Person:Eleanor of Normandy (1)

Eleonore _____, de Normandie
d.Aft 1071
m. Abt 1000
  1. _____ du ClareAbt 981 -
  2. Eleonore _____, de Normandie1000 - Aft 1071
  3. _____ Matilda
  4. Richard III _____, Duke of Normandy1000 - 1027
  5. Robert Ier "le Magnifique" de Normandie1000 - 1035
  6. Guillaume de NormandyAbt 1001 - 1025
  7. Adélaïde de NormandieAbt 1002 - Abt 1038
m. Apr 1031
  1. Judith _____, of Flanders, Countess Of NorthumbriaAbt 1037 - 1094
Facts and Events
Name Eleonore _____, de Normandie
Gender Female
Birth? 1000 Normandie, France
Marriage Apr 1031 to Boudewijn IV "met de baard" van Vlaanderen
Death? Aft 1071
Reference Number? Q3173713?


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Eleanor of Normandy (1010 - 1071) was a Countess consort of Flanders.

She was the daughter of Richard II, Duke of Normandy. She was born between the years 1011 and 1013 in Normandy, the daughter of Richard and his wife, Judith of Brittany. She had two sisters and three brothers, including Robert I, Duke of Normandy, whose illegitimate son was William the Conqueror a.k.a. King William I of England. In 1017, when Eleanor was still a child, her mother Judith died. Duke Richard married secondly Poppa of Envermeu, by whom he had two more sons.

In 1031 she married, as his second wife, Baldwin IV, Count of Flanders, who was about 30 years her senior. He had a son and heir, Baldwin, by his first marriage to Ogive of Luxembourg. Eleanor was styled Countess of Flanders upon her marriage to Baldwin, and together they had one daughter:

Eleanor died in Flanders sometime after 1071. Her husband had died in 1035, two years after the birth of their only child.

Despite her common nomenclature it is not certain that Eleanor was her proper name. Eleanor of Aquitaine, who lived a century later (and married as her second husband Henry II of England, the great-great-grandson of Eleanor of Normandy's brother Robert), is the first individual in recorded history known to bear the name Eleanor.

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References
  1.   [ELEONORE] de Normandie., in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.