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He is married to Gisela of Cysoing.

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Child(ren):

  1. Ingeltrude ENGELTRUDE  832-± 874
  2. Heilwig di Friuli  844-± 895 
  3. Adelhard Adelardo de Cysoing  ± 836-> 874 
  4. Gisela di Friuli  ± 845-> 918 
  5. Berengario I Berengar I of Friuli, d·ÄôItalia  ± 845-924 


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St. Eberhard, margrave & duke of Friuli
Italian: sant' Eberardo, marchese e duca del Friuli, French: saint Évrard, marquis et duc de Frioul, German: heilig Eberhard, markgraf von Friaul
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 815
Death:
December 16, 867 (47-56)
Italy
Place of Burial:
Abbey of St Calixtus, Cysoing, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Immediate Family:
Son of Unruoch II, marquis & duke of Friuli and Engeltrude of Paris

Husband of Giséle of Cysoing

Father of Guido Di Friuli; Eberhard; Engeltrude လIngeltrudisဝ; Unrouch III, margrave of Friuli; Rodolf, Abbot of Cysoing and St. Vaast; Berengar I, emperor of the Romans; Adelhard, abbé de Cysoing; Alpais; Heilwis de Frioul; Gisela, abbadessa di S. Salvatore di Brescia; Judith of Friuli and N.N.

Brother of Berenger, duke of Septimania; NN; Adalhard, abbé de Saint-Bertin and NN

Links to additional material:
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORTHERN%20ITALY%20900-1100.htm#EberhardDukeFriuliadied866
http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per09445.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_the_Pious
http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=5959
http://www.manfred-hiebl.de/genealogie-mittelalter/unruochinger/eberhard_markgraf_von_friaul_866/eberhard_markgraf_von_friaul_+_866.html

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORTHERN%20ITALY%20900-1100.htm#_Toc442430254

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eberhard_of_Friuli

Eberhard (c. 815 ·Äì 16 December 867) was the Frankish Duke of Friuli from 846. His name is alternatively spelled Everard, Evrard, Erhard, or Eberard; in Latinized fashion, Everardus, Eberardus, or Eberhardus. He wrote his own name "Evvrardus".He was an important political, military, and cultural figure in the Carolingian Empire during his lifetime. He kept a large library, commissioned works of Latin literature from Lupus Servatus and Sedulius Scottus, and maintained a correspondence with the theologians and church leaders Gottschalk, Rabanus Maurus, and Hincmar.

Marriage and life at Cysoing
In return for his services, the emperor Louis the Pious gave Count Evrard the highest honor possible: the hand of his (acknowledged) daughter, the Princess Gisèle, in marriage.
Gisèle, a woman of piety and virtue, was the daughter of Louis le Débonaire and his second wife, the empress Judith. Among the rich domains the Princess brought with her in her dowry, Count Evrard found the fisc of Cysoing. One gives the name fisc, in this age, to large, rural properties separate from the royal domains; that is, to sorts of farms with a residence for the master and homes for settlers. The Royal Fisc of Cysoing, situated at the center of the country of Pèvele, was one of the most beautiful in the region. The stay seemed so agreeable to Saint Evrard and the Princess Gisèle that they made it one of their regular residences.
Already, in the century before (in 752), the little hamlet established on the royal fisc of Cysoing has been made famous through the martyrdom of Saint Arnoul. Saint Arnoul, a courageous warrior, who was, it is said, the father of Godefroid, Bishop of Cambrai-Arras, had been attached to the court of a noble lord, his relative. "His virtues and his merits were so radiant that God accorded his prayers more than one miracle during his life. He became even more glorious through his martyrdom." He was so devoted to his master that he eventually died for him thus attaining martyrdom. Saint Arnoul was already honored at Cysoing when Saint Evrard and Princess Gisèle went to take possession of their domain. His relics were conserved there. Cysoing therefore had a church, or less a chapel that was without doubt the same chapel as the royal fisc.
Saint Evrard, at Cysoing, had a chaplain named Walgaire. They (Evrard and Gisèle) decided to found a monastery at Cysoing. The project was long and difficult, and was not complete at the time of Evrard's or Gisèle's deaths. The monastery was initially made in honor of Saint Saveur and Mary (mother of Jesus). The religious lived there under canon law in a community with all the rigors of the cloister. Their special function was singing solemnly in the church. They maintained public prayer. Saint Evrard was known to enjoy singing with the choir. After his later campaigns in the defense of Italy, the remains of Pope Callixtus I were re-interred in the Abbey at Cysoing.

