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MARTEL7,10,18,27,33,64,101,131,298,514,554 was born about 740. She was also known as Unknown Martel.14,242 Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude TREVES.


Princess Of Ade MARTEL7,18,33,38,64,101,131,198,221,242,264,298,554,642 was born in 759 in Aachen, Rheinland, Prussia. She died on 12 May. She was also known as Ade Princess Of Franks.842 She was buried in Abbey Saint Arnoul, Metz, Austrasia, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Name Prefix:<NPFX> Princess
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> B6JN-FD Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Princess Of The Holy Roma Adelaide MARTEL7,18,34,38,72,102,198,221,230,231,299,465,466 was born in 773 in Of, Pavie, Lombardy, Italy.231,299,465,466 She died in Aug 774 in Pavie, Lombardy, Italy.231,465,466 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Princess Of The HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
Ancestral File Number:<AF N> 9GCD-4Q Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Princess Of Alemannien Hildegarde DE VINZGAU.


Auda MARTEL.72 Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude TREVES.


Auda Aldane MARTEL7,530,531 was born WFT Est 738 in France. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Of Swanhilde BAVARIA.

Spouse: Duke Of Toulouse Makir THEUDERIC. Duke Of Toulouse Makir THEUDERIC and Auda Aldane MARTEL were married. Children were: Auba Berthe Of AUTUN, Raedburh De CAROLINGIANS, Count Of Toulouse ST WILLIAM I.


Auda Ardane MARTEL7,246 was born about 738 in France. She died Deceased. 1 NAME /Aude/
1 BIRT
2 DATE 717 Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Of Swanhilde BAVARIA.


King Of Italy Bernard I MARTEL5,7,18,34,64,71,113,115,117,128,242,259,535,554,1169,2435,3289 was born in 797 in , Of Lombardy, Italy.5,115,128,2435,3289 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]25,73,74,134 He was christened in 810 in Italy. He was buried in Apr 818 in St Amrosius, Milan, Italy.25,2806,3290 He died on 17 Apr 818 in Milan, Italy.5,25,73,74,113,115,128,2435,3289 ES III:49 PED OF A.H.AYERS
ES III:49 PED OF A.H.AYERSAlso Known As:<_AKA> King of /Lombardy/
Name Suffix:<NSFX> King of Italy
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Data Sources :
Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #2216
Brøderbund World Family Tre e #8, Pedigree #3712
Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #1525

Brøder bund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #1725
King of Italy 813-817

Gedcom G41 9
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Churchyard/Orr Family Museum - Chart of
L ineal Ancestors of King Edward III of England
and Philippa of Hainault

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Name Suffix:<NSFX> King of Italy
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G83-46
Type: An cestor


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GIVN Bernard King Of
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AUTH The Church of Jesus Chr ist of Latter-day Saints
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OCCU King of Lombardy ...
SOUR COMYN4.T AF & GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) #4064359944 say 797; Royalty for
Commoners, Rod erick W. Stuart, p. 168 says c797; members.aol.com/sargen3 says
797, Vermandoi s, Normandy, France;
SOUR CHARLEMG.ZIP (GS) says 812; Royalty for Commoners, R oderick W. Stuart, p. 168
says 17 Apr 818, Milano, Italy;members.aol.com/sarge n3 says 17 Apr 818, Milan;
GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) #4064359944; COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots)
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 168;
1s t name sometimes spelled Bernhard; King of Italy - COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve
Root s), p. 6;King of Italy - Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,
p. 2 74; COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots) says mother is Gondrade while Americans
of R oyal Descent, Charles H. Browning says mother is Bertha - NLP; COMYNJ.TAF
& CO MYNI.GED say mother is Gondrade - NLP;Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W.
Stuar t, p. 168 says his mother was N.N. - NLP
BERNARD, son of PEPIN and BERTHA, was King of Italy, 813-817 - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 168
CH ARL.TXT indicates that there were two Bernards. One by Bertha who became King of Italy and one by the Daughter of Duke Bernard, younger brother of Pepin the Short who was Pepin's natural son.
King of Italy, 781-810 - CHARLEMAG.ZIP (GS)
King of Lombardy, Italy - http://misc.traveller.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kmilbur n/d0003/g0000094.htm#I1331
King of Italy, Blinded & Killed by his uncle, Louis I, in Milan, Italy -http://al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html/d0045/g0000 027.html#I24380
He was King of Italy from 812 to 817. Progenitor of the House of Vermandois. Some speculate that his mother is Bertha of Toulouse, d/o Guil laume aka Isaac [DAVID], Count of Toulouse. Source:
Pedigrees of ... Descend ants of Charlemagne,p 17;
Royal.zip (Compuserve); Ahnentafel for Edward III o f England - http://al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html/notes.html#NI34007

OCCU King of Lombardy ...
SOUR COMYN4.TAF & GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) #40643 59944 say 797; Royalty for
Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 168 says c797; me mbers.aol.com/sargen3 says
797, Vermandois, Normandy, France;
SOUR CHARLEMG.Z IP (GS) says 812; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 168
says 17 Ap r 818, Milano, Italy;members.aol.com/sargen3 says 17 Apr 818, Milan;
GWALTNEY. ANC (Compuserve) #4064359944; COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots)
SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 168;
1st name sometimes spelled Bernhard; Ki ng of Italy - COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve
Roots), p. 6;King of Italy - Americans of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning,
p. 274; COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots) say s mother is Gondrade while Americans
of Royal Descent, Charles H. Browning say s mother is Bertha - NLP; COMYNJ.TAF
& COMYNI.GED say mother is Gondrade - NLP ;Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W.
Stuart, p. 168 says his mother was N.N. - NLP
BERNARD, son of PEPIN and BERTHA, was King o Parents: King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I and Bertha DE TOULOUSE. Parents: King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I and Gondres Or THERRES. Parents: King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I and Queen Of Italy Bertha Of TOULOUSE. Parents: King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I. Parents: King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I.

Spouse: Queen Of Italy Cunigunde DE FRANCE. King Of Italy Bernard I MARTEL and Queen Of Italy Cunigunde DE FRANCE were married about 814.25,73,74,77,134,1021 Children were: Count Of Vermandois Pepin II De VERMANDOIS, Count Of Peronne Pepin DE VERMANDOIS II, Count Of Bernhard De BAYEAUX.

Spouse: Queen Of Italy Cunigunda Of GELLONE. King Of Italy Bernard I MARTEL and Queen Of Italy Cunigunda Of GELLONE were married about 815 in Before.2806 _FREL Natural
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_FREL Natural
_MREL Natural
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SOUR HAWKINS.GED says AB T 815; www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 813

SOUR HAWKINS.GED says ABT 815; www.r ootsweb.com/gumby says 813

SOUR HAWKINS.GED says ABT 815; www.rootsweb.com/ gumby says 813 Children were: Count Of Vermandois Pepin II De VERMANDOIS, Count Vermandois And Sens Pepin De Peronne II MARTEL.


Bertbelle MARTEL7,531 was born WFT Est 760 in Austrasia, France. Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Concubine LEUTHERGIS.


Bertbelle MARTEL7,18,64,101,131,298,554 was born about 750 in Aachen, Rheinland, Prussia. She was also known as Bertbelle Martel.242 Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Princess Of The Franks\ Bertha MARTEL7,18,38,54,72,102,121,139,198,221,230,231,242,264,299,465,466,842 was born in 765 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.139,299,465,466 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]231 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]231 She died on 11 Mar 825/26 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.139,465,466 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] She was also known as Princess Of The Holy Roman Empire. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] ALIA Princes of the Holy Roman /Empire/ Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Princess Of Alemannien Hildegarde DE VINZGAU.

Spouse: Angilbert DE PONTHIEU. Angilbert DE PONTHIEU and Princess Of The Franks\ Bertha MARTEL were married in 787. Children were: Nithard SAINT RIQUIER, Berthe DE PONTHIEU, Arsinde DE PONTHIEU, Hardouin DE PONTHIEU.

Children were: Arsinde De PONTHEIU.


Mayor Palace Carloman MARTEL I7,25,26,72,73,74,113,139,221,230,231,465,466,530,531,642,710 was born about 710 in Austrasia, Flanders, Belgium.25,73,74,113 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]201 He was christened between 741 and 747 in Carolingia - Mayor Of The Palace.2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening]844 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]844 He retired in 747 in Monastary At Monte Cassino.2440 He retired in 747 in Monastary At Monte Cassino.844 He died on 17 Aug 755 in Monte Cassino, Italy.25,73,74,113,616,844,2242,2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]201 He was buried in 775.25 He was also known as Carloman Franks.10,14,18,27,33,64,71,72,101,131,242,264,298,514,554 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Name Prefix:<NPFX> King
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Mayor of the Palace*
of Austrasia, Thuringer, and Alemaine. Mayor of the Palace ofAustrasia
741-747. Brother of Pepin the Short. Administered the easternFrankish
kingdom; fought wars with t he Germans, and strengthened the power ofthe
Catholic Church. Retired to a mon astary in 747, and was later at Monte
Cassino in 750. Uncle of Carloman and Ch arlemagne, sons of Pepin the
Short.

Carloman of Austrasia, son of Charles M artel, died at Monte Cassino in754.

Carloman, son of Charles Martel, divided half his father's governmentwith his brother Pepin. in 741. Carolman was Mayo r of the Palace forthe Meerwing King Childeric III until 747, when "weary of th e world"he retired in 747. to the monastary at Monte Cassino.

Carloman, son of Charles Martel, succeeded his father as Mayor of thePalace in the Kingdom of France in 741. Tiring of the secular life,Carloman retired to a monastary in 747, leaving the job of Mayor ofthe Palace to his brother, Pepin III.Name Prefix:<NPFX> King
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Mayor Of The Palace*
of Austrasia, Thuringer, and Alemaine. Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia 741-747. Brother of Pepin the Short. Administered the eastern Frankish kingdom; fought wars with t he Germans, and strengthened the power of the Catholic Church. Retired to a mon astary in 747, and was later at Monte Cassino in 750. Uncle of Carloman and Cha rlemagne, sons of Pepin the Short.

Carloman of Austrasia, son of Charles Mar tel, died at Monte Cassino in 754.

Carloman, son of Charles Martel, divided half his father's government with his brother Pepin. in 741. Carolman was Mayo r of the Palace for the Meerwing King Childeric III until 747, when "weary of t he world" he retired in 747. to the monastary at Monte Cassino.

