Person:Ramon Berenger (1)

Ramon Berenger, IV, Count of Barcelona "The Saint"
d.6 Aug 1162 Piemonte, Italy
m. 3 Feb 1112
  1. Ramon Berenger, IV, Count of Barcelona "The Saint"1113 - 1162
  2. Berenguer Ramon _____, Count of Provence1115 - 1144
  3. Bernat de Barcelona1116 - Aft 1117
  4. Berenguela of Barcelona1116 - 1149
  5. Jimena de Barcelona1118 - Aft 1136
  6. Estefania de BarcelonaAbt 1118 -
  7. Almodis de BarcelonaAbt 1126 - Aft 1175
  8. Mahalta de Barcelona
  • HRamon Berenger, IV, Count of Barcelona "The Saint"1113 - 1162
  • WPetronila of Aragon1135 - 1174
m. 11 Aug 1137
  1. Alfonso II of Aragon1152 - 1196
  2. Peter of Aragon1152 - 1157
  3. Aldonza Of BarcelonaAbt 1156 - 1198
  4. Ramon Berenguer III _____, Count of ProvenceAbt 1158 - 1181
  5. Dulce BerenguerAbt 1159 - 1198
  6. Sancho _____, Count of Provence1161 - 1223
  • HRamon Berenger, IV, Count of Barcelona "The Saint"1113 - 1162
m.
  1. Berenguer of Barcelona1140 - 1212
Facts and Events
Name Ramon Berenger, IV, Count of Barcelona "The Saint"
Alt Name[2] Ramón Berenguer IV _____, Count of Barcelona
Gender Male
Birth[2] 1113 Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain
Marriage 11 Aug 1137 to Petronila of Aragon
Alt Marriage 11 Aug 1137 Aragón, Spainto Petronila of Aragon
Other 1151 marriage confirmed
with Petronila of Aragon
Marriage Cohabitation?
to Unknown
Death? 6 Aug 1162 Piemonte, Italy
Alt Death[2] 6 Aug 1162 San Dalmacio near Turin
Burial[2] Monastery of Ripoll
Reference Number? Q319439?


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Ramon Berenguer IV (; c. 1114 – 6 August 1162, Anglicized Raymond Berengar IV), sometimes called 'the Saint', was the Count of Barcelona who brought about the union of his County of Barcelona with the Kingdom of Aragon to form the Crown of Aragon.

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References
  1.   Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia
    Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Barcelona.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 RAMÓN BERENGUER IV Count of Barcelona, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.