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Dietrich Ringelheim

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Count Theodoric (Dietrich) "Dietrich, Dirk" Ringelheim aka von Ringelheim
Born in Ringelheim, Goslar, Hannover, Prussiamap
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Husband of — married about [location unknown]
Died in Germany, Hannover, Goslar, Ringelheimmap
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Biography

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Name

Name: Theodoric /Ringleheim/
Given Name: Theodoric
Surname: Ringleheim
Name Suffix: [Count of]
Name: Theudebert, /Theudebert/
Given Name: Theudebert,
Surname: Theudebert
Name Suffix: Duke of Saxony
Name: Dietrich //
Given Name: Dietrich
Name Prefix: Count of Westphalia
Name: King Theodoric /COUNT OF RINGELHEIM/[1]
Name: Theodoric /DeRingelheim/[2]
Name: Theodoric Of /Ringelheim/[3][4][5]

Note

Note: @N9575@
@N9575@ NOTE
His name is translated as Dietrich of Westphalia.

Birth

Birth:
Date: 853
Place: Goslar, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany[6]

Title

Title: Count of Ringelheim

Marriage

Note: Vanhemmat (marriage)
Reginhart of Ringleheim ca 828 (father b. ca. 828))
Matilda x ca 833 (mother b. ca. 833)
Aviopuoliso(t) ja lapset
Puoliso Ludmilla Ragnhildis x ca 858, lapset (spouse b. ca. 858)
Mathilde of Ringleheim ca 878-968 (Mathidle, ca. 578-968)
Marriage:
Place: Goslar, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany
Source: #S6

Death

Death:
Date: DEC 920 or 8 FEB 920
Place: Ringelheim, Salzgitter, Niedersachsen, Germany[7]

Note

Note: ref: Wikipedia (http://www. wikipedia.org) (16 May 10) -
Dietrich was the Count of Westphalia.
He was the father of St Matilda of Ringelheim, the second wife of King Henry I the Fowler (876 - 2 July 936).

About Dietrich (Theodoric) von Ringelheim From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Saxony:

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SAXONY.htm#Mathildedied968

THEODERIC (-8 Nov 917[30]).

Widukind names "Thiadrici" as father of Queen Mathilde, specifying that the family was "stirpis magni ducis Widukindi"[31]. The father of Queen Mathilde is named "Thietricus" in the Vita Mathildis Reginæ[32].

m REGINLIND [Reinhild], daughter of --- (-11 May ----).

Theoderic & his wife had seven children:

1. WIDUKIND . Widukind names (in order) "Widukind, Immed et Reginbern" as brothers of Queen Mathilde[39].

2. IMMED [I] . Widukind names (in order) "Widukind, Immed et Reginbern" as brothers of Queen Mathilde[40].

3. REGINBERN . Widukind names (in order) "Widukind, Immed et Reginbern" as brothers of Queen Mathilde, specifying that Reginbern fought against the Danes[41].

4. MATHILDE ([896]-Quedlinburg 14 Mar 968, bur Quedlinburg Stiftskirche, married Heinrich, Graf Heinrich, future King of Germany, became Queen of Germany and saint).

5. AMELRADA ([7 Sep] ----, married Eberhard, Graf in der Drenthe und im Salland)

6. FREDERUNA (-18 Jan 971, married Wichmann II, son of Billung, later became a nun before death).

7. BIA [Pia] (-25 May ----, married and had a son named Friedrich)

According to the German Wikipedia page on Ringelheim:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringelheim

Ringelheim existed before Frankish times at a crossroad of two military and trade routes (between Brunswick, Goslar, and Hildesheim). It had jurisdiction over the salt district of Saltzgitteraner. Probably in the reign of the King of East Franconia Heinrich I and Mathilde from the House of Immedinger (919-936) was a royal convent, possibly formed by Graf Immat (Immed I?) of the House of Immedinger in 940.


http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immedinger

Die Immedinger waren ein sächsisches Adelsgeschlecht zur Zeit der Liudolfinger, zu deren Vorfahren – wenn auch nicht im Mannesstamm – der Sachsenherzog Widukind gehörte.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

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* 1 Geschichte * 2 Die bekannten Mitglieder der Familie * 3 Die Immedinger (Widukinde) nach Böttger, 1865 * 4 Die Immedinger nach Ohainski, Schubert & Streich, 2004 o 4.1 Die Nachkommen der Äbtissin Mathilde o 4.2 Die Nachkommen des Grafen Immed III. * 5 ohne Zuordnung * 6 Literatur * 7 Weblinks * 8 Einzelnachweise

Geschichte [Bearbeiten]

Die Immedinger hatten umfangreichen Besitz in Ostfalen und waren die Erben der Familie Widukinds in Westfalen; beide Familien werden zu den Gegnern Karls des Großen gezählt. Das Hauskloster der Immendinger war Ringelheim an der Innerste im Zentralbereich des Familienbesitzes.

