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Clodoreius (Merovigian) Merovingian

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Clodoreius the Parricide "Clodoreius, Chlodwig, Chlodowech, Clodoveu, Chlodovech" Merovingian formerly Merovigian
Born in Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardenne, Francemap
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Died in St Pierre Island, Biel Lake Canton, Switzerlandmap
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Biography

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Name

Name: Cloderic //
Nickname: "the Parricide"
Name Suffix: King of Cologne

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Title

Title: King of Cologne

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Biography

Murdered in 509.

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About Clodéric “the Parricide” of the Franks, I (Meroving) Clovis I From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Clovis (c. 466-511) was the first King of the Franks to unite all the Frankish tribes under one ruler. He succeeded his father Childeric I in 481[1] as King of the Salian Franks, one of the Frankish tribes who were then occupying the area west of the lower Rhine, with their centre around Tournai and Cambrai along the modern frontier between France and Belgium, in an area known as Toxandria. Clovis conquered the neighbouring Frankish tribes and established himself as sole king before his death.

He converted to Roman Catholicism, as opposed to the Arianism common among the Germanic peoples at the time, at the instigation of his wife, the Burgundian Clotilda, a Catholic. He was baptized in the Cathedral of Rheims, as most future French kings would be crowned. This act was of immense importance in the subsequent history of Western and Central Europe in general, for Clovis expanded his dominion over almost all of the old Roman province of Gaul (roughly modern France). He is considered the founder of the Merovingian dynasty which ruled the Franks for the next two centuries.

In primary sources Clovis' name is spelled in a number of variants: The Frankish form Chlodovech was Latinised as Chlodovechus, from which came the Latin name Ludovicus, which evolved into the French name Louis. Clovis ruled the Franks from 481ad to 511ad.

The name features prominently in subsequent history: Three other Merovingian Kings have been called Clovis, while nine Carolingian rulers and thirteen other French kings and one Holy Roman Emperor have been called Louis.

Nearly every European language has developed its own spelling of his name. Louis (French), "Chlodwig" and Ludwig (German), Lodewijk (Dutch), Luis (Spanish), Luigi (Italian), and Lewis (English) are just six of the over 100 possible variations.

Scholars differ about the exact meaning of his (first)name. Most believe that Chlodovech is composed out of the Germanic roots Chlod- and -vech. Chlod- = (modern English) loud, with its oldest connotation praised. -vech = fighter (modern English). Compare in modern Dutch luid (hard sound or noise), luiden (verb - the oldest meaning is: to praise aloud) and vechten (verb - to fight). Chlodovech means praised fighter [2]. Contents [hide]

* 1 Frankish consolidation * 2 Christian king * 3 Death and legacy * 4 Sources * 5 Notes

[edit] Frankish consolidation [show] v • d • e Campaigns of Clovis I Soissons – Frankish-Thuringian – Tolbiac – Dijon – Vouillé

In 486, with the help of Ragnachar, Clovis defeated Syagrius, the last Roman official in northern Gaul, who ruled the area around Soissons in present-day Picardie.[3] This victory at Soissons extended Frankish rule to most of the area north of the Loire. After this, Clovis secured an alliance with the Ostrogoths through the marriage of his sister Audofleda to their king, Theodoric the Great. He followed this victory with another in 491 over a small group of Thuringians east of the Frankish territories. Later, with the help of the other Frankish sub-kings, he narrowly defeated the Alamanni in the Battle of Tolbiac. He had previously married the Christian Burgundian princess Clotilde (493), and, following his victory at Tolbiac (traditionally set in 496), he converted to her Trinitarian Catholic faith. This set Clovis apart from the other Germanic kings of his time, such as those of the Visigoths and the Vandals, who had converted from heathen beliefs to Arian Christianity. Saint Remigius baptizes Clovis, in a painting of ca 1500

[edit] Christian king

The conversion of Clovis to Catholic Christianity, the religion of the majority of his subjects, strengthened the bonds between his Roman subjects, led by their Catholic bishops, and their Germanic conquerors. Nevertheless, Bernard Bachrach has argued that this conversion from his Frankish paganism alienated many of the other Frankish sub-kings and weakened his military position over the next few years. William Daly, in order more directly to assess Clovis' allegedly barbaric and pagan origins,[4] was obliged to ignore the bishop Saint Gregory of Tours and base his account on the scant earlier sources, a sixth-century "vita" of Saint Genevieve and letters to or concerning Clovis from bishops and Theodoric.

