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Otto I von Scheyern, Graf

Also Known As: "Count Otto I of Scheyern"
Birthdate: (54)
Birthplace: Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
Death: December 4, 1072 (54)
Jerusalem, Judah, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Heinrich I an der Pegnitz, Graf an der Pegnitz and NN von Altdorf
Husband of Haziga von Scheyern
Father of Ekkehart I Graf von Scheyern; Count Bernhard Of Scheyern, I; Arnold I von Scheyern, Graf von Dachau and Otto II (~1056-1110) von Scheyern-Wittelsbach, Count f Scheyern
Brother of Kuno I, Count of Lechsgemünd; Count Heinrich II of Pegnitz; Bishop Eberhard of Eichstatt; Marquis Otto of Schweinfurt and Friedrich I, Graf zu Burg-Lengenfeld

Occupation: Graf von Scheyern an der Ilm, Greve, Foged
Managed by: FARKAS Mihály László
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About Otto I, Graf von Scheyern

Bavarian Nobility

According to Wegener[1597], Otto [I] Graf von Scheyern was the possible son of Heinrich [I] Graf an der Pegnitz (son of Heinrich von Schweinfurt Duke of Swabia). From their ancestral seat at Scheyern on the river Inn, the family built up a fairly compact domain between the Lech and Isar rivers, expanding to the west later with the castle of Wittelsbach. They were hereditary Pfalzgrafen of Bavaria from the early 12th century[1598].

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIAN%20NOBILITY.htm#OttoIGfScheyerndiedbefore1072

1. OTTO [I], son of --- (-4 Dec ----, before Jul 1072, bur 1127 Scheyern Abbey). Vogt of Freising Cathedral [1047]. Graf von Scheyern. The necrology of Scheyern records the death "II Non Dec" of "Otto com de Scheyren, maritus domine Hatzige"[1610]. This reference to Otto in an apparently subordinate position to his wife suggests that she was heiress of Scheyern and brought the property to her husband who, before his marriage, was of lesser birth and importance in the social scale of local nobility. This impression is reinforced by the necrology entry of the couple's son Bernhard which also emphasises his mother rather than his father. m (after [1056]) as her second husband, HAZIGA [von Scheyern], widow of HERMANN [I] Graf von Kastl, daughter of --- & his wife --- (-1100 or after). The Chronicon Schirense records the marriage of "Haziga…de castro Schyren…[vidua] comiti Hermanno de Chastel...[et] comiti Ottoni de Schyren"[1611]. A charter dated to [1030] records the donation of "Comes de Chastelin Hermannus…et…sueque uxori Comitisse felicis memorie Hazige" to the monastery of Scheyern, adding that she later married "Comiti Ottoni de Schyren" by whom she had three sons "Ottonem…Pernhardum et Ekkardum Comites"[1612]. The necrology of Scheyern records the death "XI Kal Mai" of "Hermannus com, huic copulate est Haziga coma, sed minima ab eo cognita"[1613]. The Chronicon Schirense names "Heinricus patriarcha Aquileiensis et supradictus episcopus Polensis [=Ellenhardo] duo fratres" as sons of "matertere ipsius Hazige"[1614]. The Schirenses Annales records that "Haziga comitissa" built "monasterium Vispach" in 1100[1615]. Wegener suggests that Haziga was the daughter of Friedrich [III] Graf von Diessen[1616]. He bases this on his reading of the Chronicon Schirense which he says states that Sieghard Patriarch of Aquileja was the son of Haziga's aunt, Patriarch Sieghard being the son of Sieghard Graf im Chiemgau & his wife Pilihild, whom Wegener suggests was the sister of Graf Friedrich [III]. However, his reading of the Chronicon Schirense is incorrect. The Chronicon in fact names "Heinricus patriarcha Aquileiensis et supradictus episcopus Polensis [=Ellenhardo] duo fratres" as sons of "matertere ipsius Hazige"[1617], referring to the patriarch who succeeded Patriarch Sieghard. Graf Otto [I] & his wife had three children:

  • a) OTTO [II] von Scheyern (-[1107/08], bur Scheyern). ...
  • b) EKKEHARD von Scheyern (-before 1088, bur Fischbachau, transferred 1127 to Scheyern). ...
  • c) BERNHARD (-2 Mar [1101], bur Scheyern). ...
    • ...

http://genealogy.euweb.cz/german/luitpold1.html#O1S

The Luitpoldings

One Luitpold, +846, had issue:

  • A1. a son; m.N, a dau.of Rudolf Welf
    • B1. Luitpold/Leopold Markgraf von der Ostmark, Mkgf der Kärntner Mark, von Pannonien und der bayerischen Ostmark 895, +Pressburg 4.7.907; m.895/900 Kunigunde von Schwaben (*ca 879 +915), dau.of Berthold, Pfgf of Swabia
      • C1. Arnulf I, Herzog von Bayern (Duke of Bavaria) (907-937), *ca 898, +Regensburg 14.7.937; m.910/915 Judith of Friaul/von Sülichgau
        • ...
        • D7. Berthold I, Markgraf im bayerischen Nordgau, *915/926, +15.1./16.8.980; m.ca 949 Heilika, dau.of Gf Lothar von Walbeck
          • E1. Heinrich, Gf von Schweinfurt, *ca 975, +18.9.1017; m.before 1003 Gerberga von Gleiberg (*ca 970 +after 1017)
            • ...
            • F6. Heinrich I, Gf an der Pegnitz, Gf von Schweinfurt, *ca 992, +1043; m.N von Sualafeld/ Altdorf, dau.of Kuno I
              • G1. Heinrich II, Gf von Pegnitz und Weissinburg, +1080
              • G2. Kuno I, Gf von Lechsgemünd; m.Mathilde, dau.of Rudolf von Achalm; for their issue see HERE
              • G3. Otto I, Gf von Scheyern, Graf a.d. Paar 1045, Vogt von Freising 1047, +4.12.1072; 1m: Haziga von Diessen; 2m: N, dau.of Pfgf Hartwig II von Bayern; for their issue see HERE ►
              • G4. Friedrich, Gf zu Burg-Lengenfeld; m.Sigena von Laige

