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  1. Burkhard I, Lord of the House of Hohenzollern ( Latin: Burchardus, Burcardus; born c. before 1025; killed as part of a feud in 1061 [1]) is considered the first well-documented ancestor of the Hohenzollern dynasty. [2] Because of his name, it has been attempted to link the Hohenzollern family's descent to the medieval Burchardings family, but ...

    • Before 1025
    • (possibly) Irmentrud of Nellenburg
  2. Burkhard I. (Zollern) Burkhard I. von Zollern (de Zolorin), auch Burchard von Zollern, († 1061) ist der erste in einer zuverlässigen Quelle genannte Hohenzoller . Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Siehe auch 3 Literatur 4 Einzelnachweise Leben [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Bei der Herkunft der Zollern bleibt vieles im Dunkeln. [1]

    • Burchard von Zollern
    • gilt als erster verbürgerter Hohenzoller
    • 11. Jahrhundert
    • Burkhard I.
  3. Burchard I van Zollern (overleden in 1061) was tot aan zijn dood in 1061 graaf van Zollern. Hij is het eerst bekende lid het huis Hohenzollern . Levensloop [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken] Burchard I was vermoedelijk de zoon van graaf Frederik van Sülichgau en Irmentrud van Nellenburg, dochter van graaf Burchard. Zijn herkomst is echter niet zeker.

    • Frederik van Sülichgau (?)
    • Frederik I
    • Onbekend
    • -1061
  4. Death [ edit] I'm not sure Berthold's Annals actually tell us that Burkhard died as a result of a feud. Although I won't dispute that the sentence " Burchardus a et Wezil de Zolorin occiduntur " does mean that they were killed, does it necessarily mean that it occurred as a result of a feud.--.

  5. Burkhard I, Lord of Zollern. Burkhard I, Lord of the House of Hohenzollern ( Latin: Burchardus, Burcardus; born c. before 1025; killed as part of a feud in 1061 [1]) is considered the first well-documented ancestor of the Hohenzollern dynasty. [2] Because of his name, it has been attempted to link the Hohenzollern family's descent to the medieval ...

  6. Frederick I, Count of Zollern, was often cited as a powerful Swabian Count and supporter of the imperial party of Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor. He most likely was the son of Burkhard I,: XXIX and was married to Udilhild of the House of Urach,: LXXXVII which house later became the Fürstenberg family. They had nine children;: LXXXVII his eldest son was Frederick II. A younger son was Burkhard, who founded the Zollern-Hohenberg line. Frederick was the first reeve of the Swabian ...