Unknown DE BLOIS
Compiler's 31/32/33/34/35/36 great-grandmother
If the theories relating to Robert’s possible first and third marriages are correct... the chronology dictates that the wife who was the mother of his children, born in [850/60], must have been a different person. There is no indication who she might have been, apart from the charter dated 20 Feb "anno XXVII regnante domino Carolo…rege"... If... the dating clause in this document refers to the reign of Charles III "le Simple" King of the West Franks, the donor must have been the future Robert I King of France. In this case, the relationship "avunculus" described in the document could have been through the donor’s mother, the wife of Robert "le Fort" which, if correct, would mean that Robert’s second wife could have been the niece of the brothers Eudes Comte d’Orléans and Guillaume Comte de Blois. 1
Unknown married Cte Robert "le Fort" DE BLOIS. (Cte Robert "le Fort" DE BLOIS was born Est 820 in Anjou, Blois, Tours, Auxerre, Nevers, France and died on 25 Aug 866 in Brissarthe, Anjou, France.)
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