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Female Matilda (Maud) Flanders [Queen England] Click to view Matilda (Maud) Flanders [Queen England] in the family tree

Matilda (Maud) was born in 1032 in Flanders, France.  Matilda (Maud)'s father was Baudouin V Count Of Flanders Count Of Flanders and her mother was Adele Princess Of France.  Her paternal grandparents were Baudouin IV "Barbatus" Baldwin IV De Count Of Flanders/Fair Beard and Otgive De Luxembourg; her maternal grandparents were Robert II "The Pious" France [King] and Constance Of Provence [Queen France]. She had four brothers and a sister, named Baudouin VI (I) "The Peaceble" Of, Robert I "Le Frison", Henry, Robert I Le Frison Count Of and Judith (Fausta).  She was the second oldest of the six children. She had two half-sisters named Elena Of and Helene "Le Bon" De.  She died at the age of 51 on November 3rd, 1083 in Caen, Calvados, France.  She was buried in Church Of Holy Trinity, Caen.

Matilda (Maud)'s first family with William I "The Conqueror" King Of England

‌Matilda (Maud) and William I "The Conqueror" King Of were married in a religious ceremony about 1053 in Eu, Seine-Inferieure, France.  They had four sons and nine daughters, named Robert II "Curthose" Duke Of, Richard, William II "Rufus", Henry I "Beauclerc", Gundred-Gundrada Of, Adelaide (Adeliza The Nun) Of, Cecilia, Margaret, Constance Of, Adela Princess Of, Agatha, Anna and Matilda Dau Of William Of.

Matilda (Maud)'s second family with Gherbod The Fleming

‌Matilda (Maud) and Gherbod The were married in a religious ceremony in 1st Husband?.

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