House of Ingelger

The House of Ingelger (French: Ingelgeriens), also known as The Ingelgerians, was the first dynasty in Anjou. It was founded by Ingelger (died 886), Viscount of Angers, whose son Fulk the Red made himself count of Anjou. By inheritance, the family came into the possession of the county of Vendôme.

The family died out in the male line in 1060 with Geoffrey II of Anjou. He was succeeded in Anjou by his sororal nephew, Geoffrey the Bearded, son of the Count of Gâtinais.[1]


Agnatic descentEdit

Cognatic descentEdit

Angevin kings of EnglandEdit

Family treeEdit

forestier en Anjou
Tertulle († 870), Count of Anjou
m Pétronille († 845), Countess of Anjou
Geoffroi I
count of Gâtinais
possibly Adèle of AmboisRainon
(† after 900)[2]
Bishop of Angers
(† 890)
Bishop of Tours
(† 888)
vicomte d'Angers
Adelais of Amboise
(† c.890)
Fulk le Roux
(† 942)
count of Anjou
Roscille de Loches
(† c.929)
(† 927)
Fulk II le Bon
(† 960)
count of Anjou
(† c.952)
(† 973)
Bishop of Soissons
(† 994)
Bishop of le Puy
Adelaide-Blanche of Anjou
(† 1026)
queen of Aquitaine
married 5 times
m Walter I
count of the Vexin
Adele of Meaux
(† c.982)
Geoffrey Greymantle
(† 987)
count of Anjou
Adelaise de Châlons
(† c.984)
alive c.974
Ermengarde-Gerberga of Anjou
(† c.1022)
m Conan I of Rennes
duke of Brittany
(† c.1041)
(† 1012)
count of Châlons
Élisabeth de Vendôme
(† 999)
Fulk III the Black
(† 1040)
count of Anjou
(† 1046)
Hugues du Perche
(† c.1046)
m Beatrice de Macon
(† 1034)
Geoffrey II Martel
(† 1060)
count of Anjou
Ermengarde of Anjou
(† 1076)
Duchess of Burgundy
Geoffrey II, Count of Gâtinais
(† c.1045)
m Josselin I
Lord of Courtenay
Geoffrey III
(† 1096)
count of Anjou and Gâtinais
Hildegarde de BeaugencyErmengarde de BourbonFulk IV le Réchin
(† 1109)
count of Anjou
Bertrade de Montfort
(† 1117)
Ermengarde of Anjou
(† 1146)
m William IX, Duke of Aquitaine
m Alan IV, Duke of Brittany
Geoffrey IV Martel
count of Anjou
(† 1106)
Ermengarde of Maine
(† 1126)
countess of Maine
Fulk V
(† 1144)
count of Anjou
king of Jerusalem
Melisende of Jerusalem
(† 1161)
Geoffrey V Plantagenêt
(† 1151)
m Matilda of England
Elias II, Count of Maine
(† 1119)
m William Adelin
(† 1119)
m William Clito
m Thierry of Alsace
Baldwin III of Jerusalem
(† 1163)
king of Jerusalem
Amalric of Jerusalem
(† 1174)
king of Jerusalem
Henry II of England
(† 1189)
king of England
Geoffrey VI
(† 1158)
count of Anjou
(† 1158)
(† 1191)
queen of Jerusalem
m Guy de Lusignan
Baudouin IV
le Lépreux

(† 1185)
king of Jerusalem
(† 1206)
queen of Jerusalem
4 marriages
House of Plantagenetother descendants


  1. ^ Anjou: Chapter 1. Comtes d'Anjou C. Comtes d'Anjou 1060-1189 (Comtes de Gâtinais) at Medieval Lands Project
  2. ^ Adriaan H. Bredero (1994). Christendom and Christianity in the Middle Ages. Retrieved 2020-12-27.

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