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Régnier Langhals de Hainaut
860-916

(1) ± 875
Gerberga de Lorraine
± 977-± 1015
(2) ± 905

Alberade de Mons
± 870-± 918

(3) 

Gezin van Régnier Langhals "Reginaldo I "Cuello Lar..." de Hainaut I, comte de Hainaut

(1)

Hij is getrouwd met Hersende de Lorraine.

rond 875 te FranceFrance.


Kind(eren):

  1. Giselbert (Gilbert) de Lorraine  ± 913-956 
  2. Gerberga de Lorraine  ± 977-± 1015 


(2)

Hij is getrouwd met Alberade de Mons.

rond 900 TO ABT 905 te Mons,Hainaut,BélgicaMons, Bélgica.


Kind(eren):

  1. Regnier de Valenciennes  ± 892-± 932 
  2. Giselbert (Gilbert) de Lorraine  ± 913-956 
  3. Symphoriane von der Darnau  ± 898-± 988 


(3) Hij heeft/had een relatie met Ermentrude de France.


Kind(eren):

  1. Cunégonde des Francs  ± 917-± 968 


Notities over Régnier Langhals "Reginaldo I "Cuello Lar..." de Hainaut I, comte de Hainaut

Weis, p. 123; 135 - Count of Hainaut, lay Abbot of Echternach (Luxembourg) 897-915. - See G. A. Moriarty, in TAG 26:188-189, 28:23-25. Married, as second wife, Alberade (of Mons?) d. 916.
Name Prefix: Count Name Suffix: I
Rainier (Reginar) ?Langhals? var den første greve av Hainaut fra 875 til 915 og hertug
av Lothringen.
Hainautslekten var grever av Hainaut (Hennegau) fra 875 til 973 og fra 998 til 1433.
Grevskapet Hainaut ligger nå på grensen mellom Belgia og Frankrike, men lå dengang i
hertugdømmet Nedre Lothringen i det tysk-romerske riket.
BEF. 886 Count of Hainaut
Lay Abbot of Echternach, Luxemburg
Titled 900 Duke of Lorraine
BEF. 886 Count of Hainaut
Lay Abbot of Echternach, Luxemburg
Titled 900 Duke of Lorraine
BEF. 886 Count of Hainaut
Lay Abbot of Echternach, Luxemburg
Titled 900 Duke of Lorraine
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[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1241, Date of Import: May 8, 1997]

!COUNT IN HAINAULT[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #1241, Date of Import: May 8, 1997]

!COUNT IN HAINAULT
Reginar, Duke of Lorraine
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reginar I Longneck[1] (c. 850 – 915)[2] was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.
Contents
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* 1 History
* 2 Family
* 3 Sources
* 4 References

[edit] History

He was a descendant of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and Ermengard, daughter of Lothair I.

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.

In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

[edit] Family

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

* Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
* Reginar II, Count of Hainaut
* Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht
* Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz
* a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur

[edit] Sources

* Reuter, Timothy. Germany in the Early Middle Ages 800–1056. New York: Longman, 1991.
* Reuter, Timothy (trans.) The Annals of Fulda. (Manchester Medieval series, Ninth-Century Histories, Volume II.) Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992.

[edit] References

1. ^ His nickname is variously given in other languages as Langhals, au Long Cou, au Longue Col, Collo-Longus, or Longi-colli. Nevertheless, this nickname does not appear in primary sources and in fact refers to his eponymous grandson and great-grandson.
2. ^ He died at Meerssen between 25 August 915 and 19 January 916. Some sources push the latest possible death date back to 15 November 915.

