Adalard of Paris

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Adalard (or Adalhard) of Paris (c. 830 – 10 October 890)[1][2] was the eighth Count of Paris and a Count palatine.[3] He was the son of Wulfhard of Flavigny and Suzanne of Paris, a daughter of Beggo, Count of Toulouse. His brother Hilduin the Young was the abbot of Saint-Denis. His brother Wulgrin I of Angoulême was appointed Count of Angoulême and Périgord. Adalard followed his uncle Leuthard II.

Adalard had two children: a son named Wulfhard and a daughter called Adelaide of Paris (850 – 10 November 901). She married King Louis II of France and had two children with him.

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  1. ^ "CAROLINGIAN NOBILITY". Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. 3 November 2018. Retrieved 6 April 2019.
  2. ^ Boaz, A. (2014). Specific Ancestral Lines of the Boaz, Paul, Welty & Fishel Families. Adrienne Boaz. p. 768. ISBN 978-0-692-27837-6. Retrieved 6 April 2019. ... He may have married Susanna sometime around 825 to 830, as the conjectured birth year for Adalhard is circa 830. He died on October 10, 890. Susanna of Paris (Bego, Alpais) may have been born around 805 to 810, and she was the mother of Wulfhard ...
  3. ^ Jan, R.L.; LeJan, R. (1995). Famille et pouvoir dans le monde franc (VIIe-Xe siècle): essai d'anthropologie sociale. Histoire ancienne et médiévale (in French). Publications de la Sorbonne. p. 215. ISBN 978-2-85944-268-2. Retrieved 6 April 2019. Le descendant de Gérard de Paris qui obtint le comté de Paris vers 882 se nommait Adalhard. Il était le seul des quatre fils du comte Wulfhard et de son épouse Suzanne, elle-même fille du comte de Paris Bégon, à avoir reçu un nom ...