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Philippa (Mathilde Or Maude), Countess Of Toulouse
(Abt 1073-1117)
Aimeri I Viscount Of Chatellerault
(1075-)
Dangereuse (Aka) Maubergeonne De L' Isle Bouchard
(1079-)
Guillaume X Duke Of Aquitaine
(1099-1137)
Elbeanor De Chatellerault
(Abt 1103-After 1130)
Elbeonore Princess Of Aquitaine
(1121-1204)

 

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Henry II "Plantagenet" King Of England

Elbeonore Princess Of Aquitaine 1

  • Born: 1121-1122, Chcateau DE Belin, Bordeaux, Aquitaine
  • Marriage: Henry II "Plantagenet" King Of England 11 May 1152, , Bordeaux, Gironde, France
  • Died: 31 Mar 1204, Poitiers, Poitou, Aquitaine, at age 83
  • Buried: Abbaye DE Fontevrault, Fontevrault, France
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bullet   Ancestral File Number: 8XJ3-Q2.

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Queen Eleanor was born in 1123 in Chateau De Belin, Bordeaux, Aquitaine. She was the daughter of Duke Guillaume X of Aquitaine <of-aquitaine.htm> and Eleanor de Chatellerault <de-lusignan.htm>. She died on 31 Mar 1204 in Poitiers, Poitou, Aquitaine . Queen Eleanor - In an age known largely for the exploits of kings, princes, dukes, and their warriors, Eleanor of Aquitaine stood out as one of the most remarkable of women. She was the wife and mother of kings and a dominant political force in the Europe of her time. When her fagther died in 1137 she inherited his domain, which was larger than that ruled by the king of France. The same year she married the heir to the French throne, who became King Louis Vii a month afterward. During their 15-year marriage, she exerted considerable influence upon the running of the country and even accompanied him on the Second Crusade from 1147 to 1149. His jealousy led to separation, and the marriage was annulled; but she regained possession of Aquitaine. In 1152 she married Henry Plantagenet, who became Henry Ii of England two years later. Together they had eight children, among whom were Richard I the Lion-Hearted and John, both of whom later became kings of England. This union brought together England, Aquitaine, Anjou, and Normandy under one rule. Two centuries later England's various French possessions became an underlying cause of the Hundred Years' War. After the revolt of her sons against Henry Ii, Eleanor was kept in semi-confinement from 1174 to 1189, when Henry died. She then became active in affairs of state under her son Richard I and, after his death without an heir in 1199, under John. She worked for peace between France and England and helped preserve John's French domains. Eleanor died on April 1, 1204, in the monastery at Fontevrault in Anjou. (Sources: - <of-france_2.htm>)

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Elbeonore married Henry II "Plantagenet" King Of England, son of Geoffrey V "Le Bon" Plantagenet and Matilda (Maud) Empress Of Germany, on 11 May 1152 in , Bordeaux, Gironde, France. (Henry II "Plantagenet" King Of England was born on 5 Mar 1133 in , Le Mans, Sarthe, France, died on 6 Jul 1189 in , Chinon, Indre-Et-Loire, France and was buried on 8 Jul 1189 in Fontevrault Abbey, Fontevrault, Maine-Et-Loire, France.)

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