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Henri (Bourgogne) de Bourgogne (abt. 1034 - 1057)

Henri de Bourgogne formerly Bourgogne
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Henri 'le Damoiseau' de Bourgogne, duc de Bourgogne

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Henry of Burgundy (1035 – c. 1071) was the son and heir of Robert I, duke of Burgundy. He died shortly before his father and failed to succeed in Burgundy. The name of his wife is unknown (that it was Sibil has been discredited) as is her origin, although a connection to the Counts of Barcelona has been hypothesized. Their children were: Hugh I, Duke of Burgundy (1057-1093) Eudes I, Duke of Burgundy (1058-1103) Robert, bishop of Langres (1059-1111) Helie, a nun (b. 1061) Beatrice (b. 1063), married Guy I, count of Vignory Reginald, abbot of St Pierre (1065-1092) Henry, Count of Portugal (1066-1112), who became a vassal of León and ruler of the county of Portugal in 1093; his son would be Afonso Henriques, first king of Portugal -------------------- Henry of Burgundy (1035 – c. 1071) was the son and heir of Robert I, duke of Burgundy . He died shortly before his father and failed to succeed in Burgundy. The name of his wife is unknown (that it was Sibil has been discredited) as is her origin, although a connection to the Counts of Barcelona has been hypothesized. Their children were: Hugh I, Duke of Burgundy (1057-1093) Eudes I, Duke of Burgundy (1058-1103) Robert , bishop of Langres (1059-1111) Helie, a nun (b. 1061) Beatrice (b. 1063), married Guy I, count of Vignory Reginald, abbot of St Pierre (1065-1092) Henry, Count of Portugal (1066-1112), who became a vassal of León and ruler of the county of Portugal in 1093; his son would be Afonso Henriques , first king of Portugal.

Henrique de Borgonha (1035 - ca. 1074) foi o filho herdeiro de Roberto I, Duque de Borgonha. Faleceu pouco antes do seu pai não o tendo por isso sucedido na Borgonha. Henrique casou com Sibila de Barcelona, filha de Berengário Raimundo "O Curvo" (1005 — 26 de Maio de 1035), Conde de Barcelona e teve os seguintes filhos:

1.Hugo I (1057-1093), sucessor do pai no ducado da Borgonha 2.Odo I (1058-1103), sucessor do irmão no ducado da Borgonha 3.Roberto (1059-1111), bispo de Langres 4.Hélia (n.1061), freira 5.Beatriz (n.1063), casou com Guy I de Vignory, conde de Vignory 6.Reinaldo (1065-1092), abade de Saint-Pierre à Flavigny 7.Henrique de Borgonha, Conde de Portugal (1066-1112), que se tornou vassalo de Castela e o senhor do Condado Portucalense em 1093; o seu filho foi D. Afonso Henriques, primeiro rei de Portugal In: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. <http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrique_de_Borgonha>

Henri de Bourgogne (1035-1066)

Henri de Bourgogne1, dit Donzel ou le Damoiseau, (né vers 1035 - mort entre 1070 et 1074) était un prince de sang royal français, fils du duc de Bourgogne, Robert Ier le Vieux († 1076), et d'Hélie de Semur, et donc petit-fils du roi de France Robert II le Pieux.

Selon certains historiens, il aurait épousé en 1056 Sibylle de Barcelone, fille de Bérenger Raymond Ier dit le Courbé ou le Corbeau, comte de Barcelone, et de Gisèle de Lluca. Jean Richard dans Les ducs de Bourgogne et la formation du duché du xie au xive siècles2, sur la base d'une phrase d'Orderic Vital, parlant des exploits de Robert Ier en plusieurs contrées, pense qu'il faut tenir compte, ainsi que l'a supposé M. Chaume3, dit-il, d'une expédition menée en 1058 pour défendre le comte de Barcelone contre les Musulmans. « C'est au cours de cette expédition qu'il aurait épousé une parente du comte Raymond Borel de Barcelone dont le surnom passa à ses descendants ».

