Agnes of Germany, b. 1074 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 24 September 1143 in Austria

Father: Henry IV Staufen, b. 11 November 1050 in Goslar, Brunswick, Germany, d. 7 August 1106 in Liege, Belgium, He was crowned King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056 in Germany
Mother: Bertha of Savoy, b. 21 September 1051 in Maurienne, Savoy, France, d. 27 December 1087
Agnes is sometimes called "Agnes of Waiblingen".

Spouse: Frederick I, Duke of Swabia, b. ca. 1050, d. bef. 21 July 1105

Father: Frederick of Büren, Count in Riesgau
Mother: Hildegard von Bar-Mousson
Married 1086.

Children:

  1. Hedwig-Eilika, b. 1088, m. Frederick III of Pettendorf-Lengenfeld-Hopfenohe, d. 1110
  2. Berta of Boll, b. 1089, m. Adalbert of Ravenstein, Count of Elchingen, d. 1120
  3. Frederick II, Duke of Swabia, b. 1090 in Hohenstauffen Castle, Swabia, Germany, m. Judith of Bavaria (2), d. 1147
  4. Hildegard
  5. Conrad III, King of Germany, b. 1093 in Hohenstauffen Castle, Swabia, Germany, d. 1152
  6. Gisihild-Gisela
  7. Heinrich, b. 1096, d. 1105
  8. Beatrix, Abbess, b. 1098, d. 1130
  9. Kunigunde-Cuniza, b. 1108, m. Henry X, Duke of Bavaria, d. 1120/26
  10. Sophia, m. Count Adalbert
  11. Fides-Gertrud, m. Hermann III of Stahleck, Count Palatine of the Rhine

Spouse: Leopold III "The Saint", b. 1086 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, m. von Perg, ca. 1125 in Perg, Oberosterreich, Austria, d. 15 November 1136 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1096 in Babenberg, Austria

Father: Leopold II Margrave of Austria, b. ca. 1055 in Tulin, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 12 October 1096 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1075 in Austria
Mother: Ida of Formbach-Rateinberg, b. ca. 1060 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria, d. aft. 1101
Married 1106 in Germany.

Children:

  1. Leopold IV of Bavaria, b. ca. 1111 in Austria
  2. Henry II (Jasomirgott), b. 1114 in Austria
  3. Berta of Bavaria, m. Henry III, Burggraff of Regensburg
  4. Agnes de Bamberg, b. ca. 1113 in Wien, Austria, m. Wladyslaw II (Ladislas the Exile), ca. 1127 in Poland, d. aft. 25 January 1157 in Krakow, Poland
  5. Ernst of Bavaria
  6. Uta of Bavaria, m. Liutpold von Plain
  7. Otto, Bishop of Freising, b. ca. 1115 in Austria
  8. Conrad, Bishop of Passau and Archbishop of Saltzburg
  9. Elizabeth of Babenberg, m. Hermann II of Winzenburg
  10. Judith of Babenberg, m. William V of Montferrat
  11. Gertrude of Babenberg, m. Vladislaus II, King of Bohemia

Henry IV Staufen, b. 11 November 1050 in Goslar, Brunswick, Germany, m. Margaret of Babenberg (2?), m. Eupraxia of Kiev, 14 August 1089, d. 7 August 1106 in Liege, Belgium, He was crowned King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056 in Germany

Father: Henry III "The Black", Holy Roman Emperor, b. 28 October 1017 in Osterbeck, Netherlands, d. 5 October 1056 in Bodfeld, Hartz, Germany, He was crowned joint king of Germany, 1028 in Germany, he was made duke of Swabia, 1038 in Swabia, Germany, He succeeded as emperor and king, 1039 in Germany, He was crowned Holy Roman Emporer, 25 December 1046 in Germany
Mother: Agnes "The Colorless" of Aquitaine, b. ca. 1023, d. 14 December 1077
Henry was driven out of Saxony in 1073, but returned and defeated the Saxons at Hohenburg. He imprisonned rebellious German Bishops, which got him into trouble with Pope Gregory VII. Henry was excommunicated on 22 February, 1076, but absolved on 28 January, 1077.

