Berenguela of Barcelona, b. aft. 1112 in Barcelona, Spain

Father: Ramon Berenger III, b. 11 November 1082 in Rodez, Toulouse, Spain, d. 19 June 1131 in Barcelona, Spain
Mother: Douce (Dolça de Gévaudaun) of Gevaudan, d. 1127

Spouse: Alfonso VII, King of Castile, b. 1 March 1103 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, m. Richilde of Poland, July 1152 in Wroclaw, Poland, d. 21 August 1157 in La Fresneda, Teruel, Aragon, Spain, He became King of Castile, 1126 in Castile, Spain

Father: Raymond of Burgundy, Count of Galicia, b. ca. 1060 in Dijon, Burgundy, France, d. 24 May 1107 in Grajal de Campos, Leon, France, He became Count of Portugal, 1093 in Portugal
Mother: Urraca of Leon and Castile, b. aft. May 1081 in Burgos, Castile, Spain, d. 8 March 1126 in Saldena, Palencia, Spain
Married bef. July 1124.

Children:

  1. Constantia of Castile, b. ca. 1130
  2. Sancho III "the Desired", King of Castile, b. 1134 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, m. Blanche (Blanca) of Navarre, 4 February 1151 in Catahorra, Logrono, Spain, d. 31 August 1158 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, He became King of Castile, 1157 in Castile, Spain
  3. Fernando II, King of Leon, b. 1137 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, m. Urraca of Portugal, 1160 in Coimbra, Portugal, m. Teresa Fernandez de Trava, bef. 7 October 1178 in Leon, Spain, m. Urraca Lopez de Haro, May 1187 in Leon, Spain, d. 21 January 1187/8 in Benavente, Zamora, Castile, Spain, He became King of Leon, 1157 in Leon, Spain

Ramon Berenger III, b. 11 November 1082 in Rodez, Toulouse, Spain, m. Almodis, d. 19 June 1131 in Barcelona, Spain

Father: Ramon Berenger II "The Towhead", b. ca. 1057 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 5 December 1082, cause of death was a hunting accident
Mother: Mahalta (Maud) D'Apulia, b. 1059 in Apulia, Calabria, Italy, d. 1111/12
Ramon was called "The Great". He was Count of Provence as Ramon Berenguer I.

Spouse: María Rodríguez de Vivar, b. ca. 1077, m. Prince of Aragon

Father: Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar (El Cid), Prince of Valencia, b. ca. 1043 in Vivar, Burgos, Spain, d. 10 June 1099 in Valencia, Spain
Mother: Jimena Diaz
Married

Children:

  1. María of Barcelona, m. Bernat III, Count of Besalú
  2. Jimena (Eixemena) of Barcelona, m. Roger III, Count of Foix

Spouse: Douce (Dolça de Gévaudaun) of Provence, d. 1127

Married 3 February 1112.

Children:

  1. Almodis of Barcelona, m. Ponce de Cervera
  2. Berenguela of Barcelona, b. aft. 1112 in Barcelona, Spain, m. Alfonso VII, King of Castile, bef. July 1124
  3. Raymond Berenger IV, Marquis of Barcelona, b. 1113 in Barcelona, Spain, m. Countess of Provence, m. Petronilla of Aragon, 1137 in Huesca, Spain, d. 6 August 1162 in Borgo san Dalmazzo, Piedmont, Italy
  4. Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Provence, b. 1115, d. 1144
  5. Bernat of Barcelona, died young

Ramon Berenger II "The Towhead", b. ca. 1053/4 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 5 December 1082, cause of death was a hunting accident

Father: Ramon Berenger I "The Old", b. 1023 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 26 May 1076 in Barcelona, Spain, cause of death was assassination.
Mother: Almodis de la Marche, b. ca. 1000 in Toulouse, France, d. 16 November 1071, cause of death was murder.
Ramon ruled jointly with his brother Berenguer Ramon "The Fratricide" from 1075 until his death. His brother was suspected of archestrating the "accident", hence the nickname "The Fratricide".

