Person:Drogo of Mantes (1)

Drogo of Mantes
b.Est 996 France
m. Est 974
  1. Unknown de ValoisEst 975 -
  2. Raoul III de VexinEst 985 - 1060
  3. Drogo of MantesEst 996 - 1035
  4. Foulques de MantesEst 1000 -
m. Bef 1026
  1. Adele de Mantes
  2. Ralph the Timid _____1026 - 1057
  3. Walter III de Vexin1030 - 1063
Facts and Events
Name[1] Drogo of Mantes
Alt Name[2] Dreux de Mantes
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 996 France
Marriage Bef 1026 to Goda of England
Death[1] 1035 Bithynia, Turkey
Reference Number? Q727996?

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Drogo of Mantes (996–1035) (In French: Dreux de Vexin) was the count of Valois and the Vexin in the early eleventh century from 1027 to his death. His capital was Mantes, thus his byname. He married Goda, daughter of King Ethelred the Unready of England and Queen Emma of Normandy and the sister of King Edward the Confessor. Their sons were Walter (Gautier) III, Count of the Vexin, and Ralph the Timid, earl of Hereford.

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