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Nicknames: "of Worms"
Birthplace: Ostenfrankenreich (Present Germany)
Death: Died in Mark Kärnten (Carinthia, within present Austria), Heiliges Römisches Reich (Holy Roman Empire)
Occupation: DUKE OF CORINTHIA, Duc, de Carinthie, Comte, de Wormsgau, Duque de Carintia, Hertig av Kärnten 978-985, Herre av Kärnthen, Duke of Carinthia (worms), candidate for King of H.R. Empire, Hertig av Carinthia, Herzog von Kärnten, Markgraf von Verona
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About Otto von Kärnten (Carinthia), I

Ben M. Angel's summary:

Parents:

  • Konrad "der Rote/Rufus", Herzog von Lotharingen (945-953, killed in the battle of Lechfeld 10 August 955, bur. Worms Cathedral)
  • Liutgard von Sachsen (c931 - 18 Nov. 953, bur. St. Alban near Mainz)

Spouse: Judith (d. 991, bur. Worms Cathedral)

Children:

  • 1. Heinrich (d. 28 September 989/1000, b. Worms Cathedral), Graf im Wormsgau, first husband of Adelheid von Metz (d. 19 May [1039/46], bur. Öhningen Stiftskirche, House of Malfride)
  • 2. Bruno, later Pope Gregory V (3 May 996 - 18 February/12 March 999)
  • 3. Konrad I, Duke of Carinthia (1004 - 12/15 December 1011, bur. Worms Cathedral), husband of Mathilde von Schwaben
  • 4. Wilhelm, Bishop of Strasbourg (1029 - 7 November 1047)

Basic information and justifications:

Birth: c948 (German Wikipedia estimate), could be Lotharingia (Lorraine), Nahegau, or Niddegau. No sources pin down the exact location.

Marriage: Unknown date and place.

Death: 4 November 1004, presumably in Carinthia (though no source ties him to this location).

Burial: Bruchsal, Landkreis Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Occupation: Graf im Nahegau (958); Herzog von Kärnten (978-985, 995-1002); Graf im Speiergau, Graf im Wormsgau, Graf in Elsenzgau, Graf in Kraichgau, Graf im Engpfinzgau, Graf im Ufgau (985-995)

Alternate Names: Otto von Worms, Otto von Kärnten, Otton

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From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy Medlands page on Franconia (covering his family before Carinthia):

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/FRANCONIA.htm#OttoWormsDukeCarinthiadied1004A

KONRAD "der Rote/Rufus" (-killed in battle Lechfeld 10 Aug 955, bur Worms Cathedral[336]).

