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Henry II of Bavaria von Speyer (Graf im Wormsgau), Franconia

Also Known As: "Henry II (Duke) of /FRANCONIA/", "or Heinrich von Speyer", "also called Graf im Wormsgau", "The Saint /Henry/"
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Birthplace: Speyergay, Rhineland, Germany
Death: Died in Germany
Place of Burial: Count of Speyer
Immediate Family:

Son of Otto I (c948 - 1004), Herzog von Kärnten (Carinthia, 978-985, 995-1002) and Judith of Bavaria
Husband of Adelaide - Adelheid d'Alsace
Father of Conrad II The Salian Holy Roman Emperor Hohenstauffen and Judith von Speyer
Brother of Pope Gregory V; Wilhelm Von Bamburg, Bishop Of Bamberg; Konrad I, Duke of Carinthia and Unknown Lorraine
Half brother of Meginhard II Arnulf of von Gilching, count

Occupation: Greve, Conde de Speyer, Comte, de Speyergau, Greve av Speyer, greve i Wormmsgau, Greve av Franken, Greve av Franken. Henrich kalles også Henrich av Worms eller greve i Speiergau., Graf in Wormsgau.
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Henry of Speyer

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Henry of Speyer or Heinrich von Speyer, also called Graf im Wormsgau (965/970 – 989/1000) was the father of the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II.

He was the oldest son of Count Otto von Worms and married Adelaide of Alsace, the sister of the counts of Alsace. She outlived him by many years and died in 1046. Little is known of his life, since he died at around 20.

He was buried in the Worms Cathedral along with his daughter Judith.

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_(Salier)

Heinrich (Salier)

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Greve av Franken.

Henrich kalles også Henrich av Worms eller greve i Speiergau.

Tekst: Tore Nygaard

Kilder:

Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 200. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 91. -------------------- Henry of Speyer or Heinrich von Speyer, also called Graf im Wormsgau (965/970 – 989/1000) was the father of the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II.

He was the oldest son of Count Otto von Worms and married Adelaide of Alsace, the sister of the counts of Alsace. She outlived him by many years and died in 1046. Little is known of his life, since he died at around 20.

He was buried in the Worms Cathedral along with his daughter Judith. -------------------- Henry of Speyer or Heinrich von Speyer, also called Graf im Wormsgau (965/970 – 989/1000) was the father of the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II.

He was the oldest son of Count Otto von Worms and married Adelaide of Alsace, the sister of the counts of Alsace. She outlived him by many years and died in 1046. Little is known of his life, since he died at around 20.

He was buried in Worms Cathedral along with his daughter Judith. His son was Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor.

-------------------- Henry II (May 6, 973[1] – July 13, 1024), called the Holy or the Saint, was the fifth and last Holy Roman Emperor of the Saxon (or Ottonian) dynasty from his coronation in Rome in 1014 until his death a decade later. He was crowned King of Germany in 1002 and King of Italy in 1004. He was the only German king to be canonised.

He was the son of Henry II, Duke of Bavaria. As his father had rebelled against two previous emperors, he was often in exile. This led the younger Henry to turn to the Church at an early age, first finding refuge with Abraham, Bishop of Freising, and later being educated at the cathedral school of Hildesheim. He succeeded his father as Duke of Bavaria in 995 as Henry IV. -------------------- Henry of Speyer or Heinrich von Speyer, also called Graf im Wormsgau (965/970 – 989/1000) was the father of the Holy Roman Emperor Conrad II.

He was the oldest son of Count Otto von Worms and married Adelaide of Alsace, the sister of the counts of Alsace. She outlived him by many years and died in 1046. Little is known of his life, since he died at around 20.

He was buried in the Worms Cathedral along with his daughter Judith.

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Heinrich von Speyer's Timeline

969
969
Speyergay, Rhineland, Germany
986
986
Age 17
Germany
989
May 28, 989
Age 20
Germany
989
Age 20
Count of Speyer
990
990
Age 20
Burgundy, Marne, France
993
993
Age 20
Germany
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Germany - aka Henry the Saint
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