Gerberga of Lorraine, b. ca. 975

Father: Charles I, Duke of Lower Lorraine, b. 953 in France, d. 994 in Orléans, France, Taken prisoner by the Germans 959
Mother: Bonne D'Ardennes, b. ca. 960 in Ardennes, Belgium

Spouse: Lambert I "the Bearded" of Louvaine, b. ca. 970 in Louvain, Flanders

Father: Regnier III of Hainaut, b. ca. 925 in Belgium, d. 987
Mother: Adele (Alix) of Dagsbourg, b. ca. 930 in Colmar, Rhine Vally, Germany
Married ca. 990.

Children:

  1. Lambert II "the Belted" of Louvaine, b. ca. 991 in On the Dyle, Belgium, m. Oda of Lorraine, ca. 1015
  2. Maud of Louvain, b. ca. 1005 in Louvain, Flanders, m. Eustace I of Boulogne

Charles I, Duke of Lower Lorraine, b. 953 in Laon, France, m. Bonne D'Ardennes, d. 994 in Orléans, France, Taken prisoner by the Germans 959

Father: Louis IV "D'Outremer", King of France, b. 918 in France, d. 10 September 954 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 936 in France
Mother: Gerberga of Saxony, b. ca. 911 in Saxony, Germany, d. 5 May 984 in France

Spouse: Adelaide II de Vermondois, b. 955 in Vermandois, Normandy, France, m. Geoffrey I Grisgonell of Anjou, d. ca. 991 in Anjou, France

Father: Robert of Vermandois, Count of Meaux, b. ca. 907 in Meaux, Brie, France, d. ca. 967 in France
Mother: Adelaide de Burgundy, b. ca. 930 in Burgundy, France
Married 970.

Children:

  1. Gerberga of Lorraine, b. ca. 975, m. Lambert I "the Bearded" of Louvaine, ca. 990
  2. Ermengarde of Lorraine (2), b. ca. 975 in Lorraine, France, m. Albert I of Namur, 990, m. Gothelo I "the Grand", Duke of Lorraine, bef. 994
  3. Otto, Duke of Lower Lotharingia
  4. Louis of Lorraine, b. ca. 989, d. aft. 993
  5. Charles of Lorraine, d. 989

Louis IV "D'Outremer", King of France, b. 918 in France, d. 10 September 954 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 936 in France

Father: Charles III "The Simple", b. 17 September 879 in France, d. 7 October 929 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 893 in France, He became King of Lorraine, 922 in France, He was captured and imprisioned, 923 in Perrone, France
Mother: Eadgifu (Edgiva) of England, b. ca. 900 in England

Spouse: Gerberga of Saxony, b. ca. 911 in Saxony, Germany, m. Giselbert (Gilbert), Duke of Lorraine, d. 5 May 984 in France

Father: Henry I "The Fowler", b. 876 in Saxony, Germany, d. 2 July 936 in Memleban, France
Mother: Matilde of Ringleheim, b. ca. 895 in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hanover, Germany, d. 14 May 968 in Memsleben, Saxony, Germany
Married 939 in France.

Children:

  1. Lothair of France, b. 941
  2. Mathilda (Maud) of France, b. ca. 943, m. Conrad I of Burgundy, d. 981 in Arles, Burgundy, France
  3. Charles I of Saxony, b. ca. 945
  4. Charles I, Duke of Lower Lorraine, b. 953 in FranceAdelaide of Troyes, m. Bonne D'Ardennes, d. 994 in Orléans, France, Taken prisoner by the Germans 959

Charles III "The Simple", b. 17 September 879 in France, d. 7 October 929 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 893 in France, He became King of Lorraine, 922 in France, He was captured and imprisioned, 923 in Perrone, France

Father: Louis II "the Stammerer", King of France, b. 1 November 843 in France, d. 10 April 879 in Compeigne, France
Mother: Adelaide of Paris, b. ca. 860
Charles ceded Normandy to Rolf Ganger in 911.
Spouse: Frederuna of Hamaland
Father: Dietrich, Count in Hamaland
Mother: mother
Married May 907

Children:

  1. Ermentrude of France, b. 908/9, m. Godfrey, Count Palatine of Lotharingia
  2. Frederuna of France
  3. Adelaide of France
  4. Gisela (3), m. Rolf "The Ganger" Rognvaldsson
  5. Rotrude of France
  6. Hildegarde of France

Spouse: Edgifu of Wessex, b. ca. 900 in England

Father: Edward the Elder, b. 869, d. 17 July 924 in Farndon-on-Dee, England, He was crowned King of England 31 May 900 in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, England
Mother: Aelflaeda
Married 919.

