man Lord Of Peronne Pepin‏‎, son of Roi D'italie Bernard and UNKNOWN Cunegonde‏.
Born ‎before 817 at Vermandois, Normandy, France, died ‎after 849 at Milan, Italy‎, at least 32 years
Count of Senlis, Peronne, St. Quentin and Vermandois
Prince of Italy

Married/ Related to:

N.N.‎

CHAN17 May 2004

Children:

1.
man I Herbert‏
Born ‎ 840, died ‎± 902‎, approximately 62 years
Name Suffix: Count Of Vermandois
The surname or title de Vermandois originated from Vermand, a county named from its capital in Picardy, now Department Aisne in northeastern France, seat of the Veromandui of Roman times. The house of Vermandois is one of the most ancient and famous of the early French noble houses, and is descended in direct male line from the Emperor Charlemagne. The records of the counts go back to Herbert, grandson of Bernard of Italy. From 1045 to 1083, the counts possessed also the Valois. In 1102, Raoul de Vermandois was the reigning count. Hugh the Great, Earl of Vermandois, was one of the leaders of the First Crusade and died at Tarsus in Cilicia in 1102.
Count of Vermandois and Soissons
Seigneur de Senlis, Peronne and St. Quentin Event: Titled Count of Vermandois and Soissons 2
Event: Titled Seigneur de Senlis, Peronne and St. Quentin 2
Note: The surname or title de Vermandois originated from Vermand, a county named from its capital in Picardy, now Department Aisne in northeastern France, seat of the Veromandui of Roman times. The house of Vermandois is one of the most ancient and famous of the early French noble houses, and is descended in direct male line from the Emperor Charlemagne. The records of the counts go back to Herbert, grandson of Bernard of Italy. From 1045 to 1083, the counts possessed also the Valois. In 1102, Raoul de Vermandois was the reigning count. Hugh the Great, Earl of Vermandois, was one of the leaders of the First Crusade and died at Tarsus in Cilicia in 1102.
2.
man Pepin I De Vermandois Count Of Senlis‏
Born ‎ 846 at Vermandois, France‎