Gilbert Malet of Curry-Mallet, Somerset

Male, #8341, (say 1130 - 1194)
Father*William Malet (s 1100 - 1169)
Mother*Maud Mortimer (s 1100 - )
Birth*say 1130 Gilbert was born say 1130. 
Marriage* He married Alice Picot
Death of Father1169 His father William Malet died in 1169. 
Birth of Soncirca 1175 His son William Malet [Magna Carta] of Curry-Malett, Somerset was born circa 1175.1 
Death*1194 He died in 1194. 

Family

Alice Picot (say 1130 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited10 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2005.
    Malet, Page 549.

Alice Picot

Female, #8342, (say 1130 - )
Father*Ralph Picot of Milton & Tong, Kent, Sheriff of Kent & Sussex1 (s 1105 - )
Married Name Her married name was Malet. 
Birth*say 1130 Alice was born say 1130. 
Marriage* She married Gilbert Malet of Curry-Mallet, Somerset
Birth of Soncirca 1175 Her son William Malet [Magna Carta] of Curry-Malett, Somerset was born circa 1175.2 

Family

Gilbert Malet of Curry-Mallet, Somerset (say 1130 - 1194)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Citations

  1. Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2005.
    Page 549.
  2. Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2005.
    Malet, Page 549.

William Malet

Male, #8343, (say 1100 - 1169)
Father*Robert Malet (s 1070 - )
Birth*say 1100 William was born say 1100. 
Marriage* He married Maud Mortimer
Birth of Sonsay 1130 His son Gilbert Malet of Curry-Mallet, Somerset was born say 1130. 
Death*1169 He died in 1169. 

Family

Maud Mortimer (say 1100 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Maud Mortimer

Female, #8344, (say 1100 - )
Married Name Her married name was Malet. 
Birth*say 1100 Maud was born say 1100. 
Marriage* She married William Malet
Birth of Sonsay 1130 Her son Gilbert Malet of Curry-Mallet, Somerset was born say 1130. 

Family

William Malet (say 1100 - 1169)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Robert Malet

Male, #8345, (say 1070 - )
Father*Gilbert Malet (s 1045 - )
Mother*(?) de Correole (s 1047 - )
Birth*say 1070 Robert was born say 1070. 
Marriage* He married an unknown person . 
Birth of Sonsay 1100 His son William Malet was born say 1100. 

Family

Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Gilbert Malet

Male, #8346, (say 1045 - )
Father*William Malet (s 1020 - 1072)
Mother*Hesila Elisa Crispin (s 1022 - )
Birth*say 1045 Gilbert was born say 1045. 
Marriage* He married (?) de Correole
Birth of Sonsay 1070 His son Robert Malet was born say 1070. 

Family

(?) de Correole (say 1047 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

(?) de Correole

Female, #8347, (say 1047 - )
Marriage* She married Gilbert Malet
Birth*say 1047 (?) was born say 1047. 
Birth of Sonsay 1070 Her son Robert Malet was born say 1070. 

Family

Gilbert Malet (say 1045 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited14 Sep 2002

William Malet

Male, #8348, (say 1020 - 1072)
Birth*say 1020 William was born say 1020. 
Marriage*say 1044 He married Hesila Elisa Crispin say 1044. 
Birth of Sonsay 1045 His son Gilbert Malet was born say 1045. 
Death*1072 He died in 1072. 

Family

Hesila Elisa Crispin (say 1022 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited5 Oct 2000

Hesila Elisa Crispin

Female, #8349, (say 1022 - )
Father*Gilbert Crispin (s 986 - )
Mother*Gunmore d'Ainon (s 988 - )
Birth*say 1022 Hesila was born say 1022. 
Marriage*say 1044 She married William Malet say 1044. 
Married Namesay 1044  As of say 1044, her married name was Malet. 
Birth of Sonsay 1045 Her son Gilbert Malet was born say 1045. 

