Individual Page


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Louis IV of France: Birth: 10 SEP 921 in Laon,Aisne,France. Death: 10 SEP 954 in St. Remy Abbey,Reims,Marne,France


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Baldwin I, Count of Flanders: Birth: Abt 837 in Flanders,Nord,France. Death: 879 in Auxerre,France


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Alpa is France: Birth: Abt 905.


Notes
a. Note:   I wish I was sure of every name in this file & that I didnt need to know what you think :) hey, but always refining this, So if you spot a place where Im just flat wrong please tell me or someone I didnt go on out with, I do this file out of fun and wanting to know, but do not respond to the 'know it alls' , that dont have manners.I dont consider them Kin! Thanks and Happy Hunting! EVEN TYPE Acceded DATE 893deposed 923
  NPFX King GIVN Charles III of SURN FRANCE NSFX * aka Charles le Sim'ple born 879, son of Louis II. Charles was King, in opposition to Eudes (893-929); and reigned as sole King of France (898-923) Ceded Normandy to Rollo The Viking in 911. Became King of Lorraine, but was driven out by Robert, Count of Paris in 922. Charleswas captured and imprisoned in 923. Died in 929. Part of the Capetianline.
  OCCU King of France 893-922... SOUR Encyclopedia, p. 157; 1CHARL.TXT(CS); al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130; SOUR Encyclopedia,p.157; Anglo-Saxon England, Frank Stenton, p.345; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart,p.130; al7fl.abts.net/green-page/greenged.html ; SOUR Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130; SOUR 1CHARL.TXT (Compuserve); COMYNI.GED (CS); Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, pp130, 192; Charles the Simple,ruled 893-923, was son of Louis II and joint king with Eudes, count of Paris, until 898. He ceded (911) part of Normandy to the Norse leader Rollo and was defeated and imprisoned (923) by nobles who made Raoul of Burgundy king. - Encyclopedia, p. 157; Caroling - COMYNI.GED;King of West Franks, 893 - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 130; misc.travelle r.com/genealogy/gedhtml/kmilburn says mother was Adelheide de Saxony - NPH CHARLES III, son of LOUIS II and ADELAIDE DE PARIS: http://members.aol.com/sargen2/g0000040.htm#I2248 says parents are LOUIS II and Ansgarde (daugher of Begon Conrad and Alpaide) - NPH
  He was posthumous, and his father died 6 Oct. 877, so he had to have been born in 878. As a captive of Raoul, son of the Duke of Burgundy, who had had himself crowned as King of France in 922. Known as "Charles the Simple".
  TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 TITL tree1.ged REPO CALN MEDI Other DATA TEXT Date of Import: Oct 20, 1999 EVEN TYPE Title (Facts Pg) PLAC Roi de France - the SimpleCharles III (of France) (879-929), king of France (898-922). Called Charles the Simple, he was the posthumous son of King Louis II. Charles claimed the throne after 893, during the reign of Odo, or Eudes, count of Paris, but was not acknowledged king until 898. His reign was plagued by raids of Scandinavian Vikings, to whom he finally ceded (911) much of what later was called Normandy. Charles was deposed in 922 by his chief vassals and imprisoned in Pronne from 923 until his death. Source: "Charles III (of France)," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ---------- Some genealogies report Charles III as being the son of Louis II and Adelheid of Paris. ---------- Byname CHARLES THE SIMPLE, French CHARLES LE SIMPLE, king of France (893-922), whose authority came to be accepted by Lorraine and who settled the Northmen in Normandy but who became the first Carolingian ruler of the western kingdom to lose his crown. The posthumous son of Louis II the Stammerer, Charles was too young to assume the throne on the death of his half-brother, Carloman, in 884 or that of his cousin, Charles the Fat, in 888. On Jan. 28, 893, however, he was crowned king by Fulk, archbishop of Reims; and, although he renounced his rights after civil war in 897, the death of King Eudes in the following year brought him general recognition as king. Charles was strongly under the influence of Robert, brother of the dead Eudes. It was Robert's victory against the Northmen at Chartres in 911 which paved the way for the Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte later that year, by which Charles ceded territory, in the area later known as Normandy, to the Viking leader Rollo and his men; in return, Rollo became a Christian and Charles's vassal. The Normans who had such an impact on Europe in the 11th and 12th centuries were the final product of this settlement. In 911 also, the magnates of Lorraine (Lotharingia) accepted the authority of Charles on the death of the last Carolingian king of the East Franks, Louis the Child. Charles's preoccupation with Lotharingian affairs and councillors alienated the nobles of Neustria, however, and in 922 they elected Robert king. Charles killed Robert in battle in 923 but was soon taken prisoner by Herbert, count of Vermandois, who used him for his own gain against Rudolf, Robert's son-in-law and the new king. Source: www.eb.com
  TITL pennington.FTW REPO CALN MEDI Other PAGE Tree #1222 DATA TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1997 TITL pennington.FTW REPO CALN MEDI Other PAGE Tree #1222 DATA TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1997 TITL pennington.FTW REPO CALN MEDI Other PAGE Tree #1222 DATA TEXT Date of Import: Aug 19, 1997
  DATE 3 MAY 2000


RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.