Spouse: Mahalta (Maud) D'Apulia, b. 1059 in Apulia, Calabria, Italy, m. Aimeri de Narbonne, bef. 1083, d. 1111/12

Father: Robert I "Guiscard" de Hauteville, b. ca. 1015 in Normandy, France, m. Alberada de Macon (Alberada of Buonalbergo), 1051 in Normandy, France, div. ca. 1058, d. 17 July 1085 in Atheras, Italy, cause of death was fever
Mother: Sikelgaita, Princess of Salerno, b. 1040 in Salerno, Italy, d. 16 April 1090
Married 1078.

Children:

  1. Ramon Berenger III, b. 11 November 1082 in Rodez, Toulouse, Spain, m. María Rodríguez de Vivar, m. Almodis, m. Douce (Dolça de Gévaudaun) of Provence, 3 February 1112, d. 19 June 1131 in Barcelona, Spain

Ramon Berenger I "The Old", b. 1023 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 26 May 1076 in Barcelona, Spain, cause of death was assassination.

Father: Berenguer Ramon I "The Crooked", b. 1005, d. 26 May 1035 in Barcelona, Spain
Mother: Sancha Sanchez

Spouse: Isabel (Elizabeth) of Narbonne

Father: Sancho, Count of Gascony
Married

Children:

  1. Berenguer of Barcelona, died young
  2. Arnau of Barcelona, died young
  3. Pere Ramon, b. 1050, d. ca. 1073, was exiled for killing his stepmother, Almodis

Spouse: Blanca of Narbonne

Father: Wolf Ato Zuberoa
Mother: Ermengarda of Narbonne
Married

Spouse: Almodis de la Marche, b. ca. 1000 in Toulouse, France, m. Hugh V "The Fair" or "The Pious" of Lusignan, ca. 1027, m. Pons, Count of Toulouse, 1053, d. 16 November 1071, cause of death was murder by her stepson, Pere Ramon.

Father: Bernard I Comte de la Marche, b. ca. 970 in Toulouse, France
Mother: Amelie, Countess of Aubnay, b. ca. 974 in Toulouse, France
Married 1056.

Children:

  1. Ramon Berenger II "The Towhead", b. ca. 1053/4 in Barcelona, Spain, m. Mahalta (Maud) D'Apulia, 1078, d. 5 December 1082, cause of death was a hunting accident
  2. Berenguer Ramon II "The Fratricide", b. ca. 1053/4, d. 1097
  3. Anges of Barcelona, m. Guigues II of Albon
  4. Estefania (Sancha) of Barcelona, b. ca. 1065 in Barcelona, Spain, m. William Raymond, Count of Cerdanya

Berenguer Ramon I "The Crooked", b. 1005, d. 26 May 1035 in Barcelona, Spain

Father: Ramon Borrell, Count of Barcelona, b. 972, d. 1017
Mother: Ermesinde of Carcassone, b. ca. 972, d. 1 March 1058
He was also called "The Hunchback". He was Count of Barcelona, Girona, and Ausona. Berenguer was a minor when his father died, so his mother acted as regent, but when he attained his majority she refused to relinquish power and ruled with him. It may not have been hunger for power on her part: he was described as being weak and indecisive with a questionable character.
Spouse: Sancha Sanchez
Father: Sancho I García, Count of Castile, d. 1017
Mother: Urraca Gómez
Married 1021

Children:

  1. Ramon Berenger I "The Old", b. 1023 in Barcelona, Spain, m. Isabel (Elizabeth) of Narbonne, m. Blanca of Narbonne, m. Almodis de la Marche, d. 26 May 1076 in Barcelona, Spain, cause of death was assassination.
  2. Sancho, Count of Penedés

Spouse: Guisla of Lluca

Married 1027

Children:

  1. William, Count of Ausona, b. 1028
  2. Bernard of Barcelona, b. 1029

Children who may be Berenguer’s and Guisla’s:

  1. Clemencia of Barcelona, m. Ermengol III of Urgell
  2. Sibylla of Barcelona, b. 1035, m. Henry "the Gallant" of Burgundy, ca. 6 July 1074 in Barcelona, Spain

Ramon Borrell, Count of Barcelona, b. 972, d. 1017

Father: Borrell II, Count of Barcelona, m. Eimeruda of Auvergne, 987, d. 993
Mother: Letgarda of Rouergue, d. ca. 986
Spouse: Ermesinde of Carcassone, b. ca. 972, d. 1 March 1058
Father: Roger I of Carcassonne, d. 1012
Mother: Adelaide of Rouergue
Married 993

