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Notice of resolution of ambiguous parentage
Parents chosen by principles of the European Aristocrats project. Medieval genealogy is not exact, and virtual collaboration makes choices where print did not have to. The parents of this profile were decided upon in consultation with primary sources, especially as collected by the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy’s Medieval Lands project.
The chronology and parentage of the early Dukes of Bavaria is impossible now to discern; to link them in WikiTree would in my (Roger Travis) opinion be irresponsible. See the family-name Bayern and the category for a list of them.
Garivald's, wife is Waldrada, of the Lombardian Lething clan. She's the sister of Wisigarda (Wisgardis). Their parents are Wacho, King of the Lombards, and Ostrogotha of the Ostrogoths.
- and an unknown daughter
- m. Evan ___ (p. unknown)
Cawley, C. (2006). Medieval Lands v.3. fmg.ac
GEDCOM: Garibald d'Agilofinges; Garibald Duke of Lower Bavaria: Birth: 530 Bavaria. Death: 625 Bavaria, Germany
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On October 1, 2015 at 23:12GMT Bree Ogle wrote: