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  1. 03/01/2016 · Genealogy for Ermengarde of Burgundy (908 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  2. Ermengarde (also Hermengarde, Ermengarda, Irmengarde, Irainsanda, Eimildis) (c. 990 – after 20 September 1057) was a medieval noblewoman. Through her first marriage, to Rotbold II, Count of Provence, she was countess of Provence, and from 1011 to 1032 Ermengarde was the last queen of independent Burgundy by virtue of her second marriage to Rudolf III of Burgundy.

  3. Siblings. Willa Ière de PROVENCE ,Reine des 2 Bourgognes et de Provence, Queen of UPPER BURGUNDY; von NIEDERBURGUND; De Provence ca 869-Married toRodolphe Ier de BOURGOGNE, Roi de Bourgogne Transjurane, Duke of UPPER BURGUNDY, De Bourgogne †912

  4. Ermengarde (also Hermengarde, Ermengarda, Irmengarde, Irainsanda, Eimildis) (c. 990 – after 20 September 1057) was a medieval noblewoman. Through her first marriage, to Rotbold II, Count of Provence, she was countess of Provence, and from 1011 to 1032 Ermengarde was the last queen of independent Burgundy by virtue of her second marriage to Rudolf III of Burgundy.

  5. Ermengarde of Burgundy was born, daughter of Boso II Count of Vienne and Ermengarde of Provence., they gave birth to 1 child. This information is part of Royal House of Layton of Stuart and Rohan by John Layton on Genealogy Online.

  6. Ermengarde de Chalons (born de Burgundy) was born on month day 893, at birth place, to Richard Burgundy and Adelaide de Burgundy (born de Auxerre). Richard was born in 858, in Champagne, Dordogne, Aquitaine, Kingdom of France. Adelaide was born circa 869, in Burgundy, France. Ermengarde married Gilbert de Chalons.

  7. familytrees.genopro.com › Ermengarde-I9810Ermengarde of Burgundy

    Pedigree report of Ermengarde of Burgundy, daughter of King Boso d'Autun Burgundy II of Provence and Princess Ermengarde of Germany. Ermengarde had two spouses/partners named Count Manosses ("The Old Count") Chalons, Viscount Berillo I of Vienne and two children named Manasses, Rotbold.