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Eudes-Odo I Graaf van Orleans, Graaf van Lahngau) d'Orléans (Graaf van de Nederlahngau), I

Nicknames: "Hodo", "Uodo", "Odo"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France
Death: Died in Orléans, Loiret, Centre, France
Immediate Family:

Son of Adrien, Comte d'Orléans and Waldrada von Hornbach
Husband of Ruthildis im Lahngau and Ingeltrude of The Franks of Orleans
Father of Ruggero, Count of Auriata; Guillaume d'Orleans; Beatrix of Orleans; Guillaume, comte d'Orléans; Hardouin, count of Neustria and 5 others
Brother of Wiltrud, Gräfin im Wormsgau and Wadrada d'Orleans

Occupation: hrabia, Count of Orleans, Comte d'Orleans, Count of Orleans - see http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps05/ps05_121.htm, Comte d'Orléans et de Bas Lahngau, comte d'Orléans
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About Eudes-Odo I Graaf van Orleans, Graaf van Lahngau) d'Orléans (Graaf van de Nederlahngau), I

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

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He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866. -------------------- Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

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Odo, Comte de Orléans (1)

M, #106434

Last Edited=13 Jul 2005

    Odo, Comte de Orléans was also known as Eudes (?). He gained the title of Comte d'Orléans. (1)

Child of Odo, Comte de Orléans

-1. Ermentrude d'Orléans+ d. 869 (1)

Forrás / Source:

http://www.thepeerage.com/p10644.htm#i106434

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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

Sources

   * Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility — Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.
   * Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

From www.wikipedia.org at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo,_Count_of_Orleans

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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

[edit] Sources

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility — Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.

Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo_I,_Count_of_Orl%C3%A9ans"

Categories: Udalriching dynasty | 834 deaths | Counts of Orléans

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Odo I, Count of Orléans

  

Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

Sources

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility — Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.

Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. It may not have been reviewed by professional editors (see full disclaimer)

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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possible of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~havens5/p24197.htm

Eudes Comte de Orleans1,2

b. circa 800, d. circa 834,

His parents are in great dispule. Per Jacques Saillot's "Les Seize Quartiers des Reines et Imperatrices Francaises," he was the son of William de Gellone by his wife Cunegonde de France, daughter of Carloman II.

       Weis, _Ancestral_Roots_, 7th ed.148-15 states Engeltrude of Paris married Eudes Comte de Orleans, son of Hadrian von Wormsgau, Count of Orleans.
       Wikipedia states He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid.

Marriage* Eudes Comte de Orleans married Engeltrude of Paris, daughter of Count Leuthard of Paris.1

Death* circa 834

Eudes died circa 834.

Family Engeltrude of Paris b. circa 805

Child 1. Ermentrude de Orleans+ b. 27 Sep 830, d. 6 Oct 869

Odo I, Count of Orléans

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Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

[edit]Sources

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility — Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans.

Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

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From the French Wikipedia page on Eudes d'Orleans:

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eudes_d%27Orl%C3%A9ans

Eudes d'Orléans[1] (v. 790- † 834), comte d'Orléans à partir de 821. Il meurt au cours d'un combat contre Matfried d'Orléans associé au comte Lambert Ier de Nantes.

Généalogie (Filiation incertaine)

Il serait le fils de Waldrade et d'Adrien d'Orléans (v. 760- † v. 821), comte palatin du Rhin et fils de Gérold Ier de Vintzgau et Emma d'Alémanie.

Il épouse Engeltrude de Fézensac (?-?), fille du comte Leuthard Ier de Paris, dont il a les enfants suivants:

1. Ermentrude d'Orléans, (vers 830- † 869), épouse de Charles II dit le Chauve.

2. Guillaume d'Orléans, (?- † 866), comte d'Orléans, décapité pour trahison sur ordre de Charles le Chauve.

Autre descendance possible :

3. Engeltrude, épouse d'Aubry, seigneur de Sens.

4. Gebhard de Lahngau († après 879), marié à une sœur[2] d'Ernest, il est le père d'Udo de Neustrie, de Bérenger Ier de Neustrie et de l'abbé Waldo.

