Robert "le Pieux" Capet Roi des Francs
- Born: 27 Mar 970-972, Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France 191
- Marriage: Constance de Toulouse in 1001-1003 in France 194
- Died: 20 Jul 1031, Meulan, Aquitaine, France at age 61 191,194
- Buried: Basilica of St. Denis, Paris, France
Another name for Robert was Robert II "the Pious," King of France.
~Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 53:21, 101:21, 107:20, 108:21, 128:21, 141:21, 141A:21, 146:19, 162:20, Robert the Pious, King of France, son of Hugh Magnus and Adelaide of Poitou, married Constance of Provence, daughter of William II, comté de Arles y Provence by his wife Adélaide or Blanche, daughter of Fulk II, comté d'Anjou. Robert and Constance were the parents of: Adéle, wife of Renaud I, comté de Nevers; Henry I, King of France who married Anne of Kiev; Robert "the Old", Duke of Burgundy; Adéle or Aelis of France, who married as her first husband, Richard Duke of Normandy and as her second husband, Baldwin V, count of Flanders. 160
~Fenwick Allied Ancestry, pg. 98, Pedigree 62 726
~The Empire and the Papacy, 918-1273, "Pedigree of the Captian Kings of France," pp. 94, 95, Robert II, son of Hugh Capet and Adéla, called "The Pious," married first, Rosaia; second, Bertha, daughter of Conrad, King of Arles, and widow of Odo I de Blois; m. third Constance of Arles 959
~Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III, p. 34, m. at Orleans, 970, second wife, Constance of Toulouse 530
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Robert the Pious, born 971, died 1031, and reigned from 999 until his death. He was a royal composer, chorister and poet, who might have ruled in Italy but preferred that his palace should be his cloister, where he lived in the enjoyment of melody and song.
~Wurt's Magna Charta, p. 184
Robert married Constance de Toulouse, daughter of Guillaume II Marquis de Provence Comte d'Arles et Toulouse and Unknown, in 1001-1003 in France.528 (Constance de Toulouse was born in 974-986 in Toulouse, Aquitaine, France, died in 1033 in Melun, France 528 and was buried in St. Denis, Aude, France.)