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Wife of Gottfrid of the Alamannians

Also Known As: "Hildegarde", "Oda", "Ragnetrude", "Regine"
Birthplace: Probably Herzogtum Bayern
Death: Died in Herzogtum Bayern
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Theodo II, duke of Bavaria and Regintrud of the Franks
Wife of Gottfrid, duke of the Alemannians
Mother of Lantfrid I, Duke of the Alemannians; Imma of Alamannia, Abbesse de Nonnberg; Willichaire Herzog von Alemannien; Theutbold II, Duke of the Alemannians; Odilo I, Herzog von Bayern and 2 others
Sister of Hersuinda von Bayern
Half sister of Adèle d'AUSTRASIE; Theodo; Wiligarde von Bayern; Willigarde Debaviere; Theudebert II, duke of Bavaria and 4 others

Occupation: Duchess of Alemannia
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About Wife of Gottfrid of the Alamannians

Various secondary sources identify the wife of Gottfrid of Alemannia as Hildegarde, or Oda, or Ragnetrude or Regine (of Bavaria). However, her identity is speculative. "There is no direct evidence regarding Gottfried's wife or wives." She might have been a daughter of Theodo I or of Theodo II.

Stewart Baldwin summarizes the evidence as follows:

"The suggestion that he [Gottfrid] was married to a daughter of duke Theodo (II not V) is based on a string of conjectures:

1. It has been conjectured that duke Odilo of Bavaria was a son of Gottfried. This conjecture has been accepted by many scholars, and I am inclined to regard it as probably true, but the evidence is not that strong.

2. Assuming that the first conjecture is correct, it has been conjectured on top of that that Odilo's mother was an Agilolfing, in order to explain his possession of the duchy of Bavaria and to explain the Agilolfing name that he gave to his son Thassilo.

3. Assuming that the second conjecture is correct, it has been conjectured on top of that that Gottfried's wife was a daughter of Theodo II, Agilolfing duke of Bavaria. Based on the same string of guesses, Settipani has conjectured that Gottfried's wife was a sister of Theodo rather than his daughter. Although both conjectures are based on very slender evidence, Settipani's version is chronologically more plausible.

To accept the above line [omitted here], you would have to accept all of the above string of conjectures, and accept in addition that Huoching and Odilo had the same mother, when we have no evidence whether or not Gottfried was married more than once."

(Stewart Baldwin, soc.genealogy.medieval, May 18, 2012)

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Wife of Gottfrid of the Alamannians's Timeline

Probably Herzogtum Bayern
Age 30
Alemmania, Frankish Empire
Age 35
Age 37
Age 39
Age 40
Herzogtum Bayern, Frankish Empire (within present Germany)
Age 41
Age 68
Herzogtum Bayern