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Les Ducs de Normandie 911-1106

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  • Gange-Hrólfr 'Rollo' of Normandy (c.860 - 931)
    Duke of Normandy was the title given to the rulers of the Duchy of Normandy in northwestern France, which has its origins as the County of Rouen, a fief created in 911 by King Charles II "the Simpl...
  • William "Longsword" (c.891 - c.942)
    Vilhjalm 'Langaspjót' Hrólfsson (Old Norse) Guillaume 'Longue-Épée' de Normandie (French) Parents: Rollo (Gange-Hrolfr) & Poppa 1. Wife: Sprota de Senlis Child: Richard 'Sans-Peur' 2. Wif...
  • Richard I, 'the Fearless', Duke of Normandy (933 - 996)
    Richard I 'Sans-Peur' FitzWilliam Duc de Normandie English: Richard the Fearless, Duke of Normandy Parents: Vilhjálm Langaspjót & Sprota de Senlis Spouse: Gunnor de Crépon Children: 1...
  • Richard II "the Good", Duke of Normandy (963 - 1026)
    Richard II 'le Bon' Duc de Normandie Parents: Richard I 'Sans-Peur and Gunnor de Crèpon Spouses: 1. Judith (982-1017), daughter of Conan I de Bretagne Children: * Richard (c. 1002/4), d...
  • Richard III, duke of Normandy (1001 - 1027)
    Richard III FitzRichard de Normandie, died young. Parents: Richard II 'le Bon' & Judith de Rennes Betrothed to Alix Capet, later Comtesse de Corbie Never married Children (by mistresses) ...

The Rulers of Normandie from Rollo in 911 to William who became King of England used the titles of Jarl and then Dux (Duke). This project includes the main line with all their various partners and children.

The project might be extended to include a few more generations as well.

This project is a sub-project of Norman Families of Normandy and England.

Ambiguity and Discrepancies

If there is doubt about relationships, we normally rely on the Medieval Lands database. This is the most well-researced source we have, referring to primary texts only, presenting discrepancies, and with little interpretation.


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