m. 11 Jul 1110
Facts and Events
He was born Foulque of Anjou, and was known as Fulk the Younger (Foulque le Jeune). Plantagenêt was not used as the family name until the fifteenth century.
Fulk became Count of Anjou upon his father's death in 1109. He abdicated in favor of his son in 1129 to go to the Holy Land. There he became King of Jerusalem, by right of his second wife.