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  • ID: I02185
  • Name: Friedrich II Count of DIESSEN 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1003 in Diessen am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany
  • Birth: ABT 1020 2
  • Death: 23 JAN 1074/75 1
  • Note:
    NOTE: Leo has Friedrich I & II as brothers (sons of Dietrich I Graf im Wasserburg), both being "Graf/Count" of Diessen. According to Leo, Friedrich I had a son & heir Berthold II Graf von Diessen, so why did his younger brother Friedrich II also become a count of the same area? It doesn't make sense.

    Since Leo has Dietrich I Graf im Wasserburg as son of Berthold I Graf an der Oberen Isar, I am just ignoring Dietrich, and staying with Friedrich I being a son of Berthold I.

    Leo states Friedrich I was b. c1003, which is the date I have for Friedrich II.

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    Wikipedia agrees with me, in that Friedrich I & II are father & son (although I don't agree with their estimated birth date):

    FRIEDRICH II, COUNT OF DIESSEN
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Frederick II, Count of Dießen (also known as Frederick I of Regensburg, 1030 – 1075 in Sankt Blasien Abbey in the Black Forest) was a German nobleman. He acted as Vogt of the cathedral chapter of Regensburg. He is one of the earliest known members of his family.

    Life
    His father was Count Frederick I of Dießen (d. c.?1030), who administered the area around Dießen and Haching. His mother was Hemma, a daughter of Conrad I, Duke of Swabia.

    He became vogt of the cathedral chapter of Regensburg in 1035. In 1055, he became Count in the Sempt area.

    He died in 1075, as a lay brother in the Sankt Blasien Abbey in the Black Forest.

    Marriages and issue
    Frederick married three times:

    Hadamut (d. 1060), a daughter of Eberhard of Eppenstein. Together, they had one daughter:
    Haziga, also known as Hadegunde, married Herman of Kastl and secondly Otto I, Count of Scheyern

    Irmgard of Gilching. Together, they had the following children:
    Arnold, succeeded his father as Count of Dießen
    Uta
    Frederick, succeeded as Vogt of the cathedral chapter of Regensburg
    Meinhard, succeeded as Count of Gilching
    Hemma
    Liutgard, married Count Adalbert I of Bogen
    Berthold, Count jure uxoris of Schwarzenburg

    Tuta, a daughter of the Vogt Hartwig I of Regensburg. This marriage was childless.




    Father: Friedrich I Count von DIESSEN b: 972 in Oberen Isar, Landsberg, Bavaria
    Mother: Hemma von OHNINGEN b: ABT 976 in Ohningen, Konstanz, Baden, Germany

    Marriage 1 Irmgarde\Irmingard of GILCHING b: ABT 1005 in Gilching, Starnberg, Bavaria
      Children
      1. Has Children Hadagundal\Haziga von DIESSEN b: ABT 1028 in Diessen am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany
      2. Has Children Uta von DIESSEN b: ABT 1035
      3. Has Children Arnulf Graf von DIESSEN b: ABT 1033 in Diessen am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany

      Sources:
      1. Title: Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org
        Page: Friedrich II Graf von Diessen
      2. Title: Leo's Genealogics Website (Leo van de Pas), www.genealogics.org
        Page: Friedrich II Graf von Diessen
        Text: NOTE: I believe Leo's date is a bit late. Leo states Friedrich was mentioned in 1035, which usually indicates he was of age (b. bef. 1114).
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