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Female Maud (Mathilda) of Huntingdon Click to view Maud (Mathilda) of Huntingdon in the family tree

Maud (Mathilda) of was born about 1072 in Huntington, Huntingtonshire, England.  Maud (Mathilda) of's father was Waltheof II Earl of Northumbria and her mother was Countess of Boulogne Judith De Lens Countess of Boulogne.  Her paternal grandparents were Siward Biornsson Earl of Northumbria and Aefflaed of Bernicia; her maternal grandparents were Lambert II De Boulogne Comte De Lens and Adeliza De Normandy. She had a brother and a sister, named Uchtred Fitz Waldeve and Alice. She had a half-brother named William.  She died on April 23rd, 1131 in Scone, Perth, Scotland.

Maud (Mathilda) of's first family with David I "The Saint" King of Scotland

‌Maud (Mathilda) of and David I "The Saint" King of were married in a religious ceremony in 1113.  They had a son named Henry Canmore Earl Of.

Maud (Mathilda) of's second family with Earl of Huntington Simon De Senlis Earl of Huntington

They had a son and a daughter, named Simon and Maude.

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