Il eut les enfants suivants :

  • Hugues Ier (1057 † 1093) duc de Bourgogne
  • Eudes Ier (1058 † 1102), duc de Bourgogne
  • Robert (1059 † 1111), évêque de Langres
  • Hélie (1061 † après 1081/84)
  • Béatrix (1063 † v. 1110), mariée à Guy III de Vignory
  • Renaud (1065 †1092), abbé de Saint-Pierre à Flavigny
  • Henri (1066 † 1112), comte de Portugal de qui descendra la maison royale du Portugal.

Mort avant son père, ce fut son fils aîné Hugues qui prit la succession du duché de Bourgogne.

Notes et références

  1. ↑ Henri de Bourgogne , le Damoiseau sur le site Foundation for Medieval Genealogy [archive]
  2. ↑ Société Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 1954, p. 12-13, r. 1 p. 13.
  3. ↑ Maurice Chaume, Les premières croisades bourguignonnes au-delà des Pyrénées in Annales de Bourgogne, XVIII, 1946, p. 161-165) et En marges des croisades bourguignonnes, d'Espagne, in Annales de Bourgogne, IX, 1937, p. 68-73).

Henri de Bourgogne (1035-1066) (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_de_Bourgogne_(1035-1066) : accessed 27 Mar 2013)


Henrique de Borgonha (1035 — 1074) foi infante do Ducado da Borgonha[1] e avô D. Afonso Henriques, primeiro rei de Portugal.

Relações familiares

Foi filho e herdeiro de Roberto I, Duque de Borgonha (1011 — 21 de Março de 1076) e de Hélia de Semur (1015 - 1055), filha de Damásio de Semur e de Aremburga de Borgonha.
Henrique de Borgonha, no entanto faleceu um pouco antes do seu pai, não o tendo por isso sucedido na Borgonha. Henrique casou com Sibila de Barcelona, filha de Berengário Raimundo "O Curvo" (1005 — 26 de Maio de 1035), Conde de Barcelona e teve os seguintes filhos:

  1. Hugo I (1057-1093), sucessor do pai no ducado da Borgonha
  2. Odo I (1058-1103), sucessor do irmão no ducado da Borgonha
  3. Roberto (1059-1111), bispo de Langres
  4. Hélia (n.1061), freira
  5. Beatriz (n.1063), casou com Guy I de Vignory, conde de Vignory
  6. Reinaldo (1065-1092), abade de Saint-Pierre à Flavigny
  7. Henrique de Borgonha, Conde de Portugal (1066-1112), que se tornou vassalo de Castela e o senhor do Condado Portucalense em 1093; o seu filho foi D. Afonso Henriques, primeiro rei de Portugal

Referências

  1. ↑ Henri de Bourgogne , le Damoiseau sur le site Foundation for Medieval Genealogy

Sources

  • Wikipédia: Henrique de Borgonha (1035 — 1074)(http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrique_de_Borgonha : accessed 03 Mar 2013)
  • Histoire généalogique et chronologique de la maison royale de France, des pairs, grands officiers de la Couronne, de la Maison du Roy et des anciens barons du royaume, Tome Premier, par le Père Anselme de Sainte-Marie, continuée par Honoré du Fourny, ed. la compagnie des libraires (Paris) 1726-1733. Page 538.


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Some sources show abt 1071- abt 1078 as his death date. More work there I would assume.
We would need to know the sources in order to review them for accuracy. If you could provide those (with links), it would be much appreciated. Thanks.
DeBourgogne-356 and Bourgogne-46 appear to represent the same person because: same dates and family
posted by Robin Lee
if the dates are correct then Henri (D. abt. 1057) can be the father of only Hugues (B. Abt. 1056) All other children were born from Abt. 1058 through 1066.
posted by Harry Kelly
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posted by Shelley Freestone

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