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[WASS371] Berthold I, Count of Isar, possibly married Beatrix of Lorraine.
[WASS381] Frederick I von Wasserburg), married Hemma of Oehningen.
[WASS391] Berthold II, Count of Diessen, married [HOHE392] Hidda of Hohenwarth (daughter of Konrad von Hohenwarth, see HOHENWARTH).
[WASS401] Berthold III, Count of Andechs, married [SCHW412] Gisela von Schweinfurt (daughter of DUKE OTTO III OF SWABIA, see SCHWEINFURT).
[WASS411] Gebhard von Wasserburg, Count of Diessen, married (after 1098) [SPON349] Richilde (widow, daughter of March Count Engelbert, see HOUSE OF SPONHEIM).
[WASS421] Engelbert von Diessen (born 1097), Count of Wasserburg, married [FORM422] Hedwig (born 1100, daughter of Count Dietrich, see FORMBACH COUNTY). Engelbert died 20th September 1161 (age 64), and Hedwig died 9th February 1169 (age 69).
[WASS432] Kunigunde von Wasserburg (born 1130, only child of Engelbert) married [URAC461] Egon IV (born 1122, see URACH COUNTY below).
[URAC411] Leopold, Count of Achalm. He died 1040.
[URAC421] Egon I (born c.1002, presumed to be son of Leopold, but not proven), Count of Urach, married [CALW422] Bertha of Calw [born c.1025], see CALW COUNTY). [Time-wise, it would appear more likely that Bertha married Egon I's unnamed son, next entry.]
[URAC431] --- (born c.1027, unrecorded unnamed son of Egon I) presumably predeceased his father.
[URAC441] Egon II (born c.1055), presumably succeeded his grandfather as Count of Urach, married Kunigunde. Egon died 1120.
[URAC451] Egon III (born c.1085), Count of Urach, married Edith. He died 1158.
[URAC461] Egon IV (born 1122), Count of Urach, married [WASS432] Kunigunde von Wasserburg (born 1130, see WASSERBURG above. Kunigunde died 4th September 1168 (age 38), and Egon died 25th July 1196 (age 74).
[URAC471] Egon V (born c.1158, only child of Egon IV), Count of Urach, married [ZAHR472] Agnes von Zahringen (born 1152, see ZAHRINGEN DUKEDOM). Egon died 20th January 1230.
[URAC482] Yolande (born c.1180, daughter of Egon IV) married (before 1202) [NEUF481] Count Ulric III (see NEUFCHATEL).