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Ancêtres (et descendants) de Guillaume William "the Great" de Toulouse of Gellone


Famille de Guillaume William "the Great" de Toulouse of Gellone count of Toulouse

(1) Il est marié avec Guibour Witburga of Hornbach.

Ils se sont mariés.


Enfant(s):

  1. Garnier Guarner de Toulouse de Tolosa  ± 770-± 845 
  2. Bertha de Toulouse  ± 777-810 
  3. Rotlinde de Gellone  785-± 820 
  4. Bernard Bernat I de Septimanie Septim√†nia  ± 800-844 


(2) Il est marié avec Cunegonda de Austria.

Ils se sont mariés.


Enfant(s):

  1. Bernard Bernat I de Septimanie Septim√†nia  ± 800-844 


Notes par Guillaume William "the Great" de Toulouse of Gellone count of Toulouse



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St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse is your 32nd great grandfather.
You
¬â€ ¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Henry Marvin Welborn
your father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Emma Corine Welborn (Bombard)
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Emma Elizabeth Free / Bombard
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Isabelle Pridgen (Bynum)
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Robert W Bynum
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Elizabeth Bynum
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Lydia Mitchell
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Jonathan Wheeler, I
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Martha Wheeler (Salisbury)
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ William Salisbury
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ William Salisbury, of Denbigh & Swansea
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ John Salisbury, of Denbigh
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Lady Ursula Salusbury
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Jane Halsall, of Knowsley
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Jane Osbaldeston
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Elizabeth Beaumont
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ unknown Harington, heiress of Hornby
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Robert de Neville, of Hornby
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Margaret de Neville, Hornby
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Elena FitzWilliam
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Adela (Ela) de Warenne, Concubine #1 of John "Lackland" of England
her mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Hamelin de Warenne, 4th Earl of Surrey
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Geoffroy V, Count of Anjou, Maine and Mortain
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Fulk V, King of Jerusalem
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Fulk IV "The Surly", count of Anjou
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Geoffrey II "Ferr√©ol", count of G√¢tinais
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Beatrice of M√¢con
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Aubry II, comte de M√¢con
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Li√©taud I, comte de M√¢con
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Attala "Tolosana" de Septimanie
his mother¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Raculf, Vicomte de M√¢con
her father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Bernard Plantapilosa, Count of Toulouse
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ Bernard I, duc de Septimanie
his father¬â€ ·Üí¬â€ St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse
his father

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St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse is your 33rd great grandfather.
You¬â€  ·Üí Marvin "Toad" Henry Welborn, Jr.
your father ·Üí Heny Marvin Welborn, Sr.
his father ·Üí Calhoun H. Welborn
his father ·Üí Sarah Elizabeth Dikes
his mother ·Üí Benjamin Franklin Dykes, II
her father ·Üí William Dykes, Sr.
his father ·Üí George Dykes, Sr.
his father ·Üí Edward George Dykes
his father ·Üí Edward Dykes
his father ·Üí Thomas Dykes
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his father ·Üí Leonard Dykes
his father ·Üí Isabelle Dykes
his mother ·Üí Mary Pennington
her mother ·Üí Mary Hudleston
her mother ·Üí Joan Fenwick
her mother ·Üí Sir William Leigh, MP
her father ·Üí Margaret De Leigh
his mother ·Üí William De Moulton
her father ·Üí Hubert de Moulton
his father ·Üí Thomas III de Multon, of Gillesland
his father ·Üí Ada de Morville
his mother ·Üí Helewise de Stuteville
her mother ·Üí Robert de Stuteville IV, Sheriff of Yorkshire, Lord of Cottingham
her father ·Üí Lady Erneburge de Stuteville
his mother ·Üí Hugh Fitz Baldric, Saxon Thane of Cowsby
her father ·Üí Margravine Eilika Fitzbaldric
his mother ·Üí Gerberga of Gleiberg
her mother ·Üí Count Heribert of Bretagne, Graf im Kinziggau
her father ᆒ Cunégonde de Vermandois
his mother ᆒ Héribert I, count of Vermandois
her father ·Üí Rothaide de Bobbio
his mother ·Üí Rotlinde de Gellone
her mother ·Üí St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse
her father

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St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse is your 32nd great grandfather.
You ¬â€  ·Üí Geneva Allene Welborn
your mother ·Üí Henry Loyd Smith, Sr.
her father ·Üí Edgar Jackson Smith
his father ·Üí Joseph Perry Smith
his father ·Üí Mary Polly Burk Burke
his mother ·Üí John Burk Burke
her father ·Üí John Taylor Burk
his father ·Üí Mary Elizabeth Burke
his mother ·Üí James Taylor, of New Kent
her father ·Üí John Taylor
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his father ·Üí Rowland Taylor, Archdeacon of Exeter
his father ·Üí John Taylor (triplet #1)
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his father ·Üí William Taylor, II, Master of the Rolls of the Court of Chancery
his father ·Üí Sir John Taylor, I
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his father ·Üí Sir John Taylor - Knight to King Edward III
his father ·Üí Hanger Taillefer
his father ·Üí Sir William Taillefer
his father ·Üí Aymer, count of Angoulême
his father ·Üí Guillame Taillefer of Angouleme, Comte of Angouleme
his father ·Üí Pontia de La Marche
his mother ·Üí Almodis, Comtesse de La Marche
her mother ·Üí Aldebert II, comte de la Marche
her father ·Üí Bernard I, comte de la Marche
his father ·Üí Audebert I, comte de la Marche
his father ᆒ Emma de Périgord
his mother ᆒ Guillaume I, count of Périgord
her father ·Üí Roselinde Guilhemide
his mother ·Üí Bernard I, duc de Septimanie
her father ·Üí St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse
his father

St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse is your 37th great grandfather.
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¬â€  ·Üí Geneva Allene Welborn
your mother ·Üí Alice Elmyra Smith
her mother ·Üí Nellie Mary Henley
her mother ·Üí John Merrit Wooldridge
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his mother ·Üí Mary Martha Flournoy
her mother ·Üí Jane Gower
her mother ·Üí William Hatcher, of Varina Parish
her father ·Üí William Hatcher, Sr.
his father ·Üí Katherine Reade
his mother ·Üí Anne Yelverton
her mother ·Üí Anne Paston
her mother ·Üí Margaret Paston
her mother ·Üí John de Mauteby
her father ·Üí Margaret de Mautby
his mother ·Üí Sir Roger de Beauchamp, of Bletsoe
her father ·Üí Lord Roger de Beauchamp, Sr., 1st Baron Beauchamp of Bletso
his father ·Üí Alice de Tosny
his mother ·Üí Ralph VI de Tosny, Lord of Flamstead
her father ·Üí Constance de Beaumont
his mother ·Üí Richard I de Beaumont, Viscount
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his mother ·Üí Thibaud l'Ancien, comte de Blois
her father ·Üí Eudes de Chartres, II, comte de Chartres
his father ·Üí Theobald Chartres, I
his father ·Üí Eudes Chartres, I
his father ·Üí Adele Chartres
his mother ·Üí Rothaide Vermandois
her mother ·Üí Rotlinde de Gellone
her mother ·Üí St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse
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¬â€  ·Üí Geneva Allene Welborn
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her mother ·Üí Jane Gower
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her mother ·Üí Capt. Christopher Newport, Admiral of Virginia
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her mother ·Üí Elizabeth Cokayne
her mother ·Üí Baroness Ida Cokayne
her mother ·Üí Reynold de Grey, 2nd Baron Grey de Ruthin
her father ·Üí Elizabeth Hastings, Baroness Grey of Ruthin
his mother ·Üí Isabel de Valence
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his mother ·Üí Elizabeth d'Amboise
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her father ᆒ Agnès de Donzy
his mother ᆒ Hervé II Geoffroy de Donzy, Comte de Châlon
her father ·Üí Geoffroy II de Donzy, Comte de Chalon
his father ᆒ Hervé I alias Eudes de Donzy, I
his father ·Üí Geoffroy I de Semur, baron de Donzy
his father ·Üí Geoffroy I Arlebaud de Semur
his father ·Üí Josserand, Comte de Semur en Brionnais
his father ·Üí Froilan de Chalon, seigneur de Semur en Brionnais
his father ·Üí Guillaume dit "Le Lion" d' Auvergne de Semur de Macon
his father ᆒ Théodoric de Vergy, de Châlon, de Macon
his father ·Üí Garnier de Toulouse
his father ·Üí St. William of Gellone, count of Toulouse
his father

