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Adrien

Dutch: Hadrianus
Also Known As: "Adrian", "Hadrian", "Hardouin", "Hadrianus", "Adrien", "Adrián", "of Wormsgau", "of Orléans", "d'ORLÉANS", "De Allemania", "Von Wormsgau", "de Orleans", "DeAllemania", "D Orleans", "Alemania", "van Orleans", "Von Allemania", "Wormgau", "Orleans", "d'Orleans"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Wormsgau (near present Worms), Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Death: February 15, 823 (64)
Orleans, Département du Loiret, Région Centre, France (Death Feb. 15, 824? )
Place of Burial: Orleans, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Gerold, count in Kraichgau and Anglachgau and Emma of Alemannia, duchess of Swabia
Husband of Waldrat Von Jutland and Waldrada
Father of Odo I, count of Orléans and Wiltrud
Brother of Ermentrude Von Schwaben; Gerold "der Jüngere" in der Baar, II; Hildegard of Vinzgouw; Megingoz in Alemannien; Odon and 7 others

Occupation: Comte d'Orléans et de Wormsgau, Comte d'Orléans, Comte d'Orleans, Graaf van Orleans, comte d'Orléans, comte palatin du Rhin, Count of Orleans, Comte Palatin Du Rhin Allemagne-France
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About Adrien, count of Orléans

Alt Birth Dates: 760, 769, 765, c. 768, c. 755, c. 769, c. 770

Alt Death Dates: c. 2/15/824, 2/15/823, 2/15/822, 821

Alt Birth Locations:

Aachen,Rhineland,,Prussia

Worms,Rhineland Palatinate,Preußen,

Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia

Aachen, , Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany

Orleans,Loiret,,France

Aachen,Rheinland Pfalz

Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France

Aachen, , Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany


From the French Wikipedia page on Adrien d'Orleans:

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrien_d%27Orl%C3%A9ans

Adrien d'Orléans[1] († avant novembre 821), fils de Gérold Ier de Vintzgau et d'Emma d'Alémanie, comte d'Orléans, comte palatin. Quand sa sœur Hildegarde de Vintzgau épouse Charlemagne, il devient beau-frère de l'empereur.

Union et descendance

Il épouse Waldrade qui serait peut-être une fille du guilhemide Alleaume d'Autun dont sont issus :

Eudes, comte d'Orléans († après le 15 février 834), qui épouse Engeltrude de Fézensac, fille du comte Leuthard Ier de Paris.

Waldrade qui épouse Robert († 834), comte de l'Oberrheingau et de Wormsgau, père de Robert le Fort

In English:

Adrien d'Orleans (d. before November 821) was the son of Gerold of Vinzgouw and Emma Alemania, and the Comte d'Orleans, Comte Palatin. When his sister, Hildegrad Vintzgau, became wife of Charlemagne, Adrien became an in-law of the Emperor.

Marriage and descendants:

He married Waldrada, who might be the daughter of "guilhemide" Alleaume d'Autun. They had issue:

1. Odo, Comte d'Orleans (d. after 15 Feb 834), who married Engeltrude of Fezensac, daughter of Leuthard I, Comte de Paris.

2. Waldrada, who married Robert III de Hesbaye (d. 834), Graf im Oberrheingau und Wormsgau, and father of Robert Le Fort.


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Adrien d'Orléans[1] († avant novembre 821), fils de Gérold Ier de Vintzgau et d'Emma d'Alémanie, comte d'Orléans, comte palatin. Quand sa sœur Hildegarde de Vintzgau épouse Charlemagne, il devient beau-frère de l'empereur.

Union et descendance [modifier]

Il épouse Waldrade qui serait peut-être une fille du guilhemide Alleaume d'Autun dont sont issus :

   * Eudes, comte d'Orléans († après le 15 février 834), qui épouse Engeltrude de Fézensac, fille du comte Leuthard Ier de Paris.
   * Waldrade qui épouse Robert († 834), comte de l'Oberrheingau et de Wormsgau, père de Robert le Fort

Notes et références [modifier]

  1. ↑ Généalogie d'Adrien (Adrianus) sur le site Medieval Lands [archive]

Dernière modification de cette page le 20 janvier 2010 à 15:59.


Lived 815
His ancestry is provided elsewhere in this tree.

Hadrian's father was Gerold Allemania I and his mother was Emma Allemania. His paternal grandparents were Gerold Mayenne and <Unknown>; his maternal grandparents were Hnabi Allamannia and Hersuinde. He had two brothers and two sisters, named Ulrich, Odon, Irmintrudis and Hildegard.


