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Dukes of Normandy, Counts of Corbeil & Eu & Rosmar & Rouen, Lords of Hastings
No34. Rollo 'the Ganger' Ragnvaldsson, Duke of Normandy b 846, d 932
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m1 886 Papia Poppa of Senlis b 848, dau of Pepin II Quentin, Count of Vermandois, Senlis et Peronne
No33 William 'Longsword', Count of Rouen, Duke of Normandy b c 890 d 17.12.942
p. Sprota de Bretagne dau of Herbert I, Count of Vermandois, Senlis et Peronne
No32 Richard I, 'the Fearless', Count of Rouen, Duke of Normandy b 28.08.933/4 in Fécamp, d 20.11.996 in Fécamp He was still a boy when his father died in 942 he was powerless to stop Louis IV of France when he seized Normandy.. His mother was a Breton concubine captured in war and bound to William by a Danish marriage. After William died, Sprota became the wife of Esperleng, a wealthy miller; Rodulf of Ivry was their son and Richard's half-brother. Louis kept him in confinement in his youth at Lâon, but he escaped with the assistance of Osmond de Centville, Bernard de Senlis who had been a companion of Rollo of Normandy, Ivo de Bellèsme, and Bernard the Dane ancestor of families of Harcourt and Beaumont. In 968, Richard agreed to "commend" himself to Hugh, Count of Paris. He then allied himself with the Norman and Viking leaders, drove Louis out of Rouen, and took back Normandy by 947. He later quarrelled with Ethelred II of England regarding Viking invasions of England because Normandy had been buying up much of the stolen booty. Richard was bilingual, having been well educated at Bayeux. He was more partial to his Danish subjects than to the French. During his reign, Normandy became completely Gallicized and Christianized. He introduced the feudal system and Normandy became one of the most thoroughly feudalized states on the continent. He carried out a major reorganization of the Norman military system, based on heavy cavalry. He also became guardian of the young Hugh, Count of Paris, on the elder Hugh's death in 956.He married 1st 960 Emma of France, daughter of Hugh "The Great" of France, and Hedwiga de Sachsen. They were betrothed when both were very young. She died 19 Mar 968, with no issue.
m1 c 962 Gunnor de Crepon d 1031, sister of Herfastus According to Robert of Torigni, not long after Emma's death, Duke Richard went out hunting and stopped at the house of a local forester. He became enamoured of the forester's wife, Seinfreda, but she being a virtuous woman, suggested he court her unmarried sister, Gunnor, instead. Gunnor became his mistress, and her family rose to prominence. Her brother, Herefast de Crepon, may have been involved in a controversial heresy trial. Gunnor was, like Richard, of Norse descent, being a Dane by blood. Richard finally married her to legitimize their children.
No31 Richard II 'the Good', Count of Rouen, Duke of Normandy b c958, d 28.08.1026
m1 1000 Judith de Bretagne b 982, d 17.06.1017, dau of Conon I 'le Tort', Count of Rennes, Duke of Brittany
No30-1 Richard III, Duke of Normandy b c997, d 06.08.1027/28
m Adele of France b 1009, d 08.01.1079
partners unknown
1 Alice of Normandy
m Ranulph, Count of Bayeux b c1017
GHJRSY
2 Agnes d'Evereux mentioned in Wikipedia
No29 =30 Robert 'the Devil', Duke of Normandy b c999, d 02.07.1035
p: Herlette/Herleva/Arlette de Falaise dau of William the tanner, wife ofHerluin, Viscount of Conteville
No29 William I 'the Conqueror', Duke of Normandy, King of England b 1027, d 07.09.1087
m 1053 Mathilda of Flanders b 1032, d 02.11.1083, dau of Baldwin V, Count of Flanders
EGHJRSWY
No28 Adelaide b c1030, d 1081/84
GHJRSWY
m1 by 1051 Enguerrand II de Ponthieu/Montreuil d 1053 Va27 Piers de Valoines b by 1046 d aft 1107 m Alreda de Rie/Rio Ri27
daughter of Eudo de Rye, dapifer to Henry I
Va27 Robert de Valoines
Va26-2 Roger (Robert) de Valoines, m Agnes Va26 Muriel de Valoines
Va26 Theobald de Valoines of Parham Suffolk b c 1120
Va26-2-1 Robert de Valoines
Va26-2-2 John de Valoines of Hickley, Suffolk b c 1125 m Isabel de Creke dau of Sir Robert de Creke of North Creke by Agnes de Glanville
Mo25-1 Warin de Munchesni, m Agnes FitzJohn and had
Mo25 Sarah de Mountchesney
Va25 Bertha de Valoines b c 1145 m Ralph de Glanville d 1190-1, Lord Chief Justice
Va25-1 Maud Matilda de Valoines m Hervey Walter
Mo25-1-1 William den Munchensey*.
