man Baudouin V Count Of Flanders Count Of Flanders‏‎, son of Baudouin IV "Barbatus" Baldwin IV De Count Of Flanders/Fair Beard and Otgive De Luxembourg‏.
Born ‎ 1012 at Flanders, France, died ‎ Sep 1, 1067 at Lille, Nord, France‎, 54 or 55 years, buried ‎ at Lille, Nord, France

Entered into hostilities with Emporer Otho II and aquired from that monarchValenciennes and the Isles of Zealand. He subseqently further increased histerritories by another rich accession, that of the citadel of Ghent.

Married ‎ 1028 at Eu, Seine-Inferieure, France (38 or 39 years married) to:

woman Adele Princess Of France‏‎, daughter of Robert II "The Pious" France [King] and Constance Of Provence [Queen France]‏.
Born ‎± 1010 at France, died ‎ Jan 8, 1078-1079 at Monastere DE L'o, Messines, France‎, approximately 69 years, buried ‎ at Monastere DE L'o, Messines, France, 1st marriage to: [Duke] Richard III Duke Of Normandy [Duke], ‎2nd marriage to: Baudouin V Count Of Flanders Count Of Flanders

She was the sister of Queen Matilda of England and widow of Richard 111, Duke of Normandy who d s p the uncle of William the Conqueror who married Baldwin V. de I'Isle, count of Flanders and of Artois.


man Count Of Flanders Baudouin VI (I) "The Peaceble" Of Baldwin VI Count Of Count Of Flanders/Flanders‏‎
Born ‎ 1030 at Flanders, Belgium, died ‎ Jul 7, 1070 at Northwestern Belgium‎, 39 or 40 years, buried ‎ at Hasnon Abbey

Ancestral File Number: 8XJL-0B
woman Matilda (Maud) Flanders [Queen England]‏
Born ‎ 1032 at Flanders, France, died ‎ Nov 3, 1083 at Caen, Calvados, France‎, 50 or 51 years, buried ‎ UNKNOWN at Church Of Holy Trinity, Caen

Weis' "Ancestral Roots. . ." (121:23), (162:23), (169:23).
An interesting story is told in Cokayne's "Complete Peerage"(Gloucester). According to the Tewkesbury Abbey Chronicle, Brictric, sonof Algar, otherwise known as Brictric Mawr, a great thegn of the time ofEdward the Confessor, held, with Tewkesbury, various lordships inWorcester, Gloucester, Somerset, and other counties. Maud [Matilda],afterwards wife of WILLIAM THE CONQUERER, in her youth wished tomarry Brictric, who refused her. When she became Queen, sheimprisoned him, and on his death shortly afterwards his manors, the
(later) honour of Gloucester, were given to her.
For many years it was assumed that Gundred, who married William de Warrene, was a daughter of William I and Matilda (as indicated in The Plantagenet Ancestry). However it is now known that Gundred was a daughter of Gherbod the Fleming (as indicated in Ancestral Roots). The following information strongly suggests that Gundred's mother was Matilda (thus the mistaken notion that she was daughter of William I).

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Had Matilda of Flanders as many husbands as Adelaide, Countess of Ponthieu, and, like her, issue by each? What was the real cause of the inhibition of her marriage with William, Duke of Normandy,
man [Count] Robert I "Le Frison" Flanders [Count]‏‎
Born ‎± 1033 at Flanders, Belgium, died ‎ Oct 3, 1093 at Kassel, Germany‎, approximately 60 years

Ancestral File Number: 9HM5-GD
Ancestral File Number: 8XJL-2N
man Robert I Le Frison Count Of Flanders‏‎
Born ‎± 1035 at Flanders, Belgium, died ‎ Oct 13, 1093 at Kassel, Germany‎, approximately 58 years
man [Count] Henry Flanders [Count]‏‎
Born ‎± 1034 at Flanders, died ‎ Dec‎
woman [Countess] Judith (Fausta) Flanders [Countess]‏‎
Born ‎± 1037 at Flanders, Belgium, died ‎ Mar 4, 1094‎, approximately 57 years

Ancestral File Number: 8XJL-3T