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Cuno von Rheinfelden was born 980 to Albert von Rheinfelden (950-?) and Agnes de Lebarten (955-?) and died 1047 of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Belgium, Germany.

The family of Cuno (or Kuno) is uncertain. Cuno may have been the son of Ludwig von Dagsburg and his mother (rather than his wife) may have Judith, a daugther of Konrad of Swabia.[1][2][3] Cuno may also have been a son of Konrad of Ortenau (and hence a grandson of Konrad of Swabia) and Beatrix of Lorraine (a daughter of Beatrice Capet).[4]


Offspring of Cuno von Rheinfelden and Richilde von Schwaben (975-1026)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Rudolf von Rheinfelden (c1025-1080) 1025 15 October 1080 Hohenmölsen Thetberge
Mathilde of the Holy Roman Empire (1048-1060)
Adelaide de Savoie (?-1080)


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