Béatrice Carolingian of Vermandois was born 880 in Paris, France to Herbert I de Vermandois (c848-907) and Bertha de Morvois (c850-c907) and died after 26 March 931 Soissons, France of unspecified causes. She married Robert I of France (866-923) 896 JL in Paris, France.
|Offspring of Béatrice of Vermandois and Robert I of France (866-923)|
|Hugh the Great (898-956)||898 Paris, Ile-de-France, France||16 June 956 Dourdan, Ile-de-France, France||Judith de Maine (bef900-925) Eadhilda of Wessex (-937) Hadwig von Sachsen (c917-959) Judith de Maine (bef900-925) Eadhilda of Wessex (-937) Hadwig von Sachsen (c917-959) Raingarde|
|Richilda of France (895-931)|
The Oxford History of Medieval Europe shows a family tree with Beatrice as the wife of Robert I, Duke of France, daughter of Herbert I de Vermandois, and sister of Herbert II de Vermandois. It also says that her brother Herbert II was a crucial ally of both her husband and her son Hugh the Great.
The Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page for Robert I, Duke of France says that in the Historia Francorum Senonensis she is "sororem Herberti", the wife of "Robertus princeps". She and Robert I were married about 897.