The House of Normandy is the usual designation for the family that were the counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy and kings of England which immediately followed the Norman conquest of England and lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of the Duchy of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 The Norman dukes of Normandy were:

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  • The House of Normandy is the usual designation for the family that were the counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy and kings of England which immediately followed the Norman conquest of England and lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of the Duchy of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. After that it was disputed between William's grandchildren, Matilda, whose husband Geoffrey was the founder of the House of Plantagenet, and Stephen of the House of Blois (or Blesevin dynasty). The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 The Norman dukes of Normandy were: * Richard I, 942–996 * Richard II, 996–1027 * Richard III, 1026–1027 * Robert I, 1027–1035 * William, 1035–1066 (became King of England as William the Conqueror) The Norman monarchs of England and Normandy were: * William the Conqueror, 1066–1087 * William II, 1087–1100 (not Duke of Normandy) * Robert II, 1087–1106 (not King of England) * Henry I, 1100–1135; 1106–1135 * William Adelin, 1120 (not King of England) * Matilda, 1135–1153 * Stephen (non-agnatic; a member of the House of Blois), 1135–1154 Norman Count of Flanders: * William Clito (r. 1127–1128), son of Robert Curthose, great-grandson of Baldwin V, designated by Louis VI of France (en)
  • The House of Normandy designates the noble family which originates from the Duchy of Normandy and whose members were counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy, as well as kings of England following the Norman conquest of England. It lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of the Duchy of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. After that it was disputed between William's grandchildren, Matilda, whose husband Geoffrey was the founder of the House of Plantagenet, and Stephen of the House of Blois (or Blesevin dynasty). The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 The Norman dukes of Normandy were: * Richard I, 942–996 * Richard II, 996–1027 * Richard III, 1026–1027 * Robert I, 1027–1035 * William, 1035–1066 (became King of England as William the Conqueror) The Norman monarchs of England and Normandy were: * William the Conqueror, 1066–1087 * William II, 1087–1100 (not Duke of Normandy) * Robert II, 1087–1106 (not King of England) * Henry I, 1100–1135; 1106–1135 * William Adelin, 1120 (not King of England) * Matilda, 1135–1153 * Stephen (non-agnatic; a member of the House of Blois), 1135–1154 Norman Count of Flanders: * William Clito (r. 1127–1128), son of Robert Curthose, great-grandson of Baldwin V, designated by Louis VI of France (en)
  • The House of Normandy designates the noble family which originates from the Duchy of Normandy and whose members were counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy, as well as kings of England following the Norman conquest of England. It lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. After that it was disputed between William's grandchildren, Matilda, whose husband Geoffrey was the founder of the House of Plantagenet, and Stephen of the House of Blois (or Blesevin dynasty). The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 The Norman dukes of Normandy were: * Richard I, 942–996 * Richard II, 996–1027 * Richard III, 1026–1027 * Robert I, 1027–1035 * William, 1035–1066 (became King of England as William the Conqueror) The Norman monarchs of England and Normandy were: * William the Conqueror, 1066–1087 * William II, 1087–1100 (not Duke of Normandy) * Robert II, 1087–1106 (not King of England) * Henry I, 1100–1135; 1106–1135 * William Adelin, 1120 (not King of England) * Matilda, 1135–1153 * Stephen (non-agnatic; a member of the House of Blois), 1135–1154 Norman Count of Flanders: * William Clito (r. 1127–1128), son of Robert Curthose, great-grandson of Baldwin V, designated by Louis VI of France (en)
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  • The House of Normandy is the usual designation for the family that were the counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy and kings of England which immediately followed the Norman conquest of England and lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of the Duchy of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 The Norman dukes of Normandy were: (en)
  • The House of Normandy designates the noble family which originates from the Duchy of Normandy and whose members were counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy, as well as kings of England following the Norman conquest of England. It lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of the Duchy of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 (en)
  • The House of Normandy designates the noble family which originates from the Duchy of Normandy and whose members were counts of Rouen, dukes of Normandy, as well as kings of England following the Norman conquest of England. It lasted until the House of Plantagenet came to power in 1154. The house emerged from the union between the Viking Rollo (first ruler of Normandy) and Poppa of Bayeux, a West Frankish noblewoman. William the Conqueror and his heirs down through 1135 were members of this dynasty. The Norman counts of Rouen were: * Rollo, 911–927 * William Longsword, 927–942 (en)
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