Children:

  1. Borrell Ramon, d. bef. 1017
  2. Berenguer Ramon I "The Crooked", b. 1005, m. Sancha Sanchez, 1021, m. Guisla of Lluca, 1027, d. 26 May 1035 in Barcelona, Spain
  3. Estephania/Adelaide of Barcelona, m. Roger I "the Spaniard" de Tosni

Borrell II, Count of Barcelona, m. Eimeruda of Auvergne, 987, d. 993

Father: Sunyer, Count of Barcelona, b. ca. 870, d. 950
Mother: Richilda of Rouergue
Spouse: Letgarda of Rouergue, d. ca. 986
Letgarda may have been the daughter of a count of Toulouse.
Married 967

Children:

  1. Ramon Borrell, Count of Barcelona, b. 972, m. Ermesinde of Carcassone, 993, d. 1017
  2. Ermengol of Barcelona, b. 974, d. 1010
  3. Ermengarda of Barcelona
  4. Richilda of Barcelona

Sunyer, Count of Barcelona, b. ca. 870, d. 950

Father: Wilfred "The Hairy", b. in Prades, Rousillon, France, d. 11 August 897, cause of death was in battle
Mother: Guinidilda of Flanders
Spouse: Richilda of Rouergue
Richilda may have been a daughter of a count of Rouergue.
Married

Children:

  1. Ermengol of Barcelona
  2. Miró I, Count of Barcelona, d. 966
  3. Borrell II, Count of Barcelona, m. Letgarda of Rouergue, 967, m. Eimeruda of Auvergne, 987, d. 993
  4. Adelaide (Bonafilla) of Barcelona
  5. Wifred of Barcelona

Wilfred "The Hairy", b. in Prades, Rousillon, France, d. 11 August 897, cause of death was in battle

Father: Sunifred I of Barcelona
Wilfred was the count of Barcelona, Urgell, Cerdanya, Girona, Besalú, and Ausona. According to legend, he was the son of Wilfred of Arriaount.

Wilfred may have had another daughter, Guinidilda, who married Raymond II, Count of Toulouse.
Spouse: Guinidilda of Flanders
Father: Baldwin I "Bras der Fer", Count of Flanders, b. in Flanders, Belgium, d. 879 in Auxerre, France, He acceded to Count of Flanders 864 in Flanders, Belgium
Mother: Judith Martel, b. October 844, d. 870
Married

Children:

  1. Emma, Abbess of Sant Joan de les Abadesses, d. 942
  2. Wilfred II Borrell, Count of Barcelona, d. 911
  3. Sunyer, Count of Barcelona, b. ca. 870, d. 950
  4. Miró II of Cerdanya, b. ca. 878, d. 927
  5. Sunifred II, Count of Urgell, b. ca. 870, d. 948
  6. Rodolfo, Bishop of Urgell, Abbott of Ripoll, d. 940
  7. Riquilla of Barcelona
  8. Ermesinde of Barcelona, d. aft. 925
  9. Cixilona of Barcelona, d. 945

Sunifred I of Barcelona

Father: Belló, Count of Carcassonne, b. ca. 755, d. 810
Sunifred may instead have been the son-in-law of Belló, Count of Carcassonne.

Children:

  1. Wilfred "The Hairy", b. in Prades, Rousillon, France, m. Guinidilda of Flanders, d. 11 August 897, cause of death was in battle
  2. Radulf of Besalú, d. 920
  3. Miro "The Elder", d. 896

Belló, Count of Carcassonne, b. ca. 755, d. 810

The two youngest children listed here may not belong to Belló

Children:

  1. Guisclafred, Count of Carcassonne, d. ca. 821
  2. Oliba I, Count of Carcassonne and Razés, m. Elmetrude, m. Richelda, d. 837
  3. Sunyer I, Count of Empúries, d. 848
  4. Sunifred I of Barcelona
  5. Argila, Count of Carcassonne and Razés
  6. Bera of Barcelona, d. 840

Roger I of Carcassonne, d. 1012

Father: Arnaud I of Carcassonne
Mother: Arsinde of Carcassonne-Razéz
He was Count of Comminges as Roger II.
Spouse: Adelaide of Rouergue
Married 969

Children:

  1. Ramon Roger, Count of Carcassonne
  2. Bernard I Roger, Count of Couserans, b. ca. 962, m. Garsenda, Heiress of Bigorre, d. ca. 1034
  3. Peter Roger, Bishop of Girona
  4. Ermesinde of Carcassone, b. ca. 972, m. Ramon Borrell, Count of Barcelona, 993, d. 1 March 1058

Sancho I García, Count of Castile, d. 1017

Father: García Fernández of Castile
Mother: Ava Ribagorza
Sancho was called "el de los Buenos Fueros" which means " of the Good Laws", or "El de los Fueros" which means "He of the Rights or He of the Charters". He founded the abbey of San Salvador de Oña for his daughter Tigridia to manage.
Spouse: Urraca Gómez
Father: Beni Gómez
Urraca and Sancho were cousins.
Married

Children:

  1. Muniadona Mayor, m. Sancho III "the Great", ca. 1010
  2. Ferdinand of Castile, d. bef. 2 March 999
  3. Tigridia, Abbess of San Salvador de Oña
  4. Sancha Sanchez, m. Berenguer Ramon I "The Crooked", 1021
  5. García Sánchez of Castile, d. 1029, cause of death was murder by the Velas

And Possibly:

  1. Urraca, m. Sancho VI William of Gascony

García Fernández of Castile

Father: Fernán González, Count of Castile, b. ca. 910, d. 970
Mother: Sancha of Navarre
Spouse: Ava Ribagorza
Father: Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza
Mother: Garsinda of Fézensac
Married

Children:

  1. Sancho I García, Count of Castile, m. Urraca Gómez, d. 1017
  2. Urraca of Covarrubias
  3. Todo García
  4. Elvira García of Castile, b. ca. 978, m. Bermudo II of León, d. 1017

Fernán González, Count of Castile, b. ca. 910, m. Urraca Garcés, d. 970

Father: Gonzalo Fernández, Count of Castile
Mother: Muniadona (? Ramírez)
Spouse: Sancha of Navarre, m. Ordoño II of León, ca. 923, m. Álvaro Herraméliz, count of Álava, aft. 924
Father: Sancho I of Navarre, b. ca. 860, d. 10 December 925 in Resa, Spain, bur. in Villamayor de Monjardín, Spain
Mother: Toda Aznárez
Married aft. 931

Children:

  1. Gonzalo Fernández, m. Fronilde Gómez
  2. Sancho Fernández
  3. Munio Fernández
  4. García Fernández of Castile
  5. Urraca Fernández, m. Ordoño III of León, 951, repudiated 956, m. Ordoño IV "The Wicked" of León, 958, m. Sancho II of Pamplona, 962
  6. Muniadona Fernández, m. Gómez Díaz, Count of Saldaña

Gonzalo Fernández, Count of Castile

Father: Fernándo González
Mother: Gutina
Spouse: Muniadona (? Ramírez)
Married

Children:

  1. Fernán González, Count of Castile, m. Sancha of Navarre
  2. Ramiro González

Fernándo González

Spouse: Gutina

Married

Children:

  1. Gonzalo Fernández, Count of Castile, m. Muniadona (? Ramírez)

Sancho I of Navarre, b. ca. 860, d. 10 December 925 in Resa, Spain, bur. in Villamayor de Monjardín, Spain

Father: García Jiménez of Pamplona, m. Oneca "Rebel of Sangüesa", d. 882 in Aybar, Spain, cause of death was in battle.
Mother: Dadildis de Pallars
Sancho was the first king of Pamploma.
Spouse: Toda Aznárez
Father: Aznar Sánchez, Lord of Larraun
Mother: Onneca Fortúnez, b. 848/50, m. Abdullah of Córdoba, 862/3, d. aft. 890
Married

Children:

  1. García Sánchez I, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 919, m. Andregoto Galíndez, m. Theresa Ramírez, d. 970
  2. Urraca Sánchez, m. Ramiro II of León, d. 951
  3. Oneca Sánchez, m. Alfonso IV "the Monk", King of Leon, d. ca. 931
  4. Sancha of Navarre, m. Ordoño II of León, ca. 923, m. Álvaro Herraméliz, count of Álava, aft. 924, m. Fernán González, Count of Castile, aft. 931
  5. Velasquita Sánchez, m. Munio Vélaz, Count of Álava, m. Galindo of Ribagorza, m. Fortún Galindez
  6. Munia Sánchez
  7. Orbita Sánchez

García Jiménez of Pamplona, d. 882 in Aybar, Spain, cause of death was in battle.