Family

William Malet (say 1020 - 1072)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000

Gilbert Crispin

Male, #8350, (say 986 - )
Father*Crispin de Bec (s 940 - )
Mother*Haloise de Guines (s 942 - )
Birth*say 986 Gilbert was born at France say 986. 
Marriage*say 1012 He married Gunmore d'Ainon say 1012. 
Biography* Gilbert CRISPIN (d. c. 1117), English cleric, biblical exegete, and proponent of the thought of St. Anselm of Canterbury. Of noble birth, Gilbert was educated and later became a monk at the monastery of Bec, in Normandy, where Anselm was abbot. Gilbert served as abbot of Westminster from c. 1085 until his death. Gilbert's exegesis was deeply influenced by his friendship with Anselm and his acquaintance with a Jew from Mainz. His skillful writings include Disputatio Iudaei et Christiani, in which a dialogue on the Christian faith is carried out between Gilbert and his Jewish acquaintance. Other historical and doctrinal works are De Simoniacis, De Spiritu Sancto, and Disputatio Christiani cum gentilli. Source: "Gilbert CRISPIN" Britannica Online. [Accessed 15 February 1998]. 

Family

Gunmore d'Ainon (say 988 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited4 Oct 2000

Gunmore d'Ainon

Female, #8351, (say 988 - )
Birth*say 988 Gunmore was born at France say 988. 
Marriage*say 1012 She married Gilbert Crispin say 1012. 
Married Namesay 1012  As of say 1012, her married name was Crispin. 

Family

Gilbert Crispin (say 986 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited2 Oct 2000

Crispin de Bec

Male, #8352, (say 940 - )
Birth*say 940 Crispin was born say 940. 
Marriage*say 980 He married Haloise de Guines say 980. 
Birth of Sonsay 986 His son Gilbert Crispin was born say 986 at France

Family

Haloise de Guines (say 942 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Haloise de Guines

Female, #8353, (say 942 - )
Father*Count Sigfred (s 922 - )
Mother*Elstrude (s 924 - )
Birth*say 942 Haloise was born say 942. 
Marriage*say 980 She married Crispin de Bec say 980. 
Birth of Sonsay 986 Her son Gilbert Crispin was born say 986 at France

Family

Crispin de Bec (say 940 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Count Sigfred

Male, #8354, (say 922 - )
Birth*say 922 Sigfred was born say 922. 
Marriage*say 941 He married Elstrude say 941. 

Family

Elstrude (say 924 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Elstrude

Female, #8355, (say 924 - )
Father*King Arnulf the Great (s 900 - 27 Mar 965)
Mother*Alice of Vermandois (s 902 - )
Birth*say 924 Elstrude was born say 924. 
Marriage*say 941 She married Count Sigfred say 941. 

Family

Count Sigfred (say 922 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart (#1)
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart (#2)
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

King Arnulf the Great

Male, #8356, (say 900 - 27 Mar 965)
Father*King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders (c 863 - )
Mother*Elfrida (s 868 - 7 Jun 929)
Birth*say 900 Arnulf was born say 900. 
Marriage*say 922 He married Alice of Vermandois say 922. 
Death of Mother7 Jun 929 His mother Elfrida died on 7 Jun 929 at Flanders.1 
Death*27 Mar 965 He died on 27 Mar 965. 
Biography* Arnulf I, byname ARNULF THE GREAT, or THE ELDER, French ARNOUL LE GRAND, or LE VIEUX, Dutch ARNULF DE GROTE, or DE OUDE (b. c. 900--d. March 27, 965), count of Flanders (918-958, 962-965) and son of Baldwin II. On his father's death in 918, the inherited lands were divided between Arnulf and his brother Adolf, but the latter survived only a short time, and Arnulf succeeded to the whole inheritance. His reign was filled with warfare against the Norsemen, and he took an active part in the struggles in Lorraine between the emperor Otto I and Hugh Capet. In 958 Arnulf placed the government in the hands of his son Baldwin ( Baldwin III), and the young man, though his reign was a very short one, did a great deal for the commercial and industrial progress of the country, establishing the first weavers and fullers at Ghent and instituting yearly fairs at Ypres, Bruges, and other places. On Baldwin III's death in 962 the old count, Arnulf I, resumed control and spent the few remaining years of his life in securing the succession of his grandson Arnulf II the Younger (reigned 965-988). Source: "Arnulf I" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 

Family

Alice of Vermandois (say 902 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Brian C. Tompsett, compiler, e-mail address, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, 31 Jan 2004.
    http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/

