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Adelhard von Burc, abbé de Cysoing

  • Son of Eberhard, duca della marcia del Friuli and Giséle of Cysoing
  • Adalhard von Burc († after July 1, 874 ) was a later lay abbot from Cysoing .
  • Adelardo received Cysoing in his father's will. Last 1 VII.874, d'Achery, Spicil 2, 878.
  • Adalhard received the Dutch possessions and those in the Baar in 866 and became the owner of the Cyosoing abbey.
  • As a young man, Adelardo became abbot of Cysoing (abbey of Sainte-Calixte, built by his father, Eberardo ) and later became abbot of San Quintino.
  • IV. 28 : The date of the document in which Adalhard is last mentioned is accidentally given by B. on the board as 874 VIII 1, in the note correctly as 874 VII 1 (= Coussemaker 10, no. 5).

Adelardo and his wife, Swanaburc, had issue

  • Berengar Count of Hattenhuntare, Born: 26 MAY 855 & Died in 892. Married Friderun
  • Eberhard Graf in Sülichgau Adalhard and Swanaburc are the parents of Eberhard (* 856, † n. 889), 888 as count in Sülichgau (also Sülchgau ) attested. Eberhard was married to Gisela von Verona. She was the daughter of Waltbert von Verona and Gisela von Friuli , daughter of Unruoch III. of Friuli and niece of Adalhard of Friuli. Gisela von Verona was married to Eberhard II von Franken for the second time and was robbed of her inheritance in 911.
  • Rudolf
  • Adalhard
  • Ernest

Project MedLands, NORTHERN ITALY

Duke Eberhard & his wife GISELA, daughter of Emperor LOUIS I "der Fromme/le Pieux" & his second wife Judith [Welf] had children:

6. ADALHARD (-after 1 Jul [874]). The Historia Ecclesiæ Cisoniensis records the testament of “Evrardus comes cum coniuge mea Gisla”, which bequeathes property “in Cisonio et Cansinium” to “tertius Adalardus”[294]. Abbot of Cysoing. "Gisle" granted "le fisc de Somain en Ostrevant" to "filii…Adelarde" by charter dated 14 Apr 869, which names "rex Karolus meus…germanus…senioris mei dulcis memorie Evrardi…tres infantes meos Rodulfum…et Berengarium…et…Adelarde"[295]. The Historia Ecclesiæ Cisoniensis records that “Gisla” donated property to Cysoing abbey by charter dated “Kal Jul anno XXXV regnante Carolo Rege”, naming “filii mei Unroch…filiorum meorum Adalardo atque Rodulfo”[296]. "Gisle" donated property to Cysoing for the anniversaries of "Ludovico imperatore patre meo et…Judith imperatrice matre mea et…rege Karolo…germano et…prole mea…Hengeltrude, Hunroc, Berengario, Adelardo, Rodulpho, Hellwich, Gilla, Judith" by charter dated to [874][297].

Adalhard "von Burc" lay abbot from Cysoing

H lawitschka Eduard: Page 163

"The beginnings of the House of Habsburg-Lothringen. Genealogical studies of the history of Lorraine and the empire in the 9th, 10th and 11th centuries . "

If you answer in the affirmative - as far as I can see, it has not yet received any contradiction [ 53 Without contradiction also KF Werner, investigations for the early days of the French principality I, in: Welt als Geschichte 18 (1958) page 275 note 91. Against the older Interpretation by C. v. Kalckstein, in the unnamed abbot the abbot Rudolf von St. Vaast can be seen and this as the son of the UNRUOCHINGER Adalhard (son of Eberhard of Friuli), see already P. Hirsch, The Survey of Berengars I. (1910) page 75, note 3. This older view has only recently been included in the sheet music of the edition of the Annales Vedastini, which R. Rau provided; Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gedächtnisausgabe VI, Sources for the Carolingian Empire History II (1958) page 295 note 2.] - a testimony for the derivation of Adalhard II from the famous Seneschal Adalhard has been found.