Spouse: Oneca "Rebel of Sangüesa"

Married

Children:

  1. Íñigo Garcés, m. Jimena Garcés
  2. Sancha Garcés, m. Íñigo Fortúnez, m. Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon
Spouse: Dadildis de Pallars
Father: Lupus I, Count of Bigorre
Married

Children:

  1. Sancho I of Navarre, b. ca. 860, d. 10 December 925 in Resa, Spain, bur. in Villamayor de Monjardín, Spain
  2. Jimeno Garcés, King of Pamplona, m. Sancha Aznárez, d. 29 May 931

Aznar Sánchez, Lord of Larraun

Father: Sancho Garcés
Spouse: Onneca Fortúnez, b. 848/50, m. Abdullah of Córdoba, 862/3, d. aft. 890
Father: Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, d. 922
Mother: Oria (Awriya ibn Lubb)
After twenty years "captive" in Cordoba, Onneca's father, Fortún Garcés of Pamplona returned to Pamplona. Onneca left her Muslim family (she bore a son and two daughters to Abdullah) and married her first cousin, Aznar.
Married 882/3

Children:

  1. Sancho Aznar, may have died young
  2. Toda Aznárez, m. Sancho I of Navarre
  3. Sancha Aznárez, m. Jimeno Garcés, King of Pamplona

Sancho Garcés

Father: García Íñiguez, King of Pamplona
Mother: Urraca
Spouse: Daughter of Galindo I
Father: Galindo Aznárez I, Count of Aragon, d. 867
Married

Children:

  1. Aznar Sánchez, Lord of Larraun, m. Onneca Fortúnez

Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, d. 922

Father: García Íñiguez, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 805, d. 882
Mother: Urraca
In 860 Fortún was captured while in Milagro, then taken to Cordoba. He was called al-Anqar (el Tuerto) by the Muslims because he had only one eye. His daughter Onneca was with him, though it is unknown whether she arrived later or was captured with him, and was married to Abdullah, son of Muhammad I.
Spouse: Oria (Awriya ibn Lubb)
Father: Lubb ibn Musa
Married

Children:

  1. Íñigo Fortúnez, m. Sancha Garcés
  2. Anzar Fortúnez
  3. Velasco Fortúnez
  4. Jimena Fortúnez, m. Íñigo Garcés
  5. Lope Fortúnez
  6. Onneca Fortúnez, b. 848/50, m. Abdullah of Córdoba, 862/3, m. Aznar Sánchez, Lord of Larraun, 882/3, d. aft. 890

García Íñiguez, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 805, d. 882

Father: Íñigo Arista, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 790, d. 851/2
García was captured by Vikings in 859 and ransomed for 70,000 gold dinars. He may have had another daughter, Jimena, who married Alfonso III "The Great", King of Asturias and Leon.
Spouse: Urraca
Urraca may be the granddaughter of Musa ibn Musa ibn Qasi, leader of the Banu Qasi clan. Some sources claim she was not García's wife. It is not known for certain who was the mother of his children.
Married

Children:

  1. Fortún Garcés of Pamplona, m. Oria (Awriya ibn Lubb), d. 922
  2. Onneca Garcés, m. Aznar Galíndez II, Count of Aragon
  3. Sancho Garcés, m. Daughter of Galindo I

Íñigo Arista, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 790, d. 851/2

Íñigo was stricken with paralysis in 842.

Children:

  1. Assona Íñiguez, m. Musa ibn Musa ibn Fortun ibn Qasi
  2. García Íñiguez, King of Pamplona, b. ca. 805, m. Urraca, d. 882
  3. Galindo Íñiguez
  4. Daughter Íñiguez, m. García "el Malo (the Mean)", Count of Aragon

Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza

Father: Bernard I, Count of Ribagorza
Mother: Tota Galíndez
Spouse: Garsinda of Fézensac
Father: William Garcés, Count of Fézensac, d. 960
Married

Children:

  1. Ava Ribagorza, m. García Fernández of Castile

Bernard I, Count of Ribagorza

Father: Raymond I, Count of Pallars and Ribagorza
Mother: Giniguentes
Bernard is sometimes listed as Hunifred Bernat.
Spouse: Tota Galíndez
Father: Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon
Mother: Acibella Garcés
Married