King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders

Male, #8357, (circa 863 - )
Father*King Baldwin Iron-Arm of Flanders (s 840 - )
Mother*Princess Judith (s 843 - )
Birth*circa 863 Baldwin was born circa 863.1 
Marriage*after 893 He married Elfrida after 893.1 
Biography* Baldwin II, byname BALDWIN THE BALD, French BAUDOUIN LE CHAUVE, Dutch BOUDEWIJN DE KALE (d. 918), second ruler of Flanders, who, from his stronghold at Bruges, maintained, as his father Baldwin I before him, a vigorous defense of his lands against the incursions of the Norsemen. On his mother's side a descendant of Charlemagne, he strengthened the dynastic importance of his family by marrying Aelfthryth, daughter of Alfred the Great, of Wessex, Eng. Source: "Baldwin II" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 
Birth of Sonsay 900 His son King Arnulf the Great was born say 900. 

Family

Elfrida (say 868 - 7 Jun 929)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Brian C. Tompsett, compiler, e-mail address, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, 31 Jan 2004.
    http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/

King Baldwin Iron-Arm of Flanders

Male, #8358, (say 840 - )
Birth*say 840 Baldwin was born say 840. 
Marriage*862 He married Princess Judith in 862.1 
Biography* Baldwin I, byname BALDWIN IRON-ARM, French BAUDOUIN BRAS-DE-FER, Dutch BOUDEWIJN DE IJZERE ARM (d. 879), the first ruler of Flanders. A daring warrior under Charles II the Bald of France, he fell in love with the King's daughter Judith, the youthful widow of two English kings, married her (862), and fled with his bride to Lorraine. Charles, though at first angry, was at last conciliated, and made his son-in-law margrave (Marchio Flandriae) of Flanders (864), which he held as a hereditary fief. The Norsemen were at this time continually devastating the coastlands, and Baldwin was entrusted with this outlying borderland in order to defend it. He was the first of a line of strong rulers, who early in the 10th century exchanged the title of margrave for that of count. Source: "Baldwin I" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 
Birth of Soncirca 863 His son King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders was born circa 863.1 

Family

Princess Judith (say 843 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Brian C. Tompsett, compiler, e-mail address, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, 31 Jan 2004.
    http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/

Princess Judith

Female, #8359, (say 843 - )
Father*Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West (13 Jun 823 - 6 Oct 877)
Mother*Ermentrude (s 822 - )
Birth*say 843 Judith was born say 843. 
Marriage*862 She married King Baldwin Iron-Arm of Flanders in 862.1 
Birth of Soncirca 863 Her son King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders was born circa 863.1 

Family

King Baldwin Iron-Arm of Flanders (say 840 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Brian C. Tompsett, compiler, e-mail address, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, 31 Jan 2004.
    http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/

Bertha

Female, #8360, (say 716 - )
Birth*say 716 Bertha was born say 716. 
Marriage* She married King Pepin the Short
Birth of Son2 Apr 742 Her son Charlemagne Emperor of The West was born on 2 Apr 742. 

Family

King Pepin the Short (circa 714 - 24 Sep 768)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Hildegard

Female, #8361, (758 - 30 Apr 783)
Birth*758 Hildegard was born in 758. 
Marriage*circa 771 She married Charlemagne Emperor of The West circa 771. 
Birth of SonApr 773 Her son King Pepin of Italy was born in Apr 773. 
Birth of Son778 Her son Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West was born in 778 at Chasseneuil, near Poitiers, Aquitaine
Death*30 Apr 783 She died on 30 Apr 783. 

Family

Charlemagne Emperor of The West (2 Apr 742 - 28 Jan 814)
Children
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart (#1)
Diana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart (#2)
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart (#1)
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart (#2)
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Begga

Female, #8362, (say 605 - before 675)
Father*Pepin the Elder (580 - )
Birth*say 605 Begga was born say 605. 
Marriage* She married Ansegisel
Birth of Soncirca 635 Her son Pepin Mayor of Herstal was born circa 635. 
Death*before 675 She died before 675. 

