Hildegard Carolingian, Abbess of Notre Dame de Loan, was born 802 in Maine to Louis the Pious (778-840) and Ermengarde of Hesbaye (c778-818) and died Error: Invalid time. of unspecified causes. She married Rather de Limoges (?-841) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Belgium, Germany.
She had no known children.

In some traditions, she remarried after her husband's death to Baldwin of Kleve and Teisterbant and produced a son Robert. This is unlikely given Hildegard's age at Gerard's death, and her own death soon after.[1]

Namesakes of Hildegard (c802-841)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Hildegard (864-?)Louis the Stammerer (846-879)Ansgarde of Burgundy (826-c881)
Hildegard (c802-841)MaineLouis the Pious (778-840)Ermengarde of Hesbaye (c778-818)Rather de Limoges (?-841)
Hildegard (878-895)Louis the Younger (830-882)Luitgard von Sachsen (c845-885)
Hildegarde (783-783)Thionville, FranceCharlemagne (747-814)Hildegard (758-783)
Hildegard (856-?)Charles the Bald (823-877)Ermentrude d'Orléans (830-869)
Hildegard (828-c856)Louis the German (c806-876)Hemma of Altdorf (808-876)

Footnotes (including sources)

  1. ^ Karel de Grote even claims that Robert was born well before Hildegard's first marriage, let alone the second one that would have produced this son.