  • Regino records the succession in 943 of "Chuonradus filius Werinheri" as duke after the death of "Otto dux"[337]. It is assumed that "Werinheri" was the same person as Werner who is named in the 906 charter cited above, but this is not beyond doubt.
  • He was installed as KONRAD Duke of Lotharingia in [945]. Widukind records that "Conrado" was installed as Duke of Lotharingia after the deaths of "Oddone, Lothariorum præside, ac regis nepote Heinrico"[338]. "Otto…rex" donated property to Kloster St Petrus Gorze at the request of "Cuonradi Lodariensis ducis" by charter dated 13 Jul 945[339].
  • Graf im Nahegau: "Otto…rex" donated property "in forasto…Lutara…in pago Nahgouue…in comitatu Cuonradi" to "fideli nostro Franco" at the request of "ducis…Cuonradi" by charter dated 17 Dec 945[340]. "Chuonradus dux Wernharii comitis filius" donated property to the church of Speyer by charter dated 13 Mar 946[341].
  • Graf im Niddagau: "Otto…rex" granted property "in pago Nitehgouue in comitatu Cuonradi ducis" to "nostro villico Vuetti" at the request of "Cuonardi nostri…comitis" by charter dated 14 Feb 947[342]. "Otto…rex" granted property to the church of Cambrai at the request of "germani nostri Brunonis et Cuonradi ducis atque Herimanni ducis" by charter dated 30 Apr 948[343]. "Otto…rex" confirmed the possession of Abtei Süsteren by Kloster Prüm by charter dated 1 Jun 949, signed by "Cuonradus dux, Herimannus dux, Hezzo comes, Godefridus comes, Rudolfus comes, Reginherus comes"[344]. "Otto…rex" granted property confiscated from "Hatto Aladramque fratres…in villis Bechi et Auici situm in pago Ganipi in comitatu Arnulfi" to the church of St Florin, Koblenz at the request of "ducis nostri Cuonradi eius coniugis filiæ nostræ Liutgartæ" by charter dated 22 Nov 949[345].
  • He rebelled against his father-in-law, together with his brother-in-law Liudolf Duke of Swabia, but was ultimately forgiven, although deposed in 953 as Duke of Lotharingia.
  • He was killed fighting the Magyars near Augsburg[346]. The necrology of Fulda records the death "955 Id Aug" of "Cuonrat dux"[347]. The necrology of Lüneburg records the death "10 Aug" of "Conradus dux"[348]. The necrology of St Gall records the death "IV Id Aug" of "Perchtoldi comitis et Chuonradi ducis et Uodalrici ac Thietpoldi comitum aliorumque multorem ab Ungaris occisorum"[349]. "Chuonradus…Romanorum imperator augustus" donated property to the church of Worms naming "filii nostri Heinrici Regis, filie quoque nostre Beatricis" for the souls of "parentum nostrorum defunctorum atavi nostri ducis Chuonradi, avie nostre Iudithe, patris nostri Heinrici, patrui nostri ducis Chuonradi eiusque coniugis Mathildis, sororis etiam nostre Iudithe", all buried at Worms Cathedral, by charter dated 30 Jan 1034[350].

m ([947]) LIUTGARD of Saxony, daughter of OTTO I "dem Großen" King of Germany & his first wife Eadgyth of Wessex ([931]-18 Nov 953, bur St Alban near Mainz).

  • Regino records that in 947 "Chuonradus dux…Liutgardam filiam regis in matrimonium sumpsit"[351]. "Liudolfo et Liutgarde" are named as the two children of King Otto I and his wife Eadgyth[352].
  • Widukind records that "Conrado" Duke of Lotharingia married "unicam filiam [regis]"[353].

Duke Konrad & his wife had one child:

a) OTTO (-4 Nov 1004, bur [Bruchsal]).

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ottonem" as son of "duci Wormatie Conrado", specifying that he was father of "Cono dux et Henricus pater imperatoris Conradi"[354].

Graf im Nahegau.


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(Married life)


OTTO, son of KONRAD Duke [of Lotharingia] & his wife Liutgard of Saxony (-4 Nov 1004, bur [Bruchsal]).

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ottonem" as son of "duci Wormatie Conrado", specifying that he was father of "Cono dux et Henricus pater imperatoris Conradi"[355].

Graf im Nahegau 956: "Otto…rex" granted property "in pago Nahgouue in forasto…Vuasago…in comitatu Ottonis filii Cuonradi ducis" to Worms St Peter by charter dated 8 Mar 956[356].

He was installed as OTTO Duke of Carinthia by Otto II King of Germany in 978 after the trial of Heinrich Duke of Carinthia who had been implicated in the rebellion of Heinrich II "der Zänker" Duke of Bavaria[357].

Duke Otto was deprived of Carinthia in 985 when it was returned to Duke Heinrich I [Liutpoldinger], but allowed to retain the ducal title and granted lands around Worms and Frankfurt[358].

He was restored as Duke of Carinthia from 995 to 1002. Presumably he is the "Duke Otto" who is listed first among those presiding over a court hearing in the presence of Emperor Otto III at Pavia 14 Oct 1001[359].

According to Thietmar, he was proposed as candidate for the imperial throne in 1002 but declined the offer[360].

Thietmar names "Duke Otto of Carinthia and Verona" among those sent by Heinrich II King of Germany to Lombardy after his election to quell unrest[361]. Wipo names "Ottone duce Francorum" when recording the names of his sons[362].

