The Rougemont/Rosamond Line

 

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I am kin to Elizabeth Rosamond Taylor and Carrie Fisher. The Rosamond name has been traced to Rougemont in the Alsace. The de Bar family are kin.

http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/bar.html

Notice the spelling of Rougemont – Rosemont. Johanna ‘Dame de Rosemont’ married Duke Albrecht von Hapsburg. From them most of the Hapsburgs descend.

Johanna Gfn von Pfirt, 1347 Dame de Rosemont, de Sermagny, de Chaux, de la Chapelle, du Puits, de Giromagy, de Viscemont, de Rougegoutte, etc (1300-Vienna 15 Jan 1352; bur Gaming); m.13 Feb 1324 Duke Albrecht II of Austria (d.1358)

Here is another Habsburg. Pfirt is also spelled Ferrette.

1c) [by 2nd m.] Ludwig II Gf von Pfirt, sn d’Amance et de Vadans (d.1180); m.Richenza (d.Dec 1180), dau of Werner von Habsburg Gf im Oberelsass

Werner I, Count of Habsburg (c. 1025/1030 – 11 November 1096), was a nobleman and an early member of the House of Habsburg. He was ancestor of King Rudolph I of Germany.

He was sometimes called Werner the Pious.[1] His father was Radbot, Count of Habsburg, and his mother was Ida de Lorraine (also known as Ita von Lothringen), who was the granddaughter of Hugh the Great and the great-granddaughter of Henry the Fowler).

In 1057, he married Reginlinde of Nellenbourg (1027–1090). He had two sons: Otto II, and Albert II (also known as Albrecht II or Adalbert II).

This is the Rose Line I laid out in a group in 1999. We were studying the book ‘Holy Blood, Holy Gral’ years before Dan Brown came out with his Da Vinci Code, which suggests the world famous artist, Leonardo Da Vinci was a Grand Master of the Priory de Sion, as was Yonlande de Bar. Other members of the de Bar family were GM, who allegedly know of secret  codes in works of Art. The Sinclair family has failed to produce one artist, poet, or writer. How about a Bishop?

My kindred, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor is in the Peerage as are those closely related to her. Burke’s Peerage, for the time being, does not pursue the genealogy of Elizabeth Mary Rosemond, Liz’s grandmother, to all the Rosamonds, including my mother Rosemary Rosamond, and my sister, Christine Rosamond Benton, whose marriage to Garth Benton put us in the Preston family tree that has ties to the Stewarts, and thus Kate and William Windsor who gave birth to a baby boy yesterday. This royal child is yet to have been given a name. Elizabeth Rosemond was born with dual-citizenship and died a Dame and Citizen of the British Empire. For this reason many who are kin to her are also in the Peerage. See names below.

Liz was a “Screen Goddess”. Her and Richard Burton was regarded as Hollywood Royalty. In the 60s this couple generated the same excitement we see around William and Kate Windsor. Above are photos of Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Paris Hilton, Christine Rosamond, Dame Rosemond, and the Screen Goddess, Zsa Zsa Gabor who was married to Conrad Hilton.

Yolande means “violet flower”. Liza had violet eyes. Liz’s father was a famous art dealer, surrounded by famous artists.  Dame Rosemond was a art collector. The Rose Line does not lead to the Sinclair family. It leads to the Jordon Schnitzer Art Gallery on the Campus of the University of Oregon where I stood before ‘The Last Audience of the Hapsburgs.

Even if it is not true. Even if nothing true. There are good and bad stories. But, there is only one woman who I have found, who owned the name…….

Mary Magdalene Rosamond

Fire up your computer! Get on the world wide web! Search cyber-space for her. See who she is!

Hit it Maestro!

Jon Presco

Copyright 2016

In the pseudohistorical book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail Yolande de Bar was alleged to have been the tenth Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, succeeding her father, King René. The evidence for this claim was derived from the Dossiers Secrets d’Henri Lobineau, forged documents created in 1967.

The portrayal of Yolande as a saintly dreaming beauty (regularly placed in an entranced sleep by the physician) was immensely popular. The play was translated into numerous languages. The Russian translation by Fyodor Miller was adapted by Vladimir Zotov, whose version was used as the basis for the opera Iolanta, written by Tchaikovsky, with libretto by his brother Modest Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It received its premiere on 18 December 1892 in St. Petersburg.[2

http://www.habsburg.net/en/art-culture/epochen/habsburg-kommt-an-die-macht/the-heritage-of-ferrette/

http://www.mytrees.com/ancestry-family/fr001488-4076-10900/Fr%C3%A9d%C3%A9ric-De-Ferrette-Born-1080.html

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2057966/Star-Wars-actress-Carrie-Fisher-reveals-bizarre-friendship-Elizabeth-Taylor–woman-stole-father-mother.html

Seven years ago I entered the Jeanne Rougemont contest sponsored by members of the Hapsburgs. If Alex and kept our appointment, she would have heard Jeanne’s amazing story, that is protected by my copyright. The Rosamond genealogist traces my mother’s maiden name to Rougemont Switzerland. I am overwhelmed by information. I am sick and tired of these parasites who look for reasons to judge me – so they can rip me off!  They did this to my late sister, the world famous artist ‘Rosamond’.

Several years ago I sent a letter to Michael Salvator Archduke Habsburg-Lorraine, and asked for a form so I could enter the “flowing borders” compitition that was being held by the Joan of Farrette society. I was utterly ignored, because, I was an American, or, I knew more about Jeanne de Rougemont-Ferrette that anyone on the planet, and had connected the Rougemonts to the Knight Templars and the Holy Shroud. Did the Archeduke google me, or, had he heard of this upstart American – and thus I was the hands-down winner – before I asked for entry form!?

“The counts of Ferrette possessed the majority of the Sundgau, the ‘Sundgauvian’ territories of the north-east had long since belonged to the Habsburg dynasty, a wealthy local family whose heritage also includes Swiss lands. Moreover, the Habsburgs had passed on the honorary title of Landgrave of Upper Alsace (Sundgau) from father to son for centuries.

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“To seal the alliance, after Ulrich’s death Jeanne immediately married Albert II of Habsburg at Masevaux. By legitimate process the Sundgau became an entirely Austrian territory and remained so until 1648. However, according to documents of the time, this marriage of political interest seemed to quickly transform into one of love. Albert II and Jeanne de Ferrette settled in Vienna, from where their offspring would later extend their possessions into central and Eastern Europe. The Sundgau quickly became a Habsburg bastion: a base for the dynasty which would later seek to conquer Europe and the rest of the world.”

Albert II was born at Habsburg Castle in Swabia, a younger son of King Albert I of Germany and his wife Elizabeth of Carinthia, a member of the House of Gorizia (Meinhardiner). He initially prepared for an ecclesiastical career and, though still a minor, was elected Bishop of Passau in 1313. However, he had to rival with an opposing candidate and finally renounced the office in 1317.

