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Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal and Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal




Husband Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal 1




           Born: 1066
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           Died: 1112
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         Father: Henry of Burgundy (1035-1071)
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 1093

   Other Spouse: Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal (1080-1130) 1 - 22 Mar 1877 - TN. 2




Wife Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal 1

           Born: 1080
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           Died: 11 Nov 1130
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         Father: Alfonso VI of Castile (      -      )
         Mother: Ximena Moniz (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal (1066-1112) 1 - 22 Mar 1877 - TN. 2



Children
1 M Alfonso Henriques I , King of Portugal 1




           Born: 1109
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           Died: 6 Dec 1185
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         Spouse: Maud de Savoy (Abt 1109-      )
           Marr: 1146



2 F Urraca Henriques of Burgundy

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3 F Sancha Henriques of Burgundy

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Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal and Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal




Husband Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal 1




           Born: 1066
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           Died: 1112
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         Father: Henry of Burgundy (1035-1071)
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 22 Mar 1877 - TN. 2

   Other Spouse: Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal (1080-1130) 1 - 1093




Wife Theresa of Castile, Countess of Portugal 1

           Born: 1080
     Christened: 
           Died: 11 Nov 1130
         Buried: 


         Father: Alfonso VI of Castile (      -      )
         Mother: Ximena Moniz (      -      )



   Other Spouse: Henry of Burgundy, Count of Portugal (1066-1112) 1 - 1093



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Legislator Syagrius of Burgundy




Husband Legislator Syagrius of Burgundy

           Born: Abt 430
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           Died: Abt 470
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1 F Syagria of Lyon

           Born: 470
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           Died: Abt 500
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         Spouse: Latinus , Duke of Burgundy (0465-After 0500)



2 M Syagrius of Sileza

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Count Eudes (Eudon\Odo) of Cambrai




Husband Count Eudes (Eudon\Odo) of Cambrai 3 4

            AKA: Eudes Of Flanders
           Born: Abt 982 - Flanders, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Deceased - Cambrai, Nord-Pas-DE-Calais, France
         Buried: 


         Father: Arnold/Arnulf II, the Young of Flanders, Count of Flanders (0961-0987) 3 5 6 7
         Mother: Rosela/Susanna of Italy (Abt 0962-1003) 3 5 7 8


       Marriage:  - 2ND Wife 4




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General Notes: Husband - Count Eudes (Eudon\Odo) of Cambrai

The following post to SGM, 30 May 2002, by Todd Farmerie, gives Eudon's parents, and his possible descendants:

From: Todd A. Farmerie (farmerie AT interfold.com)
Subject: Re: HP - new pages - Flanders
Newsgroups: soc.genealogy.medieval
Date: 2002-05-30 21:46:45 PST

Joe Cochoit wrote:

> On your Arnulf II page you don't mention a possible son Eudes, Count
> of Cambrai who m. Odele of Bois Ferrand and was ancestor of the Counts
> of Brienne.

I had forgotten this (sorry Stewart).

> I believe I got this Eudes from RFC lines 184, 254, 383
> (don't laugh). A search of the archives shows he has been mentioned
> several times, primarily in posts by Todd Farmerie and as best as I
> can tell he has not been completely proven or disproven; Todd sites
> the original research as being done by Moriarity.

Not exactly. I was only taking it from Moriarty's Plantagenet Ancestry, where he reports getting it from the unpublished research of Friedrich von Stauffenburg, Esq. of Washington D.C. He states that the Chartulary of St Pierre de Chambrai "records a remembrance for the Count Odo (Eudes), son of Count Arnulf and Susanne 'lately Queen of France' . . . It provides for prayers for his soul and the souls of his father Arnulf, his mother Susanne, his sister Matilda, widow of Guilbert de Beaumont."

It may seem odd that he has singled out this sister, but it should be remembered that Eudes is said to have created a scandal by marrying his niece Adele, daughter of Matilda. He is said by Moriarty to have had by her two sons, Richard and Roger, who went to Italy with the Normans, and then married Adele of Bois Ferrand, having "Engelbert of Brienne, Roger Count of St. Pol, and Peter Count of Arlon."

