von Ringelheim Family Genealogy
von Ringelheim Family Genealogy

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Details for von Ringelheim Family
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1. Wolpert von Ringelheim - was born about 0800, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hannover, Germany.
Wolpert married Alburgis. Alburgis was born about 0800, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hannover, Germany.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Count Reginhart of Ringelheim was born about 0828, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hannover, Germany. See #2. below.
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2. Count Reginhart of Ringelheim - was born about 0828, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hannover, Germany. He is the son of Wolpert von Ringelheim.
Count Reginhart married Countess Matilda of Ringlehein. Countess Matilda was born about 0833, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hannover, Germany.
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Count Theodoric of Ringelheim was born about 0853, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hanover, Germany. See #3. below.
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3. Count Theodoric of Ringelheim - was born about 0853, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hanover, Germany. He is the son of Count Reginhart of Ringelheim and Countess Matilda of Ringlehein.
Count Theodoric married Countess Ludmilla Ragnhildis. Countess Ludmilla was born about 0858, lived in Germany. .
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Countess Matilda of Ringelheim was born about 0878, lived in Ringleheim, Goslar, Hanover, Germany and died on 14 May 0968 while living in Memleben, Saxony .
Countess Matilda married King Heinrich I "The Fowler" of the Germans in 0909. King Heinrich was born in 0876, lived in Saxony, Germany. He was the son of Duke Otto of Saxony and Duchess Hathui of Saxony. He died on 2 Jul 0936 in Memleben, Saxony, Germany .
See of East Saxony family for children.

Last change (on this page): Tuesday, September 17, 2002
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