Agnes de Bamberg, b. ca. 1113 in Wien, Austria, d. aft. 25 January 1157 in Krakow, Poland

Father: Leopold III "The Saint", b. 1073 in Babenberg Castle, Melk, Austria, d. 15 November 1136 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1096 in Babenberg, Austria
Mother: Agnes of Germany, b. 1074 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 24 September 1143 in Austria
She was also known as Agnieszka. She has been called "one of the most famous beauties of her time".

Spouse: Wladyslaw II (Ladislas the Exile), b. 1105 in Krakow, Poland, m. Christine, Princess of Saxony, 1153, d. 30 May 1159 in Poland, He became ruler of Poland, 1138 in Poland, He was removed as ruler of Silesia, 1146 in Silesia, Poland

Father: Boleslaw III Krzywousty, b. 20 August 1085 in Krakow, Poland, d. 28 October 1138 in Poland, He became King of Poland, 1102 in Poznan, Poznan, Poland
Mother: Zbyslawa Sviatopulkovna, b. ca. 1087 in Kiev, Muscovy, Ukraine, d. 1113 in Poland
Married ca. 1127 in Poland.

Children:

  1. Mieszko II Platonogi of Opole
  2. Boleslaw I Wysoki of Silesia
  3. Richilde of Poland, b. ca. 1131 in Wroclaw, Poland, m. Raimond II Berenger, Count of Provence, m. Alfonso VII, King of Castile, 1152 in Wroclaw, Poland, m. Raimond V, Count of Toulouse, 1166, d. 16 June 1185 in Castile, Spain

Leopold III "The Saint", b. 1073 in Babenberg Castle, Melk, 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. 1050 in Tulin, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 12 October 1095 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1075 in Austria
Mother: Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg, Countess of Cham, b. ca. 1060 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria, d. aft. 1101

Children:

  1. Albert II (Adalbert) "The Devout", d. 1137

Spouse: Agnes of Germany, b. 1074 in Klosterneuburg, Niederösterreich, Austria, m. Frederick I, Duke of Swabia, 1086, 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 Maurienne, b. 21 September 1051 in Maurienne, Savoy, France, d. 27 December 1087
Married 1106 in Germany.

Children:

  1. Leopold IV of Bavaria, b. ca. 1111 in Austria
  2. Henry II (Jasomirgott), Duke of Austria, b. 1107/14 in Austria, m. Gertrude of Süpplingenburg, 1 May 1142 in Brunswick, Belgium, m. Theodora Komnene, 1148, d. 13 January 1177 in Vienna, 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

Leopold II Margrave of Austria, b. 1050 in Tulin, Niederösterreich, Austria, d. 12 October 1095 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1075 in Austria

Father: Ernest "The Brave" of Austria, b. 1027 in Austria, d. 10 June 1075 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1055 in Austria
Mother: Adelaide of Eilenberg
He was known as Leopold the Fair.

Spouse: Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg, Countess of Cham, b. ca. 1060 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria, d. aft. 1101

Married ca. 1065 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria.
Leopold and Ida had four more daughters.

Children:

  1. Leopold III "The Saint", b. 1073 in Babenberg Castle, Melk, Austria, m. Agnes of Germany, 1106 in Germany, m. von Perg, ca. 1125 in Perg, Oberosterreich, Austria, d. 15 November 1136 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1096 in Babenberg, Austria
  2. Ida of Babenberg, m. Liutpold of Znojmo, Duke of Moravia
  3. Elizabeth of Babenberg, b. ca. 1088 in Austria

Ernest "The Brave" of Austria, b. 1027 in Austria, m. Swanhild of Ungarnmark, 1072, d. 10 June 1075 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1055 in Austria

Father: Adalbert "the Valient" of Austria, b. in Austria, m. Glismod of West Saxony, d. 26 May 1055 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1018 in Austria
Mother: Frozza (Adelheid) Orseolo

Spouse: Adelaide of Eilenberg, b. 1040, d. 26 January 1071

Father: Dedi I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark, b. 1004, m. Adela of Louvaine, aft. 1067, d. October 1075
Mother: Oda of Lusatia, m. William III of Weimar, d. bef. 1068
Married 1060

Children:

  1. Leopold II Margrave of Austria, b. ca. 1055 in Tulin, Niederösterreich, Austria, m. Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg, Countess of Cham, ca. 1065 in Cham, Oberphalz, Bavaria, d. 12 October 1096 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1075 in Austria
  2. Justitia, m. Otto II, Count of Wolfratshausen, d. 1020/2
  3. Adalbert of Pernegg, Count of Bogen
  4. Daughter Babenberg, m. Herman I, Count of Poigen

Adalbert "the Valient" of Austria, b. in Austria, m. Glismod of West Saxony, d. 26 May 1055 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1018 in Austria

Father: Leopold I "the Illustrious", Margrave of Austria, b. bef. 948 in Austria, d. 994 in Austria
Mother: Richardis of Sualafeldgau

Spouse: Frozza (Adelheid) Orseolo

Father: Otto Orseolo, Doge of Venice, b. 992, d. 1032
Mother: Grimelda (Gizella)
Married
I have diverted the lineage to another page which I believe is more accurate. I have left the lines below because it may be correct other than the connection with Leopold I.

