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AD 800?-1152

Boulogne

For younger generations of ancestors who are descended from this family:
see page on Luxembourg
see page on Cuijk
see page on Blois

Child of
Unknown
and Unknown

(See 41, 40, 39, 38, 37 generations back)

Ragnhard, Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,0000000037 %)
* 800? x Unknown + ?

Child of
Ragnhard, Count of Boulogne (800?-?)
and Unknown

(See 40, 39, 38, 37, 36 generations back)

Hernequin, Count of Boulogne
(12 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,0000000074 %)
* 825? x Berthe of Ponthieu (850?) + 882?

Child of
Hernequin, Count of Boulogne (825?-882?)
and Berthe of Ponthieu (827?-?)

(See 39, 38, 37, 36, 35 generations back)

Odakar V "The Great", Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,000000015 %)
* 885? x Unknown + 914?

Child of
Odakar V "The Great", Count of Boulogne (885?-914?)
and Unknown

(See 38, 37, 36, 35, 34 generations back)

Inglebert I, Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,000000030 %)
* 885? x Unknown + 941?

Child of
Inglebert I, Count of Boulogne (885?-941?)
and Unknown

(See 37, 36, 35, 34, 33 generations back)

Odakar VI "The Great", Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,000000059 %)
* 910? x I. Unknown II. Unknown + 954?
Odakar had two sons, Arnoul II from his unknown first wife, see below, and Baudouin I, Count of Boulogne, by his unknown second wife.

Child of
Odakar VI "The Great", Count of Boulogne (?-?)
and Unknown

(See 36, 35, 34, 33, 32 generations back)

Arnoul II, Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000012 %)
* 930? x Unknown + 972?

Child of
Arnoul II, Count of Boulogne (930?-972?)
and Unknown

(See 35, 34, 33, 32, 31 generations back)

Guy I "White Beard", Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000024 %)
* 950? x Adéline + 987

Children of
Guy I "White Beard", Count of Boulogne (950?-987)
and Adéline (952?-?)

(See 34, 33, 32, 31, 30 generations back)

Hugues III, Count of Boulogne
* ? + ?

Baudouin II, Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000048 %)
* 976? x Aleida of Holland (of Westfriesland, of Ghent) + 1032?

Children of
Baudouin II, Count of Boulogne (976?-1032
and Aleida of Holland (of Westfriesland, of Ghent) (980?-?)

(See 33, 32, 31, 30, 29 generations back)

Eustache I, Count of Boulogne
(22 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000095 %)
* 995? x Mathilde of Leuven + 1049

Children of
Eustache I, Count of Boulogne (995-1049?)
and Mathilde of Leuven (?-?)

(See 32, 31, 30, 29, 28 generations back)

Lambert I, Count of Boulogne
* 1025? x Alice of Normandy (1053?) + 1054

Gerberga of Boulogne
(15 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000062 %)
* ? x Frédéric II, Count of Luxembourg + after 1059
For her descendants see the page on the Counts of Luxembourg

Eustache II, Count of Boulogne
(7 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,0000013 %)
* 1024? x I. Ida of Lorraine (of Bouillon) II. Gode of England + 1080?
Count Eustache fought together with Duke William I "The Conqueror" of Normandy at the battle of Hastings in 1066.

Children of
Eustache II, Count of Boulogne (1024?-1080?)
and Ida of Lorraine (of Bouillon) (1030?-1113)

(See 31, 30, 29, 28, 27 generations back)

Eustache III, Count of Boulogne
(3 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,0000017 %)
* 1058 x Mary of Scotland (1102) + 1125

Ida of Boulogne
(4 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,00000088 %)
* 1050? x Herman I van Kuijc van Malsen (1070?) + 1106?
For her descendants see the page on Cuijk

Godefroid I (IV) of Boulogne (of Bouillon), "King of Jerusalem", "Advocate of the Holy Sepulchre", Duke of Lower-Lorraine
* before 1061 (Baizy) x Beatrice de Mandeville (before 1086) + 18-7-1100 (Jerusalem)
Godefroid had been appointed heir by his uncle Duke Godefroid III "The Hunchback", Duke of Lower-Lorraine, but after Duke Godefroid's murder in 1076 he inherited only Bouillon, Verdun, and Antwerp. His succession as Duke was disputed by his cousin Albert III, Count of Namur, but at first neither contender won, because he German King Heinrich IV appointed his own two year-old son Conrad as the new Duke, clearly demonstrating that Lower-Lorraine had lost its significance as a political entity. Eleven years later, in 1087, Godefroid finally did become Duke of Lower-Lorraine, after Conrad had been appointed King of Germany by his father, who had himself been crowned as Emperor in 1084. Godefroid of Bouillon was a leader in the First Crusade and was the first to enter Jerusalem when the city was conquered on 15-7-1099. Godefroid was elected King of Jerusalem, but he preferred the title of "Advocate of the Holy Sepulchre". He died of the plague a year later.

Child of
Eustache III, Count of Boulogne (1058-1125)
and Mary of Scotland (1080-1116)

(See 28, 26 generations back)

Mathilde of Boulogne
(3 times our ancestor, blood-relationship 0,0000034 %)
* 1105 x Stephen, Count of Blois, King of England (before 1125) + 3-5-1152 (Hedringham Castle, Essex, England)
Mathilde was heiress to the County of Boulogne. For her descendants see the page on the Counts of Blois.

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