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Gerberga, comtessa de Provença

Birthdate:
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Geoffroi I, comte de Provence and Étiennette, comtesse de Provence
Wife of Gilbert I, Count of Gevaudan and Gilbert I, vicomte de Millau et Gévaudan
Mother of Douce I de Gévaudan, comtesse de Provence and Étiennette (Stéphanette) de Gévaudan
Sister of Bertrand de Provence, comte de Provença and Etiennette de Provence, comtesse consorte de Bésalu

Occupation: Countess of Provence, Grevinne, Grevinna i Provence 1093-1112, Comtesse, d'Arles
Managed by: Jocelynn Elaine Oakes
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About Gerberge, comtesse de Provence

Gerberge de Provence

Parents: Geoffroy, Comte de Provence & his wife Etienne (Stephanie)

Spouse: Girbert [Gilbert], Vicomte de Milhaud, de Gévaudan

Children:

1. Douce

2. Stephanie

LINKS

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/PROVENCE.htm#_Toc220666443

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerberge_de_Provence

MEDIEVAL LANDS

GERBERGE de Provence, daughter of [GEOFFROY Comte de Provence & his wife Etiennette ---] (-[3 Feb 1112/Jan 1118]). According to the Histoire Générale de Languedoc, Gerberge was the daughter of Comte Geoffroy[368]. The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. Ctss de Provence 1093/1112.

m (1058) GIRBERT Vicomte de Gévaudan, de Millau et de Carlat (part), son of BERENGER [II] Vicomte de Gévaudan et de Millau & his wife Adela Vicomtesse de Carlat (-murdered [1110/12]). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. The Brevi Historia Comitum Provinciæ records the death "circa 1110" of "Gilberto comite Provinciæ" left his widow "Tiburgia…comitissa" and "Dulcia unica filia"[369].

Vicomte Girbert & his wife had two children:

1. DOUCE [Dolça/Dulcia] de Gévaudan (-[1127/30]). The Brevi Historia Comitum Provinciæ records that "Gilberto comite Provinciæ" left his widow "Tiburgia…comitissa" and "Dulcia unica filia" and the latter's marriage to "Raymundus-Berengarii vulgo Cap-De stoupes…dictus, Comes Barcinonæ in Catalonia"[370]. The primary source which confirms her parentage and her marriage has not yet been identified. Ctss de Provence, Vicomtesse de Millau, de Gévaudan, et de Carlat (part). "Raimundus…comes et Provincie marchio" donated property to Saint-Victor, Marseille by charter dated 28 Jul 1094, also confirming donations by "Dulcis comitissa", signed by "Alvira comitissa"[371]. "Raymondi comes Barchinonensis, Dulciæ comitissæ uxoris eius, Raimundi et Berengarii filiorum suorum…" subscribed the charter dated [4/12] Feb 1114 under which "Bernardus Wilelmi…comes Ceritaniensis" donated property to the abbey of la Grasse[372]. "Dultie comitisse" signed a charter of "domni Raimundi…comitis et marchionis Burchinone et Provintie" dated 7 Mar 1125[373].

m (3 Feb 1112) as his third wife, RAMÓN BERENGUER III Conde de Barcelona, son of RAMÓN BERENGUER II "Cap d'Estopes" Conde de Barcelona & his wife Mathilde di Apulia (11 Nov 1082-19 Jul 1131). He succeeded in 1113 as Comte de Provence.

- see below, Chapter 5. COMTES de PROVENCE 1113-1246 (BARCELONA).

2. STEPHANIE de Gévaudan (-after 1160). Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated 4 Aug 1145 under which Emperor Konrad III granted the right to mint coinage at Arles, Aix and at their château de Trinquetaille to Raymond de Baux and Etiennette his wife, and reconfirmed his possessions acquired since the death of his father Guillaume-Hugues and all the possessions of comte Girbert and comtesse Françoise Gerberge, parents of Etiennette[374]. The Brevi Historia Comitum Provinciæ incorrectly names "Berengarius primogenitus…Gilbertus secundo-natus qui fuit Comes Provinciæ, Raimundus tertio-natus, et Stephana qui fuit uxor Raimundi de Bauxio" as the children of "Raymundus-Berengarii vulgo Cap-De stoupes…dictus, Comes Barcinonæ in Catalonia" & his wife[375]. Raymond de Baux, his wife Etiennette and their son Hugues de Baux abandoned property rights in favour of the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem by charter dated May 1121[376]. "Raimundus de Baucio…consilio…uxoris mee Stephanie et filiorum meorum" made a donation by charter dated 1143[377].

m (before [1110/15]) RAYMOND de Baux Seigneur de Berre, son of GUILLAUME-HUGUES de Baux & his wife Vierne --- (-Barcelona 1150).

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WIKIPEDIA (Eng)

Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1111 or 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars.

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Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to them. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars.

Preceded by

Bertrand II Countess of Provence

1093 – 1112 Succeeded by

Douce I and Raymond Berengar I

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Gerberga of Provence

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1111 or 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars.

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Geoffrey I of Provence

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Geoffrey was succeeded by his son Bertrand. One daughter became the first wife of Raymond IV of Toulouse, another, Stephanie, married William II of Besalú and the third was Gerberga, married Gilbert I of Gévaudan.

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Raymond IV, Count of Toulouse

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Raymond IV of Toulouse was married three times, and twice excommunicated for marrying within forbidden degrees of consanguinity. His first wife was his cousin, and the mother of his son Bertrand.

-------------------- Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars. -------------------- Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1111 or 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars. -------------------- Gerberga (c. 1060 – 1115) was the Countess of Provence from 1093 to 1112. She was a sister of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars. -------------------- She was a daughter of Bertrand II of Provence and Matilda.

In 1073, she married Gilbert I of Gévaudan. He was assassinated in 1111 and, the following year, she married her eldest daughter Douce off to Raymond Berengar III of Barcelona and ceded Provence to him. Her second daughter, Stephanie, would lay claim to the county and thus precipitate the Baussenque Wars.