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    Ermentrude of Rheims

    Female 958 -


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    Generation: 1

    1. 1.  Ermentrude of Rheims was born in 958 in Reims, Marnes, Champagne-Ardenne, France (daughter of Renaud of Roucy and Albreda of Lorraine).

      Ermentrude married Alberic II of Macon. Alberic (son of Lietaud of Macon) was born in 948 in Macon, Saone-et-Loire, Bourgogne, France; died in 975. [Group Sheet]

      Children:
      1. Daughter of Alberic II
      2. Ermengarde of Macon was born in 972 in Macon, Saone-et-Loire, Bourgogne, France; died in 1018.
      3. Beatrice of Macon was born in 974 in Macon, Saone-et-Loire, Bourgogne, France.

      Ermentrude married Otto-William of Burgundy. Otto-William (son of Adalbert of Italy and Gerberga of Macon) was born in 962; died on 21 Sep 1026. [Group Sheet]

      Children:
      1. Agnes of Burgundy
      2. Gerberga of Burgundy
      3. Matilda of Burgundy was born in 980; died in 1005.
      4. Reginald I of Burgundy was born in 986; died on 3 Sep 1057.

    Generation: 2

    1. 2.  Renaud of Roucy was born in 926 in Roucy, Aisne, Picardie, France (son of Reinald of Norway); died on 15 Mar 973.

      Renaud married Albreda of Lorraine. [Group Sheet]


    2. 3.  Albreda of Lorraine (daughter of Gilbert of Lorraine and Gerberga of Saxony).
      Children:
      1. Gerberga of Roucy
      2. Gilbert of Roucy was born in 956; died in 990.
      3. 1. Ermentrude of Rheims was born in 958 in Reims, Marnes, Champagne-Ardenne, France.


    Generation: 3

    1. 4.  Reinald of Norway
      Children:
      1. 2. Renaud of Roucy was born in 926 in Roucy, Aisne, Picardie, France; died on 15 Mar 973.

    2. 6.  Gilbert of Lorraine was born in 890 (son of Count Regnier I of Hainaut and Hersent of France); died on 2 Oct 939.

      Gilbert married Gerberga of Saxony. Gerberga (daughter of King Henry I of Germany and Saint Matilda of Ringelheim) was born in 913; died on 5 May 984. [Group Sheet]


    3. 7.  Gerberga of SaxonyGerberga of Saxony was born in 913 (daughter of King Henry I of Germany and Saint Matilda of Ringelheim); died on 5 May 984.
      Children:
      1. 3. Albreda of Lorraine
      2. Gerberge of Lorraine was born in 935; died in 989.


    Generation: 4

    1. 12.  Count Regnier I of Hainaut was born in 850 in Hainaut, Belgium (son of Gislebert of Darnau and Ermengarde of Lorraine); died in 915.

      Regnier married Hersent of France. [Group Sheet]


    2. 13.  Hersent of France
      Children:
      1. Regnier II of Hainaut was born in 890.
      2. 6. Gilbert of Lorraine was born in 890; died on 2 Oct 939.

    3. 14.  King Henry I of GermanyKing Henry I of Germany was born in 876 (son of Duke Otto I of Saxony and Hedwige of Babenberg); died on 2 Jul 936 in Memleben, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

      Henry married Saint Matilda of Ringelheim in 909. Matilda (daughter of Theodoric Von Ringelheim and Reinhild) was born in 878 in Saxony; died on 14 May 968. [Group Sheet]


    4. 15.  Saint Matilda of Ringelheim was born in 878 in Saxony (daughter of Theodoric Von Ringelheim and Reinhild); died on 14 May 968.
      Children:
      1. Holy Roman Emperor Otto I of Germany was born on 23 Nov 912; died on 7 May 973; was buried in Cathedral of Saints Catherine and Maurice, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
      2. 7. Gerberga of Saxony was born in 913; died on 5 May 984.
      3. Henry I of Bavaria was born in 920; died on 1 Nov 955 in Pöhlde, Lower Saxony, Germany.
      4. Hedwige of Saxony was born in 922 in Saxony; died on 10 May 965 in Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.