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The two counties were eventually united as a result of the marriage in 1169 of the future Baudouin V Comte de Hainaut and the future Marguerite I Ctss of Flanders, Count Baudouin V succeeding in 1191 as Baudouin VIII Count of Flanders, by right of his wife.

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However, as with the neighbouring county of Flanders, there were jurisdictional conflicts with the empire.

This is presumably traceable to the Germanic origins of the first family of counts, the Reginars, who had initially been installed as counts along the banks of the middle reaches of the river Maas by Emperor Lothaire in the 840s (see Grafen von Maasgau, in the document LOWER LOTHARINGIAN NOBILITY).

The heraldry and genealogy of the pairies and baronnies of the county of Hainaut are discussed fully in the website of Le Cercle Heraldus de Mons a.s.b.l [I] "Langhals/Longneck", son of [GISELBERT Graaf van Maasgau & his wife --- of Lotharingia] ([850]-Meerssen [25 Aug 915/19 Jan 916]).

The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.

The march of Valenciennes lay within the county of Hainaut, which resulted in dual appointment of counts within the same county.

The counts in the march of Valenciennes are shown in Chapter 2 of this document.

However, it must be emphasised that a completely satisfactory verification of all the relationships has not been possible from the available sources.

Count Reginar [IV] and his descendants are more frequently described in contemporary records as counts of Mons than counts of Hainaut, reflecting the importance assumed by the castle as the family's main power base.

Jean II Comte de Hainaut inherited the county of Holland in 1299 from his mother's family, and his descendants in the male line ruled both counties until 1345 when they passed to Marguerite, sister of the last count Guillaume IV and second wife of Ludwig IV Duke of Bavaria, who was later installed as king of Germany and crowned emperor.

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