The necrology of Fulda records the death "1003 II Non Nov" of "Otto dux"[363].

m JUDITH, daughter of --- (-991, bur Worms Cathedral).

  • "Chuonradus… Romanorum imperator augustus" donated property to the church of Worms naming "filii nostri Heinrici Regis, filie quoque nostre Beatricis" for the souls of "parentum nostrorum defunctorum atavi nostri ducis Chuonradi, avie nostre Iudithe, patris nostri Heinrici, patrui nostri ducis Chuonradi eiusque coniugis Mathildis, sororis etiam nostre Iudithe", all buried at Worms Cathedral, by charter dated 30 Jan 1034[364]. According to Wegener[365], Judith was the daughter of Heinrich, son of Arnulf Duke of Bavaria [Liutpoldinger], but he cites no primary source to support the suggestion.

Duke Otto & his wife had [four] children:

1. HEINRICH (-28 Sep [989/1000], bur Worms cathedral).

  • Wipo names "Hezil et Chuono…Brunone et Willihelmo" as sons of "Ottone duce Francorum"[366].
  • m as her first husband, ADELHEID, daughter of [RICHARD Graf von Metz or GERHARD Graf von Metz] [Matfride] & his wife --- (-19 May [1039/46], bur Öhningen Stiftskirche). Wipo names "Adalheida ex nobilissima gente Litharingorum oriunda…soror…comitem Gerhardi et Adalberti" as mother of "maioris Chuononis"[367]. She married secondly ---, as suggested by the Vita Meinwerci which names "Gebehardus iuvenis, frater imperatoris" when recording his tonsure at the synod in 1028[368],
  • Gerhard not being named elsewhere as full brother of Emperor Konrad I. "Heinricus…rex" donated property "Lohwilare in pago Bietgowe in comitatu Bezelini comitis…ex avia nostra domina Adelheit iure hereditario suscepimus" to the cathedral of Speyer by charter dated 7 Sep 1046[369].
  • Graf Heinrich & his wife had two children: Emperor Konrad I (b. c990, d. 4 June 1039 Utrecht, b. Speyer Cathedral), and Judith (d. c998, b. before 30 January 1034 in Worms Cathedral)

2. BRUNO (-Rome 18 Feb or 12 Mar 999, bur Rome, St Peter's).

  • Herimannus names "Counradus dux Carentani, filius Ottonis ducis fraterque Brunonis dudum papæ" when recording his death in 1012[372]. Wipo names "Hezil et Chuono…Brunone et Willihelmo" as sons of "Ottone duce Francorum", specifying that Bruno was elected Pope as Gregory[373].
  • Elected Pope GREGORY V 3 May 996.
  • Thietmar records the death in Rome of Pope Gregory on 4 Feb[374].

