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Birthplace: Schweinfurth, Unterfranken, Bavaria (~970~980)
Death: Died in Schweinfurt, Bayern, Germany
Occupation: Conde de Schweinfurt e Margrave de Nordgau, Markgraf/Markgreve, Markgreve, Unknown GEDCOM info: Markgreve Unknown GEDCOM info: 0, Count of Bavarian Nordgau 980-1017, Markgreve i Schweinfurt, Markgreve av Nordgau, Margrave de SCHWEINFURT, von Nordgau
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About Heinrich I Markgraf im bayer. Nordgau(Schweinfurt) von Schweinfurt, Markgraf von Schweinfurt

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_von_Schweinfurt

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Hermann II. († 4. Mai 1003) aus der Familie der Konradiner war seit 997 Herzog von Schwaben als Sohn und Nachfolger Konrads I.

Nach dem Tod Kaiser Ottos III. 1002 stellte sich Hermann neben dem Bayernherzog Heinrich, dem Sohn Heinrich des Zänkers zur Wahl (siehe: Königswahl von 1002). Er unterlag seinem Konkurrenten und musste daraufhin dessen Reaktionen ertragen. König Heinrich II. trennte das Elsass von Schwaben ab und übernahm die Regierung des Herzogtums selbst, ein Zustand, der bis zur Jahrhundertmitte faktisch (nicht rechtlich) erhalten blieb.

Ehe und Nachkommen [Bearbeiten]

Hermann II. war seit etwa 986 mit Gerberga von Burgund († 7. Juli 1019), der Tochter des Konrad III. des Friedfertigen (Pacificus), Herzog von Burgund (Welfen), und Witwe von Graf Hermann I. von Werl, verheiratet, mit der er fünf Kinder hatte:

   * Mathilde (* wohl 988; † 29. Juli 1031/1032), begraben im Dom zu Worms
  1. ∞ Konrad I., Herzog von Kärnten († 12. Dezember 1011, vielleicht auch 15. Dezember) (Salier)
  2. ∞ Friedrich II., Herzog von Oberlothringen († 1026) (Wigeriche)
  3. ∞ Esiko, Graf von Ballenstedt, Graf im Schwabengau und im Gau Serimunt († wohl 1059/1060)
   * Gisela († 15. Februar 1043)
  1. ∞ um 1002 Bruno, Graf (von Braunschweig) († 1012/1014)
  2. ∞ um 1014 Ernst I., Herzog von Schwaben († 1015) (Babenberger)
  3. ∞ Konrad II., deutscher Kaiser († 1039) (Salier)
   * Berchtold (* Anfang 992; † Anfang 993), getauft in Einsiedeln 992, begraben in Marchtal
   * (umstritten) Beatrix († 23. Februar nach 1025) ∞ Adalbero von Eppenstein, Herzog von Kärnten (1000 bezeugt, † 28. November 1039), (Eppensteiner)
   * Hermann III. († 1012) 1003, Herzog von Schwaben

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http://www.mittelalter-genealogie.de/konradiner_schwaebische_linie/hermann_2_herzog_von_schwaben_1003.html

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~tatro/gp2820.htm#head2

http://www.jmarcussen.dk/historie/reference/bavaria.html#henry430

Duke of Swabia 997-1004

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Heinrich I von Schweinfurt. Markgreve. Född omkring 950. Död 1017.

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Marriage: Gerberge von Henneberg before 1003

Another name for Henry was Heinrich.

General Notes:

Markgreve av Schweinfurt eller bayersk Nordgau 980 - 1017.

Schweinfurt var familiens hovedborg.

Heinrich ble avsatt i 1003 på grunn av opprør, men ble benådet i 1004 av Heinrich II, og var deretter greve av Nordmark til sin død.

Han er bisatt i familieklosteret i Schweinfurt.

Research Notes:

The dates of his birth and death are also recorded as ca 950 - 08 Sep 1017.

 Noted events in his life were:

• He was a Count of Schweinfurt.

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Heinrich von Schweinfurt (* vor 980; † 18. September 1017) war Markgraf von Schweinfurt.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

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   * 1 Herkunft
   * 2 Königswahl 1002
   * 3 Schweinfurter Fehde
   * 4 Familie und Nachkommen des Heinrich
   * 5 Literatur
   * 6 Weblinks

Herkunft [Bearbeiten]

Heinrich, auch genannt Hezilo, war der Sohn des Markgrafen Berthold, Graf des östlichen Franken, und der Eilika, eine geborene von Walbeck und Gründerin des Benediktinerklosters Schweinfurt. Er wurde 981 Graf an der unteren Naab, 983 Graf an der unteren Altmühl, 994 Markgraf auf dem bayerischen Nordgau und 1002 Graf im Radenzgau.

