William X The Saint, Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 1099 in Toulouse, France, m. Emma of Limoges, d. 9 April 1137 in France

Father: William IX The Troubador, Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 22 October 1080, m. Ermengarde of Anjou, 1089, d. 10 February 1126
Mother: Philippa of Toulouse, d. 28 November 1118 at Fontevrault, Aquitaine, France
William was also duke of Gascony, and of Poitou as William VIII.

Spouse: Eleanor de Chastelleraut, b. 1103 in Chatelleraut, France, d. March 1130 in Talmont-sur-Gironde, France

Father: Almeric I of Chastellerault, b. ca. 1075, d. 7 November 1151 in Notre-Dame, France
Mother: Amauberge "Dangerose" de Chastelleraut
Married 1121.

Children:


William IX The Troubador, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 22 October 1071, m. Ermengarde III of Anjou, 1089, d. 11 February 1127

Father: William VIII, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1025, m. Garsende of Perigord, 1044, div. 1058, m. Matilda of la Merche, 1058, d. 25 September 1086
Mother: Hildegard of Burgundy, d. 1104
He was also count of Poitou as William VII. He is the earliest vernacular poet whose work has survived. His marriage to Ermengarde is now considered untrue.

William was excommunicated, for the second time, for "abducting" Dangerose, the wife of Almeric I of Chastellerault. When Philippa returned home from Poitiers to find her home taken over by another woman, she retired to the Abbey of Frontevault and died two years later. Dangerose was the mother of William's son's wife Eleanor de Chastelleraut.
Spouse: Philippa of Toulouse, d. 28 November 1118 at Fontevrault, Aquitaine, France
Father: William IV Count Toulouse, b. ca. 1040, d. 1093
Mother: Emma de Mortain, b. ca. 1040 in France
Married 1094

Children:

  1. William X The Saint, Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 1099 in Toulouse, France, m. Emma of Limoges, m. Eleanor de Chastelleraut, 1121, d. 9 April 1137 in France
  2. Raymond of Poitiers, Prince of Antioch, b. ca. 1099, m. Constance of Antioch, 1136, d. 1149, cause of death was in battle
  3. Henry, Abbot of Cluny
  4. William, Count of Valentinois, d. ca. 1187
  5. Agnes of Aquitaine, m. Aimery V of Thouars, m. Ramiro II Sanchez "the Monk", King of Aragon, 1135

William VIII, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1025, m. Garsende of Perigord, 1044, div. 1058, d. 25 September 1086

Father: William V The Great, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 969, d. 31 January 1030
Mother: Agnes of Burgundy, b. ca. 993, m. Geoffrey II Martel, Count of Anjou
William was born Guy-Geoffrey.
Spouse: Matilda of la Merche
Married 1058 in Toulouse, France. Divorced May 1068.

Children:

  1. Agnes of Aquitaine, b. 1052, m. Alfonso VI "the Valiant", King of Castile and Leon, 1069 in Toulouse, France, m. Elias I, Count of Maine, 1109, d. 1078
Spouse: Hildegard of Burgundy, b. ca. 1040 in Burgundy, France, d. 1104
Father: Robert I Capet, Duke of Burgundy
Mother: Blanche of Anjou
Married 1068 in Toulouse, France.

Children:

  1. Beatrice of Aquitaine, m. Alfonso VI "the Valiant", King of Castile and Leon, 1108 in Toulouse, France, m. Helias I, Count of Maine, 1110
  2. Hugh of Aquitaine, d. 1126
  3. William IX The Troubador, Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 22 October 1071, m. Ermengarde of Anjou, 1089, m. Philippa of Toulouse, 1094, d. 11 February 1127
  4. Agnes of Aquitaine, b. 1060, m. Peter I, King of Aragon, d. 1097

William V The Great, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 969, d. 31 January 1030

Father: William IV Iron Arm, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 937, d. 3 February 993
Mother: Emma of Blois, b. 950, d. ca. 1003
Spouse: Almodis of Gevaudun, m. Adalbert I of la Marche
Some sources call her Adalemode of Limoges
Married 997

Children:

  1. William VI The Fat, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1004, , m. Eustachie of Montreuil, d. 1038
Spouse: Sancha of Gascony, d. ca. 1018
Father: William II Sánchez, Duke of Gascony
Married 1011

Children:

  1. Eudes (Otto), Duke of Aquitaine, d. 1039, cause of death was in battle
  2. Adalais of Aquitaine, m. Guiraut I Trancaleon, Count of Armagnac
  3. Thibaut (Theobald) of Aquitaine, died young
Spouse: Agnes of Burgundy, b. ca. 993, m. Geoffrey II Martel, Count of Anjou
Father: Otto-William, Count of Burgundy, b. 958 in Lombardy, Italy, m. Adelaide of Anjou, bef. 1016, d. 21 September 1026
Mother: Ermentrude (Irmtrude), Countess of Rheims, b. 963 in Reims, Marne, France, d. bef. 5 March 1005
Married 1019

Children:

  1. William VII "The Eagle" or "The Bold", Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1023, m. Ermesinde, d. 1058 in Saumur, cause of death was dysentery
  2. Adelaide of Aquitaine, m. Gerard, Count of Armagnac
  3. William VIII, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1025, m. Garsende of Perigord, 1044, div. 1058, m. Matilda of la Merche, 1058, m. Hildegard of Burgundy, d. 25 September 1086
  4. Agnes "The Colorless" of Aquitaine, b. 1024, m. Henry III "The Black", Holy Roman Emperor, d. 1077
  5. Beatrice of Aquitaine, m. Raymond of Melgueil, d. 1109

William IV Iron Arm, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 937, d. 3 February 993

Father: William III Towhead, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 915 in Poitiers, France, d. 3 April 963 in Saint-Maixent-l\'École
Mother: Adele of Normandy, b. ca. 917, d. ca. 962
Spouse: Emma of Blois, b. 950, d. ca. 1003
Father: Theobald I le Blois, b. ca. 902, d. ca. 978 in France
Mother: Luitgarde of Vermondois, b. ca. 915 in Vermandois, Normandy, France, d. 943 in Blois, France
Married 968

Children:

  1. William V The Great, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 969, m. Almodis of Gevaudun, 997, m. Sancha of Gascony, 1011, m. Agnes of Burgundy, 1019, d. 31 January 1030
  2. Ebles of Aquitaine, d. aft. 997

William III Towhead, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 915 in Poitiers, France, d. 3 April 963 in Saint-Maixent-l\'École

Father: Ebles Manzer "The Bastard", Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 870, m. Aremburga, d. 935
Mother: Emilienne
Spouse: Adele of Normandy
Father: Rolf "The Ganger" Rognvaldsson
Mother: Poppa de Valois
While sources agree that William's wife was named Adele, they do not agree that she was Adele of Normandy. Still others say her name was Geirlaug (Gerloc), another daughter of Rolf "Ganger".
Married 935

Children:

  1. William IV Iron Arm, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 937, m. Emma of Blois, 968, d. 3 February 993
  2. Adelaide of Aquitaine, b. ca. 950, m. Hugh Capet, King of France (2), 968, d. ca. 1006

Ebles Manzer "The Bastard", Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 870, m. Aremburga, bef. 10 October 892, d. 935

Father: Ranulf II, "King" of Aquitaine, b. 850, m. Ermengarde, 867, d. 5 August 890, cause of death was poisoning
Spouse: Emiliene, d. 913/15
Married 911

Children:

  1. William III Towhead, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 915 in Poitiers, France, m. Adele of Normandy, 935, d. 3 April 963 in Saint-Maixent-l\'École

Spouse: Adele

There is a lot of confusion about the ancestry of Adele. Some sources claim she is Adele of Normandy, while others suggest she was Adele of England, a daughter of Edward the Elder, possibly Ælfgifu.

