King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France)1

M, #1171036, b. 10 September 921, d. 10 September 954
Father*King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France)1 b. 17 Sep 879, d. 7 Oct 929
Mother*Edgiva (?)1 b. c 904, d. a 951
Relationship1st cousin 32 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceGXQQ-JG
     King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) was born on 10 September 921 in Laon, Champagne.1 He was the son of King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) and Edgiva (?).1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) married Queen Gerberge (of France), daughter of King Henry I (the Fowler) (of Germany) and Countess Matilda (of Ringelheim), on 25 April 954.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) died on 10 September 954 at Abbaye De St. Rbemy, Reims, Champagne, at age 33.1 He was buried at Abbaye De St. Rbemy, Reims, Champagne.1
     Louis IV 'Transmarinus''s father King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) died on 7 October 929 in Pberonne, Austrasia.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Princess Alberade (of France) circa 930.1,2 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) was titled King of France in 936.3 He became King (of France) in 936.3 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of King Lothaire (of France) in 941.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Princess Mathilde (of France) circa 943.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Princess Hildegarde (of France) circa 944.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Prince Carloman (of France) circa 945.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Prince Louis (of France) circa 948.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Prince Charles (of France) before 953.1 King Louis IV 'Transmarinus' (of France) became the father of Prince Henri (of France) circa 953.1 Louis IV 'Transmarinus''s son Prince Louis (of France) died on 10 September 954 in Laon, Champagne.1

Family

Queen Gerberge (of France) b. 913 or 914, d. 5 May 984
Children
Last Edited25 Apr 2004

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. [S7] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Fourth Edition, The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philippa (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc, 2002). Repository: Richard Smith Damon Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in. Hereinafter cited as Royalty for Commoners, 4th Edition.
  3. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, charlemagne.html.

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
     King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) was born on 17 September 879 in France.1 He 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.1,2 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) was titled King of France from 896 to 923.3 He became King (of France) in 896.4 Charles III 'The Simple''s mother Queen Adbelahide (of France) died circa 18 October 900.1 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
Last Edited5 Jul 2014

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. [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.
  3. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, charlemagne.html.
  4. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/.

King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France)1

M, #1171038, b. 1 November 843, d. 10 April 879
Father*King Charles II "the Bald" (?)1 b. 13 Jun 823, d. 6 Oct 877
Mother*Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans)1 b. 27 Sep 830, d. 6 Oct 869
Relationship32nd great-granduncle of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9G61-XT
     King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) was born on 1 November 843 in France.1 He was the son of King Charles II "the Bald" (?) and Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans).1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) married Princess Ansgarde (of Burgundy) in 862 in France.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) and Princess Ansgarde (of Burgundy) were divorced. King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) married Queen Adbelahide (of France) in 875.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) died on 10 April 879 in Compiaegne, Neustria, at age 35.1
     He became the father of Princess Adbelahide (of France) circa 856.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) became the father of King Louis III (of France) circa 863.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) became the father of Princess Gisaele (of France) circa 864.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) became the father of King Carloman (of France) circa 866.1 Louis II 'The Stammerer''s mother Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans) died on 6 October 869.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) became the father of Princess Ermentrude (of France) circa 875.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) was titled King of France in 877.2 He became King (of France) in 877.3 Louis II 'The Stammerer''s father King Charles II "the Bald" (?) died on 6 October 877 in Brides Les Bains, Bourgogne.1 King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) became the father of King Charles III 'The Simple' (of France) on 17 September 879.1

Family 1

Princess Ansgarde (of Burgundy) b. circa 844, d. after 2 November 879
Children

Family 2

Queen Adbelahide (of France) b. 855 or 860?, d. circa 18 October 900
Children
Last Edited4 Oct 2004

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. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/.