m2 1053/54 Lambert de Boulogne-sur-Mer, Count of Lens d 1054
GHJRSWY
m3. c 1060 Eudes III, Count of Troyes and Aumale d c1127
GSY
No30-3 Eleanor of Normandy b c1002
GHJSWY
m 1031 Baldwin IV, Count of Flanders b c980, d 30.05.1035
GHJSWY
No30-4 Adelaide / Judith b c1003, a 07.1037
EGHJSWY
m by 08.1016 Renaud I de Macon, Count de Bourgogne b c990, d 03.09.1057
EGHJSWY
m2 1017, div Estrid of Denmark dau of Sveyn I 'Forkbeard', King of Denmark, Norway and England
p1. Papie
No30-5. Papie b after 1017
m Richard FitzGilbert
No31=De33=30 Robert d'Evereux d 1037
m Harleve
The following connections come from various web sites with support from various other sources.
De32-1 Richard, Count d'Evereux d 1067
m Adelaida Borrell b c995, d after 1077, dau of Ramon Borell I, Count of Barcelona
1 William, Count d'Evereux§B
2 Agnes d'Evreux b c1030
EGHJRSWY
m c1058 Simon I de Montfort b c1025, d 1087
EGHJRSWY
De32-2. Rudoph de Evereux
De32=29 daughter d'Evereux
m Gerard de Fleitel
Fl31-1 William, Bishop of Evreux
Fl31-2 Ermengarde Ermentrude or Agnes de Fleitel
GHJRSY
m Walter Giffard, Lord of Longueville
GHJRSY
Fl31=28 Basilie de Fleitel d 16.01.1099
HY
m2 Hugh, Sire de Gournay b c1026, d after 1074 and had issue
HY
BE1883 D'Evereux of Salisbury starts with Walter of Rosmar, son of the following William whose identification as a son of Robert d'Evreux is reported by some web sites eg 'Mathematical' but is thought to be probably fictitious.
De32 William d'Evereux d 1067
De31 Walter 'le Ewrus' d'Evereux, Count of Rosmar b c1033
m Philippa
BE1883 D'Evereux of Salisbury reports that this Walter had two sons: Walter, his successor as Count of Rosmar, and Edward 'of Salisbury', Sheriff of Wiltshire, whose grandson Patrick was created Earl of Salisbury. However, TCP Salisbury reports that this Walter the elder was "a fictitious person" and reports also that the parentage of Edward the Sheriff is unknown. The facts that the Conqueror tended to put kin in power in England and that the d'Evereux family were close neighbors of the de Bohuns in Normandy do speak for the likelyhood of such a descent.This Edward would have been a third cousin of the Conqueror and hence worthy of becoming Sheriff.
No31-3 Hawise b c977, d 21.02.1034
m 996 Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany b c980, d 20.11.1008
GHJSY
No31-4 Beatrice b c980
m 1000 Eubles I de Turenne d 1030
No31-5 Emma b c982, d 21.02.1052
m1 1002 Ethelred II 'the Unready', King of England b 968, d 23.04.1016
m2 02.07.1017 Canute 'the Great', King of England, Denmark and Norway b c995, d 1035
No31-6 Frasenda or Fressenda b c995, d c1057
m Tancred d'Hauteville d 1041
EGHJSWY
No31-7 Mathilde dsp c1005
m 1003/4 Eudes II, Count of Blois b 983, d 15.11.1037
Not mentioned by GenEU but reported by 'The History of the Granville Family' by Roger Granville, Rector of Bideford, 1895, with support and some supplement provided by various web sites, was ....
No31-8 Mauger or Maliger, Count de Corbeil, Count de Mortagne
m 1012 Germaine de Corbeil dau of Aubert, 2nd Count de Corbeil
a. William 'the Warling', Count de Corbeil d 1050 For his plotting against Duke William, later the Conqueror, this William lost the county of Mortagne Mortain or Moreton to the Conqueror's half-brother, Robert de Burgh.
