Counts of the Vexin

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The county of the Vexin was a medieval French county that was later partitioned between the Vexin Français (French Vexin) and the Vexin Normand (Norman Vexin).

Carolingian counts[edit]

  • 753-764 Romuald, survivor of the Battle of Poitiers (732)
  • in 790 Griffon
  • 796 Riferus
  • (date unknown) Regnauld
  • about 851-864 Geilenus, count of Meulan

Nibelungs[edit]

  • 864-after 879 Nibelung IV
  • Theodoric I, his son
  • 886 Adelram III and Theodoric II, defenders of Pontoise, nephews of Theodoric I

House of Valois-Vexin-Amiens[edit]

  • about 895-919 Ermenfroi, also count of Amiens and Valois
  • 915-926 Ralph I d'Ostrevent, also count of Amiens and Valois
  • 926-943 Ralph II, also count of Amiens and Valois, son of preceding
  • 943-after 992 Walter I, also count of Amiens and Valois, apparently brother of preceding
  • about 998-after 1017 Walter II the White, also count of Amiens and Valois, son of preceding
  • about 1024-1035 Drogo, also count of Amiens, son of preceding
  • 1035-1063 Walter III, also count of Amiens, Valois and Maine, son of preceding
  • 1063-1074 Ralph IV, also count of Valois and Amiens, son of Ralph III of Valois and grandson of Walter II
  • 1074-1077 Simon, also count of Valois and Amiens, he became a monk and his properties were dispersed, Vexin being partitioned between the Duke of Normandy and the King of France

House of Bourbon[edit]