Some of the German princes tried to depose Henry and place Rudolf, Duke of Swabia, on the throne. Civil war continued until 1080 when Rudolf was killed at Merseburg. Pope Gregory again excommunicated Henry who then succeeded in having the pope deposed and replaced with Guibert of Ravenna as Clement III.

Henry's eldsest son, Conrad, who had been crowned joint king in 1087, joined those rebelling against Henry. Henry deposed Conrad in 1098 and defeated his opponents. His second son, Henry V, then became joint king. Henry V then joined his father's enemies, captured his father, and forced him to promise to abdicate. Henry IV escaped from prison, rallied his supporters, and defeated his son shortly before his death.

Spouse: Bertha of Savoy, b. 21 September 1051 in Maurienne, Savoy, France, d. 27 December 1087

Father: Otto, Count of Savoy, b. ca. 1025 in Savoy, France
Mother: Adelaide of Susa, Margravine of Turin
Married 1066.

Children:

  1. Conrad of Lombardy, b. ca. 1067 in Germany
  2. Agnes of Germany, b. 1074 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, m. Frederick I, Duke of Swabia, 1086, m. Leopold III "The Saint", 1106 in Germany, d. 24 September 1143 in Austria
  3. Henry V of Germany, b. 8 January 1081 in Germany, m. Matilda the Empress, 1114, d. 23 May 1125 in Utrecht, Netherlands, He became Holy Roman Emperor, 1106

Henry III "The Black", Holy Roman Emperor, b. 28 October 1017 in Osterbeck, Netherlands, d. 5 October 1056 in Bodfeld, Hartz, Germany, He was crowned joint king of Germany, 1028 in Germany, he was made duke of Swabia, 1038 in Swabia, Germany, He succeeded as emperor and king, 1039 in Germany, He was crowned Holy Roman Emporer, 25 December 1046 in Germany

Father: Conrad II "The Salian", b. 990 in Speyer, Germany, d. 4 June 1039 in Utrecht, Germany, He became of King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1024 in Germany
Mother: Giselle of Swabia, b. 986 in Swabia, Germany, d. 14 February 1042
Called "Heinrich der Schwarze" in German, he resolved the dispute of rival popes Benedict IX, Sylvester III, and Gregory VI by having them all deposed. Suidger, bishop of Bamberg, then became Pope Clement II.

During his reign the power of the nobles was deminished while that of the Empire was extended. The Holy Roman Empire reached the summit of its power with Germany as its core. Henry founded many schools and built the cathedrals of Worms, Mainz, and Speyer.

Spouse: Gunhilda of Denmark, b. ca. 1020, d. 18 July 1038

Father: Canute the Great, b. ca. 1002, d. 1035, buried aft. 1035 in Winchester, Hampshire, England
Mother: Emma of Normandy, b. ca. 988, m. Ethelred II "the Unready" King of England, 1002, d. 6 March 1052
Married

Children:

  1. Beatrice of Quedlinburg, b. 1037, d. 13 July 1061

Spouse: Agnes "The Colorless" of Poitou, b. ca. 1023, d. 14 December 1077

Father: William V The Great, Duke of Aquitaine, b. ca. 980 in Poitou, France
Mother: Agnes of Burgundy, b. ca. 993
Married 21 November 1043.

Children:

  1. Adelaide II, Abbess of Quedlinburg, b. 1045, d. 11 January 1096 in Quedlinburg Abbey, Quedlinburg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
  2. Gisela of Germany, b. 1047 in Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, d. 6 May 1053
  3. Matilda of Germany, b. October 1048, m. Rudolf of Rheinfelden, 1059, d. 12 May 1060 in Pöhlde, Lower Saxony, Germany
  4. Henry IV Staufen, b. 11 November 1050 in Goslar, Brunswick, Germany, m. Margaret of Babenberg (2?), m. Bertha of Savoy, 1066, m. Praxedis of Kiev, 14 August 1089, d. 7 August 1106 in Liege, Belgium, He was crowned King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1056 in Germany
  5. Conrad II "the Child", Duke of Bavaria, b. September/October 1052 in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, d. 10 April 1055 in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
  6. Judith Maria of Swabia, b. 9 April 1054 in Goslar, Lower Saxony, Germany, m. Soloman, King of Hungary, 1063 in Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary, m. Wladyslaw I (Ladislas Herman), 1089, d. 14 March 1092/6

Conrad II "The Salian", b. 990 in Speyer, Germany, d. 4 June 1039 in Utrecht, Germany, He became of King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1024 in Germany

Father: Henry of Speyer, b. 965/70 in Speyer, Germany, m. Cunigunda of Luxembourg, d. bet. 989 and 992 in Germany
Mother: Adelaide of Alsace, b. ca. 975 in Alsace, Lorraine, France, d. 1046
Conrad ruled the Salian Empire as the House of Franconia.

