Bertrade De Montfort
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Seigneur Simon De Montfort I
(Abt 1025-1087)
Agnes D'Evreux
(Abt 1030-)
Bertrade De Montfort


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1. King Philippe I
2. Geoffrey IV Comte D' Anjou Count

Bertrade De Montfort

  • Born: 1060, Montfort, Eure, France
  • Marriage (1): King Philippe I on 15 May 1092 in Ile DE France, France
  • Marriage (2): Geoffrey IV Comte D' Anjou Count in 1089 in France
  • Died: 14 Feb 1117, Fontevrault, , Pays de la Loire, France at age 57

bullet   Another name for Bertrade was Bertrade De Montfort.

bullet   Ancestral File Number: 9HPV-WQ.


Bertrade married King Philippe I, son of King Henry Capet I and Princess Anna Yaroslavana of Kiev, on 15 May 1092 in Ile DE France, France. (King Philippe I was born before 23 May 1052-1053 in Reims, Marne, France, died on 29 Jul 1108 in Melun, Seine-Et-Marne, France and was buried in St-Benoit-Sur-Loire, Loiret, France.)


Bertrade next married Geoffrey IV Comte D' Anjou Count, son of Geoffroy II "Ferreol" D' Gatinois Count and Ermengarde Anjou Countess Of Gatinois, in 1089 in France. The marriage ended in divorce. (Geoffrey IV Comte D' Anjou Count was born in 1043 in Anjou, , Rhône-Alpes, France and died on 14 Apr 1109 in Anjou, , Rhône-Alpes, France.)


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