Children:

  1. Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza, m. Garsinda of Fézensac

Raymond I, Count of Pallars and Ribagorza

Father: Lupus I, Count of Bigorre
Spouse: Giniguentes
Father: Aznar Dat
Giniguentes may actually be Raymond's daughter-in-law instead of his wife.
Married

Children:

  1. Miro of Ribagorza
  2. Bernard I, Count of Ribagorza, m. Tota Galíndez
  3. Isarn, Count of Pallars
  4. Lupo, Count of Pallars

Lupus I, Count of Bigorre

Children:

  1. Raymond I, Count of Pallars and Ribagorza
  2. Dadildis de Pallars, m. García Jiménez of Pamplona

William Garcés, Count of Fézensac, d. 960

Father: García II Sánchez, Duke of Gascony, d. ca. 930
Mother: Amuna (Munia)

Children:

  1. Odo, Count of Fézensac
  2. Bernard, Count of Armagnac
  3. Fredelon, Count of Gause
  4. Garsinda of Fézensac, m. Raymond II, Count of Ribagorza

García II Sánchez, Duke of Gascony, d. ca. 930

García was known as "The Bent". He may have been the son of Sancho Sánchez or Sancho Mitarra, but older sources say he was of Spanish origin.
Spouse: Amuna (Munia)
Married

Children:

  1. Sancho IV, Duke of Gascony
  2. William Garcés, Count of Fézensac, d. 960
  3. Arnold, Count of Astarac
  4. Andregoto Garcés, m. William "The Good", Count of Bordeaux
  5. Garsinda Garcés, m. Raymond III Pons, Count of Toulouse
  6. Acibella Garcés, m. Galindo Aznárez II, Count of Aragon

Bernard I Comte de la Marche, b. ca. 970 in Toulouse, France

Spouse: Amelie, Countess of Aubnay, b. ca. 974 in Toulouse, France

Married.

Children:

  1. Almodis de la Marche, b. ca. 1020 in Toulouse, France, m. Hugh V "The Fair" or "The Pious" of Lusignan, ca. 1027, m. Pons, Count of Toulouse, 1045, m. Ramon Berenger I "The Old", 1056, d. 16 November 1071, cause of death was murder by her stepson, Pere Ramon.

Robert I "Guiscard" de Hauteville, b. ca. 1015 in Normandy, France, d. 17 July 1085 in Atheras, Italy, cause of death was fever

Father: Tancred of Hauteville, b. 980, d. 1041
Mother: Fressenda (Fredesenda)
His nickname, from the Old French Viscart, has been translated as "the Resourceful", "the Cunning", "the Wiley", "the Fox", and "the Weasel". After his campaign in Sicily he was called "Black Shirt Robert" due to the dyes in his shirt running together and turning black.

Anna Komnene describes Robert thusly: "He was a man of immense stature, surpassing even the biggest men; he had a ruddy complexion, fair hair, broad shoulders, eyes that all but shot out sparks of fire. In a well-built man one looks for breadth here and slimness there; in him all was admirably well-proportioned and elegant... Homer remarked of Achilles that when he shouted his hearers had the impression of a multitude in uproar, but Robert’s bellow, so they say, put tens of thousands to flight".

Spouse: Alberada de Macon (Alberada of Buonalbergo), b. 1032, d. aft. July 1122

Father: Renaud I, Count of Burgundy, b. 990 in Burgundy, France, d. 4 September 1057 in Burgundy, France
Mother: Alice (Adelaide or Judith), b. ca. 1005 in Normandy, France
Married 1051, divorced ca. 1058

Children:

  1. Bohemond I, Prince of Antioch, b. ca. 1058, m. Constance of France, 25 March/26 May 1106 in Chartres, Eure-et-Loir, France, d. 3 March 1111
  2. Emma of Hauteville, b. ca. 1152, m. Odo the Good Marquis

Spouse: Sikelgaita, Princess of Salerno, b. 1040 in Salerno, Italy, d. 16 April 1090

Father: Guaimar IV, Prince of Salerno, b. ca. 1013, d. 2 or 3 June 1052 in Benevento, Italy, cause of death was assassination
Mother: Gemma of Capua
Married 1058.
Sikelgaita (also called Sigelgaita or Sichelgaita) often accompanied her husband on his campaigns. At the Battle of Dyrrhachium she was said to have been on the field in full armor, though probably not as a combatant. She rallied the troops as they were repulsed by the Byzantine army. Even though she had tried to disuade Robert from invading Byzantium, she nevertheless arrived with her own army to assist.