Carloman, so n of Charles Martel, succeeded his father as Mayor of the Palace in the Kingdom of France in 741. Tiring of the secular life, Carloman retired to a monastary in 747, leaving the job of Mayor of the Palace to his brother, Pepin III.Name Suffix:<NSFX> Mayor of the Palace
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Mayor of the Palace
[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 260, 269; NEHGR, V. 99; A. Roots 191; AF.
Roo ts: Carloman, Mayor of the Palace, died 754. Probably married a daughter
of Al ard, brother of Garnier, ancestor of theMargraves of Spoleto.
RC: Carloman, Ma yor of the Palace in Austrasia. Died a monk, 754, at Monte
Cassino, Monastery, Italy. Married a daughter of Alard.
Data Source:
Imperium Forum (www.ghgcorp.com/shelder/oldimp
Mayor of the Pala ce of Austrasia 741-746

When his father Charles Martel died in 741, Pepin I II and his brother
Carloman succeeded as joint Mayors of the Palace of Austra sia. In 746,
Carloman abdicated and became a monk, leaving Pepin to rule all o f
Austrasia on his own.

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NSFX Mayor of the Palace inAustasia
TYPE Book
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OCCU Mayor of Palace 741-47...
SOUR www.rootsweb.com/ gumby; www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170 says AFT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.rootsweb.c om/gumby says 4 Dec 755;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 19 6 says 754
Retired from the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stento n, p. 170;
Mayor of the Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,
p. 191; Prince of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue;

OCCU Mayor of Palace 741-47...
SOUR www.rootsweb.com/gumby; www.teleport.com /ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170 says A FT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 4 Dec 75 5;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 196 says 754
Retired fro m the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170;
Mayor of th e Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,
p. 191; Pri nce of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue;

FRNK Y
FREN Y
GOVT Y
DATE 12 NOV 1997


NSFX Mayor of the Palace inAustasia
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OCCU Mayor of Palace 741-47...
SOUR www.rootsweb.com/ gumby; www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170 says AFT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.rootsweb.c om/gumby says 4 Dec 755;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 19 6 says 754
Retired from the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stento n, p. 170;
Mayor of the Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,
p. 191; Prince of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue;

OCCU Mayor of Palace 741-47...
SOUR www.rootsweb.com/gumby; www.teleport.com /ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170 says A FT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 4 Dec 75 5;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 196 says 754
Retired fro m the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170;
Mayor of th e Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,
p. 191; Pri nce of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue;

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GOVT Y
DATE 12 NOV 1997Name Prefix:<NPFX> [STATTHALTER OF
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SOUR www.rootsw eb.com/gumby; www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Si r Frank Stenton, p. 170 says AFT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.roo tsweb.com/gumby says 4 Dec 755;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 196 says 754
Retired from the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170;
Mayor of the Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Ro derick W. Stuart,
p. 191; Prince of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/don ahue;

OCCU Mayor of Palace 741-47...
SOUR www.rootsweb.com/gumby; www.telep ort.com/ddonahue/donahue ;
SOUR Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170 says AFT 747;
FRANCE.SOV (Compuserve) says 754;www.rootsweb.com/gumby says 4 Dec 755;
oyalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 191, 196 says 754
Reti red from the world in 747-Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton, p. 170;
Mayo r of the Palace in Austrasia - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,
p. 1 91; Prince of the Franks - www.teleport.com/ddonahue/donahue;

FRNK Y
FREN Y
GOVT Y
DATE 12 NOV 1997 Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude Duchesse DE TREVES. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and SWANHILDE OF BAVARIA. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude TREVES.

Children were: Countess Of Paris\ Rotrude Carloman FRANKS, William TOULOUSE.

Spouse: Chotrude Of FRANKS. Mayor Palace Carloman MARTEL I and Chotrude Of FRANKS were married about 735. _FREL Natural
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Carloman II MARTEL7,38,198,221,465,466,710 was born in 751 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.465,466,844,2440 He was christened in 751 in Austrasia - Son Of Pepin III The Short.499 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2242 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 He was buried in 771 in St Remy Abbey, Reims, Marne, France. He died on 4 Dec 771 in Samoucy, Aisne, France.465,466 Name Prefix:<NPFX> King
Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCC-D0
Joint King of the Franks - 768-771 - with his brother Charlemagne.

Carloman II of Austrasia b orn about 751, was the son of Pepin III the Short.

Carloman II came to rule Austrasia, the eastern kingdom of the Frankish Empire, the co-heir of his fathe r Pepin who came to rule in 751 by overthrowing the Merovingians. Austrasia w as the home territory of the Carolingians (descendants of Charlemagne), who ros e to power as hereditary mayors of the palace in Austrasia. Austrasia had the capital at Metz, and comprised northeastern France, the Low Countries (later Be lgium and the Netherlands), and western and southern Germany.

Carloman II, s on of Pepin III, became joint ruler of the Kingdom of France with his brother C harles when Pepin III died in 768. Carloman died in 771, leaving his brother C harles as so ruler, who became known as Charles the Great (Charlemagne).

Upo n the death of his father, Pepin III the Short, Carloman II ruled northern Aqui taine; Provence; Septimania, and Burgundy.

Carloman of Austrasia, son of Pep in, and brother of Charles, Duke of Burgundy (Charlemagne), shared the kingdom of Carolingia with his brother from 768 to 771. He died in 771, leaving all th e kingdom to his brother. Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL5,7,18,25,26,33,34,38,54,64,71,73,74,77,101,102,121,128,131,134,139,198,221,242,264,298,299,465,466,490,491,554,642,647,842,1021,1170,2439,3291,3292,3293 was born on 2 Apr 742 in Aix La Chapelle, Austrasia.5,128,139,299,465,466,1170,1919 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]1919 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]28,136,1016,1017,1979,1984 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening]201 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]1919 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2242 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]1919 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]1919,1921 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]746,1917 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241,2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He died on 28 Jan 813/14 in Aix La Chapelle, Austrasia.5,128,139,299,465,466,617,1170 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]28,136,1016,1017,1979,1984 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]201 He was buried in 814 in Notre Dame D'aix La Chapelle, Austrasia. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Emperor King Of "L'abbe" Bastard \Holy Roman Em. He was christened in St Denis, Paris, Seine, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]201 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]1919 He was christened in St Denis, Paris, Seine, France. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Emperor Of The HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE
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King of France 768-814.
King of the Lombard s.
First Germanic ruler to assume the title of Emperor.
Created a vast empire in the West (the western part of ancient
Roman Empire + new lands).
The 'emp ire' he revived lasted in one form or another for a
thousand years.
Shared ki ngdom with his brother Carloman.
Gained wide acclaim for his military success, waged over 50
campaigns.
Subjugated neigboring Germans & waged war vs. Avars , Slavs,
Byzantines & Moors.
Aided the Pope by defeating Lombards & becoming their king.
Defeated pagan Saxons after 30 years of war.
Founded the Holy Rom an Empire. Crowned by Pope Leo III in 800.
Controlled power of nobles & extend ed law over a troubled
domain.
Patron of culture and extender of civilization .
Charlemagne, Emperor Of The Holy Roman Empire, King of the
Franks was king of the Franks from AD 768 to 814 and 'Emperor
of the Romans' from 800 to 814. He became a key figure in the
development of western Europe's medieval civiliz ation. By his
almost constant military campaigns, Charlemagne created a vast
empire in the West which included much of the western part of
the old Roman Em pire as well as some new territory. He was the
first Germanic ruler to assume the title of emperor, and the
'empire' he revived lasted in one form or anothe r for a
thousand years. Culturally and politically, he left his mark on
the n ewly rising civilization of the West. Probably no ruler of
the early Middle Ag es better deserved the title of 'The Great.'

Charlemagne was the son of Pepi n the Short, and the grandson of
Charles Martel. From 768 to 771, Charlemagne shared Pepin's
kingdom with his brother, Carloman. When Carloman died,
Charle magne became sole ruler. He took up with energy the work
begun by his father a nd grandfather. His first step was to
repress his hostile neighbors. Charlemag ne gained wide acclaim
for his outstanding military ability, persistence, and success.
He waged more than 50 campaigns against neighboring Germanic
peoples on all sides, and against the Avars, Slavs, Byzantines,
and Moors.

Charlem agne's first great war was against the Lombards, a
Germanic people who had inv aded Italy in the late 500's. They
had been a source of trouble to the popes e ver since. In
conquering them, Charlemagne followed Pepin's policy of
friends hip and cooperation with the Roman Catholic Church. This
also served Charlemag ne's own interests, because he became
ruler of the Lombard kingdom in Italy.

The long Saxon war was the most important of Charlemagne's
military ventures . The Saxons, who held the whole northwestern
part of Germany, were pagans. Th eir defeat after 30 years of
war prepared the way for the religious conversion and
civilization of Germany.

By means of other wars, Charlemagne put down a rebellion in
Aquitaine, added Bavaria to his kingdom, and established
sever al border states to protect his outlying conquests. In
eastern Europe, he defe ated the Slavs and Avars and made
possible eastward migration by the Germans.

Charlemagne had built a vast and sprawling state that shared
borders with s uch different peoples as the Slavs, Byzantines,
and Moslems. He defended the R oman Catholic Church and
constantly extended its power. He was far more powerf ul than
the imperial successors of Constantine, the first Christian
emperor i n the West, and he ruled a much more extensive area.
Because of his great hold ings, he decided to revive the Roman
Empire, but as a new empire that was Euro pean and Christian in
Character. The relations of the popes with the Byzantine , or
Eastern Roman, emperors in Canstantinople had been breaking
down since t he middle 700's. An alliance between the Roman
Catholic Church and the Franks, accomplished by proclaiming
Charlemagne emperorName Suffix:<NSFX> 1st HR Emperor*
CHARLEMAGNE: Emperor of "the west" and King of France. Said to havehad nine wives, including Hameltrude, Desiderata (dvcd) ; Hildegarde(d. bef. him); Fastrade the Saxon; Liutgarde the German; Maltegard e;Gersunde, a Saxon; Regina; and Adalinda.

aka Charles the Great; Charles I ; Karl der Gros'se; Carolus Magnus.King of the Franks 742-814. Emperor of the W est Franks 800-814 King ofNeustrasia at the death of his father, Pepin the Shor t in 768. King ofAustrasia at the death of his brother, Carloman in 771. King o f allthe Franks in 771. Married in 771 to Hildegarde of Swabia. Repudiatedthis marriage in 774. Visited Rome, 1st King of Franks to do so.Described as over 6' tall, superb athlete, a merry man who can notread but speaks both Greek an d Latin. 774 Conquered Lombardy,Venetia, Istria, Dalmatia, and Corsica. Fought with, and subjugatedthe Saxons 772-785. Invaded and destroyed the Kingdom of L ombardy773-774, and became King of the Lombards in 773. In 778 led anexpedition into northeastern Spain, against the Arabs. His "paladinRoland at Roncesvalle led to the writing of many medieval books andliterature of Charlemagne's life, including the epic "Chanson deRoland" (Song of Roland). Roland was killed in 778. Beginning of theCarlovingian cycle in France. 800 - Was crowned "Carolus Augustus,Emperor of the Romans on Christmas Day 800, by Pope Leo III. Subduedth e Avars in 791-796 and 804. Organized and administration of hisrealm,
beginnin g of the Holy Roman Empire; at the end of his conquests hisrealm included much of Europe. Strengthened Christianity through hisrealm. Founded schools, includi ng Alcuin. Patron of literature,science, and art. Died 814 at age 72. Buried at Aix-le-Chappelle townin Rhenish
Prussia west and south of Cologne. Died of pleurisy January 28.Succeeded by Louis I named the Pious.

