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Étienne II de Gévaudan, Count of Gévaudan, was born circa 960 to Bertrand I de Gevaudan (c938-993) and Eimildis Unknown (c940-?) and died circa 982 of unspecified causes. He married Adelaide of Anjou (c947-1026) circa 967 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from Germany, Belgium, France.


Offspring of Étienne II de Gévaudan and Adelaide of Anjou (c947-1026)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Pons I de Gevaudan (c969-c1017) 969 1017 NN
Théoberge de Maurienne (970-1013)

Étienne de Gevaudan (c972-c998) 972 998
Bertrand de Gevaudan (980-1038) 980 1038

There may have been a daughter Philippa, born about 978. Countess Philippa of Auvergne, however, is a granddaughter.


Namesakes of Etienne II de Gevaudan (c960-c982)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Etienne I de Gevaudan (c915-c967)Ermengaud de Rouergue (c870-937)Adelaide (c875-?)Anne Unknown (c920-?)
Etienne II de Gevaudan (c960-c982)Bertrand I de Gevaudan (c938-993)Eimildis Unknown (c940-?)Adelaide of Anjou (c947-1026)
Étienne de Gevaudan (c972-c998)Etienne II de Gevaudan (c960-c982)Adelaide of Anjou (c947-1026)

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