List of Counts of Hainaut (Gennegau)
In French, the title is Count Enot ( Fr. comtes de Hainaut ), in German - Count Gennegau ( German Grafen von Hennegau ). This title was worn by the rulers of the county of Hainaut (Gennegau) , located on the territory of modern Belgium, which was part of the duchy of Lorraine .
- 1 Caroling Counts
- 2 House Rainier
- 3 Flanders House
- 4 House d'Aven
- 5 Bavarian House (Wittelsbach), Dutch line
- 6 Valois Dynasty, Junior Burgundy House
- 7 Counts of Hainaut in the modern era
- 7.1 Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Dynasty
- 8 Notes
- 843 - 870 : probably the count of Lorraine, appointed by Emperor Lotare I (possibly Giselbert , count in Maasgau)  .
- 870 - 880 : Angerrand I , Earl of Ghent, Curtre and Tournais, appointed King of France Charles II Lysy 
- in 880, Lorraine was transferred to Louis III Young , who appointed a new count:
- 880 - 898 : Rainier I the Long-necked (d. 915), son of Giselbert , Earl of Maasgau, later Duke of Lorraine.
- In 898, the king of Lorraine, Zwentibold, displaces Rainier, who fell out of favor, appointing a new count in his place.
- 898 - 920 : Sigard (d. 920)
- In 911, Hainaut was annexed to France , but Sigard retains his position.
- 920 - 925 : Angerran II , relative (grandson?) Of Engerran I.
- In 925, Lorraine returned to Germany, whose king Henry I the Ptitselov appointed Count Rainier II, son of Rainier I.
- 925 —do 940 : Rainier II (d. 940), son of Rainier I
- before 940 - 958 : Rainier III Long Neck (d. 973), son of the previous
- in 958, the rebellious Rainier III was deposed by Emperor Otton I , who divided Hainaut into 2 parts:
|Counts of Hainaut (in Mons)||Counts (Margraves) of Valenciennes|
- 1045 - 1051 : Herman (d. 1051), united the counties of Mons and Valenciennes
- wife: Ricchilda d'Eguisheim , possibly daughter of Rainier de Anon, Marquis of Valenciennes.
- 1051 - 1070 : Baudouin I de Mons (c. 1030-1070), son of Baldwin V of Flanders, also Count of Flanders (Baudouin VI) from 1067, husband of Rishilda, widow of Herman, Count of Hainaut
- 1070 - 1071 : Arnulf I , Earl of Flanders and Hainaut, son of the previous
- 1071 - 1098 : Baudouin II (1056-1098), brother of the previous one. He lost Flanders captured by Robert I Freezon
- 1098 - 1120 : Baudouin III (1088-1120), son of the previous
- 1120 - 1171 : Baudouin IV (1108-1171), son of the previous
- 1171 - 1195 : Baudouin V (1150-1195), son of the previous one, also Count of Namur ( Baudouin I ) from 1184, Count of Flanders ( Baudouin VIII ) in 1191-1194
- 1195 - 1202 : Baudouin VI (1171-1205), son of the previous one, also Earl of Flanders ( Baudouin IX ) from 1194, emperor of the Latin Empire ( Baldwin I ) from 1201
- 1205–1244: Jeanne I of Constantinople (1188–1244), daughter of the previous one, also countess of Flanders;
- 1211 - 1233 : Ferrand of Portugal (1188-1233), the first husband of Jeanne I, son of Sanshu I , king of Portugal ;
- 1237 - 1244 : Thomas II of Savoy (1199-1259), Senior Piedmont , second husband of Joan I, son of Thomas I , Earl of Savoy ;
- 1244 - 1280 : Margarita I (c. 1202-1280), Countess Gennegau, daughter of Baudouin VI.