The Encyclopedia Americana says Conrad had only one son, Henry.

Spouse: Giselle of Swabia, b. 986 in Swabia, Germany, m. Ernst I of Ostmark, ca. 1005, m. Bruno of Brunswick, 1015, d. 14 February 1042

Father: Herman II of Swabia, b. ca. 960, d. 1003
Mother: Gerberga of Burgundy, b. ca. 960 in Verberie sur Oise, France, d. 1016 in Swabia, Germany
The last three children may be by Giselle's other husbands.
Married 1016.

Children:

  1. Henry III "The Black", Holy Roman Emperor, b. 28 October 1017 in Osterbeck, Netherlands, m. Agnes "The Colorless" of Aquitaine, 21 November 1043, d. 5 October 1056 in Bodfeld, Hartz, Germany, He was crowned joint king of Germany, 1028 in Germany, he was made duke of Swabia, 1038 in Swabia, Germany, He succeeded as emperor and king, 1039 in Germany, He was crowned Holy Roman Emporer, 25 December 1046 in Germany
  2. Beatrix of Germany, b. ca. 1020, d. 1036
  3. Mathilde of Franconia, b. 1027
  4. Emelia of Germany, b. ca. 1018
  5. Ordulf (Otto) of Saxony, b. ca. 1020 in Saxony, Germany
  6. Count of Provence, b. ca. 1025

Henry of Speyer, b. 965/70 in Speyer, Germany, m. Cunigunda of Luxembourg, d. bet. 989 and 992 in Germany

Father: Otto I, Duke of Carinthia, b. ca. 948, d. 4 November 1004 in Carinthia, France
Mother: Judith of Verdun, d. 991
Henry is often mentioned as Henry, Count of Speyer and Count in the Wormsgau.

Spouse: Adelaide of Alsace, b. ca. 975 in Alsace, Lorraine, France, d. 1046

Married bef. 990.

Children:

  1. Conrad II "The Salian", b. 990 in Speyer, Germany, m. Giselle of Swabia, 1016, d. 4 June 1039 in Utrecht, Germany, He became of King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 1024 in Germany

Otto I, Duke of Carinthia, b. ca. 948, d. 4 November 1004 in Carinthia, France

Father: Conrad "the Wise (or "the Red")" of Lorraine, b. ca. 922 in Lorraine, France, d. 10 August 955
Mother: Luitgarde of Saxony, b. ca. 930 in Saxony, Germany, d. 953 in Lorraine, France
Otto is sometimes called Otto von Worms.

Spouse: Judith of Verdun, d. 991

Father: Henry of Verdun
Judith was possibly a grand-daughter of Arnulf I "the Bad" of Bavaria.
Married.

Children:

  1. Henry of Speyer, b. 965/70 in Speyer, Germany, m. Cunigunda of Luxembourg, m. Adelaide of Alsace, bef. 990, d. bet. 989 and 992 in Germany
  2. Bruno (Pope Gregory V) of Carinthia, d. 999
  3. Conrad I of Carinthia, b. ca. 975, m. Matilda of Swabia, d. 12 or 15 December 1011
  4. William, Bishop of Strasbourg

Conrad "the Wise (or "the Red")" of Lorraine, b. ca. 922 in Lorraine, France, d. 10 August 955

Father: Werner V of Worms, b. ca. 905 in Lorraine, France
Mother: Hicha of Swabia
Conrad was made Duke of Lorraine by Otto I the Great, and later married Otto's daughter. But Conrad revolted against Otto with the help of Otto's son, Luitdolph, and was stripped of his titles and lands.

