Hugh, son of Charlemagne
Hugh was the abbot of several abbacies: Saint-Quentin (822–823), Lobbes (836), and Saint-Bertin (836). In 834, he was made archchancellor of the Holy Roman Empire by Louis the Pious, his half-brother.
He is sometimes confused with Hugh the Abbot, resulting in the erroneous claim that he had a daughter, Petronilla (born 825, date of death unknown), who married Tertullus of Anjou, the father of Ingelger. This Petronilla was actually a kinswoman of the other Hugh.
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