Königswahl 1002 [Bearbeiten]

Hauptartikel: Königswahl von 1002

Im Jahr 1002 unterstützte Heinrich Herzog Heinrich IV. von Bayern bei der Königswahl gegen den Markgrafen Ekkehard I. von Meißen und Herzog Hermann II. von Schwaben unter der Zusage, die Nachfolge Heinrichs in Bayern antreten zu können.

Schweinfurter Fehde [Bearbeiten]

Hauptartikel: Schweinfurter Fehde

Als der neue König seine Zusage jedoch nicht einlöste, verbündete sich Heinrich von Schweinfurt neben einigen Verwandten in der Schweinfurter Fehde mit Boleslaw Chrobry, dem Herzog von Polen, der sich mit Heinrich II. überworfen hatte, und Brun, dem Bruder des Königs.

Die Grafschaft Schweinfurt gründete sich auf Besitzungen im Nordgau, im Radenzgau und im Volkfeldgau, die durch eine Kette von Burgen gesichert waren. Damit nahm der Markgraf eine wichtige Position im zentralen Reichsgebiet ein.

Die Kampfhandlungen, u. a. überliefert durch den zeitgenössischen Berichterstatter Thietmar von Merseburg, betrafen auch die Burg Creußen. Der Markgraf versuchte vergeblich, sie zu entsetzen. Angesichts des gescheiterten Versuches ergab sich die Burgbesatzung und verhinderte so die völlige Zerstörung der Burg. Im weiteren Verlauf ließ der Markgraf seine eigene Burg Kronach niederbrennen, um deren Einnahme durch die gegnerischen Truppen zu verhindern. Diese nahmen allerdings in Kronach viele Gefangene, darunter auch etliche Polen und auch den Sohn des Grafen Siegfried von Nordheim. Der Markgraf flüchtete zu seinem Verbündeten, dem polnischen Herzog. Zusammen mit Erkanbald, dem Abt von Fulda, sollte der Würzburger Bischof Heinrich den Hauptsitz des Fürsten auf der Burg Schweinfurt in Brand setzen und zerstören. Tatsächlich wurden mit Rücksicht auf die markgräfliche Mutter Eila nur die wehrhaften Bauten der Burg geschleift.

Die verbündeten Adligen wurden im Sommer 1003 geschlagen. Die Herzogswürde in Bayern gab der König an Heinrich von Luxemburg, seinen Schwager, um die Königsmacht in Ostfranken zu stärken. Heinrich von Schweinfurt verlor seine Grafschaften und Reichslehen, wurde nach seiner Gefangenschaft auf Burg Giebichenstein 1004 begnadigt, erhielt aber nur seinen Eigenbesitz zurück. Damit war die Grafschaft Schweinfurt jedoch zerschlagen, und in der Folgezeit entstand in der Region ein Machtvakuum.

1009 und 1011 trat Heinrich von Schweinfurt als Graf an der Pegnitz auf, 1015 als Graf an der oberen Naab. Heinrich starb am 18. September 1017. Er wurde vom Würzburger Bischof Heinrich, dem ersten Bamberger Bischof Eberhard und dem Triester Bischof Richulf (auch Rikulf) an der Nordseite der Kirche der Burg Schweinfurt bestattet.

Familie und Nachkommen des Heinrich [Bearbeiten]

Er heiratete vor 1009 Gerberga († nach 1036), Tochter des Otto von Henneberg (Graf im Grabfeld) oder des Grafen Heribert im Kinziggau (Konradiner). Mit ihr hatte er mindestens drei Kinder:

   * Otto von Schweinfurt, † 28. September 1057, ab 1048 Herzog von Schwaben; ∞ 1036 Irmingard, † 1078 vor 29. April, Tochter des Markgrafen Ulrich Manfred von Turin und Berta degli Obertenghi, die in zweiter Ehe 1058 Graf Ekbert I. von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen († 11. Januar 1068) (Brunonen) heiratete
   * Eilika, † 10. Dezember nach 1055-1056, ∞ Bernhard II. Herzog in Sachsen, † 29. Juni 1059 (Billunger)
   * Judith, † 2. August 1058; ∞ I nach 1021 Břetislav I. Herzog von Böhmen, † 10. Januar 1055 (Przemysliden); ∞ II April 1055 Peter König von Ungarn, † 30. August 1059 (Arpaden)
   * Burchard, Bischof von Halberstadt

Vermutlich hatte er einen weiteren Sohn, Heinrich, der 1021-1043 als Graf an der Pegnitz und 1043 als Graf an der oberen Naab bezeugt ist, und von dem wiederum angenommen wird, dass er der Stammvater der Grafen von Lechsgemünd, Horburg und Graisbach ist.

Literatur [Bearbeiten]

   * Peter Kolb, Ernst-Günther Krenig (Hrsg.): Unterfränkische Geschichte. Band 1: Von der germanischen Landnahme bis zum hohen Mittelalter. Echter, Würzburg 1989, ISBN 3-429-01263-5, S. 221–223.

Weblinks [Bearbeiten]

   * Heinrich von Schweinfurt bei mittelalter-genealogie

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Henry of Schweinfurt (de Suinvorde; c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980. He was appointed marchio, like his father, of the Bavarian Nordgau in 994. In 1003, he revolted against Henry II of Germany claiming that he had been promised the Duchy of Bavaria in return for his support. The king said that the Bavarians had a right to elect their own duke. Henry allied with Boleslaus I of Poland and Boleslaus III of Bohemia. Nevertheless, his rebellion was quashed and he himself was briefly captive. The king established the Diocese of Bamberg to prevent any further uprisings in the region. The new diocese took over the secular authority of the margrave in the region of the Bavarian Nordgau.

Finally, it was only the joint persuasion of both his saecular and ecclesiastical overlords, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, and Tagino, Archbishop of Magdeburg, that reconciled him to Henry in 1004. Henry of Schweinfurt did subsequently gain new and old countships before his death in 1017. He was buried at Schweinfurt.

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Henry of Schweinfurt (de Suinvorde; c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980. He was appointed marchio, like his father, of the Bavarian Nordgau in 994. In 1003, he revolted against Henry II of Germany claiming that he had been promised the Duchy of Bavaria in return for his support. The king said that the Bavarians had a right to elect their own duke. Henry allied with Boleslaus I of Poland and Boleslaus III of Bohemia. Nevertheless, his rebellion was quashed and he himself was briefly captive. The king established the Diocese of Bamberg to prevent any further uprisings in the region. The new diocese took over the secular authority of the margrave in the region of the Bavarian Nordgau.

Finally, it was only the joint persuasion of both his saecular and ecclesiastical overlords, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, and Tagino, Archbishop of Magdeburg, that reconciled him to Henry in 1004. Henry of Schweinfurt did subsequently gain new and old countships before his death in 1017. He was buried at Schweinfurt. -------------------- Henry of Schweinfurt ( c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980. He was appointed marchio, like his father, of the Bavarian Nordgau in 994. In 1003, he revolted against Henry II of Germany claiming that he had been promised the Duchy of Bavaria in return for his support. The king said that the Bavarians had a right to elect their own duke. Henry allied with Boleslaus I of Poland and Boleslaus III of Bohemia. Nevertheless, his rebellion was quashed and he himself was briefly captive. The king established the Diocese of Bamberg to prevent any further uprisings in the region. The new diocese took over the secular authority of the margrave in the region of the Bavarian Nordgau.

Finally, it was only the joint persuasion of both his saecular and ecclesiastical overlords, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, and Tagino, Archbishop of Magdeburg, that reconciled him to Henry in 1004. Henry of Schweinfurt did subsequently gain new and old countships before his death in 1017. He was buried at Schweinfurt.

Henry married a woman named Gerberga, the daughter of an Otto whose identity is disputed. They had three sons and two daughters:

Otto, who later became Duke of Swabia

Eilika or Eilica, married Bernard II, Duke of Saxony

Judith of Schweinfurt (died 2 August 1058), married Bretislaus I of Bohemia

Burchard II, Bishop of Halberstadt, chancellor of the Emperor Conrad II

Henry, a count in the Nordgau -------------------- Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_of_Schweinfurt

Henry of Schweinfurt (de Suinvorde; c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980. He was appointed marchio, like his father, of the Bavarian Nordgau in 994. In 1003, he revolted against Henry II of Germany claiming that he had been promised the Duchy of Bavaria in return for his support. The king said that the Bavarians had a right to elect their own duke. Henry allied with Boleslaus I of Poland and Boleslaus III of Bohemia. Nevertheless, his rebellion was quashed and he himself was briefly captive. The king established the Diocese of Bamberg to prevent any further uprisings in the region. The new diocese took over the secular authority of the margrave in the region of the Bavarian Nordgau.

Finally, it was only the joint persuasion of both his saecular and ecclesiastical overlords, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, and Tagino, Archbishop of Magdeburg, that reconciled him to Henry in 1004. Henry of Schweinfurt did subsequently gain new and old countships before his death in 1017. He was buried at Schweinfurt.

