Biography of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem 1089-1143

Paternal Family Tree: Anjou aka Plantagenet

Maternal Family Tree: Ermesinde of Carcassonne 975-1058

 Angers Chertsey Abbey Dunstable Gloucester, Gloucestershire

1124 Battle of Bourgtheroulde

1127 Oath of Allegiance to Empress Matilda

Around 1068 [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 25) and Hildegarde Beaugency Countess Anjou (age 24) were married. She by marriage Countess Anjou. He the son of Geoffrey "Ferréol" Anjou 2nd Count Gâtinais and Ermengarde Blanche Ingelger Duchess Burgundy (age 50).

Before 1072 [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 29) and Ermengarde Bourbon Countess Anjou (age 21) were married. She by marriage Countess Anjou. He the son of Geoffrey "Ferréol" Anjou 2nd Count Gâtinais and Ermengarde Blanche Ingelger Duchess Burgundy (age 53).

Around 1076 [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 33) and Orengarde Chatellailon Countess Anjou were married. She by marriage Countess Anjou. He the son of Geoffrey "Ferréol" Anjou 2nd Count Gâtinais and Ermengarde Blanche Ingelger Duchess Burgundy (age 58).

In 1089 [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 46) and [his mother] Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France (age 19) were married. She by marriage Countess Anjou. The difference in their ages was 27 years. He the son of Geoffrey "Ferréol" Anjou 2nd Count Gâtinais and Ermengarde Blanche Ingelger Duchess Burgundy.

Around 1089 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem was born to Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 46) and Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France (age 19) at Angers [Map].

On 15 May 1092 [his step-father] Philip "Amorous" I King France (age 39) and [his mother] Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France (age 22) were married. She by marriage Queen Consort of France. They were married despite their both having living spouses: Bertha Gerulfing Queen Consort France (age 37) and [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 49) respectively. He the son of King Henry I of France and Anne Rurik Queen Consort France.

In 1096 [his uncle] Geoffrey "Bearded" Anjou 3rd Count Gâtinais (age 56) died. His brother [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 53) succeeded 4th Count Anjou.

On 14 Apr 1109 [his father] Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou (age 66) died. In 1109 His son Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 20) succeeded V Count Anjou.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1110. This year also died [his father-in-law] Earl Elias, who held Maine in fee-tail140 of King Henry (age 42); and after his death the Earl of Anjou (age 21) succeeded to it, and held it against the king (age 42). This was a very calamitous year in this land, through the contributions which the king (age 42) received for his [his future daughter-in-law] daughter's (age 7) portion, and through the badness of the weather, by which the fruits of the earth were very much marred, and the produce of the trees over all this land almost entirely perished. This year men began first to work at the new minster at Chertsey [Map].

Note 140. That is, the territory was not a "fee simple", but subject to "taillage" or taxation; and that particular species is probably here intended which is called in old French "en queuage", an expression not very different from that in the text above.

In 1110 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 21) and Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou were married. She by marriage Countess Anjou. She the daughter of Elias La Flèche De Baugency I Count Maine and Matilda Chateau Du Loir Countess Maine. He the son of Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou and Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France (age 40).

Around 1111 [his daughter] Matilda of Anjou was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 22) and [his wife] Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1111. This year the King Henry (age 43) bare not his crown at Christmas, nor at Easter, nor at Pentecost. And in August he went over sea into Normandy, on account of the broils that some had with him by the confines of France, and chiefly on account of the Earl of Anjou (age 22), who held Maine against him. And after he came over thither, many conspiracies, and burnings, and harrowings, did they between them. In this year died the Earl Robert of Flanders (age 46), and his son Baldwin (age 18) succeeded thereto.141 This year was the winter very long, and the season heavy and severe; and through that were the fruits of the earth sorely marred, and there was the greatest murrain of cattle that any man could remember.