After the death of their elder brother Frederick the Fair in 1330, the surviving sons Albert II and Otto the Merry became joint rulers of all Habsburg dominions in Austria and Styria. Albert was able to further increase his possessions by the inheritance of his wife Joanna of Pfirt, which was made up of the Alsatian county of Pfirt and several cities. Furthermore, upon the death of his maternal uncle Duke Henry of Carinthia in 1335, Albert succeeded in establishing his claims on the Duchy of Carinthia and the March of Carniola, when he reached his enfeoffment by Emperor Louis IV against the claims raised by his mighty Luxembourg rival King John of Bohemia.

Reflecting his high reputation among the secular and church leaders of Europe, in 1335 Pope Benedict XII asked him to mediate in the church’s conflict with Emperor Louis. Two years later, King Philip VI of France 1337 asked him for help against the Wittelsbach emperor and King Edward III of England. Nevertheless, Albert remained faithful to the emperor until Louis’ death in 1347; he also was a close ally of his son Duke Louis V of Bavaria. After the demolition of Rapperswil Castle by the forces of Rudolf Brun in 1350, the Austrian duke marched against the Swiss Confederacy and laid siege to the city of Zürich, though to no avail.

In Austria, Duke Albert had the construction of the Gothic Choir begun in St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, known as the Albertinian Choir. He established the “Albertinian House Rule”

Yolande, Duchess of Lorraine

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Yolande
Duchess of Lorraine
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An imagined portrait of Yolande, dating from the 17th century
Born (1428-11-02)2 November 1428
Nancy
Died 23 March 1483(1483-03-23) (aged 54)
Nancy
Spouse Frederick II, Count of Vaudémont
Issue René II, Duke of Lorraine
Nicolas, Lord of Joinville
Jeanne, Duchess of Anjou
Yolande, Landgravine of Hesse
Marguerite, Duchess of Alençon
Full name
Yolande de Lorraine
Father René I of Lorraine
Mother Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine

Yolande, Duchess of Lorraine, also known as Yolande de Bar (2 November 1428, Nancy – 23 March 1483, Nancy), was Duchess of Lorraine (1473) and Bar (1480). She was the daughter of Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine, and René of Anjou (King of Naples, Duke of Anjou, Bar and Lorraine, Count of Provence). Because of her various titles, she is also known as Yolande de Lorraine and Yolande d’Anjou. Her younger sister was Margaret of Anjou, Queen consort of Henry VI of England. Though she was nominally in control of major territories, she ceded her power and titles to her husband and her son.

In the 19th century, a romanticised version of her early life was popularised by the play King René’s Daughter by Henrik Hertz, in which she is portrayed as a beautiful blind princess living in an isolated garden paradise. It was later adapted to Tchaikovsky‘s opera Iolanta. There is no evidence that she was ever blind.

Marriage and children[edit]

In 1445, she married her second cousin Frederick II, Count of Vaudémont (1420–1470), at Nancy. The marriage was a dynastic alliance, arranged to end the dispute which existed between René of Anjou and Frederick’s father, Antoine of Vaudémont, regarding the succession to the Duchy of Lorraine.

Children[edit]

  1. René (future Duke of Lorraine) (1451–1508), Duke of Lorraine. On 1 September 1485 he married secondly, Phillipa of Guelders, by whom he had issue, from whom descended Mary, Queen of Scots.
  2. Nicolas of Lorraine, Lord of Joinville and Bauffremont, died in 1476.
  3. Peter of Lorraine, died in 1451.
  4. Jeanne of Lorraine (1458–Jan. 25, 1480), married in 1474 to Charles IV, Duke of Anjou.[1] There was no issue from the marriage.
  5. Yolande of Lorraine, who died in 1500, married William II, Landgrave of Hesse, by whom she had issue.
  6. Marguerite of Lorraine (1463–1521), married René, Duke of Alençon (1454–1492). She had issue, from whom descended King Henry IV of France.

Legacy[edit]

In 1473, on the death of her nephew Nicolas, she inherited the Duchy of Lorraine, but passed it immediately to her eldest son René II. In 1480, after the death of her father, she did the same with the Duchy of Bar. She died on 23 March 1483, which was the birthday of her sister Queen Margaret, who had died the previous summer. Yolande was 54 years old.

Cultural references[edit]

Butter sculpture of “The Dreaming Iolanthe”, depicting the blind Yolande, as portrayed in Henrik Hertz’s play King René’s Daughter, by Caroline Shawk Brooks, 1876

In 1845 the Danish poet Henrik Hertz wrote the poetic drama Kong Renés Datter (King René’s Daughter), a romanticised account of her life, in which she is depicted as a beautiful sixteen-year-old princess who lives in protected garden paradise. Blinded in a childhood accident, her attendants must keep from her the knowledge that she is blind, while a Moorish physician conducts a long slow medical procedure to restore her sight. Once it is complete, she must be told of her blindness to awaken the desire to see. Count Vaudémont arrives for his arranged marriage, which he resents. He accidentally finds her secret garden, and falls in love with her without knowing who she is. He discovers she is blind, and tells her so, but she cannot understand him. However, the physician is now able to complete the treatment and she is cured.

The portrayal of Yolande as a saintly dreaming beauty (regularly placed in an entranced sleep by the physician) was immensely popular. The play was translated into numerous languages. The Russian translation by Fyodor Miller was adapted by Vladimir Zotov, whose version was used as the basis for the opera Iolanta, written by Tchaikovsky, with libretto by his brother Modest Ilyich Tchaikovsky. It received its premiere on 18 December 1892 in St. Petersburg.[2]

The heroine’s name was given as “Iolanthe” in the original Danish version and in the English translation by Theodore Martin, making this version of her name familiar in the 19th century. In 1913 a silent film of Hertz’s play was made by the Thanhouser Company, starring Maude Fealy as Yolande.[3] It was also adapted in 1990 as the German film Das Licht der Liebe.[4]

In the pseudohistorical book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail Yolande de Bar was alleged to have been the tenth Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, succeeding her father, King René. The evidence for this claim was derived from the Dossiers Secrets d’Henri Lobineau, forged documents created in 1967.

I am looking for descendants of Philip Rosemond and Moses Morton Rosemond
who lived in Guernsey County, OH in the mid-1800s. This family descended
from a James Rosemond who lived in County Leitrim, Ireland in the early
1700s. Other members of this same family settled in Lanark, Ontario, Canada.
The southern Rosamond family is also said to be descended from this same
family, as are the Rosamond families in Australia and New Zealand. I am
trying to tie all the branches of the family together. The information on
the family in Guernsey County, OH is shown below. I’d appreciate hearing
from anyone who has any information regarding this family.
The reference for the earlier generations of this family is the booklet “The
History of the Rosemond Family” by Leland Eugene Rosemond, 1939.
Thanks.
Descendants of Moses Morton Rosemond
Generation No. 1
1. MOSES MORTON11 ROSEMOND (PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8, UNKNOWN7, JAMES
“JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4, FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE ROUGEMONT)1,2,3,4
was born Bet. 1843 – 1845 in Guernsey County, Ohio5,6. He married MARTHA E
LIKES7,8 26 Jul 1868 in Guernsey County, OH9. She was born Abt. 1847 in
Ohio.
More About MOSES ROSEMOND and MARTHA LIKES:
Marriage: 26 Jul 1868, Guernsey County, OH9
Children of MOSES ROSEMOND and MARTHA LIKES are:
2.i.ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND, b. Jun 1869, Guernsey County,
Ohio; d. 1937, Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas.
ii.FRANK ROSEMOND.
Notes for FRANK ROSEMOND:
Never married.
iii.JESSIE ROSEMOND.
Notes for JESSIE ROSEMOND:
Never married.
iv.MABLE ROSEMOND, m. HOWARD YOUNG.
v.W F ROSEMOND.
Generation No. 2
2. ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND (MOSES MORTON11, PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8,
UNKNOWN7, JAMES “JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4, FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE
ROUGEMONT)9,10 was born Jun 1869 in Guernsey County, Ohio, and died 1937 in
Arkansas City, Cowley County, Kansas. She married FRANCIS MARION TAYLOR
Abt. 1895, son of PETER TAYLOR and MARGARET PERIGO. He was born Abt. 1860
in California, and died 1946.
More About FRANCIS TAYLOR and ELIZABETH ROSEMOND:
Marriage: Abt. 1895
Children of ELIZABETH ROSEMOND and FRANCIS TAYLOR are:
3.i.FRANCES LYNN13 TAYLOR, b. 28 Dec 1897, Springfield, Sangamon
County, Illinois; d. 20 Nov 1968, Los Angeles County, California.
ii.JOHN TAYLOR.

