DODA [Guota/Uoda], daughter of --- (bur Münsterbilsen). The Vita B. Idæ Boloniensis Comitissæ records that Ida was the daughter of "pater…Godefridus, mater…Doda". "Heinricus…rex" confirmed the foundation and possessions of the convent of Maria Magdalena at Verdun by charter dated 16 Jun 1040, on the petition of "Ricardi Virdunensis ecclesiæ presulis,…quodam suæ dioceseos clerico Ermenfrido, …tempore patris sui Heizelini comitis" which records donations by "…Guota per manus mariti sui Gotefridi ducis…". The origin of Doda is not known. Murray suggests that she was the daughter of Manassès [I] Comte de Rethel, her name resembling the name of Manassès's wife. This proposed origin is presumably inconsistent with Doda's daughter having been the wife of Manassès [II] Comte de Rethel, as the couple would have been first cousins. 1
Doda married Godefroi II de Lotharingie Duc de Haute-Lotharingie et de Basse-Lotharingie, son of Gothelon I de Lotharingie Duc de Basse-Lotharingie et de Haute-Lotharingie and Unknown.1 (Godefroi II de Lotharingie Duc de Haute-Lotharingie et de Basse-Lotharingie was born between 1000 and 1020, died on 30 Dec 1069 and was buried in Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Verdun, Verdun, Meuse, Lorraine, 55100, FR.)
1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.