NameErmengarde of Hesbaye 95759,95736
Deathca 3 Oct 81895761,95762
FatherIngerman of Hesbaye (ca760-)
BirthAug 778, Chasseneuil, France95742,95743,95744,95745,95746
Undefined781, Aquitaine95747
Undefined MemoAquitaine (then referred to as a kingdom), from his father Charlemagne
Undefinedabt 814, Aquitaine95748
Undefined Memogave Aquitaine to his son Pepin
Death20 Jun 840, Mainz95749,95750,95751,95752,95753
Alias/AKALouis I, the Fair; Louis I the Pious, Lewis le Bebonaire 95754,95755,95756,95757,95758
MotherHildegard of Vinzgouw (758-783)
Misc. Notes
p.12 “History of France” by M. Guizot p.199 Charlemagne was succeeded by his third son Louis, King of Aquitaine16004

Pg 120 Line 140, Louis I, the Fair, the Emperor 814-84020806

Pg 94, 40. Louis I the Pious, (”earned the surname ‘Pious’ by banishing his sisters, his wife Judith, and others of immoral life from court”), Emperor of the West 814-84013601

Pg 13 Louis I, the Fair, Emperor 814-840. (24); (10) XV, 15, 1647952

Pg 19 3. Bernard, king of Italy fm 813, blinded for rebellion by order of his uncle Emperor Louis I the Pious70415

Pg 1 Burke’s Royal Families, Vol II, Pedigree: Lewis le Bebonaire, King of France47953
Pg 7 Royal Descent fm Cerdic, Pedigree D: 7. Louis I, surnamed “The Pious” Roman Emperor, third s/o the Emperor Charlemagne & his wife Hildegarde

Pg 111 4. Louis I, the Pious, King of France61630
Marr Memo/795
ChildrenUNNAMED (ca800-)
 Lothair I (800-855)
 Louis (805-876)
 Pepin I (~803-838)
Last Modified 14 Jan 2012Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore