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(1) He is married to FNU im Nordgau.

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Child(ren):

  1. Udo II von Lahngau  < 840-± 879 


(2) He is married to FNU di Friuli.

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Gebhard I, Graf im Niederlahngau is your 36th great grandfather.
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her father ·Üí Henry "the Lion", duke of Saxony
his father ᆒ Gertrud of Süpplingenburg, Duchess of Bavaria
his mother ᆒ Lothar III von Süpplingenburg, Holy Roman Emperor
her father ᆒ Gebhard Graf von Süpplingenburg
his father ·Üí Ita von Querfurt
his mother ·Üí N.N. von Goseck
her mother ·Üí Burchard IV. Graf im Hassegau
her father ·Üí Dedi, count in the Hassegau
his father ·Üí N.N. von Franken
his mother ᆒ Konrad der ältere, Graf von Lahngau
her father ·Üí Udo II, count in the Lahngau
his father ·Üí Gebhard I, Graf im Niederlahngau
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Gebhard, count of the Lahngau
German: Gebhard, graf im Niederlahngau
Gender:
Male
Birth:
832
Lahngau, Hesse, Germany
Death:
October 879 (46-47)
Gemünden am Main, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family:
Son of Odo I, count of Orléans and NN

Husband of .... im Nordgau

Father of Werner; Udo II, count in the Lahngau; Berengar, margraves of Neustria; Waldo von Neustria, Abbot and Berthold, archbishop of Trier

Brother of Guillaume, comte d'Orléans

Half brother of Ermentrude of Orléans, queen of the Franks
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-http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANKISH%20NOBILITY.htm#Gebharddiedafter879A

b) [GEBHARD (-after 879). Jackman suggests that Gebhard (ancestor of the Konradiner) was the brother of Ermentrude, first wife Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks, therefore the son of Eudes Comte d'Orléans[141]. However, this appears chronologically dubious if Gebhard is identified with "Gebehardus" who founded Kloster Kettenbach, as recorded in the charter of "Ludowicusဦrex" dated 31 Mar [845] in which the king donated land in "in pago Logonense iuxta fluvium Arda" to the monastery[142], unless he was born from an earlier marriage of his father. Nevertheless, an interesting possible corroboration for Gebhard's relationship with this family is provided by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "Adalardo Yrmintrudis reginæ avunculo" was "propinquo" of the brothers Udo (ancestor of the Franconian Konradiner family), Berengar and Waldo who were expelled from Germany in 865[143], and in a later passage that "Adalardoဦet suis propinquis Hugonis et Berengario" fought the Vikings in 865[144]. "Adalardo" was Adalhard [III], maternal uncle of Gebhard assuming the relationship is as shown here, and the brothers Udo, Berengar and Waldo were Gebhard's sons.
m --- [im Nordgau], sister of Graf ERNST, daughter of ---. The relationship between the sons of Gebhard and Graf Ernst is clarified by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "nepotes ipsius [Ernestus]" were expelled from the kingdom in 861[145]. If the suggestion by Jackman concerning Gebhard's affiliation is correct, Gebhard would have been the brother-in-law not brother of Ernest, married to the latter's sister.]
- GERMANY, EARLY NOBILITY.

tilf√∏rt 30.1.2011 af Benthe Rask from http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konradiner:
Gebhard von Lahngau (810-879) had 4 sons:
1. Berthold erzbishof von Trier, 2. Waldo abbot von Trier, 3. Berenger von Hessengau 4. Udo (830-879) von Lahngau m.Judith (daughter of Conrad I (805-866) von Welf).
Udo (830-879) and Judith had 4 sons:
I. Konrad "der ältere" -906 (m. Glismut):
Konrad and Glismut had 4 children: 1. Konrad "der jüngere" (-918) m. Kunigunde (Ahalolfinger), 2. Eberhard von Lahngau (-939) m. perhaps Oda von Sachsen (865-952) and had a son, Udo/Eldo (880-949), 3. Otto von Ruhrgau (-918), 4. dau. m. Buchard
II.Eberhard von Niederlahngau (- 903) m. Wiltrude.
Eberhard and Wiltrude had 5 children: 1. son, 2.Konrad Kurtzbold (- 948), 3.* Gebhard (- 947) m. (Adele) de Vermandois ,4 . Eberhard (- 944) von Maifeld, 5. dau. m. Werner Speyergau (-920)
Gebhard and Adele had 4 children: 1. Konrad, Küno I ( - 982) m. NN (Judith): had 1 son: 1**. Konrad (perhaps Küno von Öhningen) m. Reginlinde.2. Udo (-982), 3.^^ Heribert (-992) von Kinziggau m Imiza von Mezingoz:, 4.++ Judith von Wetterau (-973) m. Heinrich (Udonen) (-976).
Konrad and Reginlinde had 7 children:
1. Liutold, 2. Konrad , 3. *** Hermann II von Schwaben - 1003 m. Geberga, 4. Ita von Öhningen m. Rudolf II von Altdorf, 5. dau. m. Vladimir I Swjatoslawitsch, 6. Judith m. NN Reinfelden, m. Adalbert von Metz, 7. Kunizza (- 1020) m Friderich I von Diessen (- 1027)
**Hermann and Geberga had 5 children: 1. Mathilde (988-1032) m. Konrad von Kärten,m. Friederich II, m. Esiko, 2. Gisela (990-1043) m. Bruno, m. Ernst I, m. Konrad II (Salier), 3. Berchtold (992-993), 4. Beatrix (-1025) m. Adalbero von Eppenstein, 5. Hermann III (-1012).

