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  1. Find a Grave, database and images ( accessed ), memorial page for OttoCount of Macon” Guillaume de Bourgogne I (958–21 Sep 1026), Find a Grave Memorial no. 82546330, citing Dijon Cathedral, Dijon, Departement de la Côte-d'Or, Bourgogne, France ; Maintained by Brett Williams (contributor 47234529) .

  2. Otto I de Bourgogne (1170-1200) | Familypedia | Fandom

    Otto I Staufen de Bourgogne, Count of Burgundy, Count of Luxembourg, was born 1170 to Friedrich I Barbarossa of the Holy Roman Empire (1122-1190) and Béatrice I de Bourgogne (1145-1184) and died 13 January 1200 of assassination. He married Marguerite de Blois (c1170-1230) 1190 JL . Notable ancestors includeAlfred the Great (849-899), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996). Ancestors are ...

  3. Otto I Biography - Facts, Childhood, Family Life, Achievements

    Otto I was born on 23 November 912, to the Duke of Saxony, Henry the Fowler and Matilda, his second wife and the daughter of a Saxon count in Westphalia. He had four full siblings. His first military experience was as a commander during a German-Wendish battle in 929.

  4. Pedigree: Otto-William (Count) de BOURGOGNE

    Otto-William (Count) de BOURGOGNE aka Eudes (Othon) I Guillaume; aka Eudo Guilelm of IVREA; Count of MACON & Nevers; Pretender-Duke of BURGUNDY; poss. aka Otton I (King) de LOMBARDY Born: Lombard 959 Died: 1026 Dijon

  5. Otto Guillaume I Vilim "Macon DeBurgundy ... - Genealogy Online

    Otto-William, Count of Burgundy Otto William (962 – 21 September 1026, born as Guglielmo di Ivrea) was a son of Adalbert, King of Italy, and Gerberga of Mâcon. His mother gave him what would be the Free County of Burgundy around Dôle in 982.

  6. County of Burgundy - Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core

    In 982, Otto-William, son of Adalbert of Lombardy, Count at Mâcon in the Duchy of Burgundy, received the County of Burgundy from his mother, Gerberga of Dijon. He thereby became the progenitor of the comital Anscarid dynasty, a collateral branch of the Bosonid dukes of Burgundy, descending from Hugh the Black , a 10th-century brother of Duke ...

  7. Baron of Burgundy – German Nobility Titles

    His son Otto later inherited the land from his mother. In 1208, Otto’s daughter Beatrice married Count Otto I of Andechs Merania, who took over Burgundy and was able to extend his family’s influence all the way to France. Burgundy was in the Andechs family’s possession until his son Otto II of Andechs Merania passed away.

  8. Adelaide, Countess of Burgundy - Unionpedia, the concept map,_Countess_of_Burgundy

    Adelaide, Countess of Burgundy and Otto I, Duke of Merania · See more » Otto III, Count of Burgundy. Otto III (– 19 June 1248), a member of the House of Andechs, was Count of Burgundy from 1231 and last Duke of Merania (as Otto II) from 1234 until his death. New!!: Adelaide, Countess of Burgundy and Otto III, Count of Burgundy · See more »

  9. William I, Count Of Burgundy and 26 related entities ...,+count+of+burgundy

    Reginald I, Count of Burgundy Count of Burgundy. Desc: Reginald I, Count of Burgundy was the second Count of the Free County of Burgundy.Born in 986, he was the son of Otto-William, Count of Burgundy and Ermentrude de Roucy.

  10. Birth: c.965/66 Death: c.1018/19 Gerberga was a member of the Elder House of Welf. She was married firstly to Herman I, count of Werl and secondly to Herman II, Duke of Swabia. Gerberga was born in Arles. She was the daughter of King Conrad of Burgundy and his second wife, Matilda, daughter of Louis IV of France and...

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