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man Henry I of England, King of England, Duke of Normandy‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
Born ‎1068 Selby, Yorkshire, England‎ 1) 7)
Died ‎2 Dec 1135 Saint-Denis-en-Lyons, Eure, Haute-Normandie, France‎, 66 or 67 years 1)

Married ‎11 Nov 1100 Westminster, London, England 1) 8) 5) (17 years married)
to:

woman Matilda of Scotland‏‎ 8) 4) 5)
Died ‎1 May 1118 Westminster, London, England 8) 9)

Child:

1.
woman Matilda of England, Empress, Claimant to the throne of England‏ 10) 11) 12) 3) 13)
Born ‎± 8 Feb 1101/02 London, England‎ 10)
Died ‎10 Sep 1167 Rouen, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, France‎, approximately 66 years 10)

Notes: Empress Matilda, also known as the Empress Maude, was the claimant to the English throne during the civil war known as the Anarchy.


2nd marriage/ relation
man Henry I of England, King of England, Duke of Normandy‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)


Married/ Related
to:

woman Illegitimate‏‎

Children:

3.
man Robert FitzRoy, 1st Earl of Gloucester‏ 15) 16)
Born ‎before 1100
Died ‎31 Oct 1147‎, at least 47 years


3rd marriage/ relation
man Henry I of England, King of England, Duke of Normandy‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)


Married/ Related
to:

woman Edith Illegitimate‏‎ 1)


Child:

1.
woman Matilda FitzRoy‏ 6)
Died ‎25 Nov 1120 Wreck of the White Ship 17)


4th marriage
man Henry I of England, King of England, Duke of Normandy‏‎ 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)


Married ‎± 1121 18) (approximately 14 years married)
to:

woman Adeliza of Louvain‏‎
Born ‎± 1103
Died ‎23 Apr 1151‎, approximately 48 years, 1st married/ related to: William d'Aubigny, 1st Earl of Arundel, ‎2nd marriage to: Henry I of England, King of England, Duke of Normandy

Sources

1) Source: The Henry Project . External Link. Reference: Henry I (Questionable reliability of evidence)
2) Source: Chippenham & Stanleigh Deeds "Maud the Empress, daughter of King Henry [I] and Henry her son, Duke of Normandy"Dated: Probably 1151 Evidence for Matilda being Henry's daughter. External Link. Reference: 1213/1 (Data from direct source)
3) Source: Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houdene "after whose death [Stephen] Henry, the son of Geoffrey, earl of Anjou, and of Matilda, the former empress of the Romans, and daughter of the before-named king Henry the First, took the helm of the kingdom of England" (Data from direct source)
4) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume III "when Prince Henry ascended the throne of England, he married Matilda, by whom he had William the Etheling, and Matilda the empress" (Data from secondary evidence)
5) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume III "This king, four months after he succeeded to the throne, disdaining to abandon himself to illicit connections, and be like horse and mule which have no understanding, married with royal pomp Matilda, a noble lady, by whom he had two children, Matilda and William." (Data from secondary evidence)
6) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume III "At the same time he married another daughter to Rotro count of Mortain, who bore her husband a daughter named Philippa." (Data from secondary evidence)
7) Source: Orderici Vitalis Historiæ Ecclesiasticæ Within a year of her coronation, Matilda bore a son called Henry: "Anno ab incarnatione Domini MLXVIII... priusquam annus perficeretur, filium nomine Henricum peperit.". Reference: Book 4 (Data from secondary evidence)
8) Source: The Henry Project . External Link. Reference: Eadgyth/Matilda of Scotland
9) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume III "Queen Matilda, whose baptismal name was Edith, died on the calends [the 1st] of May, and lies buried in the church of St. Peter, at Westminster" (Data from secondary evidence)
10) Source: The Henry Project . External Link. Reference: Matilda of England (The Empress Matilda) (Questionable reliability of evidence)
11) Source: Goldney Family Archives "Gift of the Empress Matilda and Henry, Duke of Normandy, her son"Dated: 1150. External Link. Reference: 473/4 (Data from direct source)
12) Source: Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houdene "king Henry, son of the empress Matilda" (Data from direct source)
13) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume III "Henry, king of England, gave his daughter Matilda in marriage to the emperor… After her husband's death, the empress Matilda returned to her native country… The king of England, her father, afterwards married her to Geoffrey count of Anjou ; and she bore her husband a son, named Henry, in the year of our Lord 1133" (Data from secondary evidence)
14) Source: Chronica de gestis consulum Andegavorum "In the same year [1186], our lord the king of England gave Ermengard, his kinswoman, daughter of Richard, viscount de Beaumont, in marriage to William, king of Scotland" (Data from secondary evidence)
15) Source: Duchy of Lancaster: Deeds, Series L "Charter by Ralph (de Gernons], Earl of Chester, addressed to his Bishop of Bangor, etc., notifying that Robert, Earl of Gloucester, gave to Matilda his daughter, Countess of Chester" Evidence for Robert being father of Matilda. External Link. Reference: DL 25/36 (Data from direct source)
16) Source: Chronica Magistri Rogeri de Houdene "In the same year, William, earl of Gloucester, son of earl Robert, brother of the empress, gave his daughter in marriage to John, the son of the king of England, together with the earldom of Gloucester, in case he should be able to marry the said damsel with the sanction of our lord the pope. In return for this grant, the king of England, the father, gave to the elder daughters of the said earl two hundred pounds of yearly revenues in England, namely, to the wife of Amaurus, earl of Evreux, one hundred pounds, and to the wife of Richard, earl of Clare, one hundred pounds." (Data from direct source)
17) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume IV "As we have already said, the king's sons, William and Richard, were amongst those who perished, with their sister Matilda, wife of Rotrou, count of Mortain" (Data from secondary evidence)
18) Source: The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy: Volume IV "King Henry, having lost his wife and his son, resolved after consulting his council, to contract another marriage, and having selected Adelaide, the beautiful daughter of the duke of Louvain, the marriage was celebrated"