Preceded by
title created Counts of Hainaut
?–898 Succeeded by
Sigard
Preceded by
Hagano Count of Hainaut
908–915 Succeeded by
Reginar II
Preceded by
Gebhard Duke of Lorraine
910–915 Succeeded by
Gilbert
died after 15 Oct 915 and before 19 Jan 916
graaf, markgraaf
graaf, markgraaf
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mo. [MZM8NYO.(B)]
m. Albreda --- [MZM8NYR.(A)]
b.
MZM8NY.(a) Giselbert (Duke de Lorraine)
MZM6NQZM.(b) Regnier II (Count de Hainault)

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private database dorsett2, Charlie Dorsett (access restricted) (cf. caesar.html) Rainer (Regnier) I Lorraine (860-916)

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Birth: 0860 in Of, , France
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TEXT Date of Import: Feb 1, 1999

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GWALTNEY.ANC (Compuserve) 1016090052
SOUR CHARLE.TXT (Compuserve);
COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve), p. 28;
Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 49, 153, 274
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DATE 2 MAY 2000

GIVN Rainer (Regnier) I,
SURN Lorraine
AFN 9HMN-L5
DATE 11 SEP 2000
TIME 21:26:33

NPFX Count
GIVN Regnier I of
SURN HAINAUT
NSFX *

Father: Giselbert Count Of The MOSELLE (MAASGAU) b: Abt 0830 in Of, , Moselle, Austrasia
Mother: Ermengarde (Irmgard) Duchess Of the MOSELLE (MAASGAU) b: Abt 0832 in , , Alsace-Lorraine

Marriage 1 Alberade De LORRAINE b: Abt 0930 in Of, , Lorraine, France
Note: _UIDED0BC74814622A4BAF699C9462E5D15BAD83
Children
Symphorienne of LORRAINE b: 0888 in HAINAUT,BELGIUM

Marriage 2 Ermentrud Princess Of FRANCE [ABBESS OF HASNON] b: Abt 0854 in Lorraine,France
Married: 0889

TEXT Date of Import: Oct 9, 1999
Children
Gilbert Duke Of LORRAINE b: Abt 0890 in Of, Reims, Lorraine, France
Rainer II Count Of HAINAULT b: Abt 0892 in

Sources:
Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Title: Ancestral File (R)
Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998
Repository:

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Charles II The Bald, b 823 - Frankfurt, Prussia URL: http://www.treetracer.com/trees/Hall&Stantonweb_file/gp295.htm

Husband
Rainer (Regnier) I, Duke of Lorraine
Born: ABT 860 - France
Marr: 889 -
Died: 916 -
Father: Giselbert, Count of the Moselle (Maasgau)
Mother: Ermengarde (Irmgard), Duchess of the Moselle
Other Spouses: Alberade de Lorraine
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wife
Hersent, Duchess of Lorraine
Born: ABT 865 - Lorraine, France
Died: -
Father: Charles II "The Bald", Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire
Mother: Ermentrude (Irmtrud), Countess of Orleans
Other Spouses:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Children
Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
Born: ABT 880 - Reims, Lorraine, France
Marr: - Gerberge, Queen of France
Died: 2 OCT 939 - Andernach, Rhineland, Prussia

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Rootsweb Feldman
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Father: Gilbert Count of BRABANT b: ABT 825 in Hainault, Netherlands
Mother: Ermengarde Duchess of MOSELLE b: ABT 830 in Alsace, Lorraine, France

Marriage 1 Ermentrud or Hersent of FRANKS b: ABT 854 in Lorraine, France

* Married: 889 1 2 3 4 5

Children

1. Has Children Symphorienne of LORRAINE b: 888 in Hainaut, Belgium
2. Has Children Duke of Lorraine GISELBERT b: ABT 890 in Reims, Lorraine, France
3. Has Children Rainer II Count HAINAULT b: ABT 892 in France

