Ermgard van Zutphen, Countess Regnant of Zutphen, was born on an unknown date to Otto II van Zutphen (c1050-1113) and Judith von Arnstein (?-1118) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Belgium, Germany.

Ermengarde of Zutphen was countess of Zutphen (1122-1138) after her brothers died or had taken holy orders. She was also, by marriage, Countess of Guelders and Countess of Luxembourg.

Note that the Dutch and French Wikipedia have Judith von Supplinburg, sister of Emperor Lothas III, as her mother. Her father's page on the German Wikipedia[1] argues that this is a fabrication.


Offspring of Ermgard van Zutphen and Gerard II van Gelre (c1098-c1131)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Adelheid van Gelre (?-?)
Hendrik I van Gelre (c1117-1182) 1117 1182 Agnes von Arnstein (c1130-1171)

Salome van Gelre (c1120-c1167) 1120 1167 Heinrich I. von Oldenburg-Wildeshausen (c1122-1167)

Common ancestors of Ermgard van Zutphen (-1138) and Konrad II. von Luxemburg (1106-1136)

  1. Ezzo von Lorraine (c955-1034)
  2. Heribert von der Wetterau (925-992)
  3. Irmentrud von Hamaland (c950-)
  4. Mathilde von Sachsen (979-1025)

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