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William / Guillaume de Gellona, Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania.
English (default): Guillaume, Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania., Catalan: Guilhèm "lo Grand" de Gellona, Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania., Spanish: Guillermo "el Grande" de Gellone, Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania., French: Guillaume 1er d'Orange, Rouergue, Quercy, Albi, Duc d'Aquitaine
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 755
Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, Midi-Pyrénées, France
Death:
between May 28, 812 and May 21, 815 (52-64)
Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert Monastery, Aniane, Département de l'Hérault (Erau), Languedoc, France
Place of Burial:
Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert Monastery, Aniane, Département de l'Hérault (Erau), Languedoc, France
Immediate Family:
Son of Thierry I, count of Autun and Aldana

Husband of Cunégonde and Guibour

Father of Bernard I, duc de Septimanie; Guicaire de Toulouse; Hildehelm de Toulouse; Héribert of Toulouse; Helmbourg de Toulouse; Gerberge de Toulouse; Gaucelme, comte du Roussillon; Théodoric IV, comte d'Autun; Garnier de Toulouse and Rotlinde "Chrodlindis" de Toulouse

Brother of Teudoin, Comte d'Autun; Adalehelm d'Autun; Unk; Abba "Albana"; Thierry II, count of Autun; and Berta


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THEODERIC' [I], son of --- (-[791/15 Dec 804]). The origin of Comte Theoderic is not known. An interesting speculation is a relationship with the early Saxon leader Widukind, as explained above. Comte d'Autun. Einhard indicates that Theoderich was related to Charles I King of the Franks when he records that in 782 the king sent his three missi "Adalgiso camerario et Geilone comite stabuli et Worado comite palati" to meet "inဦSaxonisဦTheodericus comes, propinquus regis"[411], the relationship probably being through the wife of Theoderic [I] (see below). "Carolusဦrex Francorum et Langobardorum" gave a judgment by charter dated to [Dec 775] which names "fidelibusဦWidrigo, Odrigo, Theodrico, Bernehardo, Albuino, Aginhardo, Berngario comitibus et Anshelmo comite palacii nostri"[412]. Einhard records that Charles I King of the Franks sent "Theodorico comite et Meginfredo camerario suo" to "aquilonalem Danubii ripam" in 791[413]. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[414].
m ALDANA, daughter of ---. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[415]. Settipani quotes an Aquitaine necrology which lists "Willelmusဦpater eius Theodericus, mater Aldana soror Hiltrudis et Landradæ"[416]. He suggests that "Hiltrudis" was the wife of Odilo Duke of Bavaria, and therefore that the wife of Theoderic was Aldana, daughter of Charles "Martel" maiordomus of Austrasia and Neustria [Carolingian]. The theory is attractive but not conclusive, as its validity depends on there being no other contemporary Hiltrudis, which is not provable. Hlawitschka highlights the case against the affiliation[417]. However, the evidence of the 25 May 765 charter, quoted in the document MEROVINGIAN NOBILITY under Aldanaမs supposed sister Landrada, suggests that Settipaniမs hypothesis may be correct. In addition, Einhard indicates that Theoderic [I] was related to Charles I King of the Franks when he records that in 782 King Charles sent his three missi "Adalgiso camerario et Geilone comite stabuli et Worado comite palati" to meet "inဦSaxonisဦTheodericus comes, propinquus regis"[418]. One possible relationship being between the king and Theoderic [I] would have been through his wife, if she had been the king's paternal aunt.
Theoderic [I] & his wife had [seven] children:
1. TEUDOIN (-826 or after).
2. THEODERIC [II] (-after 14 Dec 804, maybe after 811).
3. ADALELM .
4. NN [--- . m ---.]
5. GUILLAUME ([750/55]-Gellone [28 May [812/13]/21 May 815]). Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimanie. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" and "fratribus meis Theudoino et Adalelmo" (version two: "fratre meo Teodoino et Teoderico et Adalelmo") "sororibus meis Albana et Bertana" "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") "nepote meo Bertranno" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[423].
- see below.
6. ABBA[Albana] (-after 804).
7. BERTA [Bertana].

From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANKISH%20NOBILITY.htm#TheodericIA...