Generation No. 3

3. FRANCES LYNN13 TAYLOR (ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND, MOSES MORTON11,
PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8, UNKNOWN7, JAMES “JACOB?”6, HANS ULRICH5, HANS4,
FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE ROUGEMONT) was born 28 Dec 1897 in Springfield,
Sangamon County, Illinois, and died 20 Nov 1968 in Los Angeles County,
California. He married SARA VIOLA WARMBRODT 23 Oct 1926, daughter of SAMUEL
WARMBRODT and ELIZABETH WILSON. She was born 21 Aug 1896 in Arkansas City,
Cowley, Kansas, and died 11 Sep 1994 in Palm Springs, Riverside County,
California.
More About FRANCES TAYLOR and SARA WARMBRODT:
Marriage: 23 Oct 1926
Child of FRANCES TAYLOR and SARA WARMBRODT is:
4.i.ELIZABETH ROSEMOND14 TAYLOR, b. 27 Feb 1932, London, London
County, England.
Generation No. 4
4. ELIZABETH ROSEMOND14 TAYLOR (FRANCES LYNN13, ELIZABETH MARY12 ROSEMOND,
MOSES MORTON11, PHILIP10, WILLIAM9, JAMES8, UNKNOWN7, JAMES “JACOB?”6, HANS
ULRICH5, HANS4, FRED3, HANS2, ERHART1 DE ROUGEMONT) was born 27 Feb 1932

Child of ? de MONTFAUCON and Fromond Ier de DRAMELAY is:
16.
i.
Humbert de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1110. He married ? ?. He married ? ?.
36.
Thibaut Ier de ROUGEMONT was born Est 1080. He was the son of 72. Etienne de ROUGEMONT.
37.
Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES was born Est 1100, and died Est 1156. She was the daughter of 74. Thibault de TRAVES.

Child of Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES and Thibaut Ier de ROUGEMONT is:
18.
i.
Thibault II de ROUGEMONT was born Abt 1120. He married Alais ?.
40.
Frederic de FERRETTE was born 1080, and died 1160. He was the son of 80. Thierry II ou Dietrich Ier de MONTBÉLIARD and 81. Ermentrude de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ.
41.
Stephanie de VAUDÉMONT was born 1100, and died 1188. She was the daughter of 82. Gerard de HAUTE-LORRAINE and 83. Ewide de NORDGAU.

Alleged Grand Masters[edit]

The mythic version of the Priory of Sion first referred to during the 1960s was supposedly led by a “Nautonnier”, an Old French word for a navigator, which means Grand Master in their internal esoteric nomenclature. The following list of Grand Masters is derived from the Dossiers Secrets d’Henri Lobineau compiled by Plantard under the nom de plume of “Philippe Toscan du Plantier” in 1967. All those named on this list had died before that date. All but two are also found on lists of alleged “Imperators” (supreme heads) and “distinguished members” of the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis which circulated in France at the time when Plantard was in touch with this Rosicrucian Order. Most of those named share the common thread of being known for having an interest in the occult or heresy.[22]

Leonardo da Vinci, alleged to be the Priory of Sion’s 12th Grand Master

The Dossiers Secrets asserted that the Priory of Sion and the Knights Templar always shared the same Grand Master until a schism occurred during the “Cutting of the elm” incident in 1188. Following that event, the Grand Masters of the Priory of Sion are listed in French as being:

  1. Jean de Gisors (1188–1220)
  2. Marie de Saint-Clair (1220–1266)
  3. Guillaume de Gisors (1266–1307)
  4. Edouard de Bar (1307–1336)
  5. Jeanne de Bar (1336–1351)
  6. Jean de Saint-Clair (1351–1366)
  7. Blanche d’Évreux (1366–1398)
  8. Nicolas Flamel (1398–1418)
  9. René d’Anjou (1418–1480)
  10. Iolande de Bar (1480–1483)

 

1b) Friedrich I Gf von Pfirt (d.1160; bur Oelenberg); m.1st before 1101 Petrissa (d.ca 1115) dau of Berthold, Duke von Zähringen; m.2nd Stephanie, dau of Gerhard, Cte de Vaudemont

 

1c) [by 2nd m.] Ludwig II Gf von Pfirt, sn d’Amance et de Vadans (d.1180); m.Richenza (d.Dec 1180), dau of Werner von Habsburg Gf im Oberelsass

 

1d) Ulrich I Gf von Pfirt, murdered by Otto Pfgf von Burgund 27 Sep 1197

 

2d) Ludwig II Gf von Pfirt, sn de Vadans (d.on Crusade 1189); m.Agnes, dau of Cte Oudelard de Soyhières

 

1e) Friedrich II Gf von Pfirt (murdered 25 Jan 1234); m.1st N von Egisheim; m.2nd Heilwig (fl 1215/62), dau of Egino Gf von Urach; of his issue, Alix and Agnes were by first m., the remainder unknown

 

1f) Ulrich II Gf von Pfirt, sn de Florimont, Landvogt in Elsass (d.1 Feb 1275; bur Feldbach); m.1st NN; m.2nd Agnes, Dame de Morey, dau of Guillaume de Vergy, Sire de Mirebeau, and widow of Pierre de Bauffremont

 

[by 1st m.]:

 

1g) Friedrich sn de Rougemont (fl 1232/67); m.Gille, Dame de Saint-Loup, dau of Hugues de Vienne, sn de Pagny (and later wife of Simon de Chaussin)

 

1h) Jean de Rougemont (d.by 6 Feb 1319)

 

2h) Friedrich (d.by 6 Feb 1319)

 

3h) Mathilde (d.1319)

 

2g) Agnes (d.by 1249; m.1243 Guillaume, Cte de Vienne (d.1255)

 

[by 2nd m.]:

 

3g) Ludwig von Pfirt, sn de Florimont (fl 1259/62); m.Gertrud, dau of Ulrich von Rappoltstein

 

1h) Ulrich sn de Florimont (drowned in the Rhine 21 Dec 1281)

 

4g) Thiebald Gf von Pfirt, châtelain de Rougemont, Landvogt im Elsass (d.Basel 1310/11); m.1st Katharina, dau of Walter von Klingen, and widow of Rudolf von Lichtenberg; m.2nd Margareta, dau of Heinrich von Blamont, and widow of Jean de Bourgogne, sn de Montaigu; all issue by 1st m.

