Ermangarde de d’Anjou
- Born: Abt 952, Anjou
- Marriage: Conan "le Tort" Duc de Bretagne Comte de Rennes in 973 in Rennes, Bretagne 160,529,851
- Died: Anjou
~Weis's Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 119A:21, 214:21, Ermengarde de Anjou married Conan I, Duke of Brittany, Count of Rennes, son of Juicael Berenger. they were the parents of Judith, married to Richard of Normandy and Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany, married to the illegitimate daughter of Richard I of Normandy. 160
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• Web Reference: Ermengarde of Anjou.
Ermengarde-Gerberga was the daughter of Geoffrey I, Count of Anjou and Adele of Meaux. She married Conan I of Rennes, Count of Rennes, in 973. Her husband Conan of Rennes opposed her father and brother Fulk even though the marriage was apparently designed to form a political alliance between Anjou and Brittany. Even after Conan had been killed by Fulk at the battle of Battle of Conquereuil in 992, and during the period 992-994 when Ermengarde was Regent for their son Geoffrey, she remained loyal to her brother Fulk III, Count of Anjou. Her brother Fulk III arranged his widowed sister to marry, secondly, William II of Angoulême, one of his close allies.
Ermangarde married Conan "le Tort" Duc de Bretagne Comte de Rennes, son of Judicaël comté de Rennes comté de Rennes and Unknown, in 973 in Rennes, Bretagne, 160,529,851 (Conan "le Tort" Duc de Bretagne Comte de Rennes was born in 927 in Bretagne, France and died on 27 Jun 992 in Conquereil. France 160,851.)