Children:

  1. Ernest "The Brave" of Austria, b. 1027 in Austria, d. 10 June 1075 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1055 in Austria

Otto Orseolo, Doge of Venice, b. 992, d. 1032

Father: Pietro II Orseolo, Doge of Venice, d. 1009
Mother: Maria Candiano
Spouse: Grimelda (Gizella)
Father: Géza, Grand Prince of Hungary, b. ca. 940, m. Sarolt of Transylvania, d. 997
Mother: Adelaide (Adleta) of Poland
Because Sarolt out-lived Géza, it is believed that she may have been the mother of all of his children instead of Adelaide.
Married ca. 1009

Children:

  1. Pietro (Peter), King of Hungary
  2. Frozza (Adelheid) Orseolo, m. Adalbert "the Valient" of Austria
  3. Felicia Orseolo, m. Nicolo Bembo

Pietro II Orseolo, Doge of Venice, b. 928, d. 10 January 987

In the sources I have seen there appears to be some confusion of Pietro II with Pietro I Orseolo, Doge of Venice. In the story of Otto's appointment as Doge, it is said his father Pietro II abdicated to become a monk, which is the same story told of Pietro I. So the Pietros may actualy be the same person.
Spouse: Maria Candiano
Father: Vitale Candiano, Doge of Venice, d. 979
Married

Children:

  1. Otto Orseolo, Doge of Venice, b. 992, m. Grimelda (Gizella), ca. 1009, d. 1032
  2. Domenico Orseolo

Vitale Candiano, Doge of Venice, d. 979

Father: Pietro III Candiano, Doge of Venice
Mother: Arcielda Candiano

Children:

  1. Maria Candiano, m. Pietro II Orseolo, Doge of Venice

Pietro III Candiano, Doge of Venice

Father: Pietro II Candiano
I have seen further information about this family, but due to the fact that the writers did not appear to have a firm grasp on the relationships between the members, I have decided to not continue with this line until I can find more trustworthy information. For instance, Pietro III is listed as the father of Vitali, yet Vitali is not listed as a child of Pietro III. Also, see the note on Pietro II Orseolo, Doge of Venice.
Spouse: Arcielda Candiano
Married

Children:

  1. Pietro IV Candiano, Doge of Venice, b. 930, d. 976
  2. Domingo Candiano, Bishop of Torcello
  3. Elena Candiano, m. Gerardo Guoro

Géza, Grand Prince of Hungary, b. ca. 940, d. 997

Father: Taksony, Grand Prince of the Hungarians, b. ca. 931, d. ca. 973
Géza was baptized as Stephen, though he continued acts of pagan worship.
Spouse: Sarolt of Transylvania
Father: Gyula of Transylvania
Married

Children:

  1. Judith? of Hungary, m. Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus "the Brave")
  2. daughter of Géza (1), m. Gavril Radomir of Bulgaria
  3. Stephen I, King of Hungary, m. Giselle of Bavaria
  4. daughter of Géza (2), m. Samuel of Hungary
Spouse: Adelaide (Adleta) of Poland
Married
It is possible that Grimelda is the daughter of Sarolt above.

Children:

  1. Grimelda (Gizella), m. Otto Orseolo, Doge of Venice

Leopold I of Babenberg, b. bef. 948 in Austria, d. 994 in Austria

Father: Hermann, Duke of Franconia, b. ca. 900 in Franconia, d. 948
Mother: Widow of Burkhard of Swabia, b. ca. 905 in Raetia, Swabia

Children:

  1. Adalbert "the Valient" of Austria, b. in Austria, m. Glismod of West Saxony, d. 26 May 1055 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 1018 in Austria
  2. Henry I of Austria, d. ca. 1018 in Austria, He became Margrave of Austria, 994 in Austria

Hermann, Duke of Franconia, b. ca. 900 in Franconia, d. 948

Father: Conrad I "The Younger" of Franconia, b. ca. 890 in Babenberg, Austria, d. 23 December 918 in Germany, He became King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 911
Mother: Cunigunde of Swabia, b. ca. 880 in Brunswick, Germany, m. Liutpold, Margrave of Bavaria, ca. 900

Spouse: Widow of Burkhard of Swabia, b. ca. 905 in Raetia, Swabia, m. Burkhard, Count of Swabia, ca. 925 in Swabia, Germany

Married ca. 930.