 

1h) Ulrich III Gf von Pfirt, sn de Rougemont (d.Basel 11 Mar 1324; bur Thann Barfüsserkirche); m.1303 Jeanne, Dame d’Héricourt, de Belfort et de Chastelot (d.1347/9), dau of Reinald de Bourgogne Gf von Mömpelgard (and later wife of Mgve Rudolf Hesso of Baden, and of Wilhelm Gf von Katzenelnbogen)

 

1i) Johanna Gfn von Pfirt, 1347 Dame de Rosemont, de Sermagny, de Chaux, de la Chapelle, du Puits, de Giromagy, de Viscemont, de Rougegoutte, etc (1300-Vienna 15 Jan 1352; bur Gaming); m.13 Feb 1324 Duke Albrecht II of Austria (d.1358)

 

2i) Ursula, Dame de Belfort, de Rougemont, de Dannemarie, Traubach, Pfetterhausen, de Denny, de Bessoncourt, de Menoncourt, etc (d.after 1367); m.1st Hugo Gf von Hohenberg (d.26 May 1354); m.2nd Wilhelm Gf von Montfort (d.1373/4)

 

2h) Theobald sn de Rougemont (d.1311/2; bur Thann Barfüsserkirche); m.by 14 Aug 1310 Johanna, dau of Heinrich v.Blamont (and later wife of Brunico von Riste)

 

3h) Johann sn de Rougemont (d.1309/12)

The county of Bar was part of the territory of the duchy of Upper Lotharingia and as such lay within the jurisdiction of the empire, although it was later incorporated into the kingdom of France.  French influence in the area was always strong, as shown by the number of French or Lotharingian marriages of members of the comital family and the correspondingly small number of connections with German noble families.  Otto I King of Germany temporarily ceded the area of Bar to Louis IV “d’Outremer” King of the West Franks in 942[1].  It reverted to imperial control in [951/59], maybe forming part of the dowry of Béatrix de France [Capet] when she married Frédéric [Wigeriche] who was installed as duke of Upper Lotharingia by King Otto in 959.  Duke Frédéric constructed the castle of Bar on the banks of the river Ornain opposite the town of Bar.  Its construction triggered protests from King Louis IV to King Otto, the former considering the area within his sphere of influence, and from the Bishop of Toul, who considered that part of the land belonged to one of his churches[2].

 

The comtes de Mousson inherited the castle of Bar from the family of the dukes of Upper Lotharingia on the marriage in 1038 of Sophie, co-heiress of Frédéric II Duke of Upper Lotharingia, to Louis Comte de Mousson (see Chapter 1).  It was not until the first quarter of the 12th century that the family adopted their name from this castle (see Chapter 2).

 

Robert I Comte de Bar was created Marquis de Pont-à-Mousson by imperial order dated 13 Mar 1354.  He adopted the title Duke of Bar around the same time, but this appears to have been a usurpation[3] (see Chapter 3).

The Ferrette Habsburg Line

The Habsburgs are still powerful, and are waiting in the wings. This covert plan to rule America in a religious manner, opens the door for the Habsburgs who ruled Mexico, and were in league with Britain to import a Irish Catholic Army during the Civil War in order to conquer the United States.Jon

The competition “Grenzen fließen” is over.
The prizes were  handed over  by Michael Salvator Archduke Habsburg-Lorraine, by President Kinsky and by the initiator of the competition Peter Heinrich Wessenberg

1st Award Dr. Peter Graf Coreth, Austria, Fratres
2nd Price Marc Glotz, Alsace, Flaxlanden
3rd Price Prof. Kerstin Odendahl, Dr. Hans Martin Tschudi, Dr. Joachim Beck

The death of Ulrich III of Ferrette in Basel on March 11, 1324 marks a decisive turning point in the history of the Haute-Alsace. The heritage which he bequeaths to his two daughters encompasses the Sundgau, the south of Vosges, the gateway to Burgundy and the northern fringe of the Jura. Here are located the cities of Delle, Thann and Altkirch.Considering his advantage, Leopold I reacts quickly to the news of the death of Ulrich III. He sends his younger unmarried brother Albert to Jeanne of Montbéliard, the widow of Ulrich III, so that he can win the hand of Jeanne, the oldest daughter. Jeanne of Montbéliard obtains a stately sum for her youngest daughter Ursula for renouncing the throne. The negotiations are successful and on March 17 she affixes her seal in Thann to the agreement with Albert. Albert earns the nickname “The Wise” as a result of the marriage. For through it he obtains for the Hapsburgs dominion over the only compact political unit in Alsace. In addition, the children of Albert and Jeanne of Ferrette are the only ones who continue the Hapsburg lineage since none of his brothers have any descendants.

http://www.habsburg.net/en/art-culture/epochen/habsburg-kommt-an-die-macht/the-heritage-of-ferrette/

The society Joan of Ferrette (SJF) aims to implement the international, cultural and historical competition “Grenzen fließen” (flowing borders). The medieval figure Joan of Ferrette is a symbol of the special dynamics of our European consciousness.
The routes through medieval Europe by Joan had nothing in common with travelling nowadays. There were completely different borders and different conditions of life. Everything was different from whatever we can imagine today.  The SJF  therefore encourages the reflection on people living along borders or in areas with constantly changing borders in the middle of Europe. Since we do not find any similarities with the historical circumstances, we expect references to a modern and humane Europe without any limitations caused by politics and administration in the visible relics of the past.

The members of the society are historians, eminent scientists and persons involved in cross-border cultural cooperation. In 2010 the president of the society will award prizes to the best historical works on the subject “Grenzen fließen”.
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Who was Joan of Ferrette?
The death of Ulrich III of Ferrette in Basel on 11 March 1324 marks a decisive turning point in the history of the Haute-Alsace. The heritage which he bequeaths to his two daughters encompasses the Sundgau, the south of Vosges, the gateway to Burgundy and the northern fringe of the Jura. Considering his advantage, Leopold I reacts to the news of the death of Ulrich III quickly. He sends his younger unmarried brother Albert to Joan of Montbéliard, the widow of Ulrich III, so that he can win the hand of Joan, the oldest daughter of Ulrich III. The negotiations are successful and on March 17 she affixes her seal in Thann to the agreement with Albert. So Albert obtains the only compact political unit in Alsace for the Habsburgs domain. In addition, the children of Albert and Joan of Ferrette are the only ones who continue the Habsburg lineage since none of his brothers have any descendants. Joan died in Scheibbs (Lower Austria) and is buried together with her husband in the “Kartause Gaming” near Scheibbs.
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Abbot Michael Prochászka and the coordinators of the cultural and historical competition,  Brigitte and  Peter Heinrich Wessenberg, started with the preparations for a conference in the autumn of 2009. This meeting will present the results and works of each Regional Committee for the  competition “Grenzen fließen”.

In planning:
Annual Conference of the Europ. Regional Committee

Working title: “Living specimen from the Rhine to the Danube”
Contributions from European Historical regions

24 to 26 October 09
in “Stift Geras”,
near the Czech border in the northern Waldviertel
Lower Austria

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The count de Ferrette Marie!
The festivities of the marriage of Albert II de Monaco and Charlene Wittstock make the joy of the people of the principality. To this occasion, the people sundgauvien will follow certainly this event with a small pinching in the middle because he did not forget that the prince of Monaco carries also the titles of count de Ferrette, of Belfort, of Thann and Rosemont, as well as the title of baron d’ Altkirch and lord of Issenheim.

Lastst year, the principality even emitted a notebook of four stamps (county of Ferrette, Baronnie d’ Altkirch, county of Thann and county of Rosemont). This initiative made following the historical visit in Alsace by prince Albert II de Monaco, in May 2006. One remembers that the Head of State had made stage in Sundgau, in order to visit two old strongholds having belonged to his family, Altkirch and Ferrette and for which it preserves nothing any more but the honorary titles: baron d’ Altkirch and count de Ferrette.

Visit of prince Albert II de Monaco

Photo catch with Altkirch, in 2006, at the time of the official visit of prince Albert II de Monaco, (accompanied by Otto d’ Habsbourg, on the right on the photograph

The society Joan of Ferrette (SJF) aims to implement the international, cultural and historical competition “Grenzen fließen” (flowing borders). The medieval figure Joan of Ferrette is a symbol of the special dynamics of our European consciousness.
The routes through medieval Europe by Joan had nothing in common with travelling nowadays. There were completely different borders and different conditions of life. Everything was different from whatever we can imagine today.  The SJF  therefore encourages the reflection on people living along borders or in areas with constantly changing borders in the middle of Europe. Since we do not find any similarities with the historical circumstances, we expect references to a modern and humane Europe without any limitations caused by politics and administration in the visible relics of the past.

The members of the society are historians, eminent scientists and persons involved in cross-border cultural cooperation. In 2010 the president of the society will award prizes to the best historical works on the subject “Grenzen fließen”.
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Who was Joan of Ferrette?
The death of Ulrich III of Ferrette in Basel on 11 March 1324 marks a decisive turning point in the history of the Haute-Alsace. The heritage which he bequeaths to his two daughters encompasses the Sundgau, the south of Vosges, the gateway to Burgundy and the northern fringe of the Jura. Considering his advantage, Leopold I reacts to the news of the death of Ulrich III quickly. He sends his younger unmarried brother Albert to Joan of Montbéliard, the widow of Ulrich III, so that he can win the hand of Joan, the oldest daughter of Ulrich III. The negotiations are successful and on March 17 she affixes her seal in Thann to the agreement with Albert. So Albert obtains the only compact political unit in Alsace for the Habsburgs domain. In addition, the children of Albert and Joan of Ferrette are the only ones who continue the Habsburg lineage since none of his brothers have any descendants. Joan died in Scheibbs (Lower Austria) and is buried together with her husband in the “Kartause Gaming” near Scheibbs.
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1.
Beatrice de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1255. She was the daughter of 2. Richard de NEUCHÂTEL and 3. Marguerite de MONTFAUCON. She married Jacques de GRANDSON, son of Pierre Ier de GRANDSON and Agnes de NEUCHÂTEL. He was born Abt 1255, and died Bef 1297.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2.
Richard de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1215, and died 1269. He was the son of 4. Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL and 5. Petronille de FERRETTE.
3.
Marguerite de MONTFAUCON was born Abt 1230. She was the daughter of 6. Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON and 7. Alix Algearde de FERRETTE.

Children of Marguerite de MONTFAUCON and Richard de NEUCHÂTEL are:
1.
i.
Beatrice de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1255. She married Jacques de GRANDSON, son of Pierre Ier de GRANDSON and Agnes de NEUCHÂTEL. He was born Abt 1255, and died Bef 1297.

ii.
Thibault III de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1250, and died 1304. He married Agnes de COMMERCY Abt 1270, daughter of Gaucher II de COMMERCY and Marguerite de BELLEVESVRE. She was born Abt 1250, and died Aft 1324.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

4.
Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1195, and died 1268. He was the son of 8. Fromond II de DRAMELAY and 9. ? de ROUGEMONT.
5.
Petronille de FERRETTE was born Abt 1190, and died Bef 1238. She was the daughter of 10. Richard Ier de FERRETTE and 11. Marie de BRIENNE.

Child of Petronille de FERRETTE and Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL is:
2.
i.
Richard de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1215, and died 1269. He married Marguerite de MONTFAUCON, daughter of Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON and Alix Algearde de FERRETTE. She was born Abt 1230.
6.
Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON died Est 1282. He was the son of 12. Richard III de MONTFAUCON and 13. Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ.
7.
Alix Algearde de FERRETTE died Est 1285. She was the daughter of 14. Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE and 15. Hedwige von URACH.

Children of Alix Algearde de FERRETTE and Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON are:

i.
Sybille de MONTFAUCON was born Aft 1226, and died 30 Mar 1277. She married Rodolphe III de NEUCHÂTEL Bef 1249, son of Berchtold de NEUCHÂTEL and Richenza von FROBURG. He was born Est 1225, and died 1264.

ii.
Agnes de MONTFAUCON died 1272. She married Ulrich I von AARBERG, son of Ukrich III de NEUCHÂTEL and Jolande von URACH. He was born Est 1221, and died Aft 1276.
3.
iii.
Marguerite de MONTFAUCON was born Abt 1230. She married Richard de NEUCHÂTEL, son of Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL and Petronille de FERRETTE. He was born Abt 1215, and died 1269.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

8.
Fromond II de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1145, and died 1213. He was the son of 16. Humbert de DRAMELAY and 17. ? ?.
9.
? de ROUGEMONT. She was the daughter of 18. Thibault II de ROUGEMONT and 19. Alais ?.

Child of ? de ROUGEMONT and Fromond II de DRAMELAY is:
4.
i.
Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL was born Abt 1195, and died 1268. He married Petronille de FERRETTE, daughter of Richard Ier de FERRETTE and Marie de BRIENNE. She was born Abt 1190, and died Bef 1238. He married Elisabeth de JONVELLE 1238, daughter of Gui II de JONVELLE and Elisabeth de NOGENT. She was born Abt 1205, and died Aft 1268.
10.
Richard Ier de FERRETTE was born Abt 1165. He was the son of 20. Louis Ier de FERRETTE and 21. Richenza von HABSBURG.
11.
Marie de BRIENNE. She was the daughter of 22. T T.

Child of Marie de BRIENNE and Richard Ier de FERRETTE is:
5.
i.
Petronille de FERRETTE was born Abt 1190, and died Bef 1238. She married Thibault Ier de NEUCHÂTEL, son of Fromond II de DRAMELAY and ? de ROUGEMONT. He was born Abt 1195, and died 1268.
12.
Richard III de MONTFAUCON died 1237. He was the son of 24. Amedee II de MONTFAUCON and 25. Beatrice de JOINVILLE.
13.
Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ died 1223. She was the daughter of 26. Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and 27. Beatrix de CHALON.