3. KONRAD (-12 or 15 Dec 1011, bur Worms Cathedral).

  • Herimannus names "Counradus dux Carentani, filius Ottonis ducis fraterque Brunonis dudum papæ" when recording his death in 1012[375]. Wipo names "Hezil et Chuono…Brunone et Willihelmo" as sons of "Ottone duce Francorum"[376].
  • Candidate for the Imperial throne 1002. He was installed as KONRAD I Duke of Carinthia in 1004.
  • The necrology of Fulda records the death "1011 II Id Dec" of "Cuonradus dux"[377].
  • m ([1002]) as her first husband, MATHILDE of Swabia, daughter of HERMANN II Duke of Swabia & his wife Gerberga of Upper Burgundy ([988]-29 Jul [1031/32], bur Worms cathedral). Wipo names "Mahthilda de filia Chuonradi regis Burgundiæ" as mother of "iunioris Chuononis"[378]. Thietmar refers to "Konrad" as son-in-law of Hermann Duke of Swabia, recording that they attacked Strasbourg together after the election of Heinrich II King of Germany[379]. "Chuonradus…Romanorum imperator augustus" donated property to the church of Worms naming "filii nostri Heinrici Regis, filie quoque nostre Beatricis" for the souls of "parentum nostrorum defunctorum atavi nostri ducis Chuonradi, avie nostre Iudithe, patris nostri Heinrici, patrui nostri ducis Chuonradi eiusque coniugis Mathildis, sororis etiam nostre Iudithe", all buried at Worms Cathedral, by charter dated 30 Jan 1034[380]. She married secondly Frédéric II Duke of Upper Lotharingia [Wigeriche]. The primary source which records her second marriage has not so far been identified. However, the Chronicon Sancti Michælis, monasterii in pago Virdunensi names "duabus puellulis Sophia et Beatrice" as daughters of the son of "duce Theodorico", specifying that the empress was their amita and that she adopted them after their father died[381]. The Alberti Milioli Notarii Regini Liber de Temporibus names "comitissam Beatricam…de Gallia…filia comitis Frederic, mater…domina Matilda", but does not give the origin of Mathilde[382]. She married thirdly Esiko Graf im Schwabengau [Askanier-Ballenstedt]. The Annalista Saxo names "Machtildis" sister of Gisela, wife of Emperor Konrad II, and her third husband[383]. She attended the Easter celebrations at Ingelheim in 1030[384]. The Liber Anniversariorum of Einsiedeln records the death in Jul of "Mechthild soror imperatricis Gislæ"[385].
  • Duke Konrad & his wife had [three] children: Konrad "der Jüngere" (b. c1003, d. 20 July 1039, b. Worms Cathedral), Bruno (b. c1004, d. 27 May 1045 Persenbeug, b. Wurzburg Cathedral) Bishop of Wurzburg, and the unknown wife of Hazzelin, Graf im Zulpichgau.

4. WILHELM (-7 Nov 1047).

  • Wipo names "Hezil et Chuono…Brunone et Willihelmo" as sons of "Ottone duce Francorum", specifying that Wilhelm was made "Argentinensis ecclesiæ episcopus"[396].
  • Chaplain of Empress Gisela.
  • He was elected Bishop of Strasbourg in 1029[397]. Jackman speculates that Wilhelm may have been illegitimate[398].

References:

  • [336] Thietmar 2.10, p. 98.
  • [337] Continuator Reginonis Trevirensis 943, MGH SS I, p. 619.
  • [338] Widukindi Res Gestæ Saxonicæ II.33, MGH SS III, p. 447.
  • [339] D O I 70, p. 149.
  • [340] D O I 71, p. 151.
  • [341] Remling, F. X. (ed.) (1852) Urkundenbuch zur Geschichte des Bischöfe zu Speyer (Mainz) (“Speyer Urkundenbuch“) 13, p. 11.
  • [342] D O I 87, p. 169.
  • [343] D O I 100, p. 182.
  • [344] D O I 111, p. 194.
  • [345] D O I 115, p. 197.
  • [346] Thietmar 2.6 to 2.10, pp. 95-8.
  • [347] Annales Necrologici Fuldenses, MGH SS XIII, p. 123.
  • [348] Althoff, G. (ed.) (1983) Die Totenbücher von Merseburg, Magdeburg und Lüneburg (Hannover), Lüneburg.
  • [349] Libri Anniversariorum et Necrologium Monasterii Sancti Galli, Konstanz Necrologies, p. 462.
  • [350] D K II 204, p. 275.
  • [351] Continuator Reginonis Trevirensis 947, MGH SS I, p. 620.
  • [352] Annales Quedlinburgenses 946, MGH SS III, p. 56.
  • [353] Widukindi Res Gestæ Saxonicæ II.33, MGH SS III, p. 447.
  • [354] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1024, MGH SS XXIII, p. 782.
  • [355] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1024, MGH SS XXIII, p. 782.
  • [356] D O I 178, p. 259.
  • [357] Thietmar, p. 132, footnote 22.
  • [358] Reuter (1991), p. 185.
  • [359] D O III 411, p. 844.
  • [360] Thietmar 5.25, p. 222.
  • [361] Thietmar 5.24, p. 222.
  • [362] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [363] Annales Necrologici Fuldenses, MGH SS XIII, p. 123.
  • [364] D K II 204, p. 275.
  • [365] Wegener, W. (1965/67) Genealogischen Tafeln zur mitteleuropäischen Geschichte (Verlag Degener), p. 79.
  • [366] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [367] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [368] Vita Meinwerci Episcopi Paderbornensis 200, MGH SS XI, p. 154, the date "1025" is inserted in the margin.
  • [369] D H III 168, p. 210.
  • [372] Herimanni Augiensis Chronicon 1012, MHG SS V, p. 119.
  • [373] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [374] Thietmar 4.43, p. 182.
  • [375] Herimanni Augiensis Chronicon 1012, MHG SS V, p. 119.
  • [376] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [377] Annales Necrologici Fuldenses, MGH SS XIII, p. 123.
  • [378] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [379] Thietmar 5.12, p. 213.
  • [380] D K II 204, p. 275.
  • [381] Chronicon Sancti Michælis, monasterii in pago Virdunensi 32, MGH SS IV, p. 84.
  • [382] Alberti Miliolo Notarii Regini Liber de Temporibus, De Gestis comitisse Matildis suorumque antecessorum CLXI, MGH SS XXXI, p. 435.
  • [383] Annalista Saxo 1026.
  • [384] Poull, G. (1994) La Maison souveraine et ducale de Bar (Presses Universitaires de Nancy), p. 23.
  • [385] Fragmenta Libri Anniversariorum Einsiedlenses, Konstanz Necrologies, p. 212.
  • [396] Wiponis, Vita Chuonradi II Imperatoris 2, MGH SS XI, p. 258.
  • [397] Grote, H. (1877) Stammtafeln (reprint Leipzig, 1984), p. 485. According to ES I.1 12 Wilhelm was Archbishop of Mainz but he is not mentioned as such in Grote, p. 484.
  • [398] Jackman (1997), p. 86.

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From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy Medlands page on Carinthia (focusing on the succession in Carinthia):

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/CARINTHIA.htm#OttoWormsDukeCarinthiadied1004

DUKES of CARINTHIA (DUKES of FRANCONIA)

OTTO I 978-985, 995-1002, KONRAD I 1004-1011, KONRAD II 1036-1039


1. OTTO von Franken, son of KONRAD "der Rote" Duke of Lotharingia, Graf in Franconia & his wife Liutgard of Germany (-4 Nov 1004, bur [Bruchsal]).

The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "Ottonem" as son of "duci Wormatie Conrado", specifying that he was father of "Cono dux et Henricus pater imperatoris Conradi"[7].

Graf im Nahegau 956.

Graf im Speier-, Worms-, Elsenz-, Kraich-, Engpfinz- und Ufgau.

He was installed as OTTO Duke of Carinthia by Otto II King of Germany in 978 after the trial of Heinrich Duke of Carinthia who had been implicated in the rebellion of Heinrich II "der Zänker" Duke of Bavaria against the king[8].

Duke Otto was deprived of Carinthia in 985 when it was returned to Duke Heinrich I [Liutpoldinger], but allowed to retain the ducal title and granted lands around Worms and Frankfurt[9].

Restored from 995 to 1002.

a) Other children: see FRANCONIA.

b) KONRAD (-12 or 15 Dec 1011, bur Worms cathedral).

  • Herimannus names "Counradus dux Carentani, filius Ottonis ducis fraterque Brunonis dudum papæ" when recording his death in 1012[10].
  • He was candidate for the imperial throne in 1002.
  • He was installed as KONRAD I Duke of Carinthia in 1004.
  • He had one son, Konrad II "der Jungere", Duke of Carinthia (b. c1003, d. 20 July 1039, b. Worms Cathedral

References:

  • [7] Chronica Albrici Monachi Trium Fontium 1024, MGH SS XXIII, p. 782.
  • [8] Thietmar, p. 132, footnote 22.
  • [9] Reuter (1991), p. 185.
  • [10] Herimanni Augiensis Chronicon 1012, MHG SS V, p. 119.
  • [11] Herimanni Augiensis Chronicon 1012, MHG SS V, p. 119.

