Adelinde of Spoleto

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Adalindis Welfen

English (default): Adalindis, Italian: Adelindis
Also Known As: "Adelinde von Spoleto"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Argenburg (?), Preußen (Prussia, now ), North Rhine Westphalia, Germany
Death: after circa 787
Frankish Empire
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Hildeprand, duke of Spoleto and Regarde of Bavaria
Wife of Guerin I, count of Thurgau and Warin II, count in Thurgau and Lobdegau
Mother of Isambard de Narbonne; Bouchard de Narbonne; Alberic de Narbonne, I; Milo Narbonne, van; Milon de Narbone, comte de Narbonne and 5 others

Managed by: FARKAS Mihály László
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About Adelinde of Spoleto

Adelindis von Buchau

Meg Keith wrote on 5/16/2016:

re her birth place of Argenburg, North Rhine Westphalia, Preußen

Unfortunately Argenburg is one of those place names which appear only in family histories - it may have existed, but there is no current placename in Germany of Argenburg. I have no German, but the one German entry I did find for argen burg means "evil castle" according to google translate. Argneburg is also a German surname, so it may have referred to someone's lands or manor at the time.

North Rhine-Westphalia was formed in 1946 from two distinct regions of Germany, with different cultural identities.

The Rhineland has been through many territorial changes between France and Germany and boundaries have also changed many times, so it would take a lot of links to track it thorugh all its history, which is why I have referenced a map: 714 Kingdom of the Franks map by Paul Vidal de la Blache. Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie. 1912 [commons.wikipedia.org].

During the Kingdom of the Franks, the Rhine territory was from the Rhine River to the Scheldt and would have been part of the Duchy of Austrasia.

Westphalia would have been part of the Duchy of Saxony, Kingdom of the Franks in 729 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westphalia.

Preußen is the German word for Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preu%C3%9Fen Prussia originated in 1525 as the Duchy of Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Prussia Westphalia and the Rhineland were both 20th provinces of Prussia, which probably accounts for the confusion.

Thanks for your work as profile managers.

Sincerely,

Meg Keith


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Über Adellinde von Spoleto (Deutsch)

Meg Keith wrote on 5/16/2016:

re her birth place of Argenburg, North Rhine Westphalia, Preußen

Unfortunately Argenburg is one of those place names which appear only in family histories - it may have existed, but there is no current placename in Germany of Argenburg. I have no German, but the one German entry I did find for argen burg means "evil castle" according to google translate. Argneburg is also a German surname, so it may have referred to someone's lands or manor at the time.

North Rhine-Westphalia was formed in 1946 from two distinct regions of Germany, with different cultural identities.

The Rhineland has been through many territorial changes between France and Germany and boundaries have also changed many times, so it would take a lot of links to track it thorugh all its history, which is why I have referenced a map: 714 Kingdom of the Franks map by Paul Vidal de la Blache. Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie. 1912 [commons.wikipedia.org].

During the Kingdom of the Franks, the Rhine territory was from the Rhine River to the Scheldt and would have been part of the Duchy of Austrasia.

Westphalia would have been part of the Duchy of Saxony, Kingdom of the Franks in 729 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westphalia.

Preußen is the German word for Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preu%C3%9Fen Prussia originated in 1525 as the Duchy of Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Prussia Westphalia and the Rhineland were both 20th provinces of Prussia, which probably accounts for the confusion.

Thanks for your work as profile managers.

Sincerely,

Meg Keith


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About Adelindis di Spoleto (italiano)

Meg Keith wrote on 5/16/2016:

re her birth place of Argenburg, North Rhine Westphalia, Preußen

Unfortunately Argenburg is one of those place names which appear only in family histories - it may have existed, but there is no current placename in Germany of Argenburg. I have no German, but the one German entry I did find for argen burg means "evil castle" according to google translate. Argneburg is also a German surname, so it may have referred to someone's lands or manor at the time.

North Rhine-Westphalia was formed in 1946 from two distinct regions of Germany, with different cultural identities.

The Rhineland has been through many territorial changes between France and Germany and boundaries have also changed many times, so it would take a lot of links to track it thorugh all its history, which is why I have referenced a map: 714 Kingdom of the Franks map by Paul Vidal de la Blache. Atlas général d'histoire et de géographie. 1912 [commons.wikipedia.org].

During the Kingdom of the Franks, the Rhine territory was from the Rhine River to the Scheldt and would have been part of the Duchy of Austrasia.

Westphalia would have been part of the Duchy of Saxony, Kingdom of the Franks in 729 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westphalia.

Preußen is the German word for Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preu%C3%9Fen Prussia originated in 1525 as the Duchy of Prussia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Prussia Westphalia and the Rhineland were both 20th provinces of Prussia, which probably accounts for the confusion.

Thanks for your work as profile managers.

Sincerely,

Meg Keith


http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/r/a/Lori-L-Craig-MI/WE...



http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/z/e/Paul-Czerner/WEBSI...


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Om Adelinde of Spoleto (Norsk)

Adelindis fra Buchau også kalt Adelinde, Haddellind grevinne av Thurgau

Adelindis var datter av hertug av Hildebrand fra Spiloto.moren Regarde? kom fra Bayern f, 735 på Castle Andechs d. 787

I 770 grunnla hun og mannen Buchau-klosteret, dagens Bad Buchau på Federsee . Adelindis ble gift med den frankiske grev Warin/Guerno fra Thurgau, nevø av Tassilo II av Bayern, De hadde barna Swabo; og Isanbard f, ca 750- d. 806

Ingenting er kjent om graven til Adelinde, vi vet bare at hun bodde på Buchau , basert på dokumenter hittil. Dødsdato 28. august i et ukjent år er heller ikke etterprøvbar. Adelinde blir husket i dag i ved den lokale Adelindisfesten Jubileet for hennes død og feires den den 28. august.

  1. https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelinde
  2. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/175016201/adalindis-di_spoleto
  3. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelindis_von_Buchau
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Adelinde of Spoleto's Timeline

729
729
Argenburg (?), Preußen (Prussia, now ), North Rhine Westphalia, Germany
740
740
745
745
Altdorf bei Nürnberg, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
745
Narbonne, Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
747
747
Narbonne, Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon Midi-Pyrénées, France
750
750
750
Languedoc-Roussillon,, Narbonne, Aude, Occitanie, France
754
754
Narbonne, Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
787
787
Age 58
Frankish Empire
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