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Richard II "The Good" de Normandy
(Abt 996-1027)
Judith de Bretagne
(Abt 982-1017)
Fulbert de Falaise
(Abt 978-)
Robert I "le Magnifique" Duc de Normandy
(Abt 999-1035)
Herlève de Falaise
(Abt 1003-Abt 1050)

William I "The Conqueror" de Normandy King Of England
(1027-1087)

 

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Matilda de Flandres et de Falaise

William I "The Conqueror" de Normandy King Of England

  • Born: 1027-1028, Falaise, Normandy, France 160,197,528
  • Baptized: 1027, Falaise, Normandy, France 197
  • Marriage: Matilda de Flandres et de Falaise about 1053 in Castle Of Angi, Normandy, France 160,529
  • Died: 9 Sep 1087, Seige Of Nantes, France at age 59 160,197,528

bullet   Another name for William was William the Conquerqueror.

bullet  General Notes:


~Emperor Charlemagnes Descendents, vol. II, pg. 186

~ Weis's Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 98A:23, 121:24, 130:24, 132A:25, 137:23, 139:23, 148:22, 162:23, William I, the Conqueror, son of Robert I, Duke of Normany and his mistress Herleve of Falaise (the daughter of Fulbert of Falais, a tanner), died in Rouen 9 Sep 1087. William married in 1053, Maud or Matilda of Flanders, born in 1032 and died 3 Nov 1083. Maud was the daughter of Baldwin V, count of Flanders and his wife Adele of France. William and Maud were the parents of Henry I, "Beauclerc," King of England. Judith of Lens was niece of William the Conqueror. Judith's mother, sister of the Conqueror, was Adele of Normandy and her father was Enguerrand II, comtéde Ponthieu. William's alleged half-sister was Emma who had a child, Margaret with Richard le Goz. William had daughter, Adela of Normandy who married Stephen Blois.
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bullet  Information about this person:

• Web Reference: The House of Normandy - William 'the Conqueror' .

• Web Reference: William the Conqueror by Jacob Abbott.

• Web Reference: William the Conqueror Page by Robert Sewell.

• Web Reference: From Stewart Baldwin's Henry Project Guillaume "le Conquérant.

• Web Reference: The Youth of William the Conqueror. & William After the Conquest

• Web Reference: The Conquer and his Companions.


William married Matilda de Flandres et de Falaise, daughter of Baudouin V comté de Flandres and Adèle Capet Princess des Francs, about 1053 in Castle Of Angi, Normandy, France. 160,529 (Matilda de Flandres et de Falaise was born about 1032 in Flanders,529 died on 2 Nov 1083 in Caen, Calvados, France 529 and was buried in Eglise DE La Sainte Trinitae, Caen, Normandy.)


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