^^ Heribert and Imiza had 4 children:
1. ^^^Otto von Hammerstein (Zutpen) (-1036) m. Irmgard von Verdun, 2. Gebhard (- 1016), 3.Irmtrude (- 985) m. Friederick I von Luxemburg, 4. Geberga m. Heinrich von Schweinfurt.
^^^Otto and Irmgard had 2 children: a. Udo (-1034), b. Mathilde m. Ludolf von Brauweiler (Ezzonen).
++Judith and Heinrich had 2 children: a. Eberhard von Lahngau ( - 966), b. Conrad von Lobdengau (- 965)
III. Gebhard (872- 910) (m. Ida van Ezzo)
Gebhard and Ida had 2 children: 1.*^ Udo von Wetterau (- 949) m. NN (Kunigonde) de Vermandois, 2.**** Herman I von Schwaben (- 949) m. Reginlinde von Zürichgau
*** Herman and Regilinde had 1 child: 1. Ida (- 986) m. Liudolf von Sachsen
^Udo and Kunigonde had 2 children: a. Gebhard - 938, b. Udo von Strassburg, bishop ( - 965)
(perhaps also c. Heribert, d. Konrad - 997, e. Judith von Stade)
IV. Rudolf (860-908), bishop von Würzburg

Comte Eudes & his [first/second] wife had [one possible child]:
b) [GEBHARD (-after 879). Jackman suggests that Gebhard (ancestor of the Konradiner) was the brother of Ermentrude, first wife Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks, therefore the son of Eudes Comte d'Orléans[141]. However, this appears chronologically dubious if Gebhard is identified with "Gebehardus" who founded Kloster Kettenbach, as recorded in the charter of "Ludowicusဦrex" dated 31 Mar [845] in which the king donated land in "in pago Logonense iuxta fluvium Arda" to the monastery[142], unless he was born from an earlier marriage of his father. Nevertheless, an interesting possible corroboration for Gebhard's relationship with this family is provided by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "Adalardo Yrmintrudis reginæ avunculo" was "propinquo" of the brothers Udo (ancestor of the Franconian Konradiner family), Berengar and Waldo who were expelled from Germany in 865[143], and in a later passage that "Adalardoဦet suis propinquis Hugonis et Berengario" fought the Vikings in 865[144]. "Adalardo" was Adalhard [III], maternal uncle of Gebhard assuming the relationship is as shown here, and the brothers Udo, Berengar and Waldo were Gebhard's sons. m --- [im Nordgau], sister of Graf ERNST, daughter of ---. The relationship between the sons of Gebhard and Graf Ernst is clarified by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "nepotes ipsius [Ernestus]" were expelled from the kingdom in 861[145]. If the suggestion by Jackman concerning Gebhard's affiliation is correct, Gebhard would have been the brother-in-law not brother of Ernest, married to the latter's sister.]

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http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/GERMAN%20NOBILITY.htm#Udodied879

