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Ancestors (and descendant) of Odo I EUDES I of Orléans


Household of Odo I EUDES I of Orléans count of Orléans

He is married to Engeltrude Ingeltrude van Orleans van Parijs.

They got married


Child(ren):

  1. Hardouin I de Neustria  ± 818-857 
  2. Ermentrude of Orl√©ans  823-869 
  3. Engela of Orleans  ± 824-???? 
  4. Gebhard von Lahngau  < 835-± 879 


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her father ·Üí Udo II, count in the Lahngau
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his father ᆒ Odo I, count of Orléans
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his father ᆒ Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks
his mother ᆒ Odo I, count of Orléans
her father

https://www.geni.com/people/Odo-I-count-of-Orléans/6000000009025893077

Odo
French: Eudes
Gender:
Male
Birth:
circa 780
Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France
Death:
circa 834 (46-62)
Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France
Immediate Family:
Son of Waldrada von Hornbach
Husband of Ruthildis im Lahngau and Ingeltrude of The Franks of Orleans
Father of Beatrix of Orleans; Hardouin, count of Neustria; Guillaume, comte d'Orléans; Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks; Engela of Orleans; Gebhard I, Graf im Niederlahngau; Gottfried von Metz; Ruggero, Count of Auriata and (No Name) « less
Brother of Waldrada of Worms

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANKISH%20NOBILITY.htm#EudesOrleansMEngeltrudis
http://roskildehistorie.dk/stamtavler/konger/1_Vikingetid/Lothringen_old.htm

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy
From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Swabian Nobility (covering her married family only):
http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SWABIAN%20NOBILITY.htm#Hildegardisdied783
f) [ADRIANUS .
Adrian is named as son of Gerhard in a charter dated 793 which also names his germanus Erbio[332].]
same person asဦ? ADRIANUS (-before 10 Nov 821). No proof has so far been found which confirms this co-identity. However, the name Adrianus was unusual at that time which indicates that it may be correct.
m WALDRADA, daughter of --- (-after 15 Feb 824).
"Uualtrat relicta Adriani" donated property "in castello Pingi in pago Wormacense" to Fulda by charter dated 10 Nov 821 with the consent of "Votoni comitis"[333]. "Uualtrat et Voto" donated property "in pago Wormacense in castello Pingna" to Fulda by charter dated 15 Feb 824, subscribed by "Albrichi comitis"[334].
Adrianus & his wife had two children:
i) ODO (-after 15 Feb 824).
"Uualtrat relicta Adriani" donated property "in castello Pingi in pago Wormacense" to Fulda by charter dated 10 Nov 821 with the consent of "Votoni comitis"[335]. "Uualtrat et Voto" donated property "in pago Wormacense in castello Pingna" to Fulda by charter dated 15 Feb 824[336]. Neither of these charters states that Odo was the son of Waldrada, but this is a fair assumption.
[same person as ဦ? EUDES [Odo] (-killed in battle Jun 834). Comte d´Orléans. Levillain identifies Odo, son of Waldrada, with Eudes Comte d'Orléans[337]. This seems unlikely to be correct as the name Guillaume/Wilhelm (brother of Eudes Comte d´Orléans) does not appear at all in the Udalrichinger family.]
ii) WILTRUD . The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.
"Wialdruth et Guntram" donated property "in Buosinesheim" to Kloster Lorsch for the soul of "Rutperti comitis quondam viri mei" by charter dated 19 Feb 834[338].
m ([808]) ROBERT [III] Graf im Wormsgau, son of ROBERT [II] Graf im Wormsgau und Oberrheingau & his first wife Theoderata (-before 19 Feb 834). "Karolusဦaugustusဦimperator Romanumဦrex Francorum et Langobardorum" issued a judgment by charter dated 8 Mar 812 which names "fidelibus nostri: Gerulfus, Guntlandus, Hedo, Armannus, Hamricus, Sicardus, Rotbertus comitibusဦAmalricus comiti palatii nostro"[339].