Eberhard was from an illustrious Frankish family, though his parentage is debated.[2] His marriage to the daughter of Emperor Louis the Pious cemented his eminent position at the Frankish court.
Children (with Gisela, daughter of Louis the Pious) Eberhard (c. 837 ဓ 840) Ingeltrude (837 or 840 ဓ 870), possibly married Henry, Margrave of the Franks Unruoch III (c. 840 ဓ 874) Bèrenger (c. 845 ဓ 924), King of Italy Adélard (d. 874) Rudolf (d. 892) Heilwise (b. 860) Gisèle (d. 863) Judith of Friuli (died ca. 881), first married Arnulf I of Bavaria, second married Conrad II of Auxerre Disputed parentage
Paternity theories His father was Unruoch II. "His father was Berengar, the son of Count Unroch." "After other authors, Unroch, the grandfather of Saint Evrard, should have been the Duke of Frioul." "Alas, some have written that Saint Evrard had for his father Carloman I, the brother of Charlemagne." "His grandfather was, it is said, the Count Unroch who was leaving the court of Charlemagne and signatory to the will of the emperor."
Maternity theories His mother was Engeltron of Paris, a daughter of Begue, Count of Paris. "As for his mother, she was, Buzelin says, the daughter of Didier, king of the Lombards."

Eberhard (aka Saint Évrard) de Ternois was the son of Unruoch and wife Engeltrude. Alternate spellings of his name are: Everard, Evrard, Erhard, Eberhard, or Eberard. He spelled it, "Evvrardus".He was born between 805 and 810 and died in Italy December 16, 866. He was buried at Cysoing, Abbey of St Calixtus. This birth date is estimated on the basis of his marriage in 836. He was a nobleman, a soldier, a scholar and a holy man.
He took his education at the Palace School founded by Charlemagne and organized by Alcuin, where he studied from the medieval programs known as the trivium and the quadrivium. There he got a taste of the letters and sciences, at the same time that he developed his famous piety. He kept a large library, commissioned works of Latin literature from Lupus Servatus and Sedulius Scottus, and maintained a correspondence with the noted theologians and church leaders Gottschalk, Rabanus Maurus, and Hincmar.
Eberhard is credited with repelling the invasion of the Bulgarian Slavs in 826/827 and for this, he received in 828the March of Friulia from Emperor Lothaire I, becoming Eberhard, Duke of the March of Friulia (o.e. Duke of Friuli). He swore allegiance to the emperor Charles the Bald in 864. Around 826/827 to repel an invasion of the Bulgarians in Italy.
He married Gisela, daughter of Emperor Louis the Pious and his second wife, Judith of Bavaria. Gisela was born between 819 and 822, and died after July 1, 874, and is buried at Cysoing, Abbey of St Calixtus. Depending on the source cited, they had seven to eleven children. Those best documented are listed below.
As part of her dowry, Gisela brought to the marriage the fisc of Cysoing. A fisc, in that era, meant large, rural properties separate from the royal domains. Cysoing was situated at the center of the country of Pèvele, in what today is the French-Belgian border. In the previous century, Cysoing had been the site of the martyrdom of Saint Arnoul. Arnoul's relics were in the small church there. Eberhard and Gisela established a monastery there, later known as Cysoing Abbey.
Eberhard and Gisela used their wealth to relieve the poor and to found churches, chapels, and later the French abbey of Cysoing. A conscientious father, Eberhard gave much attention to his children·Äôs religious and moral formation. He had a special love for the relics of saints. For Cysoing Abbey, he obtained from Rome the body of Pope Saint Callistus I (+222), which was thereupon carried from Italy to France on the shoulders of several priests. Miraculous healings and reconciliations of enemies occurred along the route of this cortege. In his will, Eberhard bequeathed a large number of religious objects, including vestments, thuribles, candlesticks, liturgical books, and prayer books, one of which was a Psalter bearing his signature that is now in the Vatican Library.
.These are the children of Eberhard and Gisela, as recognized by the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy (MedLands):
EBERHARD (837-before 20 Jun 840), died before his third birthday.
ENGELTRUDE (837-after 874). Buried at Cysoing. Scholar Eckhardt suggests that Ingeltrudis was the wife of Heinrich dux [alte Babenberger], who died in 886. However, this appears impossible chronologically given that Heinrich's daughter Hedwig gave birth to her third child in 876.
