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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) is considered the first well-documented ancestor of the Hohenzollern dynasty.

    • Before 1025
    • (possibly) Irmentrud of Nellenburg
  2. The cadet Swabian [13] branch of the House of Hohenzollern was founded by Frederick IV, Count of Zollern. The family ruled three territories with seats at, respectively, Hechingen, Sigmaringen and Haigerloch. The counts were elevated to princes in 1623. The Swabian branch of the Hohenzollerns is Roman Catholic .

    • Before 1061
  3. 5 de dic. de 2022 · About Burchard I von Zollern, Graf. He was the founder of the so-called Burchardinger family line, male-line ancestors of the House of Hohenzollern. In line with many dynasties, origin and beginning of the Hohenzollern dynasty is not defined in history.

    • circa 1038
    • Zollern, Wessingen, Hohaenzollern, Prussia
  4. Frederick I, Count of Zollern (nicknamed Maute; died: before 1125 [1] ), 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, [2] : XXIX and was married to Udilhild (or Udahild) of the House of Urach (died: 11.

  5. In Hohenzollern dynasty. Burchard I, the first recorded ancestor of the dynasty, was count of Zollern in the 11th century. In the third and fourth generation from him two lines were formed: that of Zollern-Hohenberg, extinct in all its branches by 1486, and that of the burgraves of….