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Ermentrude of France MP (875 - 914)

"Irmentrude", "Ermentrude", "Princess of France"

The identity of her husband is uncertain. He was possibly Regnier I . See Stewart Baldwin's analysis at (visited June 23, 2011). Ermentrude Princess of West Franks Female, (about 870 - ) Ermentru...

6/12/2007 4/21/2014

Landrade of Austrasia MP (c.723 - c.787)

"Landrada", "Landrade", "Landrée", "Landree"

Her ancestry is controversial. No original source names her her parents but there is a theory she might have been a daughter of Charles Martel. Settipani quotes an Aquitaine necrology which lists "...

6/2/2007 8/18/2013

N.N. d'Austrasie MP (c.740 - d.)

8/17/2009 8/12/2013

Adelaid or Athalia MP (c.798 - c.820)

"Aeda 'Adele' Ferderunda Carolingian daughter of Pepin", "and Ingeltrude d'Autun (profile is locked so double mothers cannot be corrected)", "Adélaïde", "Alda", "Adelheid", "Itta", "Aeda", "Adela", "Attala", "Atala"

The mother of Oda was one of the four daughters of Pepin of Italy: Athalia, Gundreda, Bertha or Theodrade. Ben M. Angel summary: Relationships: Parents: Pepin I, King of Italy (born Carloman, 777...

4/12/2007 6/26/2013

Bertbelle (Fictitious Person) MP (c.750 - d.)


She is said to have been daughter of Pepin "the Short" and Berthe (Bertrade) de Laon .

11/19/2008 1/25/2013

Rotrude, daughter of Lothair I MP (c.836 - c.882)

Stewart Baldwin: Rotrude , baptized in Pavia, 835×840; probably m. Lambert, count, possibly the same person as Lambert II, d. 852, count of Nantes. The only explicit information about Rotr...

11/14/2010 1/22/2013

Aude of Austrasia MP (c.715 - c.804)

"Adalne", "Aida", "Alda", "Aldana", "Aldane", "Auda", "Aude", "Aude of Toulouse", "Aude De Toulouse"

From the French Wikipedia page on Aude de France: Aude, Aida, Alda, Aldana ou Adalne (732-après 755?) est fille naturelle de Charles Martel et probablement de Rotrude et la mère de sa...

5/14/2007 12/19/2012

Rothilde of the Franks MP (c.843 - 928)

1/3/2008 12/12/2012

Charles 'the Younger', King of the Franks MP (c.772 - 811)

"Karolus", "Karlus", "Carolus des Francs", "Charles II", "Duke of Ingelheim"

Charles the Younger Carolingian, Duke of Maine, King of the Franks Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details I have found a place where his death is listed as April, 810. [From Familypedi...

7/5/2007 6/9/2011

Charles II "the Bald", Western Emperor MP (823 - 877)

"Charles II "the Bald"", ""le Chauve"", ""el Calvo"", "Karel "de Kale"", ""il Calvo"", "Charles II", "Holy Roman Emperor", "King of West Francia", "Charles the Bald", "The Bald", "Emperor of HolyRoman empire", "Karel de Kale", "Charles the Bald.he was not in fact bald", "but rat..."

Ben M. Angel notes: Again, if the year is before 962, it is not the Holy Roman Empire, and the ruler is not the Holy Roman Emperor. The first Emperor of the entity that later becomes known as the Holy ...

2/8/2007 6/9/2011

Bernard, King of Lombardy MP (c.797 - 818)

"Bernhard", "Bernard", "Bernardo", "King of Italy", "King Of Lombardy & Italy"

Alternative data from merges: Born Vermandois Austrasia; Born Vermandois Neustria Louis the Pious sentenced him to "blinding" - the process of blinding carried out by means of pressing a red-hot stil...

