Wulgrin DE PÉRIGORD comte de Périgord et Angoulême
(Abt 835-886)
Rogelinde DE ROUERGUE Countess A'Agen/Agenois
(Abt 842-886)
Cte et Marquis Raymond I DE TOULOUSE
(815-Bef 865)
Berthe
(-After 883)
Comte Guillaume II DE PÉRIGORD
(Abt 864-910)
Regilinde DE TOULOUSE
(-)
Cte Bernard DE PÉRIGORD et d' Angoulême
(Bef 895-Abt 950)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Berthe

  • Cte Arnoud "Borracio" DE PÉRIGORD
  • Cte Guillaume DE PÉRIGORD et d'Angoulême
  • Gausbert DE PÉRIGORD
  • Bernard DE PÉRIGORD
  • Ctsse Aina (Emma) DE PÉRIGORD+
  • Cte Ranulf DE PÉRIGORD et d'Angoulême
  • Cte Richard DE PÉRIGORD et d'Angoulême
  • Hilduin "Insipiens" DE PÉRIGORD
  • Geoffroy DE PÉRIGORD

Cte Bernard DE PÉRIGORD et d' Angoulême

  • Born: Bef 895
  • Died: Abt 950

   General Notes:

The Chronicle of Adémar de Chabannes names "Bernardus" as son of "Willelmo"[123]. He succeeded as Comte de Périgord. The Chronicle of Adémar de Chabannes records that "Lambertus vicecomes Martiliacensis et Arnaldus frater eius" were killed "a Bernardo" (clarified in a later passage as meaning Bernard, son of Guillaume Comte de Périgord) in revenge for "Santie sororis sue [Alduini]", without further explanation or detail regarding their offence against Sancha[124]. The Chronicle of Adémar de Chabannes records that the testament of "Willelmus Sector ferri" was signed by "Bernardus comes, Arnoldus filius Bernardi…"[125]. "Bernardus…comes Petragoricensis" donated property to the monastery of Sarlat, with the consent of "uxore mea Garsinda", for the soul of "filiis et filiabus nostris…fratribus quoque nostris", by charter dated Jun [936/42], subscribed by "Guillelmi, Arnaldi, Gauberti, Bernardi, Ramnulphi, Alduini, Gaufredi, Heliæ, Amalgerii, Fulcherii, Oldolrici"[126]. "Guillelmus comes" donated property to the abbey of Saint-Cybard by charter dated after 942, subscribed by "Domni Guillelmi comitis et monachi, Bernardi comitis, Arnaldi filii sui, comitis, Odolrici vice comitis, Ademari vicecomitis…Ademari comitis filii Guillelmi"[127]. He succeeded his cousin in [945] as BERNARD I Comte d'Angoulême. The Chronicle of Adémar de Chabannes records that "Bernardus comes" succeeded "Willelmus…Sector ferri" in Angoulême and that he and his sons ruled there for thirty years"[128]. "Bernardus comes" restored the abbey of Saint-Sour de Genouillac, with the consent of "uxore mea…Berta et filiis meis Guillelmo…atque Gausberto, seu Arnaldo, et Bernardo pariter", by undated charter[129]. He, his wife Garsinde, and sons (in order) Bernard, Guillaume, Arnaud, Gausbert, Ramnulf, Hilduin and Geoffroy are named in his document dated to [936/42] describing his restoration of the monastery of Sarlat in Périgord[130]. m firstly BERTHE, daughter of ---. "Bernardus comes" restored the abbey of Saint-Sour de Genouillac, with the consent of "uxore mea…Berta et filiis meis Guillelmo…atque Gausberto, seu Arnaldo, et Bernardo pariter", by undated charter[131]. m secondly GARSINDE, daughter of ---. She is named as wife of Comte Bernard in the [936/42] document relating to the monastery of Sarlat[132].

   Marriage Information:

Bernard married Berthe.


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