Queen Ingeltrude AQUITAINE
- King Pepin II AQUITAINE
- Princess Mathilda AQUITAINE
- Princess Bertha AQUITAINE
- Archbishop Charles Aquitaine MAYENC
- Princess AQUITAINE
King Pepin I AQUITAINE
- Born: Abt 803, , , France
- Married: 15 Oct 821-822
- Died: 13 Dec 835-838
Another name for Pepin was AQUITAINE King.
Ancestral File Number: 9GCS-XJ.
King of AQUITAINE
The Story of Civilization, Will Durant, Vol IV, The Age of Faith, Bk IV, The Dark Ages, Ch XIX, The Decline of theWest, Sec III, France, p472: "...Feeling bound by Frank custom, [Louis] divided his empire into kingdoms ruled by his sons- Pepin, Lothaire, and Louis `the German'...By his second wife, Judith, Louis had a fourth son, known to history ans Charles the Bald...wished to give him a share of the empire...the three older sons objected, and began eight years of civil war against their father..."
p473: "...Popular sentiment revolted against Lothaire's treatment of Louis. Many nobles and some prelates responded to the appeals of Judith to annul the deposition; a quarrel among the sons ensued; Pepin and Ludwig released their father, restored him to his throne, and returned Judith and Charles to his arms (834). Louis took no revenge, but forgave all. When Pepin died (838) a new partition was made..."
Ancestral File Ver 4.10 9GCS-XJ Mar 822.
Pepin married Queen Ingeltrude AQUITAINE on 15 Oct 821-822. (Queen Ingeltrude AQUITAINE was born about 803 in Madrie, , Spain, died about 803 and was buried in St Radegonde, Poitiers, France.)