GUILLAUME, son of THEODERIC [I] Comte d'Autun & his wife Aldana --- ([750/55]-Gellone [28 May [812/13]/21 May 815]). The Vita S. Willelmi records that လbeatus Willelmusဝ was born during the reign of King Pepin to လconsule TheodericoဦmaterဦcomitissaဦAldanaဝ[429]. Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Willelmus primus, signifier Hadhemarus" fought the Saracens in Córdoba [in 801][430], although it is not certain that "Willelmus primus" refers to Guillaume Comte de Toulouse. He founded the Abbey of Gellone in 804, becoming a monk there in 806. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" and "fratribus meis Theudoino et Adalelmo" (version two: "fratre meo Teodoino et Teoderico et Adalelmo") "sororibus meis Albana et Bertana" "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") "nepote meo Bertranno" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[431]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda, implying that all were deceased at the date the manual was written (843)[432]. Canonised 1066.
m firstly CUNIGUNDIS, daughter of ---. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone373, rendering it impossible to decide from this text which was his first and which his second wife. However, the Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda, implying from this order that "Chungundis" was more senior than "Vuithbergis"[433]. A possible clue about the origins of Cunigundis is provided by the Vita Hludowici Imperatoris which records the blinding of "Heribertus Bernhardi frater" and his exile with "Hodo consobrinus illius"[434]. The previous passage in the Vita records that Orléans was confiscated from Eudes Comte d'Orléans. It is therefore possible that this was the same person as "Hodo", although the precise nature of the relationship between him and Heribert has not been established. Assuming that Heribert was the son of Guillaume de Toulouse & his first wife Cunigundis (about which there may be some doubt, see below under Heribert), and assuming also that "consobrinus" is used in the text in its strict sense, Cunegundis and the mother of Eudes Comte d'Orléans would have been sisters.
m secondly GUITBURGIS [Wibourg], daughter of ---. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[435]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, ChungundisဦVuithbergisဦ" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[436], these three individuals being identifiable as the father of Bernard and his two wives.
Guillaume & his [first] wife had [six] children:
1. GUITCAIRE (-before [824]). "Willelmusဦcomes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[437].
2. HILDEHELM (-before [824]). "Willelmusဦcomes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone, Hildehelm being named in only one of the versions[438].
3. [HERIBERT ([780/85]-after 843). The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris names "Heribertus, Bernhardi frater" when recording that he was sent to suppress the rebellion of "Hodo consobrinus illius", the latter surrendering and being exiled[439]. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[440], it being possible that "Helimbruch" refers to Heribert and is not a separate person. His birth date range is estimated on the basis of his having been adult in 809 when he was probably recorded in Spain (see below). It is not entirely clear that Heribert was the full brother of Bernard. In the Manual of Dhuoda (written in 843), Doda reminds her son that, when a member of his family dies, he should add the deceased's name to the list of family members for whom prayers should be said. She adds at the end of the paragraph a reminder that he should do the same in respect of "domno Ariberto avunculo tuo"[441]. There are three possible explanations for this special position accorded to Heribert in the text. The obvious case is that Heribert, because of his disgrace and mutilation, was considered to have forfeited his rights to the respect generally accorded to deceased family members, Doda thinking it worthwhile to remind her son that this was not the appropriate way to treat his uncle. The second possibility is that he was not so obviously a "family member" as the other named individuals, either because he was illegitimate or because he was a uterine half-brother of Bernard. The third possibility, although this appears less likely, is that Heribert was Bernard's brother-in-law, bearing in mind the strict meaning of the word avunculus as maternal uncle. However, the Manual refers only to the need to pray for the family of Bernard's father, in which case it would seem odd for the text to single out Heribert from all other maternal relatives if he was related to Bernard through his mother. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Heribertum" was awarded Tortosa after its capture [in 809][442], which it is assumed refers to Heribert son of Duke Guillaume as no other contemporary with this name has so far been identified. If this is correct, Heribert must have been one of his father's older children, certainly older than Bernard assuming that the latter's birth date is correctly estimated to [795]. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris names "Heriberto" as missus of King Louis I [in 812][443]. Nithard names "Herbert" brother of Bernard Duke of Septimania, when recording that he was captured, blinded and imprisoned in Italy in [Apr 830] when his brother was banished by the sons of Emperor Louis I[444]. The Annales Bertiniani record the capture and blinding of "Herebertum fratrem Bernardi" in 830[445]. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Heribertus Bernhardi frater" was blinded [in 830] and exiled with "Hodo consobrinus illius"[446]. The previous passage in the Vita records that Orléans was confiscated from Eudes Comte d'Orléans. It is possible that he was the same person as "Hodo", although the precise nature of the relationship between him and Heribert has not been established. m ---. The name of Heribert's wife is not known.]
a) [CUNIGUNDIS (-after 15 Jun 835). Settipani suggests[447] that Cunigundis, wife of Bernard I King of Italy, was the daughter of Heribert in order to explain the transmission of his name into the family. This is highly speculative. It would also mean that Heribert was older than suggested above, as it is unlikely that Cunigundis was born later than 800 assuming that the birth date of her son is correctly estimated at [815]. m ([813]) BERNARD I King of Italy, illegitimate son of PEPIN I King of Italy & his mistress Chrothais ([797]-Milan 17 Aug 818, bur Milan, San Ambrosio).]
4. [HELIMBRUC (-before [824]). "Willelmusဦcomes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[448]. It is possible that "Helimbruch" refers to Heribert and is not a separate person.]
5. BERNARD ([795]-executed Toulouse Saint-Sernin [Jan/Jun] 844). The Vita S. Willelmi names လBernardoဦet Gaucelinoဝ as sons of Guillaume[449]. He is named in one version of his father's 804 charter, in which he is listed first among the children. Comte d'Autun until 830. Marquis de Septimanie until 831.
- see below.
6. GERBERGE (-drowned Chalon-sur-Saône 834). Nun at Chalon. The Annales Bertiniani record that "sororem Bernardi sanctimonialem" was drowned "in Ararim fluvium" in 834[450]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[451]. The position of "Gariberga" in the list, immediately after "Chungundis" and before "Vuithbergis" (identifiable as the two wives of Guillaume), implies that she was the daughter of the former. Thegan's Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "sanctimonialis feminamဦsoror ducis BernhardiဦGerbirch" was "iussit in vase vinatico claudere" and thrown into "flumen Ararim" [in 834][452]. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Gotselmus comes itemque Sanila comes necnon et Madalelmus vassallus dominus" were beheaded at Chalon [in 834] and that "Gerberga filia quondam Willelmi comitis" was drowned[453].
Guillaume & his [second] wife had [four] children:
7. GAUCELM (-beheaded Chalon-sur-Saône 834). The Vita S. Willelmi names လBernardoဦet Gaucelinoဝ as sons of Guillaume[454]. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone, Gaucelm being named in only one of the versions[455]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[456], which suggests that the last four named were the children of Guillaume by his second wife "Vuithbergis", assuming that all four were his children. Emperor Louis I granted property to "monasterio S. Andrea Suredensis in diocese Helenensi" by charter dated 829, which names "Gaucelmus comes"[457]. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Adrebaldus abbas et Gautselmus comes" were missi [in 834][458]. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Gotselmus comes itemque Sanila comes necnon et Madalelmus vassallus dominus" were beheaded at Chalon [in 834] and that "Gerberga filia quondam Willelmi comitis" was drowned[459]. [Two charters, dated 14 May [843/44] and 19 Nov 860, record that Charles II လle Chauveဝ King of the West Franks confirmed a donation to Amer monastery made by his father လper intercessionem Gauzselmi quondam marchionisဝ[460]. Calmette identifies လGauzselmiဝ as the son of Guillaume Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania, and assumes that the title လmarchionisဝ accorded to him indicates that he was at some point Marquis de Septimania[461]. He suggests that his marquisate should be dated to [831], when Gaucelmမs brother Bernard ceased to hold the position. The identification and chronology of the marquises of Gothia/Septimania during the first half of the 9th century present considerable difficulties, as shown in detail in the document TOULOUSE KINGS DUKES & COUNTS. Another problem is the existence around the same time of counts in the March of Spain, who may also have held the title လmarchioဝ, as discussed in the document CATALONIA. A further difficulty is that the Vita Hludowici which, in the passages quoted above, refers to လGautselmus/Gotselmus comesဝ in 834 but does not describe him as လmarchioဝ. Bearing in mind all these considerations, there appears room for doubt whether Gaucelm did in fact hold the marquisate of Septimania.]
