|Intro||French noble woman|
|Death||(Bruges, Arrondissement of Bruges, West Flanders, Flemish Region)|
Adele of Vermandois (bef. 915–960) was both a Carolingian as well as a Robertian Frankish noblewoman who was the Countess of Flanders (934–960).
Adele, born c. 910–915 was a daughter of Herbert II of Vermandois and his wife, Adele, daughter of Robert I of France. She died in 960 in Bruges.
In 934 Adele married Count Arnulf I of Flanders (c. 890 – 965). Together they had the following children:
- Hildegarde, born c. 934, died 990; she married Dirk II, Count of Holland.
- Liutgard, born in 935, died in 962; married Wichmann IV, Count of Hamaland.
- Egbert, died 953.
- Baldwin III of Flanders. (c. 940 – 962). Married Mathilde Billung of Saxony (c. 940 - 1008), daughter of Hermann Billung, and had issue, Arnulf II, Count of Flanders (c. 960 – 987), who succeeded as count after Arnulf I, skipping one generation.
- Elftrude; married Siegfried, Count of Guînes.
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