Der Historiker Gerd Althoff hält es für möglich [1], dass die Unterscheiderung der Immedinger von den Widukinden „genealogische Fiktion“ ist und die Heilige Mathilde zu den direkten Nachkommen Widukinds zu rechnen sei.

Die bekannten Mitglieder der Familie [Bearbeiten]

* Mathilde, die Äbtissin des Klosters Herford, sowie ihre Enkelin, die * Heilige Mathilde (* wohl 896, † 14. März 968), die Tochter des Grafen Dietrich (Theoderich) und der Reginlind, heiratete im Jahre 909 in Wallhausen den späteren ostfränkischen König Heinrich I., Laienäbtissin von Nivelles; sie wurde in der Stiftskirche von Quedlinburg begraben. * deren Schwester Frederuna († 10. Februar 917), seit April 907 Ehefrau des Königs Karl III. von Frankreich * Bischof Meinwerk von Paderborn (1009-1036), Sohn des Immed IV. * Emma von Lesum, Meinwerks Schwester und Ehefrau des sächsischen Grafen Liutger, jüngerer Sohn des Hermann Billung aus dem Geschlecht der Billunger

Die Immedinger (Widukinde) nach Böttger, 1865 [Bearbeiten]

1. Widukind (, erwähnt 777, 789), auch Witekind, Herzog der Westfalen (Sachsen) ∞ Geva 1. Gisela, auch Hasala ∞ Berno, Sohn von Bruno I., Herzog der Engern 775 2. Wigbert († nach 25. Dezember 834), Herzog der Engern ∞ Odrade 1. Walbert († 876, erwähnt 834, 874) ∞ Altburge († 880) 1. Reginbern († vor 17. Oktober 872), Graf 856 ∞ Mathilde († nach 911), nachher Äbtissin des Klosters Herford 1. Theoderich († nach 929, erwähnt 900, 909), Graf in Westfalen ∞ Reinhilde von Dänemark († 11. Mai nach 929) 1. Mathilde (* wohl 896; † 14. März 968) ∞ Heinrich I. (* 876; † 2. Juli 936), Herzog von Sachsen 912, ostfränkischer König von 14. April 919 bis 936 2. Bia († 25. Mai vor 954) ∞ Wichmann I. († 23. April 944), auch Wigmann, gen. der Ältere (Billunger) 3. Frederuna († 10 Februar 917) ∞ April 907 Karl III. der Einfältige von Frankreich (Karolinger) 2. Widukind († 909) 3. Immed (III.)? († 12. Oktober 953) siehe unten 2. Wigbert († 8. September 908), Bischof von Verden von 874 bis 908

Die Immedinger nach Ohainski, Schubert & Streich, 2004 [Bearbeiten]

Die Nachkommen der Äbtissin Mathilde [Bearbeiten]

1. Mathilde, Äbtissin des Klosters Herford 1. Dietrich Graf von Hamaland ∞ Reinhilde (Reginlind) 1. Mathilde (* 896; † 14. März 968 in Quedlinburg ) ∞ in Wallhausen 909, König Heinrich I. († 9. Juli 936 in Memleben ), König der Ostfranken 919 2. Widukind 3. Immed 4. Reginbern 5. Friderun († 18. Januar 971) 6. Bia 7. Amalrada ∞ Eberhard († 964), Graf in der Betuwe und im Salland ab 944/60

Die Nachkommen des Grafen Immed III. [Bearbeiten]