Around 1112 [his daughter] Sibylla Anjou Countess Essex and Flanders was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 23) and [his wife] Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1112. All this year remained the King Henry (age 44) in Normandy [Map] on account of the broils that he had with France, and with the Earl of Anjou (age 23), who held Maine [Map] against him. And whilst he was there, he deprived of their lands the Earl of Evreux, and William Crispin, and drove them out of Normandy. To Philip of Braiose (age 42) he restored his land, who had been before deprived of it; and Robert of Belesme (age 56) he suffered to be seized, and put into prison. This was a very good year, and very fruitful, in wood and in field; but it was a very heavy time and sorrowful, through a severe mortality amongst men.

On 24 Aug 1113 [his son] Geoffrey Plantagenet Duke Normandy was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 24) and [his wife] Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou.

After May 1114 [his son] Elias Anjou 2nd Count Maine was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 25) and [his wife] Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou.

On 14 Feb 1117 [his mother] Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France (age 47) died.

In 1119 or 1120 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 31) travelled to Jerusalem on pilgrimage. He returned in late 1121.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1119. This year went [his son-in-law] William (age 15), the son of King Henry (age 51) and [his future daughter-in-law] Queen Matilda (age 16), into Normandy [Map] to his father, and there was given to him, and wedded to [his daughter] wife, the daughter (age 8) of the Earl of Anjou (age 30).

In 1119 [his son-in-law] William Adelin Normandy Duke Normandy (age 15) and [his daughter] Matilda of Anjou (age 8) were married. She the daughter of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 30) and Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou. He the son of King Henry I "Beauclerc" England (age 51) and Edith aka Matilda Dunkeld Queen Consort England.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1121. This year came the Earl of Anjou (age 32) from Jerusalem into his land; and soon after sent hither to fetch his [his daughter] daughter (age 10), who had been given to wife to [his former son-in-law] William, the king's (age 53) son.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1123. In this year was the King Henry (age 55), at Christmastide at Dunstable [Map], and there came to him the ambassadors of the Earl of Anjou (age 34).

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1123. About the same time departed the earl's (age 34) messengers149 in hostility from the king (age 55), reckless of his favour. During the same time came a legate from Rome, whose name was Henry. He was abbot of the monastery of St. John of Angeli; and he came after the Rome-scot. And he said to the king (age 55), that it was against right that men should set a clerk over monks; and therefore they had chosen an archbishop before in their chapter after right. But the king (age 55) would not undo it, for the love of the Bishop of Salisbury. Then went the archbishop, soon after this, to Canterbury; and was there received, though it was against their will; and he was there soon blessed to bishop by the Bishop of London, and the Bishop Ernulf of Rochester, and the Bishop William Girard of Winchester, and the Bishop Bernard of Wales, and the Bishop Roger of Salisbury. Then, early in Lent, went the archbishop to Rome, after his pall; and with him went the Bishop Bernard of Wales; and Sefred, Abbot of Glastonbury; and Anselm, Abbot of St. Edmund's bury; and John, Archdeacon of Canterbury; and Gifard, who was the king's (age 55) court-chaplain. At the same time went the Archbishop Thurstan of York (age 53) to Rome, through the behest of the pope, and came thither three days ere the Archbishop of Canterbury came, and was there received with much worship. Then came the Archbishop of Canterbury, and was there full seven nights ere they could come to a conference with the pope. That was, because the pope was made to understand that he had obtained the archbishopric against the monks of the minster, and against right. But that overcame Rome, which overcometh all the world; that is, gold and silver. And the pope softened, and gave him his pall. And the archbishop (of York) swore him subjection, in all those things, which the pope enjoined him, by the heads of St. Peter and St. Paul; and the pope then sent him home with his blessing.

Note 149. i.e. Of the Earl of Anjou (age 34).

In 1123 [his son-in-law] William Clito Normandy Count Flanders (age 20) and [his daughter] Sibylla Anjou Countess Essex and Flanders (age 11) were married. She the daughter of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 34) and Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou. He the son of Robert Curthose III Duke Normandy (age 72) and Sybilla Conversano Duchess Normandy. He a grandson of King William "Conqueror" I of England.

