Person:Liudolf of Lotharingia (1)

Liudolf von Brauweiler
b.abt 1000
d.11 April 1031
Facts and Events
Name[2] Liudolf von Brauweiler
Alt Name Ludolf Von Waldenburg
Alt Name Ludolph de Lorraine
Alt Name Ludolf Von Lothringen
Gender Male
Birth[1] abt 1000 Ezzonids
Marriage 1020 to Mathilde van Zutphen
Alt Death? 10 apr 1031 Het Klooster Brauweiler
Reference Number[1] Q725126?
Death[1][2] 11 April 1031

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Liudolf of Lotharingia, also Ludolf (c. 100010 April 1031), was Count of Zutphen and Waldenburg.

He was born in Saxony about 1000, the eldest son of Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lotharingia, and his wife Matilde of Germany, daughter of the Emperor Otto II and Theophanu. Besides being Count of Zutphen and Waldenburg, Liudolf was military commander of the army of the Archbishop of Cologne, and protector (Vogt) of the abbeys of Brauweiler, Münster and Borghorst.

He died on 10 April 1031, and was buried with his parents in Brauweiler Abbey.

Liudolf married Matilda of Zutphen, by whom he had issue:

  • Heinrich, d. 1031;
  • Conrad I (also called Kuno or Cuno), Count of Zutphen and Duke of Bavaria (died in 1055, buried in Cologne);
  • Adelheid (born in Zutphen, Gelderland, about 1030), heiress of her brothers to Zutphen, Waldenburg, etc. She married Godeschalk, Count of Zutphen in right of his wife (b. ca. 1030, died 1063/4).
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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Liudolf of Lotharingia, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Biographie auf Wikipedia DE, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia, [[1]], gefunden 2016, Secondary quality.

    Liudolf, oft auch Ludolf von Brauweiler († 11. April 1031) war Vogt der Abtei Brauweiler, Erbe der Herrschaft Waldenburg und durch seine Ehe Herr von Zütphen. Er war kaiserlicher Feldherr, Bannerträger und wohl auch Vogt der Stadt Köln.