[edit] Family Henry married a woman named Gerberga, the daughter of an Otto whose identity is disputed. They had three sons and two daughters:

Otto, who later became Duke of Swabia Eilika or Eilica, married Bernard II, Duke of Saxony Judith of Schweinfurt (died 2 August 1058), married Bretislaus I of Bohemia Burchard II, Bishop of Halberstadt, chancellor of the Emperor Conrad II Henry, a count in the Nordgau

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_of_Schweinfurt

Henry of Schweinfurt (de Suinvorde; c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Family

Henry married a woman named Gerberga, the daughter of an Otto whose identity is disputed. They had three sons and two daughters:

  • Otto, who later became Duke of Swabia
  • Eilika or Eilica, married Bernard II, Duke of Saxony
  • Judith of Schweinfurt (died 2 August 1058), married Bretislaus I of Bohemia
  • Burchard II, Bishop of Halberstadt, chancellor of the Emperor Conrad II
  • Henry, a count in the Nordgau

-------------------- Henry of Schweinfurt ( c. 970 – 18 September 1017) was the Margrave of the Nordgau from 994 until 1004. He was called the "glory of eastern Franconia" by his own cousin, the chronicler Thietmar of Merseburg.

Henry was the son of Berthold and Eilika (Eiliswintha or Eila) of Walbeck. His father's parentage is not known with certainty, but he may have been a son of Arnulf, Duke of Bavaria. He was Bavarian, whoever his grandfather.

Henry held a succession of countships after his father's death in 980. He was appointed marchio, like his father, of the Bavarian Nordgau in 994. In 1003, he revolted against Henry II of Germany claiming that he had been promised the Duchy of Bavaria in return for his support. The king said that the Bavarians had a right to elect their own duke. Henry allied with Boleslaus I of Poland and Boleslaus III of Bohemia. Nevertheless, his rebellion was quashed and he himself was briefly captive. The king established the Diocese of Bamberg to prevent any further uprisings in the region. The new diocese took over the secular authority of the margrave in the region of the Bavarian Nordgau.

Finally, it was only the joint persuasion of both his saecular and ecclesiastical overlords, Bernard I, Duke of Saxony, and Tagino, Archbishop of Magdeburg, that reconciled him to Henry in 1004. Henry of Schweinfurt did subsequently gain new and old countships before his death in 1017. He was buried at Schweinfurt.

Henry married a woman named Gerberga, the daughter of an Otto whose identity is disputed. They had three sons and two daughters:

Otto, who later became Duke of Swabia

Eilika or Eilica, married Bernard II, Duke of Saxony

Judith of Schweinfurt (died 2 August 1058), married Bretislaus I of Bohemia

Burchard II, Bishop of Halberstadt, chancellor of the Emperor Conrad II

Henry, a count in the Nordgau -------------------- http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_von_Schweinfurt

Heinrich von Schweinfurt

Heinrich von Schweinfurt (* vor 980; † 18. September 1017) war Markgraf von Schweinfurt.

Herkunft


Heinrich, auch genannt Hezilo, war der Sohn des Markgrafen Berthold, Graf des östlichen Frankens, und der Eilika, eine geborene von Walbeck und Gründerin des Benediktinerklosters Schweinfurt. Er wurde 981 Graf an der unteren Naab, 983 Graf an der unteren Altmühl, 994 Markgraf auf dem bayerischen Nordgau und 1002 Graf im Radenzgau.

Familie und Nachkommen des Heinrich [Bearbeiten]

  • Er heiratete vor 1009 Gerberga († nach 1036), Tochter des Otto von Henneberg (Graf im Grabfeld) oder des Grafen Heribert im Kinziggau (Konradiner). Mit ihr hatte er mindestens drei Kinder:
  1. Otto von Schweinfurt, † 28. September 1057, ab 1048 Herzog von Schwaben;
  • ∞ 1036 Irmingard, † 1078 vor 29. April, Tochter des Markgrafen Ulrich Manfred von Turin und Berta degli Obertenghi, die in zweiter Ehe 1058 Graf Ekbert I. von Braunschweig, Markgraf von Meißen († 11. Januar 1068) (Brunonen) heiratete Eilika, † 10. Dezember nach 1055-1056, ∞ Bernhard II. Herzog in Sachsen, † 29. Juni 1059 (Billunger)
  1. Judith, † 2. August 1058; ∞ I nach 1021 Břetislav I. Herzog von Böhmen, † 10. Januar 1055 (Przemysliden); ∞ II April 1055 Peter König von Ungarn, † 30. August 1059 (Arpaden)
  2. Burchard, Bischof von Halberstadt
  • Vermutlich hatte er einen weiteren Sohn, Heinrich, der 1021-1043 als Graf an der Pegnitz und 1043 als Graf an der oberen Naab bezeugt ist, und von dem wiederum angenommen wird, dass er der Stammvater der Grafen von Lechsgemünd, Horburg und Graisbach ist.

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_of_Schweinfurt -------------------- Count of Bavarian Nordgau 980-1017 -------------------- http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_von_Schweinfurt

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Schweinfurt, Bayern, Germany
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Schweinfurt, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany
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Kelheim, Kelsgau (Present Landkreis Kelheim), Herzogtum Alamannia (Present Bayern), Heiliges Römisches Reich (Present Germany)
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