House of Ingelger

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The House of Ingelger (French: Ingelgeriens) is the first dynasty in Anjou. It was founded by Ingelger (died 886), Viscount of Angers, whose son Fulk the Red made himself count of Anjou. By inheritance, the family came into the possession of the county Vendôme.

The family died out in the male line in 1060 with Geoffrey II of Anjou. He was succeeded in Anjou by his maternal nephew, Geoffrey the Bearded, son of the Count of Gâtinais.[1]

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