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Reginar/Regnier I, Margrave between the Meuse and the Scheldt, also Count of Hainault, the Hesbaye and several other areas in Lotharingia (modern Lorraine); lay Abbot or temporal guardian of the Abbeys of St Servais de Maestricht, St Maximin, Chevremont, Echternach and Stavelot.
!Name is; Rainer (Regnier) I, Duke Of /LORRAINE/
#Générale##Générale#Réginar I de Louvain, dit de Hainaut-Lothier
s:hg98.386

note couple : #Générale#s:ds01.236 ; Auréjac

#Générale#Profession : Comte de Hainaut & de Mons.
Décès : après le 25 octobre 915.
{geni:occupation} Count Of Hainault, Châtelain, De Valenciennes, Sieur, d'Ostrevant, Count of Lorraine (he is the ancestor of all European Royalty), Count of Hainaut.
{geni:about_me} Reginar (Ragnald, Rainier) Longneck

Parents: Giselbert [I] Graf van Maasgau & his wife (unknown) of Lotharingia
Spouses:
1. Hersenda (parents unknown, no children)
2. Alberada (parents unknown)
Children:
* Giselbert
* Reginar
* (daughter) married Berengar, Comte de Namur

LINKS
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/LOTHARINGIAN%20%28LOWER%29%20NOBILITY.htm#ReginarIdied915
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/HAINAUT.htm#ReginarIIdiedafter932B
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginar,_Duke_of_Lorraine

MEDIEVAL LANDS
REGINAR [I] "Langhals/Longneck", son of [GISELBERT Graaf van Maasgau & his wife --- of Lotharingia] ([850]-Meerssen [25 Aug 915/19 Jan 916]). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. The Annales Hanoniæ name "Manicherius filius [Albonis]" (in a later passage clarified to be "Manicerius Registensis dominus") as "pater aut avunculus primi Ragineri" and "Raginerus dictus Longi-colli filius eius"[6], which, as explained in the Introduction, must be incorrect. The Annales Hanoniæ name "Rignerius Montensis comes" as the ally of "Francone episcopo Leodiensi" against the Vikings in 870, and in a later undated passage "Raginerus" fighting "cum Frissonibus in Walacria contra Rollonem"[7], although it is unclear from the context whether these references are to "Raginerus dictus Longi-colli". Guillaume de Jumièges describes how "Rainier au long cou duc de Hasbaigne et du Hainaut et Radbold prince de Frise" fought the Viking Rollo but were forced back to their castles[8]. The date when Reginar was installed as Comte de Hainaut is uncertain but was probably during the last quarter of the 9th century. An agreement dated 14 Jun 877 of Emperor Charles II "le Chauve", presumably written with his own death in mind, names "Arnulfus comes, Gislebertus, Letardus, Matfridus, Widricus, Gotbertus, Adalbertus, Ingelgerus, Rainerus" as those willing to support the emperor's son if he travels across the Meuse[9], although it is curious that "Giselbertus…Rainerus" should both be included if one was the father of the other. "Ragenarius comes…et coniuge mea Hersenda" confirmed the donation of revenue from "Sathanacense atque Mousense" to Saint-Dagobert de Stenay made by "Carolus…Augustus Imperiali" by charter dated to after 886[10]. The Annales Vedastini name "Balduinus…comes et Rodulfus frater eius necnon et Ragnerus" when recording that they joined Zwentibold of Lotharingia in 895[11]. The Breve Chronicon Epternacense names “Reinerus” as abbot of Echternach from 897 to 915[12]. Regino records that in 898 Zwentibold King of Lotharingia banished "Reginarium ducem…sibi fidissimum et unicum consiliarium" who went with "Odacro comite et quibusdam aliis, cum mulieribus et parvulis" to "Durfos" (near "Mosa fluvius") where they were besieged[13]. The passage appears to be the only indication that Reginar was granted the title duke. Reginar was presumably rehabilitated after King Zweintibold was murdered, as shown by the following charter. Ludwig IV "das Kind" King of Germany confirmed an exchange of property between Kloster Stablo and "Reginarius comes" by charter dated 10 Sep 902[14]. King Ludwig IV also confirmed an exchange of property involving "Reganarius comes" by charter dated 20 Oct 906[15], and a donation of property "…in pago ac in comitatu Hainuense" to the church of Tongern at the request of "Kepehardus et Reginharius comites" by charter dated 18 Jan 908[16]. "Raginarius comes" and the abbot of Stavelot granted property "in pago Hasbanio in locis Honavi, Versines et Serangio" to "quidam fidelium nostrorum Harduinus" by charter dated 911, signed by "Ragenarii comitis, Issaac comitis, Macineri comitis…"[17]. Reginar was installed as marchio by Charles III "le Simple" King of the West Franks in 915. Lay-abbot of St Servatius at Maastricht before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmédy 900-902. Richer records the death of "Ragenerus vir consularis et nobilis cognomento Collo-Longus" at "apud Marsnam palatium"[18].

