Person:Judith of Flanders (1)

Judith , Princess of Flanders
b.0843 France
Facts and Events
Name Judith , Princess of Flanders
Gender Female
Birth? 0843 France
Marriage 1 Oct 856 Verberie, Oise, Franceto Æthelwulf , King of Wessex
Marriage 858 to Æthelbald of Wessex
Marriage 13 Dec 0863 Auxerre, Yonne, Bourgogne, Franceto Baldwin I , Count of Flanders
Other  Refuted child?: Winilda Flanders (1)  
with Baldwin I , Count of Flanders
Death? 0870 Vlaanderen, Belgium
Ancestral File Number 9G61-WN
Other[1] House of Carolingian


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Judith of Flanders (or Judith of France) ( 843 – c. 870) was the eldest daughter of the Frankish King and Holy Roman Emperor Charles the Bald and his wife Ermentrude of Orléans. Through her marriages to two Kings of Wessex, Æthelwulf and Æthelbald, she was twice a queen. Her first two marriages were childless, but through her third marriage to Baldwin, she became the first Countess of Flanders and an ancestress of later Counts of Flanders. One of her sons by Baldwin married Ælfthryth, a daughter of Æthelbald's brother, Alfred the Great. She was also an ancestress of Matilda of Flanders, the consort of William the Conqueror, and thus of later monarchs of England.

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  5.   KdG reeks 2 van der Meijden.
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