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THE ROBERTIANS & CAPETS

Please see the Frankish connection for ancestors of:
13 RobertI Count of Haspengau /Hesbaye Count of Upper Rhine & Worm(s)gau after marriage
b~700
d~750 m1 Williswint (Heiress) of Wormsgau


son

14 Guerin (Thuringbert) Count of Wormsgau, Upper Rhine & Thurgau (~740--~772) one of his sons, 15 Bouchard de Hesbaye, Constable of Corsica b ~754 gave rise to our direct line of descent. Thurgau is bordered partly by the Upper Rhine River and partly by Lake Constance. It may have neighboured the old County of Upper Rhine, ruled by Guerin's father

Eldest Son of 14

15v RobertII Count of Wormsgau
b ~762
d ~807

son

16v RobertIII Count of Wormsgau
b 800
d 834

son

17v Robert The Strong, Count of Anjou and Margrave of Neustria,
the earliest well documented ancestor of the
Capetian Royal Line of France that I can trace.
See ref.

b ~820
d 866
m ~ 864 a 2nd wife (16ax) Adelaide
of Alsace and Tours daughter of 15a Hugh of Tours Count of Upper Alsace (see Dukes of Alsace)

son

18v Robert I King of West Francia (922-923)
b ~ 866
d 923
m2 Beatrice of Vermandois

son

19v Hugh Magnus Dux Francorum
b 898
m Hedwige of Saxony
d 956

son

THE CAPET KINGS OF FRANCE


20v Hugh Capet , (elected) King of France
(987-996)
b ~ 940
m Adelaide of Aquitaine
d 996

son

21v Robert II The Wise, King of France
(996-1031)
b 972
m2 Constance of Arles/Toulouse
d 1031

1st son

22va Hugh II Magnus, King of France
(1017-1025)
b 1007
m Elisabeth d'Avoye (the daughter of Henri l'Oiseteur)
d 1025

2nd son of 21v

22vb Henry I King of France
b 4 May 1008 to 4 August 1060)
m Anne of Kiev
senior line from here continues with the CAPET  KINGS OF FRANCE

junior son of 22vb

23v Hugh of Vermandois (1053 to 1101)

dau

24vx Elizabeth de Vermandois (c. 1081 to 1131)
m 28 William de Warren  2nd Earl of Surrey

2nd son of 28w

29 Reginald de Warren

b ~ 1113 Vermandois, Normandy

Junior line of de Warrennes, Poynton Warrens, Wallers

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Entities governed by our ancestors


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Start of deep divisions betweem Charlemagne's sons
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