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Chruodbert II de Neustrie MP (c.650 - 678)

He was Mayor of the Palace of Neustria (653), and Count-Palatine (678).

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Godin, Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy MP (b. - 627)

Godinus (or Godin ) succeeded his father Warnachar as mayor of the palace of Burgundy in 626 and held that post until 627. He married his stepmother Bertha and [her father] the king, Clotaire II , hunt...

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Warnacher II, Mayor of the Palaces of Burgundy & Austrasia MP (c.580 - 627)

Warnacher [II] (?-627), Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy (596-599), Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia (612-617). Maiores Domus of the Kingdom of Burgundy at Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, visited...

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Chrodulphe de Boulogne MP (c.530 - c.560)

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Drogo, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP (c.738 - 753)

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Theudoald, Mayor of the Palaces of Austrasia & Neustria MP (c.707 - 741)

He was the designated heir of his grandfather Pépin, but ultimately lost power to his uncle Charles Martel. A spurious genealogy of the Grimaldi family calls him the father of Hugues d'Antibes (...

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Hugues, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP (c.620 - d.)

He was Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia.

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Saint Léger, bishop of Autun MP (c.630 - c.677)

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Hugues, mayor of the palace of Austrasia MP (c.590 - 640)

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Saint Gondolfus, Bishop of Tongres MP (c.545 - 607)

Saint Gondulphus of Maastricht (also Gondolfus, Gundulfus, Gondulf, Gondon; born c. 524, died c. 6 July 607) was the Bishop of Tongres and Bishop of Maastricht in the sixth century. His predecessor, ...

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Brodulf, Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy MP (c.580 - d.)

He supported his nephew Charibert II in his struggle against Charibert's half- brother Dagobert. After Dagobert secured the kingdom, Brodulf was killed in his bath by Dukes Amalgar and Arnebert and the...

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Warnacher I, Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy MP (b. - 600)

Warnacher [I] (?-600/01), first known Mayor of the Palace of Burgundy (596-599). Fredegar records that "Warnecharius maior domi Teuderici" died in the fourth year of the reign of King Theudebert II . ...

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Wulfoald, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia (b. - 680)

Wulfoald (died 680) was the mayor of the palace of Austrasia from 656 or 661, depending on when Grimoald I was removed from that office (accounts vary: see his article for details), to his death and ma...

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Leutharis II, duke of the Alemannians MP (c.570 - 646)

Duc d'Alémanie (613-643)

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Berthar, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria MP (c.674 - 688)

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Gistemar, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria & Burgundy MP (b. - c.685)

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Waratton, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria MP (c.642 - 686)

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Bodegisel I MP (c.530 - 581)

Bodegisel I , formerly thought to have been the father of Bodegisel II , was brother to Gondolfus , the other possible father of Bodegisel II. Here is the explanation: The father of our presumed ancest...

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Erchenaud I de Moselle MP (c.550 - 658)

From the Wikipedia page on Erchinoald: Erchinoald (also Erkinoald and, in French, Erchenout) succeeded Aega as the (fourth) mayor of the palace of Neustria in 641 and succeeded Flaochad in Burgundy...

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Leudesius I, duke of Alemannia MP (c.620 - c.680)

Leudesius (or Liutheric) was Mayor of the Palace of Neustria (675-676) for Childérich III. He has been called Duke of Alsace, but was not. He is known to have been a son of Erchinoald, Mayor o...

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Erchembaldus II, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria MP (c.590 - 661)

He was Mayor of the Palaces of Neustria (641-657/8) and Burgundy (642-657/8). He was murdered 657/8, and succeeded in both offices by Ébroïn. According to Fredegar, he was a relative of...

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Ega, duke of Alsace MP (c.570 - 646)

•Name: Ega 1 2 •Sex: M •Title: Major Domo in Franconia •Birth: ABT 560 in Kingdom of the Franks (France) •Death: 646 in Kingdom of the Franks (France) Marriage 1 Ge...

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Ebroin, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria MP (b. - c.681)

Ebroin (died 680 or 681) was the Frankish mayor of the palace of Neustria on two occasions; firstly from 658 to his deposition in 673 and secondly from 675 to his death in 680 or 681. In a violent and ...

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Grimoald I, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP (c.615 - 658)

Alt data from merges: birth 616 - death 656 Accepted Wikipedia names for this person are: German: Grimoald der Ältere (note: the majority of what was Austrasia was located in what is present...

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Grimoald II the Younger MP (c.675 - 714)

Grimoald II (French: Grimaud; died 714), called the Younger, was the mayor of the palace of Neustria from 695. He was the second son of Pepin of Heristal and Plectrude and his father placed him in the ...

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

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...

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Mummolin, Mayor of the Palace of Neustria MP (c.535 - c.566)

He was perhaps Mayor of the Palace of Neustria. Some sources call him Count of Soissons. He was a son or son-in-law of Mundéric de Cologne, but probably the husband of Mundéric's unname...

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Pepin II d'Héristal, Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia MP (c.635 - 714)

Pepin (also Pippin, Pipin, or Peppin) of Herstal (c. 635 – 16 December 714) was the Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia from 680 to his death and of Neustria and Burgundy from 687 to 695. He was ...

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Charles "Martel", Prince of the Franks MP (686 - 741)

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...

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Pépin III "le Bref", King of the Franks MP (c.714 - 768)

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...

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Carloman of Landen MP (550 - 645)

-------------------- According to the Wikipedia page on his son, Pepin of Landen: Pepin's father is named Carloman by the Chronicle of Fredegar, the chief source for his life. His byname comes ...

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

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...

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

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 ...

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