|Hugh II of Rodez + Bertrande D'Amalon|
Hugh IV Count of Rodez
Hugh IV (Occitan: Uc), of the House of Millau, was the Count of Rodez and Viscount of Carlat and Creyssel from 1221 until his death. He was the son of Henry I of Rodez and Algayette of Scorailles.
In 1242 Hugh was in revolt against the King of France, Louis IX. Upon making peace he made a vow to go on Crusade. He redeemed his vow with the payment of a rather small sum of money towards Louis IX's Crusade in 1248.
Hugh IV was a patron of troubadours. Among the troubadours supported at his court were Guiraut Riquier, Folquet de Lunel, Cerverí de Girona, and Bertran Carbonel. It is possible that he is the coms de Rodes who is the dedicatee of three religious cansos by Folquet de Lunel: Dompna bona, bel'e plazens, Si quon la fuelh'el ramel, and Tant fin'amors totas horas m'afila. Scholarship, however, is divided over whether the intended count was Hugh, indicating that the songs are a product of Folquet's youth, or his son Henry, making them a product of his maturity.
Isabelle (Isabeau) of Roquefeuil
Father: Raymond II de Roquefeuil (Abt 1180-aft. 1226) Mother: "Â¢Dauphine de Turenne (c. 1205-1270) She had five children
Ysabeau, Dame de Roquefeuil. Married Name: de RodÃ¨s. Born: before 1215 in Roquefeuil, Languedoc, France, daughter of Raimond II, Seigneur de Roquefeuil and Dauphine de Turenne, Ysabeau is presumed to have been at least 15 years old when she married Hughes IV. Married in 1230 in France: Hughes IV, Count de RodÃ¨s, son of Henri I, Count de RodÃ¨s and Algayette de Scorailles. Died: after 1230.
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