He is married to Ava d'Auxerre.
They got married.
Gâ©rard II, count of Roussillon is your 35th great grandfather.
¬â ¬â ·Üí¬â Geneva Allene Welborn¬â
your mother¬â ·Üí¬â Alice Elmyra Smith¬â
her mother¬â ·Üí¬â Nellie Mary Henley¬â
her mother¬â ·Üí¬â John Merrit Wooldridge¬â
her father¬â ·ÜíMerritt Wooldridge¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Chesley Wooldridge¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Edward Wooldridge, Jr.¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Mary Wooldridge¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Mary Flournoy¬â
her mother¬â ·ÜíJane Gower¬â
her mother¬â ·Üí¬â William Hatcher¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Mary Hatcher¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Robert Smythe, Sir¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Thomas "Customer" Smythe, MP¬â
his father¬â ·ÜíJohn Smythe, Esq., of Corsham¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Isabel Smythe¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Sir John de Neville, Earl of Northumberland¬â
her father¬â ·ÜíRichard Neville, 5th Earl of Salisbury¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Joan Beaufort, Countess of Westmorland¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster¬â
her father¬â ·ÜíPhilippa of Hainault, Queen consort of England¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â William III, count of Holland¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Phillipa, countess of Luxembourg¬â
his mother¬â ·ÜíHenry van Luxemburg, duke of Limburg¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Ermesinde de Namur, countess of Luxembourg¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Agnes of Guelders¬â
her mother¬â ·ÜíHendrik I, count of Guelders¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Ermengarde of Zutphen¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Otto II, graaf van Zâºtphen¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Adelheid van Zutphen¬â
his mother¬â ·ÜíLiudolf, Count of Zutphen¬â
her father¬â ·Üí¬â Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lotharingia¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Hedwig van Rhein¬â
his mother¬â ·Üí¬â Manegold I, Graf von Dillingen¬â
her father¬â ·ÜíHucbald von Dillingen, Graf von Dillingen und Donauwâârth¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Hucbald, count of Ostrevant¬â
his father¬â ·Üí¬â Gâ©rard II, count of Roussillon¬â
Gâ©rard de Roussillon, comte de Roussillon
Roussillon, Isere, Rhone-Alpes, France
between 875 and 879¬â (61-73)¬â
Avignon, Vaucluse, Provence-Alpes-Câ¥te d'Azur, France
Place of Burial:
Son of¬â Leuthard I, count of Fâ©zensac¬â and¬â Grimhildis¬â
Husband of¬â Berthude de Rousillon;¬â Bertha of Tours¬â and¬â Ava d'Auxerre¬â
Father of¬â Eve de Morvois;¬â Ava de Roussillon;¬â Theudric¬â and¬â Hucbald, count of Ostrevant¬â
Brother of¬â Adalard "le Sâ©nâ©chal"¬â and¬â Ingeltrude of The Franks of Orleans¬â
GERARD [II] (-[11 Feb or 4 Mar] 874, bur Avignon). His parentage is confirmed by his testament under which "Gerardus [comes]" names "coniugis meâ¶·Ä¶Berthâ¶·Ä¶genitoribus atque parentibus·Ä¶Luthardi et Grimildis atque·Ä¶Hugonis et Bavâ¶·Ä¶filiis et filiabus ipsorum" and "consanguinitate, affinitate et propinquitate etiam nobis junctis, id est Leufredi et Adalardi Comitum", and which is signed by "Gerardi comitis, Bertâ¶ coniugis·Ä¶Evâ¶ filiâ¶ ipsorum". Emperor Lothar confirmed a donation of property "in pago Arduennensi sitam·Ä¶Villantia" to the abbey of Prâºm by "Richardus quondam comes·Ä¶per Biuinum fratrem suum, et Gerardum et Basinum qui et Tancredus comites" by charter dated 12 Nov 842, although it is not known whether this is the same Gerard. However, as both Gerard and the descendants of Bivin were associated with Provence, it is possible that their association started earlier in the Ardennes. Comte de Vienne. Emperor Lothar returned property to the church of Lyon, at the request of ·ÄúGerardus·Ä¶comes atque marchio·Äù, by charter dated to . A document