man Godrey Lorraine Duke of Lorraine Duke of Lorraine‏‎
Born ‎± ABT. 1064 at Lorraine Infeerie, Belgium, died ‎ Jan 25, 1139/1140 at Jerusalem, Palestine‎, approximately 75 years

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woman Clementia de Namur‏‎
Born ‎± ABT. 1085 at Namur, Belgium‎


man Joscelyn de Louvain Brabant‏
Born ‎ 1090 at North Riding, Yorkshire, England, died ‎ 1189‎, 98 or 99 years
The birth and ancestry of Josceline was as splendid as his estates wereslender. He was a younger son by a 2nd wife of Godfrey, Count of Brabantand Louvain, and was descended through Louis IV, King of France, and hiswife Geberga, daughter of the King of Germany; son of Charles Il, King ofFrance, and Edgina, daughter of Edward, the Elder, King of England; sonof Louis II, King of France; son of Charles II, King of France; son ofLouis I, son of Charlemagne.

Jocelyn wedded Agnes upon condition that he should be called JocelynPercy, or else, that he should bear the arms of Lord Percy. He tookcounsel of his sister, the Queen, and chose to be called Jocelyn Percyrather than forsake his own arms, for so he should have no right of titleto his father's inheritance. The date of this marriage is not certain,but it was probably about 1150, when Agnes Percy was in her 17th year.Queen Adeliza conferred on her brother, by way of a wedding present, fiveand a half knights' fees in Yorkshire, and the honour of Petworth inSussex. He lived for the remainder of his life in great splendour; and ischiefly remembered for the many rich gifts which he made to abbeys andreligious houses.
woman Dutchess Adelicia de Brabant‏
Also known as: Dutchess of Normandy, born ‎ 1103 at Brabant, Louvain, Belgium, died ‎ Apr 23, 1151 at Afflighem, Flanders, Belgium‎, 47 or 48 years, buried ‎ at Reading Abbey, England
Born: circa 1103 in Louvain, Leeuwen, Brabant, Belgium, daughter ofGodefroy I, Duke de Lorraine and Ide de Namur. Married on 29 Jan 1121:Henry I, King of England, son of Guillaume, Duke de Normandie andMathilde-Maud de Flandre. Adelaide was Henri I’s second wife and he washer first husband. At 15 years of age, she therefore married this 50-yearold widower. Perhaps understandably, her true passion was said to beneedlework. Married before 1128: Guillaume d’Aubigny, son of Williamd’Aubigny and Cecily Bigod (source- a pedigree purchased at ArundelCastle). Married before 1149: Gilbert de Ville. It is unclear whetherGilbert was Adelaide’s second or third husband. Some sources indicate shebore her second husband some 7 children, and his name was Albini. Died:on 23 Apr 1151 in Afflighem, Flandre, Belgium. Adelaide was 48 years ofage when she died. Some sources indicate Adeliza de Louvain, who was thewidow of Henri I and married Guillaume d’Aubigny/de Albini, died in 1176.

In hopes of further legitimate issue King Henry married again after theloss of his only son William. His bride, whose age is uncertain but whowas certainly younger than his daughter Matilda, was Adeliza, thedaughter of Godfrey the Bearded, Duke of Lower Lorraine, Marquess ofAntwerp, and Count of Louvain. The marriage took place at Windsor on 29January 1122.
The coronation of the new Queen at Westminster Abbey on 3 February 1122gave rise to an amusing incident. The King, wearing his crown, had takenhis seat on the throne to await his consort’s crowning when the agedArchbishop Ralph d’Escures, verging on senility, entered. Seeing the Kinghe flew into a rage, thinking that his right to place the crown on thesovereign’s head had been infringed. He at once snatched the crown fromthe King’s head (one version has it that he knocked it off with hispastoral staff) and insisted on reimposing it with his own hands. Henry’ssecond marriage remained childless; the once potent sire of manyillegitimate children was potent no longer.
In 1138 the young widowed Queen married William d’Aubigny, 1st Earl ofArundel, to whom she bore a large family before, wearied by married life,she retired to the convent of Afflighem in Flanders, where she died andwas buried in March or April 1151.