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Otto son of Konrad

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Otto I, Duke of Carinthia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_I,_Duke_of_Carinthia

Otto (died 4 November 1004), called Otto of Worms, was duke of Carinthia from 978 to 985 and again from 1002 until his death.

The only son of Conrad the Red, Duke of Lotharingia and Luitgarde, daughter of Emperor Otto and Edith. Otto I was appointed duke of Carinthia and margrave of Verona when Henry I, Duke of Carinthia, had unsuccessfully rebelled against the king during the War of the Three Henries and was deposed. In 985 he lost his duchy, but could retain the title of duke as "duke of Worms". After the death of the margrave, Otto received the March of Verona back. In 1002, Otto was a candidate for king of the Holy Roman Empire; but he withdrew and received the Duchy of Carinthia from the newly elected king Henry II, the former duke, in return. He was succeeded as duke by his son, Conrad.

Family

Otto married Judith of Bavaria (died 991). They had the following known children:

  • 1. Henry of Speyer
  • 2. Brun (died 999), ruled as Pope Gregory V
  • 3. Conrad I, Duke of Carinthia (died 1011)
  • 4. William, Bishop of Strasbourg (died 1047)

(No sources cited)

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From the German Wikipedia page on Otto I. (Kärnten):

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_I._(K%C3%A4rnten)

Otto I., Herzog von Kärnten, genannt Otto von Worms (* um 948; † 4. November 1004) war der einzige Sohn des Saliers Konrad des Roten, Herzog von Lothringen, und dessen Frau Liutgard von Sachsen, durch seine Mutter somit ein Enkel des Kaisers Otto I.

Er war Graf im Speyergau, Wormsgau, Elsenzgau, Kraichgau, Enzgau, Pfinzgau und Ufgau, sowie im Jahr 956 Graf im Nahegau. 978 bis 983 und 995 bis 1004 war er Herzog von Kärnten. Im Jahre 995 erhielt er nach dem Tod Heinrichs des Zänkers mit dem Herzogtum Kärnten auch die Mark Verona. Bei der Königswahl des Jahres 1002 war er einer der Kandidaten.

Er gründete im Jahr 977 (oder 987 – Quellen nicht ganz gesichert) das Kloster St. Lambrecht (heute: Lambrecht) am Speyerbach. Otto von Worms wurde vermutlich in Bruchsal beerdigt. Otto war mit Judith von Kärnten († 991) verheiratet, mit der er vier Söhne hatte:

  • 1. Heinrich von Worms († 989/1000), Graf im Wormsgau, ∞ Adelheid († wohl 1039/1046, Schwester der Grafen Adalbert und Gerhard aus der Familie der Matfride
  • 2. Bruno (* 972; † 999), ab 996 Papst Gregor V.
  • 3. Konrad von Kärnten († 1011), Herzog von Kärnten, ∞ um 1002 Mathilde von Schwaben (* wohl 988; † 1031/1032), Tochter des Herzogs Hermann II. aus dem Hause der Konradiner
  • 4. Wilhelm († 1046/1047), ab 1028 oder 1029 Bischof von Straßburg

Literatur

Hubertus Seibert: Otto v. Worms, Herzog v. Kärnten. In: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Band 19, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1999, S. 688 f. -------------------- Otto var hertug av Kärnten og greve i Worms. Han var også greve i Speiergau, Nahegau og Niefgau.

28.04.980 fikk han store kronegods.

Han stiftet klosteret Lambrecht-Grevenhausen i Hardt ved Neustadt.

Otto var gift med Judith som muligens var datter til greve Henrik av Arlon. Pave Gregor V var en av deres sønner

Tekst: Tore Nygaard

Kilder:

Allgemeine deutsche Biographie. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 201. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 91.

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