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  1. Alvais Of France: Birth: Abt 1003. Death: 5 Jun After 1063

  2. Hugh Capet: Birth: 1007. Death: 17 Sep 1026

  3. Henri Capet: Birth: 4 May 1008 in Reims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, France. Death: 4 Aug 1060 in Vitry-Aux-Loges, Loiret, Orleanais/Centre, France

  4. Adelaide Havoise Capet: Birth: 1009 in F�ecamp, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France. Death: 8 Jan 1079 in Monastaere DE L'ordre DE St Benoist, Messinesmonastre, France

  5. Adela (Alix) Capet: Birth: Abt 1009 in France. Death: 8 Jan 1079 in Monastere DE L'ordre DE St. Benoist, Messines, France

  6. Robert I Of Burgundy: Birth: Abt 1011 in Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France. Death: 21 Mar 1076 in Fleurey-Sur-Ouche

  7. Robert Capet: Birth: 1011 in Burgundy, France. Death: 21 Mar 1076 in Fleurey-Sur-Ouche, C�ote D'or, France

  8. Eudo Of France: Birth: 1013. Death: 1056

  9. Constance Capet: Birth: 1014.


Sources
1. Title:   Wikipedia
2. Title:   RCKarnes
3. Title:   Royalty for Commoners
Author:   Stuart, Roderick W.
Publication:   Name: Genealogical Publishing Co.;
4. Title:   Guy Allen Sims
Page:   25 APR 2001
5. Title:   Harry Owen Martin
6. Title:   Hardin Clay Roots
Author:   Norvan L. Johnson