m [firstly] HERSENDA, daughter of ---. "Ragenarius comes…et coniuge mea Hersenda" confirmed the donation of revenue from "Sathanacense atque Mousense" to Saint-Dagobert de Stenay made by "Carolus…Augustus Imperiali" by charter dated to after 886[19].

m [secondly] ALBERADA, daughter of ---.
Her marriage is confirmed by the charter dated 10 Feb 968 under which her daughter-in-law "Gerberga…Francorum regina" donated "alodo…Marsnam in comitatu Masaugo" to Reims Saint-Rémy, confirmed by "comitibus Emmone et Ansfrido", for the souls of "senioris nostri piæ memoriæ Gisleberti suique…patris…et matris Rageneri et Albradæ"[20]. The estimated birth date of her son Giselbert suggests that Alberada may have been her husband´s second wife, assuming that the charter which names his other wife Hersenda can be dated to soon after 886 (see above). Another possibility is that both documents refer to the same person, one or other having incorrectly represented her name. Maybe heiress of Hainaut[21]. Guillaume de Jumièges describes how the wife of "Rainier au long cou" returned captured prisoners to Rollo and paid him gold, silver and all the taxes of the duchy, but does not name her[22].

Count Reginar [I] & his [second] wife had three children:

1. GISELBERT [II] ([885/900]-drowned in the Rhine, near Andernach 2 Oct 939). Richer records that "Gisleberto eius filio" succeeded on the death of "Ragenerus vir consularis et nobilis cognomento Collo-Longus"[23]. Created dux in 928 by Heinrich I King of Germany, effectively creating him GISELBERT Duke of Lotharingia.

- GRAAFEN van MAASGAU.

2. REGINAR [II] ([885/900]-932 or after). The Annales Hanoniæ name "Raginerus" as son of "Raginerus dictus Longi-colli"[24]. The Miraculæ S. Maximi record that [25]. The primary source which confirms that Reginar [II] was Comte de Hainaut has not yet been identified, but this is probably correct.

- see below.

3. other children: see GRAAFEN van MAASGAU.
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WIKIPEDIA
Reginar I Longneck[1] (c. 850 – 915)[2] was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

He was the son of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and a daughter of Lothair I of whom the name is not known (Hiltrude, Bertha, Irmgard, and Gisela are good candidates).

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.
In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

Family

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
Reginar II, Count of Hainaut
Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht
Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz
a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur

Sources

Reuter, Timothy. Germany in the Early Middle Ages 800–1056. New York: Longman, 1991.

Reuter, Timothy (trans.) The Annals of Fulda. (Manchester Medieval series, Ninth-Century Histories, Volume II.) Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992.

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Reginar I Longneck (c. 850 – 915) was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

He was the son of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and Ermengarde, daughter of Lothair I.

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.