1 Bouchard/?Renaud Count de Corbeil b 1022, d c 1095 (Bouchard with this marriage are also shown as b 1044, son of Renaud and brother of Regnault and as here father of Elice, but son of William the Warling)
m Adelaide de Crecy b c 1044
A Elice de Corbeil b c 1965
m Guy III 'the Red' the Montlhery b 1037 Monthery Ile de France d 1108 son of Guy Seigneur de Monthery b 1010 d 1095 and Hodienne de Gometz b 1014
-1 Beatrix de Montlhery b c 1077 Montlhery d Loire, Rochfort m Anselm de Garlende b c 1069 Īle-de-France, Essonne, Bagneux d 1118 -1-1 Agnes de Garlene b c 1095 d Īle-de-France, Essonne, Bagneux d 1181 m Amaury de Montfort
-1-2 Willem III van Garlende b 1110 d abt 1180
-1-1-1
-1-2-1 Sophie van Garlende b 1160 Luxembourg m Louis de Chiny III b c 1140 Chiny Luxembourg d 8 Oct 1191
-1-1-1
-1-2-1-1 Louis de Chiny IV b c 1180 Chiny Luxembourg d 2 Jan 1225 m Mahaut d'Avesnes b c 1180 Avesnes Pas de Calais b 1236 dau Jacque d'Avesnes b 1155 d 7 Sep 1191 and Adelphine de Guise b 1159 d 1207
B? Regnault de Corbeil b c 1041 Corbeil Champagne
C -1
b. Hamon 'Dentatus', Count of Corbeil, Sn de Thorigny, etc
m Halwise or Elizabeth d'Avoye dau of Henri l'Oiseteur, widow of Hugh the Great, King of France
1 Robert FitzHamon of Gloucester d 1107
m Sybille de Montgomery dau of Roger de Montgomery, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury
A Mabel or Amicia of Gloucester d 1157
m 1119 Robert of Caen, 1st Earl of Gloucester b c1090, d 31.10.1147
GHJRSY
B daughter
m Earl of Brittany
C+ other issue - Avice nun, Cicely nun
2 Richard FitzHamon de Granville
m Isabel Giffard dau of Walter Giffard, 1st Earl of Buckingham
3 Hamon FitzHamon dapifer
m2 Emma of France b c943, a 03.968, dau of Hugues I, Count of Paris
p1. Papia identified by 'Mathematical', TCP does not give her name but confirms that an illegitimate son of Duke Richard was ...
No31 et al. Godfrey, Count of Brionne and Eu b about 970 d c996
Some sources identify Godfrey's wife as Heloise of Guisnes but this appears to be because she was mother of Gilbert Crispin of Bec with whom Godfrey's son is often confused. [Brionne, in Normandy, is often confused with Brienne which is near Troyes in Aube.]
No30=Cl29=31 Gilbert, Count de Brionne b c 995, d c1040
Many sources suggest that Gilbert's wife was Gunnora d'Aunou but this appears to be because he is often confused with Gilbert Crispin de Bec, her actual husband. Other sources identify his wife as Gunnora de Crepon but this is thought unlikely.
No29=28=Cl30=28 Richard FitzGilbert de Toneburge Tonbridge and Clare b before 1035, d c1090
m Rohese Giffard a 1113, dau of Walter Giffard, Lord of Longueville
No28=Cl30=29=28=27=?31 Gilbert FitzRichard de Toneburge Tonbridge and Clare b c1065, d 1114/7
m 1113 Adeliza de Clermont dau of Hugh, Count of Clermont, by Marguerite
GHJRSY
m by 1090 Adeliza de Clermont dau of Hugh, Count of Clermont
GHJRSY
No28 =Fi29 =26 Robert FitzRichard, Lord of Little Dunmow b c1065, d 1134, steward to King Henry I
m1?. Judith of Huntingdon dau of Waltheof, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton
m2 1112 Maud de St. Liz d 1140, dau of Simon de St Liz, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton
BE1883 shows 2 unnamed daughters, one married to Ralph de Telgers and the other to Eudo Dapifer. The following 3 daughters are reported by GenEU Eu.
Cl28-3 Rohese b 1067, d 1121
m Eudo de Rie
Cl28-4 Adelizia b c1068
m Sir Walter Ryrrel
Cl28-5 Avoye d c1138
Y
m Raoul I de Fougeres d 1124
Y
BE1883 shows the following sons who are not reported by GenEU Eu ...
