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JUDUAEL or ALAN I, Duke of Brittany, was born in 535.
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His son Charles, 2nd duke (1701-1750), addec~to the titles he inherited from his father that of duke of Aubigny in France, to which he succeeded in 1734 on the death of his grandmother the duchess of Portsmouth; and all these honors are stifi held by his descendant the present duke of Richmond.
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His son Charles, 2nd duke (1701-1750), addec~to the titles he inherited from his father that of duke of Aubigny in France, to which he succeeded in 1734 on the death of his grandmother the duchess of Portsmouth; and all these honors are stifi held by his descendant the present duke of Richmond.
The 4th duke (1764-1819) and his wife Charlotte, daughter of the 4th duke of Gordon, were the givers of the famous ball at Brussels on the night before the battle of Quatre Bras, immortalized in Byron's Childe Harold.
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 Duke of Brittany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Conan IV, Duke of Brittany, "The Younger", son of Bertha and Alan of Richmond.
Genealogy of the Dukes of Brittany  ( http://genealogy.euweb.cz/index.html)
Eudo of Porhoet, Duke of Brittany (r.1148- 1156), married Bertha, daughter of Conan III
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Duke Alan IV of Brittany "Fergant" was born circa 1067 at of Bretagne, France.
Hawisa of Brittany (?) married Duke Hoël V of Brittany, son of Alain Caignard (?) and Judith of Nantes (?), in 1066.
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 Battle of Tinchebray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also on Henry's side were Alan IV, Duke of Brittany, William, count of Evreux, Ralph of Tosny, Robert of Montfort, and Robert of Grandmesil.
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 ARTHUR, CHESTER ALAN - LoveToKnow Article on ARTHUR, CHESTER ALAN
The sla ace concluded between the duke of Brittany and the English he September 1427 led to his expulsion from the court, where br ~orges de la Trmoille, whom he himself had recommended to we eking, remained supreme for sixyears, during which Richmond ad ed in vain to overthrow him.
In the field he met with In whole series of reverses; and at court, where his rough and 101 erbearing manners made him disliked, his influence was over- la~ adowed by that of a series of incompetent favorites.
iv., Der Karrenritter, which is a long :1 elaborate restating of his position.
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Alan IV of Brittany Fergant Count.Alan married Constance in 1086 in Caen.
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Between 1158 and 1166, Henry II annexed Brittany to his continental holdings, marrying his younger son, Geoffrey, to Constance, heiress of the duchy.
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Conan III of Cornwall ( 1070 - 1148) was duke of Brittany, from 1112 to his death.
He was son of Duke Alan IV and Ermengarde of Anjou.
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 Alan I, Duke of Brittany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alan I of Vannes (died 907), known as the Great, was count of Vannes and duke of Brittany, from 877 to his death.
His accession was disputed with Judicael of Rennes, son of Gurvand, whom he defeated in battle in 888.
He became ruler of Brittany after the death of his brother Pasquitan and his rival in Brittany, Gurvand.
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 Brittany - Bretagne
JUDUAEL or ALAN I, Duke of Brittany, was born in 535.
GEOFFREY, Duke of Brittany 992-1008, was born in 980 and died in 1008.
JUDITH of Brittany was born in 982 and died in 1017/18.
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Judith of (Bretagne or Rennes or) Brittany, Earl Alan of Brittany.
Count Conan I le Fort the Crooked Berengar of (Bretagne) Brittany was born in 927 in Bretagne, Rennes, France.
Heiress Anne of Brittany was born in 1477.
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 GENUKI: Richmond Parish information from Bulmers' 1890.
He was also Duke of Brittany, and Comte de Montefort, but in consequence of his decided leaning towards the interests of England, he was dispossessed by the French king of his territories in that country, and returning to England, lived upon the profits of his earldom.
The vast possessions of Edwin were given by the king to Alan, surnamed Rufus, or the Red, from the colour of his hair, one of the sons of Eudo, earl of Brittany, and a relative of the Conqueror.
Alan died in 1089, and the barony passed in succession to his brothers, Alan Niger and Stephen, the latter of whom died in 1137, at the age of 90.
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 Duke of Brittany
Following Alan II 's death in 952, Brittany is disputed between the Houses of Nantes and Rennes, until 990, when count Conan of Rennes pacifies the duchy under his control.
Genealogy of the Dukes of Brittany ( http://genealogy.euweb.cz/index.html)
After a five year conflict, France recognized Brittany as a ducal state in 846 and as a kingdom in 851.
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BERNARD I DUKE OF SAXONY, Schwanhilde OF SAXONY.
BERNARD I DUKE OF SAXONY and HILDEGARDE OF STADE.
WLADISLAW I HERMAN DUKE OF POLAND was born in 1043.
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Alan IV of Brittany Fergant Count.Alan married Constance in 1086 in Caen.
Geoffrey Duke of Brittany [ Parents ] was born on 23 Sep 1158.
Robert Curthose Duke of Normandy [ Parents ] was born in 1054 in Normandy,France.
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This Alan married Bertha the daughter and heiress of Conan III the reigning Duke of Brittany.
Presumably she was instructed to do so for in the same year Henry III granted the earldom specifically to John duke of Brittany (1216 to 1286) and the son of Peter of Braine.
From 1414 to 1435 the earldom was held by John Plantagenet, duke of Bedford and in 1452 was conferred on Edmund Tudor, brother to King Henry VI.
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