Agatha von Braunschweig

F, (between 1023 and 1030 - after 1067)
Father-Biological*Ludwig von Braunschweig ~ Count in the Derlingau b. c 1003, d. 23 Apr 1038
Mother-Biological*Gertrude von Egisheim d. 21 Jul 1077
Family Lines
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Boudreau Line
Last Edited=20 Apr 2023
     Agatha von Braunschweig was born between 1023 and 1030.1 She was the daughter of Ludwig von Braunschweig ~ Count in the Derlingau and Gertrude von Egisheim.

Agatha von Braunschweig married Edward the Exile, son of Edmund Ironside King of England and Ealgyth of Northumbria.1,2,3,4 Agatha von Braunschweig died after 1067.

Compeller's Notes:
Parents: She is said to be the daughter of either: St. Stephen I, King of Hungary; or, Ludolphe, Margrave of Saxony; or, St. Henry II, Emperor of Germany; or, Gavril Radomir, Emperor of Bulgaria and his Hungarian wife. Moore (2019) as proved Ludolphe (Ludwig.)5

Children of Agatha von Braunschweig and Edward the Exile


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  3. Sewell, Robert James. Sewell: A History of the Sewell Family from the Earliest Times. N.p.: manuscript, 2008.
  4. Moriarty, G. Andrews. "Agatha, Wife of the Atheling Eadward", The New England Historical and Genealogical Register volume CVI (January 1952).
  5. Moore, Keith. "Agatha, her Ancestry and the Dunfermline Life of St Margaret", Foundations: Journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy Volume 11 (2019).