Cl28-6+ other issue - Roger dsp, Walter of Nether Gwent dsp, Richard abbot of Ely
No29=28 Baldwin FitzGilbert, Sn de Meules and Sap, lord of Okehampton d 1090
BE1883 Courtenay of Devon shows Baldwin as father of Richard de Redvers and Robert and Emma mentioned below. TCP Devon names his wife as Emma or Auberee and reports that she was related to King William I "first cousin, or niece". BE1883 identifies Baldwin's wife as Albreda d'Avranche which would make her related through her mother's mother who was mother of the King. We therefore accept the identity given by BE1883. TCP Devon shows their issue as follows:
m Albreda d'Avranches b c1045, dau of Richard of Goz, Viscount of Avranches
No27-1 Robert FitzBaldwin, Governor of Brionne a 1101, dsp
No27-2 William FitzBaldwin, lord of Okehampton, Sheriff of Devon a 1096, dsp
No27-3 Richard FitzBaldwin, lord of Okehampton, Sheriff of Devon dsp 1137
No27-4 Adelise of Okehampton dsp 24.08.1142
No27 Emma of Dolton
This heiress is not named by TCP but is identified by BE1883 as Emma which reports her husbands as, first, William Avenal and, second, William de Abrincis d'Avranches. We follow TCP.
m1 William d'Avranches d c1087 Av27 Robert d'Avranches or de Abrincis of Okehampton, Hereditary Sheriff of Devon a 1130
Av27-2 daughter m William Paynel of Les Moutiers-Hubert, Hambye and Drax d before 1148
m2 Ralph Paynel of Les Moutiers-Hubert and Hambye, Sheriff of Yorkshire d 1128-9
No30=31 Adela of Eu b about 990
HY
m Neil III de St. Sauveur d c1066
HY
wife or partners unknown uncertain who was the mother of the following
No31-10 daughter
m Gulbert de St. Valery a 1011
No31-11 Moriella or Muriel
m Tancred d'Hauteville d 1041
partner unknown
No31=30 William, Count d'Hiemois et d'Eu b c972, d 26.01.1057/58
m Leseline de Turqueville d 26.01.1057/58, dau of Turchetil, Sn de Turqueville
No29-1 William, Count d'Eu, Soissons et Troyes a 1076
m 1058 Aelis d 18.09.1066
1 Lithuaise de Troyes a 1070
m1 by 1057 Geofrrey III de Donzy d 1157
m2 c1070 Miles I 'le Grand' d 1118
2 Raintrude
m Raoul I de Nesle a 1119
No29 Robert, Count d'Eu a 1053, d 08.09.1089/93
m Beatrice
No28 Guillaume, Count d'Eu, Lord of Hastings d 12.07.1140
m Margaret de Champagne d 15.12.1145
No27 Jean, Count d'Eu, Lord of Hastings d 26.06.1170
m Alice d'Aubigny d by 09.1188, dau of William de Albini, 1st Earl of Arundel
No26 Henry, Count d'Eu, Lord of Hastings d by 1191
m Maud de Warenne d c1212, dau of Hamelin Plantagenet, 5th Earl of Surrey
No25 Alix, Countess d'Eu, Lady of Hastings d 15.05.1246
m 09.1213 Raoul I, Count of Eu, Sn d'Issoudin etc b before 1165, d 01.05.1219
No27-2 Ida
m William de Hastings sp
No28-2 Condoa
m Fulk 'Taillefer', Count of Archaic d 1087
Reported in various web sites is the following connection but needing substantiation:
Cl31 Ponce or Pons or Poinz d before 1086
HJY
No33-2. Adela/Gerloc of Normandy b c917, a 969
EGHJRSWY
m 935 William/Guillaume I/III 'Towhead', Count of Poitou, Auvergne & Limoges, Duke of Aquitaine b 915, d 03.04.963
EGHJRSWY
No33. Crispina not certain who was Crispina's mother but various web sites show her as Papia
m Grimaldus or Grimald, Prince of Monaco
No32=Cr31 Crispin Crispinus, Baron of Bec
m Heloise de Guynes and Boulogne
m2 912 Giselle of France dau of Charles III 'the Simple', Emperor

Sources:
1 GenEU Normandy with support from a wide range of sources.
2 For FitzGibert de Toneburge: BE1883 Clare of Clare, Hertford & Gloucester, TCP Clare honour of.
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