King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France)1

M, #1171037, b. 17 September 879, d. 7 October 929
Father*King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France)1 b. 1 Nov 843, d. 10 Apr 879
Mother*Queen Adbelahide (of France)1 b. 855 or 860?, d. c 18 Oct 900
Relationship1st cousin 33 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9GCX-WW

Names and TItles

Titled: King of France (Charles III) from 896 to 923.2
     King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) was born on 17 September 879 in France to, son of King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) and Queen Adbelahide (of France).1 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) was the son of King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) and Queen Adbelahide (of France).1 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) married third Edgiva (?), daughter of King Edward I 'The Elder' (of England) and Elfleda (?), circa 905 in England.1,3 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) died on 7 October 929 in Pberonne, Austrasia, at age 50.1 He was buried in St Fursi, Pberonne, Austrasia.1
     Charles III 'The Simple''s father King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) died on 10 April 879 in Compiaegne, Neustria.1 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) became the father of Gisaele Duchess (of Normandy) circa 895.1 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) became King of France in 896.4 Charles III 'The Simple''s mother Queen Adbelahide (of France) died circa 18 October 900.1 Charles III 'The Simple''s daughter Gisaele Duchess (of Normandy) died in 920.1 King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) became the father of King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) on 10 September 921.1

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Edgiva (?) b. circa 904, d. after 951
Child
ChartsEnglish Royalty
English Royalty (Indented)
Last Edited24 Apr 2018

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, charlemagne.html.
  3. [S206] Kings of Wessex and England 802-1066, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/wessex.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Kings of Wessex and England.
  4. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/.