Children:

  1. Ida of Franconia, b. 931 in Franconia
  2. Leopold I of Babenberg, b. bef. 948 in Austria, d. 994 in Austria

Conrad I "The Younger" of Franconia, b. ca. 890 in Babenberg, Austria, d. 23 December 918 in Weilburg Castle, Germany, He became King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 911

Father: Conrad "The Elder", Duke of Thuringia, d. 27 February 906
Mother: Glismut, d. 26 April 924
Conrad is also referred to as Conrad I of Germany.

Spouse: Cunigunde of Swabia, b. ca. 880 in Brunswick, Germany, m. Liutpold, Margrave of Bavaria, ca. 900

Father: Berthold I, Count Palatine of Swabia, b. ca. 850 in Saxony, Germany, d. 12 November 912 in Saxony, Germany
Mother: Gisela, b. 859 in Paris, France
Married 913.

Children:

  1. Hermann, Duke of Franconia, b. 913 in Franconia, m. Widow of Burkhard of Swabia, ca. 930, d. 948
  2. Cunigunda of Franconia, b. 913, m. Werner of Worms

Conrad "The Elder", Duke of Thuringia, d. 27 February 906

Father: Odo of Neider Lahngau
Mother: Judith
Spouse: Glismut, d. 26 April 924
Glismut may have been the daughter of Thachulf or another duke of Thuringia
Married

Children:

  1. Conrad I "The Younger" of Franconia, b. ca. 890 in Babenberg, Austria, m. Cunigunde of Swabia, 913, d. 23 December 918 in Weilburg Castle, Germany, He became King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 911
  2. Eberhard, Duke of Franconia, d. 939, cause of death was the Battle of Andernach
  3. Otto, Count of the Ruhrgau
  4. sister of Conrad I, m. Werner IV of Worms

Berthold I, Count Palatine of Swabia

Spouse: Gisela

Father: Louis II "the German", King of East Franks
Mother: Emma (Hemma) of Altdorf
Married

Children:

  1. Cunigunde of Swabia, b. ca. 880 in Brunswick, Germany, m. Liutpold, Margrave of Bavaria, ca. 900, m. Conrad I "The Younger" of Franconia, 913

Eberhard of Franconia, d. aft. 936 in Babenberg, Austria

Father: Adalbert of Franconia, d. 906, cause of death was beheading at Theres Castle.

Children:

  1. Conrad I of Franconia, b. ca. 890 in Babenberg, Austria, m. Daughter of Otto "The Great", d. 918 in Germany, He became King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor, 911

Adalbert of Franconia, d. 906, cause of death was beheading at Theres Castle.

Father: Henry of Franconia, b. in Babenberg, Austria, d. 886 in France, he was killed in battle against the Normans.

Children:

  1. Eberhard of Franconia, d. aft. 936 in Babenberg, Austria

Henry of Franconia, b. in Babenberg, Austria, d. 886 in France, he was killed in battle against the Normans.

Father: Poppo of Grapfeld, b. in Babenberg, Austria
Spouse: Ingeltrude of Friuli, b. 837/40, d. 870
Father: Eberhard, Duke of Friuli
Mother: Gisela
Married

Children:

  1. Adalbert of Franconia, d. 906, cause of death was beheading at Theres Castle.
  2. Berenger II of Neustria, b. ca. 855 in Vermandois, Aisne, Picardy, France, d. 896
  3. Hathui (Hedwiga) of Babenberg, b. 859 in Paris, France, m. Otto "the Illustrious", Duke of Saxony

Poppo of Grapfeld, b. in Babenberg, Austria, d. 839/41

Those listed as his children may actually be grandchildren.
Children:
  1. Henry of Franconia, b. in Babenberg, Austria, d. 886 in France, he was killed in battle against the Normans.
  2. Poppo II, Duke of Thuringia, d. aft. 906
  3. Egino, Duke of Thuringia, d. 3 August 908, cause of death was in battle with the Magyars

Dedi I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark, b. 1004, d. October 1075

Father: Dietrich (Theodoric) II of Wettin, Margrave of Lower Lusatia, b. ca. 989, d. 19 November 1034
Mother: Mathilda of Meissen
Spouse: Oda of Lusatia, m. William III of Weimar, d. bef. 1068
Father: Thietmar, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark
Married aft. April 1039

Children:

  1. Dedi II "The Younger", Margrave of Lusatia, d. 26 October 1069, cause of death was assassination while relieving himself.
  2. Adelaide of Eilenberg, b. 1040, m. Ernest "The Brave" of Austria, 1060, d. 26 January 1071
Spouse: Adela of Louvaine, m. Otto I, Margrave of Meissen
Married aft. 1067

Children:

  1. Henry, Margrave of Lusatia and Meissen
  2. Conrad of Lusatia, died in battle with the Wends

Dietrich (Theodoric) II of Wettin, Margrave of Lower Lusatia, b. ca. 989, d. 19 November 1034, cause of death was murder by his brother-in-law, Eckard II

Father: Dedo I Merseburg of Wettin, b. ca. 950, d. 13 November 1009
Mother: Thietberga of Nordmark
Spouse: Mathilda of Meissen
Father: Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen
Mother: Suanhilde of Saxony, b. bet. 945 - 955, m. Thietmar I, Margrave of Meissen, 970, d. 26 November 1014
Married

Children:

  1. Dedi I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark, b. 1004, m. Oda of Lusatia, m. Adela of Louvaine, aft. 1067, d. October 1075
  2. Frederick, Bishop of Münster, b. ca. 1020, d. 1084
  3. Thimo, Count of Wettin, b. ca. 1034, d. 1101
  4. Gero, Count of Brehna, b. 1020, d. 1089
  5. Konrad, Count of Camburg, d. 1040
  6. Rikdag of Wettin
  7. Ida (Hidda) of Wettin, m. Spitignew II, Duke of Bohemia

Dedo I Merseburg of Wettin, b. ca. 950, d. 13 November 1009

Father: Theodoric I of Wettin, b. ca. 916, d. ca. 976, cause of death was possibly in battle with the Hungarians
Mother: Jutta of Merseburg
Spouse: Thietberga of Nordmark
Married

Children:

  1. Dietrich (Theodoric) II of Wettin, Margrave of Lower Lusatia, b. ca. 989, m. Mathilda of Meissen, d. 19 November 1034

Theodoric I of Wettin, b. ca. 916, d. ca. 976, cause of death was possibly in battle with the Hungarians

Theodoric was also known as Thierry I of Liesgau. His ancestry is not known, but three possibilities for his father are Dedi I, Count in the Hassegau, Burchard I, Duke of Swabia, and Volkmar I, Count in the Harzgau.
Spouse: Jutta of Merseburg
Married

Children:

  1. Dedo I Merseburg of Wettin, b. ca. 950, m. Thietberga of Nordmark, d. 13 November 1009
  2. Frederick I, Count of Eilenburg, d. 1017

Thietmar, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark

Children:

  1. Oda of Lusatia, m. William III of Weimar, m. Dedi I, Margrave of the Saxon Ostmark, aft. April 1039, d. bef. 1068

Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen, d. 30 April 1002

Father: Gunther, Margrave of Merseburg
Mother: Dubravka the Czech, b. ca. 925 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, d. 977
Spouse: Suanhilde of Saxony, b. bet. 945 - 955, m. Thietmar I, Margrave of Meissen, 970, d. 26 November 1014
Father: Hermann Billung, b. bet. 900 - 912, m. Hildegarde of Westerburg, d. 27 March 973 in Quedlinburg
Mother: Oda
Married bef. 1000

Children:

  1. Liutgard of Meissen, m. Werner, Margrave of the Northern March, d. 1012
  2. Herman I, Margrave of Meissen, m. Regelinda Boleslavna, d. 1038
  3. Eckard II, Margrave of Meissen, m. Uta of Ballenstedt, d. 24 January 1046
  4. Gunther, Archbishop of Salzberg, d. 1025
  5. Eilward, Bishop of Meissen, d. 1023
  6. Mathilda of Meissen, m. Dietrich (Theodoric) II of Wettin, Margrave of Lower Lusatia
  7. Oda "The Younger", b. ca. 925, m. Boleslaw Chrobry (Boleslaus "the Brave"), d. aft. 1025

Gunther, Margrave of Merseburg Spouse: Dubravka the Czech, b. ca. 925 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia, m. Mieszko I, Prince of the Polanians, 965, d. 977

Father: Boleslav I "The Cruel", Duke of Bohemia, b. ca. 900 in Bohemia, d. 15 July 967 in Bohemia, He became Duke of Bohemia 929 in Bohemia
Mother: Bozena, Duchess of Bohemia, b. ca. 901 in Praha, Praha, Czechoslovakia
Married

Children:

  1. Eckard I, Margrave of Meissen, m. Suanhilde of Saxony, bef. 1000, d. 30 April 1002
  2. Gunzelin of Kuckenburg
  3. Bruno of Meissen





Ancestor families report created by Gene 4.3.4, Mon, Jan 26, 2004