8. THEODERIC [IV] (-soon after 826). The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[462], which suggests that the last four named were the children of Guillaume by his second wife "Vuithbergis", assuming that all four were his children. Comte d'Autun. "Theodericus comes in Augustiduno civitate" issued a charter dated Dec 815 subscribed by "Dotinus, Ado, Bligario vicecomite, Girbaudus vicarius"[463]. "Fredelus advocatus Hildebrandi comitis" is named in a judgment of "Theodericus comes" in a charter dated Mar 818[464]. The judgment of "Theoderico comite" ordered the restitution of property at Baugy claimed by "Fulchardus advocatusဦNivelongo comiti" in a charter dated Apr 818[465].
9. WARNER (-before 843). The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[466], which suggests that the last four named were the children of Guillaume by his second wife "Vuithbergis", assuming that all four were his children.
10. [CHRODLINDIS [Rothlindis] (-before 843). The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[467], which suggests that the last four named were the children of Guillaume by his second wife "Vuithbergis", assuming that all four were his children.] same person asဦ? --- . m WALO [Walacho], son of comte BERNARD & his wife --- ([772/73]-Bobbio 31 Aug 836). The wife of Walo is not named explicitly in contemporary sources. However, the Vita Wala names "sceleratus NasoဦAmisarius" recording the exploits in Spain of this individual, and states that Walo married "sororem ipsius, filiam nobilissimi viriဦ", and also that her brother was blinded[468]. Settipani cites sources which, from these cryptic references, identify Wala's wife as the sister of Bernard Marquis de Septimanie and Heribert (who was blinded), and therefore daughter of Guillaume Comte de Toulouse. Assuming that this identification is correct, of the possible candidates Settipani eliminates Helmburgis from the known daughters of Guillaume, suggesting that she died young, as well as Gerberga, who was murdered in 834 at Chalon by allies of Walo, which leaves Chrodlindis as the only possibility[469]. The link is credible but not without doubt, particularly because of the uncertainties about the parentage of Heribert which are discussed above.]
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GUILLAUME, son of THEODERIC [I] Comte d'Autun & his wife Aldana --- ([750/55]-Gellone [28 May [812/13]/21 May 815]). The Vita S. Willelmi records that လbeatus Willelmusဝ was born during the reign of King Pepin to လconsule TheodericoဦmaterဦcomitissaဦAldanaဝ[429]. Comte de Toulouse, Marquis de Septimania. The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Willelmus primus, signifier Hadhemarus" fought the Saracens in Córdoba [in 801][430], although it is not certain that "Willelmus primus" refers to Guillaume Comte de Toulouse. He founded the Abbey of Gellone in 804, becoming a monk there in 806. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "genitore meo Theuderico et genitrice mea Aldana" and "fratribus meis Theudoino et Adalelmo" (version two: "fratre meo Teodoino et Teoderico et Adalelmo") "sororibus meis Albana et Bertana" "filiabus meis et filiis Barnardo, Witchario, Gotcelmo, Helimbruch" (version two: "filios meos et filias Witcario, Hildehelmo et Helinbruch") "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") "nepote meo Bertranno" in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[431]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda, implying that all were deceased at the date the manual was written (843)[432]. Canonised 1066.
m firstly CUNIGUNDIS, daughter of ---. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two: dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone373, rendering it impossible to decide from this text which was his first and which his second wife. However, the Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, Chungundis, Gariberga, Vuithbergis, Teddericus, Gothzelmus, Guarnarius, Rothlindis" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda, implying from this order that "Chungundis" was more senior than "Vuithbergis"[433]. A possible clue about the origins of Cunigundis is provided by the Vita Hludowici Imperatoris which records the blinding of "Heribertus Bernhardi frater" and his exile with "Hodo consobrinus illius"[434]. The previous passage in the Vita records that Orléans was confiscated from Eudes Comte d'Orléans. It is therefore possible that this was the same person as "Hodo", although the precise nature of the relationship between him and Heribert has not been established. Assuming that Heribert was the son of Guillaume de Toulouse & his first wife Cunigundis (about which there may be some doubt, see below under Heribert), and assuming also that "consobrinus" is used in the text in its strict sense, Cunegundis and the mother of Eudes Comte d'Orléans would have been sisters.