He also cites several additional chartularies.

I would love to see the original research of F. von S., but the above at least looks conclusive regarding Eudes as a son of Arnulf and Susanne. It is the connection of the Brienne, St. Pol, and Arlon to Eudes that is not supported by the information provided.

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Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia




Husband Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia

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1 M Zwentibold , King of Lotharingia

           Born: 1 Jan 871
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Aug 900
         Buried:  - Susteren Abbey, Susteren, Limburg, Netherlands
         Spouse: Oda von Erlauchten (      -      )
           Marr: 897




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King Louis VIII "The Lion" of France, King of France and Princess Blanca Alphonsa of Castile




Husband King Louis VIII "The Lion" of France, King of France 1

           Born: 3 Sep 1187 - Paris, , , France
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           Died: 8 Nov 1226 - Chcateau De Montpensier, Auvergne
         Buried:  - Saint Denis, Isle De France, Paris, , , France


         Father: Philip II Augustus , King of France (1165-1223) 1
         Mother: Isabella of Hainault (      -1190)


       Marriage: 




Wife Princess Blanca Alphonsa of Castile

           Born: Bef 4 Mar 1188 - Chcateau De Palencia, Valencia, Valencia, Almohadi
     Christened: 
           Died: 27 Nov 1252 - Palais Du Louvre, Paris, , , France
         Buried: 30 Nov 1252-1253 - Abbaye De Maubuisson, Maubuisson, , Aquitaine, France


         Father: Alfonso VIII "The Noble" Sanchez, King of Castile (1155-1214)
         Mother: Princess Eleanor of England (1162-1214)





Children
1 M Louis IX of France, King of France 1

           Born: 1214
     Christened: 
           Died: 1270
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         Spouse: Margaret of Provence (      -      )



2 M Robert I , Count of Artois 9

           Born: Sep 1216 - Paris, , , France
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Feb 1249-1250 - Mussouri, Egypt
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Princess Mathilde Of Brabant (Abt 1224-1288)
           Marr: 14 Jun 1237 - Compiègne, , Picardie, France



3 F Princess Daughter of France

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4 M Charles I , King of the Two Sicilys 1

           Born: 1226
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           Died: 1285
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         Spouse: Adelais/ Bonna de Troyes, Countess of Ardennes (Abt 0953-Bef 0979) 3 10



5 M Prince Philippe Dagobert of France

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6 F Princess Daughter of France

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7 M Prince Jean of France

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8 M Prince Alphonse of France

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9 F Princess Isabelle of France

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10 M Prince Etienne of France

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11 M King Charles of Sicily

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General Notes: Husband - King Louis VIII "The Lion" of France, King of France

Before his succession he assisted his father in several campaigns to win
control of French territories belong to John, the Angevin, or Plantagenet,
king of England. Philip II previously had conspired with John against
John's brother, King Richard I of England, but later turned against him.
In 1215 Louis was offered the crown of England by a group of barons in
rebellion against King John; Louis led an expedition to England but was
unsuccessful in claiming the throne; John died in the midst of the
struggle and was succeeded by his son Henry III. The French invaders were
excommunicated by the papal legate in England and were defeated in battle
at Lincoln. Louis returned to France in 1217 and there took part in
crusades against a dissident religious sect called the Albigenses, or
Cathars. After succeeding his father as king, Louis continued Philip's
policy of destroying the power of the Plantagenets in France and bringing
under royal authority the provinces held by the Albigenses in the south of
France. He was succeeded by his son Louis IX.
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William I "the Liberator" Of Toulouse, Count of Arles and Arsenda of Comminges




Husband William I "the Liberator" Of Toulouse, Count of Arles 3 11 12

            AKA: Guillaume of Provence, Willelmus II of Provence
           Born: Abt 947 - Toulouse, France 13
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           Died: Sep 1037 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France 14
         Buried: 