Children:

  1. Ebles, Bishop of Limoges, b. ca. 925, d. 977

Ranulf II, "King" of Aquitaine, b. 850, d. 5 August 890, cause of death was poisoning

Father: Ranulf I, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 820, d. 5 July 866 in Aquitaine, France, cause of death was the Battle of Brissarthe
Mother: Bilichilde of Maine

Children:

  1. Ebles Manzer "The Bastard", b. ca. 870, m. Aremburga, m. Emiliene, 911, m. Adele, d. 935
Spouse: Ermengarde, d. 935
Married 867

Children:

  1. Ranulf III, Count of Poitou, d. 901

Ranulf I, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 820, d. 5 July 866 in Aquitaine, France, cause of death was the Battle of Brissarthe

Father: Gerard I, Count of Auvergne, b. ca. 795 in Auvergne, France, d. 25 June 841
Mother: Rotrude (2), b. ca. 800
The identity of Ranulf's parents is not certain.
Spouse: Bilichilde of Maine, b. ca. 830 in Maine, France
Father: Rorick of Maine
Mother: mother
Married 845

Children:

  1. Ranulf II, "King" of Aquitaine, b. 850, m. Ermengarde, 867, d. 5 August 890, cause of death was poisoning
  2. Gauzbert of Aquitaine, d. 892
  3. Ebles of Aquitaine, b. 857, d. 892

Gerard I, Count of Auvergne, m. Hildegard, d. 25 June 841

Father: father
Mother: mother
Spouse: Rotrude (2), b. ca. 800, d. 841
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: Ermengarde, Princess of Hesbaye, b. 778 in Hesbaye, Liege, Belgium, d. 3 October 818 in Angers, Maine et Loire, France
Married

Children:

  1. Ranulf I, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 820, m. Bilichilde of Maine, 845, d. 5 July 866 in Aquitaine, France, cause of death was the Battle of Brissarthe
  2. Gerhard II, Count of Limousin, d. 879
  3. Daughter of Gerard I

Clementia of Aquitaine

Father: William VII "The Eagle" or "The Bold", Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1023, d. 1058
Mother: Ermesinde
Spouse: Conrad I, Count of Luxembourg
Father: Giselbert of Luxembourg
Mother: mother
Married 1075

Children:

  1. Henry III, Count of Luxembourg
  2. Conrad of Luxembourg
  3. Matilda of Luxembourg, m. Godefroy, Count of Bleisgau
  4. Rudolph, Abbot of Egisheim and Dagsbourg
  5. Ermesinde of Luxembourg, b. ca. 1080, m. Albert of Moha, 1096, m. Godfrey I, Count of Namur, 1109, d. 24 June 1143
  6. William I, Count of Luxembourg
Spouse: Gerard I, Count of Wassenberg and Guelders, b. ca. 1060, d. 8 March 1129
Father: Theodoric of Wassenberg
Married aft. 1086

Children:

  1. Jutta of Guelders, m. Waleran "Paganus", Duke of Lower Lorraine
  2. Yolanda of Guelders, m. Baldwin III, Count of Hainaut
  3. Gerard II, Count of Wassenberg and Guelders, m. Ermengarde of Zutphen

William VII "The Eagle" or "The Bold", Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1023, d. 1058 in Saumur, cause of death was dysentery

Father: William V The Great, Duke of Aquitaine
Mother: Agnes of Burgundy, b. ca. 993, m. Geoffrey II of Anjou
He was born Peter, or Pierre-Guillaume. He was Count of Poitou as William V.
Spouse: Ermesinde
Married

Children:

  1. Agnes of Aquitaine, m. Ramiro I, King of Aragon, 1054, m. Peter I, Count of Savoy, 1064
  2. Clementia of Aquitaine, m. Conrad I, Count of Luxembourg, 1075, m. Gerard I, Count of Wassenberg and Guelders, aft. 1086

Gerard I, Count of Wassenberg and Guelders, b. ca. 1060, d. 8 March 1129

Father: Theodoric of Wassenberg
There are claims that Gerard was not married to Clementia, but instead, possibly, to an un-named daughter of William I, Count of Burgundy.
Spouse: Clementia of Aquitaine, m. Conrad I, Count of Luxembourg, 1075
Father: William VII "The Eagle" or "The Bold", Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1023, d. 1058
Mother: Ermesinde
Married aft. 1086

Children:

  1. Jutta of Guelders, m. Waleran "Paganus", Duke of Lower Lorraine
  2. Yolanda of Guelders, m. Baldwin III, Count of Hainaut
  3. Gerard II, Count of Wassenberg and Guelders, m. Ermengarde of Zutphen