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Adele Carolingian of Meaux was born 950 to Robert de Vermandois (918-968) and Adelaide-Werra de Chalon (920-967) and died 980 of unspecified causes. She married Lambert de Chalon (930-979) . She married Geoffrey I of Anjou (-987) . Charlemagne (747-814).

The French Wikipedia has her first husband marry her mother,[1] which is unlikely, given her age. The same source has her a daughter Gerberge marry King Adalberto of Italy. This would make Adele a grandmother at the age of 12. However, in the reconstruction shown here, Adele is married to two men at once, with her youngest daughter from her first marriage born around 972 and her eldest daughter from her second marriage born around 965.

Note that Genealogie Quebec merges her with her sister.[2]


Offspring of Lambert de Chalon (930-979) and Adele of Meaux
Name Birth Death Joined with
Hugh I de Chalon (?-1039)
Mahaut de Chalon (?-1019) Henri I de Bourgogne (c948-1002)
Geoffroi de Semur (?-c990)
Aelis of Chalon (?-?) Guy I de Macon (975-1006)
Elizabeth de Chalon (970-1014)

Offspring of Geoffrey I of Anjou (-987) and Adele of Meaux
Name Birth Death Joined with
Gottfried of Anjou (?-987) 987
Fulk III, Count of Anjou (972-1040) 972 21 June 1040 Metz, France Élisabeth de Vendôme (c979-999)
Hildegarde de Beaugency (c990-)
Ermengarde of Anjou (bef967-) 967 Conan I of Rennes (927-992)
Gerberge of Anjou (965-1041) 965 1041 Guillaume III Taillefer of Angoulême (960-1028)


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