Name: Bertha de Vermandois 1
Change Date: 22 MAY 2008
Guillaume de Bec, c. 960, gave land to the Benedictine Priory of Saint-Ymer-en-Auge et de Briquebec; a confirmation charter sanctioned by Duke Richard I., and witnessed by Count Robert de Vermandois. This connection, suggestive of a close family tie, and later ties of marriage, suggests that Guillaume de Bec's wife was one of three sisters of Robert de Vermandois; the children of Herbert 11., 884-23/2/943, Count of Vermandois, and Adela de France, 895-931, a.k.a Hildebranda, daughter of Robert 1, 866-15/6/923, King of France.
Guillaume de Bec
- Crispin de Bec
- Text: THE ORIGINS OF THE STANHOPE FAMILY
With some account of the associated families of Beaumont, Bertram, Colville, Crispin, Everly, Mowbray, and Percy.
By Michael Stanhope.