Children:

  1. Mahalta (Maud) D'Apulia, b. 1059 in Apulia, Calabria, Italy, m. Ramon Berenger II "The Towhead", 1078, m. Aimeri de Narbonne, bef. 1083, d. 1111/12
  2. Roger Borsa, b. 1060/1, d. 1111
  3. Mabile of Hauteville, m. William de Grantmesnil
  4. Gersent (Heria) of Hauteville, m. Hugh V, Count of Maine, 1077, later repudiated
  5. Robert Scalio, d. 1110
  6. Guy, Duke of Amalfi, d. 1107
  7. Sibylla of Hauteville, m. Ebles de Ramerupt, 4th Count of Roucy
  8. Olympias (Helena) of Hauteville, betrothed to Constantine Doukas, August 1074, cancelled 1078

Tancred of Hauteville, b. 980, d. 1041

There is a claim that both of his wives were daughters of Richard I "The Fearless", Duke of Normandy

Spouse: Muriella

Married

Children:

  1. Serlo of Normandy
  2. Beatrix of Hauteville, m. Armand de Mortain, m. Roger de Mortain, d. 1101
  3. Geoffrey, Count of Loritello, Lord of Hauteville, d. 1063
  4. William Iron Arm de Hauteville
  5. Drogo de Hauteville, m. Gaitelgrima of Salerno, d. 1051 in Benevento, Italy, cause of death was assassination
  6. Humphrey de Hauteville, m. Daughter of Salerno
Spouse: Fressenda (Fredesenda)
Married

Children:

  1. Robert I "Guiscard" de Hauteville, b. ca. 1015 in Normandy, France, m. Alberada de Macon (Alberada of Buonalbergo), 1051 in Normandy, France, div. ca. 1058, m. Sikelgaita, Princess of Salerno, 1058, d. 17 July 1085 in Atheras, Italy, cause of death was fever
  2. Mauger, Count of the Capitanate, d. 1064
  3. William, Count of the Principate
  4. Aubrey (Alberic or Alvared) of Normandy
  5. Humbert (Hubert) of Normandy
  6. Tancred of Normandy
  7. Roger de Hauteville, Count of Sicily, d. 1101
  8. Fressenda of Hauteville, m. Richard I, Count of Aversa and Prince of Capua

Guaimar IV, Prince of Salerno, b. ca. 1013, d. 2 or 3 June 1052 in Benevento, Italy, cause of death was assassination

Father: Guaimar III of Salerno, b. ca. 983, m. Porpora of Tabellaria, d. 1027/31
Mother: Gaitelgrima of Capua
He was Duke of Amalfi, Duke of Gaeta, and Prince of Capua. According to Amatus of Montecassino, he was "more courageous than his father, more generous and more courteous; indeed he possessed all the qualities a layman should have — except that he took an excessive delight in women".
Spouse: Gemma of Capua
Father: Laidulf, Count of Capua
Married bef. 1032
Some sources say Gaitelgrima and Gatteclina are the same person. Others say that the daughter who married Humphrey is the same as the one who married Drogo. Some also state that a Gaitelgrima who married both Drogo and Humphrey and was the daughter of Guaimar's father, Guaimar III.

Children:

  1. John IV, Prince of Salerno, b. ca. 1032, d. 1039
  2. Sikelgaita, Princess of Salerno, b. 1040 in Salerno, Italy, m. Robert I "Guiscard" de Hauteville, 1058, d. 16 April 1090
  3. Gisulf II of Salerno
  4. Gaitelgrima of Salerno, m. Drogo de Hauteville, m. Robert, Count of Monte Sant’Angelo, m. Count Alfred
  5. Landulf, Lord of Policastro
  6. Guy of Salerno
  7. Guaimar V of Salerno
  8. Daughter of Salerno, m. Humphrey of Hauteville
  9. John, Abbot of Curte
  10. Gatteclina of Salerno, m. Jordan I of Capua

Guaimar III of Salerno, b. ca. 983, d. 1027/31

Father: John II "The Accursed", Prince of Salerno, d. 994/8
Mother: Sichelgaita

Spouse: Porpora of Tabellaria, d. ca. 1010

Married

Children:

  1. John III of Salerno, d. 1018
Spouse: Gaitelgrima of Capua
Father: Pandulf II, Duke of Benevento
Married
Sources do not agree about the husbands of Gaitelgrima. Some claim it was the daughter of Guaimar IV who married Drogo and Humphrey, while others say such a marriage was not possible.

