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(see also SAXONY NOBILITY)
[SAXY221] King Wigbert of Saxony m. Ourada . [RING231] Count Walpert of Ringelheim m. [SAXQ232] Altbergis of Lesmona . . [WSAX341] Count Immed I in Saxony m. [SAXA244] Matilda of Ittergau . . [RING241] Count Reginhart Walpert of Ringelheim m. [SAXA243] Matilda of Ittergau . . . [RING251] Count Theudebert in Westphalia m. [DANE302] Reginhildis Ludmilla . . . . [RING262] Mathilde von Ringelheim m. [SAXY261] Emperor Heinrich I of the West . . . . [RING263] Amelrada von Saxony m. [BETU301] Count Eberhard of Drenthe . . . . [RING264] Bia of Ringelheim m. [GENT351] Count Wichmann I in Bardengau and Wigmodien
[RING231] Walpert/Waltbert of Ringelheim (born c.805, son of [SAXY221] King Wigbert of the Saxons, see SAXONY (HOUSE OF SAXONY) NOBILITY), Count of Ringelheim, Count in Graingau and Threewithi, married [SAXQ232] Altbergis (born c.800, heiress of Lesmona, daughter of Count Immed of Eastern Saxony, see EASTERN SAXONY COUNTS).
[WSAX341] Immed I (born before 840, son of Count Waltbert & Altbergis, is described under WEST SAXONY COUNTS.
[RING241] Reginhart Walpert (born c.828, and is suggested as being the son of Waltbert), Count of Ringelheim, married [SAXA249] Matilda von Ittergau (daughter of [SAXA232] Echbert the loyal, see EARLY SAXONY). He died c.856, and afterwards Matilda married 2. [WSAX341] Immed of Saxony, presumed to be Immed I of West Saxony, her brother-in-law, see WEST SAXONY COUNTS.
[RING251] Theudebert/Theodoric/Dietrich of Ringelheim (born c.856), Count in Westphalia, married [DANE302] Reginhilde Ludmilla (born c.860. daughter of Gottfried the Dane, see HAITHABU KINGDOM). Theudebert died 8th November 917.
[RING262] Mathilde St. Matilda (born c.892, daughter of Theudebert) married [SAXY261] EMPEROR HEINRICH I (see SAXONY (LIUDOLFIN HOUSE) NOBILITY).
[RING263] Amelrada (daughter of Theodoric) married [BETU301] Count Eberhard (see TEISTERBANT COUNTY).
[RING264] Bia (born c.895, daughter of Theodoric) married [GENT351] Count Wichmann I of Hamaland (see GENT).