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  • ID: I160569
  • Name: Arnold I Von Scheyern
  • Given Name: Arnold I
  • Surname: Von Scheyern
  • Suffix: Graf Von Dachau
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1057 in Scheyern, Germany
  • Death: 26 Mar 1123 to 26 Mar 1123 in Dachau, Germany
  • Burial: Abt 1123 Scheyern, Bayern, Tyskland
  • _UID: B4B20DB552CA41E0A2EBAFA477C03C762E5A
  • Change Date: 6 Jan 2013 at 23:45
  • Note:
    http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/BAVARIAN%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc256875998

    According to Wegener[1578], Otto [I] Graf von Scheyern was the possible son of Heinrich [I] Graf an der Pegnitz (son of Heinrich von Schweinfurt Duke of Swabia). From their ancestral seat at Scheyern on the Inn, the family builtup a fairly compact domain between the Lech and the Isar, expanding to the west later with the castle of Wittelsbach. They were hereditary Pfalzgrafen of Bavaria from the early 12th century[1579].

    1. ---. m ---.

    a) HAZIGA [Hadagunda] [von Scheyern] (-1100 or after). A charter dated to [1030] records the donation of "Comes de Chastelin Hermannus…et…sueque uxori Comitisse felicis memorie Hazige" to the monastery of Scheyern, adding that she later married "Comiti Ottoni de Schyren" by whom she had three sons "Ottonem…Pernhardum et Ekkardum Comites"[1580]. The only indication of the origin of Haziga is provided by the Chronicon Schirense which names "Heinricus patriarcha Aquileiensis et supradictus episcopus Polensis [=Ellenhardo] duo fratres" as sons of "matertere ipsius Hazige"[1581]. Wegener suggests that she was the daughter of Friedrich [III] Graf von Diessen[1582]. He bases this on a misreading of this passage in the Chronicon Schirense, assuming that it refers to Sieghard Patriarch of Aquileja who was the son of Sieghard Graf im Chiemgau & his wife Pilihild whom Wegener suggests was the sister of Graf Friedrich [III]. [m firstly ---.] This first marriage of Haziga is not certain. However, as explained below, the apparently contradictory references in the sources to the family relationship of Arnold Graf von Dachau to the family of the Grafen von Scheyern are best explained by his being the son of Haziga by an otherwise unknown first marriage. m [secondly] [as his second wife,] HERMANN [I] Graf von Kastl, son of --- (-21 Apr [1056]). The Chronicon Schirense records the marriage of "Haziga…de castro Schyren…[vidua] comiti Hermanno de Chastel...[et] comiti Ottoni de Schyren"[1583]. A charter dated to [1030] records the donation of "Comes de Chastelin Hermannus…et…sueque uxori Comitisse felicis memorie Hazige" to the monastery of Scheyern, adding that she later married "Comiti Ottoni de Schyren" by whom she had three sons "Ottonem…Pernhardum et Ekkardum Comites"[1584]. The necrology of Scheyern records the death "XI Kal Mai" of "Hermannus com, huic copulate est Haziga coma, sed minima ab eo cognita"[1585]. m [secondly/thirdly] (after [1056]) OTTO, son of --- (-4 Dec ----, before Jul 1072, bur 1127 Scheyern Abbey). The Schirenses Annales records that "Haziga comitissa" built "monasterium Vispach" in 1100[1586]. child [of first marriage:]

