Adelais av Amboise
född 850, död 905
Adelais av Amboise
f. 850
Amboise, Indre et Loire, Centre, Frankrike

d. 905
Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, Frankrike

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Adelais av Amboise, född 850 i Amboise, Indre et Loire, Centre, Frankrike, död 905 i Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, Frankrike.

Adelais of Amboise came from an influential Frankish family in the Loire Valley. Through her mother, whose name is unknown, she was the niece of Adelard, Archbishop of Tours, and Raino, Bishop of Angers. In 865, her uncles arranged a marriage for her to a Frankish man named Ingelger, described as a miles optimus, whose devotion to Charles the Bald had been rewarded with land and military commands. Adelais’ dowry included Buzençais, Châtillon-sur-Indre, and the fortress of Amboise, which ultimately grew to be the royal residence known as the Château d'Amboise. Adelais and Ingelger, who has been identified as either a viscount or the first count of Anjou, were the parents of Fulk the Red, who became the first hereditary count of Anjou. According to the Gesta Consulum Andegavorum, “after the death of her husband, Adelais was unjustly accused of adultery by a group of nobles led by ‘Guntrannus parens Ingelgerii’ but later exonerated.” Geoffrey of Anjou, founder of England’s Plantagenet dynasty, traced his ancestry to Adelais and Ingelger.

Gift med
Ingelger av Anjou, född 845 i Rennes, Ille et Vilaine, Bretagne, Frankrike, död 888 i Anjou, Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire, Frankrike. Buried - Saint-Martin, Châteauneuf-sur-Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, Frankrike.

Foulques I av Anjou, född 870, död 942

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