King Charles II "the Bald" (?)1

M, #1171039, b. 13 June 823, d. 6 October 877
Father*Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire)2 b. Aug 778, d. 20 Jun 840
Mother*Princess Judith (of Bavaria)2 b. c 800, d. 19 Apr 843
Relationship33rd great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon
ReferenceRFC171-39
     King Charles II "the Bald" (?) was born on 13 June 823 in Frankfurt, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia.2 He was the son of Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) and Princess Judith (of Bavaria).2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) married Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans), daughter of Count Eudes (of Orleans) and Countess Ingeltrude (of Orleans), on 13 December 842 in Crecy, France.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) married Countess Richilde (of Metz (Ardennes)) on 22 January 870 in Aix La Chapelle, France.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) died on 6 October 877 in Brides Les Bains, Bourgogne, at age 54.2 He was buried in St Denis, France.2
     He was titled King of Italy (Charles).1 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) was also known as Emperor Charles II 'The Bald' (of the Holy Roman Empire).2 He was titled King of France (Charles). Charles II "the Bald"'s father Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) died on 20 June 840 Near Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) was titled King of Neustria in 843.3 He became King of Neustria in 843.4 Charles II "the Bald"'s mother Princess Judith (of Bavaria) died on 19 April 843 in Tours, Neustria.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) on 1 November 843.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Queen Judith in 844.2,1 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Carloman (of France) circa 845.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Lothaire (of France) circa 847.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of King Charles (of Aquitaine) in 847.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Princess Rotrude (of France) in 850.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Princess Ermentrud (of France) circa 854.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Princess Hildegarde (of France) circa 856.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Princess Gisaele (of France) circa 858.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s son was married at wedding of King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) and Princess Ansgarde (of Burgundy) in 862 in France.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s son Prince Lothaire (of France) died in 865.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s son King Charles (of Aquitaine) died on 29 September 865 in Buzanpcais, France.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became a widower with the death of his wife, Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans) on 6 October 869 at age 39.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Princess Rothilde (of France) circa 871.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Pbepin (of France) circa 872.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Dreux (Drogo) (of France) circa 873.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s daughter Princess Gisaele (of France) died on 1 July 874.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became King of Italy in 875.5 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became King (of France). Charles II "the Bald"'s son was married at wedding of King Louis II 'The Stammerer' (of France) and Queen Adbelahide (of France) in 875.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Louis (of France) on 23 March 875.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s son Prince Louis (of France) died on 23 March 875.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) was titled Emperor of the West (Charles II) on 25 December 875.5 He became Emperor of the West on 25 December 875.5 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became Holy Roman Emperor in 875 replacing Emperor Louis II (of the Holy Roman Empire).3 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) was titled Holy Roman Emperor (Charles II) from 875 to 877.3 Charles II "the Bald"'s son Prince Carloman (of France) died in 876 in Epternac, France.2 King Charles II "the Bald" (?) became the father of Prince Charles (of France) on 10 October 876.2 Charles II "the Bald"'s son Prince Charles (of France) died in 877.2

Family 1

Countess Ermentrude (Irmtrud) (of Orleans) b. 27 September 830, d. 6 October 869
Children

Family 2

Countess Richilde (of Metz (Ardennes)) b. circa 850, d. between 910 and 914
Children
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Last Edited4 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. [S31] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Third Edition (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1998). Repository: Winchester Library Winchester, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in. Hereinafter cited as RFC **** Check RFC4 ****.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  3. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, charlemagne.html.
  4. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/.
  5. [S7] Roderick W. Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Fourth Edition, The Complete Known Lineage of John of Gaunt, Son of Edward III, King of England, and Queen Philippa (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc, 2002). Repository: Richard Smith Damon Arlington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in. Hereinafter cited as Royalty for Commoners, 4th Edition.

Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire)1

M, #1171040, b. August 778, d. 20 June 840
Father*Emperor Charlemagne (of the Holy Roman Empire)1 b. 2 Apr 742, d. 28 Jan 814
Mother*Hildegard Empress (of the Holy Roman Empire)1 b. c 757, d. 30 Apr 783
Relationship34th great-grandfather of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9GCD-78
     Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) was born in August 778 in Casseneuil, France.1 He was the son of Emperor Charlemagne (of the Holy Roman Empire) and Hildegard Empress (of the Holy Roman Empire).1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) married Princess Ermengarde (Irmengarde) (of Hesbaye) in 798 in France.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) married Princess Judith (of Bavaria), daughter of Duke Guelph I (Welf I) (of Bavaria) and Hedwig Duchess (of Bavaria), in February 819 in Aix La Chapelle, Austrasia.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) died on 20 June 840 Near Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse, at age 61.1 He was buried at Cathbedrale D'aachen, Aachen, Rheinland, Prussia.1
     Louis I 'The Pious''s mother Hildegard Empress (of the Holy Roman Empire) died on 30 April 783 in Thionville, Austrasia.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) was titled King of Aquitaine.2 He became King of Aquitaine.3 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of Emperor Lothaire I (of the Holy Roman Empire) in 795.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of Princess Hildegarde (of the Holy Roman Empire) circa 801.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of King Pbepin I (of Aquitaine) circa 803.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of King Ludwig II (Louis) 'The German' (of the Germans) circa 806.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of Princess Alpaide (Alpais) (of the Holy Roman Empire) circa 808.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of Princess Rotrude (of the Holy Roman Empire) circa 810.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) was titled Holy Roman Emperor (Louis I) in 814.2 He became Holy Roman Emperor in 814 replacing Emperor Charlemagne (of the Holy Roman Empire).2 Louis I 'The Pious''s father Emperor Charlemagne (of the Holy Roman Empire) died on 28 January 814 in Aix La Chapelle, Austrasia.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became a widower with the death of his wife, Princess Ermengarde (Irmengarde) (of Hesbaye) on 3 October 818 in Angers, Maine Et Loire, France.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of Princess Gisela (of the Holy Roman Empire) circa 820.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) became the father of King Charles II "the Bald" (?) on 13 June 823.1 Emperor Louis I 'The Pious' (of the Holy Roman Empire) was replaced as Holy Roman Emperor by Emperor Lothaire I (of the Holy Roman Empire) in 840.2

Family 2

Princess Judith (of Bavaria) b. circa 800, d. 19 April 843
Children
ChartsPedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Pedigree of Robert Damon (Limited)
Indented Pedigree of Robert Damon (Big)
Last Edited25 Apr 2004

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. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/.