         Father: Boso II of Arles, Count of Provence (Abt 0920-Abt 0963) 3 15
         Mother: Constance de Provence, of Vienne (Abt 0920-Abt 0963) 3 16


       Marriage:  - 1st Wife 17

   Other Spouse: Adelaide "the White" d'Anjou, of Anjou (Abt 0942-1026) 3 12 18 19 20 - After 984 - 4th Husband 2ND Wife 19

Noted events in his life were:
• Fact 1, Died while living as a monk in Avignon, France




Wife Arsenda of Comminges 3 17

           Born: Abt 953 - Comminges, Haute Garonne, Midi Pyrenees, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 984
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         Father: Arnaud I Count Of Comminges, & Carcassonne (Abt 0908-0957) 3 21 22
         Mother: Arsinde Countess Of Carcassonne (Abt 0920-      ) 3 21 22





Children
1 F Ermengarde De Provence 3 14 23 24

           Born: Abt 976 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 994
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2 F Lucie De Provence 3

           Born: Abt 978 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France
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3 F Toda Of Provence 3

           Born: Abt 980 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France
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4 F Arsinde De Provence 3 17

           Born: Abt 982 - Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, Provence, France
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 1014
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         Spouse: William III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse (Abt 0975-1037) 3 25
           Marr: 1st Wife 17




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Richard I "The Fearless" of Normandy, Duke of Normandy and Gunnor (Gundra\Gunnora) "Not" of Crepon




Husband Richard I "The Fearless" of Normandy, Duke of Normandy 3 9 26 27 28 29

           Born: 28 Aug 933 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France 27 30
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           Died: 20 Nov 996 - Fecamp, Seine-Inferieure, France 27 30
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         Father: Duke William I "Longsword" of Normandy, Longsword (Abt 0900-0942) 3 9 31 32
         Mother: Sprota (Sporta) de Senlis (Abt 0911-Abt 0972) 3 9 33 34 35


       Marriage: Bef 959 - Danish Wife - Christian Marriage After 968 30

   Other Spouse: Emma Capet, Princess of France (Abt 0944-0962) 3 9 30 - 960 30

   Other Spouse: Concubine(S) (0935-      ) 3 - No Marriage




Wife Gunnor (Gundra\Gunnora) "Not" of Crepon 3 9 30 36 37

           Born: Abt 942 - Arque, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 1031 - France 30
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         Father: Herbastus Forester Of Arque (Abt 0911-      ) 3 30
         Mother: Gunnhild Olafsdottir (0923-      ) 3





Children
1 M Richard II "The Good" of Normandy, Duke of Normandy 3 9 38 39




           Born: 23 Aug 970 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 28 Aug 1026 - Fecamp, Seine-Inferieure, France 38 40
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         Spouse: Poppa/Papia D'Envermeu (Abt 0970-After 1024) 3 9 40
           Marr: Abt 1024 - 3rd Wife 40
         Spouse: Judith of Brittany (Abt 0982-1017) 3 9 39
           Marr: Abt 1000 - Normandy, France 40 41
         Spouse: Astrid (Margaret) Princess Of Denmark (Abt 0990-Abt 1024) 3 40
           Marr: After 1017 - 2ND Wife 40



2 M Archbishop of Rouen Robert II , Comte D'evreux 3 42

           Born: Abt 964 - Evreux, Eure, Normandy, France
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           Died: 16 Mar 1037 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France 42
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Havlive De Rouen (Abt 0968-      ) 3



3 M Mauger , Earl of Corbeil 9

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4 M Mauger Comte De Corbeil 3 29 43

           Born: 974 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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           Died: 1040 - Corbeil, Marne, Champagne, France
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5 F Maud 9

           Born: 
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           Died: 1015
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         Spouse: Odo II , Count of Chartres, Champagne, & Blois (      -      ) 9



6 F Beatrice De Normandy 3 44

           Born: Abt 975 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
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7 F Emma Of Normandy 3 45 46

           Born: 986 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Mar 1052 - Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England 47
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8 F Princess Emma of Normandy, of Normandy 1 3 45 46

