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  1. Richildis of Hainaut, married: 1) Thierry d’Avesnes; 2) Everard II Radulf, castellan of Tournai; After Baldwin's death, Countess Yolande married Godfrey II, lord of Ribemont and Bouchain, castellan of Valenciennes and the son of Anselm of Ribemont c. 1120. Yolande and Godfrey II had two children: Godfrey III, castellan of Valenciennes

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    Godfrey III of Leuven (1142–1190) (also known as Godfrey VII) Passes to Henry I, Duke of Brabant (1190–1235), see below: Duke of Brabant. Counts of Leuven, Counts of Brussels and Landgraves of Brabant: Henry III (1085/1086–1095); already Count of Leuven and Brussels from 1078. Godfrey I (from 1095)

  3. Goffredo di Buglione (in francese: Godefroy de Bouillon, in latino: Godefridus Bullionensis; Baisy-Thy, 1060 circa – Gerusalemme, 18 luglio 1100), figlio del conte Eustachio II di Boulogne e di Ida di Boulogne, è stato un cavaliere franco ed uno dei comandanti della Prima Crociata (1096-1099).

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  6. Famous people's Y-DNA listed by haplogroup. On 12 September 2012, archeologists from the University of Leicester announced that they had discovered what they believed were the remains of King Richard III of England (1452-1485) within the former Greyfriars Friary Church in the city of Leicester (see Exhumation of Richard III).