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House of Châteaudun

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The House of Châteaudun is a medieval lineage that once possessed the Viscounty of Châteaudun, the County of Perche, and the County of Anjou.

Origin of the House of Châteaudun

The House of Châteaudun descended from Gauzfred I (or Geoffrey I) whom Count Theobald I of Blois made Viscount of Châteaudun in 956. Recent research makes him a direct-line agnatic descendant of the Frankish family Rorgonides. For a list of the Counts and Viscounts of Châteaudun, see the article Counts of Châteaudun.

Branches of the House of Châteaudun

The House of Châteaudun split in two distinct branches. Descended from Fulcois du Perche, probably the second son of Gauzfred I, were:

Genealogy

Note: The dotted lines represent hypothetical relationships.

It is not clear whether Hugh, Archbishop of Tours, and Adalaud of Château-Chinon are sons or grandsons of Geoffrey I of Châteaudun. Some sources say that Geoffrey had a son called Hugh, who was himself viscount of Châteaudun, and both the Archbishop of Tours and the Lord of Château-Chinon would in turn be his sons. The number of people called "Hugh" who were viscounts of Châteaudun is thus unclear, and the numbering of each viscount with this name could be wrong by 1.
The parentage of Fulcois is also disputed. Some sources put him as the son of Geoffrey I of Châteaudun. Others claim he was his grandson-in-law through marriage to a granddaughter of Geoffrey called Melisende.

House of Châteaudun
Gauzfred I
(† 986)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Hugh I
(† 1003)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Archbishop of Tours
Fulcois
Count of Perche (?)
Adalaud
Lord of Château-Chinon
HelgaudHuguesGeoffrey I & II
(† 1039)
Count of Perche
Viscount of Châteaudun
Hugues du Perche
(† 1000)
HuguesHugh I & II
(† 1044)
Count of Perche
Viscount of Châteaudun
Rotrou II & I
(† 1080)
Count of Perche
Viscount of Châteaudun
Geoffrey II "Ironwood"
(1000 † 1045)
Count of Gâtinais
Geoffrey II
(† 1110)
Count of Perche
Hugh III
(† 1110)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Geoffrey III
(† 1097)
Count of Anjou
Fulk IV
(1043 † 1109)
Count of Anjou
Rotrou III
(† 1144)
Count of Perche
Matilde
x Geoffrey III, Count of Vendôme
Geoffrey III
(† 1140/5)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Fulk V & I
(1089 † 1143)
Count of Anjou
King of Jerusalem
Philippa x Elias II, Count of MaineRotrou IV
(1135 † 1191)
Count of Perche
Étienne du Perche
(1137 † 1169)
Hugh IV
(† 1180)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Geoffrey V
"Plantagenet"

(1113 † 1151)
Count of Anjou
Kings of Jerusalem
Geoffrey III
(† 1202)
Count of Perche
Guillaume du Perche
(† 1226)
Bishop of Châlon
Count of Perche
Geoffrey IV
(† 1176)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Hugh V
(† 1191)
Viscount of Châteaudun
House of Plantagenet
Thomas I
(† 1217)
Count of Perche
Geoffrey V
(† 1218)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Geoffrey VI
(† 1249)
Viscount of Châteaudun
Robert I de Dreux
(1217 † 1264)
Lord of Beu
Clémence
(† 1259)
Viscountess of Châteaudun
Jeanne
x Jean I
Count of Montfort

Sources

References

  1. ^ extinction delayed until 1226 with death of Thomas's uncle William.
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