3/12/2007 5/30/2011

Pépin II, lord of Péronne MP (c.817 - c.848)

"Pépin II", "seigneur de Péronne", "lord of Senlis", "Péronne", "and Saint Quentin", "Pepin Quentin count of Senlis and lord of Valois", "Pepin II Quentin of Peronne de Valois Count of Vermandois", "Count Berenger of Bretagne Count of Bayeux"

He was Seigneur de Senlis, de Peronne and de Saint-Quentin, and a Lay Abbot. He was living in Italy until 834 when he went to France to the court of Louis the Pious. In 840 he was a count in the Paris ...

3/12/2007 5/30/2011

Carloman I (28 June 751 – December 4, 771) was the king of the Franks from 768 until his death in 771. He was the second surviving son of Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon and was a younger...

8/22/2007 5/30/2011

Berta MP (c.800 - d.)

"Adelaide", "Adelaïs", "Adelheid", "Aelis", "Aélis", "Alpais", "Adélaïs (Adelaide", "Aélis) de Aquitane (des Francs)", "abbesse de Saint-Pierre"

Little is known about Berta/ Adelaide/Berte. She is sometimes confused with Adelaide of Tours, wife of Robert the Strong. Berte was the daughter of Louis I the Pious and first wife Ermengard. Her exa...

2/3/2007 5/26/2011

Emperor Lothair I MP (c.795 - 855)

"Lothair I", "Lothar der Franken", "der Karolingers", "King of Italy", "Lothair I of Bavaria", "von Bayern", "van Beieren", "Lothaire", "Lotario", "van Italie", "Lothair I"", ""Lothar der Franken"", ""der Karolingers"", ""King of I..."

* Wikipedia English: Lothair I * Wikipedia Français: Lothaire Ier * Wikipedia Nederlands: Lotharius I Lothair I Emperor of the Romans (Ben M. Angel reminds yet again - the entity that be...

2/17/2007 5/26/2011

Lothair II, king of Lotharingia MP (835 - 869)

"Lothar II", "Lothair II of /Lotharingia/", "Lothar II of /Lorraine/", "Lotharius", "Lothaire II King Of Lorraine", "Lothair of Arles"

From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Lotharingia (covering first his birth family under his father, Lothaire I, then his wife, and his family with his mistress and children): LOTH...

2/17/2007 5/26/2011

Hildegard of Vinzgouw MP (757 - 783)

"Hildegard", "Hildegarda", "Hildegarde", "Hildegardis", "de Vinzgau", "von Vinschgau", "von Vintschgau", "von Vinzgouw", "von Vintzgau", "of Alemannia", "of Swabia", "Mathalgard", "Hathalgardco", "von Vinzgau", "Princess Of Swabia Hildegarde Von Allemannien", "countis de Vinzgau", "Ot..."

Hildegard, 3rd partner & 2nd wife of Charlemagne ==Birth, Parents & Siblings=[Charlemagne] m secondly (Aix-la-Chapelle 771 before 30 Apr) HILDEGARD, daughter of GEROLD Graf im Kraichgau [Udalrichinger]...

2/8/2007 1/6/2011

Himiltrude MP (c.742 - 783)

"Himiltrud", "Himiltrude", "Chimiltrudis", "Imiltrude"

Himiltrude, 1st partner of Charlemagne Charlemagne's first relationship was with Himiltrude. The nature of this relationship is variously described as concubinage, a legal marriage, or a Friedelehe.[...

7/5/2007 1/6/2011

B 720 or 740

6/12/2007 12/20/2010

Bernard, duc de Saint Quentin MP (c.725 - c.784)

Ben M. Angel's summary:Relationships:Parents: Charles Martel and his mistress Chrothrais (Ruadtrud, Ruadheid)Spouse 1: Unknown Frankish woman:Children 1: Adalhard I (c.752-826), Abbot of Corbie (731-82...

6/12/2007 12/20/2010

Grifo MP (c.726 - 753)


Grifo (726–753) was the son of the Frankish major domo Charles Martel and his second wife Swanahild. After the death of Charles Martel power may well have been intended to be divided among G...

6/12/2007 12/20/2010

Carloman, King of the Franks MP (c.713 - 754)

"Carloman de France"

B: 708 or 713 D: 754 or 755 D.Place: Cassino Monastery, Monte Cassino, Frosinone, Italy or Isere, Rhône-Alpes, France Note from Ben M. Angel: In the era of Carloman, France did not exist...