In 1124 [his son-in-law] William Clito Normandy Count Flanders (age 21) and [his daughter] Sibylla Anjou Countess Essex and Flanders (age 12) were divorced.

1124 Battle of Bourgtheroulde

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 26 Mar 1124. All this year was the King Henry (age 56) in Normandy. That was for the great hostility that he had with the King Louis of France (age 42), and with the Earl of Anjou (age 35), and most of all with his own men. Then it happened, on the day of the Annunciation of St. Mary, that the Earl Waleram of Mellent (age 20) went from one of his castles called Belmont to another called Watteville. With him went the steward of the King of France, Amalric, and Hugh (age 26) the son of Gervase (age 54), and Hugh of Montfort (age 49), and many other good knights. Then came against them the king's (age 56) knights from all the castles that were thereabout, and fought with them, and put them to flight, and took the Earl Waleram (age 20), and Hugh, the son of Gervase (age 26), and Hugh of Montfort (age 49), and five and twenty other knights, and brought them to the king (age 56). And the king (age 56) committed the Earl Waleram (age 20), and Hugh, the son of Gervase (age 26), to close custody in the castle at Rouen; but Hugh of Montfort (age 49) he sent to England, and ordered him to be secured with strong bonds in the castle at Glocester [Map]. And of the others as many as he chose he sent north and south to his castles in captivity.

In 1126 [his wife] Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou died.

After Oct 1126 Prince Bohemond II of Antioch (age 18) and [his future sister-in-law] Alice of Antioch (age 16) were married. She the daughter of Baldwin II King Jerusalem (age 51). He the son of Prince Bohemond I of Antioch and Constance Capet Countess Champagne.

1127 Oath of Allegiance to Empress Matilda

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 1127. This year held the King Henry (age 59) his court at Christmas in Windsor. There was David the king of the Scots (age 43), and all the head men that were in England, learned and lewd. And there he engaged the archbishops, and bishops, and abbots, and earls, and all the thanes that were there, to swear England and Normandy [Map] after his day into the hands of his daughter [his future daughter-in-law] Athelicia (age 24), who was formerly the wife of the Emperor of Saxony. Afterwards he sent her to Normandy; and with her went her brother Robert, Earl of Glocester (age 28), and Brian, son of the Earl Alan Fergan (age 27);154 and he let her wed the [his son] son (age 13) of the Earl of Anjou (age 38), whose name was Geoffry Martel (age 13). All the French and English, however, disapproved of this; but the king (age 59) did it for to have the alliance of the Earl of Anjou (age 38), and for to have help against his nephew [his son-in-law] William (age 24).

Note 154. See an account of him in "Ord. Vit." 544. Conan, another son of this Alan, Earl of Brittany, married a daughter of Henry I.

On 17 Jun 1128 [his son] Geoffrey Plantagenet Duke Normandy (age 14) and [his daughter-in-law] Empress Matilda (age 26) were married. She the daughter of King Henry I "Beauclerc" England (age 60) and Edith aka Matilda Dunkeld Queen Consort England. He the son of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 39) and Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou.

On 02 Jun 1129 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 40) and Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 24) were married at Jerusalem. She by marriage Countess Anjou. Her father (age 54) had written to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 40) requesting the marriage since he had no mlae heirs. She the daughter of Baldwin II King Jerusalem (age 54). He the son of Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou and Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France.

In 1130 [his son] Baldwin III King Jerusalem was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 41) and [his wife] Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 25).

On 21 Aug 1131 [his father-in-law] Baldwin II King Jerusalem (age 56) died. Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 42) succeeded King Jerusalem. [his wife] Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 26) by marriage Queen Consort Jerusalem.

After 1132 [his son-in-law] Thierry Count Flanders (age 33) and [his daughter] Sibylla Anjou Countess Essex and Flanders (age 20) were married. She by marriage Countess Flanders. She the daughter of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 43) and Ermengarde La Flèche De Baugency Countess Anjou. He the son of Theodoric "Valiant" Metz II Duke Lorraine and Gertrude Flanders Duchess Lorraine.

