In addition, the absence of the typical Schwarzburg names Gnther and Sizzo from Friedrichs known descendants suggests that they were not related to the Schwarzburg comital family. "Comes Fridericus de Bichelingen" witnessed the charter dated under which Heinrich [I] Archbishop of Mainz confirmed the foundation of Ichtershausen convent by "matrona Frideruna linea nobis sanguinis propinqua et filius eius Marcwardus de Grumbach vir nobilis"A charter dated 1149 records an agreement between Eberhard Bishop of Bamberg and "Bopponem filium comitis Perchtolfi de Blassenberg" concerning "castrum Gichburg" obtained from "comitis Regenbodonis a relicta comitis Cunizza per manus Wolframi comitis de Wertheim et Friderici comitis de Bichelingen, qui prefate matrone ex cognatione paterna et materna foremundi erant", naming "[comes Boppo]cum filio suo Heinrico, quem ei Cunizza ante divortium genueratfrater eius Bertolfus", by charter dated 1149 (-after 1188).Christian Archbishop of Mainz confirmed an exchange of property with Kloster Ichtershausen made by "consanguineos nostros filios...avunculi nostri comitis Friderici de Bichelingen Reinbodonem et Fridericum" by charter dated comes Regenbodo de Bichelingen donated allodium suum Gunzerothe to Kloster Walkenried per manum avunculi sui comitis Erwini, with the consent of matre sua...
The Annalista Saxo names (in order) "Odam, Cunigundam, Adelheidam" as the three daughters of Markgraf Otto & his wife, specifying that Kunigunde married firstly "regi Ruzorum", secondly "Cononi comiti de Bichlingge, filio ducis Ottonis de Northeim", and thirdly "Wipertus senior" (-1123).The Annalista Saxo records (but does not name, except for the fourth daughter) the four daughters of Kuno & his wife, the third of whom married firstly "Thiedericus comes de Katelenburch" and secondly "Helpricus comes de Ploceke" .The Grafen von Henneberg were recorded as Burggrafen in Wrzburg in the late 11th century and continued to play a prominent role in German history until the early 16th century.The Grafen von Honstein are first recorded in the later 12th century, linked to the foundation of Ilefeld monastery.Godefridus de Eppenstein, Fridericus de Bichelingen, Heinricus de Willenowe, Dietherus de Cazenellenbogen, Guntherus de Swarzburg comites et Wernherus de Bolandia imperialis aule camerarius confirmed that domino et consanguineo nostro Dno Wernhero Sce Moguntine sedis archiepiscopo had crowned Ottakar King of Bohemia in Prague .
Fridericus...comes dictus de Bichilingen donated property in Sulzbeche to Kloster Heusdorf, with the consent of filiorum nostrorum Friderici comitis de Lare, Friderici et Hermanni, by charter dated .
It is interesting to note that many prominent Thuringian towns associated with different branches of this Saxon ducal family, and which became prominent in later central European history (for example, Altenburg, Coburg, Eisenach, Gotha, Hildburghausen and Meiningen), cannot trace their origin to medieval counties in Thuringia although the counts of Henneberg were granted the imperial fiefs of Coburg and Hildburghausen in 1323.
heiress of Beichlingen, widow of IAROPOLK PIOTR Iziaslavich Prince of Vladimir in Volynia, daughter of OTTO Graf von Weimar, Markgraf von Meissen & his wife Adela de Louvain (-).
The Annalista Saxo records (but does not name, except for the fourth daughter) the four daughters of Kuno & his wife, of whom Kunigunde (listed fourth) married firstly "Wiperto iuniori" and secondly "Thieppoldus marchio de Bawaria"How Friedrich [I] inherited the county of Beichlingen has not been ascertained.
No family connection has been identified with any of the four daughters of Kunigunde von Weimar, heiress of Beichlingen and wife of Kuno von Northeim Graf von Beichlingen (see above).
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