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Mathilde von Schwaben (c988-c1031)

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Mathilde von Schwaben was born circa 988 to Hermann II von Schwaben (?-1003) and Gerberga de Bourgogne (965-1019) and died circa 29 July 1031 of unspecified causes. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium.




Children


Offspring of Mathilde von Schwaben and Konrad von Kärnten (?-1011)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Konrad II von Kärnten (c1003-1039) <year not a number> <year not a number>
Bruno von Kärnten (c1004-1045) <year not a number> <year not a number>
Unknown von Kärnten (?-?) Hezzelin von Zülpichgau (?-1033)

Offspring of Mathilde von Schwaben and Frederic de Bar (c995-1026)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sophie de Bar (c1018-1093) <year not a number> <year not a number> Louis de Montbéliard (c1011-c1071)

Frederic de Bar (c1020-1033) <year not a number> <year not a number>
Beatrice de Bar (c1017-1076) <year not a number> <year not a number> Bonifacio III di Canossa (985-1052)
Godefroi III de Lorraine (997-1069)

Some argue that Mathilde was married to Esikof von Ballenstedt, but she was probably too old to be the mother of his children. Mathilde von Werl is a better candidate.


Common ancestors of Mathilde von Schwaben (c988-c1031) and Konrad von Kärnten (?-1011)

  1. Adelaide de Frioul (850-901)
  2. Edward the Elder (c870-924)
  3. Hedwige de la Marche (?-903)
  4. Heinrich von Sachsen (876-936)
  5. Louis the Stammerer (846-879)
  6. Matilda von Ringelheim (c895-968)
  7. Otto I von Sachsen (836-912)
  8. Otto I von Sachsen (912-973)
  9. Ælfflæd (c880-)
    Common ancestors of Mathilde von Schwaben (c988-c1031) and Frederic de Bar (c995-1026)
  1. Adelaide de Frioul (850-901)
  2. Bertha de Morvois (c850-c907)
  3. Hedwige de la Marche (?-903)
  4. Heinrich von Sachsen (876-936)
  5. Herbert I de Vermandois (c848-907)
  6. Louis the Stammerer (846-879)
  7. Matilda von Ringelheim (c895-968)
  8. Otto I von Sachsen (836-912)






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