Children:

  1. Guaimar IV, Prince of Salerno, b. ca. 1013, m. Gemma of Capua, bef. 1032, d. 2 or 3 June 1052 in Benevento, Italy, cause of death was assassination
  2. Guy, Duke of Spoletto
  3. Pandulf, Lord of Capaccio
  4. Gaitelgrima (Altrude) of Salerno, m. Drogo de Hauteville, m. Humphrey of Hauteville

John II "The Accursed", Prince of Salerno, d. 994/8

Spouse: Sichelgaita

Married

Children:

  1. Guy (Guido) of Salerno
  2. Guaimar III of Salerno, b. ca. 983, d. 1027/31
  3. Pandulf of Salerno
  4. Lambert of Salerno
  5. John of Salerno
  6. Peter of Salerno

Laidulf, Count of Capua

Father: Pandulf I Ironhead
Mother: Aloara, d. 992
Laidulf was Prince of Capua. He was implicated in the assassination of his brother, Landenulf.

Children:

  1. Gemma of Capua, m. Guaimar IV, Prince of Salerno, bef. 1032

Pandulf I Ironhead, d. 981 in Capua

Father: Landulf II "The Red" of Benevento, d. 961
Mother: Yvantia
Pandulf was Prince of Benevento and Capua, and Duke of Spoleto, Camerino, and Salerno.
Spouse: Aloara, d. 992
Married

Children:

  1. Landenulf, Prince of Capua, d. 993, cause of death was assassination
  2. Laidulf, Count of Capua
  3. Atenulf, d. 13 July 982, cause of death was the Battle of Stilo
  4. Landulf IV, Prince of Capua and Benevento, d. 13 July 982, cause of death was the Battle of Stilo
  5. Pandulf II, Prince of Salerno, d. 13 July 982, cause of death was the Battle of Stilo

Landulf II "The Red" of Benevento, d. 961

Father: Landulf I Antipater of Benevento, d. 10 April 943
Mother: Gemma of Naples
He was prince of Capua as Landulf IV.
Spouse: Yvantia
Married

Children:

  1. Pandulf I Ironhead, m. Aloara
  2. Landulf

Landulf I Antipater of Benevento, d. 10 April 943

Father: Atenulf I "The Great", Prince of Capua, d. June 910
Spouse: Gemma of Naples
Father: Athanasius of Naples
Married

Children:

  1. Atenulf III, m. Rotilda - dau. of Guaimar II
  2. Landulf II "The Red" of Benevento, m. Yvantia, d. 961

Atenulf I "The Great", Prince of Capua, d. June 910

Father: Landenulf, Gastald of Teano

Children:

  1. Atenulf II, d. 939
  2. Landulf I Antipater of Benevento, m. Gemma of Naples, d. 10 April 943

Athanasius of Naples, d. 898

Father: Gregory III, Duke of Naples, d. March 870
In 878, while he was bishop of Naples, Athanasius blinded and deposed his brother Sergius to become Duke.

Children:

  1. Gemma of Naples, m. Landulf I Antipater of Benevento

Gregory III, Duke of Naples, d. March 870

Father: Sergius I, Duke of Naples, d. 864
Mother: Drusa

Children:

  1. Sergius II, Duke of Naples
  2. Athanasius of Naples
  3. Stephen, Bishop of Naples

Sergius I, Duke of Naples, d. 864

Spouse: Drusa

Married

Children:

  1. Gregory III, Duke of Naples, d. March 870
  2. Caesar of Naples
  3. Athanasius, Bishop of Naples
  4. Stephen, Bishop of Sorrento
  5. Daughter of Naples, m. Landulf, Gastald of Suessola





Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Fri, Nov 18, 2005