HENRY I "The Quarelsome" Duke of Bavaria (0918 - 1 Nov 0955)
Duke Burchard II of Swabia soon swore fealty to the new king, but duke Arnulf of Bavaria did not submit until Henry invaded Bavaria in 921. Policy. Henry regarded the kingdom as a confederation of stem duchies rather than as a feudal kingdom and saw himself as "primus inter pares". Instead of seeking to administer the empire through counts, as ...
Henry GUELPH. Henry was made Duke of Bavaria in 1020 A.D. by the Emperor Conrad the Second. He had the following children: + 2 M i.
Child 5: Henry I the Quarrelsome of Bavaria, Duke of Bavaria, b. 918 Child 6: Bruno (St.) the Great of Cologne, Duke of Lorraine, b. 925 LDS: Henry I L'Oiseleur (Duke of Saxony) BIRTH: 876, Saxony,Germany; DEATH: 2 JUL 936; TITLE: Duke of Saxony; Father: Ottoon and Mother: Hedwige Family 1: Matilda OF RINGLEHEIM MARRIAGE: 911
Ancestors of I HENRY Duke of Lorraine, Bavaria /-I OTTO Count in South Thuringia /-I HENRY Holy Roman Emporer ... 1684, Henrico,Virginia. Go To List Of Surnames
Prince Heinrich of Bavaria (German: Heinrich Franz Wilhelm Prinz von Bayern) (28 March 1922 – 14 February 1958) was a member of the Bavarian royal House of Wittelsbach.
Henry, Duke of Bavaria. The first Henry, Duke of Bavaria, was the third Duke of Bavaria & ruled 1120-1126. Some say he m. Joyce DAMPELL, d/o Sir William Dampell, at least one says her father was Sir William de Pomfret. Neither of these Wiliams is found at Burke's or Debrett's.
Henry X, Duke of Bavaria was born in 1108, to Henry Ix, Duke of Bavaria and Wulfhilde of Saxony. Henry married Gertrude of Süpplingenburg on May 29 1127, at age 19. They had one son: Henry The Lion .
Henry The Lion was born in 1129, in Ravensburg, to Henry X, Duke of Bavaria and Gertrude of Süpplingenburg. Henry married Matilda of England, Duchess of Saxony . They had 7 children: Otto IV Holy Roman Emperor , Unknown Richenza , Henry V Count Palatine of The Rhine , Lothar of Bavaria , Gertrude of Bavaria , William of Winchester Lord of ...
May 12 – Day of the Barricades in Paris: Henry I, Duke of Guise seizes the city, forcing King Henry III to flee. May 28 – The Spanish Armada , with 130 ships and 30,000 men, begins to set sail from the Tagus estuary, heading for the English Channel (it will take until May 30 for all of the ships to leave port).