In the familiar literary convention called "interpretatio romana," Gregory of Tours gave the gods that Clovis abandoned the names of roughly equivalent Roman gods, such as Jupiter and Mercury.[5] Taken literally, such usage would suggest a strong affinity of early Frankish rulers for the prestige of Roman culture, which they may have embraced as allies and federates of the Empire during the previous century.[citation needed]

Though he fought a battle at Dijon in the year 500, Clovis did not successfully subdue the Burgundian kingdom. It appears that he somehow gained the support of the Arvernians in the following years, for they assisted him in his defeat of the Visigothic kingdom of Toulouse in the Battle of Vouillé (507) which eliminated Visigothic power in Gaul and confined the Visigoths to Hispania and Septimania; the battle added most of Aquitaine to Clovis' kingdom.[3] He then established Paris as his capital,[3] and established an abbey dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul on the south bank of the Seine. Later it was renamed Sainte-Geneviève Abbey, in honor of the patron saint of Paris.[6]

According to Gregory of Tours, following the Battle of Vouillé, the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius I, granted Clovis the title of consul. Since Clovis' name does not appear in the consular lists, it is likely he was granted a suffect consulship. Gregory also records Clovis' systematic campaigns following his victory in Vouillé to eliminate the other Frankish "reguli" or sub-kings. These included Sigobert the Lame and his son Chlodoric the Parricide; Chararic, another king of the Salian Franks; Ragnachar of Cambrai, his brother Ricchar, and their brother Rignomer of Le Mans.

Shortly before his death, Clovis called a synod of Gallic bishops to meet in Orléans to reform the church and create a strong link between the Crown and the Catholic episcopate. This was the First Council of Orléans. Gaul after Clovis' death.

[edit] Death and legacy

Clovis I is traditionally said to have died in 511; however, the Liber Pontificalis suggests that he was still alive in 513.[7] After his death, he was interred in Saint Denis Basilica, Paris. Upon his death his realm was divided among his four sons: Theuderic, Chlodomer, Childebert, and Clotaire. This partitioning created the new political units of the Kingdoms of Rheims, Orléans, Paris and Soissons and inaugurated a period of disunity which was to last, with brief interruptions, until the end (751) of his Merovingian dynasty.

The legacy of Clovis is well-established on three heads: his unification of the Frankish nation, his conquest of Gaul, and his conversion to the Roman Catholic Faith. By the first act, he assured the influence of his people in wider affairs, something no petty regional king could accomplish. By the second act, he laid the foundations of a later nation-state: France. Finally, by the third act, he made himself the ally of the papacy and its protector as well as that of the people, who were mostly Catholics.

Detracting, perhaps, from these acts of more than just national importance, his division of the state, not along national or even largely geographical lines, but primarily to assure equal income amongst his sons on his death, which may or may not have been his intention, was the cause of much internal discord in Gaul and contributed in the long run to the fall of his dynasty, for it was a pattern constantly repeated.[8] Clovis did bequeath to his heirs the support of both people and church such that, when finally the magnates were ready to do away with the royal house, the sanction of the pope was sought first. Sister project Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Clovis I

[edit] Sources

* Daly, William M., "Clovis: How Barbaric, How Pagan?" Speculum, 69:3 (1994), 619–664. * James, Edward. The Origins of France: Clovis to the Capetians, 500–1000. Macmillan, 1982. * Kaiser, Reinhold. Das römische Erbe und das Merowingerreich. Enzyklopädie deutscher Geschichte 26. Munich: 2004. * Oman, Charles. The Dark Ages 476-918. London: Rivingtons, 1914. * Wallace-Hadrill, J. M. The Long-haired Kings. London: 1962.

