She was buried in the Cistercian monastery of Raitenhaslach near Burghausen. Wikipedia.org - Hedwig of Bavaria. The wedding ceremony took place that day at St. Martin's Church, with the service being officiated by Bernhard von Rohr, Archbishop of Salzburg. George of Poděbrady sought the support of Poland, promising the succession of the eldest son of Casimir IV, Vladislaus in exchange of their help. The author of this publication would love to hear from you! Hedwig BAVARIA's parents: Heinrich + II(I) (919-955) and Judith + of BAVARIA (919-978) Hedwig BAVARIA's siblings: Hermann + of NORTHEIM (945- ) , Heinrich II of BAVARIA (951- … Hedwig of Bavaria von Hesbaye (born von Wittelsbach)was born in 753, at birth place. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. Hedwig Duchess of had a spouse/partner named Guelph I (Welf I) Duke Of Bavaria and seven children named Judith "The Fair" Princess of, Count of, Raoul Count of, Emma Princess Of, Conrad I (Konrad I) Count of, Rudolf Of, Ethico of. Hedwig died on 19 April 843 in Bayern, Frankish Empire (present Germany) and was buried in Bayern Lande. Mathilda d'Andech von Altdorf. Deceased persons do not fall within the scope of these legal provisions. by Cesare Rivera, I Conti de' Marsi e la loro discendenze fino alla fondazione dell'Aquila, (Teramo, 1915). Enter your e-mail address and you will receive the monthly, free Genealogy Online newsletter (in English) with new pedigrees and news and tips on the largest genealogy website in the Netherlands and Belgium. 0797-0843. As a result, on 7 or 10 September 1474, Duke Louis IX of Bavaria-Landshut sent an official message asking Hedwig's hand for his son. Ingram was born in 747, in Ville-en-Hesbaye, Liege, Belgium. On 14 November 1475, Hedwig and her retinue finally arrived in Landshut, an event which inspired the famous medieval pageant Landshut Wedding. Born in Kraków, she was the eldest daughter of King Casimir IV of Poland of Poland and Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria. 0790-0862. Hedwig (c. 778 – 19 April 843) was a Saxon noble woman, the wife of Count Welf and mother-in-law of Emperor Louis the Pious through his marriage to Judith, her daughter. Due to the fact that the future spouses were closely related (Hedwig's maternal grandfather Albert V of Austria was a brother of George's paternal grandmother, Margaret of Austria), the Polish Royal Chancellor Uriel Górka travelled to Rome in 1475 to seek the required dispensation, which was granted by Pope Sixtus IV on 26 May of that year. HRE Ferdinand I's 20-Great Half-Aunt. The next day, the marriage contract was signed. Judith, Holy Roman Empress and Queen of the Franks, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hedwig_of_Bavaria&oldid=969405677, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 July 2020, at 06:41. Henry founded a Cistercain convent at Trebnitz, as well as hospitals and monasteries. Hedwig (c. 778 – 19 April 843) was a Saxon noble woman, the wife of Count Welf and mother-in-law of Emperor Louis the Pious through his marriage to Judith, her daughter. Genealogical publications are copyright protected. Major children and living persons must directly contact the, Relationship with Count Ingerman Of Hesbaye (spouse), List of all individuals in the family tree. In accordance with the legal provisions, you can ask for the removal of your name and the name of your minor children.