Reginald I, Count of Bar
|Reginald I, Count of Bar|
|Spouse(s)||Giselle of Vaudémont|
|Noble family||House of Montbéliard|
|Father||Theodoric I, Count of Montbéliard|
|Mother||Ermentrude of Bourgogne|
|Died||10 March 1149
Reginald I (also called "the One-eyed", Reinald I, Renaud I; c. 1080 – 10 March 1149) was Count of Bar (1105–1149). Barrois, during the Middle Ages, was the territory of the counts and dukes of Bar, in the eastern part of present-day France, bordering Lorraine.
Reginald was one of the leaders of the Second Crusade in 1145. He was drowned somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea on his return voyage to Europe on or before 10 March 1149.
- Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700 by Frederick Lewis Weis, Line 144-24.
- Medieval Lands Project on Renaud (Reginald) de Bar
Reginald I, Count of BarBorn: c. 1080 Died: 10 March 1149
Theodoric II of Bar
|Count of Bar
Reginald II of Bar
|This biography of a French peer or noble is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|