Renaud of Roucy

Renaud or Ragenold, Count of Roucy (c.  920 – 10 May 967) was a Viking who became the military chief of Reims after the restoration of Artald of Reims. He built a fort at Roucy between late 940s and early 950s and supported young King Lothair of France in the expedition at Aquitaine and the Siege of Poitiers. Renaud became the Count of Roucy around or before 955 by King Lothair.

Renaud of Roucy
Count of Roucy
Reignc.950-967
SuccessorGilbert
Bornc.920
Died967
Burial
SpouseAlberade of Lorraine
Issue

He married Alberade of Lorraine, daughter of Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine around 945 and had four children:

Renaud could have a brother named Dodo according to Flodoard. Their parents are not known or recorded.

Renaud died on 10 May 967 and was buried at the Abbey of Saint-Remi.

References

  1. Sainte Marie, Anselme de (1773). Histoire Généalogique et Chronologique de la Maison Royale de France. p. 861.
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