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Godefroy I the Bearded de Louvain, Count of Louvain, was born circa 1060 to Henri II de Louvain (1020-1078) and Adela van Betuwe (1027-aft1086) and died 25 January 1139 of unspecified causes. He married Ide de Chiny (1078-c1117) 1099 JL . He married Clemence de Bourgogne (1078-1129) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany.




Children


Offspring of Godefroy I de Louvain and Ide de Chiny (1078-c1117)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Godefroy II de Louvain (1107-1142) <year not a number> <year not a number> Liutgard von Sulzbach (1109-1163)

Adeliza of Leuven (1103-1151) <year not a number> Leuven, Flemish Brabant, Flanders, Belgium <year not a number> Belgium (Affligem Abbey) Henry I of England (1068-1135)
William of Aubigny (1100-1176)

Ide de Louvain (c1105-1162) <year not a number> <year not a number> Arnold I. von Kleve (c1100-1147)

Clarisse de Louvain (?-1140)
Henri de Louvain (?-?)

Offspring of Godefroy I de Louvain and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Jocelin de Louvain (?-?)

Namesakes of Godefroy I de Louvain (1060-1139)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Godefroy II de Louvain (1107-1142)Godefroy I de Louvain (1060-1139)Ide de Chiny (1078-c1117)Liutgard von Sulzbach (1109-1163)
Godefroy III de Louvain (c1140-1190)Godefroy II de Louvain (1107-1142)Liutgard von Sulzbach (1109-1163)Margaretha van Limburg (1135-1172) + Imagina de Looz (-c1190)
Godefroy I de Louvain (1060-1139)Henri II de Louvain (1020-1078)Adela van Betuwe (1027-aft1086)Ide de Chiny (1078-c1117) + Clemence de Bourgogne (1078-1129)




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