Family

Ansegisel (say 605 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

King Pepin the Short

Male, #8363, (circa 714 - 24 Sep 768)
Father*Mayor Charles Martel (688 - 22 Oct 741)
Birth*circa 714 Pepin was born circa 714. 
Marriage* He married Bertha
Death of Father22 Oct 741 His father Mayor Charles Martel died on 22 Oct 741 at Quierzy-sur-Oise, France
Birth of Son2 Apr 742 His son Charlemagne Emperor of The West was born on 2 Apr 742. 
Death*24 Sep 768 He died at Saint-Denis, Neustria, France, on 24 Sep 768. 
Biography* Pepin III, byname PEPIN THE SHORT, French PÉPIN LE BREF, German PIPPIN DER KURZE (b. c. 714--d. Sept. 24, 768, Saint-Denis, Neustria [now in France]), the first king of the Frankish Carolingian dynasty and the father of Charlemagne. A son of Charles Martel, Pepin became sole de facto ruler of the Franks in 747 and then, on the deposition of Childeric III in 751, king of the Franks. He was the first Frankish king to be anointed--first by St. Boniface and later (754) by Pope Stephen II. For years the Merovingian kings had been unable to prevent power from slipping from their hands into those of the counts and other magnates. The kings were gradually eclipsed by the mayors of the palace, whose status developed from that of officer of the household to regent or viceroy. Among the mayors, a rich family descended from Pepin of Landen (Pepin I) held a position of especial importance. When Charles Martel, the scion of that family, died in 741, he left two sons: the elder, Carloman, mayor of Austrasia, Alemannia, and Thuringia, and Pepin III, mayor of Neustria, Burgundy, and Provence. No king had ruled over all the Franks since 737, but to maintain the fiction of Merovingian sovereignty, the two mayors gave the crown to Childeric III in 743. Charles had had a third son, however-- Grifo, who had been born to him by a Bavarian woman of high rank, probably his mistress. In 741, when his two brothers were declared mayors of the Franks, Grifo rebelled. He led a number of revolts in subsequent years and was several times imprisoned. In 753 he was killed amid the Alpine passes on his way to join the Lombards, at this time enemies of the Franks as well as of the papacy. Numerous other rebellions broke out. In 742 men of the Aquitaine and Alemannia were in revolt; in 743 Odilo, duke of Bavaria, led his men into battle; in 744 the Saxons rebelled, in 745 Aquitaine, and in 746 Alemannia, both the latter for the second time. In 747, when Carloman decided to enter monastic life at Rome, a step he had been considering for years, Pepin became sole ruler of the Franks. But Pepin was ambitious to govern his people as king, not merely as mayor. Like his father, he had courage and resolution; unlike his father, he had a strong desire to unite the papacy with the Frankish realm. In 750 he sent two envoys to Pope Zacharias with a letter asking: "Is it wise to have kings who hold no power of control?" The pope answered: "It is better to have a king able to govern. By apostolic authority I bid that you be crowned King of the Franks." Childeric III was deposed and sent to a monastery, and Pepin was anointed as king at Soissons in November 751 by Archbishop Boniface and other prelates. The pope was in need of aid. Aistulf, king of the Lombards, had seized Ravenna with its lands, known as the exarchate. Soon, Lombard troops marched south, surrounded Rome, and prepared to lay siege to its walls. So matters stood when in 752 Zacharias died and Stephen II became pope. In November 753 Pope Stephen made his way over the stormy mountain passes to Frankish territory. He remained in France until the summer of 754, staying at the abbey of Saint-Denis, Paris. There he himself anointed Pepin and his sons, Charles and Carloman, as king and heirs of the crown. The pope returned to Italy accompanied by Pepin and his army. A fierce battle was fought in the Alps against Aistulf and the Lombards. The Lombard king fled back to his capital, Pavia; Pepin and his men plundered the land around Pavia until Aistulf promised to restore to papal possession Ravenna and all the Roman properties claimed by the pope. Aistulf broke his word. Again and again Pope Stephen wrote to Pepin of his difficulties. In 756 the Frankish king once more entered Italy. Aistulf was once more constrained to make promises, but the same year he died--of a fall from his horse--and in April 757 a new king, Desiderius, became ruler of the Lombards. That year Stephen II also died, and Paul I was elected pope. He, too, constantly wrote to Pepin asking for help. But the King of the Franks had other concerns. He had to put down revolts in Saxony in 748 and 753 and a rising in Bavaria in 749. He was continually marching against rebellious Aquitaine. In 768 Pepin died at Saint-Denis, on his way back from one of his Aquitainian expeditions. Pepin is remembered not only as the first of the Carolingians but also as a strong supporter of the Roman Church. The papal claims to territory in Italy originated with Pepin's campaigns against Aistulf and the latter's pledge to return the Roman territories. His letters also show him calling for archbishoprics in Frankish territory, promoting synods of clergy and layfolk, and as deeply interested in theology. Source: "Pepin III" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 