2/7/2007 12/20/2010

Pepin of Landen MP (c.580 - c.639)

"Pepin I "the Old" of Landen", "the Old", "the Elder", "Pepin I", "Mayor of Austrasia//", "Pippin den äldre", "(also Peppin", "Pipin", "or Pippin)", "also called the Elder or the Old", "Mayor of /Austrasia/", "The Elder", "The Old", "Major Domus of Austrasia", "Pepin", "Pipino", "Pepi..."

Pipin av Landen (fransk: Pépin), også kjent som Pipin I, Pipin den eldre eller Pipin den gamle (580–27. februar 640), var hovmester i Austrasia under merovingerkongene Klotar II, D...

2/8/2007 12/20/2010

Pepin II, King of Aquitaine MP (823 - 864)

"Pepin the Younger"

Pepin II, called the Younger (823 – after 864 in Senlis), was King of Aquitaine from 838 as the successor upon the death of his father, Pepin I. Pepin II was eldest son of Pepin I and Ingeltrude...

7/31/2007 12/19/2010

Louis II, 'The German' MP (c.805 - 876)

"The German", "/Louis/II", "'The German'", "Emperior Louis I of the Holy Roman Empire"

Louis the German From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Louis (or Ludwig) the German (also known as Louis II or Louis the Bavarian) (806 – August 28, 876), the third son of the emperor Louis ...

6/20/2007 12/19/2010

Pépin I, king of Aquitaine MP (c.797 - 838)

LOUIS [Hludowic], son of CHARLES I King of the Franks & his second wife Hildegard, married firstly: 1. Ermengard ([794]) ERMENGARD, daughter of ENGUERRAND Comte [de Hesbaye] & his wife --- ([775/80]-An...

5/14/2007 12/19/2010

Lothair MP (778 - 779)


Lothair (778–6 February 779/780), son of Charlemagne & Hildegard, twin of Louis, he died in infancy Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details [ HLOTHAR [Lothar] (Chasseneuil-du-Poi...

7/5/2007 12/19/2010

Louis I, The Pious MP (778 - 840)

"Ludwig der Fromme", "Louis le Pieux", "Keiser Ludvig I le Pieux av Franken", "Keiser Ludvig den fromme", "Keizer Ludvig der Fromme"

Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne & Hildegard Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details Wikipedia * English Louis the Pious * Nederlands Lodewijk de Vrome * Français Louis le...

1/25/2007 12/19/2010

Adélaide of the Franks MP (792 - 846)

"Aenis", "Adelaide \ Aenis /de France/", "Adelaide- -Adelheid //", "Adelheid //", "(Elfide); Adelaide de Perthois"

Adelaide d'Aquitaine F, #103201 Last Edited=13 Jul 2005 Adelaide d'Aquitaine is the daughter of Louis I, Roi de France and Irmengard of Hesbain. Forrás / Source: Ben M. Angel notes: The ...

2/7/2007 12/19/2010

Hugo, Archchancellor of the Empire MP (802 - 844)

"Hugh", "Hugum", "de abt", "L'abbe", "The Bastard Of The Holy Roman Empire"

Hugh, son of Charlemagne & Regina Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details By Regina, Charlemagne had: 1. Drogo (801–855) , Bishop of Metz from 823 and abbot of Luxeuil Abbey [Dre...

6/2/2007 12/19/2010

Drogo, Bishop of Metz MP (801 - 855)

"Drogon", "Dreux"

Drogo/ Dreux/ Drogon (June 17, 801-December 8, 855), son of Charlemagne & Regina Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details As one of the few children to outlive his father, Drogo's prospect...

7/5/2007 12/19/2010

Adeltrude MP (774 - 852)

"Alpais?", "Aupais?"

Adeltrude, daughter of Charlemagne & Gersuinda Please see Charlemagne Project for Source Details Sharon's Temporary Note: Jan 2011 - cf confusion about which Aupais married Count Begue. Discussion ...

