Gertrude of Baden: Princess of Baden by birth and by marriage Countess of Dagsburg (1160 - n/a) | Biography, Facts, Information, Career, Wiki, Life
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Gertrude of Baden
Princess of Baden by birth and by marriage Countess of Dagsburg

Gertrude of Baden

Gertrude of Baden
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Intro Princess of Baden by birth and by marriage Countess of Dagsburg
Is Princess Noble
From Germany
Field Royals
Gender female
Birth 1160
Mother: Bertha of Lorraine
Father: Herman III, Margrave of Baden
Siblings: Herman IV, Margrave of Baden
Spouse: Albert II de Dabo-Moha
Children: Gertrude of Dagsburg
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Gertrude of Baden (before 1160 – before 1225) was a Margravine of Baden by birth and by marriage a Countess of Dagsburg. She was a daughter of Margrave Hermann III of Baden and his wife, Bertha of Tübingen.

Marriages and issue

Gertrude married in 1180 to Albert II of Dagsburg (d. 1211). With him she had two sons, Henry and William, and a daughter, Gertrude (d. 1225). Both sons were killed in a tournament in Andain in 1202, so that the noble family of the Etichonids died out in the male line with Albert II in 1211. This left her daughter Gertrude as heiress of the county of Dagsburg.

Her daughter Gertrude married in 1206 in her first marriage to Duke Theobald I of Lorraine. In 1217, she married her second husband, Count Theobald IV of Champagne, who was also King of Navarre from 1234 as Theobald I. Theobald, however, repudiated her before 1223. In 1224, she married her third husband, Simon III of Saarbrücken and Leiningen (d. 1234/36), the son of Count Frederick II of Leiningen and Saarbrücken. When she died childless, her third husband Simon of Leiningen inherited the county of Dagsburg, thus creating the Leiningen-Dagsburg line.


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