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My Family

    • Henry I, Emperor of Saxony

    876
    • Arnoul Flandre Count of Flanders

    889
    • Saint Matilda of Ringelheim, Queen of the Franks, Duchess of Saxony

    895
    • King Berenger II of Italy

    900
    • Eadgifu of Wessex

    902
    • Willa Princess of Tuscany

    912
    • Königin der Westfranken Gerberga von Sachsen

    913
    • König von Westfranken Ludwig IV.

    921
    • King Hugh II of the Franks

    941
    • Mathilde of France, Queen of Burgundy

    943
    • Guillaume Taillefer III de Toulouse

    • Adéle-Blanche of Anjou

    947
    • Queen Adélaïde of Aquitaine

    952
    • Queen Rozala of France

    955
    • Robert Capet II

    972
    • Baudouin IV of Flanders

    980
    • Queen Constance of the Franks

    986
    • Ogive of Luxembourg

    1000
    • Baldwin V Count of Flanders

    1012
    • Matilda Flanders

    1031
    • Rohese Giffard

    1032
    • Adeliza Adelaide De Claremont

    1058
    • Gilbert II FitzRichard (Earl of Clare) de Clare

    1065
    • Adeliza of Louvain (Queen of England)

    1105
    • Wiley and Katharyn Graham

    1956
    • My Family

    2018
  • 3

    Henry I, Emperor of Saxony

    Germany
    Relative of mom's side.
    0876 – 2 July 0936

    Alternate Name
    Also Known As
    Heinrich

    Title of Nobility
    Duke of Saxony
    from 30 November 0912 to 2 July 0936
    elected King of East Francia
    from 24 May 0919 to 2 July 0936 (his death)

    Custom Event
    established the Ottonian Dynasty
    generally considered to be the founder and first king of the medieval German state
    an avid hunter
  • 2

    Arnoul Flandre Count of Flanders

    Belgium
    Relative of mom's side.
    12 December 0889 – 28 March 0965

    Alternate Name
    Nickname
    Arnulph "le Grande" ("the Great")

    Also Known As
    the Old

    Also Known As
    Arnulfo I "El Grande" Conde de Flandes

    Also Known As
    Arnulf "The Great"

    Nickname
    Arnulph "The Red"

    Also Known As
    Arnold

    Also Known As
    Arnulf I , Graf van Vlaanderen

    Nickname
    Le Grand

    Birth Name
    Arnolph the Great


    Birth Name
    Arnold I Flanders

    Birth Name
    Arnold I Arnulph Count Of Flanders

    Also Known As
    the Great

    Military Service
    engaged in constant warfare with the Vikings
    took an active part in the struggle in Lorraine between Hugh Capet and Emperor Otto I
    waged war against William of Normandy, whom he defeated and had his men murder
    942

    Title of Nobility
    the first Count of Flanders

    Count of Flanders
    ye Elder
    comte, de Flandre
    BET 918 AND 965

    Occupation
    ruled the County of Flanders, in what is now northwestern Belgium and southwestern Netherlands
    greatly expanded Flemish rule to the south, taking all or part of Artois, Ponthieu, Amiens, and Ostrevent

    Count
    Flanders, Flanders, Belgium
    acceded as the third Count of Flanders
    918
  • 5

    Saint Matilda of Ringelheim, Queen of the Franks, Duchess of Saxony

    Germany
    Relative of mom's side.
    14 March 0895 – 14 May 0968

    Also Known As
    Saint Mathilda

    Also Known As
    Matilda Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Mathildis von Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Rainha Mechthild

    Birth Name
    Mechtilde of Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Mathilda (Mechtilde) Von Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Queen Mathilda de Westphalie de Rhingelheim of Germany

    Also Known As
    Mechtilde von Ringelheim Countess of Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Matilda "The Saint" Immeding Empress of the Holy Roman Empire

    Also Known As
    Mathilda von Ringelheim

    Also Known As
    Mathilde Von Ringelheim Matilda
    Title of Nobility
    Duchess of Saxony
    Countess or Queen
    German queen (Queen of the Franks) by her marriage to Henry the Fowler, the first king of the Ottonian dynasty
    from 919

    Custom Fact
    Matilda of Ringelheim
    Her surname refers to Ringelheim, where her comital Immedinger relatives established a nunnery about 940.
    She was the daughter of the local count Dietrich and his wife Reinhild, a noblewoman of Danish and Frisian descent.
    Matilda's biographers traced her ancestry back to the legendary Saxon leader Widukind (c. 730 – 807), who presumably was buried in the Enger church. Her sister Frederuna married Count Wichmann the Elder, a member of the Billung dynasty.
    The details of St. Matilda's life come primarily from brief mentions in the "Res gestae saxonicae" by the monastic historian Widukind of Corvey (c. 925–after 973), and from two hagiographies:
    the "Vita antiquior," written about 974, and "Vita posterior," circa 1003.
    As a young girl she was sent to Herford Abbey, where her grandmother Matilda was abbess and where her reputation for beauty and virtue - and possibly also her extensive Westphalian dowry
    – is said to have attracted the attention of the Saxon duke Otto the Illustrious, who betrothed her to his son and heir, Henry, about 20 years her senior. By the conjugal union, the Ottonian dynasty (Liudolfings) considerably enlarged their possessions in the western parts of Saxony. Henry's previous marriage with Hatheburg of Merseburg was annulled.They were married at the Pfalz of Wallhausen in 909 (or 913).
  • 3

    King Berenger II of Italy

    Italy
    Relative of mom's side.

    0900 – 4 August 0966

    Title (Nobility)
    Margrave of Ivrea
    From 923 to 966

    Life Sketch
    Led the aristocratic opposition to Kings Hugh and Lothair II
    Aft 940

    Life Sketch
    He succeeded Lothair II and had his son, Adalbert crowned as his co-ruler
    950

    Title (Nobility)
    King of Italy
    From 950 to 961

    Life Sketch
    He recognised the suzerainty of Otto I of Germany, but he later joined a revolt against him
    952

    Life Sketch
    He invaded the Papal States
    960

    Life Sketch
    His kingdom was conquered by Otto
    961

    Life Sketch
    He remained at large until 964, when he surrendered
    964

    Life Sketch
    He died imprisoned in Germany
    Bef 4 August 966
  • 4

    Eadgifu of Wessex

    United Kingdom
    Relative on mom's side.
    0902 – 0955

    Also Known As
    Edgifu & Edgiva

    Birth Name
    Eadgifu Wessex

    Title of Nobility
    House: Wessex

    Occupation
    Queen of The Franks
    Custom Event
    baptism
    31 Dec 1932
  • Willa Princess of Tuscany

    Germany
    Relative of mom's side.
    912 – 0966
  • 2

    Königin der Westfranken Gerberga von Sachsen

    France
    Relative of mom's side.
    0913 – about 5 May 0969

    Birth Name
    Gerberga of Saxony or VON SACHSEN

    Title of Nobility
    Princess of Germany
    Queen of France
    Abbess of Notre Dame

    Occupation
    Queen
    939 – 954
    France

    LifeSketch
    Gerberga was born c.913. She was the oldest daughter of Henry the Fowler, King of Germany, and his second wife, Matilda. In 928, Gerberga married her first husband, Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine.[1] They had four children.
  • 3

    König von Westfranken Ludwig IV.

    France
    Relative of mom's side.
    10 September 0921 – 10 September 0954

    Birth Name
    Lodewijk IV van West- Francie

    Also Known As
    Louis IV of France

    Birth Name
    Louis IV D'outre- Mer , King of France

    Also Known As
    Louis IV D'Outre Mere of France King

    Nickname
    Der Überseeische

    Title of Nobility
    (D'Outremer)
    Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire

    Occupation
    Koning van Frankrijk
    Koning van West-Francie, gekroont te Laeo 19.6.93
    King of France (936-954)
    reigned 936-954
    Roi de France
  • 6

    King Hugh II of the Franks

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    0941 – 24 October 0996
    Title (Nobility)
    King of the Franks
    From 3 July 987 to 24 October 996
  • Mathilde of France, Queen of Burgundy

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    0943 – 27 January 0981
    Alternate Name
    Birth Name
    Matilda De France
    Affiliation
    Member of the Carolingian dynasty
    Occupation
    Queen of Burgundy
    from 0964 to 0981
  • Guillaume Taillefer III de Toulouse

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    947-1037
    Title of Nobility
    Earl of Arles; Count d' Arles
    Arles, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
    Earl of Avignon, Count d' Avignon
    From 962 to 993
    Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
    Count of Provence; Count de Provence
    From 972 to 993
    Provence, France
    Marquis of Provence Arles
    From 979 to 993
    Arles, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
    Prince of all Provence
    From 991 to 993
    Provence, France
  • Adéle-Blanche of Anjou

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    7 December 0947 – 21 September 1026
    Royal House
    Ingelger
    Title (Nobility)
    Regent of Anjou
    Title (Nobility)
    Countess of Anjou
    Title (Nobility)
    Queen of Anjou
    Title (Nobility)
    Countess of Provence
  • 3

    Queen Adélaïde of Aquitaine

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    0952 – 30 October 1004
    Title (Nobility)
    Princess of Aquitaine
    Life Sketch
    Adbelahide or Adele or Adelaide of Aquitaine (or Adelaide of Poitiers) (c. 945 or 952 – 1004), was queen consort of France by marriage to Hugh Capet.
    Title (Nobility)
    Queen consort of the Franks
    From 987 to 996
  • Queen Rozala of France

