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Liutgard de Luxembourg, Gravin van Holland

Also Known As: "Liutgard", "Luitgarde", "Luitgard", "Liutgarde", "Lutgarde", "Luitgardis", "Luxemburg", "Luxembourg", "Lutgard", "Lutgardis", "Holland", "Liutgardis; Liutgarde"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Brussel, Belgium
Death: Died in Egmond Binnen, Noord Holland, Netherlands
Place of Burial: Egmond aan den Hoef, Bergen (NH), North Holland, The Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Siegfried I, comte de Luxembourg and Hedwig of Nordgau
Wife of Arnulf "Gandensis" van Holland
Mother of Dirk III, count of Westfriesland; Adelina of Holland; Gertrude of Holland and Sivaert (Sicco) van Holland
Sister of Giselbert de Luxembourg, comte de Longwy; Heinrich V, Herzog von Bayern; Siegfried I, count of Northeim; Frederick, count of Moselgau; Cunigunde de Luxembourg, Kaiserin des Heiligen Römischen Reiches and 4 others

Occupation: Gravin van Luxemburg, de Bidgau, Countess
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About Lutgardis of Luxembourg

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Lutgardis of Luxembourg, also known as Liutgardis, Liutgarde and Lutgard, (955 - c 1003 or possibly later) was a daughter of Siegfried of Luxembourg and Hedwig of Nordgau. Her sister was Cunigunde of Luxembourg. She married Arnulf, Count of Holland. They had three children:

   * Dirk III of Holland, for whom she acted as regent from 933 to 1005
   * Siegfried of Holland (985-1030), married Thetburga (985-)
   * Adelina of Holland

As the sister-in-law of Emperor Henry II, she enjoyed considerable influence. With his help she managed to maintain the county for her son Dirk III, acting as regent.

On 20 September 993, Liutgard donated her properties at Rugge to Saint Peter's abbey of Ghent for the soul of her husband.[1] According to Thietmar's Chronicle, possibly in June 1005, she made peace with the West-Frisians through mediation by Emperor Henry.[2]

The date of Lutgardis' death is not clear in view of conflicting sources including Annales Egmundani. It may well have been in 1005 or even later. She was buried in Egmont.[3]References

  1. ^ Hollard & Frisia project from Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. Retrieved 3 February 2009.
  2. ^ Thietmar 6.19 (in Latin). Retrieved 3 February 2009.
  3. ^ Luxembourg from Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. Retrieved 3 February 2009.

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Lutgardis of Luxembourg, also known as Liutgardis, Liutgarde and Lutgard, (955 - c 1003 or possibly later) was a daughter of Siegfried of Luxembourg and Hedwig of Nordgau. Her sister was Cunigunde of Luxembourg. She married Arnulf, Count of Holland. They had three children:

Dirk III of Holland, for whom she acted as regent from 933 to 1005

Siegfried of Holland (985-1030), married Thetburga (985-)

Adelina of Holland

As the sister-in-law of Emperor Henry II, she enjoyed considerable influence. With his help she managed to maintain the county for her son Dirk III, acting as regent.

On 20 September 993, Liutgard donated her properties at Rugge to Saint Peter's abbey of Ghent for the soul of her husband.[1] According to Thietmar's Chronicle, possibly in June 1005, she made peace with the West-Frisians through mediation by Emperor Henry.[2]

The date of Lutgardis' death is not clear in view of conflicting sources including Annales Egmundani. It may well have been in 1005 or even later. She was buried in Egmont.[3]

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lutgardis_of_Luxemburg -------------------- Lutgardis of Luxembourg, also known as Liutgardis, Liutgarde and Lutgard, (955 - c 1003 or possibly later) was a daughter of Siegfried of Luxembourg and Hedwig of Nordgau. Her sister was Cunigunde of Luxembourg. She married Arnulf, Count of Holland. They had three children:

   * Dirk III of Holland, for whom she acted as regent from 933 to 1005
   * Siegfried of Holland (985-1030), married Thetburga (985-)
   * Adelina of Holland

As the sister-in-law of Emperor Henry II, she enjoyed considerable influence. With his help she managed to maintain the county for her son Dirk III, acting as regent.