[edit] Notes

1. ^ The date 481 is arrived at by counting back from the Battle of Tolbiac, which Gregory of Tours places in the fifteenth year of Clovis' reign. 2. ^ "Etymolgisch Woordenboek vh Nederlands" for the words luid (loud) and vechten (to fight) 3. ^ a b c "Iron Age Braumeisters of the Teutonic Forests". BeerAdvocate. http://beeradvocate.com/news/stories_read/668. Retrieved on 2006-06-02. 4. ^ Daly, William M. Daly, "Clovis: How Barbaric, How Pagan?" Speculum 69.3 (July 1994:619-664) 5. ^ Edward James, "Gregory of Tours Life of the Fathers" (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1985), p. 155 n. 12. 6. ^ The abbey was demolished in 1802. All that remains is the "Tour Clovis," a Romanesque tower which now lies within the grounds of the Lycée Henri-IV, just east of The Panthéon. 7. ^ Collins, Roger, Early Medieval Europe 8. ^ "The Rise of the Carolingians or the Decline of the Merovingians?" (pdf)
Killed his father to take kingdom -------------------- Laurel Logan Sept 7, 2008

from www.art-science.com/Ken/Genealogy/PD/ch49_Charlemagne.html

Chloderic "the Parricide" King of Cologne (?475-?509) murdered by agents of Clovis I married daughter of Chilperic King of Burgundy married Agrippine de Bourgogne --Laurel Logan

Laurel Logan Sept 7, 2008

from http://armidalesoftware.com/issue/full/Thaler_105_main.html

KING CLODERIC THE PARRICIDE OF COLOGNE (Siegbert the Lame3, Childebert2, Clovis the Riparian1), son of King Siegbert the Lame, was born between 413 and 495, and died in 509. King of Cologne, murdered 509 by agents of his kinsman, Clovis I, King of the Salic Franks.

Cloderic m. a kinswoman of St. Chothilde, the Burgundian queen of Clovis I. (The new edition removes [this phrase] and replaces the second sentence above with "The identity of his wife is uncertain.") Children: i. MUNDERIC of Vitry-en-Prth, b. before 509; m. ARTHEMIA. ii. BLITHILDE; m. ANSBERTUS. --Laurel Logan

Laurel Logan Sept 8, 2008 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloderic

Chlodoric (or Chloderic) the Parricide (died c. 509) murdered his own father, Sigobert the Lame, in order to take his kingdom. Chlodoric acted upon the instigation of Clovis I a rival king of the Salian Franks. After Sigobert's death Clovis then accused Chlodoric of the murder and had him killed in his turn for the crime. In this way Clovis became king of Sigobert's and Chlodoric's people.

Gregory suggest that Chlodoric was murdered in the same campaign that also killed the Frankish King Chararic. Before, Clovis had killed King Ragnachar and his brothers. After all these murders Gregory tells us that Clovis lamented that he had left no family anymore, implying that amongst his own casualties were close relatives.

References

* Gregory of Tours. The History of the Franks. 2 vol. trans. O. M. Dalton. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967.

--Laurel Logan -------------------- Cloderic, also known as Cloderic "the Parricide," was killed in 509 by our ancestor Clovis, King of the Salian Franks, the same year Cloderic had murdered his own father, also our ancestor, apparently at Clovis’s instigation. What a soap opera! -------------------- Cloderic the Parricide, King of Cologne [son of Sigebert], murdered 509, by agents of his kinsman, Clovis I, King of the Salic Franks. The identity of his wife is uncertain. [Ancestral Roots]

1.Note: Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999 2.Note: Page: 190-4


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloderic -------------------- Suffix : Kung av Köln

•Anmärkning:

Mördades av agenter från sin släkting , Clovis I, kung av den Saliska franker .

