Godfrey Comte de Boulogne
- Born: Bef 1061, Baisy, Brabant, Belgium
- Marriage: Beatrice de Mandeville
- Died: 18 Jul 1100, Jerusalem 160,755
Weis' Ancestral Roots. . ., 58A:23, Weis adds a lengthy note summarizing the debate over whether or not he was the father of William de Boulogne. 160
~An Analysis of the Domesday Book of the County of Norfolk, "Predigree of Count Eustace," pg. 14, calls him Gedgrey, King of Jerusalem 782
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 160
Godfrey, comté de Boulogne, duc de Lorraine, likely born earlier than 1061, usually given at Baisy, Brabant. He died in Jerusalem 18 Jul 1100. He was a Domesday tenant of 1086 at Carshalton, Surrey, and he was a leader of the First Crusade & elected King of Jerusalem, but took the title Advocate of the Holy Sepulcher as Godfrey I. He was the father of Guillaume de Boulogne. He married Beatrice de Manderville, daughter Geodfrey de Manderville and the aunt of the first Earl of Essex.
~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 158A:23
Godfrey married Beatrice de Mandeville, daughter of Geoffrey de Mandeville and Athelaise de Mandeville.