Children:

  1. Louis IV "D'Outremer", King of France, b. 918 in France, m. Gerberga of Saxony, 939 in France, d. 10 September 954 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 936 in France

Louis II "the Stammerer", King of France, b. 1 November 843 in France, d. 10 April 879 in Compeigne, France

Father: Charles II "the Bald", b. 13 June 823 in Frankfurt, Germany, d. 6 October 877 in Modano, France, He became King of West Franks in 843, He became King of Italy 875 in Italy
Mother: Ermentrude, b. ca. 825 in Orléans, France, d. 6 October 869

Spouse: Ansgarde of Burgundy, b. ca. 838, d. 874

Father: Harduin, Count of Burgundy
Married 862.

Children:

  1. Hedwige of France, b. 858 in Paris, France

Spouse: Adelaide of Paris, b. ca. 860

Father: Robert "The Strong", Duke of Neustria, b. ca. 790 in Anjou, France, d. 2 July 866
Mother: Beatrix of Orleans, b. ca. 795 in Orléans, France
Married ca. 878.

Children:

  1. Ermentrude of France, b. 879 in France
  2. Charles III "The Simple", b. 17 September 879 in France, m. Eadgifu (Edgiva) of England, 918, d. 7 October 929 in Perrone, France, Became King of France, 893 in France, He became King of Lorraine, 922 in France, He was captured and imprisioned, 923 in Perrone, France

Charles II "the Bald", b. 13 June 823 in Frankfurt, Germany, m. Richildis, 869, d. 6 October 877 in Modano, France, He became King of West Franks in 843, He became King of Italy 875 in Italy

Father: Louis I (Ludwig) "The Pious", b. 16 April 778 in Chasseneuil, Lot-et-Garonne, France, d. 20 June 840 in Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse, He became King of Aquitaine 781 in Aquitaine, France, He became King of France 814 in Paris, France, He became ruler of the Holy Roman Empire 814 in Rome, Italy
Mother: Judith of Bavaria, b. ca. 800 in Altdorf, Bavaria, d. 19 April 843 in Tours, Ingre-et-Loire, France
He fought the Fontanet Battle in 841 in Verberie sur Oise. He signed the Verdun Treaty February 14, 843.

Spouse: Ermentrude, b. ca. 825 in Orléans, France, d. 6 October 869

Father: Eudes (Odo) of Orleans, b. ca. 740 in Orléans, France, d. 834, cause of death was in battle
Mother: Engeltrude, b. 810
Married 14 December 842.

Children:

  1. Ermentrude, Abbess of Hasnon, b. ca. 843
  2. Louis II "the Stammerer", King of France, b. 1 November 843 in France, m. Ansgarde of Burgundy, m. Adelaide of Paris, ca. 878, d. 10 April 879 in Compeigne, France
  3. Judith Martel, b. October 844, m. Aethelvulf, King of England, 1 October 856 in Verberie sur Oise, France, Annulment with Aethelwulf, King of England, ca. 857, m. Baldwin I "Bras der Fer", Count of Flanders, January 862 in Senlis, France, m. Aethelbald, King of England, aft. February 858 in England, d. 870
  4. Charles, King of Aquitaine, b. ca. 847
  5. Carloman, Abbot of St. Médard Soiss, b. 849
  6. Lothar (2), b. ca. 850
  7. Hildegard (3), b. ca. 851
  8. Gisele, b. ca. 852
  9. Rotrude, Abbess of St. Radegund, b. ca. 853
  10. Drogo, b. ca. 854
  11. Pippin (3), b. ca. 855
  12. Hersent of France, b. ca. 856, m. Regnier I of Hainaut

Louis I (Ludwig) "The Pious", b. 16 April 778 in Chasseneuil, Lot-et-Garonne, France, d. 20 June 840 in Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse, He became King of Aquitaine 781 in Aquitaine, France, He became King of France 814 in Paris, France, He became ruler of the Holy Roman Empire 814 in Rome, Italy