On 20 September 993, Liutgard donated her properties at Rugge to Saint Peter's abbey of Ghent for the soul of her husband. According to Thietmar's Chronicle, possibly in June 1005, she made peace with the West-Frisians through mediation by Emperor Henry.

The date of Lutgardis' death is not clear in view of conflicting sources including Annales Egmundani. It may well have been in 1005 or even later. She was buried in Egmont. -------------------- Name De Luxembourg Name Lietgarde De Clèves Name Lietgarde De Clèves Name Luitgard Kaijzar Van Grieten Name Luitgarde Von Luxembourg

Children

1. Adalbert De Gand, b. 1004, of Ghent, Flanders, Belgium , d. 1032, , , , Belgium (28 years)

	2. Heer Sijmon Van Teijlingen,  b. Abt 0995, , Zuid Holland, Netherlands , 

3. Hildeburge De Beaumont, b. 0995, Alencon, Eure, Bell, France , d. Abt 1067 (~ 71 years)

	4. Gertrude De Gand,  b. 1006, of Ghent, Flanders, Belgium , 

5. Thierry IV De Frisia, count de Frisia, b. Abt 0986, of Jerusalem, Palestine , d. 27 Dec 1039 (~ 53 years)

	6. Sifrid Van Brederode,  b. Abt 0994, of Santpoort, Slot Brederode, Noord-Holland, Nederland ,  d. 6 Jun 1030   (~ 36 years)

7. Count Dirk III De Holland, count de Holland, b. 0985, of Gand, Flandre, Orientale, Belgium , d. 27 May 1039, , , Netherlands (~ 53 years) 8. Adeline De Boulogne, heiress de Boulogne, countess of Holland & Ghent, b. Abt 0980, Boulogne, Artois, France , d. 20 Nov 1052 (~ 72 years)

-------------------- Rond het jaar 1000 Een fabel De jonge vrouw Tedburgha van Staveren uit Castricum ontmoet rond het jaar 1000 bij het toen nog houten kasteel Brederode de man van haar dromen: Sivaert, de tweede zoon van de machtige graaf Arnoud van Holland. Sivaert wordt de eerste heer van het huis Brederode en stamvader van de Van Brederode's. Maar dit gebeurt niet zonder slag of stoot. Tedburgha is van een lagere stand dan de zonen van de graaf en zij krijgen ruzie over het voorgenomen huwelijk. Uiteindelijk mogen Sivaert en Tedburgha toch trouwen. Zij gaan wonen in het kasteel waar ze elkaar voor het eerst hebben gezien: en waarvan nu alleen nog de ruïne over is. De verwoeste zuid-oosttoren van het kasteel Brederode staat vandaag de dag nog bekend als de Tetburgatoren. Op de voorgrond het restand van de Tetburgiatoren Volgens deze zogeheten Sivaert Brederode-legende stamt de familie Van Brederode rechtstreeks af van de graven van Holland. Een Van Brederode stelt een - naar later blijkt - onjuiste stamboom op in een poging te bewijzen dat zijn voorvaderen graven van Holland zijn. Sivaert (de Friezen noemden hem Sicco) sterft in 1033. Hij laat twee zonen na, Diederik en Simon.

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Lutgardis of Luxembourg's Timeline

963
963
Brussel, Belgium
980
5, 980
Age 17
Gand,Flanders,,Belgium
980
Age 17
Gent, East Flanders, Flanders, Belgium
983
983
Age 20
Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Vlaams Gewest, Belgie
990
990
Age 27
Ghent, Vlaams Gewest, Belgium
992
992
Age 29
Ghent, Flanders
1005
May 13, 1005
Age 42
Egmond Binnen, Noord Holland, Netherlands
May 13, 1005
Age 42
Egmond aan den Hoef, Bergen (NH), North Holland, The Netherlands
1959
November 17, 1959
Age 42
November 17, 1959
Age 42