13 March 2020: English translation (google) of below)

In: Sources on Carolingian Imperial History, Volume VI. The year 879. In the year of Lord 879, Count Balduin, whose surname was Good, died and was buried in Sithdiu Monastery. King Hludewich also fell into serious illness, and on Holy Friday, in his 33rd year, in the twelfth indiction, he decided his life and was buried in the Church of the Blessed Mother of God, Mary, who his father had royal splendor in his Palatinate Compendium had had it built. After his death, however, a sad and perishable two-way gap emerged among the Franks. Abbot Hugo, remembering the allegiance which he had sworn to King Hludowich, his cousin, wanted to put his sons, Hludowich and Karlmann, in the paternal realm as kings with his like-minded people; Abbot Gozlin and Count Chuonrad and many others, these like-minded people, called King Hludowich into the kingdom. While these were in conflict with each other, the Nortmanns, who live across the sea, because they had been informed of this disagreement, sailed across the sea in enormous quantities on their ships and devastated with fire and sword around the middle of July, without resistance to find the city of Morin, Tarvenna. And when they saw how well they had got off to a good start, they ravaged the whole country of Menapier with fire and sword. Then they invaded the Scaldus River and destroyed the whole Bracbansian land by fire and sword. But by raising arms against her, Hugo, the son of Hlothar, he carelessly did little to increase her presumption; for he did not accomplish anything happy or useful, but rather fledgedly fled away after most of his comrades had been killed and captured. The abbot, Adahard's son, was among the prisoners.

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  • 836 – nach 874 - Jϋngerer Sohn des Markgrafen Eberhard von Friaul aus dem Hause der UNRUOCHINGER und der Gisela, Tochter von Kaiser LUDWIG I. DER FOMME.
  • Brandenburg Erich: Tafel 1 Seite 2.
  • “Die Nachkommen Karls des Groβen.”
  • Thiele, Andreas: Tafel 391
  • “Erzählende genealogische Stammtafeln zur europäischen Geschichte Band II, Teilband 2 Europäische Kaiser-, Könings- und Fürstenhäuser II Nord-, Ost- und Südeuropa”.
  • Hlawitschka Eduard: Seite 163
  • Jahrbücher von St. Vaast: Seite 295
  • Theuws, Frans (2000). Rituals of Power: From Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages,503 pages/page 225,Christina La Rocca and Luigi Provero, THE DEAD AND THEIR GIFTS: THE WILL OF EBERHARD, COUNT OF FRIULI, AND HIS WIFE GISELA, DAUGHTER OF LOUIS THE PIOUS. Brill.
  • Morby, John (1989). Dynasties of the World: a chronological and genealogical handbook. Oxford University Press.
  • Louda, Jirí; MacLagan, Michael (1999). Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition. Little, Brown and Company.


            

Über Adelhard von Burc, abbé de Cysoing (Deutsch)

6. ADALHARD (-after 1 Jul [874]). The Historia Ecclesiæ Cisoniensis records the testament of “Evrardus comes cum coniuge mea Gisla”, which bequeathes property “in Cisonio et Cansinium” to “tertius Adalardus”[294]. Abbot of Cysoing. "Gisle" granted "le fisc de Somain en Ostrevant" to "filii…Adelarde" by charter dated 14 Apr 869, which names "rex Karolus meus…germanus…senioris mei dulcis memorie Evrardi…tres infantes meos Rodulfum…et Berengarium…et…Adelarde"[295]. The Historia Ecclesiæ Cisoniensis records that “Gisla” donated property to Cysoing abbey by charter dated “Kal Jul anno XXXV regnante Carolo Rege”, naming “filii mei Unroch…filiorum meorum Adalardo atque Rodulfo”[296]. "Gisle" donated property to Cysoing for the anniversaries of "Ludovico imperatore patre meo et…Judith imperatrice matre mea et…rege Karolo…germano et…prole mea…Hengeltrude, Hunroc, Berengario, Adelardo, Rodulpho, Hellwich, Gilla, Judith" by charter dated to [874][297].


Older data

Adelardo van Sison, abbé de Cysoing

  • Son of Eberhard, duca della marcia del Friuli and Giséle of Cysoing
  • Adelardo received Cysoing in his father's will. Last 1 VII.874, d'Achery, Spicil 2, 878.
  • Adalhard received the Dutch possessions and those in the Baar in 866 and became the owner of the Cyosoing abbey.
  • As a young man, Adelardo became abbot of Cysoing (abbey of Sainte-Calixte, built by his father, Eberardo ) and later became abbot of San Quintino.