In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
Reginar II, Count of Hainaut
Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht
Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz
a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur

Geneall: http://www.geneall.net/W/per_page.php?id=73783

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Reginar, Duke of Lorraine
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Reginar I Longneck[1] (c. 850 – 915)[2] was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

History

He was a descendant of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and Ermengard, daughter of Lothair I.
He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.
He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.
In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.
Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.
At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.
[edit]Family

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:
Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
Reginar II, Count of Hainaut
Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht
Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz
a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur

Regnier I, Count of Hainaut
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Regnier I, Count of Hainaut, lay Abbot of Echternach (Luxembourg) 897-915, was born 850 Hainault, France. His name is variously also Reginar, Rainier and others.
He was the son of Gislebert, Count of Darnau and Ermengarde of Lorraine. He died 915/916. He married Hersent, daughter of Charles II. They had a child, Regnier II, Count of Hainault.
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Reginar, Duke of Lorraine
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Reginar I Longneck[1] (c. 850 – 915)[2] was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

He was the son of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and a daughter of Lothair I of whom the name is not known (Hiltrude, Bertha, Irmgard, and Gisela are good candidates).

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.

In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

[edit] Family

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

* Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine
* Reginar II, Count of Hainaut
* Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht
* Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz
* a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur
from wiki
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Died 19 January 916 Meersen, Palatine.

First to bear title of Count of Hainaut ca. 875; controlled Duchy of Lorraine; married the great-granddaughter of
Charlemagne. He became first Duke of Lorraine in 911. He was lay abbot of Echternach (Luxembourg), 897-915.
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Occupation: Count of Rheims
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Reginar I Longneck (c. 850 – 915) was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

He was the son of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and Ermengarde, daughter of Lothair I.

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.

In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine

Reginar II, Count of Hainaut

Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht

Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz

a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur
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Count of Hainault
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Reginhar (Lothringen)

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Reginar I. von Hennegau (* um 850; † zwischen dem 25. August und November 915 in Meerssen) aus der Familie der Reginare war Graf von Hennegau und Maasgau. In der Regierungszeit von Karl dem Einfältigen (König in Lotharingien 911-923) scheint er als Markgraf bis zu seinem Tod die militärische Macht in diesem Landesteil gehabt zu haben. Irrtümlich ist er oft bei Historiker Langhals zugenannt. Nur sein Enkelkind Reginar III. und sein Urenkel Reginar von Löwen (Sohn des Grafen Lambert I. von Löwen) sind aber mit diesem Beiname in die Quellen bezeugt.

Leben [Bearbeiten]

Reginhar war der Sohn des Grafen Giselbert im Maasgau und der Ermengarde, einer Tochter Kaiser Lothars I. aus der Familie der Karolinger.

Er war Laienabt in den Klöstern von Echternach, Stablo und Malmedy. Nach dem Tod des ostfränkischen Königs Ludwig das Kind († 911) verweigerte der lothringische Adel dessen Nachfolger Konrad I. den Lehnseid und verband sich mit Karl dem Einfältigen, König des Westfrankenreichs, der Reginhar zum Markgrafen von Lotharingien machte.

Verheiratet war er mit Hersinde (auch Alberada genannt), mit der er mindestens drei Kinder hatte:

* Giselbert († 939), Graf im Maasgau und ab 928 Herzog von Lothringen

* Reginar II., Graf von Hennegau 924-931

* Tochter, Erbin des comitatus Lomacensis (Lommegau); ∞ Berengar von Namur, Graf im Lommegau, Graf im Maifeld (Haus Namur)

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

* Karl Uhlirz: Reginar. In: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (ADB). Band 27. Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1888, S. 552–557.

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

* genealogie-mittelalter.de

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Reginar I Longneck[1] (c. 850 – 915)[2] was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death. He stands at the head of the clan of Reginarids, an important Lotharingian noble family.

He was the son of Gilbert, Count of the Maasgau, and a daughter of Lothair I of whom the name is not known (Hiltrude, Bertha, Irmgard, and Gisela are good candidates).

He succeeded his father in the Maasgau and was the lay abbot of Echternach between 897 and 915, of Maastricht from before May 898, and of Stablo and Malmedy between 900 and 902.

He was the Count of Mons when in 870 he and Franco, Bishop of Liège, led an army against the Vikings in Walacria. He, as Duke of Hesbaye and Hainault, and Radbold led a Frisian army with against the forces of Rollo a little later, but were forced back to his fortresses.