Charlemagne's actu al birthplace is unknown. Son of Pepin the Short,who was King of Neustria. (Th e western Frankish Empire.)

The first Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne, Carol us Augustus, theGreat, died age 71 of pleurisy on January 28 814. He is succ eeded byhis son, 36 year old Louis the Pious son of Desiderata.

Charles of t he Franks, better known as Charlemagne or Charles theMagnificent/the Great, rul ed the Frankish Kingdom which became knownas Carolingia between 768-814. After the death of his father, Pepinin 768, Charles or Charlemagne became King of th e western Franks.After the death of his brother, Carloman, Charlemagne ruled ov er allthe Franks in 771. It was at this time he married Hildegarde ofSwabia.

When Pepin III the short, the father of Charles (aka Charlemagne) diedin 768 , Charles was given those lands of northern France known asnorthern Aquitaine; Austrasia; and Neustria to rule. He was jointruler of the Frankish Kingdom the n with his brother, Carloman II. WhenCarloman II died in 771, Charles or Charle magne then ruled all of theFrankish Kingdom alone until 814.

Charles, Duke o f Burgundy, ruled the kingdom of Carolingia (successorto the Merovingian or Fra nkish kingdom) from 768-771 sharing it withhis brother, Carolman. He then conq uered most of Europe, and becameknown as Charlemagne from 771 to 800.

During the battle at Verdun in 782, Charlemagne executed 4,500hostages. and isssued h is "Capitulation de partibus Saxoniae"(Capitulation of Saxony).

Charlemagne was crowned head of the western Roman Empire at Rome onChristmas Day. His coro nation was not recognized by the Empress Ireneof the Eastern Roman Empire.
He was first of the Carolingian Emperors to rule what later becameknown as Imperia l Germany.

The Emperor Charlemagne built his cathedral at Aachen between 793 -804.Also known as Aix-la-chapelle, site of Roman baths from the 1stcentury, be came the second capital of the empire of Charlemagne after768. The center of C arolingian culture. Located in the RhineProvince (later of Prussia), westr/sou thwest of Cologne, familyrailroad junction; tradeHISTCHARLEMAGNE, OF CHARLES I THE GREAT, EMPEROR OF THE WEST, CAROLIGIAN KING OF THE FRANKS, SON OF PEPIN THE SHORT, MAYOR OF THE PALACE.
HISTIN 774, CHARLE MAAGNE INVADED ITALY IN SUPPORT OF THE POPE AND WAS CROWNED, KING OF THE LOMBAR DS. HE TOOK NORTHEASTERN SPAIN FROM THE MOORS IN 778 AND ANNEXED BAVARIA IN 78 8. AFTER A LONG STRUGGLE, HE SUBJUGATED AND CHRISTIANIZED THESAXONS. IN 800, CHARLEMAGNE RESTORED LEO III TO THE PAPACY AND WAS CROWNED EMPEROR OF THE WEST ON CHRISTMAS DAY. THIS ACTION LAYED THE FOUNDATION FOR THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE A ND FINALIZED THE SPLIT BETWEEN EAST AND WEST, BYZANTINE AND ROMANEMPIRES. CHAR LEMAGNE RULED THROUGH A HIGHLY EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM. HE CODIFIED TH E LAW IN HIS VARIOUS DOMINIONS. HIS COURT AT AACHEN, PRUSSIA WAS THE CENTER FO R AN INTELLECTUAL AND CULTURAL RENAISSANCE. THE END OF HIS REIGN WASTROUBLED B Y INVASION BY THE NORSEMEN. IN 813, HIS SON, LOUIS I WAS CROWNED CO-EMPEROR AN D SUCCEEDED HIM THE FOLLOWING UPON CHARLEMAGNE'S DEATH.
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HISTFROM THE WRI TINGS OF EINHARD vita KAROLI MAGNI, ASSISTANT TO THE KING: KING CHARLES WAS HEA RTBROKEN OVER THE DEATH OF HIS CHILDREN WHO SUCCEDED HIM IN DEATH, WHOM HE CARE D FOR DEEPLY. HE WEPT OPENLY IN COURT. FOR THE KING WAS A SENSATIVE ANDCARING INDIVIDUAL. WHEN HE WAS TOLD OF THE DEATH OF HIS FRIEND PONTIFF HADRIAN (796) IT WAS AS IF HE HAD LOST A BROTHER.
HISTCHARLEMGNE WAS OPEN AND LOVED TO MAKE FRIENDS AND ALWAYS KEPT THE ONES HE MADE.
HISTHE TOOK HIS CHILDREN EVERYWHERE, NEVER LEAVING AACHEN WITHOUT THEM. IN SOME WAYS HIS CHILDREN FELT HE WAS OVERPR OTECTIVE, ESPECIALLY WITH HIS DAUGHTERS, WHO WERE KEPT AT THE PALACE UNTIL HISD EATH.
HISTHE HAD A KIND DISPOSITION THAT NEVER LEFT, EVEN IN THE FACE OF CONFL ICT. HIS ILLEGITAMATE SON PEPIN 'THE HUNCHBACK' PLOTTED TO OVERTHROW HIM IN79 2. HE WAS SUPPOSEDLY HELPED BY QUEEN FASTRADA. HE DIVORCED FASTRADA AND SENT P EPIN TO AMONESTERY, WHEN HE COULD HAVE HAD THEM KILLED.Name Suffix:<NSFX> [King of The Fra
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HIST CHARLEMAGNE, OF CHARLES I THE GREAT, EMPEROR OF THE WEST, CAROLIGIAN KING OF THE FRANKS, SON OF PEPIN THE SHORT, MAYOR OF THE PALACE.
HIST IN 774, CHARLEMAAGNE INVADED ITALY IN SUPPORT OF THE POPE AND WAS CROWNED, KING OF THE LOMBARDS. HE TOOK NORTHEASTERN SPAIN FROM THE MOORS IN 778 AND ANNEXED BAVARIA IN 788. AFTER A LONG
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HE DIVORCED FASTRADA AND SENT PEPIN TO A
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Sources: RC 171, 231 , 244, 262, 264, 269; Coe; A. Roots 50, 140; AF; Pfafman; Carolingian Ancestry.
Roots: Charlemagne, King of France 768-814, crowned Holy Roman Emperor
25 De c. 800. Charlemagne (Charles the Great). King of France, 767-814. Emperor of th e Holy Roman Empire, 25 Dec. 800-814.

Carolingian: Charles the Great (Charle magne), Emperor in the West. Died
814. No wife listed.
Why do AF records list some children as princesses of Holy Roman Empire and some as princesses of Fra nce?Nickname:<NICK> King of/Emperor of the West
REFNA
!Also known as Cha rles the Great, Reigned from 768 to 814 A.D.
Wordsworths Handbook of Kings and Queens
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Ref; 33rd Great Grandfather to Roy L. Birch Ref; AFN: 9GCC-89

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HIST FROM THE WRITINGS OF EINHARD vita KAROLI MAGNI, ASSISTANT T O THE KING: KING CHARLES WAS HEARTBROKEN OVER THE DEATH OF HIS CHILDREN WHO SUC CEDED HIM IN DEATH, WHOM HE CARED FOR DEEPLY. HE WEPT
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28. Charlemagne, Charles the Great. With the consent of the great nobles,
Charlemagne, Charles the Great, became King of F rance and Holy Roman
Emperor of the West from 771 to 814, following the death of his brother.
He was born April 2, 742, probably at Aix-La-Chapelle. When on ly twelve
years old we find him commissioned to receive and welcome the pontif f who
came to implore his father's aid against the barbarians that threatened
Rome. He probably accompanied his father in his campaigns at an early age,
bu t the first time that we really see him in the field, is on the renewal
of the war with the rebellious Duke of Aquitaine.

Upon the death of Pepin, in 768, Charlemagne and his younger brother
Carloman succeeded to equal portions of o ne of the most powerful of
European kingdoms, bounded by the Pyrenees, the Alp s, Mediterranean, and
the ocean. But this would hardly enabled the monarchs, e ven had they been
united, to resist successfully the incursions of the barbaro us tribes on
the German frontiers of France, which had commenced with the firs t
establishment of the Frankish dominion in Gaul; and which were kept alive
b y the constant pouring forth of fresh hordes from the overpopulated
north. The situation of Charlemagne was rendered yet more perilous by the
massive enmity of his brother, and the rebellion of Hunald, the turbulent
Duke of Aquitaine. But fortunately Charlemagne had a genius equal to the
difficulties of his sit uation; though his brother refused to aid him, he
defeated Huald; and no less illustrious by his clemency than by his valor
and military skill, he forgave t he vanquished rebel.


Desiderius, the King of Lombardy, had made large encr oachments upon the
states of the Roman Pontiff, whose cause was taken up by Ch arlemagne. This
led to feuds, which Bertha, his mother, endeavored to appease by arranging
a marriage between her son and the daughter of the Lombard. But
Charlemagne soon took a disgust to the wife thus imposed upon him, and
repudia ted her, that he might marry Hildegarde, the daughter of a noble

family in Swa bia. Thus he married Hildegarde of Swabia (Linzgau),
Countess, born in 757/758 , died April 30, 782/3.


In 771 Carloman died, and Charlemagne was elected to the vacant throne, to
the exclusion of his nephews, whose extreme youth mad e then incapable of
wearing the crown in such troubled times. Gilberge, the wi dow of Carloman,
immediately fled, and sought refuse with Desiderius, the comm on retreat
for all who were hostile to the Frankish monarch.


From that ti me, sole ruler during a reign of forty-three years, he waged
incessant wars on all his borders, subduing rebellions, extending his
domains and at the same t ime advancing Christianity. In 772 he began a
thirty-year war with the determi ned Saxons, after the successful opening
of Charlemagne was called to the assi stance of Pope Hadrian I. against
Desiderius, King of the Lombards. Charlemagn e marched two armies over the
Alps and conquered Lombardy in 774; returned and beat the Saxons again and
hastened into Spain, in 778, to help the Arabian ru lers of that country
against the Osman Caliph of Cordova. It was in this war t hat Roland, the
hero of romance, fell in the pass of Roncesvalles.


In 799 the Romans revolted against Pope Leo III., and were again brought
into subjec tion by Charlemagne. In return, while he was praying on the
steps of St. Peter 's Church, he was crowned by Leo with the iron crown of
the Western Empire, su ccessor of the Roman Caesars, unexpectedly to him,
as he pretended, on Christm as Day, 800, amidst the popular acclamations,
"Long life and victory to Charle s Augustus, crowned by God, great and
pacific Emperor of the Romans!"


The extensive domain of Charlemagne was rendered secure only by ceaseless
vigilan ce and warfare. The short intervals of peace which ere allowed him,
he employe d in endeavoring to educate and civilize his peop
Charlemagne, or Charles the Great, CAROLINGIAN king of the FRANKS, came to rule over most of Europe and assumed (800) the title of Roman emperor. He is someti mes regarded as the founder of the HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. In 768 he and his brother Carloman inherited the Frankish kingdom (most of present-day France and a part of western Germany) from their father PEPIN THE SHORT. The entire kingdom pass ed to Charlemagne when Carloman died in 771. He inherited great wealth and a st rong military organization from his father and brother. He used these assets to double the territory under Carolingian control. In 772 he opened his offensive against the SAXONS, and for more than three decades he pursued a ruthless poli cy aimed at subjugating them and converting them to Christianity. Almost every year Charlemagne attacked one or another region of Saxon territory. --4,500 Sax ons were executed on a single day in 782--and deportations were used to discour age the stubborn. The Saxons proved to be a far more difficult enemy than any o f the other peoples subjugated by Charlemagne. For example, the LOMBARDS were c onquered in a single extended campaign 773-74), after which Charlemagne assumed the title "king of the Lombards." In 788 he absorbed the duchy of Bavaria, and soon thereafter he launched an offensive against the AVAR empire. The Avars su ccumbed within a decade, yielding Charlemagne a vast hoard of gold and silver. After one disastrous campaign (778) against the Muslims in Spain, Charlemagne l eft the southwestern front to his son Louis, (later Emperor LOUIS I) who, with the help of local Christian rulers, conquered Barcelona in 801 and controlled m uch of Catalonia by 814. On Christmas Day, 800, Charlemagne accepted the title of emperor and was crowned by Pope LEO III. For several years after he regarded the imperial title of being of little value. Moreover, he intended to divide h is lands and titles among his sons, as was the Frankish custom. At his death on Jan. 28, 814, however, only one son, Louis, survived; Louis therefore assumed control of the entire Frankish empire.Also Known As:<_AKA> "Charles the /Great"/, Emperor of the West
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Date: 30 APR 783 Children were: GISELA, Duodene LIEGARDE, Princess Of Franken Hildegard HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, Princess ADELHEID, Princess Of The Holy Roma Adelaide MARTEL, Princess Of France DHUADA, LOTHAR, Lady Of Altdorf ERMENTRUDE, Holy Roman Emperor Louis I. Aquitaine, CUNIGUNDE, Princess Of The Franks\ Bertha MARTEL, Princess Of Holy Roman Em Gisela HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, Duc De Ingelheim Charles INGLEHEIM, Adelaide Of France, Princess Of The Franks\ Rotrud HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, King Of Italy Pépin CARLOMAN I, GISELA, Princess Of The Holy Roma BERTHA, Prince Of The Franks\ Louis I Of MARTEL, Countess Of Maine ROTRUND, HILDEGARD, Prince Of Holy Roman Empi LOTHAIRE, LOTHER, Duke Of Ingelheim\ Charles The Younger MARTEL, Bishop Metz Drogo MARTEL, Emperor Of The Holy Roman HUGO, Angilbert BERTHA, HILDEGARD, HILDEGARD, Rotrud MARTEL, Countess Of Paris Alpais Aupals Of FRANCE, Pepin I CARLOMAN, Theodrade HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, HILDEGARD, ROTRUD, King Of Italy Pepin I Of ITALY.

Spouse: Holy Roman Empress Regina FRANKS. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Holy Roman Empress Regina FRANKS were married in 784.231 Marriage Beginning Status:Other Children were: Abbott Hugh MARTEL, Bishop Of Metz DROGO, Bishop Drogo METZ, Abbot Hugh ST. QUENTIN.

Spouse: Holy Roman Empress\ Gerswind.

Spouse: Adélaïde.

Children were: Alpais DE AQUITAINE, Richbod (Abbott Of SAINT RIQUIER), Richbod HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Unknown UNKNOWN. Children were: Child Of CHARLEMAGNE.

Spouse: Unknown UNKNOWN. Children were: Child Of CHARLEMAGNE.

Spouse: Himiltrude VON RHINELAND. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Himiltrude VON RHINELAND were married in 768 in (Not Married - Had Natural Dtr).231 EVEN
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Spouse: Queen Of France LUTTGARDE.

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Spouse: Unknown UNKNOWN. Children were: Child Of CHARLEMAGNE.

Spouse: Gerswinda VON SAXONY. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Gerswinda VON SAXONY were married in 760. Children were: Abbess Of St. Peters Adaltrude.

Spouse: \Princess Of The Lombards DESIDERIA.

Spouse: DESIDERATA.

Spouse: * Mistress Of ITALY. Children were: * Pepin IV Of ITALY.

Spouse: * Hameltrude FRANKS. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and * Hameltrude FRANKS were married about 780 in (Not Married - Had Natural Dtr). Location of divorce was Saxony Children were: * Alpais Of PARIS.

Spouse: Empress Of The Roman Empi Fastrada FRANKS. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Empress Of The Roman Empi Fastrada FRANKS were married in 783 in Saxony.25,299,465,466 Children were: Theotrada, THEODRADA, THEODRADA, Theodrada ARGENTEUI, \Princess Of The Franks\ HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, THEODORA, Dtr Of CHARLEMAGNE.

Spouse: Queen Fastrada HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] They were married in 783 in , Worms. Children were: HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, THEODRADA, HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, HILTRUDE, Prince Germany Theodrada FRANKS.

Spouse: Countess Of France FASTRADE.

Spouse: SIGRADA. Children were: Princess Of The Franks\ Rothaid.

Spouse: LUITGARD. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and LUITGARD were married in 795.231

Spouse: REGINA. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and REGINA were married in 801. Children were: Count Of Metz Drogo, Abbott Hugh MARTEL.

Spouse: Holy Roman Empress ADALIND. Children were: Prince Of The Franks\ Theodoric, RICHBOD, THEODORIC.

Spouse: MALDEGARD. Children were: Rothild.

Spouse: Desiderata Or Sibilla Bertha HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Holy Roman Empress MADELGARDE. Children were: Ruothild FAREMOUTIERS, Abbess Of Faremoutiers) RUOTHILD.

Spouse: Luitgard HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Mathalgard Or Hathalgard HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Children were: Ruothild HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Regina Or Reginopycrha HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Regina Or Reginopycrha HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE were married. Children were: Bishop Drogo METZ, Adelinda HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, Emperor Of The Holy Roman HUGO.

Spouse: Concubine Galiena HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Children were: ADALTRUDE, Adaltrude HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Concubine Adelaide HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Concubine Adelaide HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE were married. Children were: Theodric HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.

Spouse: Madelgard BOHEMIA. Children were: Ruothild FAREMOUTIERS, Abbess Of Faremoutiers ROUTHILD.

Spouse: Gersvind FRANKS. Children were: ADALTRUDE.

Spouse: Maltegarde Of GERMANY. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Maltegarde Of GERMANY were married.

Spouse: Regina Of GERMANY. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Regina Of GERMANY were married.

Spouse: Adalinda Of GERMANY. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Adalinda Of GERMANY were married.

Spouse: Empress Himiltrud HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Empress Himiltrud HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE were married about 768. Children were: Aupais, Aupis FRANKS, Pepin HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, The Hunchback Pepin AUSTRASIA.

Spouse: Himiltude FRANKS. Children were: Monk Prum Pepin MARTEL.

Spouse: Desiderata MARTEL. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] They were married after 774 in France?.299,465,466 _FREL Natural
_MREL Natural Children were: Prince Of The Franks\ Louis I Of MARTEL, CARLOMAN.

Spouse: Gersunde A SAXON. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Gersunde A SAXON were married about 783 in Saxony. About the time Charlemagne executed 4,500 Saxon hostages at Verdun, he may have married again.

Spouse: Luitgard FRANKS. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Luitgard FRANKS were married in 794 in Germany.299,465,466

Spouse: HIMILTRUD. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and HIMILTRUD were married in No Marriage. Children were: Countess Of Paris Alpais Aupals Of FRANCE.

Spouse: Amaudree Of Alsace. Children were: Countess Of Paris Alpais Aupals Of FRANCE.

Spouse: LIUTGARD.

Spouse: REGINA. Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and REGINA were married. Children were: Hugo FRANKS.


Holy Roman Emperor Charles III MARTEL.139,221 Parents: The, King East Franks Ludwig GERMANS II and Queen Of Emma Of BAVARIA.


Duke Of Ingelheim\ Charles The Younger MARTEL7,18,28,38,64,101,131,133,139,198,221,242,298,299,465,466,554,1979 was born in 772 in Of, Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.28,299,465,466,1979 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 4 Dec 811 in Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.28,139,465,466,1979 He was also known as Charles 'The Younger' Duke Of Ingelheim.18 1 NAME Charles of Ingelheim /King of Neustria/
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[SUSANNA KEENE.FTW] Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Princess Of Alemannien Hildegarde DE VINZGAU.


Desiderata MARTEL7,221,264 was born about 758 in Verberie Sur Oise, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 She died before 780 in France? Had Been Wife Of Charlemagne. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] GIVN Desiderata of
SURN France
NSFX *
EVEN Ermengarde
TYPE AKA
EVEN Louis the Pious
TYPE Mother of
DATE 778
PLAC Aachen

Bertha Sibilla, Empress o f the Holy Roman EmpireGurney says the mother of Louis the Pious, son of Charlemagne, wasErmingarde, b ut other sources say she was Desiderata or Himiltrude.Gurney may have confused Ermingarde who was the wife of Louis thePious according to Langer.