http://genealogy.euweb.cz/wittel/wittel1.html#HO4

Wittelsbach

Graf Otto I von Scheyern, +4.12.1072/1078; 1m: Haziga von Diessen; 2m: Hadagunda von Scheyern (dau.of N by a dau.of Hartwig II Pfgf of Bavaria); He had issue:

  • ...
  • A3. [2m.] Gf Ekkehart I von Scheyern, +by 1088/before 11.5.1094; m.Richgard of Carniola, dau.of Ulrich von Weimar-Orlamünde
    • ...
    • B2. Gf Otto I von Scheyern, Gf von Wittelsbach 1115, Pfgf of Bavaria (1110-20), +1123, bur Indersdorf; m.N, a dau.of Eberhard von Ratzenhofen
      • C1. Otto II, Gf von Wittelsbach, Pfgf in Bayern 1121, +4.8.1156, bur Ensdorf; m.Heilika von Lengenfeld-Hopfenohe-Pettendorf (+1170, bur Ensdorf)
        • ...
        • D5. Otto IV, Pfgf von Wittelsbach, +1189, bur Indersdorf; m.Benedikta von Moosburg (?), dau.of Gf Mangold von Wörth
          • E1. Udalschalk, fl 1158/72
          • E2. Otto V, Pfgf von Wittelsbach, +k.1209, bur Indersdorf
          • E3. Agnes, fl 1172/1219; 1m: Gerhard I, Wildgf in Kyrburg; 2m: Gf Albrecht IV von Everstein
          • E4. Heilika, +after 1189; m.before 1176 Mgve Konrad Otto of Moravia, Duke of Bohemia (+9.9.1191)
          • E5. Euphemia, fl 1182
        • ...
      • ...
  • ...

http://www.geneall.net/D/per_page.php?id=7800

Otto I, Graf von Scheyern

  • c. 1010 + 04.12.1072

Heiraten Heirat I: N von Andechs

Heirat II: Hadegunde von Scheyern

Kinder

Kinder von Ehe I:
  1. Otto II, Graf von Scheyern * c. 1050 Richardis von Krain
  2. Arnold II, Graf von Scheyern * 1040 N von Reipertshofen
Kinder von Ehe II:
  1. Ekkehart I, Graf von Scheyern * c. 1050 Richkart von Krain-Istrien
  2. Bernhard I., Graf von Scheyern N

Titel Grafen von Scheyern


He was Count on the Middle Paar (1047), Count of Scheyern on the Ilm (about 1070), and Vogt of the Bishopric of Friesing. He was a Crusader and died on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

http://genealogy.euweb.cz/german/luitpold1.html

The Luitpoldings

One Luitpold, +846, had issue:

  • A1. a son; m.N, a dau.of Rudolf Welf
    • B1. Luitpold/Leopold Markgraf von der Ostmark, Mkgf der Kärntner Mark, von Pannonien und der bayerischen Ostmark 895, +Pressburg 4.7.907; m.895/900 Kunigunde von Schwaben (*ca 879 +915), dau.of Berthold, Pfgf of Swabia
      • C1. Arnulf I, Herzog von Bayern (Duke of Bavaria) (907-937), *ca 898, +Regensburg 14.7.937; m.910/915 Judith of Friaul/von Sülichgau
        • ...
        • D7. Berthold I, Markgraf im bayerischen Nordgau, *915/926, +15.1./16.8.980; m.ca 949 Heilika, dau.of Gf Lothar von Walbeck
          • E1. Heinrich, Gf von Schweinfurt, *ca 975, +18.9.1017; m.before 1003 Gerberga von Gleiberg (*ca 970 +after 1017)
            • ...
            • F6. Heinrich I, Gf an der Pegnitz, Gf von Schweinfurt, *ca 992, +1043; m.N von Sualafeld/ Altdorf, dau.of Kuno I
              • G1. Heinrich II, Gf von Pegnitz und Weissinburg, +1080
              • G2. Kuno I, Gf von Lechsgemünd; m.Mathilde, dau.of Rudolf von Achalm; for their issue see HERE
              • G3. Otto I, Gf von Scheyern, Graf a.d. Paar 1045, Vogt von Freising 1047, +4.12.1072; 1m: Haziga von Diessen; 2m: N, dau.of Pfgf Hartwig II von Bayern; for their issue see HERE
              • G4. Friedrich, Gf zu Burg-Lengenfeld; m.Sigena von Laige

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Otto I, Graf von Scheyern's Timeline

1018
1018
Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
1052
1052
Age 34
Scheyern, Germany
1053
1053
Age 35
Scheyern, Germany
1057
1057
Age 39
Scheyern, Germany
1057
Age 39
Scheyern, Germany
1072
December 4, 1072
Age 54
Jerusalem, Judah, Israel