Viljâlmr de Normandy

893 AD - December 17, 942 AD

Biography

Duke of Normandy (927 - 942) as William I Longsword

Family Tree


Ragnvald = ? Poppa = Hrolf 830? - 890? | ? - ? | circa 860 AD - circa 932 AD | see above | see above | | Hrolf = Poppa circa 860 AD - circa 932 AD | ? - ? Duke of Normandy | _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________|____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | Viljâlmr = Sprota = Leugarde de Vermandois Geirlaug Ad�le = Guillaume Ramnulfide 893 AD - December 17, 942 AD | 911 AD - After 942 AD Before 925 AD - After 978 AD Before 912 AD - October 14, 962 AD | circa 915 AD - April 3, 963 AD Duke of Normandy | | Count of Poitiers | _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________|_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ | | | Richard = Emma of Paris = Gunnor Ad�la�de = Hugues Capet Guillaume = Emma de Blois August 28, 933 AD - November 20, 996 AD Before 960 AD - After 966 AD | circa 936 AD - January 8, 1031 AD 945 AD or 952 - 1004 AD | circa 940 AD - October 24, 996 AD circa 935 AD - February 3, 994 AD | circa 953 AD - After 1004 AD Duke of Normandy | | King of France Count of Poitiers | Countess of Poitiers ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________|______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________|________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________|_________________________________________________________________________________ | | | | | | | | | | | | | Mauger Robert Danus Mathilde = Eudes de Blois Havoise RichardPapie = Judith de Bretagne Robert = ? Emma = Ethelred Wessex = Knud of Denmark Robert = Rozala Suzanne d'Ivrea = Berthe de Bourgogne = Constance d'Arles Avoise = Régnier de Hainaut Gisle = Hugues de Ponthieu Adlade = Renaud de Nevers Guillaume = Adalmode de Limoges = Sancha (Prisca) de Gascony = Agnes d'Ivrea Ebles ? - After 1033 AD ?*as late as 989 - Between 985 AD and 989 ? - 1004 AD circa 983 AD - November 15, 1037 AD 977 AD - February 22, 1034 AD August 23, 963 AD - August 28, 1027 AD | Before 1017 AD - ? | 982 AD - 1017 AD Before 989 AD - March 16, 1037 AD | circa 976 AD*or 985 - March 6, 1052 AD | circa 968 AD - April 23, 1016 AD | circa 995 AD - November 12, 1035 AD March 27, 972 AD*in Orléans*at the château de Melun - July 20, 1031 AD circa 937 AD - February 3, 1003 AD circa 964 AD - January 16, 1010 AD | circa 986 AD*in Melun - July 25, 1032 AD circa 970 AD - After 1013 AD After 947 AD - 1013 AD circa 970 AD - circa 1002 AD circa 970 AD - circa 1000 AD circa 973 AD*Some sources say 972 - circa 1024 AD circa 1000 AD - May 29, 1040 AD circa 969 AD*at Maillezais - January 31, 1030 AD | Before 990 AD - Between 1004 AD and 1011 | Before 1011 AD - Before 1018 AD | Between 990 AD and 995 - November 10, 1068 AD ? - After 997 AD Count of Blois Duke of Normandy | | Archbishop of Rouen | | King of England | King of England King of France | Count of Poitiers | | |

Sources

Encyclopaedia Britannica: A New Survey of Universal Knowledge, 1942
Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, 2005