Stephen I, Count of Burgundy
|Stephen I, Count of Burgundy|
Coat-of-arms of the count of Burgundy (until 13th c.)
|Died||17 May 1102|
|Spouse(s)||Beatrix of Lorraine|
|Father||William I, Count of Burgundy|
Stephen succeeded to the County in 1097, following the death in the Crusades of his elder brother, Reginald II. He participated in the Crusade of 1101, as a commander in the army of Stephen of Blois, helping with the capture of Ancyra and fighting in the disastrous Battle of Mersivan. Stephen would later die at the battle of Ramla in 1102. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Reginald III of Burgundy.
He was married to Beatrix of Lorraine, daughter of Gerard, Duke of Lorraine and Hedwige of Namur. Beatrix died in 1116/1117. Their children were:
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- Mary Stroll, Calixtus the Second, 1119-1124, ed. Robert J. Bast, (Brill, 2004), 9.
Stephen I, Count of BurgundyBorn: 1065 Died: 1102
| Count Palatine of Burgundy
Reginald (Renaud) III