Children of Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and Richard III de MONTFAUCON are:
6.
i.
Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON died Est 1282. He married Alix Algearde de FERRETTE, daughter of Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE and Hedwige von URACH. She died Est 1285.

ii.
Comtesson de MONTBÉLIARD died 1271. She married Humbert de COSSONAY, son of T T.

iii.
Amedee III de MONTFAUCON was born Est 1220, and died 1280. He married Mathilde von SAARBRÜCKEN, daughter of Simon III von SAARBRÜCKEN and Laurette de HAUTE-LORRAINE. She was born Est 1215, and died 1276.

iv.
Richard IV de MONTFAUCON died Est 1277. He married Isabelle de CHAY, daughter of Guillaume de CHAY and Marguerite de MAILLY. She was born Abt 1200, and died Est 1273.
14.
Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE was born Est 1180, and died 1 Feb 1233 in assassiné, Orbey, 68, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, FRA. He was the son of 28. Louis Ier de FERRETTE and 29. Richenza von HABSBURG.
15.
Hedwige von URACH was born Bef 1190, and died 1262. She was the daughter of 30. Egino VI le barbu von URACH and 31. Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN.

Children of Hedwige von URACH and Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE are:
7.
i.
Alix Algearde de FERRETTE died Est 1285. She married Thierry III Dietrich le grand de MONTFAUCON, son of Richard III de MONTFAUCON and Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ. He died Est 1282.

ii.
Ulrich de FERRETTE was born Abt 1210, and died 1275. He married Agnes de VERGY Aft 1240, daughter of Guillaume Ier de VERGY and Clemence de FOUVENT. She was born Abt 1215, and died 1261.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

16.
Humbert de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1110. He was the son of 32. Fromond Ier de DRAMELAY and 33. ? de MONTFAUCON.
17.
? ?.

Child of ? ? and Humbert de DRAMELAY is:
8.
i.
Fromond II de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1145, and died 1213. He married ? de ROUGEMONT, daughter of Thibault II de ROUGEMONT and Alais ?.
18.
Thibault II de ROUGEMONT was born Abt 1120. He was the son of 36. Thibaut Ier de ROUGEMONT and 37. Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES.
19.
Alais ?.

Children of Alais ? and Thibault II de ROUGEMONT are:
9.
i.
? de ROUGEMONT. She married Fromond II de DRAMELAY, son of Humbert de DRAMELAY and ? ?. He was born Abt 1145, and died 1213.

ii.
Humbert II de ROUGEMONT was born Abt 1160, and died Bef 1227. He married Sybille de BESANÇON, daughter of Odon de BESANÇON and Julienne ?.
20.
Louis Ier de FERRETTE was born 1125, and died 1189 in en Croisade, 0. He was the son of 40. Frederic de FERRETTE and 41. Stephanie de VAUDÉMONT.
21.
Richenza von HABSBURG was born 1135, and died 1180. She was the daughter of 42. Werner II von HABSBURG and 43. Ita von THIERSTEIN.

Children of Richenza von HABSBURG and Louis Ier de FERRETTE are:
14.
i.
Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE was born Est 1180, and died 1 Feb 1233 in assassiné, Orbey, 68, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, FRA. He married Hedwige von URACH, daughter of Egino VI le barbu von URACH and Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN. She was born Bef 1190, and died 1262.
10.
ii.
Richard Ier de FERRETTE was born Abt 1165. He married Marie de BRIENNE, daughter of T T.
22.
T T.

Child of T T is:
11.
i.
Marie de BRIENNE. She married Richard Ier de FERRETTE, son of Louis Ier de FERRETTE and Richenza von HABSBURG. He was born Abt 1165.
24.
Amedee II de MONTFAUCON was born Est 1130. He was the son of 48. Richard II de MONTFAUCON and 49. Agnes de MONTBÉLIARD.
25.
Beatrice de JOINVILLE was born Est 1120. She was the daughter of 50. Roger Ier de JOINVILLE and 51. Alearde de VIGNORY.

Children of Beatrice de JOINVILLE and Amedee II de MONTFAUCON are:
12.
i.
Richard III de MONTFAUCON died 1237. He married Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ Est 1205, daughter of Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and Beatrix de CHALON. She died 1223.

ii.
Agnes de MONTFAUCON was born Abt 1150, and died Aft 1199. She married Erard II de BRIENNE 1156, son of Gauthier II de BRIENNE and ? de NESLE. He was born Abt 1130, and died 8 Feb 1191.
26.
Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ was born Abt 1170, and died 1240. He was the son of 52. Etienne II de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and 53. Judith de HAUTE-LORRAINE.
27.
Beatrix de CHALON was born 1174, and died 7 Apr 1227 in abbaye, La Ferté/Grosne, Saône-&-Loire, FRA. She was the daughter of 54. Guillaume IV de CHALON and 55. Beatrice de SOUABE.

Children of Beatrix de CHALON and Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ are:

i.
Jean Ier le sage de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ was born Est 1190, and died 30 Sep 1267. He married Mahaut de BOURGOGNE, daughter of Hugues III de BOURGOGNE and Beatrix d’ALBON. She was born Est 1190. He married Isabeau de COURTENAY, daughter of Robert Ier de COURTENAY and Mahaut de MEHUN. She was born Est 1219, and died 22 Sep 1257. He married Laure de COMMERCY, daughter of Simon de COMMERCY and Mathilde von SAARBRÜCKEN. She died 1275.

ii.
Beatrice Blanche de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ was born Est 1195, and died 1261. She married Simon de JOINVILLE, son of Geoffroy IV de JOINVILLE and Helvide de DAMPIERRE. He was born 1175, and died 1233. She married Aymon II de FAUCIGNY, son of Henri de FAUCIGNY and Comtessa de GENÈVE. He died Apr 1253.
13.
iii.
Agnès de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ died 1223. She married Richard III de MONTFAUCON Est 1205, son of Amedee II de MONTFAUCON and Beatrice de JOINVILLE. He died 1237.
28.
Louis Ier de FERRETTE Same as person number 20.
29.
Richenza von HABSBURG Same as person number 21.
30.
Egino VI le barbu von URACH was born Est 1165, and died 1230. He was the son of 60. Egino V von URACH and 61. Cunegonde von HALLGRAF.
31.
Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN was born Est 1170, and died 1239. She was the daughter of 62. Berthold IV le riche von ZÄHRINGEN and 63. Heilwige von FROBURG.

Children of Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN and Egino VI le barbu von URACH are:

i.
Jolande von URACH. She married Ukrich III de NEUCHÂTEL, son of Ulrich II de NEUCHÂTEL and Berthe de GRANGES. He was born Est 1170, and died 1225.
15.
ii.
Hedwige von URACH was born Bef 1190, and died 1262. She married Frederic II le fier de FERRETTE, son of Louis Ier de FERRETTE and Richenza von HABSBURG. He was born Est 1180, and died 1 Feb 1233 in assassiné, Orbey, 68, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, FRA.

iii.
Cunegonde von URACH died Bef 1244. She married Othon von EBERSTEIN, son of Eberhard III von EBERSTEIN and Cunegonde d’ANDECHS. He was born 1170, and died 1250.

iv.
Egino V de FREIBURG died 1237. He married Adelheid von NEUFFEN, daughter of Henri Ier von NEUFFEN and Adelheid von ACHALM. She was born Bef 1208, and died 1248.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6

32.
Fromond Ier de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1080. He was the son of 64. T T.
33.
? de MONTFAUCON. She was the daughter of 66. Welf de MONTFAUCON and 67. Raimondis ?.

