*Henri I King of France
born 1008 Of, Reims, Champagne
died 4 Aug 1060 Vitry, Brie, France
buried Abbaye De St Denis, St Denis, France

*Robert II "The Pious" France
born 27 Mar 0972 Orlâeans, France
died 20 Jul 1031 Melun, France
buried St Denis, France

*Constance De Toulouse
born Abt 0986 Of, Toulouse
died 25 Jul 1032 Melun, France
buried Abbaye De St Denis, Isle De France, France
married 1000 France

*Robert Prince of France born Abt 1011 France
died 21 Mar 1076 Fleury-Sur-Ouche, France
buried Abbaye De St Seine, Sâemur, Bourgogne
Eudo (Odes) Prince of France born 1013 France died 1056
*Adâelaèide Havoise Princess of France born 1003 Of, Nevers, Bourgogne
died after 1063 Of, Nevers, Bourgogne buried St Germain, Bourgogne
*Adáele (Alix) Princess of France born 1003 France
died 8 Jan 1079 Monastáere De L'Ordre De St. Benoist, Messines, France
buried Monastáere De L'Ordre De St. Benoist, Messines, France
*Constance Princess of France born 1014? Of France

*Anna Agnesa (Grand Duchess Of Kiev) Yaroslavna
born 1036 Of, Kiev, Ukraine
died 1076/1089 France
buried Abbaye De Villiers, La-Ferte-Alais, France
married 19 May 1051 France

*Hugues "le Grand" De France born Abt 1053 Of, Vermandois, France
died 18 Oct 1102 Tarsus, Cilicie buried St Paul De Tarse
Emma Princess of France born 1054 Of, Reims, France
*Philippe I King of France born Bef 23 May 1052/1053 Reims, Champagne, France
died 29 Jul 1108 Melun, Isle De France, France buried St-Benoit-sur-Loire, France
Robert Prince of France born 1055 Of, Reims, France died 1060

biographical and/or anecdotal:
King of France from 1031 to 1060, was born about 1008, died in 1060 in Vitry-aux-Loges (Vitry-en-Brie), buried at St. Denis. He was the Duke of Burgundy 1015-1031. He is the least-known of all the Capetian Kings; no one wrote about him in his lifetime, and the destruction of the archives shortly after his time has left a huge blank over this period. All that is known is that his mother, *Queen Constance, contested his right to the throne, which she wanted to go to Robert; this resulted in a war between the two brothers, of which little is known. Henry won it by buying the support of his vassals, which cost him French Vexin and the total renunciation of the duchy of Burgundy in favor of his brother, in 1034. Without the benefit of the coronation it is likely that Henry, who appears to have been a mediocre man, would have been brushed aside. But the anointing brought him respect and won time for, concessions. Managing to remain in power is after all a sign of stability, and despite the obscurity of his reign it saw a strengthening of the dynasty. He was crowned co-king with his father in 1026. He married (1) Matilda, daughter of Emperor Conrad II, niece of Emperor Henry II. of Germany. The most interesting aspect of Henry's life was his attempt to bring about a Franco-Russian alliance by marriage. According to one record he then married (2) Matilda, daughter of Mgve Liudorf of Friesland. After the death of his second wife Matilda in 1044, he married, rather late in life in Riems in 1051, (3) Anne of Kiev, daughter of Yaroslav, the Russian head of state, and granddaughter of Valdimir I of Kiev, in Russia.
Henry I. died in 1060, having crowned his son, Philip, although he was only a child. Philip was only eight years old at the time of his father's death. One of the young king's uncles, Baldwin, Count of Flanders, became the regent. Anne of Kiev, refused to be regent. Later she was abducted by Raoul of Crepy, lived with him as his wife and married him when his wife died. Widowed a second time, she lost her title as Queen and was henceforth referred to as the Queen Mother. Of Baldwin's regency little is known, although it appears to have been fairly lacking in incident, but Burgundy, over which Robert ruled, took advantage of the situation to assert its independence from the French crown; this was to occur frequently in the course of the various Burgundian dynasties.

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