woman Ansegarde of Burgundy‏‎, daughter of Hardouin of Neustria, Count in Neustria and N.N.‏.
Born ‎± ABT. 850 at France‎
Name: Ansgarde of BURGUNDY
Surname: Burgundy
Given Name: Ansgarde of
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 0850 in France
Reference Number: Minor,Newl
_UID: 91F717B95BAFEE43984A5DEE23A6F3B73355
Note:
Dau. of Hardouin; union with Louis II of France produced Adelaide of France who m. Rainulph II, Count de Poitou. [The Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 7]

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m. Louis 'the Stammerer'; mother of Louis III and Karlmann. [The Oxford Illustrated History of the Vikings, p. 25]
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Change Date: 19 Mar 2003 at 17:13:10

Father: Hardouin of Neustria Count b: ABT 0800 in of Neustria

Marriage 1 Louis II the Stammerer le Begue CAROLINGIAN King of Franks b: 1 Nov 0846 in France
Married: 0862 in France
Children
Ermengarde Adelaide of FRANCE b: ABT 0863 in France
Louis III, King of FRANCE b: ABT 0870 in France
Carloman, King of FRANCE b: ABT 0872 in France

Sources:
Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry
Author: Turton, William Harry
Publication: DSO Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1984, 1993
Page: p. 7
Repository:
Name: Cheryl Varner Library

Title: The Oxford Illustrated History of the Vikings
Author: Sawyer, Peter, ed.
Publication: Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York, 1997
Page: p. 25
From 'Glick/Foster Ancestry' at Rootsweb.com

Married ‎ 862 at France (16 or 17 years married) to:

man Louis of the ""the Stammerer"" Franks, King of France‏‎, son of Charles ""The Bald"" Carolingians, Holy Roman Emperor and N.N.‏. Adoption parents: Charles ""The Bald"" Carolingians, Holy Roman Emperor and Ermentrude of Orleans
Born ‎ Nov 1, 846 at France, died ‎ Apr 10, 879 at Compiegne, France; 3‎, 32 years, ‎1st marriage to: Ansegarde of Burgundy, 2nd marriage to: Adelaide of the Franks, Queen of the Franks
Name: Louis II 'The Stammerer' of France 1
Sex: M
ALIA: "The /Stammerer"/
Title: King of France
Name: Louis II of France 2 3 4
Birth: 1 NOV 846 in France 5
Birth: 1 SEP 846 in St. Martins or Tours 3
Death: 10 APR 879 in Compeigne, Oise, France 6
Event: Acceded 877 King of France 7
Event: Gen Source 29 MAR 1994 ARP 1460:14 3
Note:
Different sources attribute children to different mothers. The Directory of Royal Genealogical Data and The Encyclopedia Britannica has Adelaide as mother of Charles III, but the Phillips family shows Ansgarde. The Directory shows neither Ermentrude or Ermengard.

The Directory of Royal Genealogy: 856 King of Neustria, 867 King of Acuitaine, 877 King of the West Franks.



Louis II, King de France (the Stammerer)

(Andre Roux: Scrolls, 191.)
(Stuart, Royalty for Commoners, Page 130, Line 171-38.)
(Paul, Nouveau Larousse Universel.)
(Rosamond, Frankish kingdom under Carolingians, Page 258.)
(Andre Castelot, Histoire de La France, Tome 1, Page 387).

AKA: Louis II, King d'Aquitaine. Also Known As: Louis "Le Begue".

Born: in Nov 846 in Compiegne, Oise, Ile-de-France, France, son of Charles II, King de France and Ermentrude d'Orleans . Married in 862: Ansgarde de Bourgogne , daughter of Hardouin, Count de Bourgogne; She was given in marriage to Louis by her brother, Odon, often confused with Odon, Count of Troyes, an older man and one of Louis' detractors (Rosamond, Frankish kingdom under Carolingians, Page 185). Note - between 867 and 879: Louis II was the King of Aquitaine from 867 to 879 and became King of France in 877, crowned at Compiegne by Hincmar, Archbishop of Rheims on 8 October. If the children and grandchildren of Charlemagne had an easy time ascending to the throne by virtue of their parentage, the same is not true for Louis. Louis had to be elected by the Greats - the nobles whose power had been growing steadily - and they conceded only after having received countships and additional powers. Moreover, Louis had to accept the tutelage of his maternal uncle, Hughes, Marquis of Neustria who also received the countship of Tours. He died 16 months later while making preparations to reprimand Bernard, Duke of Septimanie. Upon his death, nobles, looking to enhance their own power saw the kingdom partitioned between Louis III and Carloman, who were both crowned and anointed at Ferrieres in September 879 by Ansegis, Archbishop of Sens. Louis III's portion comprised Francia and Neustria, and Carloman ruled Burgundy, Aquitaine and Gothia.

