Person:Matilda of Ringelheim (1)

Saint Matilda of Ringelheim
b.est 896
Facts and Events
Name Saint Matilda of Ringelheim
Alt Name Mathilde of Saxony
Gender Female
Birth[4] est 896
Marriage 0909 Wallhausen, Rheinland, Preußen, Germanyto Heinrich I "the Fowler" , King of Germany
Death[2][4][5] 14 Mar 0968 Quedlinburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Ancestral File Number FLH2-6J
Occupation[4] Nivelles, Brabant, BelgiumLay Abbess
Burial[4] Quedlinburg, Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, GermanyQuedlinburg Abbey


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Saint Mathilda (or Matilda, – 14 March 968) was the wife of King Henry I of Germany, the first ruler of the Saxon Ottonian (or Liudolfing) dynasty, thereby Duchess consort of Saxony from 912 and German Queen from 919 until 936. Their eldest son Otto succeeded his father as German King and was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 962. Matilda's surname refers to Ringelheim, where her comital Immedinger relatives established a convent about 940.

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References
  1.   (RFC)Royalty for Commoners, Line 134 #35; Line 338 #36.
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