In 1136 [his son] Almaric I King Jerusalem was born to Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 47) and [his wife] Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 31).

After 1136 [his sister-in-law] Alice of Antioch (age 26) died.

On 13 Nov 1143 Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem (age 54) was killed whilst hunting.

On 11 Sep 1161 [his former wife] Melisende Queen of Jerusalem (age 56) died.

A History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea by William of Tyre 15th Book Emperor John and the Latin States Chapter 27. The king, while pursuing a hare in the plain of Acre is thrown headlong from his horse; he dies and is buried at Jerusalem with his predecessors.

It happened in those days, when autumn was over, that the king and queen were sojourning for a time at the city of Acre. In order to vary the monotony by some agreeable recreation, the queen expressed a desire to go out of the city to a certain place in the suburbs where there were many springs. That she might not lack the pleasure of his company, the king attended her with his usual escort. As they were riding along, the servants who had preceded the train happened to rouse a hare which was lying in a furrow. It fled, followed by the shouts of all. The king, impelled by evil fate, seized his lance and joined the pursuit. In vigorous chase, he began to urge on his horse in that direction. Finally, the steed, driven to reckless speed, stumbled and fell. The king was thrown headforemost to the ground. As he lay there stunned by the pain of the fall, the saddle struck his head and his brains gushed forth from both ears and nostrils. The members of his escort, those in advance and those following him, overcome with horror at the frightful accident, rushed to his aid as he lay on the ground. They found him unconscious, however, unable to speak or understand.

When the queen was informed of her husband's unexpected death, she was pierced to the heart by the sinister disaster. She tore her garments and hair and by her loud shrieks and lamentations gave proof of her intense grief. Flinging herself upon the ground she embraced the lifeless body. Tears failed her through continual weeping; frequent sobs interrupted her voice, as she tried to give expression to her grief; nor could she do justice to it, although she cared for naught save to satisfy her anguish. The people of the household also manifested their grief by tears, words, and aspect and gave plain proof of great sorrow.

The king's deplorable accident soon became known. Rumor, on swift wings, spread the news throughout the city of Acre. Crowds flocked to the scene, all eager to convince themselves of the unspeakable disaster. Tearfully they bore him thence to the city, where he lived until the third day, unconscious but still breathing. Thus, on November lo, in the year 1142 of the Incarnation of our Lord and of Folk's reign the eleventh, his life was brought to a close in a good old age31.

His body was borne thence to Jerusalem with fitting honors. The entire body of clergy and people went out to meet the funeral train. He was buried with royal magnificence among his kingly predecessors of blessed memory in the church of the Sepulchre of the Lord, at the foot of Mount Calvary, by the gate as one enters on the right. William, the venerable patriarch of Jerusalem, conducted the royal obsequies.

King Fulk left two children who had not yet attained the age of manhood: [his son] Baldwin, the eldest, then thirteen years old, and [his son] Amaury, aged seven. The royal power passed to the Lady Melisend, a queen beloved of God, to whom it belonged by hereditary right.

Note 31. The Latin here is rather ambiguous, quarta demiim die, idibus videlicet Novembris. It might be read as meaning "on the fourth day of his illness, i.e,, on the Ides of November" which is November 13, or "on the fourth day of the Ides of November" which is November 10. In this instance it clearly has the first meaning, but William himself later read it with the second meaning (Book XVI, chap. 3), The text carries the year 1142, but all 'the evidence points to 1143 as the year of Fulk's death. The date of Fulk's death, so vital in the chronology of the Latin kingdom, has been confused by William's dating. This may be merely a typographical or copyist's error, for it is not consistent with his other references to the event. Mile Chartrou, on the basis of local Angevin records as well as a review of all known evidence, concludes that it could not have occurred before late 1143, fixing the other terminal date as March 26, 1144. She prefers 1144 on the basis of local western records (Josephe Chartrou, L'Anjou de 1109 á 1151, pp. 234-36). La Monte, who has reviewed the matter more recently, is convinced that her evidence does not preclude November, 1143 (La Monte, Feudal Monarchyy pp, 14-15, note 3). Normally there would be no ship sailing from Palestine as late as November, and the West would not have learned of his death before 1144 even if a special courier had been dispatched immediately. La Monte prefers November 10, 1143, the date of Fulk's death.