In English:

Eudes d'Orleans (c. 790 to 834) was Comte d'Orleans from 821. He died during a battle against Matfried d'Orleans, who was associated with Lambert I de Nantes.

Genealogy (Parantage is uncertain)

He is the son of Waldrade and Adrian d'Orleans (c. 760-c821), Comte d'Orleans et Comte Palatine, and son of Gerold I de Vinzgouw and Emma d'Alemanie.

He married Engeltrude de Fezensac, daughter of Leuthard I, Comte de Paris, which had the following children:

1. Ermentrude d'Orleans (c.830-869), wife of Charles II the Bald.

2. William d'Orleans (-866), Comte d'Orleans, who was beheaded for treason by order of Charles the Bald.

Other possible issue:

3. Engeltrude, wife of d'Aubry, Seigneur de Sens.

4. Gebhard de Lahngau (d. after 879), married to a sister d'Ernest; fathered Udo de Neustria, Beringer I de Neustria, and l'Abbe Waldo.

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo_von_Orl%C3%A9ans

Odo von Orléans

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Odo von Orléans (* vor 798; † 834) ist vermutlich identisch mit dem älteren Grafen Udo im Lahngau. Udo/Odo war zunächst Graf im Rheinland/Lahngau, wo er von 821 bis 826 bezeugt ist, und dann von 828 bis 834 Graf von Orléans.

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   * 1 Abstammung
   * 2 Graf in Rheinland/Lahngau
   * 3 Graf von Orléans
   * 4 Nachkommen
   * 5 Weblinks
   * 6 Fußnoten

Abstammung [Bearbeiten]

Es herrscht eine gewisse Unklarheit darüber, ob er Udo, Uodo, Odo, Eudes oder Otto hieß, da all diese Namen in unterschiedlichen Quellen auf dieselbe Person hinweisen. Er war wohl ein Sohn des Grafen Erbio († nach 808) und einer namentlich unbekannten Tochter (Gerberga ?) des Grafen Wilhelm von Aquitanien; damit wäre er väterlicherseits ein Enkel des Präfekten Gerold II. (Schwager Karls des Großen und Statthalter Bayerns nach dem Sturz Tassilos). Mütterlicherseits ein Vetter des Grafen Bernhard I. von Barcelona. Auch gilt er vielen Historikern als Vater des Grafen Konrad vom Lahngau, der als Stammvater der Konradiner angesehen wird.[1]

Graf in Rheinland/Lahngau [Bearbeiten]

Udo/Odo ist als Graf im Rheinland/Lahngau zwischen 821 bis 826 bezeugt, diente danach aber im westlichen Teil des Karolingerreiches als loyaler Gefolgsmann Kaiser Ludwigs des Frommen, dem er während der Aufstände seiner Söhne die Treue hielt. Im Rheinland ist er letztmals 826 erwähnt, als Oberschenk des kaiserlichen Hofes in der Pfalz zu Ingelheim.

Graf von Orléans [Bearbeiten]

Udo war ein Günstling der Kaiserin Judith und gehörte zum Kreis der Grafen um seinen Vetter Bernhard I. von Barcelona. Als die Grafen Matfried I. von Orléans und Hugo von Tours auf einer Reichsversammlung im Februar 828 in Aachen für ihr Versagen beim Aufstand in der spanischen Mark mit dem Verlust ihrer Ämter und Lehen bestraft wurden, erhielt Udo die Grafschaft Orléans. Er heiratete eine Schwester des Seneschalls Adalhard, Ingeltrud, Tochter des Grafen Leuthard von Fézensac aus dem Geschlecht der Matfriede.