           Born: Abt 982 - Rouen, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Mar 1052 - Winchester, Hampshire, England 47
         Buried:  - St Martin's Church, Winchester, Hampshire, England
         Spouse: King Ethelred II "The Unready" of England, King of England (Abt 0968-1016) 1
         Spouse: Canute II the Great , King of Denmark, Norway, and England (Abt 0994-1035) 9



9 F Hedwig 9

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10 M Geoffrey , Count of Eu

           Born: Abt 979
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General Notes: Husband - Richard I "The Fearless" of Normandy, Duke of Normandy

Richard I, byname RICHARD The FEARLESS, French RICHARD SANS PEUR (b. c. 932--d. 996), duke of Normandy (942-996), son of William I Longsword.

Louis IV of France took the boy-duke into his protective custody, apparently intent upon reuniting Normandy to the crown's domains; but in 945 Louis was captured by the Normans, and Richard was returned to his people. Richard withstood further Carolingian attempts to subdue his duchy and, in 987, was instrumental in securing the French crown for his brother-in-law, the Robertian Hugh Capet. [Encyclopaedia Britannica CD '97]

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Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann AT yahoo.com, in a post-em, wrote:

Not that you probably don't already have a ton of material on him but:

942-996: Duke of Normandy [Ref: Monarchs, Rulers, Dynasties and Kingdoms of the World by R.F. Tapsell 1983 p202]

Title of Duke, again, was not likely generally used by Richard I or his son Richard II, whose official documents style themselves "count of Rouen." Later eleventh century documents use the term Duke - and adopted for historical record. [Ref: William The Conqueror, The Norman Impact Upon England by David C. Douglas 1964]

'Richard I and his new settler in-laws of the 960s were the winners who lasted. In becoming so they learned (and taught) two principles of success that marked them off from the Franks. They learned the value of a strong centralizing chieftain who could at least freeze the status quo once his own local chieftains had taken what they wanted. The more successful he was, the more chiefs attached themselves to him for just this: with his warranty, backed by his chieftains, their defeated enemies could not recover by violence what had been taken from them by violence. Thus were the Norman dukes 'settlers of quarrels.' Fearlessness was the necessary quality in such a coordinating chieftain, and Richard I, who has no encomiast of his deeds, has at least this sobriquet, 'the Fearless' Those who were great fighters and the ruthlessly, selectively violent, were the great centralizers among the threatened and rapacious Norse.' [Ref: Predatory Kinship and the Creation of Norman Power, 840-1066 by Eleanor Searle, University of California Press, 1988 -Charlotte's Web Geneology http://www.charweb.org/gen/rjones/d0042/g0000019.htm#I238]

"RICHARD I, "the Fearless", Duke of Normandy, b. Fecamp ca. 933, named father's h. 29 May 942, d. 20 Nov. 996; m. (1) (Danish wife) Gunnor, d. 1027 or 1031, dau. of the forester of Arques, but betrothed ca. 945 & event. m. (2) 960 to Emma, d. ca. 968, dau. Hugh Capet ..., Count of Paurs. After Emma's death, m. (Christian marriage) Gunnor to legit. their children. ... By Gunnor, Richard had [RICHARD II]." [Ref: Weis AR7:110-111]

"When in 942 William was murdered at the instigation of Count Arnulf of Flanders, his son Richard, still a minor, succeeded him. Louis IV and Hugh the Great each tried to sieze Normandy, and Louis took charge of Richard. He then ensconced himself at Rouen and Hugh took Bayeux, which still had a Scandinavian leader called Sictric. Richard escaped from his custody at Laon, retook Rouen, and called on another Viking leader, Harald of the Bassin, for help. The Normans under Richard were able to re-establish their autonomy and from 947 Richard governed in relative peace. In 965 he swore allegiance to the Carolingian king Lothar at Gisors. Richard's official marriage was to Emma, daughter of Hugh the Great; they had no children, but by his common-law wife Gunnor, a Dane, he had many. Richard II, son of Gunnor and Richard I, succeeded his father in 996, another son Robert was archbishop of Rouen from 989 to 1037 and Emma their daughter became queen of England on her marriage to Aethelred, a position she maintained after his death in 1016 by marrying Cnot (sic: Cnut/Knut...Curt). Gunnor's nephews and other relatives furthermore formed the core of the new aristocracy which developed in the course of the eleventh century. Unfortunately we know little about the internal organization and history of Normandy until the reign of Richard II, and this falls outside our period." [Ref: The Frankish Kingdoms under the Carolingians 751-987, by Rosamond McKitterick, London & NY (Longman) 1983 p238-239]

