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Female Sibylla De Anjou Click to view Sibylla De Anjou in the family tree

Sibylla was born in Anjou, France.  Sibylla's father was Fulk of Jerusalem and her mother was Ermengarde or Ermentrude du Maine.  Her paternal grandparents were Foulques "The Brawler" Rechin d'Anjou and Bertrada De Montfort-l'Amaury; her maternal grandparents were Helie I de la Fleche and Matilda of Chateau Du Loire. She had two brothers and a sister, named Elias, Geoffrey V "le Bon" and Mathilde. She had two half-brothers named Baldwin III of and Amalric I of.  She died in Bethlehem, Palestine.  She was buried in 1166 in Abbey of St. Lazarus, Bethlehem.

Sibylla's first family with William Clito of Normandy

‌Sibylla and William Clito of were married in a religious ceremony about 1123 in Normandy, France.

Sibylla's second family with Theodoric d'Eu

‌Sibylla and Theodoric were married in a religious ceremony about 1130 in France.

Sibylla's third family with Dietrich II Von Flandern

‌Sibylla and Dietrich II were married in a religious ceremony in France.  They had four sons and three daughters, named Philip of, Peter of, Matthew, Pierre of, Gertrude of, Margarethe and Matilda of.

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