue Folge, Band II (Marburg, Germany: J. A. Stargardt, 1984), Tafel 10
  2. Einar Joranson (1923), The Danegeld in France (Rock Island: Augustana), 59–61.
  3. Jim Bradbury, The Capetians, Kings of France 987-1328 (London: Hambledon Continuum, 2007), p. 24 ISBN 978-1-85285-528-4
  4. Stewart Baldwin, "Robert the Strong", The Henry Project, [1]

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Adélaïde, princesse d'Alsace

Elle est aussi connue sous le nom de Adélaïde de Tours, Adelherd de Tours, Aélis de Tours d'Alsace et Adélaïde de Tours d'Alsace.

Elle est la fille de Hugues II, comte de Tours et Sundgau dit le Peureux et Ava de Morvois d'Alsace.

Elle nait en 815. Elle épouse Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux, fils de Welf Ier, comte de Bavière et Heilwige de Saxe en 834. Elle épouse Robert, duc de Neustrie dit le Fort, fils de Wiltrude d' Orléans et Robert Robertien, comte de Worms en 864. Elle décède vers 882.

Liste de ses enfants connus:

+ 1. Robert Ier, roi de France (866 - 923) (de Robert, duc de Neustrie dit le Fort)

  2. Eudes, roi de France (856 - ) (de Robert, duc de Neustrie dit le Fort)
  3. Adèle de France (de Robert, duc de Neustrie dit le Fort)
  4. Hugues l' Abbé

+ 5. Conrad, duc de Bourgogne-Transjurane dit Jeune (835 - 876) (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux)

  6. Hugues, comte d' Auxerre (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux)

+ 7. Eve d' Auxerre (830 - 856) (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux) + 8. Welf Ier d' Ammergau, seigneur d'Argengau et Linzgau (838 - 876) (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux) + 9. Pétronille d' Auxerre de Bourgogne (837 - ) (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux) + 10. Judith Welf (840 - ) (de Conrad Ier, comte d' Auxerre Welf dit le Vieux)

Source: http://genealogiequebec.info/testphp/info.php?no=21796

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Adelaide of Tours's Timeline

794
794
Germany
819
819
Tours, Indre-et-Loire, Centre, France
825
825
Age 6
Bourgogne (within present France), Frankish Empire
825
Age 6
Rheineck, Rheinland, Prussia
825
Age 6
830
830
Age 11
Roussillon, Isere, Rhone Alpes, France
830
Age 11
835
835
Age 16
Altdorf,Mittelfranken,Bayern,Germany
840
840
Age 21
Argengau, Germany
845
845
Age 26
Tours,France