•Händelse: Historia Övrigt

•Anmärkning: Han fick smeknamnet " den MODERMORD " för att ha mördat sin far. Han var, invik dödades av Clovis, kung av Saliska franker , som sedan blev kingof den Ripuarian frankerna liksom i Saliska franker .


Cloderic (Clodric) "The Parricide" King of Cologne (470-509).

Murdered his father, Siegbert the Lame, at the instigation of Clovis I, King of the Salic Franks; he, in turn, murdered by agents of Clovis I, in same year (AD 509).

Cloderic married Burgundian I Queen of Clovis. (Burgundian I Queen of Clovis was born in 480.)


Chlodoric (or Chloderic) the Patricide (died c. 509) murdered his own father, Sigobert the Lame, in order to take his kingdom. Chlodoric acted upon the instigation of Clovis I a rival king of the Salian Franks. After Sigobert's death Clovis then accused Chlodoric of the murder and had him killed in his turn for the crime. In this way Clovis became king of Sigobert's and Chlodoric's people.

Gregory suggests that Chlodoric was murdered in the same campaign that also killed the Frankish King Chararic. Before, Clovis had killed King Ragnachar and his brothers. After all these murders Gregory tells us that Clovis lamented that he had no family left anymore, implying that amongst his own casualties were close relatives.

[edit] References

Gregory of Tours. The History of the Franks. 2 vol. trans. O. M. Dalton. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967. -------------------- Chlodoric (or Chloderic) the Parricide (died c. 509) murdered his own father, Sigobert the Lame, in order to take his kingdom. Chlodoric acted upon the instigation of Clovis I a rival king of the Salian Franks. After Sigobert's death Clovis then accused Chlodoric of the murder and had him killed in his turn for the crime. In this way Clovis became king of Sigobert's and Chlodoric's people.

Gregory suggest that Chlodoric was murdered in the same campaign that also killed the Frankish King Chararic. Before, Clovis had killed King Ragnachar and his brothers. After all these murders Gregory tells us that Clovis lamented that he had left no family anymore, implying that amongst his own casualties were close relatives.


http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloderich

Chloderich Chloderich, der Parasit († 509) war Sohn des Sigibert von Köln.

Chlodwig I. stiftete ihn dazu an, seinen Vater zu ermorden. Nach dem Mord an seinem Vater ließ 509 Chlodwig I. Chloderich selbst töten. Damit hatte Chlodwig I. beide ausgeschaltet und ließ sich von den Rheinfranken zum König erheben


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Birth

Birth:
Date: abt 0475
Place: Germany, Nordrhein, Cologne

Removed abt from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.

Death

Death:
Date: abt 0509

Removed abt from Death Date and marked as uncertain.


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Name

Name: Cloderic "the Patricide" /King of Cologne/
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Data:
Text: Record for Munderic de Vitry Lord Vitry-en-Parthois
Name: Chloderic the Patricide /Cologne/
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Data:
Text: Record for Chloderic the Patricide Cologne
Name: CLODERIC "THE PARRICIDE" KING of /COLOGNE/
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Text: Record for SIGEBERT I "THE LAME" KING of COLOGNE

Found multiple versions of NAME. Using Cloderic "the Patricide" /King of Cologne/.

Birth

Birth:
Date: 480
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Data:
Text: Record for Munderic de Vitry Lord Vitry-en-Parthois
Birth:
Place: Marne, Loire, Rhone-Alpes, France
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Birth:
Date: 457
Place: Cologne, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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Data:
Text: Record for SIGEBERT I "THE LAME" KING of COLOGNE

Found multiple copies of BIRT DATE. Using 480 Could not parse date out of Birth Date (480).

