Adrian, Count of Orléans
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|Adrian of Orléans|
|Count of Orléans|
|Died||before November 821|
|Father||Gerold of Vinzgau|
|Mother||Emma of Alemannia|
Adrian of Orléans (c. 755-d. before November 821) was a Frankish count. His sister Hildegard of Vinzgouw married Charlemagne; therefore, he was the emperor's brother-in-law and uncle to the next emperor, Louis the Pious.
He was the son of Gerold of Vinzgau and Emma of Alemannia.
He married Waldrada, who may have been a daughter of Wilhelmid Adalhelm of Autun, and had issue:
- Odo I, Count of Orleans (d. aft. 15 Feb 834), who married Engeltrude of Fézensac, daughter of Count Leuthard I of Paris.
- Waldrada who married Robert III of Worms (d. 834), count of the Oberrheingau and the Wormsgau, father of Robert the Strong.
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