Notes
a. Note:   [RCKarnes.ged] She was the daughter of Guillaume III Taillefer and Arsinde De Anjou Constance Taillefer d'Arles Daughter of a certain Count William, an intriguing and ambitious woman, who made life miserable for her husband. She was the third wife and queen of King Robert II of France. She was the daughter of Count Guilhem II of Provence and Adelais of Anjou, and the sister of Count Guilhem III of Provence. In 1003 she was married to King Robert, after his divorce from his second wife. The marriage was stormy; the family of Robert's second queen, Bertha, opposed her, and Constance was despised for importing her Proven�cal kinfolk. Robert's friend, Hugh of Beauvais, tried to convince the king to repudiate her in 1007. Constance's response was to have Beauvais murdered by the knights of her kinsman, Fulk Nerra. In 1010 Robert even went to Rome, accompanied by his former wife Bertha, to seek permission to divorce Constance and remarry Bertha. Constance encouraged her sons to revolt against their father, and then favored her younger son, Robert, over her elder son, Henri. During the famous trial of Herefast De Crepon (who was alleged to be involved with the Cathars) in 1022, the crowd outside the church in Orleans became so unruly that, according to Moore: "At the king's command, Queen Constance stood before the doors of the Church, to prevent the common people from killing them inside the Church, and they were expelled from the bosom of the Church. As they were being driven out, the queen struck out the eye of Stephen, who had once been her confessor, with the staff which she carried in her hand." The symbolism, or reality, of putting an eye out is used often in medieval accounts to show the ultimate sin of breaking of one's oath, whether it be heresy, or treason to ones lordship, or in this case both. Stephen's eye was put out by the hand of a Queen wielding a staff (royal scepters were usually tipped with a cross) thus symbolically providing justice for the treasoned lord on earth and in heaven. At Constance's urging, her eldest son Hugh Magnus was crowned co-king alongside his father in 1017. Hugh Magnus demanded his parents share power with him, and rebelled against his father in 1025. He died suddenly later that year, an exile and a fugitive. Robert and Constance quarelled over which of their surviving sons should inherit the throne; Robert favored their second son Henri, while Constance favored their third son, Robert. Despite his mother's protests, Henry was crowned in 1027. Fulbert, Bishop of Chartres, wrote a letter claiming that he was "frightened away" from the consecration of Henry "by the savagery of his mother, who is quite trustworthy when she promises evil." Constance encouraged her sons to rebel, and Henri and Robert began attacking and pillaging the towns and castles belonging to their father. Robert attacked Burgundy, the duchy he had been promised but had never received, and Henry seized Dreux. At last King Robert agreed to their demands and peace was made which lasted until the king's death. King Robert died in 1031, and soon Constance was at odds with both her elder son, Henri, and her younger son Robert. Constance seized her dower lands and refused to surrender them. Henri fled to Normandy, where he received aid, weapons, and soldiers from his brother Robert. He returned to besiege his mother at Poissy, but Constance escaped to Pontoise. She only surrendered when Henri began the siege of Puiset and swore to slaughter all the inhabitants. Constance died in 1034, and was buried beside her husband Robert at Saint-Denis Basilica. (Wikipedia ) ... [Hardin Clay Roots.ged] Toulouse, France Meulan, France ...x RESEARCH NOTES: variously styled of Aries and of Toulouse [Ref: Weis AR7 #101] For Constantia, I have already treated of her family in Nos Ancetres de l'Antiquite. To sum up : The name Constantia does not appear in comital aristocracy before this woman, a countess of Arles, in Provence. It is so very suggestive that at the time of her birth, the chief of the regnant family in Provence was named Charles Constantine. Moreover, the granddaughter of this Constantia, the queen Constantia, have attested relationship with kindred of Charles Constantine. The conclusion that Constantia was the daughter (or sister) of Constantine was made independently by M. Chaume, J. Berge and J.-P. Poly. Charles Constantine is the son of an emperor, and was named after the first occidental (frankish) emperor, Charlemagne, and the first oriental (Byzantine) emperor, Constantine the Great. He claimed evidently descent from both frankish and byzantine imperial ancestry. Precisely, we know that sometime before 911, the byzantine emperor Leon VI had given his only daughter to a frankish prince, cousin of Bertha of Tuscia and misfortuned. That is far good for the frankish emperor Louis III, second cousin of Bertha, blinked in 905, father of Charles Constantine. Fine analysis has showed that chronology fit very well. So, on both cases, no certitude, but good presomptions. [Ref: Christian Settipani SGM 12/6/1998-111707] "OF ARLES & TOULOUSE" .
b. Note:   BI134172
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: 986 [Ref: Settipani LGA p9, Settipani Nobles p321] abt 986 [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997, Brook ByzantineAnc p28, DeVajay Aragon p292, Weis AR7 #141A, Weis AR7 #53] um 986 [Ref: ES II #11], parents: [Ref: ES II #11, ES II #187, Settipani LGA p6, Settipani Nobles p321, Weis AR7 #101, Weis AR7 #141A, Weis AR7 #53], father: [Ref: Brook ByzantineAnc p28, CMH p462, Louda RoyalFamEurope #64, Moriarty Plantagenet p24, Paget HRHCharles p136, Redlich CharlemagneDesc p63, Settipani LGA p9] Sources with Inaccurate Information: parents: William Taileffer Count of Toulouse (#11673) & Emma of Venaissin (#11674) [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p54, Paget HRHCharles p55], father: William Taileffer Count of Toulouse (#11673) [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p168, Paget HRHCharles p58]
c. Note:   DI134172
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997, Brook ByzantineAnc p28, DeVajay Aragon p292, ES II #11, Moriarty Plantagenet p24, Moriarty Plantagenet p28, Paget HRHCharles p168, Paget HRHCharles p54, Weis AR7 #101, Weis AR7 #141A, Weis AR7 #141, Weis AR7 #53] 1032 [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #64, Settipani Nobles p321] 28.VII 1032 [Ref: ES II #187], place: [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997, DeVajay Aragon p292, ES II #11, Moriarty Plantagenet p24, Moriarty Plantagenet p28, Weis AR7 #53]
d. Note:   XI134172
Note:   Sources for this Information: place: [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997, ES II #11, Weis AR7 #53]
e. Note:   NF23829
Note:   Sources for this Information: date: 1000 [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p54] 1001/2 [Ref: Brook ByzantineAnc p28, Weis AR7 #101, Weis AR7 #141A, Weis AR7 #141, Weis AR7 #53] 1002 [Ref: Louda RoyalFamEurope #64] 1003 before 25 Aug [Ref: DeVajay Aragon p292] 1005/6 [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997] 998 [Ref: Weis AR7 #108, Weis AR7 #128] VIII 1001/25.VIII 1002 [Ref: ES II #187] abt 1002 [Ref: Moriarty Plantagenet p24, Moriarty Plantagenet p28] sometime between 1001 and 1005 [Ref: Settipani LGA p1] third marriage of Robert [Ref: CMH p462, ES II #11], names: Robert II & Constance of Toulouse [Ref: Paget HRHCharles p54, Paget HRHCharles p55], child: [Ref: Alan Wilson SGM 10/28/1997, CMH p424, CMH p462, DeVajay Aragon p288, ES II #11, Louda RoyalFamEurope #64, Moriarty Plantagenet p24, Paget HRHCharles p136, Paget HRHCharles p168, Paget HRHCharles p54, Redlich CharlemagneDesc p56, Redlich CharlemagneDesc p63, Watney WALLOP #203, Weis AR7 #101, Weis AR7 #106, Weis AR7 #108, Weis AR7 #128, Weis AR7 #141, Weis AR7 #53]


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