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Female [Empress of Germ Matilda (Maud) Princess England Click to view [Empress of Germ Matilda (Maud) Princess England in the family tree

Matilda (Maud) Princess was born before August 5th, 1102 in London, Middlesex, England.  Matilda (Maud) Princess' father was King Henry I "Beauclerc" Of England and her mother was Queen Matilda (orig. Eadgyth) Princess Scotland.  Her paternal grandparents were KING William I The Conqueror Duke of Normandy and Matilda Countess Of Flanders , Queen Of England; her maternal grandparents were King Malcom III Scotland and Saint Margaret of England. She had three brothers and a sister, named Richard Prince Of, Child, William "Atheling" Prince and Princess of England. She had eighteen half-brothers and twenty-five half-sisters, named William "Atheling", Henry, Meiler, Robert, William, William Prince of, Rainald De Dunstanville, Rainald, Reginald Dunstanville, Rainald de Dunstanville, Rainald de, Henry FITZROY Prince, Robert Earl of, Richard Prince of, Fulk Prince of, Robert Prince of, Gilbert Prince of, William, Elizabeth Princess Of, Empress of England, Isabel, Isabel, Constance Maud Viscountess, Maud of, Sibyl Elizabeth, Sybillia of, Sibyl Elizabeth Queen, Maud, Sybilla, Rohese Princess of, Gundred Princess Of, Alice Princess Of, Elizabeth Joan, Constance, Juliane Princess of, Maud Princess of, Maud Duchess of, Princess of, Constance Maud Viscountess, Alice, Maud, Isabel Hedwig of and Emma.  She died on September 10th, 1169 in Notre Dame, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France.  She was buried in Bec Abbey, Le Bec-Hellouin, EURE, France.

Matilda (Maud) Princess' first family with Geoffrey V Plantagenet [COUNT OF ANJOU]

‌Matilda (Maud) Princess and Geoffrey V were married in a religious ceremony on May 22nd, 1127 in Le Mans, Sarthe, France.  They had three sons named Henry II, Geoffrey VI "Mantell" and William.

Matilda (Maud) Princess' second family with Heinrich V Emperor Germany

‌Matilda (Maud) Princess and Heinrich V Emperor were married in a religious ceremony in Mainz, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt, Prussia.

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