Cte Galéran II DE MEULAN
Cte Gauthier II "Le Blanc" DU VEXIN, d'Amiens, de Mantes et de Valois
(-Aft 1017)
Cte Hugues DE MEULAN
(-Aft 1005)
[Adèle] DU VEXIN


Family Links

1. Ode

2. Adelais
  • Galéran DE MEULAN
  • Foulques DE MEULAN


  • Born: Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-de-France, France
  • Married (1): Before 1015
  • Married (2):
  • Died: 8 Dec 1069

  General Notes:

Compiler's 28/29/33 x great-grandfather

  Research Notes:

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Waleranni comitis [Mellentini]" as son of "filia Gauterus Albus de Albamarla". Yves de Chartres names "Gualterius Albus" as father of "matrem Gualeranni comitis".

Comte de Meulan. Guillaume of Jumièges recounts that "comitibus Hugone...Cenomanensi ac Waleranno Mellendesi" were among those who joined the army of Eudes Comte de Blois in attempting to capture the château de Tillières {Verneuil, Eure} from Richard II Duke of Normandy, and that Hugues escaped after hiding in a sheep's stable and disguising himself as a shepherd before regaining Le Mans, an event dated to the early 1000s.

"Gualerannus, Mellentis castri comes" donated a family of servants to "Sancti Petri Gisecii…Carnotensis", by undated charter, signed by "Gualeranni comitis, Hugonis primogeniti, coniugis Adelidis, Gualeranni filii, Fulcoisi filii, Teduini vicecomitis…". “…Walterius comes Pontisariensis, Willelmus comes Corboilensis, Ivo comes Bellomontensis, Walerannus comes Melledensis” are named among those present at the opening of the reliquary of Saint-Denis, dated 9 Jun 1053. 1

  Marriage Information:

Galéran married Ode, before 1015.

  Marriage Information:

Galéran also married Adelais. (Adelais died on 31 May.)


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Galeran [III] de Meulan.

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