Olderico Manfredi II di Susa Marchese di Torino e Susa
(0992-1034)

 

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1. Berta d'Este

Olderico Manfredi II di Susa Marchese di Torino e Susa

  • Born: 992 1
  • Marriage (1): Berta d'Este in 1014 1
  • Died: 29 Oct 1034, Torino, Piemonte, 10121, IT aged 42 1
  • BuriedMale: Cattedrale Metropolitana di San Giovanni Battista, Torino, Piemonte, 10121, IT 1

   Another name for Olderico was Manfredo Udalrico di Susa.1

  General Notes:

MANFREDO UDALRICO, son of MANFREDO I Marchese of Turin & his wife Prangarda di Canossa (992-Turin 29 Oct 1034, bur Turin, cathedral of San Giovanni). His parentage is confirmed by a charter dated 1029 under which "Alricus…Astensis Ecclesiæ Episcopus et Odelricus qui et Magenfridus…Marchio germanus et filii bone memorie itemque Magnifredi…Marchionis, et Berta…Comitissa, jugales, filia quondam Autberti…Marchionis" founded the monastery of Segusini Sancti Justi. He succeeded his father in [1000] as MANFREDO UDALRICO Marchese di Susa and Turin. "Otto…Romanorum imperator augustus" confirmed the possessions of "Odelrico marchioni qui Mainfredus nominatur" and granted him immunities by charter dated 31 Jul 1001 on the petition of "Hugonis marchionis". "Alrici Episcopi et Olderico qui et Magnifredi Marchio germani" sold "castro…Lesegno" to "Ayfredus præsbiter filius quondam Rodulphi" by charter dated 1013. "Oldericus Maginfredus marchio f. quondam…Maginfredi marchionis et Berta comitissa jugales filia q. Obberti marchionis" sold property "in comitatu Parmensi, Placensiensi, Ticinensi, Tortonensi, Vercellensi, Aquensi, Astensi, Eporediensi, Torinensi, Oradiensi, Albensi, Avigenensi, Aberganensi, Vigintimiliensi" to "Sigifredo presbitero filio q. Adelgisi", with "notitia propinquorum Tarentum suorum, id est Adalberti marchionis germani sui et Alberti infantis nepotis sui", by charter dated 6 Jun 1021. He opposed the election of Konrad II King of Germany in 1024 and invited Guillaume Duke of Aquitaine to take the Italian crown. "Odelricus Maginfredus marchio et Berta comitidssa" founded the monastery of Segusini Sancti Justi, for the souls of "Ardoini avii, filiorum et filiarum Oldelrici et Bertæ, Adelberti marchionis patris Bertæ, et filiorum eius, Oddonis, Attonis, Vuidonis fratrum, Ardoini et Oddonis patruorum et Ardoini consobrini", by charter dated 9 Jul 1029. "Odelricus qui et Manfredus marchio f. quondam Manfredi marchionis et Berta comitissa jugales f. quondam Autberti marchionis" granted privileges "in comitatibus Taurinensi, Vercellensi, Iporiensi, Astensi, Albensi, Albiganensi, Vigintimiliensi, Parmensi, Placentinensi, Ticinensi, Aquensi" to the monastery of "S. Mariæ et Ss. Solutoris, Adventoris et Octavii braidam juxta Palatium" by charter dated 1031, signed by "Maginfredi march., Adalberti et Opizzoni utriusque marchionis qui Bertæ germane…Cuniberti et Wilelmi seu marchionis…". The necrology of the monastery of Saints Solutori, Adventori and Octavio in Turin records the death "IV Kal Nov" of "Manfredus marchio".

m (1014) BERTA degli Obertenghi [d'Este] daughter of Marchese OBERTO & his wife --- ([997]-[29 Dec 1037/1040]). "Heinricus…imperator" confirmed the property of the abbey of Fruttuaria, referring to property donated by "Manfredus marchio et Berta uxor eius et fratres eiusdem Manfredi, id est Alricus episcopus et Oddo comes, et Ardoinus consobrinus eorum", by charter dated 1014. Her parentage is confirmed by a charter dated 1029 under which "Alricus…Astensis Ecclesiæ Episcopus et Odelricus qui et Magenfridus…Marchio germanus et filii bone memorie itemque Magnifredi…Marchionis, et Berta…Comitissa, jugales, filia quondam Autberti…Marchionis" founded the monastery of Segusini Sancti Justi. She inherited land in the counties of Tortone, Parma and Piacenza. "Oldericus Maginfredus marchio f. quondam…Maginfredi marchionis et Berta comitissa jugales filia q. Obberti marchionis" sold property "in comitatu Parmensi, Placensiensi, Ticinensi, Tortonensi, Vercellensi, Aquensi, Astensi, Eporediensi, Torinensi, Oradiensi, Albensi, Avigenensi, Aberganensi, Vigintimiliensi" to "Sigifredo presbitero filio q. Adelgisi", with "notitia propinquorum Tarentum suorum, id est Adalberti marchionis germani sui et Alberti infantis nepotis sui", by charter dated 6 Jun 1021. "Odelricus qui et Manfredus marchio f. quondam Manfredi marchionis et Berta comitissa jugales f. quondam Autberti marchionis" granted privileges "in comitatibus Taurinensi, Vercellensi, Iporiensi, Astensi, Albensi, Albiganensi, Vigintimiliensi, Parmensi, Placentinensi, Ticinensi, Aquensi" to the monastery of "S. Mariæ et Ss. Solutoris, Adventoris et Octavii braidam juxta Palatium" by charter dated 1031, signed by "Maginfredi march., Adalberti et Opizzoni utriusque marchionis qui Bertæ germane…Cuniberti et Wilelmi seu marchionis…". "Chuonradus Romanorum imperator augustus" confirmed donations to the monastery of San Giusto at Susa made by "Mainfredus marchio nec non Berta comitissa", by charter dated 29 Dec 1037. "Adaleida f. quondam Maginfredi marchionis et coniux Ermanni ducis et marchionis" donated property "in loco Porciana" to the monastery of San Stefano at Genoa by charter dated 4 Jul [1038], signed by "Bertæ comitissæ…". "Heinricus…Romanorum imperator augustus" confirmed the possessions of the church at Asti by undated charter placed in the compilation with other charters dated 1091, which notes among others the donations by "marchio Manfredus et Berta comitissa et Alricus episcopus".

Marchese Manfredo Udalrico & his wife had [four] children: Adelaida, [son], Ermengarda and Berta. 1


Olderico married Berta d'Este, daughter of Oberto [II] di Luni Conte di Luni, Marchese and Unknown, in 1014.1 (Berta d'Este was born about 997 1 and died between 29 Dec 1037 and 1040 1.)


Sources


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

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