Adalrich (Eticho) d'Alsace, comte de Nordgau (c.673 - c.735) MP

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Birthplace: Alsace, France
Death: Died in Alsace, France
Occupation: Count of Nordgau (Lower Alsace), Duc d'Alsace (690)
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About Adalrich (Eticho) d'Alsace, comte de Nordgau

The Etichonids were an important noble family, probably of Frankish or Burgundian origin, who rose to dominate the region of Alsace in the Early Middle Ages from the seventh to the tenth centuries.

Among the descendants of the Etichonids, in the female line were Hugh of Tours and his family, including his daughter Ermengard, who was wife to Lothair I and thus mother to three Carolingian kings.

Source material:

1. Hummer, Hans J. Politics and Power in Early Medieval Europe: Alsace and the Frankish Realm 600 – 1000. Cambridge University Press: 2005. See mainly pp 46–55.

2. He is referred to as Liutheric, a mayor of the palace, in the Life of Odilia. -------------------- From

{This line of descent from W.H.Turton,"The Plantagenet Ancestry"(Balt.:Gen.Pub.Co.,1968),p.182.}

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