Adelardo would have had a wife, Swanaburc, who bore him three children

  • Eberardo, ( 865 - 888 )
  • Unroch, ( 867 - 920 )
  • Berengario, ( 869 - 888 )

13 March 2020: English translation (google) of below): In: Sources on Carolingian Imperial History, Volume VI. The year 879. In the year of Lord 879, Count Balduin, whose surname was Good, died and was buried in Sithdiu Monastery. King Hludewich also fell into serious illness, and on Holy Friday, in his 33rd year, in the twelfth indiction, he decided his life and was buried in the Church of the Blessed Mother of God, Mary, who his father had royal splendor in his Palatinate Compendium had had it built. After his death, however, a sad and perishable two-way gap emerged among the Franks. Abbot Hugo, remembering the allegiance which he had sworn to King Hludowich, his cousin, wanted to put his sons, Hludowich and Karlmann, in the paternal realm as kings with his like-minded people; Abbot Gozlin and Count Chuonrad and many others, these like-minded people, called King Hludowich into the kingdom. While these were in conflict with each other, the Nortmanns, who live across the sea, because they had been informed of this disagreement, sailed across the sea in enormous quantities on their ships and devastated with fire and sword around the middle of July, without resistance to find the city of Morin, Tarvenna. And when they saw how well they had got off to a good start, they ravaged the whole country of Menapier with fire and sword. Then they invaded the Scaldus River and destroyed the whole Bracbansian land by fire and sword. But by raising arms against her, Hugo, the son of Hlothar, he carelessly did little to increase her presumption; for he did not accomplish anything happy or useful, but rather fledgedly fled away after most of his comrades had been killed and captured. The abbot, Adahard's son, was among the prisoners. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Adalhard von Bruc born ±836: Below you find the description in the German language about him and his sons based on German scientific investigation.

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Adalhard “von Bruc” Laienabt von Cysoing

Children:

  1. Berengar Count of Hattenhuntare to 855- to 892
  2. Eberhard Graf in Sülichgau to 856- to 889
  3. Rudolf Abt -
  4. Adalhard -
  5. Ernst
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836 – nach 874 Jϋngerer Sohn des Markgrafen Eberhard von Friaul aus dem Hause der UNRUOCHINGER und der Gisela, Tochter von Kaiser LUDWIG I. DER FOMME.

Brandenburg Erich: Tafel 1 Seite 2.

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“Die Nachkommen Karls des Groβen.”

Thiele, Andreas: Tafel 391

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“Erzählende genealogische Stammtafeln zur europäischen Geschichte Band II, Teilband 2 Europäische Kaiser-, Könings- und Fürstenhäuser II Nord-, Ost- und Südeuropa”.


ADALHARD

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+ nach 874

Adalhard erhielt 866 die niederländischen Besitzungen und in der Baar und wurde Inhaber der Hausabtei Cyosoing.

oo N.N.

Jahrbücher von St. Vaast: Seite 295

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In: Quellen zur karolingischen Reichsgeschichte band VI. Das Jahr 879. Im Jahre des Herrn 879 starb Graf Balduin, mit Zunamen der Gute, und wurde in dem Kloster Sithdiu begraben. Auch König Hludewich verfiel in schwere Krankheit, und am heiligen Charfreitag, im 33. Lebensjahr, in der zwölften Indiction, beschloβ er sein Leben und wurde in der Kirche der heiligen Mutter Gottes, Maria, bestattet, welche sein Vater mit königlicher Pracht in seiner Pfalz Compendium hatte erbauen lassen. Nach seinem Tode aber entstand unter den Franken trauriger und verderblicher Zweispalt. Denn Abt Hugo, der Treue eingedenk, welche er dem König Hludowich, seimem Vetter, geschworen hatte, wollte mit den ihm Gleichgesinnten dessen Söhne, Hludowich und Karlmann, in das väterliche Reich als Könige einsetzen; Abt Gozlin aber und Graf Chuonrad und viele andere, diesen Gleichgesinnte, riefen den obengenannten König Hludowich ins Reich. Während diese so in Streit mit einander lagen, kamen die Nortmannen, welche jenseits des Meeres wohnen, da sie von dieser Uneinigkeit Kunde hatten, auf ihren Schiffen in ungeheurer Menge über das Meer gefahren und verwüsteten um die Mitte des Monat Juli mit Feuer und Schwert, ohne Widerstand zu finden, die Stadt der Moriner, Tarvenna. Und als sie gesehen, wie gut ihnen der Anfang geglückt war, verheerten sie umherziehend das ganze Land der Menapier mit Feuer und Schwert. Darauf drangen sie in den Fluβ Scaldus ein und richteten das ganze Land der Bracbansier durch Feuer und Schwert zu Grunde. Indem aber Hugo, der Sohn Hlothars, gegen sie die Waffen erhob, trug er unbedachtsam nicht wenig dazu bei, ihren Uebermuth noch zu erhöhen; denn er vollbrachte nichts Glückliches und Nützliches, sondern floh vielmehr schimplich von dannen, nachdem von seinen Genossen die meisten getödtet und gefangen genommen worden waren. Unter den Gefangenen befand sich auch der Abt, Adahards Sohn.

