|Died||1120 or 1124|
|Noble family||Carolingian dynasty|
|Spouse(s)||Hugh I, Count of Vermandois|
Renaud II, Count of Clermont
|Father||Herbert IV, Count of Vermandois|
|Mother||Adele of Valois|
In 1102, Adelaide was succeeded by her son, Ralph I. Adelaide died in 1120, being the last Carolingian to hold the County of Vermandois.
Adelaide and Hugh had:
- Matilda (fl. 1110), married Ralph I of Beaugency
- Beatrice (fl. 1144), married Hugh IV of Gournay
- Elizabeth of Vermandois, Countess of Leicester (died 1131)
- Ralph I, Count of Vermandois
- Constance, married Godfrey de la Ferté-Gaucher
- Agnes (fl. 1125), married Boniface of Savone
- Henry (died 1130), Lord of Chaumont en Vexin
- Simon (died 1148)
- William, possibly married to Isabella, daughter of Louis VI of France.
Adelaide and Renaud had:
- All of Herbert’s lands would go to Hugh upon Herbert's death in 1080, giving the Capetians an important foothold.
- Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 64.
- LoPrete 2007, p. 346.
- Suger, The Deeds of Louis the Fat, transl. Richard C. Cusimano and John Moorhead, (Catholic University of America Press, 1992), 191-192 note19.
- Gabriele 2018, p. 102.
- Galbert (de Bruges), The Murder, Betrayal, and Slaughter of the Glorious Charles, Count of Flanders, transl. John Jeffrey Rider, (Yale University Press, 2013), 42 note131
- LoPrete, Kimberly A. (2007). Adela of Blois, Countess and Lord (c.1067-1137). Four Courts Press.
- Gabriele, Matthew (2018). "The Provenance of the Descriptio Qauliter Karolus Magnus: Remembering the Carolingians in the entourage of King Philip I (1060–1108) before the First Crusade". Viator. University of California Press. 39 (2): 93-117.