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Örjan Martinsson

Counts of Hainaut

The county of Hainaut evolved at the end of the 9th century and became a part of the Burgundian lands in the 15th century. It is today a French speaking province in Belgium.

-916
?-932
932-957
957-1012
957-973
957-964
965-973
973
973
c. 976-1012
c. 976-998
998-1013
1013-1040
1040-1049
1049-1070

Régnier au Long Col (Longneck) 
Régnier II
Régnier III
Divided in Valenciennes and Mons
Amalric (Valenciennes)
Godefroid I (Mons)
Richerus (Mons)
Garnerus (Valenciennes)
Rainald (Mons)
Arnould (Valenciennes)
Godefroid de Verdun (Mons)
Régnier IV
Régnier V
Herman
Richilde

1051-1070 Baudouin I
1070-1071
1071-1076
1076-1098
1098-1120
1120-1171
Arnould de Flandre
Richilde (restored)
Baudouin II
Baudouin III
Baudouin IV
1171-1195 Baudouin V
1195-1205 Baudouin VI
1205-1244 Jeanne
1244-1253
1244-1257
1253-1256
Marguerite I
Jean I
Charles

1256-1280 Marguerite I (restored)
1257-1304 Jean II
1304-1337 Guillaume III
1337-1345 Guillaume IV
1345-1349 Marguerite II
1349-1389 Guillaume V
1389-1404 Albert
1404-1417 Guillaume VI
1417-1428 Jacquette (regent to 1433)
1418 Jean III
1418-1425 Jean IV
1425 Jean III (restored)

United with Burgundy in a personal union 1428

= Lorraine
 
= Flanders
= Brabant
= Limburg
= Luxemburg
= Frisia
= Holland
= Bavaria
= Latin Empire