Married between 868 and 869: Adelaide=Adelheid de Paris, daughter of Adalhard, Count de Paris.

Died: on 11 Apr 879 in France at age 32 Louis II died sooner than expected after having divided his kingdom between his two sons, Louis III and Carloman. To the older son went Francia and Neustria; and to the younger went Bourgogne, Aquitaine and the Marche of Spain. This creation of two kingdoms is highly disputed because the two sons are not viewed by some as legitimate because Charles le Chauve had not officially recognized Louis marriage to Ansgarde. Louis was not favored, and on 15 October 879, Provence and Bourgogne recognize Richilde's (Charles le Chauve's widow) brother, Bozon. Moreover, Louis, son of Louis le Germanique, also lays claim to the throne of France. Thus, to make matters rather complicated there exists three kings of France at this time.


Father: Charles II "the Bald" , Holy Roman Emperor b: 13 JUN 823 in Frankfurt, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia
Mother: Ermentrude de Orleans b: 27 SEP 830 in Orleans, Loiret, Orleanais/Centre, France

Marriage 1 Luitgarde of Saxony b: ABT 848 in Saxony
Children
Ermengarde de France b: ABT 865 in France

Marriage 2 Ansgarde of Neustria b: BEF 847
Married: 862
Event: Repudiated 878 8
Children
Louis III b: 863
Carloman of France b: 866
Gisela b: 869

Marriage 3 Adelaide de Paris* b: ABT 844 in Paris, Seine, France
Married: ABT 868 4
Married: WFT Est 857-877 2
Married: WFT Est 860-877 3
Married: ABT 862 in France 1
Married: 875 in France 1
Children
Ermentrude of France b: ABT 870 in Paris, Seine, France
Charles III "The Simple" King of France b: 17 SEP 879 in France

Sources:
Title: Ancestry.com Tree 1160
Text: Date of Import: Aug 8, 1998
Title: World Family Tree Vol. 29, Ed. 1
Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
Publication: Release date: August 23, 1996
Note: Customer pedigree.
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Page: Tree 0902
Text: Date of Import: Aug 1, 1998
Title: Encyclopedia Britannica, Treatise on
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: Louis II
Text: b. 846
Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Ed.
Author: Weis, Frederick Lewis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr.
Publication: 1999
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 148-16
Title: Directory of Royal Genealogical Data
Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
Publication: Department of Computer Science, Hull University
Note: usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc
Repository:
Note: http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/public/genealogy/royal/catalog.html
Call Number:
Media: Electronic
Title: The Family Trees of the Kings of France
Author: Jean-Charles Volkman
Publication: Editions Jean-Paul Gisserot, Paris
Repository:
Note: JHM Library
Call Number:
Media: Book

Name: Louis II the Stammerer le Begue CAROLINGIAN King of Franks
Surname: Carolingian
Given Name: Louis II the Stammerer le Begue
NSFX: King of Franks
Sex: M
Birth: 1 Nov 0846 in France
Death: 10 Apr 0879 in Compeigne, Oise, Neustria, France
Reference Number: Newlin, Wa
_UID: 970E82A91F088A43ABEB50EC6DAEB00E6FEB
Note:
!King of the Franks 877-79, Emperor of the West 878-9. [Desc. of Charlemagne]

MINOR, NEWLIN, WAITE LINES

!The middle and late ninth century were dominated by the raids of Arab pirates, who went so far as to set up bases on Italian soil and to sack the Vatican suburb of Rome in 846. The resistance, led by the last Carolingian emperor based in Italy, Louis II, and Pope John VIII, was spirited but unsuccessful. [The Oxford History of Medieval Europe]

!Rivalries between the Byzantium Empire and Carolingian Empire were well brought out in a letter of 871 from Louis II to his eastern opposite number in which Louis justified his claim to the title of Roman emperor on grounds of virtue, inheritance, and divine anointing and condemned the Greeks for their cacodoxy (vile theology). [Oxford History]

!Had the further byname of "the do-nothing", but indeed he had no chance of doing much, for he died two years after beginning his reign. [Leaders & Landmarks, Vol. II, p. 27]