Father: Charlemagne (Charles "the Great"), b. 2 April 742 in Ingolheim, Germany, d. 28 January 814 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, Became King of the Franks 768, Associated with Madelgard, ca. 795, Associated with Gersvind, ca. 797, Associated with Regina, ca. 799, He was made Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 800 in Rome, Italy, Became Emperor of the Byzantine Empire 812
Mother: Hildegarde of Vinzgau, b. 758 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, d. 30 April 783

Spouse: Ermengarde, Princess of Hesbaye, b. 778 in Hesbaye, Liege, Belgium, d. 3 October 818 in Angers, Maine et Loire, France

Father: Ingram, Count of Hesbania
Mother: Hedwig of Bavaria
Married 798.

Children:

  1. Lothar I, b. 795 in Altdorf, Bavaria, m. Ermengarde of Orleans and Tours, 821, d. 29 September 855 in Pruem, Rhineland, Prussia
  2. Pepin I, King of Aquitaine, b. 797
  3. Adelaide (2), b. ca. 799
  4. Rotrude (2), b. 800, m. Gerard I, Count of Auvergne
  5. Hildegard, b. ca. 802, m. Gerard I, Count of Auvergne, d. 841
  6. Louis II "the German", King of East Franks, b. ca. 810, m. Emma (Hemma) of Altdorf, 827, d. 28 August 876 in Frankfurt, Germany

Spouse: Judith of Bavaria, b. ca. 800 in Altdorf, Bavaria, d. 19 April 843 in Tours, Ingre-et-Loire, France

Father: Guelph I (Welf) Count of Alemannia, b. ca. 776 in Altdorf, Bavaria, d. ca. 830
Mother: Heilwig (Hedvig) Duchess of Bavaria, b. ca. 780 in Bavaria, d. 833
Married 819.

Children:

  1. Gisela, b. ca. 820, m. Eberhard, Duke of Friuli, ca. 840
  2. Charles II "the Bald", b. 13 June 823 in Frankfurt, Germany, m. Ermentrude, 14 December 842, m. Richildis, 869, d. 6 October 877 in Modano, France, He became King of West Franks in 843, He became King of Italy 875 in Italy

Charlemagne (Charles "the Great"), b. 2 April 742 in Ingolheim, Germany, m. Himiltude, 768, m. Desideria, 770, div. 771, m. Fastrada, 783, m. Luitgurd, 794, d. 28 January 814 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, Became King of the Franks 768, Associated with Madelgard, ca. 795, Associated with Regina, ca. 799, He was made Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 800 in Rome, Italy, Became Emperor of the Byzantine Empire 812

Father: Pepin III "The Short", King of the Franks, b. 714 in Austrasia, France, d. 24 September 768 in St. Denis le Fermont, Paris, France, He became King of the Franks 751 in Paris, France
Mother: Bertrada II, Duchess of Laon, b. ca. 720 in Laon, Aisne, France, d. 12 July 783 in Choisy, Haute-Savoi, France
When he became King of the Franks, he was known as Charles the Great. He went on a series of crusades which resulted in his conquering most of Europe and converting the people to Christianity (Roman Catholic). The Danawerk (the Danish Work) is a wall built by the Danes to keep Charlemagne out of Denmark, which is about the only European country he did not conquer.

He had five wives and five mistresses that are known and had eighteen children.

Spouse: Hildegarde of Vinzgau, b. 758 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, d. 30 April 783

Father: Gerold I, Duke of Vinzgau, b. ca. 710 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany
Mother: Imma, Duchess of Swabia, b. ca. 736 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany
Married 771 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany.

