St Leo Egisheim IX
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Bruno Egisheim IX (1002 - 1054)

Pope Bruno (St Leo) "Leo, Graf von Nordgau, Graf von Egisheim und Dagsburg" Egisheim IX
Born in Eguisheim, Francemap
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Died in Rome, Italymap
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Bruno of Egisheim-Dagsburg

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, Bruno's parents died while he was Bishop. The reference guide also notes that he had two brothers.[1]
St Leo Egisheim IX has German ancestry.
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b. 21 June 1002 Eguisheim, Alsace, Duchy of Swabia, Holy Roman Empire[2]

d. 19 Apr 1054 Rome, Papal States, Holy Roman Empire[3]


Father: Hugh (first cousin to Emperor Conrad)[4]

Mother: Heilewide of Dagsburg[5][6]


The Archdiocesan of Toul [1] who headed the medieval Latin church (1049–54) after the death of Gregory VI.

  • 1026–49: Bishop of Toul[7]
  • 12 Feb 1049 - 19 Apr 1054: Pope[8][9]


  • Cawley, C. (2006). Medieval Lands v.3. []
  • "Pope Leo IX." New Advent.[10]

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  1. Toul, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France

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