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Hrollager Rögnvaldsson
(Abt 874-)
Thibauld comte de Blois et Comte de Chartres
(Abt 885-Bef 954)
Richilde de Bourges
Hrólfr "Thurstain" Hrollaugsson
(Bef 890-After 920)
Gerlotte de Blois
Ansfrid Hrólfsson "the Dane"
(935-After 978)


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Helloe de Beulac

Ansfrid Hrólfsson "the Dane"

  • Born: 935
  • Marriage: Helloe de Beulac
  • Died: After 978

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Background Information. 725
This ancestry is said to descend from Rongwald or Raungwaldar, Earl of Maere, or the Fair haired, who was the father of Hrolf, or Rollo, the first Duke of Nomandy. Rongwald, like the majority of his countrymen and kinsmen, had several children by a favorite slave, whom he married "more Dancico," and Hrolf Thurstain, the son of one of them, followed his uncle Rollo into Normandy and was able marry Gerlotte de Blois, daughter of Thibaut, Count of Blois and Chartres. From them descended the Lord of Briquebec, Bec-Cripin, Montfort-sur-Risle and others who figure as campanions of the Conqueror.

The third son of Gerlotte was Ansfrid the Dane, the first Vicomte of Hiemois, and father of Ansfrid the second, surnamed Goz, whose son Thurstain Goz was the great favorite of Robert Duke of Normandy, the father of the Conqueror.
~The Conquerors and his Companions, pg. 18

Ansfrid married Helloe de Beulac, daughter of Comte Godfrey de Beulac and Unknown. (Helloe de Beulac was born about 942.)

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