GIVN Desi derata of
SURN France
NSFX *
EVEN Ermengarde
TYPE AKA
EVEN Louis the Piou s
TYPE Mother of
DATE 778
PLAC Aachen

Bertha Sibilla, Empress of the Hol y Roman EmpireGIVN Desiderata of
SURN France
NSFX *
EVEN Ermengarde
TYPE AKA
EVEN Louis the Pious
TYPE Mother of
DATE 778
PLAC Aachen

Bertha Sibilla, Empress o f the Holy Roman EmpireGIVN Desiderata of
SURN France
NSFX *
EVEN Ermengarde
TYPE AKA
EVEN Louis the Pious
TYPE Mother of
DATE 778
PLAC Aachen

Bertha Sibilla, Empress o f the Holy Roman EmpireGIVN Desiderata of
SURN France
NSFX *
EVEN Ermengarde
TYPE AKA
EVEN Louis the Pious
TYPE Mother of
DATE 778
PLAC Aachen

Bertha Sibilla, Empress o f the Holy Roman Empire

Spouse: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage] They were married after 774 in France?.299,465,466 _FREL Natural
_MREL Natural Children were: Prince Of The Franks\ Louis I Of MARTEL, CARLOMAN.


Bishop Metz Drogo MARTEL.139,221 Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Princess Of Alemannien Hildegarde DE VINZGAU.


Geoffrey Of Anjou MARTEL7,21,32 died in 1060.32 Parents: Count Of Fulk III The BLACK and Hildegarde De ANJOU.

Spouse: Agnes De Burgandy DE MACON. Geoffrey Of Anjou MARTEL and Agnes De Burgandy DE MACON were married.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She was born in 756 in Of, Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia. She was also known as Gertrude Princess Of Franks.842 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Princess Of The
GIVN Gertrude, Princess of
SURN Franks
AF N 9GCC-CS

GIVN Gertrude, Princess of
SURN Franks
AFN 9GCC-CS

REFNA
!NAME:Gertrude, Princess Of The FRANKS

GIVN Gertrude, Princess of
SUR N Franks
AFN 9GCC-CSGIVN Gertrude, Princess of
SURN Franks
AFN 9GCC-CS Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Lady Of The Franks\ Gisela MARTEL7,18,221,465,466 was born in 744. He was also known as Gisela Of Chelles Martel.72,230,231 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Abbess ChellesName Suffix:<NSFX> Abbess Of Chelles Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Princess Of The Gisele MARTEL7,18,28,33,38,64,101,131,133,198,221,242,264,298,490,491,554,642 was born in 757 in Of, Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia.28 She died in 811 in France.28 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Name Suffix:<NSFX> Princess Of The
GIVN Gisele, Princess of
SURN Franks
NSFX [A Nun]
AFN 9GCC-HH

GIVN Gisele, Princess of
SURN Franks
NSFX [A Nun]
A FN 9GCC-HH

REFNA
!NAME:Gisele,Princess Of The FRANKS

GIVN Gisel e, Princess of
SURN Franks
NSFX [A Nun]
AFN 9GCC-HHName Prefix:<NPFX> [A Nun]
Name Suffix:<NSFX> [A Nun]

GIVN Gisele, Princess of
SURN Franks
NSFX [A Nun]
AFN 9GCC-HH Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Hieronymous MARTEL7,246 died Deceased. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude Duchesse DE TREVES.


Abbott Hugh MARTEL7,28,34,113,133,139,221,531,2240 was born in 794 in Of Aachen.28,139,2240 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died on 7 Jun 844 in Utrecht, Netherlands.28,139,2240 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as The Bastard. 1 NAME Hugues /L' Abbe/ Abbot of St. Quentin
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[SUSANNA KEENE.FTW] Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Holy Roman Empress Regina FRANKS. Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and REGINA.

Children were: Petronille DE ST. QUENTIN AUXERRE.


Jerome MARTEL.10,14,18,27,33,64,72,101,131,221,230,242,264,298,465,466,514,554,842 Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude TREVES.


Living MARTEL.3

Spouse: Living BOYD.


Prince Of The Franks\ Louis I Of MARTEL5,7,18,26,28,33,34,38,54,64,72,75,76,101,113,117,128,131,133,136,198,221,230,231,242,298,299,340,465,466,531,554,647,657,710,1016,1017,2439 was born on 16 Apr 778 in , Casseneuil, Lot-Et-Garonne, France.5,28,113,128,231,299,340,465,466,1978,1984,2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]139,465,466,844 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]231 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]231 He was christened in 814 in Germany - Aka Lodwig Or Louis Le Debonnaire (The Fair). [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]617 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]844 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]617 He died on 20 Jun 840 in Near Ingelhei, Rhinehessen, Hesse.5,28,113,128,231,299,340,465,466,1016,1017,1978,2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]139,465,466,617 He was buried in 840 in Aachen Cathedral, Aachen, Rheinland, Prussia. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]139 He was also known as The Pious. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin] Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-8F
[160010.GED]

King of FranceAncestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-78
Ref 814-840 The Pious (778-840), Holy Roma n Emperor (814-840) King of France (814-840), King of Germany (814-840) King of Aquitaine (781-840)
1 NAME Louis le Debonaire /Holy Roman Emp/
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[SUSANNA KEENE.FTW]

Louis was removed from throne in 833 but restored 834



Louis I 'The Pious', Emperor Of The Holy Roman Empire i n 814
succeeded his father Charlemagne. In 817, he arranged for the
successio n after his death by dividing the empire among his
three sons. After his first wife died, Louis married again, and
a
fourth son, Charles, was born. Louis r edivided his empire in
829 in order to give Charles a share. The older sons re sented
the new division and revolted. Louis was removed from the
throne in 83 3, but was restored the next year. The bitter
struggle
between his sons conti nued until Louis died.

The name Louis means 'famous warrier'.1 BIRT
2 DATE Aug 778
1 BIRT
2 DATE Aug 778
2 PLAC Casseneiul, Lot e t Garonne, France
1 DEAT
2 DATE 20 Jun 840
2 PLAC nr. Ingelheim, Rhinehe ssen, HesseAlso Known As:<_AKA> The /Pious/
1 BIRT
2 DATE 795
1 DEAT
2 DATE 29 S EP 855
2 PLAC Pruem, GermanyAncestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-78
EVEN
TYPE Acceded
DATE 814aka Louis le D ebonaire. Holy Roman Emperor. 781 King of Aquitaine.

GIVN Louis I, Emporer o f The
SURN Holy Roman Empir
AFN 9GCD-78
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 17:50:49


NSFX , HRE
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AU TH Dave <UTZ@aol.com>
TITL Charlemagne-William the Conqueror
DATE 22 Jul 199 8
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/PowerMac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Document s-sourceKing of Aquitaine (781); Roman Emperor (814).
TYPE E-Mail Message
AUT H Richard Borthwick<rgbor@cyllene.uwa.edu.au >
TITL Lineage to Charlemagne, in re [sources listed]
DATE 30 Jan 1998
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/PowerM ac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Documents-source
DATE 27 MAY 2000

GIVN Louis I of
SURN FRANCE
NSFX HR Emperor*
Louis I aka Ludwig I. Was Holy Roman Emper or 814-840.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encycloped ia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 125.
Louis I the Pious, Ho ly Roman Emperor died on an island in the Rhinenear Mainz, 20 June 840, after s upressing a revolt of his son, Louisthe German. Louis' 45-year old son, Lothai r succeeds him as
emperor.Louis' 17 year old son, Charles the Bald, succeeds a s king of France,and joined his brother Louis the German in resisting the takeo ver oftheir brother Lothair of all of Charlemagne's kingdom.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents f rom Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Carolingian Empire
TYPE Ruled
DATE BET 814 AND 840
PLAC Germany
Louis I, or Ludwig, son of Charlema gne succeeded his father as emperorof the Carolingian Empire from 814 to 840. He was succeeded byLothair I.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illu strated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 262.
EVE N as Holy Roman Emperor
TYPE Coronation
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
EVEN Emperor C harlemagne
TYPE Heir to
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
Louis I, known as the pious, b ecame heir to the kingdom of his father,the Emperor Charlemagne in 814. Louis became the 2nd Holy RomanEmperor to begin a 26 year reign.
ABBR SOURCE #324
T ITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents fro m Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and W inston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Partition of Carolingian E mpire
TYPE Achievements
DATE 817
PLAC Aachen
Holy Roman Emperor Louis I par titioned the Carolingian Empire for thefirst time in 817, three years after the death of Charlemagne. Louis'son Lothar was given Burgundy, plus the Germand a nd Gallic
parts ofFrancia; Louis' son Louis the German, was given Bavaria and themarches to the east; Louis' son, Pepid, was given Aquitaine and partsof Sept imiania and part of Burgundy.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chr onology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUT H James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAG E Trager page 68.

OCCU King of France 814-840...
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; www.rootsweb.com/gumby ;
GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) , #4064360212;
Royalty f or Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; CHARLEMG.Z IP (GS); www.rootsweb.com/gumby;
COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 5 says ABT 20 Jun 840;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. SAncestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-78
EVEN
TYPE Acceded
DATE 814aka Louis le D ebonaire. Holy Roman Emperor. 781 King of Aquitaine.

GIVN Louis I, Emporer o f The
SURN Holy Roman Empir
AFN 9GCD-78
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 17:50:49


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TITL Lineage to Charlemagne, in re [sources listed]
DATE 30 Jan 1998
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DATE 27 MAY 2000

GIVN Louis I of
SURN FRANCE
NSFX HR Emperor*
Louis I aka Ludwig I. Was Holy Roman Emper or 814-840.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encycloped ia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 125.
Louis I the Pious, Ho ly Roman Emperor died on an island in the Rhinenear Mainz, 20 June 840, after s upressing a revolt of his son, Louisthe German. Louis' 45-year old son, Lothai r succeeds him as
emperor.Louis' 17 year old son, Charles the Bald, succeeds a s king of France,and joined his brother Louis the German in resisting the takeo ver oftheir brother Lothair of all of Charlemagne's kingdom.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents f rom Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Carolingian Empire
TYPE Ruled
DATE BET 814 AND 840
PLAC Germany
Louis I, or Ludwig, son of Charlema gne succeeded his father as emperorof the Carolingian Empire from 814 to 840. He was succeeded byLothair I.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illu strated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 262.
EVE N as Holy Roman Emperor
TYPE Coronation
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
EVEN Emperor C harlemagne
TYPE Heir to
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
Louis I, known as the pious, b ecame heir to the kingdom of his father,the Emperor Charlemagne in 814. Louis became the 2nd Holy RomanEmperor to begin a 26 year reign.
ABBR SOURCE #324
T ITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents fro m Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and W inston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Partition of Carolingian E mpire
TYPE Achievements
DATE 817
PLAC Aachen
Holy Roman Emperor Louis I par titioned the Carolingian Empire for thefirst time in 817, three years after the death of Charlemagne. Louis'son Lothar was given Burgundy, plus the Germand a nd Gallic
parts ofFrancia; Louis' son Louis the German, was given Bavaria and themarches to the east; Louis' son, Pepid, was given Aquitaine and partsof Sept imiania and part of Burgundy.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chr onology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUT H James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAG E Trager page 68.