In an 877 capitulary from Quierzy, he appears alongside his father as one of the regents of the kingdom during Charles the Bald's absence on campaign in Italy. A Reginar appears at the Siege of Paris in 886, but this may be an uncle or nephew. The name "Reginar" or "Reginhar" (French: Régnier or Rainier) was commonplace in his family.

Reginar was originally a supporter of Zwentibold in 895, but he broke with the king in 898. He and some other magnates who had been key to Zwentibold's election three years earlier then took the opportunity provided by the death of Odo of West Francia to invite Charles the Simple to become king in Lotharingia. His lands were confiscated, but he refused to give them up and entrenched himself at Durfost, downstream from Maastricht. Representatives of Charles, Zwentibold, and the Emperor Arnulf met at Saint Goar and determined that the succession should go to Louis the Child. Zwentibold was killed by the rebels in battle in August 900.

At first, Louis appeared to be opposed to Reginar when he appointed Gebhard as his deputy in Lotharingia, but the two were never at war. In 908, Reginar recuperated the Hainault after the death of Sigard. Then, after the death of Gebhard in 910, in battle with the Magyars, Reginar appears as his successor. He led the magnates in opposing Conrad I of Germany and electing Charles the Simple their king. He was given the title marchio by Charles in 915. He never appears as the Duke of Lorraine, but he was definitely the military commander of the region under Charles. He himself was succeeded by his son Gilbert; however, the Reginarids did not succeed in establishing their supremacy in Lotharingia like the Liudolfings or Liutpoldings did in the duchies of Saxony and Bavaria.

[edit] Family

By his wife Hersinda (or Alberada), who predeceased him, Reginar left the following children:

* Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine

* Reginar II, Count of Hainaut

* Balderic, Bishop of Utrecht

* Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz

* a daughter, possibly named Symphoria, who married Berengar, Count of Namur

[edit] Sources

* Reuter, Timothy. Germany in the Early Middle Ages 800–1056. New York: Longman, 1991.

* Reuter, Timothy (trans.) The Annals of Fulda. (Manchester Medieval series, Ninth-Century Histories, Volume II.) Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992.


Count of Hainaut, died before 19-Jan-916, lay Abbot of Echternarch(Luxembourg) 897-915.
Before 886 Count of Hainaut, Lay Abbot of Echternach, Luxemburg, Duke of Lorraine

from "Our Folk" by Albert D Hart, Jr.
"Ancestral Roots. . ." (151:19) states: "He is called the 8th son ofHERBERT II, Count of Vermondois, but is not so given by Pere Anselme;though Anselme does give Hugh, Archbiship of Rheims, as a son ofHERBERT II (Saillot, cit.)
Reinier I langehals van Henegouwen (ouders onder IV.5), begraven Pfalz-zu-Mersen , Missus domonicus hertog van Lotharingen (900 - 911/15). Graaf in Henegouw, en en Haspenland (van 900); markgraaf (eind 911)., Hij bezit tal van landgoederen in WalloniU en stroomafwaarts langs de Maa, s; ondersteunt zijn achterneef de Westfrankische koning Karel III 'de Een, voudige' in diens strijd tegen Eudes (893-97); is eerst de voornaamste me, dewerker van koning Zwentibold wanneer deze Lotharingen als koninkrijk v, an zijn vader Arnulf heeft ontvangen 895 (hij verkrijgt dan Sint-Servaas, te Maastricht en treedt op als leke-abt van Echternach), die echter weld, ra met hem breekt, hem Sint-Servaas ontneemt 13-5-898 en hem tot tweema, al toe vergeefs belegert in zijn veste Durfost. Kort daarna viel hij als, raadsheer in ongenade, vermoedelijk omdat hij hoogverraad had gepleegd,, en werd hij van alle bezittingen beroofd. Hij wendt zich opnieuw tot Kar, el de Eenvoudige die Aken en Nijmegen verovert en Zwentibold tot vlucht d, wingt; erkent nadat deze laatste gesneuveld is (13-8-900) wel diens opvol, ger Lodewijk 'het Kind' en de toen aangestelde hertog Gebhard; verwerft o, ok Stavelot 902 en, opnieuw, Sint-Servaas; wordt (ook in oorkonden) met v, erschillende titels aangeduid (graaf, markgraaf, na 911 ook missus domini, cus); bezit in zijn laatste levensjaren ook nog Sankt (buiten Trier) en C, hRvremont (bij Luik)., Hij is overleden tussen de vermelde datum en 15 jan 916., _NEW, TYPE 2, DATE 2 AUG 2006, TIME 20:31:40, trouwt(1) Hersent Ermentrude van Frankrijk, trouwt(2) Alberade van Lotharingen Kinderen uit huwelijk (2) Reinier II van Henegouwen, volgt (VI.7) Giselbert I Hertog van Lotharingen, volgt (VI.8) Symphoria van de Lotharingen, volgt (VI.9)
!BIRTH: "Royal Ancestors" by Michel Call - Based on Call Family Pedigrees FHL
film 844805 & 844806, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Copy of
"Royal Ancestors" owned by Lynn Bernhard, Orem, UT.