Hlawitschka Eduard: Seite 163

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“Die Anfänge des Hauses Habsburg-Lothringen. Geneagische Untersuchungen zur Geschichte Lothringens und des Reiches im 9., 10. Und 11. Jahrhundert.”

Bejaht man diese Interpreatation – sie hat, soweit ich sehen, noch keinen Widerspruch erhalten [53 Ohne Widerspruch auch K.F. Werner, Untersuchungen zur Frühzeit des französischen Fϋrstentums I. in: Welt als Geschichte 18 (1958) Seite 275 Anm. 91. Gegen die ältere Deutung von C. v. Kalckstein, in dem ungenannten Abt sei der Abt Rudolf von St. Vaast zu sehen und dieser als Sohn des UNRUOHINGERS Adalhard (Soh Eberhards von Friaul) zu betrachten, vgl. schon P. Hirsch. Die Erhebung Berengars I. (1910) Seite 75 Anm. 3. Diese ältere Sicht ist indessen erst jüngst wieder eingegangen in den Notenapparat der von R. Rau besorgten Ausgabe der Annales Vedastini: Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gedächtnisausgabe VI. Quellen zur karolingischen Reichsgeschichte II (1958) Seite 295 Anm. 2.] -, so hat man ein Zeugnis fϋr die Herleitung Adalhards II. von dem berϋhmten Seneschall Adalhard gefunden.

854 oo Swanaburc

Kinder: Berengar Graf der Hattenhuntare, um 855 – nach 892 Eberhard Graf im Sϋlichgau, um 856 – nach 889 Rudolf Abt Adalhard Ernst.

Literatur: Borgolte Michael: Die Grafen Alemanniens in merowingischer und karolingischer Zeit. Eine Prosopographie. Jan Thorbecke Verlag Sigmaringen 1986 Seite 66 – Brandenburg Erich: Die Nachkommen Karls des Großen Verlag Degener & Co Neustadt an der Aisch 1998 Tafel 1 Seite 2,113 – Decker-Hauff, Hansmartin: Die Ottonen und Schwaben, in: Zeitschrift für württembergische Landesgeschichte 14 (1955) Seite 279 – Hlawitschka Eduard: Die Anfänge des Hauses Habsburg-Lothringen. Genealogische Untersuchungen zur Geschichte Lothringens und des Reiches im 9., 10. und 11. Jahrhundert. Kommissionsverlag: Minerva-Verlag Thinnes Nolte OHG Saarbrϋcken 1969 Seite 163 – Jahrbücher von St. Vaast. Quellen zur karolingischen Reichsgeschichte Band VI Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft Darmstadt 1972 Seite 294 - Thiele, Andreas: Erzählende genealogische Stammtafeln zur europäischen Geschichte Band II, Teilband 2 Europäische Kaiser-, Könings- und Fürstenhäuser II Nord-, Ost- und Südeuropa, R.G. Fischer Verlag 1994 Tafel 391 – Werner Karl Ferdinand: Die Nachkommen Karls des Groβen bis um das Jahr 1000 (1. -8. Generation) Band IV in: Braunfels Wolfgang: Karl der Groβe Lebenswerk und Nachleben. Verlag L. Schwann Düsseldorf Seite 452 -.

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