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[CARO291] King Louis IV of France m. [SAXY275] Gerberga von Saxony . [LOTH311] Duke Charles of Lower Lotharingia m1. [LOTU333] Bonne d'Ardenne . . [LOTH322] Ermengarde of Lotharingia m. [NAMU321] Count Albert I of Namur . . [LOTH323] Gerberga de Louvain m. [LOUV321] Count Lambert I of Louvain
[LOTH311] Charles of Lower Lotharingia (born at Laon, 953, son of [CARO291] King Louis IV, see CAROLINGIAN HOUSE), married 1. [LOTU333] Bonne-Adelaide (daughter of Count Godefroi of Ardennes, see LORRAINE (HOUSE OF VERDUN) DUKEDOM); then 2. (c.973) Agnes (daughter of Herbert of Vermandois, Count of Troyes by Ogive, widow of King Charles the simple). [However, the German version  shows only one wife, Adelheid, daughter of Count Heribert III of Troyes?] Charles was DUKE OF LOWER-LOTHARINGIA (976-991). He was captured and imprisoned (991) by King Hugh capet after he attempted to assert his right to the throne, and died at Orleans (995).
[LOTH322] Ermengarde (daughter of Charles & Bonne) married (c.990) [NAMU321] Count Albert I (see NAMUR COUNTY).
[LOTH323] Gerberga (daughter of Charles & Bonne) married [LOUV321] Count Lambert I (see LOUVAIN).
[LUXE311] Count Frederick I of Moselle m. [WETX393] Countess Irmentrud of Gleiburg . [FRED321] Duke Frederick II of Lower Lorraine m1. [BOUL332] Gerberge de Boulogne . . [FRED332] Jutta de Lower Lorraine m. [LIMX331] Count Waleran II of Limburg & Arlon
[FRED321] Frederick II (born 1003, 2nd son of [LUXE311] Count Frederick I, see LUXEMBOURG COUNTY), March Count of Antwerp, DUKE OF LOWER LORRAINE (1046-65). He married 1. [BOUL332] Gerberge (daughter of Count Eustache I, see BOULOGNE COUNTY); then 2. Ida von Saxony (heiress of Laroche in the Ardennes, daughter of DUKE BERNHARD II, see SAXONY (BILLUNG) DUKEDOM). Frederick died 28th May 1065, and Ida died July 1102.
[FRED332] Jutta (born c.1040, daughter of DUKE FREDERICK II & Gerberga) married (1062) [LIMX331] Count Waleran II (see LIMBURG (LONGWY) COUNTY).
See LORRAINE (HOUSE OF VERDUN) DUKEDOM for these Dukes, who were mainly Dukes of Upper Lorraine.