Reginar III, Count of Hainaut; Rudolf, possibly a Count in the Hesbaye; Possibly Liethard or Liechard, a son mentioned in one 966 charter as a son of a Count Reginar. A daughter who married to Nibelung, Count of Betuwe. Upon his death, Reginar was succeeded as Count of Hainaut by his son and namesake.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reginar_II,_Count_of_Hainaut
Reginar III, Count of Hainaut; Rudolf, possibly a Count in the Hesbaye; Possibly Liethard or Liechard, a son mentioned in one 966 charter as a son of a Count Reginar. A daughter who married to Nibelung, Count of Betuwe. Upon his death, Reginar was succeeded as Count of Hainaut by his son and namesake.
He was the son of Reginar, Duke of Lorraine and Hersent of France. His mother possibly was a daughter of Charles the Bald and Ermentrude. Reginar II married Adelaide of Burgundy, daughter of Richard, Duke of Burgundy and Adelaide of Auxerre, with whom he fathered Reginar III, Count of Hainaut.
(uncertain) Reginar I (d. 915) Sigard (fl. 902–920), also Count of Liugas (uncertain) Reginar II (r. 920–after 932) (uncertain) Reginar III (r. before 940–958) Godfrey I (r. before 958–964), also Duke of Lower Lotharingia; Richar (r. 964–973), also Count of Liugas; The County of Hainaut was then divided between the counties of Mons ...
Reginar (or Rainier) II (890–932) was Lotharingian magnate who was active from approximately 915 to 932. He was brother of Duke Gilbert of Lotharingia, who died at the Battle of Andernach in 939, and because his son and grandson claimed it, he probably already personally held the fort of Mons in Hainaut as the seat of a county.
By his wife Alberada, who predeceased him and was probably a second wife, Reginar left the following children: Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine; Reginar II, Count of Hainaut; a daughter, who married Berengar, Count of Namur; Wiki. Reginar I Longneck (c. 850 – 915) was the Duke of Lorraine from 910 until his death.
Coordinates: 50°27′N 3°57′E The County of Hainaut ( French: Comté de Hainaut; Dutch: Graafschap Henegouwen; Latin: comitatus hanoniensis ), sometimes spelled Hainault, was a territorial lordship within the medieval Holy Roman Empire that straddled the present-day border of Belgium and France.
Count of Hainaut: Born: c. 850: Died: 915: Noble family: House of Reginar: Spouse(s) Hersinda Alberada: Issue: Gilbert, Duke of Lorraine Reginar II, Count of Hainaut Frederick, Archbishop of Mainz  Father: Giselbertus: Mother: Unknown
Régnier II comte de Hainaut 0880–0932 Adélaïde de Bourgogne 0889–0932 Berta de Hainaut 0916–0944 Régnier III comte de Hainaut 0920–0973 Rudolf de Hainaut, Count of Avernas 0921–0966 Liethard de Hainault –0966
The primary source which confirms that Reginar [II] was Comte de Hainaut has not yet been identified, but this is probably correct. - see below. 3. other children: see GRAVEN van MAASGAU. REGINAR [II], son of REGINAR [I] "Langhals/Longneck" Graf im Maasgau & his wife Alberade --- ([885/900]-932 or after).
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