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Female Maud "The Empress" Princess of England Click to view Maud "The Empress" Princess of England in the family tree

Maud "The Empress" Princess of was born in London, Middlesex, England.  Maud "The Empress" Princess of's father was Henry I "Beauclerc" King of England and her mother was Matilda (Edith) Princess of Scotland.  Her paternal grandparents were William I "The Conqueror" King of England and Matilda (Maud) of Flanders; her maternal grandparents were Malcolm III Canmore King of Scotland and St. Margaret Aetheling of Scotland. She had five half-brothers and seven half-sisters, named Robert de, Henry, Reynold de, William de, Robert, Maud of, Sibylla, Eustacia de, Elizabeth of, Alice of, Matilda of and Constance.  She died on September 10th, 1167 in Notre Dame, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France.  She was buried in Abbey of Bec, France.

Maud "The Empress" Princess of's first family with Geoffrey IV Plantagenet , Comte d'Anjou

‌Maud "The Empress" Princess of and Geoffrey IV were married in a religious ceremony on April 3rd, 1127 in Lemanns, Sarthe, France.  They had two sons and a daughter, named William, Henry II "Curt Mantel" King of and Emme d'.

Maud "The Empress" Princess of's second family with Henry V Holy Roman Emperor

‌Maud "The Empress" Princess of and Henry V Holy Roman were married in a religious ceremony in Mainz, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt, Prussia.

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