Pepin III, Count of Vermandois

Pepin III, Count of Vermandois (also known as Pepin II, Count of Senlis; French: Pépin) (c. 846 – 893) was a Frankish noble; the Count of Senlis and Count of Vermandois (850 – 893); Lord of Valois (877 – 886),[1] and later Count of Valois(886 – 893). He was a son of Pepin, Count of Vermandois and Valois and thus a grandson of Bernard of Italy, who was himself a grandson of Charlemagne. The brothers of Pepin III were Herbert I, Count of Vermandois and Bernard II, Count of Laon.

Pepin III of Vermandois's wife is unknown; their son was:

  • Pepin III of Senlis (876 – 922), Count of Senlis.

Notes

  1. McKitterick 1999, p. 360-361.

References

  • Dunbabin, Jean (2000). France in the making, 843-1180. Oxford University Press.
  • McKitterick, Rosamond (1999). The Frankish Kingdoms under the Carolingians. Pearson Education Limited.
Preceded by
Pepin II
Count of Vermandois
850893
Succeeded by
Herbert I
Preceded by
Pepin
Count of Senlis
850893
Succeeded by
Pepin III
Preceded by
-
Lord of Valois
877–886
Succeeded by
himself
(Count of Valois)
Preceded by
himself
(Lord of Valois)
Count of Valois
886–893
Succeeded by
Herbert I
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