Berenger, Counts of Barcelona
Raymond III Borrel, Count of Barcelona, b abt 978, d 1019. He md Ermesende of
Carcassonne abt 997, daughter of Roger I of Carcassonne and Adelaide. She was b abt 982.
Children of Raymond III Borrel and Ermesende of Carcassonne were:
Child of Berenger Raymond I and Sancha of Castile was:
Marche abt 1055, daughter of Bernard, Count de La Marche, and Amelia of Aulay.
Child of Raymond I Berenger and Almodis de la Marche was:
Raymond II Berenger, Count of Barcelona, b abt 1056, Spain, d 5 Dec 1082 (murdered). He md Mahaut of Apulia abt 1075, daughter of Robert Guiscard, Duke of Apulia, Calabria, and Sicily, and Sikelgaita of Salerno.
Children of Raymond Berenger III and Dulce/Aldonza of Gevaudan were:
Child Raymond IV Berenger and Petronilla of Aragon was:
Alfonso II, King of Aragon, b 4 Apr 1152, d 25 Apr 1196. He md Sancha of Castile 19 Jan 1174/75, Spain, daughter of Alfonso VII, King of Castile and Leon, and Richilde of Poland.
Pedro II, King of Aragon, b 1176, d 13 Sep 1213, Battle of Muret. He md Marie de Montpellier 1204, daughter of William VIII de Montpellier, Seigneur de Montpellier, and Eudoxia
Child of Pedro II of Aragon and Marie de Montpellier was:
James I, King of Aragon, b 1/2 Feb 1208, Montpellier, France, d 25 Jul 1276, Valencia. He md Yolande of Hungary 8 Sep 1235, daughter of Andrew II, King of Hungary, and Yolande de Courtenay.
Alfonso, Count of Provence, b abt 1178, d abt 1209. He md Gersende of Sabran 1193, daughter of Rainou, Count of Forcalquier. She was b abt 1180.
Child of Alfonso and Gersende of Sabran was:
Raymond V Berenger, Count of Provence and Forcalquier, b 1198, Aix-en-Provence, France, d 19 Aug 1245. He md Beatrix of Savoy 5 Jun 1219, daughter of Thomas I of Savoy, Count of Savoy, and Margaret of Geneva.
Child of Berenger I Raymond and Guisle of Ampurias was:
a. What is shown here is a variance to Ancestral Roots, Line 108 which states that one source shows Sibylle, wife of Henry of Burgundy, as daughter of Raymond Berenger I, d 1035, by (3) wife Guisle d'Ampurias. Integrating additional information posted by Todd Farmerie on SGM, it appears that this statement is in error; that it was the father of Raymond Berenger, namely Berenger Ramond, who died in 1035. Thus it is presumed that the third marriage ascribed to Raymond I Berenger was actually the marriage of his father. The chronology also appears to support this correction.
AR: Line 101, Line 104, Line 105[29-30], Line 108, Line 111[26-30], Line 113; SGM: Todd Farmerie.
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