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Richard of Normandy, Duke of Bernay, Duke of Bernay, was born circa 1054 in Normandy to William I of England (1027-1087) and Matilda of Flanders (c1031-1083) and died circa 1081 New Forest, Hampshire of unspecified causes. William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rollo of Normandy (860-932), Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Heir to the throne of England, Richard of Normandy was the second son of William the Conqueror, King of England, and Matilda of Flanders.

Between 1069 and 1075, Richard died in a hunting accident in the New Forest.[1][2] He was buried at Winchester Cathedral. In a twist of fate, his younger brother, King William Rufus, and a nephew, also named Richard, were also killed in the New Forest twenty-five years later.



Siblings


Offspring of William I of England (1027-1087) and Matilda of Flanders (c1031-1083)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Robert III, Duke of Normandy (c1051-1134) 1051 (Normandy) 10 February 1134 (Cardiff Castle+ Glamorganshire+ Wales) Sybilla of Conversano (-1103)
Richard of Normandy (c1054) 1054 Normandy 1081 New Forest, Hampshire
Adeliza of Normandy (c1055) 1055 Normandy 1065
Cecilia of Normandy (c1055) 1055 Normandy, France 30 July 1126 Caen, Calvados, France
William II of England (c1056-1100) 1056 Normandy, France 2 August 1100 New Forest, England, United Kingdom
Matilda of Normandy (c1061-1086) 1061 Normandy, France 1086 France
Adela of Normandy (c1062) 1062 Normandy, France 8 March 1138 Marcigny, Saône-et-Loire, France Stephen II, Count of Blois (c1045-1102)
Agatha of Normandy (c1064) 1064 1079
Constance of Normandy (c1066-1090) 1066 1090 Alain Fergent de Bretagne (c1060-1119)
Henry I of England (1068-1135) 13 June 1068 Selby, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom 1 December 1135 St. Denis-le-Fermont near Gisors, Picardy, Lyons-la-Forêt, Eure, France Ansfrid (1070-)
Matilda of Scotland (c1080-1118)
Sybil Corbet (1077-)
Edith (bef1135-)
Gieva de Tracy (bef1135-)
Nest ferch Rhys (c1073-aft1136)
Isabel de Beaumont (bef1135-)
Adeliza of Leuven (1103-1151)



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