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‎Between 865 and 866;

Robert 'the Strong' of France was recorded as "Count of Auxerre and Nevers"

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No. of families2146
Most children13
No. of individuals4595

Family


man Guigues of Albon‏‎ 1)
Born ‎± 940‎ 1)
Died ‎between 7 Sep and 18 Oct 996‎, 55 or 56 years 1)

Notes: The Counts of Albon were medieval counts of an area in the Rhone valley, around Vienne (France - not Vienna), but not the county of Vienne itself. As all the early counts were called Guiges, it is exceptionally difficult to accurately differentiate between the different generations. There is a continuous line of Guigues back to at least 996, and that Guigues may even have been the son of a Guiges, count of Vienne.

George de Manteyer sugests that this Guigues was the son of Guigues and Wandalmoda. Son of Guigues. Son of Rostaing and Bertilde. Son of Rostaing and Sufficie. These early generations have not been listed here, given the lack of certainty and very limited evidence.

Married/ Related
to:

woman Fredeburge Unknown‏‎ 1)
Died ‎after 1027 1)

Child:

1.
man Guigues of Albon‏ 2)
Born ‎± 960‎ 2)
Died ‎before 6 Jun 1009‎ 2)

Sources

1) Source: Les origines du Dauphiné de Viennois: la première race des comtes d’Albon (843-1228) "Des le 18 Octobre 996, dom Guigues IV était mort s'il était né vers 950 ou 960, il avait atteint quarante ou cinquante ans. Sa veuve, Fredeburge, lui survit quelque années... vers 1027, elle parait, pour la derniere fois, dans les chartes de Domene... L'acte du 7 septembre 996, de Guigues IV et de Frédéburge, portait les souscriptions de leurs fils Umbert, Richard, Guigues". Reference: Page 63 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
2) Source: Les origines du Dauphiné de Viennois: la première race des comtes d’Albon (843-1228) "Guigues V... Né vers 960... Comme il meurt avant le 6 juin 1009... il épousa Gotelenne, fille de Silvion sire de Clérieu et de Wille, soeur de Guillaume de Clérieu... De Gotelenne, Guigues V a trois fils, Humbert, Guigues et Guillaume". Reference: Page 70 (Questionable reliability of evidence)