UNRUOCH (840-after 1 Jul874). Received the territories of Lombard and Alammian by right of primogeniture. He succeeded his father in 866 as UNRUOCH Marchese di Friulia. According to Europäische Stammtafeln, the wife of Unruoch was the possible daughter of Liutfried, based solely on her name being the same as that of her supposed paternal grandmother. The primary source which confirms the name of Unruoch's wife has not yet been identified.
RUDOLF (d. May 892). He was invested as lay Abbot of Cysoing and St Vaast at Arras by Carloman King of the West Franks in 883 and charged with the defence of the counties of Artois and Ternois. After his death, his lands were seized by Baudouin II Count of Flanders
BERENGAR (c.840-murdered Verona 7 Apr 924). He succeeded his brother in 874 as BERENGARIO I Marchese di Friulia. He was elected in 888 as BERENGARIO I King of Italy, supported principally by the German faction in Italy. He was defeated by Guido of Spoleto in 889. He re-emerged as sole king in Italy in 898 after the death of Lambert of Spoleto. Louis King of Provence was elected as king of Italy in 900, with support particularly from Anscario Marchese d'Ivrea. Berengario defeated Louis twice, the second time conclusively in 905 when he had his rival blinded. He was crowned Emperor BERENGAR at Rome in 916. He allied himself with the Hungarians to defeat Rudolf II King of Upper Burgundy, who emerged as another rival candidate for the Italian throne, but was later forced back to Verona by Rudolf, and finally defeated by him at Firenzuola 29 Jul 923. Berengario returned to Verona with the intention of calling for further help from the Hungarians, who meanwhile had burned Pavia. He was murdered at Verona soon after. Married (1) BERTILA di Spoleto, daughter of SUPPO II Duke of Spoleto & his wifeShe was executed for alleged adultery. He married (2) ANNA, parentage unknown. Her marriage is confirmed by the charter dated 920.
ADALHARD (died after 1 Jul 874). He was bequeathed property in Cisonio et Cansinium.
ALPAIS Died young and was buried at Cysoing. The primary source which confirms her existence has not yet been identified.
HEILWIG (-after 895). She married (1) HUCBALD Comte [d'Ostrevant], which is confirmed by the Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines. She married (2) ROGER [I] Comte de Laon. Her second marriage is shown in Europäische Stammtafeln but the primary source on which this is based has not been identified.
GISELA (-Apr 863). Nun at San Salvatore at Brescia.
JUDITH (-after [874]).
Medlands includes this daughter as speculative
[daughter] . Wegener] speculates that the wife of Arnulf Duke of Bavaria was the daughter of Eberhard Duke of the March of Friulia, ostensibly for onomastic reasons on the basis of the transmission of the names Eberhard and Judith into the Luitpoldinger family, used first for Duke Arnulf's children. If this is correct, she must have been the daughter Judith named in her parents´s testament. However, from a chronological point of view, it is unlikely that the wife of Arnulf Duke of Bavaria was the daughter of Duke Eberhard. The latter's children must have been born between 840 and 860, whereas Duke Arnulf's children were probably born between 910 and 930, suggesting that their mother was born between 880-890].
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http://www.american-pictures.com/genealogy/persons/per09445.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_the_Pious
http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=5959
http://www.manfred-hiebl.de/genealogie-mittelalter/unruochinger/eberhard_markgraf_von_friaul_866/eberhard_markgraf_von_friaul_+_866.html

Disputed parentage
Paternity theories
·Ä¢His father was¬â€ Unruoch II.[4]
·Ä¢"His father was¬â€ Berengar, the son of Count¬â€ Unroch."[2]
·Ä¢"After other authors,¬â€ Unroch, the grandfather of Saint Evrard, should have been the Duke of Frioul."[2]
·Ä¢"Alas, some have written that Saint Evrard had for his father¬â€ Carloman I, the brother of¬â€ Charlemagne."[2]
·Ä¢"His grandfather was, it is said, the Count¬â€ Unroch¬â€ who was leaving the court of¬â€ Charlemagne¬â€ and signatory to the will of the emperor."[2]
Maternity theories
·Ä¢His mother was¬â€ Engeltron of Paris, a daughter of¬â€ Begue,¬â€ Count¬â€ of¬â€ Paris.[4]
·Ä¢"As for his mother, she was,¬â€ Buzelin¬â€ says, the daughter of¬â€ Didier, king of the¬â€ Lombards."[2]

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