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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Heinrich V Conan Duke Of Brittany Born: Married: 7 Jan 1114 at Mainz, Rheinhessen, Hesse Darmstadt, Germany Died: 1148 [4] Father: Alan Duke Of Brittany Mother: Ermengardis D'' Anjou Duchess Of Aquitaine
WIFE
Name: Matilda Beauclerc Of Scotland Note Born: 5 Aug 1102 at Winchester, London, Middlesex, England Died: 10 Sep 1167 at Notre Dame, , Rouen, France Other Spouses: Heinrich V Henry V Of Germany Holy Roman Emperor Geoffrey V "le Plantagenet Count Of Anjou & Count Geoffrey V Le Plantagenet Of Anjou Father: Henry I Mother: Unknown
CHILDREN
Name: Bertha Of Brittany Born: Died: Bef 1167
SOURCES
4). June Ferguson s Royalty GED
NOTES
2). 1 NAME Maud 1 UPDA 2 PLAC Queen of ENGLAND House of Anjou. Reigned 7 months, never crowned. Henry 1, made the Barons accept Matilda as his heir, to become Queen when he died following the death of Prince William in 1120. This did not happen as most of the Barons would not have Matilda as their Queen. They chose her cousin, Stephen 1135 1154 .Matilda tried to get the throne and civil war broke out between barons who supported Stephen and the barons who supported Matilda.She never got the throne and England suffered because of the war. Also the barons became more powerful and built their own castles without the King s permission. Declared heiress presumptive in 1126, disputed the throne with Stephen. She was possibly a twin with William Duke of Normandy . Had three sons, of whom the eldest later became King Henry II.

						

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