Counts of Verdun
The counts of Verdun, now in eastern France, were often during the Middle Ages rulers of Lorraine; the descendants of the early counts were also margraves in Tuscany and Latin rulers in the Latin East after the First Crusade.
- to 923 Ricwin, married secondly Cunigunda, widow of Wigeric, Count of Bidgau
- 923–944 Otto, also duke of Lorraine from 940, son of Ricwin by his first marriage
- 963–1002 Godfrey I, called the Prisoner, son of Gothelo, Count of Bidgau, son of Wigeric and Cunigunda, and Uda of Metz; married Matilda, daughter of Herman, Duke of Saxony
- 1002–1012 Godfrey II, son of previous, duke of Lower Lorraine from 1012 to his death in 1023
- 1012–1022 Frederick, brother of previous
- 1022–1024 Herman (d.1029), brother of previous, retired to monastery
- 1024–1025 Louis, also count of Chiny, received the county from Bishop Raimbert, killed by Gothelo, brother of Herman, who took the city and gave it as an appanage to Godfrey, his son
- 1025–1069 Godfrey III, called the Bearded, also duke of Upper Lorraine from 1044 and Lower Lorraine from 1065, he was deprived of his possessions, Verdun included, by the Emperor Henry III, but he was reinstated and spent his life vacillating between rebellion and peace
- 1069–1076 Godfrey IV, called the Hunchback, son of previous, also duke of Lower Lorraine
- 1076–1086 Matilda of Tuscany, called la Gran Contessa, widow of previous, also marquise of Tuscany
- 1086–1095 Godfrey V (d.1100), nephew of Godfrey IV, also duke of Lower Lorraine from 1089 and defender of the Holy Sepulchre from 1099
- 1100–1105 Theodoric, also count of Montbéliard and Bar
- 1105–1134 Reginald (d.1149), called le Borgne, son of previous, also count of Montbéliard and Bar
In 1134, the bishop deposed Reginald and reattached the county to the episcopal demesne.