- 1st husband: from 1212 (terminated in 1221) Bouchard d'Aven (1182-1244); 2nd husband: since 1223 Guillaume II de Dampiere (1196-1231)
- 1250 - 1257 : Jean (1218-1257), Count-successor of Hainaut , son of Bouchard d'Aven and Margarita I
- 1280 - 1304 : Jean I (1247-1304), son of the previous one, also Earl of Holland and Zelland ( Jan II ) from 1299
- 1304 - 1337 : Guillaume I Good (1286–1337), son of the previous one, also count of Holland and Zelland ( Willem III )
- 1337 - 1345 : Guillaume II (1307–1345), son of the previous one, also Earl of Holland and Zelland ( Willem IV )
Bavarian House ( Wittelsbach ), Dutch Line
- 1345 - 1356 : Margarita II (1310-1356), Countess Eno, Countess of Holland and Zelland ( Margarita I ), sister of the previous one.
- husband: from 1324, Louis IV of Bavaria (1282–1347), emperor of the Holy Roman Empire .
- 1356 - 1358 : Guillaume V of Bavaria (1330–1388), Count of Hainaut from 1356, Count of Holland and Zelland ( Willem V ) from 1354, Duke of Bavaria-Straubinsky (William I) from 1347, son of the previous ones.
- 1358 - 1404 : Albert I of Bavaria (1336–1404), Count of Hainaut, Count of Holland and Zelland, Duke of Bavaria-Straubinsky (before 1388 - regent), brother of the previous one.
- 1404 - 1417 : Guillaume IV of Bavaria (1365-1417), Count of Hainaut, Count of Holland and Zelland ( Willem VI ), Duke of Bavaria-Straubinsky (William II), son of the previous one.
- 1417 - 1433 : Jacob of Bavaria (1401-1436), Countess of Hainaut, Holland and Zelland, Duchess of Bavaria-Straubin daughter of the previous one.
- 1418 - 1427 : Jean II of Burgundy (1403-1427), Duke of Brabant and Limurg (Jean IV) from 1415, Earl of Hainaut (Jean II), Holland and Zeelandia (Jan III) from 1417, 1st husband allegedly.
In 1428, Jacob recognized Philip III the Good , Duke of Burgundy, as her heir, renounced in favor of it in 1433 .
Valois Dynasty , Junior Burgundy House
- 1419 - 1467 : Philip I the Good (1396-1467), Duke of Burgundy, Count of Burgundy and Artois (from 1419), Margrave of Namur (from 1429), Duke of Brabant and Limburg (from 1430), Count of Gennegau , Holland and Zealand (from 1432 ), Duke of Luxembourg (since 1443);
- 1467 - 1477 : Karl the Bold (1433-1477), Duke of Burgundy, Brabant, Limburg, Luxembourg, Count of Burgundy, Artois, Gennegau, Holland, Zealand, Margrave Namur (from 1467), Duke of Geldern (c 1473), son of the previous one;
- 1477 - 1482 : Maria of Burgundy (1457-1482), Duchess of Burgundy, Brabant, Limburg, Luxembourg, Geldern, Countess of Burgundy, Artois, Gennegau, Holland, Zealand, Margraine Namur, daughter of the previous one;
- 1477 - 1482 : Maximilian I (1459-1519), emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1486-1519), Archduke of Austria , Styria , Carinthia and Krajna (1493-1519), husband of the previous one.
- 1549 : Eno became part of the Spanish Netherlands .
- 1581 : Hainaut as part of the Southern Netherlands
- 1659 : a part of Hainaut passed to France in the Iberian world .
- 1578 : part of Hainaut withdrew from France to the Nimwegen Peace Treaty .
- 1713 : in the Utrecht world, Hainaut became part of the Austrian Netherlands .
- 1795 : Hainaut annexed by France ;
- 1815 : according to the results of the Vienna Congress, Hainaut became part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands , forming with the incorporation of some parts of Flanders, Brabant and Lüttich the Hainaut province;
- 1831 : Hainaut became part of the Kingdom of Belgium .
Counts of Hainaut in the modern era
- 1859 - 1865 : Leopold Ferdinand , the eldest son of the King of Belgium Leopold II ), later the Duke of Brabant
- 1930 - 1934 : Baudouin I , later King of Belgium
The title was destroyed in 2001, due to the fact that a girl had the right to it.
- Sur l'origine des comtes de Ponthieu et la diffusion du prénom Enguerrand (inaccessible link) .
- Perhaps the grandson of Count Engerrand, count and secular abbot of the monastery of Saint-Pierre in Ghent, the ancestor of the Flanders House .