Odo, Comte de Orléans (1)
M, #106434
Last Edited=13 Jul 2005
Odo, Comte de Orléans was also known as Eudes (?). He gained the title of Comte d'Orléans. (1)
Child of Odo, Comte de Orléans
-1. Ermentrude d'Orléans+ d. 869 (1)
Forr√°s / Source:
http://www.thepeerage.com/p10644.htm#i106434

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.
Sources
* Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility န Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.
* Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.
From www.wikipedia.org at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo,_Count_of_Orleans

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.
[edit] Sources
Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility န Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.
Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo_I,_Count_of_Orl%C3%A9ans"
Categories: Udalriching dynasty | 834 deaths | Counts of Orléans

Odo I, Count of Orléans

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.
Sources
Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility န Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.
Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.
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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~havens5/p24197.htm
Eudes Comte de Orleans1,2
b. circa 800, d. circa 834,
His parents are in great dispule. Per Jacques Saillot's "Les Seize Quartiers des Reines et Imperatrices Francaises," he was the son of William de Gellone by his wife Cunegonde de France, daughter of Carloman II.
Weis, _Ancestral_Roots_, 7th ed.148-15 states Engeltrude of Paris married Eudes Comte de Orleans, son of Hadrian von Wormsgau, Count of Orleans.
Wikipedia states He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid.
Marriage* Eudes Comte de Orleans married Engeltrude of Paris, daughter of Count Leuthard of Paris.1
Death* circa 834
Eudes died circa 834.
Family Engeltrude of Paris b. circa 805
Child 1. Ermentrude de Orleans+ b. 27 Sep 830, d. 6 Oct 869
Odo I, Count of Orléans
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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.
He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.
According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.
In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.
Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.
[edit]Sources
Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility န Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.
Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

From the French Wikipedia page on Eudes d'Orleans:
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eudes_d%27Orl%C3%A9ans
Eudes d'Orl√©ans[1] (v. 790- ·Ä† 834), comte d'Orl√©ans à partir de 821. Il meurt au cours d'un combat contre Matfried d'Orl√©ans associ√© au comte Lambert Ier de Nantes.
Généalogie (Filiation incertaine)
Il serait le fils de Waldrade et d'Adrien d'Orléans (v. 760- ဠ v. 821), comte palatin du Rhin et fils de Gérold Ier de Vintzgau et Emma d'Alémanie.
Il épouse Engeltrude de Fézensac (?-?), fille du comte Leuthard Ier de Paris, dont il a les enfants suivants:
1. Ermentrude d'Orléans, (vers 830- ဠ 869), épouse de Charles II dit le Chauve.
2. Guillaume d'Orléans, (?- ဠ 866), comte d'Orléans, décapité pour trahison sur ordre de Charles le Chauve.
Autre descendance possible :
3. Engeltrude, épouse d'Aubry, seigneur de Sens.
4. Gebhard de Lahngau (·Ä† apr√®s 879), mari√© à une s≈ìur[2] d'Ernest, il est le p√®re d'Udo de Neustrie, de B√©renger Ier de Neustrie et de l'abb√© Waldo.
In English:
Eudes d'Orleans (c. 790 to 834) was Comte d'Orleans from 821. He died during a battle against Matfried d'Orleans, who was associated with Lambert I de Nantes.
Genealogy (Parantage is uncertain)
He is the son of Waldrade and Adrian d'Orleans (c. 760-c821), Comte d'Orleans et Comte Palatine, and son of Gerold I de Vinzgouw and Emma d'Alemanie.
He married Engeltrude de Fezensac, daughter of Leuthard I, Comte de Paris, which had the following children:
1. Ermentrude d'Orleans (c.830-869), wife of Charles II the Bald.
2. William d'Orleans (-866), Comte d'Orleans, who was beheaded for treason by order of Charles the Bald.
Other possible issue:
3. Engeltrude, wife of d'Aubry, Seigneur de Sens.
4. Gebhard de Lahngau (d. after 879), married to a sister d'Ernest; fathered Udo de Neustria, Beringer I de Neustria, and l'Abbe Waldo.

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