Family

Bertha (say 716 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Elfrida

Female, #8364, (say 868 - 7 Jun 929)
Father*King Alfred the Great, of England (849 - 28 Oct 899)
Mother*Ealhswyth of the Gainai (s 850 - 5 Dec 905)
Name Variation She was also known as Æfthryth. 
Birth*say 868 Elfrida was born say 868. 
Marriage*after 893 She married King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders after 893.1 
Death of Father28 Oct 899 Her father King Alfred the Great, of England died on 28 Oct 899 at England.1 
Birth of Sonsay 900 Her son King Arnulf the Great was born say 900. 
Death of Mother5 Dec 905 Her mother Ealhswyth of the Gainai died on 5 Dec 905 at St. Mary's Abbey, Winchester, Dorsetshire, England.1 
Death*7 Jun 929 She died at Flanders on 7 Jun 929.1 
Burial*after 7 Jun 929 Her body was interred after 7 Jun 929 at St. Peter's Abbey, Ghent, Belgium.1 

Family

King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders (circa 863 - )
Marriage*after 893 She married King Baldwin the Bald, Count of Flanders after 893.1 
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Brian C. Tompsett, compiler, e-mail address, Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, 31 Jan 2004.
    http://www3.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/

Alice of Vermandois

Female, #8365, (say 902 - )
Father*Count Herbert II of Vermandois (s 872 - )
Mother*Adela (s 874 - )
Birth*say 902 Alice was born say 902. 
Marriage*say 922 She married King Arnulf the Great say 922. 

Family

King Arnulf the Great (say 900 - 27 Mar 965)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Saint Arnulf of Metz

Male, #8366, (say 580 - circa 18 Jul 640)
Birth*say 580 Arnulf was born at Nancy, France, say 580. 
Marriage* He married Doda
Birth of Sonsay 605 His son Ansegisel was born say 605. 
Death*circa 18 Jul 640 He died at Remiremont, France, circa 18 Jul 640. 
Biography* Arnulf OF METZ, SAINT, French SAINT ARNOUL DE METZ (b. c. 580, near Nancy [France]--d. July 18, 640?, Remiremont; feast day August 16 or 19), bishop of Metz and, with Pepin I, the earliest known ancestor of Charlemagne. A Frankish noble, Arnulf gave distinguished service at the Austrasian court under Theudebert II (595-612). In 613, however, with Pepin, he led the aristocratic opposition to Brunhild that led to her downfall and to the reunification of Frankish lands under Chlotar II. About the same year, he became bishop. From 623, again with Pepin, now mayor of the Austrasian palace, Arnulf was adviser to Dagobert I, before retiring (629?) to become a hermit. Arnulf's son Ansegisel married Pepin's daughter Begga; the son of this marriage, Pepin II, was Charlemagne's great-grandfather. Source: "Arnulf OF METZ, SAINT" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998].
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St. Arnulf d.c. 640 Feastday: July 18
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Bishop and member of the court of the Frankish king Theodebert II of
Austrasia, sometimes called Arnuiph or Arnulf of Metz. A noble, Arnulf
married Doda, and their son was Ansegisel. Ansegisel married Beggia, the daughter of Pepin of Landen, starting the Carolingian dynasty of France. Doda became a nun, and Arnulf made plans to enter a monastery but was named the bishop of Nletz around 616. He continued his court services, making Clotaire of Neustria the king of Austrasia. He also served as counselor to Dagobert, King Clotaire's son. In 626, Arnulf retired to a hermitage at Remiremont, France.