Complementary Sources

1) Street Family Tree

LINK:

http://street.familytreeguide.com/getperson.php?personID=I30423&tree=T1&PHPSESSID=01df7e46721cc9e8ffe2e012bd592582

2) (Our Family Tree) Ray's Extended Family Tree

LINK:

http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.cfm/-Of-Orleans/p10580

3) GenealogyOnline: Stamboom I.D.M. de Vried: Hadrianus (Adrian) van Orleans (Graf van Orleans)

LINK:

http://www.genealogieonline.nl/en/stamboom-i-m-d-de-vries/I17764.php


ROBERT [III], son of --- (-before 19 Feb 834).  "Karolus…augustus…imperator Romanum…rex Francorum et Langobardorum" issued a judgment by charter dated 8 Mar 812 which names "fidelibus nostri: Gerulfus, Guntlandus, Hedo, Armannus, Hamricus, Sicardus, Rotbertus comitibus…Amalricus comiti palatii nostro"[535].  Graf im Wormsgau.  The Commemoratio Missis Data dated 825 [before Nov] names "…in Mogontia…Heistulfus episcopus et Ruodbertus comes…"[536]. 

m ([808]) WILTRUD, daughter of ADRIANUS & his wife Waldrat. "Wialdruth et Guntram" donated property "in Buosinesheim" for the soul of "Rutperti comitis quondam viri mei" by charter dated 19 Feb 834[605]. The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified. http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANCONIA.htm#Robertdied866A

Robert [III] & his wife had [seven] children:

1. GUNTRAM (-837 or after). "Wialdruth et Guntram" donated property "in Buosinesheim" for the soul of "Rutperti comitis quondam viri mei" by charter dated 19 Feb 834[606]. The document implies, but does not specifically state, that Guntram was the couple's son. Graf im Wormsgau. 837.

2. ROBERT [Rodbert] . Named for the first time in Germany in 836, "son of the late Rodbert Graf von Wormsgau", as the donor of property at Mettenheim[607], although the primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified. Same person as…? ROBERT "le Fort" ([815/20]-killed in battle Brissarthe 2 Jul 866). Robert IV "the Strong", Margrave of Neustria

3. [ODA . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.

m WALACHO [Walo] Graf im Wormsgau, son of --- (-before 891).]

4. [ADALELM [I] (-after 6 Mar 870). Regino names "Waltgerius comes, nepos Odonis regis, filius scilicet avunculi eius Adalhelmi in Aquitanien" when recording his battle against "Ramnulfum et fratrem eius Gozbertum et Ebulonem abbatum de sancto Dionysio " in Jul 892[609]. The primary source which confirms that Adalelm [I] was the son of Robert [III] has not yet been identified. If "avunculus" is used in its strict sense in this text, it is possible that Adalelm [I] was a maternal relative of Eudes King of France rather than the brother of Eudes's father. An agreement dated 6 Mar 870 between Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks and his brother Ludwig II "der Deutsche" King of the East Franks names "Ingelramnus comes" as representative of the former and, as present, "Adalelmus comes, Ingelramnus comes, Liutfridus comes, Theodericus comes, item Adalelmus comes"[610].]

m ---. The name of Adalelm's wife is not known. Adalelm [I] & his wife had [two] children.

5. [daughter . The origin of the wife of Megingoz [I] is not known with certainty. She may have been the daughter of Robert [III] Graf im Wormsgau & his wife Wiltrud ---, as indicated by the charter dated 876 under which Graf Megingoz, with his nepos Odo, donated property at Mattenheim. Settipani identifies Odo with the future Eudes King of France[615], suggesting that either Megingoz [I] himself or his wife was closely related to the Rotbertiner family. This hypothesis appears corroborated by Megingoz [II], probable son of Megingoz [I], being described as nepos of King Eudes in 892 by Regino[616]. Jackman suggests that the wife of Megingoz [I] was named ROTLIND, whose name is closely associated with the family in the Memorial book of Remiremont[617]. However, it is also possible that Megingoz's relationship to King Eudes was more remote that "uncle" or that he was a maternal relative of the king.

m MEGINGOZ [I] Graf im Wormsgau, son of [ADALBERT & his wife ] (-after 876). However, it is also possible that Megingoz's relationship to King Eudes was more remote than "uncle" or that he was a maternal relative of the king.]

6. [WILDRUT . Jackman suggests that the wife of Aledram [I] Comte de Troyes was the daughter of Robert [III], the name Wildrut appearing in a Reichenau memorial book[618].

m ALEDRAM [I] Comte [de Troyes], son of ---.]

7. [EUDES (-1 Aug 871). According to Edouard de Saint-Phalle, Eudes was the brother of Robert "le Fort", ancestor of the Capetian dynasty[619], but the primary source on which this is based has not yet been identified. Comte de Châteaudun, later Comte de Troyes. Comte de Blois.]

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Adrien, count of Orléans's Timeline

759
759
Wormsgau (near present Worms), Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
780
780
Age 21
Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France
801
801
Age 42
Orléans, (Present département du Loiret), Neustrie (Present France), Frankish Empire
823
February 15, 823
Age 64
Orleans, Département du Loiret, Région Centre, France
824
824
Age 64
Orleans, France