Mahaut de Louvain was born circa 1001 to Lambert I de Louvain (950-1015) and Gerberga of Lower Lorraine (c975-1018) and died circa 1049 of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany.


Offspring of Mahaut de Louvain and Eustache I de Boulogne (c995-1049)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Eustache II de Boulogne (?-1087) 1017 1087 Goda of England (1004-1055)
Ide de Verdun (c1040-1113)

Godefroy de Boulogne (?-1095) 1095
Lambert II de Lens (?-1054) 1054 Adelaide of Normandy (c1026-c1090)

Gerberge de Boulogne (?-1049) 1049 Friedrich von Luxemburg (1003-1065)

Some sources[1] list an additional daughter, Ida, who would have been married to King Baldwin II of Jerusalem. This is unlikely.[2]

Common ancestors of Mahaut de Louvain (c1001-c1049) and Eustache I de Boulogne (c995-1049)

  1. Herbert II de Vermandois (884-943)
  2. Hildebranda of France (895-931)

Footnotes (including sources)

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