Children:

  1. Charles the Younger, Duke of Ingelheim, b. 772
  2. Adelaide, b. 773
  3. Pepin I, King of Italy, b. April 773, m. Bertha of Toulouse, 795, d. 8 July 810, Became King of Italy 781 in Rome, Italy
  4. Rotrud, b. ca. 775
  5. Lothar, b. 778
  6. Louis I (Ludwig) "The Pious", b. 16 April 778 in Chasseneuil, Lot-et-Garonne, France, m. Ermengarde, Princess of Hesbaye, 798, m. Judith of Bavaria, 819, d. 20 June 840 in Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse, He became King of Aquitaine 781 in Aquitaine, France, He became King of France 814 in Paris, France, He became ruler of the Holy Roman Empire 814 in Rome, Italy
  7. Bertha (2), b. 779
  8. Gisela (2), b. ca. 780
  9. Hildegard (2), b. ca. 781

Associated with: Gerswinda of Saxony

Children:

  1. Adaltrude of St. Peters and Rheims, b. ca. 798, m. Eudes (Odo) of Orleans, m. Begue I of Paris

Pepin III "The Short", King of the Franks, b. 714 in Austrasia, France, d. 24 September 768 in St. Denis le Fermont, Paris, France, He became King of the Franks 751 in Paris, France

Father: Charles "The Hammer" Martel, King of the Franks, b. ca. 676 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. 22 October 741 in Quierzy, Aisne, France
Mother: Chrotrud (Rotrude), Duchess of Austrasia, b. ca. 690 in Austrasia, France, d. 724

Spouse: Bertrada II, Duchess of Laon, b. ca. 720 in Laon, Aisne, France, d. 12 July 783 in Choisy, Haute-Savoi, France

Father: Charibert (Heribert), Count of Laon, b. 695 in Laon, Aisne, France, d. 747
Mother: Bertrada
Married 740.

Children:

  1. Charlemagne (Charles "the Great"), b. 2 April 742 in Ingolheim, Germany, m. Himiltude, 768, m. Desideria, 770, div. 771, m. Hildegarde of Vinzgau, 771 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, m. Fastrada, 783, m. Luitgurd, 794, d. 28 January 814 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, Became King of the Franks 768, Associated with Madelgard, ca. 795, Associated with Gersvind, ca. 797, Associated with Regina, ca. 799, He was made Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 800 in Rome, Italy, Became Emperor of the Byzantine Empire 812
  2. Gisela, Abbess of Chelles, b. ca. 745
  3. Pippin, b. ca. 748
  4. Carloman, King of the Franks, b. ca. 751

Charles "The Hammer" Martel, King of the Franks, b. ca. 676 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. 22 October 741 in Quierzy, Aisne, France

Father: Pepin II d'Heristal, Duke of Austrasia, b. ca. 635 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. 16 December 714 in Junille, Meuse, France
Mother: Elphide (Chalpaida, Alpaide), b. ca. 654 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. in Brabant, Vosges, France

Spouse: Chrotrud (Rotrude), Duchess of Austrasia, b. ca. 690 in Austrasia, France, d. 724

Father: Leutwinus
Married ca. 710.

Children:

  1. Carloman, b. 706/16, d. 17 August 754
  2. Landree of Hesbaye, b. 712, m. Sigrand, Count of Hesbaye
  3. Jerome, b. ca. 712
  4. Pepin III "The Short", King of the Franks, b. 714 in Austrasia, France, m. Bertrada II, Duchess of Laon, 740, d. 24 September 768 in St. Denis le Fermont, Paris, France, He became King of the Franks 751 in Paris, France
  5. Auda (Aldana) van Martel, b. 732, m. Thierry (Theodoric) IV, Count of Toulouse and Autun, 742, d. bef. 755

Spouse: Sunnichild

Married 725.

Children:

  1. Grifo, b. ca. 727
  2. Chiltrud, b. ca. 729

Pepin II d'Heristal, Duke of Austrasia, b. ca. 635 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, m. Plectrud, d. 16 December 714 in Junille, Meuse, France

Father: Anchises, b. ca. 607 in Austrasia, France, d. 629
Mother: Doda, b. 613 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, d. 693 in Ardenne, France

Spouse: Elphide (Chalpaida, Alpaide), b. ca. 654 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. in Brabant, Vosges, France

Married.

Children:

  1. Childebrand
  2. Charles "The Hammer" Martel, King of the Franks, b. ca. 676 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, m. Chrotrud (Rotrude), Duchess of Austrasia, ca. 710, m. Sunnichild, 725, d. 22 October 741 in Quierzy, Aisne, France

Anchises, b. ca. 607 in Austrasia, France, d. 629

Father: Arnold, Bishop of Metz, b. 13 August 582 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. 16 August 641
Mother: Dode (Oda)

Spouse: Doda, b. 613 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, d. 693 in Ardenne, France

Father: Pepin I "The Old", b. 590 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, d. 639
Mother: Itta, b. 592 in Austrasia, France, d. ca. 652
The Calendar of Saints says after her husband was killed while hunting, she decided to make a pilgrimage to Rome. On returning home she founded seven churches at Ardenne of the Meuse. She also set up an abbey at the same place where she died. The seventeenth of December is her feast day and she is now called St. Begga.
Married.