Spouse: Luitgarde of Saxony, b. 932 in Saxony, Germany, d. 953 in Lorraine, France

Father: Otto I "the Great", b. 23 November 912 in Brunswick, Germany, d. 7 May 973 in Thuringia, Germany, He succeeded his father as King of Imperial Germany 936 in Aachen, Rhineland, Germany, He became King of Italy 961 in Rome, Italy, He was crowned Holy Roman Emperor, 2 February 962, buried aft. 7 May 973 in Magdeburg Cathedral, Magdeburg, Germany
Mother: Eadgyth (Edith of Wessex), b. ca. 908, d. 946, buried aft. 946 in Magdeburg Cathedral, Magdeburg, Germany
Married 947 in Lorraine, France.

Children:

  1. Otto I, Duke of Carinthia, b. ca. 948, m. Judith of Verdun, d. 4 November 1004 in Carinthia, France

Werner V of Worms, b. ca. 899 in Worms, Germany, d. ca. 935

Father: Werner IV of Worms
Mother: sister of Conrad I

Spouse: Hicha of Swabia

Father: Burchard II, Duke of Swabia
Mother: Regelinda of Zürich
Married ca. 928 in Saxony, Germany.

Children:

  1. Conrad "the Wise (or "the Red")" of Lorraine, b. ca. 922 in Lorraine, France, m. Luitgarde of Saxony, 947 in Lorraine, France, d. 10 August 955

Werner IV of Worms

Spouse: sister of Conrad I

Father: Conrad "The Elder", Duke of Thuringia, d. 27 February 906
Mother: Glismut, d. 26 April 924
Married

Children:

  1. Werner V of Worms, b. ca. 899 in Worms, Germany, m. Hicha of Swabia, d. ca. 935

Burchard II, Duke of Swabia, b. 883/4, , d. 29 April 926

Father: Burchard I, Duke of Swabia, b. 855/60, d. 5 or 23 November 911, cause of death was execution
Mother: Liutgard of Saxony, b. ca. 845, m. Louis "The Younger" King of Saxony, 874, d. 17 November 885
Spouse: Regelinda of Zürich, m. Herman, Duke of Swabia
Father: Eberhard I, Count of Zürich
Married

Children:

  1. Gisela, Abbess of Waldkirch, b. ca. 905, d. 26 October 923/5
  2. Hicha of Swabia, m. Werner V of Worms
  3. Burchard III, Duke of Swabia, b. ca. 915, d. 11 November 973
  4. Bertha of Swabia, b. ca. 907, m. Rudolph II, King of Burgundy, 922, m. Hugh of Arles, 12 December 937, d. 2 January 961
  5. Adalric, Monk at Einseideln Abbey, d. 973

Burchard I, Duke of Swabia, b. 855/60, d. 5 or 23 November 911, cause of death was execution

Father: Adalbert II, Count in Thurgau
Spouse: Liutgard of Saxony, b. ca. 845, m. Louis "The Younger" King of Saxony, 874, d. 17 November 885
Father: Liudolph, Duke of Saxony
Mother: Oda of Billung
Married

Children:

  1. Burchard II, Duke of Swabia, b. 883/4, m. Regelinda of Zürich, d. 29 April 926
  2. Odalric of Swabia, d. bef. 911
  3. Dietpirch of Swabia, m. Hubald, Count of Dillingen

Adalbert II, Count in Thurgau

Children:

  1. Adalbert III, Count in Thurgau, d. November 911, cause of death was execution
  2. Burchard I, Duke of Swabia, b. 855/60, m. Liutgard of Saxony, d. 5 or 23 November 911, cause of death was execution

Louis "the Child", King of Germany, b. 893 in Ottingen, Bavaria, Germany, d. 20 or 24 September 911 in Germany, Became king of the Franks, 899

Father: Arnulf, King of the Franks, b. ca. 850 in Carinthia, France, d. 8 December 899 in Germany, He became king of Germany, 887 in Germany, He defeated the Norsemen, 891 in Louvaine, France, Moravians Victory, 892, He invaded Italy and stormed Rome, 894 in Italy, He became Holy Roman Emperor, 896 in Rome, Italy
Mother: Ota, b. 873/4, d. 903
Louis was the last of the Carolingian kings of France.