    i) [ARNOLD (-1104). The sources are contradictory regarding Arnold's parentage. The Chronicon Schirense names "Otto, Pernhardus et Ekkehardus", sons of Graf Otto [I], as "patrueles" of Arnold's sons "comites Chuonraduset Otto de Dachawe"[1587], which indicates that Arnold was paternal uncle of the three brothers assuming that the word patruelis is used in its strict sense. However, Wegener cites sources dated [1080] and [1095] which name "nobiles viri Arnolt et Otto de Sciren" and "Otto et frater eius Arnolt de Skiren" respectively[1588]. It is unlikely that Arnold was the son of Graf Otto [I] and his wife Haziga as the Chronicon Schirense names (in order) "Ottonem, Pernhardum et Ekkardum comites" as their three sons[1589] and there seems little reason why another adult son should have been omitted. Europäische Stammtafeln[1590] shows Arnold as the son of Graf Otto [I] by a supposed first marriage with a sister of Arnold Graf von Diessen. No primary source has been identified which supports this hypothesis. It is not impossible that Arnold was born from an earlier marriage of Otto [I], although the common use of the name Arnold appears to be the only indication that such a first wife may have been related to the family of the Grafen von Diessen. Another factor suggests that a first marriage of Graf Otto [I] into the Diessen family is unlikely: as noted below, Graf Otto's necrology entry appears to place him in a subordinate position to his wife, which suggests that he was of inferior importance in the ranks of the local nobility. It is unlikely that Otto would have been considered inferior if he had been the widower of the sister of Arnold Graf von Diessen, whose own importance was probably greater than that of the heiress of the Scheyern estates. A further possibility is that Arnold wasuterine brother of Otto, Bernhard and Ekkehard, son of Haziga by an earlier marriage, which seems to be the option which most closely explains the sources, providing that a broader interpretation of patruelis can be assumed. Graf von Scheyern. Graf von Dachau.]
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    Arnold I. Graf von Scheyern und Dachau
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    um 1060/65- vor 26.3.1123
    (Schwennicke 1080/1104)


    Jüngerer Sohn des Grafen Otto I. von Scheyern aus seiner 2. Ehe mit der Hadegunde (Haziga) von Diessen, Tochter von Domgvogt Friedrich II. von Regensburg
    Nach Detlev Schwennicke Sohn des Grafen Otto I. von Scheyern aus seiner 1. Ehe mit einer namentlich unbekannten Schwester des Grafen Arnold von Diessen


    GENEALOGISCHE TAFELN ZUR MITTELEUROPÄISCHEN GESCHICHTE
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    Wegener Dr. Wilhelm: Seite 248
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    5. Arnold I.
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    (Nach dem Bruder seiner Mutter genannt) F. u. eV.
    c 1080 nobiles viri Arnoltet Otto de Sciren nQ 5, 475 n 1648 a, vgl.
    c 1095 Otto et frater eius Arnolt de Skiren nQ 5, 473 n 1645
    den Zweifel, ob Otto oder Arnold der Ältere war, behebt die Tatsache, dass Otto nach dem Vater, Arnold nach einem entfernteren Verwandten benannt war. Dass Arnoldnoch vor dem Bruder Graf wurde, verdankt er seiner Ehe mit einer Erbtochter
    1086 14/5 Chounirath filius Arnolfi comitis de (unleserlich, zu ergänzen Dachowe) Nagel 22 f n 56; IV.
    (1104 Ende) Arnoldus comes et filius eius Chunradus de Schyren siehe 4

    Gemahlin:
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    Beatrix, Tochter des Grafen Kuno de Rihpoldisperg (Reipershofen nordöstlich Dachau), der c 1060 mit namhaften Tegernsee entfremdeten Gütern in der Dachauer Gegend ausgestattet war (Archival. Zs. nF 20, 88) und den Grafentitel vonder Grafschaft an der oberen Amper, der späteren Grafschaft Dachau, hatte. Durch ihn kam der Name Konrad in den Dachauer Zweig des Geschlechtes:
    1123 26/8 comitissa Petrissa gibt ihre Zustimmung zu der Verlegung des Klosters Elsenhofen MB 10, 447 ff n 4
    1124 25/4 die Gräfin Beatrix und ihre Söhne Konrad und Otto von Dachau MB 10, 449 f;
    Beatrix
    + 11/2 Indersdorf: Beatrix comitissa Necr. 1, 11; vgl. Moosburg n 2 und 4.
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    GENEALOGISCHES HANDBUCH ZUR BAIRISCH-ÖSTERREICHISCHEN GESCHICHTE
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    Dungern Prof. Dr. Otto: Seite 29
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    3. Arnulf-Arnold I.
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    aus 1. Ehe
    nobilis de Skiran 1078/98 (nQ. V. 1475, 1487k, 1625)
    de Dachoe 1104/22 (nQ. V. 1524b)
    Bruder von Otto de Skiran 1090/98 (nQ. V. 1660a)
    vor 1123 comes de Dachoa (nQ. V. 1527).
    + vor 26.III. 1123 (Mb.10.447/9. 4)