Child of ? de MONTFAUCON and Fromond Ier de DRAMELAY is:
16.
i.
Humbert de DRAMELAY was born Abt 1110. He married ? ?. He married ? ?.
36.
Thibaut Ier de ROUGEMONT was born Est 1080. He was the son of 72. Etienne de ROUGEMONT.
37.
Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES was born Est 1100, and died Est 1156. She was the daughter of 74. Thibault de TRAVES.

Child of Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES and Thibaut Ier de ROUGEMONT is:
18.
i.
Thibault II de ROUGEMONT was born Abt 1120. He married Alais ?.
40.
Frederic de FERRETTE was born 1080, and died 1160. He was the son of 80. Thierry II ou Dietrich Ier de MONTBÉLIARD and 81. Ermentrude de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ.
41.
Stephanie de VAUDÉMONT was born 1100, and died 1188. She was the daughter of 82. Gerard de HAUTE-LORRAINE and 83. Ewide de NORDGAU.

Child of Stephanie de VAUDÉMONT and Frederic de FERRETTE is:
20.
i.
Louis Ier de FERRETTE was born 1125, and died 1189 in en Croisade, 0. He married Richenza von HABSBURG, daughter of Werner II von HABSBURG and Ita von THIERSTEIN. She was born 1135, and died 1180.
42.
Werner II von HABSBURG was born Est 1104, and died 1167. He was the son of 84. Otton II le docte von HABSBURG and 85. Ida de FERRETTE.
43.
Ita von THIERSTEIN was born Est 1110. She was the daughter of 86. Wermer Ier von THIERSTEIN and 87. ? von HOHENZOLLERN.

Children of Ita von THIERSTEIN and Werner II von HABSBURG are:
21.
i.
Richenza von HABSBURG was born 1135, and died 1180. She married Louis Ier de FERRETTE, son of Frederic de FERRETTE and Stephanie de VAUDÉMONT. He was born 1125, and died 1189 in en Croisade, 0.

ii.
Albert III von HABSBURG was born Abt 1134, and died 1199. He married Ita von PFULLENDORF, daughter of Rodolphe II von PFULLENDORF and Elisabeth de RAVENSBOURG.
48.
Richard II de MONTFAUCON was born Est 1100, and died 1150. He was the son of 96. Amedee Ier de MONTFAUCON and 97. ? de NEUCHÂTEL.
49.
Agnes de MONTBÉLIARD was born Est 1115, and died 1148. She was the daughter of 98. Thierry III Dietrich II de MONTBÉLIARD and 99. Gertrude de HABSBOURG.

Children of Agnes de MONTBÉLIARD and Richard II de MONTFAUCON are:
24.
i.
Amedee II de MONTFAUCON was born Est 1130. He married Beatrice de JOINVILLE, daughter of Roger Ier de JOINVILLE and Alearde de VIGNORY. She was born Est 1120.

ii.
Clementine de MONTFAUCON was born Aft 1128, and died Aft 1163. She married Gerard IV de FOUVENT, son of Humbert III le brun de FOUVENT and ? ?. He was born Abt 1115, and died 1171.
50.
Roger Ier de JOINVILLE was born Est 1085, and died 1137. He was the son of 100. Geoffroy II de JOINVILLE and 101. Hodierne de COURTENAY.
51.
Alearde de VIGNORY was born Est 1090, and died Aft 1140. She was the daughter of 102. Guy III de VIGNORY and 103. Beatrix de BOURGOGNE.

Children of Alearde de VIGNORY and Roger Ier de JOINVILLE are:
25.
i.
Beatrice de JOINVILLE was born Est 1120. She married Amedee II de MONTFAUCON, son of Richard II de MONTFAUCON and Agnes de MONTBÉLIARD. He was born Est 1130.

ii.
Geoffroy III de JOINVILLE was born 1115, and died 1198. He married Felicite de BRIENNE, daughter of Erhard Ier de BRIENNE and Alix de RAMERUPT. She was born Est 1105, and died Aft 1178.

iii.
Hadwide de JOINVILLE was born Aft 1110. She married Gosbert III d’ASPREMONT, son of Thierry Ier de BRIEY and Hadwide d’ASPREMONT. He was born Est 1103, and died 1138.
52.
Etienne II de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ was born 1130, and died Aft 1197. He was the son of 104. Guillaume I de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and 105. Adelaide Poncette de TRAVES.
53.
Judith de HAUTE-LORRAINE was born 1150, and died 1173. She was the daughter of 106. Mathieu Ier de HAUTE-LORRAINE and 107. Berthe von HOHENSTAUFEN.

Child of Judith de HAUTE-LORRAINE and Etienne II de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ is:
26.
i.
Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ was born Abt 1170, and died 1240. He married Beatrix de CHALON Est 1186, daughter of Guillaume IV de CHALON and Beatrice de SOUABE. She was born 1174, and died 7 Apr 1227 in abbaye, La Ferté/Grosne, Saône-&-Loire, FRA. He married Blandine de CICON. She was born Abt 1185.
54.
Guillaume IV de CHALON was born Est 1120, and died 1202. He was the son of 108. Guillaume III de CHALON and 109. ? ?.
55.
Beatrice de SOUABE was born Aft 1156. She was the daughter of 110. Frederic Ier barberousse de SOUABE and 111. Beatrix de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ.

Child of Beatrice de SOUABE and Guillaume IV de CHALON is:
27.
i.
Beatrix de CHALON was born 1174, and died 7 Apr 1227 in abbaye, La Ferté/Grosne, Saône-&-Loire, FRA. She married Etienne III de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ Est 1186, son of Etienne II de BOURGOGNE-COMTÉ and Judith de HAUTE-LORRAINE. He was born Abt 1170, and died 1240. She married Guillaume IV des BARRES Est 1200, son of Guillaume III des BARRES and Amicie de LEICESTER. He was born Abt 1185, and died Abt 1250.
60.
Egino V von URACH was born Est 1125, and died 1180. He was the son of 120. Egino IV le jeune von URACH and 121. Hadewich von HABSBURG.
61.
Cunegonde von HALLGRAF was born Est 1140, and died 4 Nov 1168. She was the daughter of 122. Engelbert Ier von HALLGRAF and 123. Hedwige de FORMBACH.

Child of Cunegonde von HALLGRAF and Egino V von URACH is:
30.
i.
Egino VI le barbu von URACH was born Est 1165, and died 1230. He married Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN, daughter of Berthold IV le riche von ZÄHRINGEN and Heilwige von FROBURG. She was born Est 1170, and died 1239.
62.
Berthold IV le riche von ZÄHRINGEN was born Est 1135, and died 1186. He was the son of 124. Konrad von ZÄHRINGEN and 125. Clementine de NAMUR.
63.
Heilwige von FROBURG was born Est 1135, and died 1183. She was the daughter of 126. Hermann Ier von FROBURG.

