Floris IV van Holland, Count of Holland, was born 14 June 1210 in The Hague, Netherlands to Willem I van Holland (c1165-1223) and Aleid van Gelre (1187-1218) and died 19 July 1234 Corbie, France of unspecified causes. He married Machteld van Brabant (c1200-1267) 6 December 1224 JL in Antwerp, Belgium. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s.
Floris IV, Count of Holland, succeeded his father in 1222. His regent was Baldwin of Bentheim. He acquired the Land of Altena. He had constant disputes with the bishop of Utrecht, Otto of Lippe, but helped him against the peasants of Drenthe in 1227. Floris was a real knight, who went on crusade against the Stedingers north of Bremen in 1234. He died at a French tourney, allegedly killed by the jealous husband of Mathilde de Boulogne.
|Willem II van Holland (1228-1256)||February 1228||28 January 1256 Hoogwoud||Elizabeth von Braunschweig (c1235-1266)|
|Hendrik van Holland (?-?)|
|Floris van Holland (c1228-1258)|
|Machteld van Holland (?-?)|
|Aleid van Holland (bef1234-1284)||1234||1284||Jean I d'Avesnes (1218-1257)|
|Margaretha van Holland (1234-1276)||1234||1276||Hermann I. von Henneberg (1224-1290)|
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