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Waltrude (Arnulfing) d'Aquitaine (0642 - 0688)

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Waltrude [uncertain] d'Aquitaine formerly Arnulfing aka de Nuestria [uncertain]
Born in Verdun, Saône-et-Loire, Bourgogne, Francemap
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of [uncertain] and [mother unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Verdon, Austrasiamap
Arnulfing-8 created 2 Jun 2016 | Last modified
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(unproven) Waltrude[2][1]

alias: "Valtruda, Valchigisi ducis de nostra progenie filia."[3][1]

Parents

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'The parents of Waltrude, wife of Eudes, Duke of Aquitaine (Odo the Great), are unproven.[1] Her father could be Walacho or Walchisus. It's been suggested these 2 men could be one in the same, but that's also unproven.[4]
  • (unproven) Father: (disputed identity) Walacho or Walchisus Arnulfing (son of Arnulf).[5][6]
  • Mother: Unknown[7]

Marriage

The identity of Odo's wife is unproven.[8][9]

m. (unproven) Eudes, Duke of Aquitaine (d. 735; p. [UNPROVEN] Boggis, Duke of Aquitaine and Oda UNKNOWN).[10] Issue: 4.[11][2]

  • Hunoald (d. 774 Siege of Pavia), Duke of Aquitaine[12][3]
  • Hatto (d. after 744; bur. Limoges)[13]
m. Wandrade (p. unknown)
  • Remistan (d. 768)[14]
m. unknown (d. 768 or later)
m. Munusa (Munuza) / "Uthman ibn Naissa",[16] Muslim chief of the Pyranees (d. 731).[17][4]

Sources

MEDIEVAL LANDS: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families by Charles Cawley © Foundation for Medieval Genealogy & Charles Cawley 2000-2017.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "charter of Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks ... 30 Jan 845 (possibly spurious, as explained in the Introduction) names "Valtruda, Valchigisi ducis de nostra progenie filia" as wife of "Eudo Aquitanie dux". Her name and parentage have not been corroborated by other primary sources consulted" (Cawley, 2006).
  2. See also Wikipedia: Odo the Great
  3. see also: Wikipedia: Siege of Pavia (773–74)
  4. According to Malveaux (2015), Munuza was a, "Moorish chief of the Pyranees." Eudes married his daughter Lampagie, to him in order to create a Christian-Muslim alliance. Apparently, it was the first marriage of this kind, among the Christian nobility (p. 177).[1]

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On 13 Apr 2016 at 00:16 GMT Bree Ogle wrote:

The LNAB is wrong. Her parents are sketchy. At best she might be Arnulfing ... but the chronology is wacky. It might also be that the GEDCOM was suppose to name her Adela of Gascony... Waltrude could not have married her grandson.

On 19 Nov 2015 at 05:17 GMT Bree Ogle wrote:

Should her LNAB be Arnulfing ... even though her origins are a bit sketchy?



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