!Count of Hainault

Data From Lynn Jeffrey Bernhard, 2445 W 450 South #4, Springville UT 84663-4950
email - (XXXXX@XXXX.XXX)
Line 5476 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
NAME Rainer (Regnier) I, Duke Of /LORRAINE/
SOURCE NOTES:
http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~churchh/edw3chrt.html
http://www.jodygoad.com/d0001/g0000051.html#I1604
RESEARCH NOTES:
reigned in Lorraine (860-916)
This individual was found on GenCircles at: http://www.gencircles.com/users/tondhwr/9/data/1791
_P_CCINFO 2-2438
_P_CCINFO 2-2438
COUNT OF HAINAULT
Also have birth as ca 870 in France. [Betz Homepage http://info.lu.farmingdale.edu/~betzja/gene]
Renaud (originally as Ragenold), a Viking chieftain who became the Count of Roucy
Notes
Medewerker van koning Zwentibold die later met hem brak. Verwierf Stavelot 902 en Sint-Servaas te Maastricht. Gegoed in Wallonie en langs de Maas, bezat laatstelijk ook St. Maximus buiten Trier en Chevremont bij Luik.
Line 5476 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
NAME Rainer (Regnier) I, Duke Of /LORRAINE/
From The Rufus Parks Pedigree by Brian J.L. Berry.

Page 54:

5c.Règnier I Long Neck. Of his two wives, it is uncertain which was the mother of Regnier II.

Page 67:

17.Règnier I (Rainier, Rèbinar) Long neck, c.850-d. bef. 19 Jan. 915/16, first Count of Hainaut, lay Abbot of Echternacht in Luxembourg from 897. A grand son of King Lothair I, he managed to become the dominmant figure in Lorraine and saw to that it went to his eldest son, Giselbert, while his second son, Règnier II got Hainaut. He mar. (1) Hersent, dau. of Charles II the Bald of France; (2) Alberade of Mons who d. 916.

Source: "Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists" by Frederick Lewis Weis.

Page 140 line (120-17):

17. Règnier I, d. aft. 25 Oct. 915, bef. 19 Jan 916, Count of Hainaut; m. (2) Alberade of Mons; m. (1) Hersent of France, dau of Charles II (148-15). (1st mar. ref. : Abbè Chaume: Les Origines of duchè de bourgogne I 549).
443594940. Hertug Reginar I. Langhals GISELBERTSON av Lothringen was born about 850. (16574) He died between 28 Aug 915 and 19. (16575) He was a Greve in Hainaut. (16576) han var den første greve av Hennegau He was a Hertug in Lothringen.

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