1. Immed III. (gefallen 954) 1. Waldered (um 984) ∞ Bertha (um 984), Tochter von Burchard III. († 973), Herzog von Schwaben seit 954 1. Thiedrich, auch Dietrich († 6. März 995), Pfalzgraf in Sachsen seit 982 ∞ Fritheruna (um 974) 1. Siegbert (995/um 1007, † 1017), Graf in Ostfalen & Hessen 2. Dietrich, Mönch zu Corvey 3. Thiedburga 2. Siegbert (984 Sicco, † 14. Oktober 995), Graf im Liesgau seit 990 1. Siegbert (um 983), Mönch zu Corvey 2. NN-Tochter ∞ Lothar-Udo (getötet bei Stade am 23. Juni 994), Graf von Stade 3. Unwan († 17. oder 26. Januar 1029), Erzbischof von Hamburg-Bremen von 1013 bis 1029 3. Gisela (um 984) 2. Immed IV. († 27. Januar 983), Graf im Bistum Utrecht ∞ Adela († 6. August 1020/28), Tochter von Wichmann, Graf im Bistum Utrecht ∞ II. vor 996, Balderich, Graf in der Drenthe († 5. Juni 1021 auf Burg Heimbach) 1. Meinwerk († 5. oder 6. Juni 1036), auch Meinwart, Domherr zu Halberstadt , königlicher Hofkapellan & Kantor von St. Marien zu Aachen1001 bis 1009, Bischof zu Paderborn von 1009 bis 1036 2. Dietrich († 17. April 1014), Graf im Bistum Lüttich 3. Athela († nach 1027), Kanonissin zu Elten 4. Glismod († 5. Februar vor 1041) ∞ Adalbert († 26. Mai 1055), Markgraf der Ostmark (Babenberger ), II. ∞ Otakar/Otger/Oci/Ozzi, 993 Graf im Kroatengau (in Kärnten), III. ∞ Graf Reding/Reting 5. Emma († 3. Dezember 1038) ∞ Liudger († 1001), Sohn von Hermann Billung, Herzog von Sachsen

ohne Zuordnung [Bearbeiten]

Wiltrud (oder Wiltraut) * um 915, Gemahlin von Herzog Bernhard III. und vermutlich Mutter von Dietrich I., dem Ahnherrn der Wettiner.

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

* Uwe Ohainski, Ernst Schubert & Gerhard Streich: Stammtafel der Welfen, nach den Originalquellen bearbeitet von Heinrich Böttger (†), Königlicher Bibliothek-Secretair. Herausgegeben von F. Klindworth, 1865. Verlag Hahnsche Buchhandlung Hannover, 2004 ISBN 3-7752-6019-6

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

* Immedinger auf www.genealogie-mittelalter.de

Einzelnachweise [Bearbeiten]

1. ↑ „Genealogische und andere Fiktionen in mittelalterlicher Historiographie“, in: Fälschungen im Mittelalter, Schriften der MGH 33, I, 1988, Seite 428ff

Notes:

Count of Ringelheim. Theudebert and Dietrich may be different persons, in which case the sources conflict on the parentage of Mathilda.


Count of Westphalia -------------------- From http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps08/ps08_341.htm

Dietrich was Count of Ringelheim 856-920, and was also Count of Oldenburg. -------------------- Theudebert and Dietrich may be different persons, in which case the sources conflict on the parentage of Mathilda. -------------------- Theoderik (Dietrich) var greve av Ringelheim og Oldenburg.

Kilder: Allgemeine deutsche Biographie. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 59. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 67.

Sources

  • Source: S6 Author: Ancestry.com Title: Public Member Trees Publication: Name: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006; Repository: #R1

Note: #NS044443

Note NS044443
NAME Ancestry.com
ADDR http://www.Ancestry.com
  • Repository R1 Name: Ancestry.com
Address: www.ancestry.com

Footnotes

  1. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for St. MATILDA Mechtilde, Countess of Ringelheim, Queen of the Germans
  2. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=375414605
  3. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  4. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  5. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  6. Source: #S6
  7. Source: #S6


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Death

Death:
Date: 0917-12-08
Place: Ringleheim, Germany

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  1. Source: #S6 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for St. MATILDA Mechtilde, Countess of Ringelheim, Queen of the Germans
  2. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=375414605
  3. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  4. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  5. Source: #S6 Page: Ancestry Family Trees Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=13078823&pid=372214806
  6. Source: #S6
  7. Source: #S6
  8. Entered by Sherri Harder, Apr 16, 2012









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