Person:Frederic Ier de Lorraine (1)

Frederic Ier de Lorraine
d.18 May 978
m. Abt 920
  1. Ermengard van verdun
  2. Adalbero I _____Est 905 to 910 - 962
  3. Luitgarde de Treves910 - Aft 960
  4. Frederic Ier de Lorraine912 - 978
  5. Gozelo _____, of Bidgau and MethingauBef 915 - Abt 942
  6. Siegfried I. von LuxemburgBet 930 & 940 - 998
  7. Giselbert de Bidgau - 964
m. 954
  1. Ne de Haute-Lorraine948 -
  2. Theodoric I _____, Duke of Upper LorraineEst 965 - Bet 1026 & 1027
  3. Ida _____, of Upper Lorraine - 1026
  4. Adalbero II of Metz - 1005
Facts and Events
Name[5] Frederic Ier de Lorraine
Alt Name Ferry Ier _____, Count de Bar
Alt Name Frederick _____, Duke of Upper Lorraine
Gender Male
Alt Birth[4] say 0910 to 0915
Birth[5] 912 Lorraine, France
Marriage 954 Franceto Beatrix de France
Death[4][5] 18 May 978
Reference Number[1] Q610458?
Title (nobility)[5] Comte de Bar, Duc de Haute-Lotharingie,

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Frederick I (c. 912 – 18 May 978) was the count of Bar and duke of Upper Lorraine. He was a son of Wigeric, count of Bidgau, also count palatine of Lorraine, and Cunigunda, and thus a sixth generation descendant of Charlemagne.

In 954, he married Beatrice, daughter of Hugh the Great, count of Paris, and Hedwige of Saxony. He received in dowry the revenues of the abbey of Saint-Denis in Lorraine. To stop incursions from the duchy of Champagne, Frederick constructed a castle over the Ornain river in 960, and later occupied confiscated lands of Saint-Mihiel. He exchanged fiefs with the bishop of Toul. Thus, he created his own feudal domain, the county of Bar. So he became the founder of the House of Bar or the House of Ardennes-Bar, a cadet branch of the House of Ardennes.

The duchy of Lorraine was at that time governed by the archbishop of Cologne, Bruno, who was called the archduke on account of his dual title. In 959, Bruno, in concert with his brother, the Emperor Otto I, divided the duchy, appointing as margraves (or vice-dukes) one Godfrey in Lower Lorraine and Frederick in Upper Lorraine. After Bruno's death, in 977, Frederick and Godfrey were styling themselves dukes.

As duke, Frederick oversaw the reform of Saint-Dié and Moyenmoutier.

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  3.   Frederic I, Duc de Lorraine, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Frédéric I, in Baldwin, Stewart, and Todd Farmerie. The Henry Project (King Henry II ): Ancestors of King Henry II.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Biographie a Wikipédia FR, in Wikipedia
    [[1]], trouvée 2016.

    Frédéric Ier ou Ferry Ier, né vers 910/915, mort en 9781, fut comte de Bar et duc de Haute-Lotharingie. Il était fils de Cunégonde et de Wigéric, comte de Bigdau, puis comte palatin de Lotharingie.