issued by Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks dated Nov 853 names "Folcoinus episcopus, Adalgarius, Engilscalcus et Berengarius" as missi in "comitatu Berengarii, Engilscalchi, Gerardi et in comitatibus Reginarii", although it is not known whether this count Gerard is the same as the one named in the other references listed below. "Karoli rex, Hlotharii augusti filius" confirmed the privileges of the church of Villeurbane in favour of the church of Lyon at the request of "comes et parens noster ac nutritor Girardus" by charter dated 10 Oct 856. The precise relationship between Comte Gâ©rard and the Carolingian monarchs has not been established. Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks confirmed the foundation of the monastery "in pago Avalensi in parrochia Augustudunensis civitatis in loco·Ä¶Virziliacus" by "Gerardus·Ä¶comes", with the consent of "coniugis sue Berthâ¶", by charter dated 6 Jan 868. The Chronico Vezeliacensi records that "Comes Girardus fundator hujus loci" died in 847 and was buried "apud Avinionem civitatem suam", although this year is incorrect. The 13th century obituary of the Eglise primatiale de Lyon records the death "III Non" of "Geraldus comes". The necrology of the abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prâ©s records the death "IV Non Mar" of "Gerardi comitis". m BERTA, daughter of HUGUES Comte de Tours & his wife Ava --- (-[6 Nov] 877). Pope John VIII recalls "Gerardus comes·Ä¶cum Berta quondam conjuge sua" as founders of the monastery referred to in his letter. Her parentage is confirmed by her husband's testament under which "Gerardus [comes]" names "coniugis meâ¶·Ä¶Berthâ¶·Ä¶genitoribus atque parentibus·Ä¶Luthardi et Grimildis atque·Ä¶Hugonis et Bavâ¶·Ä¶filiis et filiabus ipsorum". Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks confirmed the foundation of the monastery "in pago Avalensi in parrochia Augustudunensis civitatis in loco·Ä¶Virziliacus" by "Gerardus·Ä¶comes", with the consent of "coniugis sue Berthâ¶", by charter dated 6 Jan 868. The Chronico Vezeliacensi records that "Berta comitissa hujus loci fundatrix" died in 844 and was buried "apud Pulterias", although the year is incorrect. The 13th century obituary of the Eglise primatiale de Lyon records the death "VIII Id Nov" of "Berta comitissa". Gâ©rard [II] & his wife had one child:
.i) EVA . The testament of "Gerardus [comes]" is signed by "Gerardi comitis, Bertâ¶ coniugis·Ä¶Evâ¶ filiâ¶ ipsorum".
Girart de Roussillon, also called Girard, Gâ©rard II, Gyrart de Vienne, and Girart de Fraite, (c. 810·Äì877/879?) was a Burgundian chief who became Count of Paris in 837, and embraced the cause of Lothair I against Charles the Bald. He was a son of Leuthard I, Count of Fâ©zensac and of Paris, and his wife Grimildis.
Girart is not described as being from Roussillon in authentic historical sources. The placename in his title is derived from a castle he built on Mont Lassois, near Vix and Châ¢tillon-sur-Seine (Câ¥te-d'Or).
Girart de Roussillon¬â also is an epic figure in the cycle of Carolingian romances, collectively known as the Matter of France. In the genealogy of the cycle·Äôs legendary heroes, Girart is a son of Doon de Mayence and appears in the various irreconcilable events.
Gerard de Roussillon was born Abt. 785.
He married Berthe de Tours Abt. 810, daughter of Hugh or Hugues (Le Mefiant) d'Alsace and Ava de Tours.
Child of Gerard de Roussillon and Berthe de Tours:
+Eva or Eve de Roussillon, b. Abt. 830
name: Gerard Roussillon Count of Paris (AFN: 30DS-B5D) sexo: male defunci√≥n: n√∫mero de CD: 0
Padres Padre: Leuthard de Alsace (AFN: 30MR-V9K) madre: Grimildis de Aquitaine (AFN: 30MR-XCB)
Matrimonios (1) c√≥nyuge: Bertha de Tours (AFN: 30DS-868)
Ocultar hijos (1)
hijo 1: Eva Roussillon (AFN: 300B-3J9) sexo: female nacimiento: 0828 defunci√≥n:
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Cita de este registro "Ancestral File," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/9SY1-CTX¬â : accessed 2014-05-10), entry for Gerard Roussillon Count of Paris.