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Adelaide (Welf) de Bourgogne (bef. 0876 - aft. 0929)

Adelaide de Bourgogne formerly Welf aka d'Auxerre, Transjuria, Gorze
Born before in Auxerre, Bourgognemap
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Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died after in Bourgogne, Francemap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Mar 2013
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Biography

Adelais (d. after 14 Jul 929)Link

Parents

Father: Conrad II, Comte d'Auxerre and Marquis of Transjurania (d. 876)Link

Mother: Waldrada UNKNOWN

Marriage

m. (887/8) Richard "le justicier," Comte d'Autun and Duke of Burgundy. Issue: 4Link

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Acknowledgment

  • WikiTree profile De Bourgogne-234 created through the import of Elbert Clayton Smith_s tree_2011-07-29.ged on Jul 29, 2011 by Alexis Connolly.


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ADELAIS, daughter of CONRAD Marquis of Transjurania [Welf] & his wife Waldrada --- (-after 14 Jul 929). "Adeleth…comitissa" donated property "villam Poligniacum in comitatu Warasco" to Autun naming "filii mei Hugonis comitis" by charter dated 24 Apr 922, subscribed by "Hugo comes, Rodulphus comes, Boso comes" and witnessed by "Wallonis comitis…"[18]. Her origin is deduced by her being named as sister of "Rodulfi regis" (Rudolf I King of Burgundy) in the latter's 10 Jun 888 charter[19], as well as in her own 14 Jan 929 grant to Cluny, the 929 charter also naming "Richardi principis domni mei"[20]. After her husband died, she retired to a monastery. She transferred the monastery of Roman-Moutier to the monastery of Cluny by charter dated 14 Jul 929

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De Auxerre-7 and Welf-49 appear to represent the same person because: These appear to be duplicates because the father and grandparents are duplicates and there are no obvious conflicts. Some of the children attached to Welf-49 may not be correct.
Bourgogne-151 and Welf-49 appear to represent the same person because: Bourgogne-151 was attached, incorrectly, to another Bourgogne husband (checked with sources: he was not married to such a person). With that connection corrected, these two profiles look like duplicates.
she needs to be born before her mother died (869) or the mother is incorrect
posted by Teresa Channon
Princess de Bourgogne-1 and Welf-49 appear to represent the same person because: the usual (but mothers don't appear to match)
posted by RJ Horace
But she is listed as being born 11 years after her listed father is supposed to have died.
posted by Hal Wolverton Jr.

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