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  1. Matilda of England (German: Mathilde von England, also called Maud; 6 January 1156 – 28 June 1189) was the eldest daughter of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Through her marriage with the Welf duke Henry the Lion , she was Duchess consort of Saxony and Bavaria from 1168 until her husband's deposition in 1180.

    Matilda of England, Duchess of Saxony - Wikipedia

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  2. Matilda of Saxony (1172-1209/10) - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Saxony, or Richenza of Saxony,(1172-13 January 1209/10) was the Countess of Perche followed by the title of Lady of Coucy from the German Welf dynasty. She was also the niece of Richard the Lionheart

  3. Matilda of England, Duchess of Saxony - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of England (German: Mathilde von England, also called Maud; 6 January 1156 – 28 June 1189) was the eldest daughter of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Through her marriage with the Welf duke Henry the Lion , she was Duchess consort of Saxony and Bavaria from 1168 until her husband's deposition in 1180.

  4. Matilda of Saxony, countess of Flanders - geni family tree

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    Matilda of Saxony was the daughter of Herman Billung, Duke of Saxony. Around 961, she married Baldwin III of Flanders, and then afterwards to Godfrey of Verdun, nicknamed "The Prisoner". From her marriage in 961 with Baldwin of Flanders was born Arnulf II of Flanders.

  5. Pedigree: Matilda (Princess) of SAXONY

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    Matilda (Princess) of SAXONY. aka Mathilde von SACHSEN; LIUDOLF. Born: 981 Died: 1025. HM George I's 17-Great Grandmother. HRE Ferdinand I's 14-Great Grandmother. ...

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  7. Matilda (c.896 - 968) - Genealogy

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    Jan 15, 2020 · Saint Mathilda (or Matilda, c. 895 – 14 March 968) was the wife of King Henry I of Germany, the first ruler of the Saxon Ottonian (or Liudolfing) dynasty, thereby Duchess (consort) of Saxony from 912 and Queen (consort) of Germany (East Francia) from 919 until her husband's death in 936.

    • (Present Mordrhein-Westfalen)
    • Henry I
  8. Hedwig of Saxony - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Hedwig of Saxony was born in 910 in Sachsen, Germany. She was the daughter of Henry the Fowler, King of Germany (876-936) and Saint Matilda of Ringelheim, Queen (consort) of Germany (895-968). Hedwige of Saxony (also Hedwig, Hadwig) (c. 910 – May 10, 965) was a member of the Ottonian dynasty and a descendant of...

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    • unknown, Aachen, Stadtkreis Aachen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
  9. Mathilde Saxony - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Mathilde of Mecklenburg (born Saxony) was born in 1172, at birth place, to Henry (der Löwe,The Lion,Duke of Saxony,Henry the Lion,as Henry III,from 1142,and Duke of Bavaria,as Henry XII,"The Lion Duke",Henrik Leo,Henry The Lion) Sachsen, V and Matilda of England, Duchess of Saxony der Welfen von Bayern (born Plantagenet).

  10. St. Matilda - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

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    Matilda was the daughter of Count Dietrich of Westphalia and Reinhild of Denmark. She was also known as Mechtildis and Maud. She was raised by her grandmother, the Abbess of Eufurt convent. Matilda married Henry the Fowler, son of Duke Otto of Saxony, in the year 909. He succeeded his father as ...

  11. Matilda of Saxony (c. 892–968) | Encyclopedia.com

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    In 912, Henry succeeded to the duchy of Saxony and Matilda gave birth to the first of five surviving children, a son who would become Holy Roman emperor Otto I the Great. Like many medieval noblewomen, Matilda of Saxony spent little time with her husband, who after being elected to the German throne in 919 spent most of his time at war.