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Count of Vermandois

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Count of Vermandois
Creation date484
First holderLeodegar, Count of Vermandois
Last holderLouis de Bourbon
Extinction date1214

The Count of Vermandois was the ruler of the county of Vermandois.

Beneficiary counts of Vermandois

  • Leodegar, Count of Vermandois (c. 484).
  • Emerannus (c. 511), son of previous.
  • Wagon I (c. 550).
  • Wagon II (c. 600), son of previous.
  • Bertrude, daughter of previous and wife of Clotaire II, added Vermandois to the royal domain.
  • Garifrede (c. 660).
  • Ingomar, Count of Vermandois (c. 680).

Beneficiary counts of Vermandois and abbots of Saint Quentin de Monte

  • Bernard, son of Charles Martel, abbot of St Quentin de Monte (now Mont-Saint-Quentin near Péronne).
  • Jerome brother of previous, count of Vermandois and abbot of St Quentin de Monte (714–771).
  • Fulrad son of previous, abbot of St Quentin de Monte (after 771).
  • Guntard, Count of Vermandois (771–833) and then abbot of St Quentin de Monte (till 833).
  • Hugh, son of Charlemagne, abbot of St Quentin de Monte (833–844).
  • Adalard, Count of Vermandois, son of Gisla, granddaughter of Charlemagne, count of Vermandois (833–864) and then abbot of St Quentin de Monte (844–864).
  • Baldwin Iron Arm abbot of St Quentin de Monte (864–879).
  • Teutricius (864–886) and then abbot of St Quentin de Monte (879–886) or Theodoric, Count of Vermandois (c. 876), a descendant of Childebrand, brother of Charles Martel.

Carolingian counts

Capetian counts

Philip II of France added Vermandois to the royal domain.

Bourbon counts

See also


  1. ^ All of Herbert's lands would go to Hugh upon Herbert's death in 1080, giving the Capetians an important foothold..[1]


  • Anselme, Histoire Genealogique de la Maison royale de France, 1726.
  • M. Fouquier-Cholet, Histoire des Comtes héréditaires du Vermandois, Saint-Quentin, 1832.
  • Ioh. Mabillon, Annales ord. Sancti Benedicti. Ticinense. Lucae, 1739.
  • Louis Moreri, Le Gran Dictionnaire Historique, Paris, 1743–1749.
  • Gabriele, Matthew (2018). "The Provenance of the Descriptio Qauliter Karolus Magnus: Remembering the Carolingians in the entourage of King Philip I (1060–1108) before the First Crusade". Viator. University of California Press. 39 (2): 93-117.

External links

  1. ^ a b Gabriele 2018, p. 102.
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