Name: Beatrice I of Bigorre
Birth: ABT 1064 in Bigorre, Gascony, France 1
Death: AFT 14 OCT 1095 in Béarn, France 1
Occupation: BET 1080 AND 1095 Countess of Bigorre 1
Beatrice I ( c. 1064 – after 14 October 1095) was a sovereign Countess of Bigorre from 1080 until 1095.
Her mother was called Étiennette, whilst her father was Bernard II of Bigorre. She also had a half-sister Clemence.
In 1077, Lady Beatrice married Centule V, Viscount of Béarn,
In 1080 Beatrice became Countess, a successor of her brother, Count Raymond of Bigorre. As was the custom when a woman inherited a domain at that period, her spouse became her co-ruler.
Beatrice, with the help of Centule V, donated to some monasteries.
Father: Bernard II of Foix b: 1010 in Bigorre, Gascony, France
Centule V "The Young" of Bearn b: in Béarn, France
- Bernard III of Bearn b: in Béarn, France
- Centule II of Bigorre b: in Béarn, France
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