Adela of Normandy, of Blois, or of England (c. 1067 – 8 March 1137), also known as Saint Adela in Roman Catholicism, was a daughter of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders who later became the countess of Blois, Chartres, and Meaux by marriage to Stephen II of Blois. Her husband greatly benefited from the increased social status and ...
Gerloc (or Geirlaug), baptised in Rouen as Adela (or Adèle) in 912, was the daughter of Rollo, of Normandy, Count of Rouen, and his wife, Poppa of Bayeux.   She was the sister of William I Longsword of Normandy. In 935, she married William Towhead, the future Count of Poitou and Duke of Aquitaine.
Adelaide of Normandy (or Adeliza) ( c. 1030 – bef. 1090) was the ruling Countess of Aumale in her own right in 1069–1087. She was the sister of William the Conqueror . Life Born c. 1030,  Adelaide was an illegitimate daughter of the Norman duke Robert the Magnificent. 
Adela, (born 1062?—died 1137), daughter of William I the Conqueror of England and mother of Stephen, king of England, whose right to the throne derived through her. Adela was married to Stephen, count of Meaux and Brie, in 1080 at Breteuil.
Adelaide of Normandy (also called Adelais, Adélaïde, Adèle or Adeliza) (c. 1026 in Calvados, France - c. 1090) was the sister or half-sister of William the Conqueror. She was the daughter of Robert the Magnificent, Duke of Normandy.
Adela of Normandy (c. 1067 – c. 8 March 1137) was the daughter of William I of England and Matilda of Flanders. She was married to Stephen, Count of Blois between 1080 and 1084 and became the mother of: William, Count of Chartres; Stephen of England; Odo of Blois, who died young; Theobald II of Champagne; Henry of Blois, who became the Bishop ...
Adela of Normandy – Daughter of the Conqueror and Mother of the Usurper King. Adela of Normandy was born in late 1067 or early 1068 as the daughter of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders. Not much is known of her life before her marriage, unfortunately.