Giselbert I de Luxembourg, comte de Longwy, de Salm et de Luxembourg (c.1005 - 1059) MP

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Nicknames: "Giselbert de LUXEMBURG", "Count of Luxemburg", "Giselbert comte de Salm de Longich et de Luxemburg"
Birthplace: Chateau DE Salm, Luxembourg, Belgium
Death: Died in Luxembourg, Bellgium
Occupation: Graaf van Luxemburg en Longwy, Comte de Luxemburg & Longwy, Conde de Salm, Longwy e Luxemburgo, Greve i Longwy, Salm och Luxenburg, Comte, de Salm, de Luxembourg, 1019, de Longwy, Abt 1007 - 14 Aug 1059, Count of Salm and Luxemburg
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About Giselbert I de Luxembourg, comte de Longwy, de Salm et de Luxembourg

Giselbert of Luxembourg (c.1007 - 14 August 1059) was count of Salm and of Longwy, then count of Luxembourg from 1047 to 1059. He was the son of Frederick of Luxembourg, count of Moselgau, and perhaps of Ermentrude of Gleiberg.

At first count of Salm and of Longwy, on his brother Henry II's death he inherited the county of Luxembourg, as well as providing the income for the abbeys of Saint-Maximin in Trier and Saint-Willibrod in Echternach. He got into an argument with the archbishop of Trier Poppon as to the abbaye Saint-Maximin, which was arbitrated by his brother Adalbéron III, bishop of Metz.

In 1050, since the population of the town of Luxembourg had risen considerably, he expanded the city by rebuilding a new fortified wall around it.

By an unknown wife, he had :

Conrad I (1040 † 1086), count of Luxembourg

Hermann I († 1088), count of Salm, founder of the House of Salm

daughter, married Thierry of Amensleben

daughter, married at Kuno, count of Oltingen

Adalbéron († 1097 at Antioch), canon at Metz

Jutta, married Udo of Limbourg

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Giselbert of Luxembourg (c.1007 - 14 August 1059) was count of Salm and of Longwy, then count of Luxembourg from 1047 to 1059. He was the son of Frederick of Luxembourg, count of Moselgau, and perhaps of Ermentrude of Gleiberg.

At first count of Salm and of Longwy, on his brother Henry II's death he inherited the county of Luxembourg, as well as providing the income for the abbeys of Saint-Maximin in Trier and Saint-Willibrod in Echternach. He got into an argument with the archbishop of Trier Poppon as to the abbaye Saint-Maximin, which was arbitrated by his brother Adalbéron III, bishop of Metz.

In 1050, since the population of the town of Luxembourg had risen considerably, he expanded the city by rebuilding a new fortified wall around it.

By an unknown wife, he had :

Conrad I (1040 † 1086), count of Luxembourg

Hermann I († 1088), count of Salm, founder of the House of Salm

daughter, married Thierry of Amensleben

daughter, married at Kuno, count of Oltingen

Adalbéron († 1097 at Antioch), canon at Metz

Jutta, married Udo of Limbourg -------------------- Giselbert of Luxembourg (c. 1007 – 14 August 1059) was count of Salm and of Longwy, then count of Luxembourg from 1047 to 1059. He was the son of Frederick of Luxembourg, count of Moselgau, and perhaps of Ermentrude of Gleiberg.

At first count of Salm and of Longwy, on his brother Henry II's death he inherited the county of Luxembourg, as well as providing the income for the abbeys of Saint-Maximin in Trier and Saint-Willibrod in Echternach. He got into an argument with the archbishop of Trier Poppon as to the abbaye Saint-Maximin, which was arbitrated by his brother Adalbéron III, bishop of Metz.

In 1050, since the population of the town of Luxembourg had risen considerably, he expanded the city by rebuilding a new fortified wall around it.

By an unknown wife, he had :

Conrad I (1040 † 1086), count of Luxembourg

Hermann I († 1088), count of Salm, founder of the House of Salm

daughter, married Thierry of Amensleben

daughter, married at Kuno, count of Oltingen

Adalbéron († 1097 at Antioch), canon at Metz

Jutta, married Udo of Limbourg

Preceded by

Henry II count of Luxembourg

1047-1059 Succeeded by

Conrad I

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Categories: 1007 births | 1059 deaths | Counts of Luxembourg | Counts of Salm -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giselbert_of_Luxembourg -------------------- Persoonlijke gegevens Giselbert von Luxemburg

Geboren in um 1005.

Gedoopt.

Geloof: r.K.

Overleden in ?? oktober ????.

14.08.

Beroep: Gf. v. Luxemburg.

Gezin Giselbert von Luxemburg

Relatie met N von Lothringen.

Kind(eren):

N von Luxemburg 1034-????

Konrad I. von Luxemburg 1036-1086

N von Luxemburg 1038-????

Hermann I. von Salm 1040-1088

Adalbert von Luxemburg 1042-1097

Notities bij Giselbert von Luxemburg

Gf. v. Luxemburg 1047, 1036 Gf. v. Salm und Longich, Vogt v. St. Maximin zu Trier u. v. Echternach

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Giselbert of Luxembourg, Count of Salm & Longwy, Count of Luxembourg's Timeline

1005
1005
Chateau DE Salm, Luxembourg, Belgium
1019
1019
Age 14
Trier, Rhineland, Germany
1037
1037
Age 32
ca. 1035
1040
1040
Age 35
France
1041
1041
Age 36
France
1043
1043
Age 38
France
1044
1044
Age 39
Luxembourg
1044
Age 39
France
1046
1046
Age 41
France
1047
1047
Age 42
France