OCCU King of France 814-840...
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; www.rootsweb.com/gumby ;
GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) , #4064360212;
Royalty f or Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; CHARLEMG.Z IP (GS); www.rootsweb.com/gumby;
COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 5 says ABT 20 Jun 840;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. SAncestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-78
EVEN
TYPE Acceded
DATE 814aka Louis le D ebonaire. Holy Roman Emperor. 781 King of Aquitaine.

GIVN Louis I, Emporer o f The
SURN Holy Roman Empir
AFN 9GCD-78
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 17:50:49


NSFX , HRE
TYPE Book
AUTH Å or c:Weis, Frederick Lewis
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TYPE Book
AUTH Stuart, Roderick W.
PERI Royalt y for Commoners
EDTN 3d
PUBL Genealogical Publishing co., Inc, Baltimore, MD (1998)
ISB 0-8063-1561-X
TEXT 171-40; 172-42; 185-41
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AU TH Dave <UTZ@aol.com>
TITL Charlemagne-William the Conqueror
DATE 22 Jul 199 8
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/PowerMac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Document s-sourceKing of Aquitaine (781); Roman Emperor (814).
TYPE E-Mail Message
AUT H Richard Borthwick<rgbor@cyllene.uwa.edu.au >
TITL Lineage to Charlemagne, in re [sources listed]
DATE 30 Jan 1998
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/PowerM ac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Documents-source
DATE 27 MAY 2000

GIVN Louis I of
SURN FRANCE
NSFX HR Emperor*
Louis I aka Ludwig I. Was Holy Roman Emper or 814-840.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encycloped ia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 125.
Louis I the Pious, Ho ly Roman Emperor died on an island in the Rhinenear Mainz, 20 June 840, after s upressing a revolt of his son, Louisthe German. Louis' 45-year old son, Lothai r succeeds him as
emperor.Louis' 17 year old son, Charles the Bald, succeeds a s king of France,and joined his brother Louis the German in resisting the takeo ver oftheir brother Lothair of all of Charlemagne's kingdom.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents f rom Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Carolingian Empire
TYPE Ruled
DATE BET 814 AND 840
PLAC Germany
Louis I, or Ludwig, son of Charlema gne succeeded his father as emperorof the Carolingian Empire from 814 to 840. He was succeeded byLothair I.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illu strated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 262.
EVE N as Holy Roman Emperor
TYPE Coronation
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
EVEN Emperor C harlemagne
TYPE Heir to
DATE 814
PLAC Aachen
Louis I, known as the pious, b ecame heir to the kingdom of his father,the Emperor Charlemagne in 814. Louis became the 2nd Holy RomanEmperor to begin a 26 year reign.
ABBR SOURCE #324
T ITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents fro m Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and W inston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Partition of Carolingian E mpire
TYPE Achievements
DATE 817
PLAC Aachen
Holy Roman Emperor Louis I par titioned the Carolingian Empire for thefirst time in 817, three years after the death of Charlemagne. Louis'son Lothar was given Burgundy, plus the Germand a nd Gallic
parts ofFrancia; Louis' son Louis the German, was given Bavaria and themarches to the east; Louis' son, Pepid, was given Aquitaine and partsof Sept imiania and part of Burgundy.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chr onology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUT H James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAG E Trager page 68.

OCCU King of France 814-840...
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; www.rootsweb.com/gumby ;
GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) , #4064360212;
Royalty f or Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 491; CHARLEMG.Z IP (GS); www.rootsweb.com/gumby;
COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 5 says ABT 20 Jun 840;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. SAncestral File Number:<AFN> 9GCD-78

EVEN
TYPE Acceded
DATE 814aka Louis le Debonaire. Holy Roman Emperor. 781 King of Aquitaine.

GIVN Louis I, Emporer of The
SURN Holy Roman Empir
AFN 9GCD-78
DATE 9 SEP 2000
TIME 17:50:49


NSFX , HRE
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AUTH or c:Weis, Frederick Lewis
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EDTN 7th
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TYPE Book
AUTH Stuart, Roderick W.
PERI Royal ty for Commoners
EDTN 3d
PUBL Genealogical Publishing co., Inc, Baltimore, MD (1998)
ISB 0-8063-1561-X
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A UTH Dave <UTZ@aol.com>
TITL Charlemagne-William the Conqueror
DATE 22 Jul 19 98
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/PowerMac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Documen ts-sourceKing of Aquitaine (781); Roman Emperor (814).
TYPE E-Mail Message
AU TH Richard Borthwick<rgbor@cyllene.uwa.edu.au >
TITL Lineage to Charlemagne, i n re [sources listed]
DATE 30 Jan 1998
LOCA GEN-MEDIEVAL-L@rootsweb.com/Power Mac 6500>Applications>Reunion>Documents-source
DATE 27 MAY 2000

GIVN Louis I of
SURN FRANCE
NSFX HR Emperor*
Louis I aka Ludwig I. Was Holy Roman Empe ror 814-840.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encyclope dia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 125.
Louis I the Pious, H oly Roman Emperor died on an island in the Rhinenear Mainz, 20 June 840, after supressing a revolt of his son, Louisthe German. Louis' 45-year old son, Lotha ir succeeds him as
emperor.Louis' 17 year old son, Charles the Bald, succeeds as king of France,and joined his brother Louis the German in resisting the take over oftheir brother Lothair of all of Charlemagne's kingdom.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, an d Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
EVEN Carolingian Empire
TYP E Ruled
DATE BET 814 AND 840
PLAC Germany
Louis I, or Ludwig, son of Charlem agne succeeded his father as emperorof the Carolingian Empire from 814 to 840. He was succeeded byLothair I.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Ill ustrated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to the Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurney page 262.
EV EN as Holy Roman Emperor
TYPE Coronation
DATE 814
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Called The Pious (778-840), Holy Roman emperor (814-40), king of France (814-40 ), king of Germany (814-40), and king of Aquitaine (781-840). He was the son of Charlemagne, king of the Franks. In 817 Louis made plans providing for the pos thumous division of the Carolingian Empire among his three surviving sons, Loth air I, Holy Roman emperor, Louis II, king of Germany, and Charles II, Holy Roma n emperor. His reign, however, was troubled by quarrels with his sons, who were dissatisfied with his arrangements for the succession. Louis was physically st rong but was easily influenced and was unequal to administering the large empir e that he inherited from his father.

In 781, at age 2, Louis I, "Le Pieux", was crowned and anointed King of Aquitaine by Pope Hadrian I, at the same time as his older brother Pepin was made King of Italy. Louis, whose twin brother ha d died at birth, was the third of Charlemagne's sons by his wife Hildegard. The Diviso Regni of 806indicates that Louis was to have Aquitaine as an independen t kingdom upon his father's death. Aquitaine was in effect a March; for much of Louis' reign as sub-king he and his officials were occupied in quelling Gascon revolts and launching offensives into Spain. Unrest had never completely died out in the Pyrenees since the annexation of Aquitaine in 768, and more especial ly after the disastrous ambush of the Frankish vanguard in Roncesvalles in 778. In about 788, Chorso, Duke of Toulouse was captured by a Gascon named Adelric, and then released after being forced to swear an oath of allegiance to the Gas con or Basque leader. In 793, the Sarracens invaded Septimania, burned the subu rbs of Narbonne and marched on Carcassonne, but in 795 Bahlul-ben-Machluc sued with Louis for peace. In 800, he successfully laid siege to Barcelona and subse quently captured Tortosa, Huesca and Pamplona and formed links with the Kingdom of the Asturias. Baptized: on 15 Apr 781; On 15 April 781, Louis was baptized by Pope Hadrian I in Rome. The next day, Easter Sunday, he was confirmed in his title of King of Aquitaine. Married in 794: Ermengarde d'Esbay, daughter of En gueran=Ingram, Count d'Esbay.

Note - between 800 and 837: Louis I establishe d monasteries in Nouaille (a cell of St. Hilaire of Poitiers), Gellone and St. Martin-de-Tours.

After the death of his brothers Pepin and Charles in 810 an d 811 respectively, Louis was crowned at Aachen on 13 September 813, Emperor an d heir to all of Charlemagne's lands, by Charlemagne himself without any assist ance nor even the presence of the Pope. All sources, Frankish as well as papal, refer to Louis as emperor from then on. Charlemagne died 5 months later. All of Louis' sisters were required to quit the palace and retire to their own esta tes. His cousins, the offsprings of Bernard (Pepin III's half brother) were ex hiled: Louis forced Count Wala to become a monk at Corbie; Adalhard was exhiled to Noirmoutier to be held there in custody by the Abbot; Bernhard returned to Lerin and Gundrada had to retreat to St. Radegund's convent of Sainte Croix in Poitiers. Only Theodrada was left unmolested as abbess of Notre Dame at Soisson s. Louis I was also known as Louis, "Le Pieux". On 27 February 814, upon learni ng of the death of his father, and at the age of 36 years, he left Doue-la-Font aine, in Anjou, to go to Aix-la-Chapelle.