During the minority of his (William Long-Sword) successor, Duke Richard, King Louis IV -- who was making an expedition into Normandy -- was captured by the inhabitants of Rouen and handed over to Hugh the Great. From this time onwards the dukes of Normandy began to enter into relations with the dukes of France; and in 958 Duke Richard married Hugh the Great's daughter. He died in 996. (Succeeded by Richard II.) [Ref: Gordon Fisher <gfisher AT SHENTEL.NET> message to soc.genealogy.medieval 6 Nov 1996]

One more minor item, ES II:11 indicates he was also buried at Fécamp.

BTW,where did you get the day & month for his birth & death? [Note: The birth date is an unsourced item I picked up on World Connect, it has at least a 1/365 chance of being right. The death date is from AR, as the source indicates (AR refers to Moriarty's Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 10-11, 13). JW]

Regards,
Curt


General Notes: Wife - Gunnor (Gundra\Gunnora) "Not" of Crepon

Curt Hofemann, curt_hofemann AT yahoo.com, in a post-em, wrote:

Apparently she was not "de Crepon" & her parentage is unknown:

The name of the father of Gunnor is unknown. Herbastus is derived from the name of her brother Herfast/Arfastus, but is unsupported. [Ref: Todd A Farmerie <taf2 AT po.cwru.edu> message to Gen-Medieval 6 Nov 1996]

The greater part of our information about Gunnor and her relations is derived from those additions to the History of William of Jumieges for which Robert de Rotigny is responsible. It is Robert who preserved the story of how Richard I of Normandy became enamoured of the beautiful Senfrie, wife of one of his foresters, and how Senfrie contrived to substitute her sister Gunnor for herself, to the Duke's ultimate satisfaction. [Ref The Sisters and Nieces of Gunnor, Duchess of Normandy by G.H. White in the Genealogist, New Series 1921 v37 p57]

Parentage of Gunnor and her siblings is unknown. While some sources call her father Herfastus, this was in fact the name of her brother. She has also been claimed as a daughter of the Danish royal family, but there is no evidence for this, and the context of her coming to attention of Richard I and the family's subsequent rise to power militates against her being a royal daughter. Douglas argued, based on the donations of brother Arfast to the monastery of St. Pere, that the root of the family was in the Cotetin region of Normandy, but van Houts has suggested that the Cotetin land was granted to Arfast, rather than inherited by him. Thus we are left with the more ambiguous statement of Torigny and others that she was a member of a Norman family of Danish origins. [Ref: Todd A Farmerie <taf2 AT po.cwru.edu> message to Gen-Medieval 5 Jan 1997]

Gunnora ... was not "de Crepon", nor was she daughter of Herbastus de Crepon of Denmark - her brother Herfastus/Arfast appears to have received Crepon only after Gunnora took up with Richard I, and thus the family was not originally from there. Likewise, while she is said to be of a noble family of Danish ancestry, it is not stated that her father was from Denmark (the family probably arrived with Rollo, in the generation of her (unknown) grandfather. [Ref: Todd A Farmerie <taf2 AT po.cwru.edu> message to Gen-Medieval 28 Jul 2000]

Research note 1: Was her father Herfast de CREPON or King Haraldblaafand of DENMARK? There is a lack of consensus on this. -Charlotte's Web Geneology http://www.charweb.org/gen/rjones/d0042/g0000020.htm#I239

Research note 2: father: Harald I Blaatand, Bluetooth, King of Denmark [Ref: McBride2 (possibly citing Wurts)]

My notes on Gunnora:
This is the same Gunnora known as Gunnora of Crepon, but both are of little value. Gunnora was NOT of Denmark. Some inventive genealogist somewhere along the line decided to make her daughter of Harald Bluetooth, but there is no basis for this, and what we know of her indicates it is not really a possibility worthy of consideration. Her nephew later was called "of Crepon" but he likely gained his posessions through Gunnora's marriage to the Duke, rather than this representing the original home of the clan.