!M. 2. Adelheid, sister of Abbot Wulfard of Flavigny. [Ped. of Charlemagne, Vol. I, p. 164, 264]

m. Ansgarde, dau of Hardouin; father of Adelaide who m. Rainulph II, Count de Poitou. [The Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 7]

m.3 Adelaide/Aelis of Paris; father of Ermentrude of France. [Ancestral Roots, Line 143, p. 125]
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Change Date: 2 Apr 2003 at 21:31:23

Father: Charles II the Bald CAROLINGIAN King of France b: 13 Jun 0823 in Frankfurt-am-Main,Hessen-Nassau,Germany
Mother: Ermentrude de ORLEANS Queen of France b: 27 Sep 0830 in of Orleans, Loiret, France

Marriage 1 Ansgarde of BURGUNDY b: ABT 0850 in France
Married: 0862 in France
Children
Ermengarde Adelaide of FRANCE b: ABT 0863 in France
Louis III, King of FRANCE b: ABT 0870 in France
Carloman, King of FRANCE b: ABT 0872 in France

Marriage 2 Adelaide, Queen of the FRANKS b: ABT 0857/0858 in Paris, France
Married: 0875
Children
Hedwig, Princess of FRANCE b: ABT 0875 in France
Ermentrude, Princess of FRANCE b: ABT 0876 in France
Charles III the Simple, King of the FRANKS b: 17 Sep 0879 in France

Marriage 3 Luitgarde von SACHSEN b: ABT 0845 in Saxony

Sources:
Repository:
Name: Cheryl Varner Library

Title: Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III
Author: Buck, J. Orton; Beard, Timothy Field
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1988
Repository:
Name: Cheryl Varner Library

Title: The Oxford History of Medieval Europe
Author: Holmes, George, ed.
Publication: Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York, 1992
Repository:
Name: Cheryl Varner Library

Title: Leaders & Landmarks in European History, Volume II: The Middle Ages
Author: Moncrieff, A.R. Hope; Chaytor, The Rev. H.J., M.A..
Publication: The Gresham Publishing Company, London, 1913
Page: p. 27
Title: Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. I
Author: von Redlich, Marcellus Donald Alexander R.
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1986
Page: pp. 164, 264
Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry
Author: Turton, William Harry
Publication: DSO Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1984, 1993
Page: p. 7
Repository:
Name: Cheryl Varner Library

Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Seventh Edition
Author: Weis, Frederick Lewis
Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1995
Page: p. 123
From 'Glick/Foster Ancestry' at Rootsweb.com

Children:

1.
woman Ermengarde Adelaide of France‏
Born ‎± ABT. 863 at Poitou, Aquitaine, France; 3, died ‎ 935‎, approximately 72 years
Name: Ermengarde Adelaide of FRANCE
Surname: France
Given Name: Ermengarde Adelaide of
Sex: F
Birth: ABT 0863 in France
Reference Number: Minor,Newl
_UID: 03FD1CD5A1FA3742BEDE729C44E2D7F29E2E
Note:
Ermengarde -- Concubine of Ranulf II, Count of Poitou; mother of Ebler "Manger", Count of Poitou, etc. [Charlemagne & Others, Chart 3316]

MINOR, NEWLIN LINE

Adelaide of France -- Dau. of Louis II of France and Ansgarde; mother of Ebles, Count de Poitou. [The Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 7]
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Change Date: 29 Mar 2003 at 19:59:45

Father: Louis II the Stammerer le Begue CAROLINGIAN King of Franks b: 1 Nov 0846 in France
Mother: Ansgarde of BURGUNDY b: ABT 0850 in France

Marriage 1 Ranulf II or Rannoux II POITOU Count of Poitou, Duke of Aquitaine b: ABT 0838 in of Poitou,France
Children
Ebles MANCER Count of Aquitaine b: BEF 0890 in of Poitou,Poitiers,Vienne,France

Sources:
Title: The Plantagenet Ancestry
Author: Turton, William Harry
Publication: DSO Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, 1984, 1993
Page: p. 7
Repository:
Name: Denver Public Library

Title: Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors
Author: Mitchell, James T.
Publication: 1991
Page: Chart 3316
From 'Glick/Foster Ancestry' at Rootsweb.com
2.
man Louis of France, King of France‏‎
Born ‎± ABT. 870, died ‎ Aug 5, 882 at 3‎, approximately 12 years
3.
man Carloman of France‏‎
Born ‎± ABT. 872, died ‎ Dec 12, 884 at 3‎, approximately 12 years