Otto I (between 1167 and 1171 – 13 January 1200) was Count of Burgundy from 1190 to his death and briefly Count of Luxembourg from 1196 to 1197. He was the fourth son of Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor , by his second wife Beatrice I, Countess of Burgundy ,  daughter of Count Renaud III .
Otto-William, Count of Burgundy (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.
May 23, 2018 · Flodoard names "Hugonem et Oddonem clericum" as brothers of "Otto filius Hugonis", when he records that the rectores of Burgundy named them as his successors. He adopted the name HENRI, and the title Duke of Burgundy.
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Otto I (between 1167 and 1171 – 13 January 1200) was Count of Burgundy from 1190 to his death and briefly Count of Luxembourg from 1196 to 1197. He was the fourth son of Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa by his second wife Countess Beatrice I of Burgundy , heiress of Count Renaud III .
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Otto-William Ivrea de Bourgogne, Count of Burgundy, was born 962 to Adalberto di Ivrea (c934-971) and Gerberga de Macon (-c988) and died 21 September 1026 of unspecified causes. He married Ermentrude de Roucy (-c1004). Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Germany, Belgium.
Born about 958 in Bourgogne, France. He died in 1026 in St-Maixent, Pays de la Loire, France. He was buried in 1026 in Dijon, Cote d'Or, Bourgogne, France. He married Ermentrude de Roucy in 982 in France.
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
HM George I's 18-Great Grandfather. HRE Ferdinand I's 14-Great Grandfather. U.S. President [WASHINGTON] 's 20-Great Grandfather. PM Churchill's 25-Great Grandfather.
Otto also inherited the duchy of Burgundy on the other side of the Saône in 1002 from his stepfather Odo Henry the Great. The duchy then corresponded to the diocese of Besançon in the Holy Roman Empire. By 990 Otto-William was the Count of Nevers. He was also Count of Mâcon in France.