Egino (Urach) von Urach

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On 21 Jun 2020 Helmut Jungschaffer wrote on Urach-3:

There are a total of 5 Eginos to consider here: Egino I von Dettingen der Ältere d. about 1050; Egino II d. 7. July or 5. November 1105, m. Kunigunde or Hadwich whose family is unknown; Egino III der Jüngere d. 25. July 1160 or later, Graf von Urach, m. Kunigunde von Wasserburg d. 4. September 1168 or later; Egino IV der Bärtige b. about 1160; d. 1230), Graf von Urach, m. Agnes von Zähringen d. about 1220; Egino V der Jüngere b. about 1185; d. 1236), Graf von Urach, Graf von Freiburg as Egino I, m. Adelheid von Neuffen. This Egino clearly states he was married to Kunigunde von Wasserburg and has a son married to Agnes von Zähringen, Urach-6 is the son of Egino II and Kunigunde and grandson of Egino I von Dettingen, hence the same as Urach-3. If you need to I'd happily post this to G2G.

WikiTree profile: Egino III von Urach
in Genealogy Help by PE Rosner G2G6 (6.8k points)
retagged by John Atkinson
Hi PE, I've added some extra tags to you question.

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I'm not quite sure what the question is here?  Are you doubting Helmut's comment?

A genealogical table used as a source on the German Wikipedia page for Egino IV which can be found here would indicate that Helmut is correct.  Probably the link between Egino I and Egino II as it is currently on WikiTree needs to be set as Uncertain but otherwise I can't see any problems.

by John Atkinson G2G6 Pilot (486k points)

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