Gilbert de Chalon
Gilbert de Chalon , deceased in 956, count de Chalon, of Autun, Beaune, of Troyes and Dijon, and principal count of Burgundy, wire of Manassès de Chalon, count de Chalon, and of Ermengarde, probable girl of Boson king in Provence
Principal lieutenant of Hugues the Black, it succeeded to him in his various counties, but without being recognized duke of Burgundy , and it had to be satisfied with the title of principal count of Burgundian the . It was occupied to be kept with the variation of the power struggles between the Carolingiens and the Robertiens, but had to accept the suzerainty of Hugues Large the.
He married Ermengearde, of unknown origin but that one wrongly gave like sister of Hugues the Black, and had:
- Liegearde, married to Otton, which will succeed to him like duke of Burgundy
- Adélaïde, married to Robert Ier de Vermandois, count de Meaux
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