de Lorraine Family Genealogy
de Lorraine Family Genealogy

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Details for de Lorraine Family
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1. Duke Godfrey "A La Barbe" de Lorraine - was born about 1074, lived in Lorraine Inferie, France and died on 25 Jan 1139/1140 in Jerusalem, Palestine .
Duke Godfrey married Countess Clementia de Namur about 1099 while living in Belgium. Countess Clementia was born about 1078, lived in Namur, Belgium. She died in 1117/1122 .
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Queen Adelicia of Louvain was born about 1105, lived in Louvain, Belgium and died on 23 Apr 1151 in Affigham, Flanders, France .
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2. Queen Adelicia of Louvain - was born about 1105, lived in Louvain, Belgium and died on 23 Apr 1151 in Affigham, Flanders, France . She was the daughter of Duke Godfrey "A La Barbe" de Lorraine and Countess Clementia de Namur.
Queen Adelicia married William "Strong Hand" d'Albiny in 1138 while living in England. William was born about 1090 in St. Sauveur, Manche, Normandie, France. He was the son of William d'Albiny and Maud Bigod. He died on 12 Oct 1176 in Abbey, Waverly, Surrey, Engand .

William - - After King Henry I's death, Arundel Castle was given to his second wife, Adeliza of Louvrain. In 1138 she married William and they went on to live at Arundel. William was a great builder and he went on to build the magnificant square keep at Arundel.
  Then Queen Adelicia married King Henry I "Beauclerc" of England on 29 Jan 1122 in Windsor Castle,Windsor,Berkshire,England. King Henry was born in 1068 in Shelby, Yorkshire, England. He was the son of King Guillaume "Le Conquerant" de Normandie and Queen Matilda van Vlaanderen. He died Dec 1135 in St. Denis, Seine-St.Denis, France and was buried in Reading Abbey, Berkshire, England .

King Henry - Henry I (born 1068, ruled 1100-35). The youngest son of William the Conqueror was born in England. His nickname, Beauclerc, which means "good scholar," was given him because of his fine education. He seized the crown in the year 1100, when his brother King William II was killed in a hunting accident and his brother Robert, duke of Normandy, who was next in the line of succession, was absent on a crusade (see William, Kings of England). At his accession Henry I issued the famous Charter of Liberties, which, over a hundred years later, was used as the basis of Magna Carta, the foundation of the liberties of the Anglo-Saxon world. He also favored the church in order to gain its backing against the claims of his brother Robert to the English throne. The Charter of Liberties helped gain Henry the support of the nobles. He conciliated the English, conquered by his father, by marrying Matilda, who was the daughter of King Malcolm III of Scotland and who was descended from the Anglo-Saxon kings. The support of the common people was assured by the justice he administered through the King's Court. Henry's only son, William Aetheling, was drowned in 1120 when the White Ship sank in the English Channel. According to legend, the king never smiled again. The accident left his daughter Matilda, widow of the Holy Roman emperor Henry V, and his nephew Stephen contestants for the throne at his death.
 
The youngest and ablest of William I the Conqueror's sons, Henry strengthened the crown's powers and modernized royal administration.
 
He was crowned at Westminster three days after his brother, William II, had been killed in a hunting accident in 1100.

Queen Adelicia - Queen of England
Children with William "Strong Hand" d'Albiny
See d'Albiny family for children.
Image of Arundel Castle

Arundel Castle


the Castle Keep
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Image of King Henry I

King Henry I



Last change (on this page): Tuesday, September 17, 2002
The Our Folk Genealogy Pages were compiled by Albert Douglass Hart, Jr. based on the original "Our Folk" compiled by Albert Thomas Hart in 1972 with help from Albert Douglass Hart Sr, Cara Hart and lots of other family members.

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