Death

Death: After mudering his father, Clovis I had Cloderic in turn murdered.
Source: #S48
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Data:
Text: Record for Munderic de Vitry Lord Vitry-en-Parthois
Death:
Date: ABT 509
Place: Cologne, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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Data:
Text: Record for Chloderic the Patricide Cologne
Death:
Date: 509
Place: Cologne, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Source: #S48
Page: Database online.
Data:
Text: Record for SIGEBERT I "THE LAME" KING of COLOGNE

Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using Array

Event

Event: Clovis I King of Franks instigated Cloderic to murder his fatherSigisbert.
Type: Fact 1
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Text: Record for Munderic de Vitry Lord Vitry-en-Parthois
Event: Then, Clovis in turn had Cloderic murdered.
Type: Fact 2
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Data:
Text: Record for Munderic de Vitry Lord Vitry-en-Parthois


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Birth

Birth:
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Death

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Death

Death: Y
Date: 509
Place: St Pierre Island, Biel Lake Canton, Switzerland
Age: 28-29


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Record ID Number: MH:I8506


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Name

Name: Chlodoric "the Parricide", King /de Cologne/
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Note

Note: #N1430

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Note N1430The Dangers of Parricide
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Biography

Chlodoric (or Chloderic) the Patricide (died c. 509) murdered his own father, Sigobert the Lame, in order to take his kingdom. Chlodoric acted upon the instigation of Clovis I a rival king of the Salian Franks. After Sigobert's death Clovis then accused Chlodoric of the murder and had him killed in his turn for the crime. In this way Clovis became king of Sigobert's and Chlodoric's people. Gregory suggests that Chlodoric was murdered in the same campaign that also killed the Frankish King Chararic. Before, Clovis had killed King Ragnachar and his brothers. After all these murders Gregory tells us that Clovis lamented that he had no family left anymore, implying that amongst his own casualties were close relatives.

(Don't confuse with Clovis I nor his father, Childéric I. The two are Frankish kings from the same period, but from different locations.)[1]

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Biography

Chlodoric (or Chloderic) the Patricide (died c. 509) murdered his own father, Sigobert the Lame, in order to take his kingdom. Chlodoric acted upon the instigation of Clovis I a rival king of the Salian Franks. After Sigobert's death Clovis then accused Chlodoric of the murder and had him killed in his turn for the crime. In this way Clovis became king of Sigobert's and Chlodoric's people. Gregory suggests that Chlodoric was murdered in the same campaign that also killed the Frankish King Chararic. Before, Clovis had killed King Ragnachar and his brothers. After all these murders Gregory tells us that Clovis lamented that he had no family left anymore, implying that amongst his own casualties were close relatives.

(Don't confuse with Clovis I nor his father, Childéric I. The two are Frankish kings from the same period, but from different locations.)

Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlodoric_the_Parricide[2]

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Footnotes

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  2. Entered by Stephen Bridges.

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Biography

Chloderic was born in 0490. Chloderic DeCologne ... [3]

