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Gebhard I von Wasserburg Graf von Diessen
(Between 1070/1075-Abt 1102)
Richgard von Sponheim
(-Abt 1130)
Dietrich von Viechtenstein Graf von Viechtenstein
(-Abt 1145/1145)
Adelheid
Engelbert von Wasserburg Graf von Wasserburg
(Between 1099/1102-1161)
Hedwig von Viechtenstein
(-1170)
Dietrich von Wasserburg Graf von Wasserburg, Viechtenstein u. Kreuzenstein
(-Abt 1206/1206)

 

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Dietrich von Wasserburg Graf von Wasserburg, Viechtenstein u. Kreuzenstein

  • Died: Abt 25-27 Jan 1206 1

  General Notes:

DIETRICH (-25 or 27 Jan [1206]). The necrology of Ättl records the death "XII Kal Sep" of "Engelbertus com secundus fundator huius monasterii Ättle 1087 et Mathildis uxor eius, Ekhardus et Dietricus filii eius". "Dominus Engelbertus Hallensis Comes…cum uxore sua Hadewiga et duobus filiis suis Gebehardo et Diterico" donated property to Reichersberg monastery by charter dated to [1150]. "Nobilis Princeps Dominus Gebehardus Hallensis Comes…cum matre sua Domina Hadewiga comitissa" donated property to Reichersberg monastery, with the consent of "fratre suo comite Diterico", by charter dated to [1160]. "Dominus Ditericus Comes et soror eius Domina Chunegundis Comitissa de Ura cum filiis suis" donated property to Reichersberg monastery, with the consent of "fratre suo Domino Gebhardo Comiti Hallensi", by charter dated to [1160]. Graf von Viechtenstein: "Comes Dietricus de Vihtnstein" donated a serf to Reichersberg monastery by charter dated to [1160]. Graf von Wasserburg [1171]. Hallgraf [1185]. Graf von Kreuzenstein 1190. "Comes Dietricus de Wazzerburch et uxor sua Hailka et filie mee Haidewich et Methilt" donated property to Scheftlarn monastery by charter dated 1192. "Dominus Comes Dyetricus de Wasserburg et filius suus Chunradus" donated property to Ättl monastery by charter dated 1201. The necrology of Salzburg St Rudpert records the death "VI Kal Feb" of "Dietricus com de Wazerburch". The necrology of Seeon records the death "VIII Kal Feb" of "Dietricus com…de Wazzerburch" and his donation.

m (before 1165) HEILIKA von Wittelsbach , daughter of OTTO I Duke of Bavaria & his wife Agnes van Looz (-9 Oct [1200]). The Genealogia Ottonis II Ducis Bavariæ names "Heilkam" as second of the five daughters of "Otto dictus de Schiren…dux Bawarie" and her husband "Dietricus comes de Wasserburch". "Comes Dietricus de Wazzerburch et uxor sua Hailka et filie mee Haidewich et Methilt" donated property to Scheftlarn monastery by charter dated 1192. The necrology of Baumburg records the death "VII Id Oct" of "Heilca com de Wasserburg".

Graf Dietrich & his wife had five children. 1


Sources


1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

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