 

Family

Doda (say 580 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited1 Jan 2012

Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West

Male, #8367, (13 Jun 823 - 6 Oct 877)
Father*Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West (778 - 20 Jun 840)
Mother*Judith (s 780 - )
Birth*13 Jun 823 Charles was born on 13 Jun 823. 
Death of Father20 Jun 840 His father Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West died on 20 Jun 840 at Petersaue, Germany
Marriage*843 He married Ermentrude in 843. 
Death*6 Oct 877 He died on 6 Oct 877 at age 54. 
Biography* Charles II, byname CHARLES THE BALD, French CHARLES LE CHAUVE, German KARL DER KAHLE (b. June 13, 823--d. Oct. 6, 877, Brides-les-Bain, Fr.), king of France (i.e., Francis Occidentalis, the West Frankish kingdom) from 843 to 877 and Western emperor from 875 to 877. (He is reckoned as Charles II both of the Holy Roman Empire and of France.) Son of the emperor Louis I the Pious and his second wife, Judith, Charles was the unwitting cause of violent discord when, in 829, he was granted lands by his father; Louis's action precipitated a series of civil wars, lasting until 838, in which the three sons of his first marriage, Lothair I, Louis (the German), and Pepin, strove to maintain or to increase the rights that they had been guaranteed by the succession settlement of 817, the Ordinatio imperii. Pepin died in 838, but after the death of Louis I in 840 the civil war resumed and continued until Louis the German joined with Charles to force Lothair to accept the Treaty of Verdun in 843, by which Charles received all the lands west of a line roughly following the Scheldt, the Meuse, the Saône, the eastern mountains of the Massif Central, and the lower reaches of the Rhône, and Louis the German and Lothair received respectively the lands of the East Franks (Germany) and the middle kingdom, lying between the other two. Until 864 Charles's political situation was precarious because few vassals were loyal to him. His lands suffered from raids by Northmen, who left only after receiving bribes; he was defeated by the Bretons and, in 858, faced an invasion by Louis the German. Yet he succeeded in gaining control of Aquitaine after the capture of Pepin's son in 864; and, by the Treaty of Meersen (870) with Louis the German, he received western Lorraine. When Lothair's son, the emperor Louis II, died in 875, Charles went to Italy and was crowned emperor on December 25 by Pope John VIII. In 876, after the death of Louis the German, Charles invaded Louis's possessions but was defeated at Andernach by Louis's son, Louis the Younger. Charles's death in the next year occurred when another son of Louis the German, Carloman, was marching against him and when his own major vassals were in revolt. During Charles's reign some of the splendours of the Carolingian renaissance were revived, and his close collaboration with the church enhanced his prestige and authority. Source: "Charles II" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 

Family

Ermentrude (say 822 - )
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Ermentrude

Female, #8368, (say 822 - )
Birth*say 822 Ermentrude was born say 822. 
Marriage*843 She married Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West in 843. 

Family

Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West (13 Jun 823 - 6 Oct 877)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West

Male, #8369, (778 - 20 Jun 840)
Father*Charlemagne Emperor of The West (2 Apr 742 - 28 Jan 814)
Mother*Hildegard (758 - 30 Apr 783)
Birth*778 Louis was born at Chasseneuil, near Poitiers, Aquitaine, in 778. 
Death of Mother30 Apr 783 His mother Hildegard died on 30 Apr 783. 
Marriage*say 800 He married Judith say 800. 
Death of Father28 Jan 814 His father Charlemagne Emperor of The West died on 28 Jan 814. 
Birth of Son13 Jun 823 His son Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West was born on 13 Jun 823. 
Death*20 Jun 840 He died at Petersaue, Germany, on 20 Jun 840. 
Biography* Louis I, byname LOUIS THE PIOUS, or THE DEBONAIR, French LOUIS LE PIEUX, or LE DÉBONNAIRE, German LUDWIG DER FROMME (b. 778, Chasseneuil, near Poitiers, Aquitaine--d. June 20, 840, Petersaue, Ger.), son of the Frankish ruler Charlemagne; he was crowned as co-emperor in 813 and became emperor in 814 on his father's death. Twice deprived of his authority by his sons (Lothair, Pepin, Louis, and Charles), he recovered it each time (830 and 834), but at his death the Carolingian empire was in disarray. Louis was the fifth child of Charlemagne's second wife, Hildegard the Swabian. From 781 until 814 Louis ruled Aquitaine with some success, though largely through counsellors. When Charlemagne died at Aachen in 814 and was succeeded by Louis, by then his only surviving legitimate son, Louis was well experienced in warfare; he was 36, married to Irmengard of Hesbaye, and was the father of three young sons, Lothair, Pepin, and Louis (Louis the German); he had inherited vast lands, which seemed to be under reasonable control; there was no other claimant to the throne; and on Sept. 11, 813, shortly before his father's death, Louis had been crowned in Aachen as heir and co-emperor. Louis' first task was to carry out the terms of Charlemagne's will. According to the Frankish chronicler Einhard, Louis did this with great scrupulousness, although other contemporary sources tell a different story. Louis next began to allocate parts of the empire to the various members of his family, and here began the difficulties and disasters that were to beset him for the remainder of his life. In August 814 he made Lothair and Pepin nominal kings of Bavaria and Aquitaine. He also confirmed Bernard, the son of his dead brother Pepin, as king of Italy, which position Charlemagne had allowed him to inherit in 813. But when Bernard revolted in 817, Louis had him blinded, and he died as a result of it. Louis sent his sisters and half sisters to nunneries and later put his three illegitimate half brothers--Drogo, Hugo, and Theodoric--into monasteries. At the assembly of Aachen in July 817, he confirmed Pepin in the possession of Aquitaine and gave Bavaria to Louis the German; Lothair he made his co-emperor and heir. Charlemagne had been in his 70s and within a few months of death before naming his heir, and for Louis to give such premature expectations to a youth of 22 was to ask for trouble. Moreover, Louis did not anticipate that he would become father of another child: the empress Irmengard died in 818; and four months later Louis married Judith of Bavaria, who, in June 823, bore him a son, Charles (Charles the Bald), to whom the Emperor gave Alemannia in 829. Backed by his two brothers, Lothair rose in revolt and deposed his father. The assembly of Nijmegen in October 830, however, restored Louis to the throne; and, the following February, at the assembly of Aachen, in a second partition, Lothair was given Italy. In 832 Louis took Aquitaine away from Pepin and gave it to Charles. The three brothers revolted a second time, with the support of Pope Gregory IV, and at a meeting near Sigolsheim, in Alsace, once more deposed their father. In March 834 Louis was again restored to the throne and made peace with Pepin and with Louis the German. Later in 834, Lothair rose again, but alone, and had to retreat into Italy. Encouraged by his success, Louis made over more territories to his son Charles at the assemblies of Aachen and Nijmegen (837-838)--a move the three brothers accepted but with bad grace. In 839 Louis the German revolted but was driven back into Bavaria. Meanwhile, Pepin had died (December 838), and, at the assembly of Worms (May 30, 839), a fourth partition was made, the empire being divided between Lothair and Charles, with Bavaria left in the hands of Louis the German. Toward the end of 839 Louis the German marched his troops for the last time against his father, who once more drove him back. The Emperor called an assembly at Worms on July 1, 840. Before it could meet, however, Louis the Pious died at Petersaue, an island in the Rhine near Ingelheim. He was 62 and had ruled for nearly 27 years. He was buried in the Church of St. Arnulf in Metz by Bishop Drogo, his half brother. The empire he had inherited in peace, Louis left in disarray. He had engaged in no serious external conflict, although the Danes and others had continued to make inroads into the empire. From 829 his four sons had been a constant source of disruption; the quarrels among Lothair, Louis the German, and Charles the Bald were to continue for decades after his death. In many ways Louis seems to have been an estimable person. He was presumably given the epithet the Pious because of his devoutness, his liberality to the church, his interest in ecclesiastical affairs, and the good education he had received. Contemporary historians vary little in their judgment: the Astronomer of Limousin stresses his continued courage in the face of adversity; Thegan, bishop of Trier, gives a long and admiring description of his person, his talents, his Christian charity, his devoutness, and his skill as a hunter; and the poem of Ermoldus Nigellus is full of adulation. Like his father, Charlemagne, Louis the Pious is depicted in several of the chansons de geste of the 12th century, notably the Chanson de Guillaume, the Couronnement de Louis, and the Charroi de Nîmes: he appears as a kindly ruler but a weak and vacillating one. Source: "Louis I" Britannica Online. [Accessed 10 February 1998]. 

Family

Judith (say 780 - )
Marriage*say 800 He married Judith say 800. 
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Charlemagne, 'Emperor of the West': Descendent Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011

Judith

Female, #8370, (say 780 - )
Birth*say 780 Judith was born say 780. 
Marriage*say 800 She married Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West say 800. 
Birth of Son13 Jun 823 Her son Charles the Bald, Emperor of the West was born on 13 Jun 823. 

Family

Louis the Pious, Emperor of the West (778 - 20 Jun 840)
Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
Last Edited8 Feb 2011