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SOURCES: LDS FHL Ancestral File # (familysearch.org) "Ancestors/Descendants of Royal Lines" (Contributors: F. L. Jacquier (History of Charlemagne by Christian Settipani); L. Orlandini, Manuel Abranches de Soveral, Reynaud de Paysac, F.L. J P de Palmas (Aurejac et Tournemire; Frankish line; The Complete Peerage}, Jacquier (Genealogy of Lewis Carroll, Justin Swanstrom, The Royal Families of England Scotland & Wales by Burkes Peerage; Debrett's Peerage & Baronage; Table of descendants French Canadian Genealogical Society; Families of Monfort-sur-Risle & Bertrand de Bricquebec; The Dukes of Normandy, XXXXI), A. Brabant ("Dynastie Montmorency, Michel d'Herbigny), Paul Leportier, Claude Barret, H.R. Moser (Burke Peerage), O.Guionneau, L.B. de Rouge, E. Polti, N. Danican (Britain's Royal Families; Buthlaw, Succession of Strathclyde, the Armorial 1961-62) A.Terlinden (Genealogy of the existing British Peerage, 1842), L. Gustavsson, C. Cheneaux, E. Lodge, S. Bontron (Brian Tompsett), R. Dewkinandan, H. de la Villarmois, C. Donadello; Scevole de Livonniere, H. de la Villarmois, I. Flatmoen, P. Ract Madoux (History of Morhange; Leon Maujean; Annuaire de Lorraine, 1926; La Galissonniere: Elections d'Arques et Rouen), Jean de Villoutreys (ref: Georges Poull), E. Wilkerson-Theaux (Laura Little), O. Auffray, A. Brabant (Genealogy of Chauvigny of Blot from "Chanoine Prevost Archiviste du Diocese de Troyes Union Typographique Domois Cote-d'Or 1925), Emmanuel Arminjon (E Levi-Provencal Histoire de l'Espagne Andalouse), Y. Gazagnes-Gazanhe, R. Sekulovich and J.P. de Palmas ("notes pierfit et iconographie Insecula", Tournemire)........... http://geneastar.org. For this family group: Sources: - person: F. Veillon - family: Y.Gazagnes-Gazanhe; F.Veillon Cites: <a href=http://gw.geneanet.org/index.php3?b=frebault&lang=fr;p=gottfried;n=d+alemanie;oc=10>d'Alamenie</a>

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Biography

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Name

Name: Clodoreius /Meroving/[4]

Birth

Birth:
Date: 480
Place: Rheims, Marne, Champagne-Ardennes, France[5]

Death

Death:
Date: 509
Place: St Pierre Island, Biel Lake Canton, Switzerland[6]

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Meroving-27 created through the import of SRW 7th July 2011.ged on Jul 7, 2011 by Stephen Wilkinson. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Stephen and others.
  • Source: S6 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Public Member Trees Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006; Repository: #R1
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  1. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  2. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  3. Entered by Janice Hardin, May 17, 2012
  4. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  5. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  6. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle



Biography

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Name

Name: Clodoreius /Merovigian/[7][8]

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Merovigian-30 created through the import of WILLIAMS 2011.GED on Jun 22, 2011 by Ted Williams. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ted and others.
  • Source: S004444 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: #NS044441 Repository: Note: #NS044443

No NOTE record found with id NS044441.

Note NS044443
NAME Ancestry.com
ADDR http://www.Ancestry.com
NOTE
  1. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  2. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  3. Entered by Janice Hardin, May 17, 2012
  4. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  5. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  6. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  7. Source: #S004444 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=632490796
  8. Source: #S004444 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=632490796


Biography

This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.

Name

Name: Clodoreius /Merovigian/[9]

Sources

  • WikiTree profile Merovigian-32 created through the import of WILLIAMS 2011.GED on Jun 22, 2011 by Ted Williams. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ted and others.
  • Source: S004444 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: #NS044441 Repository: Note: #NS044443

No NOTE record found with id NS044441.

Note NS044443
NAME Ancestry.com
ADDR http://www.Ancestry.com
NOTE
  • WikiTree profile Merovigian-40 created through the import of The BTM Tree.ged on Jun 26, 2011 by Carolyn Trenholm. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Carolyn and others.
  • Source: S2375940657 Repository: #R2375940656 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Page: Ancestry Family Trees Note: Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=27624422&pid=528
  • Repository: R2375940656 Name: Ancestry.com Address: http://www.Ancestry.com Note:
  1. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  2. Entered by Stephen Bridges.
  3. Entered by Janice Hardin, May 17, 2012
  4. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  5. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  6. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Outeria of Moselle
  7. Source: #S004444 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=632490796
  8. Source: #S004444 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=632490796
  9. Source: #S004444 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=632498094









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On January 7, 2013 at 00:16GMT Carolyn Wicks wrote:

I signed on as manager of this profile but have been unable to add anything or correct mistakes. Cloderic did not die in Arkansas, USA. It didn't even exist when he died in 509AD in Germany!


On February 22, 2012 at 21:54GMT Roger Travis wrote:

I find no evidence of this person's existence.




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