7/5/2007 12/19/2010

Saint Amalberge of Neustria MP (640 - 692)

"Chrodechild", "Doda", "prob: St Amalaberga", "Amalberga; the Liber Historiae Francorum later names her Clotilde", "Chlotilda", "or Chlotilde", "Doda /Poitiers/", "(Chrodechildis)", "Saint Amalaberge", "Amalaberge"

He married Clotilda, a daughter of Ansegisel and Saint Begga of Landen. They had the following children: * Bertrada of Prüm (676–740), married Martin of Laon * Clovis IV, king (682&#...

5/28/2007 12/19/2010

Ansigisel of Metz, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP (c.602 - c.662)

"Ansigisel", "Ansigue", "Anchises", "Ansegus", "Ansegisel", "Anseguis", "Anségisel", "Ansgise", "Ansigise", "Ansigisen", "Ansegise", "Ansegisel Arnulfien", "Anségisel de Metz", "Arnulfing", "Aldegisel de Neustrie / Ansigisel de Metz", "maire du palais d'Austrasie", "Hausmeier von Aust..."

Ansegisel . He was a Vir inlustris, and domesticus (632-638) for Siegebert III of Austrasia. There is no contemporary evidence that he was Mayor of the Palace. ------------------------------- From ...

1/25/2007 12/19/2010

Bertha Broadfoot of Laon, Queen of the Franks MP (727 - 783)

"Bertha met de Grote Voet", "Bertha av Laon"

Info on Find a grave From the English Wikipedia page on Bertrada of Laon Bertrada of Laon , also called Bertha Broadfoot (cf. latin: Regina pede aucae i.e. the queen with the goose-foot), (710/27...

2/8/2007 10/10/2010

Pépin II of Héristal, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP 100 (c.635 - 714)

"Heristal", "de Dikke", "Le Gros;the Middle;The Younger; The Fat; Pippijn", "Pepino", "Pepin the Younger", "Pepin II the Middle de Heristal", "'de Middelste'", "Pippin av Héristal", "Pippin den mellerste", "Pippin den yngre", "M....", "Major domus Pipin von Heristal"

Medlands Pepin II Born: c 635, probably in (Héristal), modern Belgium. Died: 16 December 714, at Jupille (in modern Belgium). Parents: Pepin I 's daughter Begga and Ansegisel , son of Arnulf...

1/25/2007 10/10/2010

Charles Martel "The Hammer" MP 100 (686 - 741)

"Karl Martell", "Charles of the Franks", "Major Domus of Neustria & Austrasia", "duc de Antrim"

Charles "The Hammer" Martel was the defacto King of the Franks from 737-741 (Officially he was Duke and Prince of the Franks). He was also known as a great general, and is most famous for his victo...

1/25/2007 10/10/2010

Pépin III , king of the Franks MP (c.714 - 768)

"Pepin the Short", "Pepin Caroling the Younger", "King Pepin the Short of the Franks and Mayor of the Palaces of Neustria and Austrasia", "Pâepin le Bref", "Pepin The Short ; Pepin the Younger", "il Breve", "den Lille", "; le Bref", "Pepin III Krótki", "P.....", "Duke of B..."

From the English Wikipedia page on Pepin III The Short: and in French: Pepin or Pippin (714 – 24 September 768), called the Short, and often known as Pepin the Younger or Pepin III,[1] was...

1/25/2007 10/10/2010

Charlemagne MP 100 (742 - 814)

"Carolus Magnus", "Карл Великий", "Karl der Große", "Karl Suur", "Charles", "Charlemagne", "Charles The Great", "Karl der Grosse", "Carlomagno", "Charles the Great", "Charles le Grand (`the Great')", "Carolus Magnus (Carlomagno)", "King of the Lombards", "Dominator Saxonorum", "Ca..."

Charlemagne (English: Charles the Great, German: Karl der Grosse, French: Charles le Grand, Latin: Carolus Magnus, Dutch: Karel de Grote), King of Neustria (768-771), King of the Franks (771-814), King...

1/25/2007 10/10/2010