*Charles II "The Bald" Holy Roman Emperor
born 13 June 0823 Frankfurt, Hessen-Nassau, Germany
died 6 October 0877 Brides Les Bains, near Mt. Cenis in the Alps
buried St. Denis, France

*Louis I "The Pious" Holy Roman Emperor
born August 0778 Casseneuil, France
died 20 June 0840 Near, Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse
buried Cathâedrale d'Aachen, Aachen, Rheinland, Germany

*Judith Princess of Bavaria

*Gisela Princess of France and the West
born about 0818 Frankfurt, Hesse, Nassau, Germany died 1 July 0874
*Adelaide de Aquitane
born between 822 & 824 Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, France
died Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, France

spouse (1st):
*Ermentrude (Irmtrud) Countess of Orleans
born 27 September 0830 Orlâeans, Neustria
died 6 October 0869
buried St. Denis, France
married 13 December 0842 Crecy, France

children (from 1st marriage):
*Ermentrud (Hersent) Princess of France Duchess of Loraine
born about 0854 France
Carloman Prince of France born about 0845/6 France died 0876 Epternac,France
Charles King of Aquitane born 0847 France died 29 September 0865 Buzanðcais, France
*Louis II "The Stammerer" King of France born 1 November 0843 France died 10 April 879 Compiáegne, Neustria
Hildegarde Princess of France born about 0856 France
*Rotrude (Rothilde?) Princess of France born 0843 France died 0889/0912
Gisáele Princess of France born about 0858 France died 1 Jul 0874
*Judith Princess of France born 0844 France died after 0870
Lothaire Prince of France born about 0847 France died 0865

spouse (2nd):
*Richeut (Richardis) Countess of Metz
married 25 November 0870

children (from 2nd marriage):
*Rothilde of Neustria born about 0871 died about 22 March 0928

biographical and/or anecdotal:
Charles "The Bald" (b. June 13, 823 - d. Oct. 6, 877, Brides-les-Bain, France) king of France (i.e.francis Occidentalis, the West Frankish kingdom) from 843 to 877 and Western emperor from 875 to 877. (He is reckoned as Charles II both of the Holy Roman Empire and of France.)
Son of the emperor Louis I the Pious and his second wife, Judith, Charles was the unwitting cause of violent discord when, in 829, he was granted lands by his father, Louis's action precipitated a series of civil wars, lasting until 838, in which the three sons of his first marriage, Lothair I, Louis (the German), and Pepin, strove to maintain or to increase the rights that they had been guaranteed by the succession settlement of 817, the "Ordination imperii). Pepin died in 838, but after the death of Louis I in 840 the civil war resumed and continued until Louis the German joined with Charles to force Lothair to accept the Treaty of Verdun in 843, by which Charles received all the lands west of a line roughly following the Scheldt, the Meuse, the Saone, the eastern mountains of the Massif Central, and the lower reaches of the Rhone, and Louis the German and Lothair received respectively the lands of the East Franks (Germany) and the middle kingdom, lying between the other two.
Until 864 Charles's political situation was precarious because few vassals were loyal to him. His lands suffered from raids by Northmen, who fled only after receiving bribes; he was defeated by the Bretons and in 858, faced an invasion by Louis the German. Yet he succeeded in gaining control of Aquitaine after the capture of Pepin's son in 864; and, by the Treaty of Meersen (870) with Louis the German, he received western Lorraine.
When Lothair's son, the emperor Louis II, died in 875, Charles went to Italy and was crowned emperor in December 25 by pope John VIII. In 876, after the death of Louis the German. Charles invaded Louis's possessions but was defeated at Andernach by Louis's son Louis the Younger. Charles's death in the next year occurred when another son of Louis the German, Carloman, was marching against him and when his own major vassals were in revolt.
During Charles's reign some of the splendors of the Carolingian renaissance were revived, and his close collaboration with the church enhanced his prestige and authority. (Britannica)

notes or source:
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