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    from 0950 to 0960 – 26 January 1003
    Life Sketch
    Rozala of Italy (also known as Rozala of Lombardy, Rozala of Ivrea or Susanna of Ivrea; c.?950–960 –1003) was a Countess of Flanders and Queen consort of the Franks. She was regent of Flanders in 987-988 during the minority of her son
    Title (Nobility)
    Countess consort of Flanders
    From 968 to 987
    Title (Nobility)
    Countess regent of Flanders
    From 987 to 995
    Title (Nobility)
    Queen consort to co-king of France
    From 988 to 996
    Title (Nobility)
    Queen consort of France
    996
  • 6

    Robert Capet II

    Relative of Mom's side.
    27 March 972 – 20 July 1031
  • 2

    Baudouin IV of Flanders

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    9 January 0980 – 30 May 1035
    Alternate Name
    Nickname
    Boudewijn met de Baard
    Also Known As
    Baldwin The Bearded
    Title of Nobility
    Count of Flanders
    6th Count of Flanders; Comte de Flandre; Graf von Flandern
    from 0987 to 1036
    French Flanders, France
    Custom Event
    Nickname
    the Bearded
    House of Flanders
    Title of Nobility
    Count of Flanders
    Royal House
    Flanders
    Life Sketch
    Baldwin IV, born c. 980, was the son of Arnulf II, Count of Flanders (c. 961 - 987) and Rozala of Lombardy (950/60 – 1003), of the House of Ivrea.
  • 4

    Queen Constance of the Franks

    France
    Relative of Mom's side.

    Name
    Queen Constance of the Franks
    Sex
    Female
    Birth
    Abt 986
    Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'Azur, France
    Christening
    Aft 998
    Kingdom of Aquitaine
    Death
    28 July 1032
    Melun, Île-De-France, France
    Burial
    Aft 28 July 1032
    Basilica of St. Denis, Saint-Denis, Paris, France
  • 2

    Ogive of Luxembourg

    France
    Relative of mom's side.

    4 September 1000 – 21 February 1030
    Alternate Name
    Also Known As
    Otgive Aachen
    Title of Nobility
    Cnts/Flanders
    Countess consort of Flanders
    from 1012 to 1030
  • Baldwin V Count of Flanders

    Relative of mom's side.
    19 August 1012 – 1 September 1067
  • 4

    Matilda Flanders

    Relative of my mom's side.

    Alternate Name
    Also Known As
    Matilda/Maud Ingelrica of Flanders
    Birth Name
    Matilda of Flanders
    Also Known As
    Countess of Flanders
    Religious Affiliation
    Roman Catholic
    Title of Nobility
    Countess of Flanders
    Queen Consort by marriage to William the Conqueror, and sometime Regent of these realms during his absence.
    Duchess of Normandy
    Queen Consort of England
    from 25 December 1066 to 2 November 1083
    Queen Consort of England
    25 December 1066–2 November 1083
    Custom Event
    Descendants
    She bore William nine children, including two kings, William II and Henry I.
    Legend
    According to legend, when Duke William of Normandy sent his representative to ask for Matilda's hand in marriage, she told the representative that she was far too high-born to consider marrying a bastard.[a] After hearing this response, William rode from Normandy to Bruges, found Matilda on her way to church, dragged her off her horse by her long braids, threw her down in the street in front of her flabbergasted attendants and rode off. Another version of the story states that William rode to Matilda's father's house in Lille, threw her to the ground in her room (again, by her braids), and hit her (or violently battered her) before leaving.
    Royal House
    House of Flanders
    Alt. Birth
    1031
    Fontevrault Abbey, Maine-Et-Loire, France
    Alternate Birth Date and Place
    1032
    Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France
    Alternate Birth Date and Place
    1032
    Lille, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
    Coronation
    11 May 1068
    Clan Name
    House of Flanders
  • Rohese Giffard

    Normandy
    France
    Relative of my mom's side.
    13 April 1032 – after 1113
  • Adeliza Adelaide De Claremont

    Relative of my mom's side.
  • 2

    Gilbert II FitzRichard (Earl of Clare) de Clare

    Suffolk
    United Kingdom
    Relative of my mom's side.
  • 3

    Adeliza of Louvain (Queen of England)

    Relative of mom's side.
    1105-1151
    Title of Nobility
    Reine
    Queen consort of England
    from 24 January 1121 to 1 December 1135
    Custom Event
    Profession
    Reine d'Angleterre, Comtesse d'Arondel
    Custom Fact
    House of Reginar
  • Wiley and Katharyn Graham

    United States
    My dad's parents Wiley and Katharyn graham.
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