Royal Ancestors of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem 1089-1143

Kings Franks: Great x 9 Grand Son of Charles "Charlemagne aka Great" King Franks King Lombardy Holy Roman Emperor

Royal Descendants of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem 1089-1143

Agnes La Marck Queen Consort Navarre x 7

Baldwin III King Jerusalem x 1

King Henry "Curtmantle" II of England x 1

Almaric I King Jerusalem x 1

Isabelle Flanders Queen Consort France x 1

Matilda Dammartin Queen Consort Portugal x 1

Blanche Capet Queen Navarre x 1

Maria Reginar Queen Consort France x 1

Henry Luxemburg VII Holy Roman Emperor x 1

Edward Balliol I King Scotland x 1

Joan of Burgundy Queen Consort France x 1

Blanche of Burgundy Queen Consort France x 1

Philip "Noble" III King Navarre x 1

Joan Évreux Queen Consort France x 1

Margaret Hainault Holy Roman Empress x 2

Philippa of Hainault Queen Consort England x 2

King Robert II of Scotland x 1

Blanche Valois Holy Roman Empress Luxemburg x 1

Blanche Dampierre Queen Consort Norway and Sweden x 2

Joan Auvergne Queen Consort France x 1

Joanna Bourbon Queen Consort France x 3

Blanche Bourbon Queen Consort Castile x 3

Yolande of Bar Queen Consort Aragon x 1

King Richard II of England x 1

King Louis of Naples x 2

King Henry V of England x 2

Philippa Lancaster Queen Consort Denmark x 2

Joan Beaufort Queen Consort Scotland x 3

Jacquetta of Luxemburg Duchess Bedford x 3

Margaret of Anjou Queen Consort England x 2

Mary of Guelders Queen Consort Scotland x 7

Charlotte Savoy Queen Consort France x 4

King Edward IV of England x 7

King Richard III of England x 7

Anne Neville Queen Consort England x 11

King Henry VII of England and Ireland x 4

Christina Queen Consort Denmark Norway and Sweden x 1

Louis XII King France x 7

Jean III King Navarre x 2

Bianca Maria Sforza Holy Roman Empress x 4

Anne of Brittany Queen Consort France x 1

Philip "Handsome Fair" King Castile x 11

Germaine Foix Queen Consort Aragon x 7

Marguerite Valois Orléans Queen Consort Navarre x 11

King Francis I of France x 11

Queen Anne Boleyn of England x 8

Anne Jagiellon Holy Roman Empress x 4

Queen Jane Seymour x 10

Catherine Parr Queen Consort England x 16

Anne of Cleves Queen Consort England x 12

Mary of Guise Queen Consort Scotland x 28

Antoine King Navarre x 15

Queen Catherine Howard of England x 7

Jane "Nine Days Queen" Grey I Queen England and Ireland x 18

Louis VI Elector Palatine x 7

Louise Lorraine Queen Consort France x 21

Maximilian "The Great" Wittelsbach I Duke Bavaria I Elector Bavaria x 29

Maria Anna Wittelsbach Holy Roman Empress x 29

Electress Louise Juliana of the Palatine Rhine x 6

Ferdinand of Spain II Holy Roman Emperor x 7

Margaret of Austria Queen Consort Spain x 7

Anna of Austria Holy Roman Empress x 1

Eleonora Gonzaga Queen Consort Bohemia x 8

Maria Leopoldine Habsburg Spain Queen Consort Bohemia x 7

Marie Françoise Élisabeth of Savoy Queen Consort of Portugal x 35

Victor Amadeus King Sardinia x 41

Maria Anna Neuburg Queen Consort Spain x 12

Joseph I Holy Roman Emperor x 12

Charles Habsburg Spain VI Holy Roman Emperor x 12

