Udo av Lahngau
född 836, död 895
Udo av Lahngau
f. 836
Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland

d. 895
Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland

Greve av Lahngau

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Gebhard av Lahngau

f. 810
Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland
d. 879
Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland
Greve av Lahngau

Wartrun av Nordgau

f. 820
Oberpfalz, Bayern, Tyskland
d. 875
Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland

Ernst av Nordgau

f. 790 Oberpfalz, Bayern, Tyskland
d. 845 Oberpfalz, Bayern, Tyskland


f. 800 Oberpfalz, Bayern, Tyskland
d. 855 Oberpfalz, Bayern, Tyskland

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Udo av Lahngau, född 836 i Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland, död 895 i Lahngau, Hessen, Tyskland. Greve av Lahngau.

M Conrad av LAHNGAU 860-906
M Eberhard av LAHNGAU 862-903
M Rudolph av LAHNGAU 864-908
M Gebhard av LAHNGAU 867-910

Udo was a nobleman of East Francia. and older brother of Berengar I of Neustria. He and his brother were afforded their position in the March of Neustria both by kinship to Adalard the Seneschal and the favour of Charles the Bald.

With his brothers, Berengar and Waldo the Abbot, he took part in the 861 revolt of Carloman of Bavaria, possible his cousin-in-law, against Louis the German. The revolt was crushed and the three brothers fled with their relative Adalard to the court of the West Frankish king, Charles the Bald, who granted them wardship of the march against the Vikings while the march against the Bretons was granted to Robert the Strong.

Charles' patronage of the family provoked the jealousy of the Rorgonids, the most powerful family local to Neustria and then controlling the ducatus Cenomannicus (Maine). In 865, they allied with Saloman of Brittany and attacked the brothers. Charles, to attain peace, took the march back and gave it to Gauzfrid, a Rorgonid.

A charter of 879 mentions Udo and his brothers taking part in the foundation of the college of Gemünden. Evidently, the death of Louis the German in 876 had allowed them to return to the court of Carloman.

He left a son, Conrad, Duke of Thuringia, who was the founder of the Conradine dynasty and father of Conrad I of Germany. One younger son, Rudolf, became Bishop of Würzburg, and another, Gebhard, became Duke of Lotharingia.

Gebhard av Lahngau, född 867, död 910-06-22

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