Arnulf, King of the Franks, b. ca. 850 in Carinthia, France, d. 8 December 899 in Ratisbon (Regensberg), Bavaria, Germany, He became king of Germany, 887 in Germany, He defeated the Norsemen, 891 in Louvaine, France, Moravians Victory, 892, He invaded Italy and stormed Rome, 894 in Italy, He became Holy Roman Emperor, 896 in Rome, Italy

Father: Carloman of Bavaria, b. ca. 828 in Germany, d. 22 March 880 in Bavaria, Germany, He became King of Italy, 877 in Rome, Italy
Mother: Liutswind
Arnulf suffered from morbus pediculosis, an infestation of lice under the eyelid.

Spouse: Ota, b. 873/4, d. 903

Married ca. 893

Children:

  1. Louis "the Child", King of Germany, b. 893 in Ottingen, Bavaria, Germany, d. 20 or 24 September 911 in Germany, Became king of the Franks, 899
With Vinberga:
  1. Zwentibold of Lotharingia, b. 1 January 870 in Bavaria, Germany, m. Oda of Saxony, d. 13 August 900 in Lotharingia
  2. Ratold of Bavaria

Carloman of Bavaria, b. ca. 828 in Germany, d. 22 March 880 in Bavaria, Germany, He became King of Italy, 877 in Rome, Italy

Father: Louis II "the German", King of East Franks, b. ca. 810, d. 28 August 876 in Frankfurt, Germany
Mother: Emma (Hemma) of Altdorf, b. ca. 810, d. 31 January 876
Since he was old enough to participate in the civil war of 840, his date of birth is probably closer to 820. Carloman's death may have been on 21 September 880.

Spouse: Liutswind

Children:

  1. Arnulf, King of the Franks, b. ca. 850 in Carinthia, France, m. Ota, ca. 893, d. 8 December 899 in Ratisbon (Regensberg), Bavaria, Germany, He became king of Germany, 887 in Germany, He defeated the Norsemen, 891 in Louvaine, France, Moravians Victory, 892, He invaded Italy and stormed Rome, 894 in Italy, He became Holy Roman Emperor, 896 in Rome, Italy

Louis II "the German", King of East Franks, b. ca. 810, d. 28 August 876 in Frankfurt, Germany

Father: Louis I (Ludwig) "The Pious", b. 16 April 778 in Chasseneuil, Lot-et-Garonne, France, d. 20 June 840 in Ingelheim, Rhinehessen, Hesse, He became King of Aquitaine 781 in Aquitaine, France, He became King of France 814 in Paris, France, He became ruler of the Holy Roman Empire 814 in Rome, Italy
Mother: Ermengarde, Princess of Hesbaye, b. 778 in Hesbaye, Liege, Belgium, d. 3 October 818 in Angers, Maine et Loire, France

Spouse: Emma (Hemma) of Altdorf, b. ca. 810, d. 31 January 876

Father: Guelph I (Welf) Count of Alemannia, b. ca. 776 in Altdorf, Bavaria, d. ca. 830
Mother: Heilwig (Hedvig) Duchess of Bavaria, b. ca. 780 in Bavaria, d. 833
Emma (Hemma) is the sister of Louis' step-mother, Judith of Bavaria
Married 827.

Children:

  1. Hildegard, b. 828, d. 856
  2. Carloman of Bavaria, b. ca. 828 in Germany, m. Liutswind, d. 22 March 880 in Bavaria, Germany, He became King of Italy, 877 in Rome, Italy
  3. Irmgard (Ermengard) of Chiemsee, d. 866
  4. Gisela, m. Berthold I, Count Palatine of Swabia,
  5. Louis "The Younger" King of Saxony, b. ca. 830 in Germany, m. Liutgard of Saxony, 874
  6. Bertha, d. 877
  7. Charles III "the Fat", Holy Roman Emperor, b. ca. 832 in Swabia, Germany, d. 13 January 888 in Neidingen, Germany, He was granted lordship over Swabia, 876 in Swabia, Germany, He became King of Italy, 879 in Italy, He was crowned Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, 881
  8. Engleberga of Germany, b. ca. 832 in Germany, m. Louis II, King of France