Francis I Holy Roman Emperor x 22

Elisabeth Therese Lorraine Queen Consort Sardinia x 22

President George Washington x 6

King George III of Great Britain and Ireland x 14

Caroline Matilda Hanover Queen Consort Denmark and Norway x 14

Caroline of Brunswick Queen Consort England x 14

King Christian I of Norway and VIII of Denmark x 28

Caroline Amalie Oldenburg Queen Norway x 2

Frederick VII King Denmark x 42

Queen Louise Hesse-Kassel of Denmark x 28

King Christian IX of Denmark x 3

Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom x 28

Queen Sophia of Sweden and Norway x 15

Victoria Empress Germany Queen Consort Prussia x 84

King Edward VII of the United Kingdom x 84

Frederick Charles I King Finland x 28

Constantine I King Greece x 1

Alexandrine Mecklenburg-Schwerin Queen Consort Denmark x 43

Victoria Eugénie Mountbatten Queen Consort Spain x 84

Louise Mountbatten Queen Consort Sweden x 84

Ingrid Bernadotte Queen Consort Denmark x 84

Philip Mountbatten Duke Edinburgh x 85

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom x 1745

Sophia Glücksburg Queen Consort Spain x 2

Constantine II King Hellenes x 2

Carl XVI King Sweden x 173

Queen Consort Camilla Shand x 638

Diana Spencer Princess Wales x 5444

Catherine Middleton Princess of Wales x 17

Ancestors of Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem 1089-1143

Great x 2 Grandfather: Fulcuich Count Mortagne au Perche

Great x 1 Grandfather: Hugh de Perche Count Gâtinais

Great x 2 Grandmother: Melisende Viscountess Châteaudun

GrandFather: Geoffrey "Ferréol" Anjou 2nd Count Gâtinais

Great x 2 Grandfather: Albéric II Count Mâcon

Great x 1 Grandmother: Béatrice de Mâcon Countess Gâtinais

Father: Fulk "Réchin" Anjou 4th Count Anjou

Great x 4 Grandfather: Fulk "Red" Ingelger 1st Count Anjou

Great x 3 Grandfather: Fulk "Good" Ingelger 2nd Count Anjou

Great x 4 Grandmother: Roscille Loches Countess Anjou

Great x 2 Grandfather: Geoffrey "Greygown" Ingelger 1st Count Anjou

Great x 4 Grandfather: Ratburnus I Viscount of Vienne

Great x 3 Grandmother: Gerberge Unknown Viscountess Anjou

Great x 1 Grandfather: Fulk "Black" Ingelger III Count Anjou

GrandMother: Ermengarde Blanche Ingelger Duchess Burgundy

Great x 1 Grandmother: Hildegarde Sundgau Countess Anjou

Fulk "Young" King Jerusalem

Great x 3 Grandfather: Aumary Reginarids

Great x 2 Grandfather: William Reginarids

Great x 1 Grandfather: Aumary Reginarids

GrandFather: Simon Montfort

Great x 1 Grandmother: Bertrade Unknown

Mother: Bertrade Montfort Queen Consort France

Great x 3 Grandfather: Richard "Fearless" Normandy I Duke Normandy

Great x 4 Grandmother: Sprota Unknown

Great x 2 Grandfather: Robert Normandy Archbishop Rouen

Great x 4 Grandfather: Unknown Unknown

Great x 3 Grandmother: Gunnora Countess Ponthieu

Great x 1 Grandfather: Richard Normandy 2nd Count Évreux

Great x 2 Grandmother: Herleva Countess Évreux

GrandMother: Agnès of Normandy

Great x 2 Grandfather: Ramon Borrell Count of Barcelona

Great x 1 Grandmother: Adelaide or Godehildis Ramon

Great x 3 Grandfather: Roger I of Carcasonne

Great x 2 Grandmother: Ermesinde of Carcassonne