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A further indication is found in the charter dated 14 Sep 937, under which Robert "le Fort"s grandson "Hugues abb de Saint-Martin" donated "son alleu de Lachydans le comt de Meaux" to Tours Saint-Martin, specifying that he had inherited the property from "comte Aledramnus" who had been granted it by Charlemagne.This "Roberto" can probably be identified as Robert Seigneur [comte] Sesseau en Berry, the supposed brother of the wife of Pepin I King of Aquitaine (this relationship is referred to by Settipani, but he neither quotes nor cites the corresponding sourcesuggested by Richer and by the Miracula Sancti Benedicti (see above).

The dynasty established itself more permanently in 987, when Hugues "Capet" was elected king in succession to the last king of the Carolingian dynasty, Louis V.The possible identity of Roberts mother is suggested by the charter dated 20 Feb "anno XXVII regnante domino Carolorege" under which "Robertusbeati Martini abbaset comes" confirmed donations to Tour Saint-Martin made "olimab Odone quondam comite Aurelianensi avunculo nostro et Willelmo eius filio".However, there are two possible interpretations of the dating clause of this document.The supposed father of Robert de Sesseau was Theodebert Comte de Madrie who, it is suspected, was related to the family of Nibelung and Childebrand (see CAROLINGIAN NOBILITY).The Saxon connection of the latter family is suggested by the name Theoderic (nine different individuals named Theoderic have been identified in the family), which was first recorded in Saxony in the family of Widukind by Einhard in 782 (see the document SAXONY). Barthlemy bases his theory on the exchange of property in the county of Blois made by Comte Robert dated 865 (see below), concluding that Robert "avait son principal tablissement Bloisen pleine Neustrie, ce qui confirme singulirement lallgation d Abbon" (who refers to Roberts Neustrian origin, see above).

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