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Bertrada the Younger, Broadfoot of Laon was born 720 to Caribert of Laon (bef705-bef762) and Bertrada of Cologne (690-aft721) and died 783 of unspecified causes. She married Pepin the Short (714-768) circa 745 JL . Ancestors are from Belgium, Germany.



Children


Offspring of Pepin the Short Carolingian and Bertrada of Laon (720-783)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charlemagne (747-814) <year not a number> Herstal <year not a number> Aachen Himiltrude (c742-c780)
Gerperga
Hildegard (758-783)
Gersuinda (?-?)
Madelgard (?-?)
Fastrada (?-794)
Luitgard (?-800)
Amaltrud of Vienne (?-?)
Regina (c780-?)
Ethelind (?-?)

Carloman (751-771) <year not a number> <year not a number> Samoussy Gerberga

Gisela (757-810) <year not a number> <year not a number>
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Birth about 720; Baptism 12 July 783 - Choicy-au-Bac, F; Died 12 July 783 , age at death: possibly 63 years old

Parents Heribert (Charibert, Hardrad) van LAON (30 years old), birth in 690, died (744/62), Hertog van Laon (743-744) Married to Bertrada (Gisela) von ECHTERNACH (25 years old), birth about 695, died in 737 age at death: possibly 42 years old

Married about 745 to Pepijn III de Korte der Franken , birth about 715 - St. Denis, F, died 24 September 768 - St. Denis, F age at death: possibly 53 years old (parents : Karel Martel 689-741 & Chrotrudis (Rotrude) van TRIER ca 690-724)



Common ancestors of Bertrada of Laon (720-783) and Pepin the Short (714-768)

  1. Ansegisel (c606-bef679)
  2. Arnulf of Metz (582-640)
  3. Pepin of Landen (c580-640)
  4. Saint Begga (615-693)
  5. Saint Doda (586-612)
  6. Saint Itta (-652)

Noteworthy descendants include

  1. Charlemagne (747-814)




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