This new emperor, enterred this ca pital, and poised himself in front of the tomb of Charlemagne. So oversome with grief, his forehead touched the stone floor of the church. Hence the name "Le Pieux". Since he was kind, relative to his times, he was also known as "Le Debo nnaire". For himself, he preferred to adopt the title "by divine Providence, Em peror Augustus". When Pope Leo died in May of 816, Stephen IV was elected Pope, and crowned Louis the Emperor on Sunday 5 October by placing a crown on his he ad during mass at Rheims. He also secured the release of some Roman exhiles in Francia. This crowning was among the first attempAlso Known As:<_AKA> King of /Franks/, Emperor of the West
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Data Sources:
Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne' s Descendants
Volume I, by Marcellus Donald Alexander R. von Redlich
King of Franks, Emperor of the West
AKA: le Debonnaire

Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #1525
Emperor of the West

Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pe digree #1725
Brøderbund World Family Tree #8, Pedigree #2216

Churchyard/Orr Family Museum - Chart of Lineal Ancestors
of King Edward III of England and Philippa of Hainault
Holy Roman Emperor

Gedcom G419
Submitted to Broderbun d by:
Robert W. McGahuey
203 Willowbrook Court
Winchester, VA 22602
(540) 723-8974

Imperium Forum on the Net www.ghgcorp.com/shelter/oldimp
King of A quitaine 781-814
Co-Emperor 813-814
King of the Franks (French) 814-840
F rankish Emperor 814-840

Louis was crowned King of Aquitaine (subkingdom to Franks) in 781 to
slow rebellion after Charlemagne's defeat in Spain by the Sa racen Moslems.
In 793, the Saracens invaded Aquitaine under their Caliph His ham. In 795 the
Spanish march was created with William as its Count. The nex t year, King
Louis and Count William defeated the Saracens and secured the Fr ankish
held areas of NE Spain. They continued to fight the Saracens until 81 3, when
all of Navarre was conquered by William and Louis.

In 806 Charlema gne wrote in his will that his sons Louis, Charles (co-King
of the Franks), a nd Pepin (King of Italy) would divide the Empire on his death.
Pepin died in 8 10 and Charles followed in 811. In 813 Byzantine nobles came
to Charlemagne to recognize him as Emperor (he was 69 years old), and so he
ordered Louis to come from Aquitaine to be crowned co-Emperor and be
designated as his successo r. When Charlemagne died in 814, Louis suc-
ceeded to all thrones.

Louis t he Pious became Frankish Emperor in 814 with no rivals to the throne.
He had t hree sons, Lothar, Pepin and Louis. In 817, Lothar was made co-
Emperor with his father and King of Italy to replace Bernard, Pepin made
King of Aquitaine , and Louis made King of Bavaria. In 823, LouisAlso Known As:<_AKA> Louis I the Pios of /Aquitaine/
Name Suffix:<NSFX> Empero r of the West
Data Sources:
Royal 92 Gedcom
Brøderbund World Family Tree #4, Pedigree #3982

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GIVN Louis I of
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Louis I aka Ludwig I. Was Holy Roman Emperor 814-840.
ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom' s of Europe, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to t he Present
AUTH Gene Gurney
PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurn ey page 125.
Louis I the Pious, Holy Roman Emperor died on an island in the Rh inenear Mainz, 20 June 840, after supressing a revolt of his son, Louisthe Germ an. Louis' 45-year old son, Lothair succeeds him as
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ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Y ear by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trage r, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.
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ABBR SOURCE # 337
TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs From Ancient Times to the Present
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PUBL Crown Publishers, New York . 1982
PAGE Gurney page 262.
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ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Yea r by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
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PLAC Aac hen
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parts ofFrancia; Louis' son Louis the German, was given Bavaria and themarches to the east; Louis' son, Pepid, w as given Aquitaine and partsof Septimiania and part of Burgundy.
ABBR SOURCE # 324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEven ts from Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
PUBL Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. New York. 1979.
PAGE Trager page 68.

OCCU King of France 814 -840...
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GWALTNEY.ANC (Co mpuserve) , #4064360212;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130
SO UR Encyclopedia, p. 491; CHARLEMG.ZIP (GS); www.rootsweb.com/gumby;
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ABBR SOURCE #337
TITL Kingdom' s of Europe, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs FromAncient Times to t he Present
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PUBL Crown Publishers, New York. 1982
PAGE Gurn ey page 125.
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emperor.Louis' 17 year ol d son, Charles the Bald, succeeds as king of France,and joined his brother Loui s the German in resisting the takeover oftheir brother Lothair of all of Charle magne's kingdom.
ABBR SOURCE #324
TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Y ear by Year Record of HumanEvents from Prehistory to Present.
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TITL Kingdom's of Europe, Illustrated Encyclopedia of Ruling Monarchs From Ancient Times to the Present
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TITL Trager's The People's Chronology. A Year by Year Record of HumanEven ts from Prehistory to Present.
AUTH James Trager, Editor
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OCCU King of France 814 -840...
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Children were: Of France ARNOULD, ALPAID, King Of Aquitaine PEPIN I, , Count Of Sens ARNULF, Alpais D'AQUITAINE, Bastard Of Franc ARNOULD, Duke Of Sens\ Arnulf, Emperor \Holy Roman Empir Lothair I Of CAROLINGIA.


N N MARTEL7,262,530,531 was born WFT Est 740. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Of Swanhilde BAVARIA.


King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III5,7,10,14,18,26,27,28,33,34,38,54,64,71,73,77,101,102,113,115,128,131,133,136,139,198,201,221,242,246,264,298,299,465,466,490,491,514,530,531,554,642,647,653,710,1016,1017,1170,3294 was born in 714 in Austrasia, France.5,28,113,115,128,136,139,201,299,465,466,653,1016,1017,1170,1984,2247 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]73,74,75,76 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]1917 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241,2440 He was christened in 754 in Saint-Denis.617,2241 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Christening] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]2241,2440 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]73,74,1021 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]25 He died on 24 Sep 768 in St. Dennis, Paris, France.5,28,113,115,128,136,139,201,299,465,466,502,617,653,844,1016,1017,1984,2241,2247,2440 He was also known as The Short. He was buried in Abbey St. Denys. Name Suffix:<NSFX> I King Of
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Pepin III, K ing des Francs (Andre Roux: Scrolls, 191.)

(Rosamond, Frankish kingdom under Carolingians.)

(Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Page 129, Line 171-42.)

( Andre Castelot, Histoire de La France, Tome 1, Pages 269 - 283, 369). Also Know n As: Pepin "Le Bref".

Born: in 714 in Austrasia, son of Charles Martel and Rotrude=Chrotrud, Duchesse d'Austrasie ). Married circa 740: Berthe=Bertrada de Laon, daughter of Charibert, Count de Laon and Bertrade N? ;

Berthe was for may years, at least since 740, the concubine of Pepin III. In 749 she convince d him to marry her. Note - between 742 and 753: Pepin III was baptized by the t hen future Saint Willibrod, famous apostle of Frisia and was brought up at the Monastery of Saint-Denis. He would protect the bishops.

Upon the death of hi s father, Charles Martel in Quierzy-sur-Oise on 22 October 741, Pepin III recei ved Neustria, Burgundy and the Provence. The next year, Pepin "Le Bref", whose surname was derived in the 9th. century because of his size, joined his older b rother, Carloman in military operations in Aquitaine. They ravaged the region o f Bourges and set fire to the Castle of Loches. By Autumn, they had pushed beyo nd the Rhine, defeated Duke Odilon of Bavaria and forcing the Allemanians to su bmit. In the year 743, they re-establish a Merovingian King by taking Childeric III from an abbey, purportedly one of the sons of Childeric II. In 744, Hunaud , son of Eudes, Duke of Aquitaine, undertakes his campaign in Allemania, crosse s the Loire and destroys Chartres, burning its cathedral. The next year, he was forced by Carloman and Pepin III to retire at the Monastery of the Ile de Re. Hunaud's son Waifre succeeds him. Pepin decides to free Grifon, his half-brothe r, and to thank him, Grifon joins a rebellion against Pepin, refusing Pepin's o ffer of a dozen Neustrian countships. In 749, Pepin III forces the Allemanians in rebellion to submit as well as the Bavarians. Grifon escapes but dies that y ear on his way to seek the help Waifre, Duke of Aquitaine, near Saint-Jean-de-M aurienne. The Merovingian dynasty comes to an end in November of 751 when Pepin III receives the Holy Oil from Boniface, Bishop of Soissons, thus becoming Kin g. His wife becomes Queen of the Francs the same day. Childeric III and his son Thierry both are shaven and they are sent to the Monastery of Saint-Berton, ne ar Arras.

Pepin III, King des Francs (Andre Roux: Scrolls, 191.)

(Rosamon d, Frankish kingdom under Carolingians.)

(Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Pag e 129, Line 171-42.)

(Andre Castelot, Histoire de La France, Tome 1, Pages 2 69 - 283, 369). Also Known As: Pepin "Le Bref".

Born: in 714 in Austrasia, s on of Charles Martel and Rotrude=Chrotrud, Duchesse d'Austrasie ). Married circ a 740: Berthe=Bertrada de Laon, daughter of Charibert, Count de Laon and Bertra de N? ;

Berthe was for may years, at least since 740, the concubine of Pepin III. In 749 she convinced him to marry her. Note - between 742 and 753: Pepin III was baptized by the then future Saint Willibrod, famous apostle of Frisia a nd was brought up at the Monastery of Saint-Denis. He would protect the bishops .

Upon the death of his father, Charles Martel in Quierzy-sur-Oise on 22 Oct ober 741, Pepin III received Neustria, Burgundy and the Provence. The next year , Pepin "Le Bref", whose surname was derived in the 9th. century because of his size, joined his older brother, Carloman in military operations in Aquitaine. They ravaged the region of Bourges and set fire to the Castle of Loches. By Aut umn, they had pushed beyond the Rhine, defeated Duke Odilon of Bavaria and forc ing the Allemanians to submit. In the year 743, they re-establish a Merovingian King by taking Childeric III from an abbey, purportedly one of the sons of Chi lderic II. In 744, Hunaud, son of Eudes, Duke of Aquitaine, undertakes his camp aign in Allemania, crosses the Loire and destroysAlso Known As:<_AKA> Pepin /Le Brief/
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Fir st King of Franks of 2nd Race; Mayor of the Palace

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PLAC Rome
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TIME 18:15:33

OCCU King of the Franks ...
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-715, Jupille, France ; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129
says 715;COLLINS.ROY (Comp userve);
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 652 (says 768);
COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 3 says 24-sep- 769;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129
SOU R Anglo-Saxon England, Sir Frank Stenton;
COLLINS.ROY (Compuserve);
Royalty f or Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129, 158
c.714-768, the first Carolingian king of the Franks (751-68). He overthrew
the Merovingian dynasty and had hi mself crowned king with the support of Pope
Zacharias. Pepin defended papal i nterests and in 754 turned over to the pope
what became the foundation of the Papal States. - Encyclopedia, p.652; Pippin,
Pepin de Neustria - COMYNR.TAF(Co mpuserve), p. 3;Pepin III "le Bref" Duc de
Neustria-COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), # 1451
PEPIN III, son of CHARLES MARTEL and ROTRUDE DE TREVES, was Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, King of the Franks - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. St uart, p. 129
He was the Mayor of the Palace, deposed the last of the Merovingi an Kings and became the first King of the Franks of the second race, 751-768. H e was also known as "Le Bref"; King of Neustrie and
Frank's King (741-768) He may have died on 24 Sep 768.
Source: Pedigrees of ... Descendants of Charlema gne, p cvi; Charlemagne's Ancestors; Charlemagne's 40 Generation Ahnentafel Cha rt by Tom Peterson, 24 Oct
1992; Royal.zip (Compuserve); Ahnentafel of Edward III, King of England - http://al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html/notes.htm l#NI34012