Children:

  1. Pepin II d'Heristal, Duke of Austrasia, b. ca. 635 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, m. Plectrud, m. Elphide (Chalpaida, Alpaide), d. 16 December 714 in Junille, Meuse, France

Arnold, Bishop of Metz, b. 13 August 582 in Heristal, Liege, Belgium, d. 16 August 641

Spouse: Dode (Oda)

Married ca. 606.

Children:

  1. Anchises, b. ca. 607 in Austrasia, France, m. Doda, d. 629
  2. Chlodulf, b. ca. 609
  3. Martin, b. ca. 611

Pepin I "The Old", b. 590 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, d. 639

Father: Carloman (2), d. 645
He was mayor of Austrasia.

Spouse: Itta, b. 592 in Austrasia, France, d. ca. 652

Father: Arnouldus II, b. ca. 562 in Sachsen, Germany, d. 601
Mother: Oda of Swabia
Married 610.

Children:

  1. Grimoald I
  2. (St.) Gertrude of Nivelles
  3. Doda, b. 613 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, m. Anchises, d. 693 in Ardenne, France

Carloman (2), d. 645

Children:

  1. Pepin I "The Old", b. 590 in Landon, Liege, Belgium, m. Itta, 610, d. 639

Leutwinus

He was the Bishop of Treves.

Children:

  1. Chrotrud (Rotrude), Duchess of Austrasia, b. ca. 690 in Austrasia, France, m. Charles "The Hammer" Martel, King of the Franks, ca. 710, d. 724

Hugobert, d. 691

Spouse: Irmina Von Ocen

Married.

Children:

  1. Bertrada, m. Charibert (Heribert), Count of Laon, ca. 715

Gerold I, Duke of Vinzgau, b. ca. 710 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany

Spouse: Emma of Alemannia, b. ca. 736 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, d. 785

Father: Hnabi (Nebi), Duke of Alemannia, b. ca. 710, d. ca. 788
Mother: Hereswind
Married by 758.

Children:

  1. Gerold of Vinzgau
  2. Udalrich of Vinzgau
  3. Hildegarde of Vinzgau, b. 758 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, m. Charlemagne (Charles "the Great"), 771 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, d. 30 April 783
  4. Adrian of Orleans, b. ca. 700 in Orléans, France, m. Waldrat von Hornbach
  5. Eric of Friuli

Hnabi (Nebi), Duke of Alemannia, b. ca. 710, d. ca. 788

Father: Huoching of Alemannia, b. ca. 675, d. 744
There has been the suggestion that Hnabi's father, Huoching, was the son of a Duke Gotfrid Agilolfing, but modern historians are skeptical.
Spouse: Hereswind
Married

Children:

  1. Ruadbert (Robert), Count in Hegau
  2. Emma of Alemannia, b. ca. 736 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, m. Gerold I, Duke of Vinzgau, d. 785

Guelph I (Welf) Count of Alemannia, b. ca. 776 in Altdorf, Bavaria, d. ca. 830

Father: Ruthardus (Radvald) Duke of Fruili

Spouse: Heilwig (Hedvig) Duchess of Bavaria, b. ca. 780 in Bavaria, d. 833

Married ca. 796.

Children:

  1. Judith of Bavaria, b. ca. 800 in Altdorf, Bavaria, m. Louis I (Ludwig) "The Pious", 819, d. 19 April 843 in Tours, Ingre-et-Loire, France
  2. Emma (Hemma) of Altdorf, b. ca. 810, m. Louis II "the German", King of East Franks, 827

Ruthardus (Radvald) Duke of Fruili

Children:

  1. Guelph I (Welf) Count of Alemannia, b. ca. 776 in Altdorf, Bavaria, m. Heilwig (Hedvig) Duchess of Bavaria, ca. 796, d. ca. 830



Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Wed, Jan 21, 2004