Person:Ermengarde de Beaumont (1)

Ermengarde de Beaumont
b.Abt 1170
d.12 Feb 1233
m. Abt 1169
  1. Geoffrey de BeaumontAbt 1161 -
  2. Philip De Belo Monte, I1164 -
  3. Constance de BeaumontAbt 1170 - Aft 1236
  4. Ermengarde de BeaumontAbt 1170 - 1233
  5. Raoul de Beaumont, VIII1175 - Abt 1238
Facts and Events
Name Ermengarde de Beaumont
Alt Name Queen Ermangarde of Scotland
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1170
Death? 12 Feb 1233
Burial? Aft 12 Feb 1233 Balermino Abbey, Fife, Scotland
Reference Number? Q2569718?


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Ermengarde de Beaumont (c. 1170 – 11 February 1233) was Queen of Scotland as the wife of King William I. She is reported to have exerted influence over the affairs of state as queen, though the information of her is lacking in detail.

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References
  1. Ermengarde de Beaumont, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   Ermengarde de Beaumont, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.