OCCU King of the Franks ...
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-715, Jupille, France; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129
says 715;COLLINS.ROY (Compuserve);
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 652 (says 768);
COMYNR.TAF (Compuserve Roots), p. 3 says 24-sep- 769;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129
SOUR Anglo-Sa xon England, Sir Frank Stenton;
COLLINS.ROY (Compuserve);
Royalty for Commone rs, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129, 158
c.714-768, the first Carolingian king of t he Franks (751-68). He overthrew
the Merovingian dynasty and had himself crow ned king with the support of Pope
Zacharias. Pepin defended papal interests a nd in 754 turned over to the pope
what became the foundation of the Papal Stat es. - Encyclopedia, p.652; Pippin,
Pepin de Neustria - COMYNR.TAF(Compuserve), p. 3;Pepin III "le Bref" Duc de
Neustria-COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1451
PEPI N III, son of CHARLES MARTEL and ROTRUDE DE TREVES, was Mayor of the Palace of Austrasia, King of the Franks - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 1 29
He was the Mayor of the Palace, deposed the last of the Merovingian Kings a nd became the first King of the Franks of the second race, 751-768. He was also known as "Le Bref"; King of Neustrie and
Frank's King (741-768) He may have d ied on 24 Sep 768.
Source: Pedigrees of ... Descendants of Charlemagne, p cvi ; Charlemagne's Ancestors; Charlemagne's 40 Generation Ahnentafel Chart by Tom Peterson, 24 Oct
1992; Royal.zip (Compuserve); Ahnentafel of Edward III, King of England - http://al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html/notes.html#NI34012

OCCU King of the Franks ...
SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 652 says 714;al7fl.abts.n et/green-page/greenged.html says 714
-715, Jupille, France; Royalty for Common ers, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 129
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Ref; 34th Great G randfather to Roy L. Birch Ref; Pepin King Of FranksName Suffix:<NSFX> Rey De Los Franks
Originally the Mayor of the Palace for Ki ng Childeric III. IN 751 an
assembly of nobles in Soissons elected him king of the Franks. In 754 Pope
Stephan II crowned Pepin, King of France at the abbey of St. Denis,
outside of Paris. He supported the Church and rescued the papac y from the
Lombard Kings giving the Pope central Italy in the Donation of Pepi n in
756.

27. Pepin (Pippin) II., the Short, King of France from 752 to 768 , born in
714, died in 768. He had much to do; the Saxons, Bavarians, and Arab s were
all menacing or revolting, and he had to rush from one part of the king dom
to the other, defending its frontiers, and getting no help from the
"stup id sluggard king," at Paris. At last, impatient of the farce, he sent
this que stion to the Pope: "Who is king, he who governs or he who wears
the crown?" "H e who governs, of course," answered the Pope. "That is
myself," said the littl e man with a great will; "so the sluggards shall go
to sleep forever," and he sent the last of them, Childeric III., the last
of the Merovingians, into a mo nastery. Then the nobles put their shields
together, and the little man was se ated on a chair, on their shields, and
with him thus, "shouting and raising th eir shields as high as they could,
they marched three times, round the parliam ent, and then, by St. Boniface,
he was anointed Archbishop of Metz, A.D. 752. Pepin did not forget that he
owed a debt of gratitude to the Pope for the answ er he had given to his
question, and when, shortly after, the Pope sent to com plain of the
trouble occasioned by the Lombards, Pepin crossed the Alps, punis hed the
Lombards, took from them all the territory about Rome and gave it to t he
Pope "to belong to him and to the bishops of Rome forever. That was the
be ginning of the Papal sovereignty. The States of the Church, as they were
calle d, remained under the sovereignty of the Popes until 1871." Pepin le
Bref, Kin g of France, died in 768. He married Bertha (Bertrada) of Laon.
She died in 78 3. They had two sons as follows: Parents: . Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude Duchesse DE TREVES. Parents: . Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Duchess Rotrude TREVES. Parents: King Of The Franks Charles DE MARTEL and Sunnichild AGILOFINGES. Parents: .

Spouse: Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON. King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON were married in 740 in Aachen, Germany.5,25,28,73,74,75,76,77,128,201,465,466,653,654,1016,1017,1021 _FREL Natural
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_MREL Natural Children were: Lady Of The Franks\ Gisela MARTEL, King Of Carloman FRANKS, Kg E. Franks CARLOMAN, Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL, Prince Of The Pepin FRANKS IV, Princess Of The Franks\ GISLA, Lady Of The Franks Bertha FRANKS, \Prince Of The Franks\ CARLOMAN, Gisela Of Abbes CHELLES, Lady Of The Franks\ Adelaide FRANKS, Princess Of Rothaide MARTEL, \Prince Of The Franks\ ROTHAID, Bertbelle De FRANCE, Lady Of The Franks\ Gertrude MARTEL, CAROLMAN, Pippin MARTEL, Abbess Of Chelles Gisela Of CHELLES, PIPPIN, REDBURGA, Prince Of The Gilles FRANKS, Princess Of The Gisele MARTEL, Princess Of Ade MARTEL, Princess France ADE, BERTBELLE, Bertbelle MARTEL, Carloman II MARTEL, Dtr Of Pepin III Of The FRANKS, Prince Franks PEPIN, Emeric FRANKS, CARLOMAN.

Spouse: Concubine LEUTHERGIS. King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Concubine LEUTHERGIS were married. Children were: Bertbelle MARTEL.

Spouse: Concubine Leuthergis FRANKS. King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Concubine Leuthergis FRANKS were married.

Spouse: Concubine Leuthergis FRANKS. King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Concubine Leuthergis FRANKS were married about 732 in , , , France.


Monk Prum Pepin MARTEL7,139,221,299,465,466 was born about 769.299,465,466 He died in 811.139,299,465,466 He was also known as Hunchback. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Monk Prum Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Himiltude FRANKS.


Count Vermandois And Sens Pepin De Peronne II MARTEL7,115,117,259,262,1169,2435 was born in 818 in Vermandois, Normandy, France.115,2435 He died in 848 in Milan, Italy.115 Name Suffix:<NSFX> Count Vermandois and Senslis Parents: King Of Italy Bernard I MARTEL and Queen Of Italy Cunigunda Of GELLONE.

Spouse: Rothaid BOBBIO. Count Vermandois And Sens Pepin De Peronne II MARTEL and Rothaid BOBBIO were married. Children were: Comte De Vermandois Herbert I DE VERMANDOIS.

Children were: Count Of Senlis Vermand\ Herbert I DE VERMANDOIS Comte De Vermandois, Comte De \Senlis\ Pepin DE VERMANDOIS I.


Pippin MARTEL.72,221,230,465,466 Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Princess Of Rothaide MARTEL7,18,33,38,64,101,131,198,221,242,264,298,490,491,554,642 was born about 744 in Of, Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] She died in Austrasia, France. She was buried in St Arnoul Abbey, Metz, Moselle, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] Name Suffix:<NSFX> Princess Of
GIVN Rothaide, Princess of
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GIVN Rothaide, Princess of
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AFN 9GCC-9GGIVN Rothaide, Princess of
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AFN 9GCC-9G Parents: King Of Franks Pepin MARTEL III and Queen Of Franks Bertrada DE LAON.


Rotrud MARTEL7,221,465,466 was born about 755.465,466 She died after 839.465,466 Parents: Emperor Of The Holy Roman Charlemagne MARTEL and Princess Of Alemannien Hildegarde DE VINZGAU.


Elma MARTELL3,183 was born on 11 May 1915.3,183 She died on 20 Mar 1975 in Ashley ND.3,183 She was buried Unknown in Ashley ND.3,183 She is reference number 71342.

Spouse: Leonard MEIDINGER. Leonard MEIDINGER and Elma MARTELL were married. Reference Number:1182376


Frederick MARTELL3,183 was born on 11 Nov 1883.3,183 He died on 21 Jul 1945.3,183 He is reference number 71913.

Spouse: Justina BENDER. Frederick MARTELL and Justina BENDER were married about 1905.3,183 Reference Number:1188852 Children were: Living MARTELL.


Living MARTELL.3 Parents: Frederick MARTELL and Justina BENDER.

Spouse: Gottholt SCHILL. Children were: Living SCHILL.


Living MARTENS.3

Spouse: Living BOYD. Children were: Living MARTENS, Living MARTENS, Living MARTENS, Living MARTENS.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living BOYD.

Spouse: Living WILDMAN. Children were: Living WILDMAN, Living WILDMAN.

Spouse: Living KIRK.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living BOYD.

Spouse: Living WILSON. Children were: Living WILSON, Living WILSON, Living WILSON.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living BOYD.

Spouse: Living LARSEN. Children were: Living MARTENS, Living MARTENS.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living LARSEN.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living LARSEN.


Living MARTENS.3 Parents: Living MARTENS and Living BOYD.

Spouse: N Jr. Living OSLIN. Children were: Living OSLIN, Living OSLIN.


Margrietje Maryken MARTENS3,39,2420 was christened on 11 Jul 1660 in New York City, New York, USA.3,39,2420 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 4878. Parents: Marten CLAESZEN and Grietie Jannetie CORNELIS.

Spouse: Jan Jansen VAN FLENSBURG. Jan Jansen VAN FLENSBURG and Margrietje Maryken MARTENS were married on 16 May 1687 in New York City, New York, USA.3,39,2420 Reference Number:93719 Children were: Daniel FLENSBURGH, Mattheus FLENSBURGH, Catherine VAN FLENSBURG, Maryken FLENSBURGH, Sara VAN FLENSBURG.


Living MARTH.3

Spouse: George Everette WARNECKE. Children were: Living DAVIS, Living WARNECKE.


MARTHA.377

Spouse: Cornelius S.H. PHILLIPS.


MARTHA.377

Spouse: Calvin MCKEE.


MARTHA.404

Spouse: Stafford JONES. Children were: Harry E. JONES.


MARTHA.404

Spouse: Augustine PINEO. Children were: Augustine Allison PINEO.


MARTHA3,294 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 38307.

Spouse: Robert P MCADAMS. Robert P MCADAMS and MARTHA were married. Reference Number:701915

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