m secondly GUITBURGIS [Wibourg], daughter of ---. "Willelmusဦcomes" names "uxoribus meis Cunegunde et Guitburge" (version two: "Witburg et Cunegunde") in his charter dated 14 Dec 804 (version two : dated 15 Dec 804) for the foundation of the monastery of Gellone[435]. The Manual of Dhuoda names (in order) "Willelmus, ChungundisဦVuithbergisဦ" as relatives of Bernard, husband of Doda[436], these three individuals being identifiable as the father of Bernard and his two wives.
[429] Ex Vita S. Willelmi, RHGF V, p. 470.
[430] Vita Hludowici Imperatoris 13, MGH SS II, p. 612.
[431] Reproduced in Thomassy, R. 'Critique des deux chartes de foundation de l'abbaye de Saint-Guillem-du-Désert', Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes, Série 1, Tome II (Paris 1840-1844), p. 179.
[432] Manuel de Dhuoda LXXII, p. 237.
[433] Manuel de Dhuoda LXXII, p. 237.
[434] Vita Hludowici Imperatoris 44 and 45, MGH SS II, p. 633.
Guillaume & his [first] wife had [six] children.
Guillaume & his [second] wife had [four] children.
From the Wikipedia page on William of Gellone:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_of_Gellone
Saint William of Gellone (755 ·Äì 28 May (traditional) 812/4) was the second Count of Toulouse from 790 until his replacement in 811. His Occitan name is Guilhem, and he is known in French as Guillaume d'Orange, Guillaume Fierabrace, and the Marquis au court nez.
He is the hero of the Chanson de Guillaume, an early chanson de geste, and of several later sequels, which were categorized by thirteenth-century poets as the geste of Garin de Monglane. Another early product of oral traditions about William is a Latin Vita ("Biography"), written before the 11th century, according to Jean Mabillon, or during the 11th century according to the Bollandist Godfrey Henschen.
William in history
William was born in northern France in the mid-8th century. He was a cousin of Charlemagne (his mother Aldana was daughter of Charles Martel) and the son of Thierry IV, Count of Autun and Toulouse. As a kinsman and trusted comes he spent his youth in the court of Charlemagne. When William was made Count of Toulouse in 790, Charlemagne placed his young son Louis the Pious, who was to inherit Aquitaine, in his charge. As Count he successfully subdued the Gascons.
In 793, Hisham I (called by the Franks Hescham), the successor of Abd ar-Rahman I, proclaimed a holy war against the Christians to the north. He amassed an army of 100,000 men, half of which attacked the Kingdom of Asturias while the other half invaded Languedoc, penetrating as far as Narbonne.
William met this force and defeated them. He met the Muslim forces again near the river Orbieu, at Villedaigne, where he was defeated, though his obstinate resistance exhausted the Muslim forces so much that they retreated to Spain. However, Narbonne was garrisoned and remained under Muslim control. In 803, William took part in the campaign that took Barcelona from the Moors.
In 804, he founded the monastery of Gellone (now Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert) near Lodève in the diocese of Maguelonne, which he placed under the general control of Benedict of Aniane, whose monastery was nearby. He retired as a monk there in 806 where he eventually died on the 28 May 812 (or 814). His feast is on that date.
Among his gifts to the abbey he founded was a piece of the True Cross, a present from his cousin Charlemagne, who reportedly wept at his death. Charlemagne had received the relic from the Patriarch of Jerusalem according to the Vita of William. When he died, it was said the bells at Orange rang on their own accord. He mentioned both his family and monastery in his will. [1]. He granted property to Gellone and placed the monastery under the perpetual control of the abbots of Aniane. It became a subject of contention however as the reputation of William grew. So many pilgrims were attracted to Gellone that his corpse was exhumed from the modest site in the narthex and given a more prominent place under the choir, to the intense dissatisfaction of the Abbey of Aniane. A number of forged documents and assertions were produced on each side that leave details of actual history doubtful. The Abbey was a major stop for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela. Its late 12th century Romanesque cloister, systematically dismantalled during the French revolution, found its way to The Cloisters in New York. The Sacramentary of Gellone, dating to the late 8th century, is a famous manuscript.
William in romance
William's faithful service to Charlemagne is portrayed as an example of feudal loyalty. William's career battling Saracens is sung in epic poems in the 12th and 13th century cycle called La Geste de Garin de Monglane, some two dozen chansons de geste that actually center around William, the great-grandson of the largely legendary Garin.
One section of the cycle, however, is devoted to the feats of his father, there named Aymeri de Narbonne, who has received Narbonne as his seigniory after his return from Spain with Charlemagne. Details of the "Aymeri" of the poem are conflated with a later historic figure who was truly the viscount of Narbonne from 1108 to 1134. In the chanson he is awarded Ermengart, daughter of Didier, and sister of Boniface, king of the Lombards. Among his seven sons and five daughters (one of whom marries Louis the Pious) is William.
The defeat of the Moors at Orange was given legendary treatment in the 12th century epic La Prise d'Orange. There, he was made Count of Toulouse in the stead of the disgraced Chorso, then King of Aquitaine in 778. He is difficult to separate from the legends and poems that gave him feats of arms, lineage and titles: Guillaume Fièrebras, Guillaum au Court-Nez (broken in a battle with a giant), Guillaum de Narbonne, Guillaume d'Orange. His wife is said to have been a converted Saracen, Orable later christened Guibourc.
Later references
In 1972 historian Arthur Zuckerman published A Jewish Princedom in Feudal France, a book about the dynasty of Makhir of Narbonne published by Columbia University Press. In that book Zuckerman argued that it was possible that William of Gellone was in fact one of the sons of Makhir, who he identified with the individual known in medieval sources as "Theodoric, King of the Jews of Septimania." Zuckerman made no definitive conclusions on this point, and the suggestion has since been refuted. (Graboïs, Aryeh, "Une Principaute Juive dans la France du Midi a l'Époque Carolingienne?", Annales du Midi, 85: 191-202 (1973); N.L. Taylor, "Saint William, King David, and Makhir: a Controversial Medieval Descent", The American Genealogist, 72: 205-223.)
William, listed under the name Guillem de Gellone, is a prominent figure in the pseudohistorical book Holy Blood Holy Grail. The book claims that William was the son of Theodoric, and that since Theodoric was Merovingian, that meant that William was Merovingian as well, and plus was a "Jew of royal blood". The book goes on to state that "modern scholarship and research have proved Guillem's Judaism beyond dispute." It should be noted, however, that many other claims in the book which were listed as "fact", were later proven to be false (such as the existence of the Priory of Sion), because the authors were basing much of their researches on "medieval documents" which were later shown to be forgeries.
The importance of citing William's noble heritage and Judaism, was so that the authors could prove a genealogical link between the House of David, the Merovingian nobility, and France, in order to make a case that the Holy Grail was actually the bloodline of Jesus that had worked its way into the bloodline of Frankish royalty. This line of reasoning was later incorporated into the plot of the bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code and from there into various television documentaries.
References
1. Catholic Encyclopedia: St William of Gellone: http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15633a.htm
2. "L'Abbaye de Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert" http://medieval.mrugala.net/Architecture/Saint%20Guilhem%20le%20desert/ (in French)
3. Metropolitan Museum:The Saint-Guilhem Cloister - http://www.metmuseum.org/Works_of_Art/viewOne.asp?dep=7&viewmode=0&isHighlight=1&item=25.120.1-.134
4. This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain.
Count of Toulouse (790·Äì811)
Preceded by Torson
Succeeded by Beggo

(French Wikipedia has a section on descendants:
With his first wife Cunegonde, he had the following children:
1. Helmburgis (died young before 824)
2. Guicaire and Hildehelm, mentioned only in 804 in the charter of the Abbey of St-Guilhelm-du-Desert.
3. Heribert (blinded in 830 under orders of King Lothair I)
4. Perhaps Helimbruc, but this could easily be a bad spelling of Heribert.
5. Bernard de Septimanie (c.795-844)
6. Gerberga (d.834) who acted with her half-brother Gucelm, and under orders of King Lothair I, was locked into a barrel and drowned in the Saone River.
With his second wife Guibourg:
1. Gaucelm or "Gaucelm Rousillon" (d. 834) Marquis de Gothie in 812, beheaded in Chalon-sur-Saone under orders from King Lothair I.
2. Theodoric (Thierry, d. shortly after 826), Comte d'Autun.
3. Garnier or Warner, cited only in the Manuel de Dhuoda
4. Rodlinde (d. c.843), probably the spouse of Wala, Abbot of Corbie.)

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