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1.¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€  EUDES ([770/80]-killed in battle [Touraine] Jun 834).¬â€  His birth date is estimated on the assumption that he was already mature when named for the first time in 810/11, but bearing in mind his active participation in the 834 battle in which he was killed.¬â€  The Annales Fuldenses record that "Odo legatus imperatoris·Ä¶orientalium Saxonum pr√¶sidium" was captured by "Wilzis" in 810[125].¬â€  Einhard's Annales record "Uodo comes" as one of the signatories of peace with the Vikings in 811[126].¬â€  He became Comte d'Orl√©ans after the territory was forfeited by Matfried[127]: the Miracula Sancti Bernardi records that "Matfrido, comite quondam Aurelianensi" was deprived of his honours "culpam inerti√¶" and "Odo" appointed in his place[128], presumably dated to [828].¬â€  From that time, Eudes and his brother Guillaume were the most powerful supporters of Emperor Louis "le Pieux" against his son Lothaire, whose rebellion was supported by Matfried.¬â€  The Vita Hludowici Imperatoris records that "Aurelianensem urbem" was taken from "Hodone" and restored to "Mathfrido" [in 830][129].¬â€  The Annales Bertiniani record that "Odo et Willelmus frater eius" were among those killed fighting "Lantbertum et Matfridem" in 834[130].¬â€  Merlet suggests that the battle took place in Touraine[131].¬â€  The Annales Xantenses record that "Uodo comes et Theodo abbas" were killed in 834[132].¬â€  The Annales Fuldenses record the rebellion of "Mahtfredo et Lantberto" in 834 and the battle in which "Udo comes Aurelianensium et Theodo abbas sancti Martini Turonensis" were killed[133].¬â€  The Chronicle of Ad√©mar de Chabannes records that "Odo Aurelianorum comes" was killed fighting "Lamberto Nannetensi comite"[134].¬â€  The Miracula Sancti Bernardi names "Odonem fratremque illius Guillelmum, comitem Blesensium, Teutonem denique abbatem Sancti Martini, Guidonem comitem Cenomanensem" among those killed in battle against Lambert Comte de Nantes[135].¬â€  The Chronica Rainaldi records that "Odo comes Aurelianensium, Willelmus frater eius comes Blesensium, Guido comes Cenomanensium" died in battle fighting "Lambertum" in 835[136].¬â€  It is more likely that this battle took place in 834, assuming that it is correct that Count Lantbert was established in Italy later that year.¬â€  [m firstly ---.¬â€  The charter quoted below, which records the confirmation of a donation to Tours Saint-Martin made by Comte Eudes and his son Guillaume, suggests that Guillaume must have been considerably older than his sister Ermentrudis (whose birth is estimated to [830], see below).¬â€  If this is correct, it is possible that Guillaume was born from an earlier marriage of his father.¬â€  The possibility of such an earlier marriage is also indicated by Eudes·Äôs estimated birth date as shown above.]¬â€  m [secondly] ENGELTRUDIS, daughter of [LIUTHARD Comte de F√©zensac & his wife Grimhild ---].¬â€  The wife of Eudes is named by Nithard who records "Hirmentrude, daughter of Odo and Ingiltrud" as the wife of Charles[137].¬â€  However, the Annales Bertiniani suggest that she was the sister of Adalhard [III] (and therefore maybe the daughter of Liuthard) when they record that "Carlomannus, Hlodowici regis Germani√¶" sought refuge with "Adalardo, Yrmintrudis regin√¶ avunculo, suo autem propinquo" after he was banished by his father following his rebellion in 861[138].¬â€  Comte Eudes & his [first] wife had one child:¬â€ 
a)¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€  GUILLAUME (-executed 866).¬â€  Barth√©lemy quotes a charter under which "Robertus·Ä¶beati Martini abbas·Ä¶et comes" confirmed donations to Tour Saint-Martin made "olim·Ä¶ab Odone quondam comite Aurelianensi avunculo nostro et Willelmo eius filio" by charter dated 20 Feb "anno XXVII regnante domino Carolo·Ä¶rege"[139].¬â€  As noted above, this charter suggests that Guillaume must have been considerably older than his sister Ermentrudis (whose birth is estimated to [830], see below, and therefore possibly born from an otherwise unrecorded earlier marriage of his father.¬â€  The Annales Bertiniani name "Willelmum·Ä¶Odonis quondam comitis Aurelianensis filium" as "Karolus·Ä¶sobrinum suum" when recording his capture in Burgundy and execution at "Silvanectum civitatem" in 866[140].¬â€ 
Comte Eudes & his [first/second] wife had [one possible child]:¬â€ 
b)¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€  [GEBHARD (-after 879).¬â€  Jackman suggests that Gebhard (ancestor of the Konradiner) was the brother of Ermentrude, first wife Charles II "le Chauve" King of the West Franks, therefore the son of Eudes Comte d'Orl√©ans[141].¬â€  However, this appears chronologically dubious if Gebhard is identified with "Gebehardus" who founded Kloster Kettenbach, as recorded in the charter of "Ludowicus·Ä¶rex" dated 31 Mar [845] in which the king donated land in "in pago Logonense iuxta fluvium Arda" to the monastery[142], unless he was born from an earlier marriage of his father.¬â€  Nevertheless, an interesting possible corroboration for Gebhard's relationship with this family is provided by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "Adalardo Yrmintrudis regin√¶ avunculo" was "propinquo" of the brothers Udo (ancestor of the Franconian Konradiner family), Berengar and Waldo who were expelled from Germany in 865[143], and in a later passage that "Adalardo·Ä¶et suis propinquis Hugonis et Berengario" fought the Vikings in 865[144].¬â€  "Adalardo" was Adalhard [III], maternal uncle of Gebhard assuming the relationship is as shown here, and the brothers Udo, Berengar and Waldo were Gebhard's sons.¬â€  m --- [im Nordgau], sister of Graf ERNST, daughter of ---.¬â€  The relationship between the sons of Gebhard and Graf Ernst is clarified by the Annales Bertiniani which record that "nepotes ipsius [Ernestus]" were expelled from the kingdom in 861[145].¬â€  If the suggestion by Jackman concerning Gebhard's affiliation is correct, Gebhard would have been the brother-in-law not brother of Ernest, married to the latter's sister.]¬â€ 
-¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€ ¬â€  GERMANY, EARLY NOBILITY.¬â€ 

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