Im April 830, noch vor der für den 14. April 830 nach Rennes einberufene Heeresversammlung, erhob sich Pippin I. von Aquitanien gegen seinen Vater Ludwig den Frommen. Er marschierte nach Orléans, wo er Udo vertrieb und dessen Vorgänger Matfried (Matfrid) wieder einsetzte. Auf der Reichsversammlung in Compiègne Ende April oder Anfang Mai 830 (bei der Ludwig seine Frau Judith zu Klosterhaft „begnadigte“ und der Bruder des geflohenen Bernhard von Barcelona, Heribert, auf Lothars I. Befehl geblendet wurde) schickte man den kaisertreuen Udo auf Betreiben der rebellierenden Kaisersöhne Pippin und Lothar nach Italien in die Verbannung.

Mit der Restitution Kaiser Ludwigs im Oktober 830 kehrte auch Odo in seine Stellung als Graf von Orléans zurück. Dabei zog er durch seine Eingriffe in das Kirchengut heftigen Hass auf sich.

Ein von ihm im Juni 834 geführter Heereszug nach Neustrien gegen die Grafen Lambert von Nantes und Matfried von Orléans, Parteigänger des aufständischen Lothar, zu dem der Heerbann der Gebiete zwischen Seine und Loire bis in das obere Burgund aufgeboten worden war, endete mit einer vernichtenden Niederlage. Odos Heer verwüstete das Land und zog siegesgewiss bis zur bretonischen Grenze. Dort wurde es nach einem überraschenden Angriff von Lambert und Matfried in blutigem Kampf geschlagen. Odo selbst fiel, wie auch sein Bruder, Graf Wilhelm von Blois, Graf Wido von Maine, Graf Fulbert und der kaiserliche Kanzler, Abt Theudo (Theoto) von Tours.

Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

Odo und Ingeltrud hatten drei Kinder:

   * Gebhard, Graf im Niederlahngau
   * Wilhelm von Orleans
   * Irmentrud (Irmintrud, Ermentrud) (* 27. Oktober 830, † 6. Oktober 869), heiratete am 13. Dezember 842 Kaiser Karl den Kahlen

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

   * http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/geroldonen/odo_graf_von_orleans_834.html
   * http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/konradiner_aeltere/odo_graf_von_orleans_834.html]
   * http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/konradiner_linie_konrad/konrad_der_aeltere_graf_im_lahngau_906.html

Fußnoten [Bearbeiten]

  1. ↑ Barth, Rüdiger E: Der Herzog in Lotharingien im 10. Jahrhundert, Stuttgart, 1998

Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 8. Juli 2010 um 17:33 Uhr geändert -------------------- Odo I (French: Eudes; also Hodo, Uodo, or Udo in contemporary Latin) (died 834) was the Count of Orléans (comes Aurelianensium) following the final deposition of Matfrid until his own deposition a few years later.

He belonged to the Udalriching family and was a son of Adrian, who had also held the county of Orléans, and possibly of Waldrada, a Nibelungid. Odo first appears as an imperial legate to the Eastern Saxons in 810, when he was captured by the Wilzi. In 811, as count (comes), according to the Annales Fuldenses, he signed a peace treaty with the Vikings.

According to the Vita Hludowici, in 827, he was named to replace the deposed Matfrid in Orléans. Odo, along with Heribert, a relative, possibly his cousin, were exiled in April 830 by Lothair I and Orléans confiscated. Matfrid was reinstated.

In 834, while fighting Matfrid and Lambert I of Nantes, partisans of Lothair, Odo, his brother William, Guy of Maine, and Theodo, abbot of Saint Martin of Tours, were killed.

Odo's wife was Engeltrude or Ingiltrud. Their eldest daughter Ermentrude married Charles the Bald of West Francia. He left a son William who was executed by his own brother-in-law in 866.

Sources

   * Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: Carolingian Nobility — Descendants of Eudes Comte d'Orléans: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANKISH%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc143595860
   * Levillain, L. "Les Nibelungen historiques et leurs alliances de famille." Annales du Midi, 49 (1937) 337-407.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odo_I,_Count_of_Orl%C3%A9ans

-------------------- references: H.M.Decker-Hauff: Einleitung. R.Uhland (Hrsg): 900 Jahre Haus W"urttemberg, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 1984 Z.Ossolinska: Pamietnik. Warszawa 1983

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