Hedwig of France, Countess of Mons
|Hedwig of France|
|Title||Countess of Mons|
|Spouse(s)||Rainier IV of Hainaut|
Adelaide of Aquitaine
In 996 Hedwig married Rainier IV of Hainaut (947–1013). They had children:
- Reginar V, Count of Mons. Married Mathilde of Verdun, daughter of Herman, Count of Brabant.
- Lambert of Mons
- Beatrix, who married Ebles I, Count of Rheims and Roucy, and Archbishop of Rheims.
- Ermentrude, died at the age of two or three; buried in the Collegiate Church of Saint Gertrude in Nivelles, Belgium. The burial came to light during an excavation. A lead cross, inscribed with her name and that of her parents, was found in the tomb.
Following the death of her first husband, Hedwig re-married to Hugh de Dagsbourg. She died after 1013.
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