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CHAMPAGNE, BOURGES, QUERCY AND AURILLAC

DUKE DROGO OF CHAMPAGNE

[DROG221] Drogo (born 670, son of [PEPI219] Pepin & Plectrude, see AUSTRASIA), DUKE IN CHAMPAGNE (690), mayor of the palace at Burgundy 695) married Altrudis of Neustria (widow of Mayor of the Palace Berchar, and daughter of Mayor of the Palace Ansflede & Waratton). He died 24th March 708.

[DROG232] Godefroi (3rd son of Drogo) married Pamponia de Bourges (daughter of Optatus of Bourges).

[DROG242] --- de Champagne (daughter of Godefroi) married [BRGS241] Count Cunibert (see BOURGES below).

[DROG231] Arnulf (2nd son of Drogo, but his heir as eldest son became a monk), DUKE OF CHAMPAGNE.

[DROG241] Avigernus, Bishop of Cahors.

[DROG252] --- de Cahors (daughter of Avigernus) married [BRGS251] Bishop Ebroin (see BOURGES below).

BOURGES COUNTY

[BRGS241] Cunibert, Count of Bourges, married [DROG242] --- de Champagne (daughter of Godefroi, see DUKE DROGO OF CHAMPAGNE above).

[BRGS252] Adeltrudis (daughter of Cunibert) married [MAYN261] Gauzlin I du Maine (see MAINE COUNTY).

[BRGS251] Ebroin, Bishop of Bourges, married [DROG252] --- de Cahors (daughter of Bishop Avigernus, see DUKE DROGO OF CHAMPAGNE above).

[BRGS262] Aiga de Bourges (daughter of Ebroin) married [QUCY261] Count Radulf (see QUERCY below).

QUERCY COUNTY

[QUCY251] Immo, Count of Quercy.

[QUCY261] Radulf, Count of Quercy, married [BRGS262] Aiga de Bourges (daughter of Bishop Ebroin, see BOURGES above).

[QUCY271] Rotbert, Count of Quercy, married [MAYN283] Rotrudis du Main (daughter of Roricon, see MAINE COUNTY).

[QUCY282] Aldetrude sainte (daughter of Rotbert) married [AURI281] Count Gerard of Aurillac (see AURILLAC below).

AURILLAC COUNTY

[AURI281] Gerard d'Auvergne (son of [AQUI271] Count Gerard III see HOUSE OF AUVERGNE), Count of Aurillac, married [QUCY282] Aldetrude saint de Quercy (daughter of Count Rotbert, see QUERCY above).

[AURI292] Adeltrude d'Aurillac (daughter of Gerard) married [COMB291] Vicomte Hildebert de Limoges (see LIMOGES).