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  1. Berswinde (Bersvinda) D'austrasie de Austrasia: Birth: Abt 649 in Metz, Austrasia, France. Death: 700

  2. Dagobert II King Of Austrasia: Birth: 651. Death: 759 in Stenay

  3. Saint Dagobert II Von Metz (King Of Austrasia - 674-678) : Birth: 652 in Metz, Austrasia, France. Death: 23 Dec 679 in Woeve Forest, Austrasia, France

  4. Bilihilde Von Metz : Birth: 654 in Metz, Austrasia, France. Death: Abt Oct 675

  5. Childebert Von Metz : Birth: 655 in Metz, Austrasia, France.


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1. Title:   De La Pole
Note:   ABBR De La Pole.FTWTITL De La Pole.FTW
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a. Note:   1 NAME Sisibert of /France/ BIRT 2 DATE 631 Name: Sigebert III (St.) King Of Austrasia Given Name: Sigebert III (St.) King Of Surname: Austrasia Name: Sigisbert III D' Roi Austrasie Given Name: Sigisbert III D' Roi Surname: Austrasie Name: Sigebert (St.) III King Of The Franks Given Name: Sigebert (St.) III King Of The Surname: Franks Sex: M Birth: 629 in Frankish Kingdom Of Austrasia (Now Northern France And Portions Of Germany And Belgium) Christening: 633 Orleans, Loiret, France Death: 656 Event: Titled Frankish King Of The Merovingian Dynasty Event: Titled Bet 638 and 656 King Of Austrasia ------------------- Note: Born in 631; died 656. Saint Sigebert, son of Dagobert I and baptized by Saint Amand at Orl�eans, became king of Austrasia (eastern France) at the age of seven, while his brother Clovis II ruled the western portion of his father's domain. Under the influence of Blessed Pepin of Landen, Saint Cunibert of Cologne, and other saintly souls, the young king grew into pious adulthood. He died at the age of 25. Though not a secular success as a ruler, he was revered as the founder of numerous monasteries (including Stavelot and Malm�edy), hospitals, and churches. He is the patron saint of Nancy (Benedictines, Farmer). ----------------------- Born in 629, son of Dagobert I, King d'Austrasie and Ragnetrud d'Austrasie, Some sources assert that Sigebert III was born in the year 631. Note - between 633 and 656: Sigebert III, son of Dagobert and Ragnetrude, was King of Austrasie from 633/634 [at which time he is only 9 to 10 years of age -- Thus, Pepin le Vieux or de Landen truly reigns as the Major Domo] to 656. He reigned under the tutellage of Pepin of Landen [when Pepin de Landen died in 640, Otto succeeded him] and of Grimoald. In 641, the nobles of Austrasia have Otto assassinated and Grimolad, son of Pepin becames Mayor of the Palace, and the Francs lose their sovereignty over Thuringia. By 643, the Francs would lose all authority over the Allemanians (Germans). Between 644 and 645, after humiliating deafeats against the Thuringians and the Allemanians, Sigebert III, not having any heir, adopts the son of Grimoald and names him Childebert. In 646, Sigebert III's wife gives him a son, Dagobert II, which did not please Grimoald. Ten years later, Sigebert III dies. He was a very pious man and founder of numerous monasteries. He was placed among the rank of the saints by the Church. Married before 652: Immachilde=Himenechilde, Queen d'Austrasie. Died: on 1 February 656 in France. Feast Day Feb. 1; Saint Sigebert, son of Dagobert I and baptized by Saint Amand at Orl�eans, became king of Austrasia (eastern France) at the age of seven, while his brother Clovis II ruled the western portion of his father's domain. Under the influence of Blessed Pepin of Landen, Saint Cunibert of Cologne, and other saintly souls, the young king grew into pious adulthood. He died at the age of 25. Though not a secular success as a ruler, he was revered as the founder of numerous monasteries (including Stavelot and Malm�edy), hospitals, and churches. He founded the monastery of St. Martin at Metz. He is the patron saint of Nancy (Benedictines, Farmer). King of Austrasia 632-656 - In 632, Dagobert I of the Franks, losing Austrasia to his nobles, put his three year old son Sigebert III on the throne, without the infamous Pepin I as his Mayor of Palace, however he was re-instated to the position some years later. In 639, Dagobert died, and the next year Pepin died. His son Grimoald succeeded as Mayor of the Palace, and allowed Sigebert, now 11, to rule independent of the nobles. Grimoald allowed him to lead the Frankish armies against the revolting Thuringian Franks, and he lost. Many years later, in 656, Sigebert died at the age of 27, and his son Dagobert II, three years old, became King of Austrasia. KING OF AUSTRASIA 632
b. Note:   BI19674
c. Note:   DI19674


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