    Gattin:
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    Beatrix (Mb. 10. 449/51).
    + 11.II. nach 1124 (Mb. 10. 449/51, Nec. III. 177 Indersdorf).
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    HERKUNFT UND GESCHICHTE FÜHRENDER BAYERISCH-ÖSTERREICHISCHER GESCHLECHTER IM HOCHMITTELALTER
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    Gewin Dr. J.P.J.: Seite 141
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    28. Arnold von Scheyern
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    nachher Graf von Dachau, c. 1080-c. 1122.
    1078/98. Arnolt de Schiran, 1. edler Zeuge: F. nr. 1475, 1487k.
    1078/98. Der Edle Arnolt von Scheyern übergibt ein Gut zu "Lantwardishusen": F. nr. 1625.
    1078/85. Erste Zeugen: Arnoltund Otto von Scheyern: F. nr. 1648.
    1078/91. Erste Zeugen: Graf Ernst, Arnold von Scheyern: F. nr. 1650.
    1090/98. Erste edle Zeugen: Otto de Sciren, frater eius Arnolt: F. nr. 1660a.
    1091/98. Erste edle Zeugen bei einer Schenkung durch Perhta F. 24.: Arnold, Graf von Diessen F. 21., Arnold von Scheyern F. 28. und sein Sohn Chonrat F. 41.: F. nr. 1664a.
    C. 1107. Zeuge mit seinem Sohn Chonrat F. 41.: M. B. X. 390f.
    1104/22. Erster Zeuge Arnolt de Dachoe: F. nr. 1524b.
    Vor 1124. Erster Zeuge: Arnolt, Graf von Dachau: F. nr. 1527.

    Gemahlin:
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    Beatrix M. B. X. 450.
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    Arnold I. wurde durch seine Frau Graf von Dachau.





    oo Beatrix von Rihipoldisperga, Tochter und Erbin des Grafen Konrad von Dachau
    -11.2. nach 1124





    Kinder:

    Konrad I. Graf von Dachau
    -5.11. nach 1135

    Arnold II.
    - vor 25.4.1124

    Friedrich
    - vor 26.3.1123

    Otto I. Graf von Valley und Grub
    -1.8. nach 1135

    Nach Detlev Schwennicke

    Konrad I. Graf von Dachau
    -5.11. nach 1130

    Otto I. Graf von Dachau-Valley
    -1.8. nach 1134/35

    Friedrich von Dachau
    -1100/14/25.XI.1124

    Arnold von Dachau
    - 1120/vor 25. IV. 1124

    Beatrix
    - um 1128

    oo Berthold Graf von Burgeck (Lechsgemünd)
    - 25.X. vor 1123




    Father: Otto I Von Scheyern b: 1025 in Schwaben, Kelheim, Bayern, Germany
    Mother: Hadegunde (Haziga) Von Diessen b: Abt 1027 in Diessen Am Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany

    Marriage 1 Beatrix Von Rihpoldisperga b: Abt 1072 in Rihpoldisperga, Germany
    • Married:
    • Change Date: 6 Jan 2013
    Children
    1. Has No Children Otto I Von Valley b: Abt 1085 in Scheyern, Germany
    2. Has Children Beatrix Von Scheyern-Dachau b: in Scheyern, Germany
    3. Has No Children Konrad I I Von Dachau Wittelsbach b: Abt 1095 in Scheyern, Germany
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