Person:Herbert Ier de Vermandois (1)

Herbert Ier de Vermandois,
b.Abt 850
d.Bet 900 and 6 Nov 907
  1. Bernard _____, du LaonnaisEst 845 - Bef 893
  2. Unknown daughter of Pepin
  3. Herbert Ier de Vermandois,Abt 850 - Bet 900 & 907
  4. Pepin de Vermandois, IIAbt 876 -
m. Est 875
  1. Beatrice de VermandoisEst 880 - Aft 931
  2. Herbert II de VermandoisEst 880 - 943
  3. Adela de VermandoisEst 895 -
  4. Cunigundis de VermandoisEst 895 - Aft 943
Facts and Events
Name[10] Herbert Ier de Vermandois,
Alt Name[7][2][3] Heribert I de Vermandois, Count of Vermandois and Senlis
Gender Male
Birth[7][10] Abt 850 House of Herbertien
Marriage Est 875 to Leutgarde de Troyes
Death[7][10] Bet 900 and 6 Nov 907 Murdered
Reference Number[1] Q961145?

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Herbert I of Vermandois (c. 848/850 – 907), Count of Vermandois, Count of Meaux, Count of Soissons, and lay abbot of Saint Quentin. He was a Carolingian aristocrat who played a significant role in Francia.

Herbert was the son of Pepin of Vermandois. Herbert became count of Soissons before 889 and was probably charged with defending the Oise against Viking intrusions. A contemporary of Baldwin II, Count of Flanders he had the advantage of being a Carolingian, a great-grandson of Pepin of Italy, a son of Charlemagne. Herbert controlled both St. Quentin and Péronne and his activities in the upper Somme river valley, such as the capture and murder (rather than ransom) of his brother Raoul in 896, may have caused Baldwin II to have him assassinated in 907.

Herbert arranged a marriage alliance to Robert of Neustria by giving in marriage his daughter Beatrice as Robert's second wife. As a part of this pact Herbert also agreed to his son Herbert II of Vermandois marrying Adela, Robert's daughter by his first wife.

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    b abt 840, murdered aft 900

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    Herbert Ier de Vermandois, seigneur de Péronne et de Saint-Quentin, né vers 850 et mort entre 900 et 907. Il fut en 888 comte de Meaux, de Madrie, du Vexin, de Mézerais, en 896 comte de Vermandois et abbé de Saint-Quentin, puis vers 896-898 comte de Soissons et abbé de Saint-Crépin, jusqu'à sa mort1. Il était fils de Pépin, petit-fils de Bernard, roi d'Italie.