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Gilbert of Venables from the 13th to 16th Century

House of Blois circa 900CE
progenitors of Gilbert de Venables
Theobald I - Thibaud    cr900 Info 1 The origins of the Venables
Count of Chartres and Bourges
b.-900
d.
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m.
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Richilde de Bourges        
b.~892
d.
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Theobald II 'le Tricheur'  
Count of Blois, Chartres and Tours
b.~910
d.16jan975
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m.943/4
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Luitgarde de Vermandois    
b.915/20
d.09feb978
cr900 sheet 2
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Odo I/Gudo/Gules           
Count of Blois, Chartres, Tours, Chateaudun, Beavais, Meaux and Provins
b.-977
d.12mar995
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m.~983
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Bertha of Burgundy
b.+964
d.~1016    
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Odo II                                      Roger of Blois 
Count of Blois, Champagne, Tours, Beauvais  Bishop of Beauvais who gave Venables to Gilbert
b.983/990 
d.15nov1037
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m.~1010
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Ermengarde of Auvergne
b.~995
d.1042
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Theobald III Bertha     Stephen  Gilbert de Venables known as Gislebertus Venator in The Domesday Book
b.-1012      b.         b.~1015  b.1030-1035 
d.1089       d.apr1085  d.1047   d.+1093 First Lord of Kinderton, Cheshire
Source: The Blois family tree No longer available
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