Children of Heilwige von FROBURG and Berthold IV le riche von ZÄHRINGEN are:
31.
i.
Agnes von ZÄHRINGEN was born Est 1170, and died 1239. She married Egino VI le barbu von URACH, son of Egino V von URACH and Cunegonde von HALLGRAF. He was born Est 1165, and died 1230.

ii.
Anne von ZÄHRINGEN was born Abt 1165. She married Ulrich III von KYBURG, son of Hartmann III von KYBURG and Richenza von ZURICHGAU. He was born Abt 1155, and died 1217.

e death of Ulrich III of Ferrette in Basel on March 11, 1324 marks a decisive turning point in the history of the Haute-Alsace. The heritage which he bequeaths to his two daughters encompasses the Sundgau, the south of Vosges, the gateway to Burgundy and the northern fringe of the Jura. Here are located the cities of Delle, Thann and Altkirch.Considering his advantage, Leopold I reacts quickly to the news of the death of Ulrich III. He sends his younger unmarried brother Albert to Jeanne of Montbéliard, the widow of Ulrich III, so that he can win the hand of Jeanne, the oldest daughter. Jeanne of Montbéliard obtains a stately sum for her youngest daughter Ursula for renouncing the throne. The negotiations are successful and on March 17 she affixes her seal in Thann to the agreement with Albert. Albert earns the nickname “The Wise” as a result of the marriage. For through it he obtains for the Hapsburgs dominion over the only compact political unit in Alsace. In addition, the children of Albert and Jeanne of Ferrette are the only ones who continue the Hapsburg lineage since none of his brothers have any descendants.

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Johanna
von Pfirt
(Ferrette)
1300 – 1351

Johanna
von Pfirt
(Ferrette), heiress of Pfirt.
Born: Basle, , , Switzerland 1300
Baptised:
Died: Vienna, Austria 15th Nov 1351
Buried:
Family:
von Pfirt

Ancestors
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1.
Johanna
von Pfirt
(Ferrette) (
von Hapsburg
) 1300 – 1351
2.
Ulrich III
von Pfirt
(
de Bourgogne
) + 1324
3.
Jeanne
de Bourgogne
(
von Pfirt
) + 1348
6.
Reinald
de Bourgogne
(
de Neufchatel
) + 1322

7.
Guillemette
de Neufchatel
(
de Bourgogne
)

Siblings

Spouses

1. May 1324
Albrecht II (the Wise)
von Hapsburg
(
von Pfirt
) 1298 – 1358

Descendants
[ Options ]
a.
Albrecht II (the Wise)
von Hapsburg
(
von Pfirt
) 1298 – 1358
1.
Katharina
von Hapsburg
1334 – 1387
2.
Rudloph IV
von Hapsburg
1339 – 1365
3.
Margarete
von Hapsburg
c. 1346 – 1366
4.
Friedrich III
von Hapsburg
1347 – 1362
5.
Albrecht III
von Hapsburg
(
von Nuremberg
) 1348 – 1395
5a.
Beatrice
von Nuremberg
(
von Hapsburg
)
5.1.
Albrecht IV
von Hapsburg
1377 – 1404 …
6.
Leopold III
von Hapsburg
(
Visconti
) 1351 – 1386
6a.
Virida
Visconti
(
von Hapsburg
) 1350 – 1414
6.1.
Wilhelm
von Hapsburg
1370 – 1406
6.2.
Leopold IV
von Hapsburg
1371 – 1411
6.3.
Ernst (the Iron Duke)
von Hapsburg
(
von Masovia
) 1377 – 1424 …
6b. ?
6.4.
Friedrich IV
von Hapsburg
(
von Wittelsbach
) 1382 – 1439
Sources

Family Archivists: see
von Pfirt

Timeline

1300
Born Basle, Switzerland
May 1324
Married
Albrecht II (the Wise)
von Hapsburg
(
von Pfirt
) 1298 – 1358
15th Nov 1351
Died Vienna, Austria

Werner II von HABSBURG

The competition “Grenzen fließen” is over.
The prizes were  handed over  by Michael Salvator Archduke Habsburg-Lorraine, by President Kinsky and by the initiator of the competition Peter Heinrich Wessenberg

1st Award Dr. Peter Graf Coreth, Austria, Fratres
2nd Price Marc Glotz, Alsace, Flaxlanden
3rd Price Prof. Kerstin Odendahl, Dr. Hans Martin Tschudi, Dr. Joachim Beck

The society Joan of Ferrette (SJF) aims to implement the international, cultural and historical competition “Grenzen fließen” (flowing borders). The medieval figure Joan of Ferrette is a symbol of the special dynamics of our European consciousness.
The routes through medieval Europe by Joan had nothing in common with travelling nowadays. There were completely different borders and different conditions of life. Everything was different from whatever we can imagine today.  The SJF  therefore encourages the reflection on people living along borders or in areas with constantly changing borders in the middle of Europe. Since we do not find any similarities with the historical circumstances, we expect references to a modern and humane Europe without any limitations caused by politics and administration in the visible relics of the past.

The members of the society are historians, eminent scientists and persons involved in cross-border cultural cooperation. In 2010 the president of the society will award prizes to the best historical works on the subject “Grenzen fließen”.
>>top_______________________________________________
Who was Joan of Ferrette?
The death of Ulrich III of Ferrette in Basel on 11 March 1324 marks a decisive turning point in the history of the Haute-Alsace. The heritage which he bequeaths to his two daughters encompasses the Sundgau, the south of Vosges, the gateway to Burgundy and the northern fringe of the Jura. Considering his advantage, Leopold I reacts to the news of the death of Ulrich III quickly. He sends his younger unmarried brother Albert to Joan of Montbéliard, the widow of Ulrich III, so that he can win the hand of Joan, the oldest daughter of Ulrich III. The negotiations are successful and on March 17 she affixes her seal in Thann to the agreement with Albert. So Albert obtains the only compact political unit in Alsace for the Habsburgs domain. In addition, the children of Albert and Joan of Ferrette are the only ones who continue the Habsburg lineage since none of his brothers have any descendants. Joan died in Scheibbs (Lower Austria) and is buried together with her husband in the “Kartause Gaming” near Scheibbs.
http://ferrette.mvnet.at/eng-ferrette/menue/about.htm#society

Abbot Michael Prochászka and the coordinators of the cultural and historical competition,  Brigitte and  Peter Heinrich Wessenberg, started with the preparations for a conference in the autumn of 2009. This meeting will present the results and works of each Regional Committee for the  competition “Grenzen fließen”.

In planning:
Annual Conference of the Europ. Regional Committee

Working title: “Living specimen from the Rhine to the Danube”
Contributions from European Historical regions

24 to 26 October 09
in “Stift Geras”,
near the Czech border in the northern Waldviertel
Lower Austria

>> Conference Ambience
>> Stift Geras

The count de Ferrette Marie!
The festivities of the marriage of Albert II de Monaco and Charlene Wittstock make the joy of the people of the principality. To this occasion, the people sundgauvien will follow certainly this event with a small pinching in the middle because he did not forget that the prince of Monaco carries also the titles of count de Ferrette, of Belfort, of Thann and Rosemont, as well as the title of baron d’ Altkirch and lord of Issenheim.

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