What can be said of Gunnora's parents? Nothing! She was not daughter of Harfast, as (too) often stated. Her family was likely of the minor Norman nobility, since her oldest sister was married to a forester at the time Richard first bumped into the girls. That's it.

Richard I of Normandy first bedded, and later married Gunnora, whose ancestry is entirely unknown. She is sometimes said to be daughter of a King of Denmark, but this is incorrect. [taf]

There are several things going on here. First of all, the father of Gunnora and siblings is not known. Attempts to name him Herbastus probably originated in confusion with her brother. Second, Gunnora had three sisters, Senfria/Senfreda, Wevia, and (Avelina). The first married an otherwise unknown forester. The latter two are confused by our two sources, one claiming that it was Wevia who married Osbern, and the other that Wevia married Turold of Pont Audemer, and by deduction, (Avelina) married Osbern. We know that Osbern married one of them, and a recent analysis suggests that it was Wevia for nomenclatural reasons. (Specifically, Turold and wife had a granddaughter named Duvelina, and it is hyposthesized that she was named for her grandmother, and that Duvelina is the authentic name of the sister, rather than Avelina. Finally, in which generation was Osbern's. This is unambiguous. She was sister of Gunnora and the others. There is no source before recent times that claims otherwise. There are two probable origins for the error that she was niece of Gunnora. First, due to the error in naming her father Herfastus, someone aware that this was the name of Gunnora's brother assumed then that Avelina's father was Gunnora's brother (the name of Gunnora's father being unknown, and probably unknowable). The second possibility is a confusion of uncle and nephew. Harfastus/Arfast had a son Osbern of Crepon, and perhaps someone confused this man with Osbern of Bolbec. Still, we know for certain that Osbern of Bolbec married a sister of Gunnora. [Ref: Dave Utzinger <UTZ AT aol.com> message to Gen-Medieval 29 Jul 2000]

Regards,
Curt
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Bodilon of Dijonnais and Sigrade of Sainte-Marie de Soissons




Husband Bodilon of Dijonnais

           Born: Abt 600
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         Father: Son of Garnier I of Bourgundy (      -      )
         Mother: Daughter of Gondoald of Meaux (      -      )


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Wife Sigrade of Sainte-Marie de Soissons

           Born: Abt 600
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           Died: Abt 677
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         Father: of Dijonnais (      -      )
         Mother: 





Children
1 M Guerin (Warinus) , Count of Paris

           Born: Abt 630
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           Died: 677
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         Spouse: Kunza (Gunzie) , Countess of Paris (Abt 0630-      )



2 M Adele of the Franks

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3 M Leger , Bishop of Autun

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Son of Desire of Dijonnais




Husband Son of Desire of Dijonnais

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         Father: Desire of Dijonnais, Bishop of Verdun (0505-0549)
         Mother: of Toulouse (      -      )


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1 M of Dijonnais

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2 M Romain of Dijonnais

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Sources


1 Microsoft Encarta 1994 ed.

2 v144t0437.ftw.

3 Jim Weber (https://myaccount.rootsweb.com/publicprofile?mn=jimweber110&kurl=http:%2F%2Fwc%2Erootsweb%2Eancestry%2Ecom%2Fcgi%2Dbin%2Figm%2Ecgi%3Fdb%3Djweber%26id%3DI03403%26op%3DGED).

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13 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 141a-20.

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16 Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999, 141a-19.

17 Newsgroup: soc.genealogy.medieval, at groups - google.com, Todd A Farmerie, 30 Jul 2000.

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