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  1. Eticho Ii ALSACE: Birth: Abt 673 in Of,,Alsace,France. Death: Abt 723

  2. Adalbert, Duke of Alsace: Birth: Abt 675 in Alsace,France. Death: 5 DEC 741 in France


Notes
a. Note:   OCCU Duke of Alsace ... SOUR members.aol.com/sargen3 SOUR members.aol.com/sargen3 says 690, France; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 150 says c690; COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1607 says 20 Feb 690; SOUR COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve), p. 13; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 150, 164; ANJOU.TXT (Compuserve); ETICHO I, son of LEUDEFREDUS II and ?: [EXCERPTED FROM: G.A. Moriarty's PLANTAGENET ANCESTRY; all material in double- quotes is a direct quote from him.] "The early history of the House of Eticho is very obscure and in great confusion. The books give a long pedigree from Eticho I, D. of Alsace, who lived about 675-700 and married Berswinde, dau of the Merovingian King Sisiberth (b. 631; d. 656), the son of King Dagobert (d. 639?), but they offer no valid proof. Count Hugh le Mefiant of Tours (d. 836), the trusted official of Charlemagne, undoubtedly belonged to this family, and Abbe Achaume suggests that he may have been a son of a Hugh, who was "princeps" in Burgundy, and who married Bertha, daughter of a Count Guibert and Ada (VITA HILTRUDIS), and he may be the Hugh who in 785 made a gift to Fulda for the soul of his son, Hohiconi [?] (Schannat's "Traditiones Fuldenses," no. 15). If this is so the elder Hugh _may_ have been a brother of Luitfrid II, C. of Upper Alsace, who died in 802. (Chaume's ORIGINES, vol. I, p.424)." -ANJOU.TXT (Compuserve) Adalric; head of the House of Ethiconides - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 164
OCCU Duke of Alsace ... SOUR members.aol.com/sargen3 SOUR members.aol.com/sargen3 says 690, France; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 150 says c690; COMYNI.GED (Compuserve), #1607 says 20 Feb 690; SOUR COMYN4.TAF (Compuserve), p. 13; Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 150, 164; ANJOU.TXT (Compuserve); ETICHO I, son of LEUDEFREDUS II and ?: [EXCERPTED FROM: G.A. Moriarty's PLANTAGENET ANCESTRY; all material in double- quotes is a direct quote from him.] "The early history of the House of Eticho is very obscure and in great confusion. The books give a long pedigree from Eticho I, D. of Alsace, who lived about 675-700 and married Berswinde, dau of the Merovingian King Sisiberth (b. 631; d. 656), the son of King Dagobert (d. 639?), but they offer no valid proof. Count Hugh le Mefiant of Tours (d. 836), the trusted official of Charlemagne, undoubtedly belonged to this family, and Abbe Achaume suggests that he may have been a son of a Hugh, who was "princeps" in Burgundy, and who married Bertha, daughter of a Count Guibert and Ada (VITA HILTRUDIS), and he may be the Hugh who in 785 made a gift to Fulda for the soul of his son, Hohiconi [?] (Schannat's "Traditiones Fuldenses," no. 15). If this is so the elder Hugh _may_ have been a brother of Luitfrid II, C. of Upper Alsace, who died in 802. (Chaume's ORIGINES, vol. I, p.424)." -ANJOU.TXT (Compuserve) Adalric; head of the House of Ethiconides - Royalty for Commoners, Roderick W. Stuart, p. 164
OCCU Duke of Alsace REGN @N3490@ DATE 10 JAN 1999
NSFX Head of the House of Ethiconides TYPE Book AUTH Stuart, Roderick W. PERI Royalty for Commoners EDTN 3d PUBL Genealogical Publishing co., Inc, Baltimore, MD (1998) ISB 0-8063-1561-X TEXT 224-42 TYPE Book AUTH ´┐ŻA or c:Weis, Frederick Lewis PERI Ancestral Roots EDTN 7th PUBL Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD (1999) TEXT 181-1 ACED DATE 0662 DATE 25 MAY 2000


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