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According to Crispin and Macary, Rognvald also had a natural son, Hrollager, living in 896, who married Emina _______. They had a son, Hrolf Thurstan, living in 920, who married Gerlotte, daughter of Thibaut, Count of Blois and of Chartres. They were ancestors (five generations) of Hugh of Avranches, 1st Earl of Chester, who died in 1101, and who married Ermentrude, daughter of Hugh, Count of Clermont. See Table III. in Crispin and Macary.
The natural children of Richard I. (see Table
V. in Crispin and Macary), a conflict with the above information,
were as follows:
From the second marriage of Richard the Good
and Papia there was a daughter as follows:
This was not a marriage; but later Herleve married Herluin (Herlouin), vicomte of Conteville, and had four more children by him (Odo, Bishop of Bayeux, 1049-1090. and Earl of Kent; Robert, Count of Mortain and the Earl of Cornwall; Emma, married Richard, Viscount of Avranches; and Muriel, married Eudo al Chapel, sire de la Haie).
William the Conqueror also had three natural
children as follows:
There is some question about one more daughter,
Some historians feel that she was not the daughter of William,
though others feel the opposite. Gundred, married William de Warren, created Earl of Surrey,
in England. Some sources think she might have been the daughter
of Gerbod, the first husband of Matilda. See elsewhere for continuation
of this lineage under the Warren Line (Wurts).
See elsewhere for continuation of this lineage in the Kings of England in Volume I.
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