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Ermesinde II de Luxembourg, of Luxemburg

Birthdate: (61)
Birthplace: Trier, Rhineland, Prussia
Death: June 26, 1141 (57-65)
Bois Saint-Vanne, Verdun, Meuse, Lorraine, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Conrad I, Count of Luxembourg; Konrad I von Salm; Clémence de Poitou and Clemence de Poitou
Wife of Godefroid de Namur; Albrecht II de Moha, count of Dagsburg and Godefroi , comte de Namur
Mother of Alix de Namur; Elisabeth de Namur; Mlle von Dachsburg; Gravin Mathilde von Dagsburg-Moha von Egisheim; Clementia de Namur and 2 others
Half sister of Henry III, Count de Luxembourg; Rudolf Luxembourg; Conrad de Luxembourg; Guillaume, Comte de Luxembourg; Mathilde de Luxembourg and 5 others

Occupation: Comtesse de Luxembourg, Dame de Longwy, , Countess of Namur, Luxembourg, and Longwy
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About Ermessinde II, comtesse de Luxembourg

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ERMENSENDE de Luxembourg (-26 Jun 1141). The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names "comitem Guilelmum de Luscelenburg…et Ermensendem…et Mathildem" as children of "Conrado comiti de Luscelenburch" and his wife Ermensende, specifying that Ermesinde was wife of "Namucensem…comitis Godefridi"[186]. Ermensende´s correct parentage is stated in the charter dated 17 Jun 1129 under which Meginher Archbishop of Trier confirmed the foundation of Kloster Schiffenberg by "Clementia…comitissa" with the consent of "filii sui Willehelmi et filie Irmesindis"[187]. "Ermensendis comitissa Namucensis" confirmed the prior donation of property to the church of Verdun Sainte-Vanne by "senioris mei comitis Alberti" by charter dated to [1124], subscribed by "domni mei Godefridi comitis et filii mei Henrici comitis, Hugonis filii Folmari comitis, Everardi filii Aiulfi comitis"[188]. "Ermensendis comitissa de Muhalt, quæ uxor…comitis Alberti" founded the monastery of Saint-Victor, Huy by charter dated 1130[189]. Heiress of Luxembourg and Longwy, after the death of her nephew Comte Conrad [II] in 1136. "Comitissa de Musal Ermensendis cum viro suo Namucensi comite Godefrido" donated property to Flône, at the request of "Guntranni et Gisle uxoris eius", by charter dated 1137[190]. In a charter dated 1139, "Albero…Leodiensium episcopus" notes a donation of property to the abbey of Marcigny-sur-Loire by "domna Ermensendis comitissa de Musalt, quæ uxor extitit…comitis Alberici" on the suggestion of "quadam nobili et religiosa fœmina nomine Regina, sibi enim consanguinea"[191], the original donation presumably being dated before [1109] when Ermesinde married her second husband. It is likely that "Regina" in this charter was Regina von Oltingen, whose mother was first cousin to Ermesinde. The necrology of Verdun Saint-Vanne records the death "VIII Kal Jun" of "Ermensendis comitissa Namucensis qui cum viro suo…comite Alberto cellam Montis Sancti Martini…confirmavit"[192]. m firstly as his second wife, ALBERT [II] Graf von Dagsburg, son of [ALBERT [I] de Moha & his wife ---] (-24 Aug 1098). m secondly ([1109]) as his second wife, GODEFROI [I] Comte de Namur, son of ALBERT [III] Comte de Namur & his wife Ida von Sachsen (-19 Aug 1139).

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Ermesinde I van Namen was de dochter van Koenraad I van Luxemburg. Zij was achtereenvolgens gehuwd met Albert van Moha-Dasburg en sinds 1109 met Godfried van Namen. Toen zij na het overlijden van haar neef Koenraad II het graafschap Luxemburg erfde schonk zij dit vrijwel meteen aan haar zoon Hendrik. Ermesinde I heeft dus ook nooit daadwerkelijk geregeerd. Na het overlijden van haar tweede man op 19 augustus 1139 trok zij zich in een klooster terug.

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KINDEREN

Getrouwd met (1) Adalbert van Egisheim op 1095:

1. Hugo Vii van Dagsburg

2. Mathilde van Dagsburg-Moha

Getrouwd met (2) Godfried van Namen op 1109:

1. Elisabeth van Namen

2. Adelheid Ermesinde van Namen

3. Clementia van Namen

4. Flandrina van Namen

5. Hendrik Iv van Luxemburg

6. Clementina van Namen

7. Beatrix van Namen

8. Hendrik van Namen

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Ermessinde II, comtesse de Luxembourg's Timeline

1002
1002
Alsace, France
1080
1080
Trier, Rhineland, Prussia
1092
1092
Age 12
1095
1095
Age 15
Rheims, Champagne-Ardenne, France
1110
1110
Age 30
Namur, Belgium
1112
1112
Age 32
Namur, Namur, Walloon Region, Belgium
1115
1115
Age 35
Namur, Walloon Region, Belgium
1120
1120
Age 40
(Unknown), Austria-Hungary