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Frederick I, Duke of Lorraine

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Frederick I
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Duke of Lorraine
Reign1205 - 1206
PredecessorSimon II, Duke of Lorraine
SuccessorFrederick II, Duke of Lorraine
Bornc. 1143
Died7 April 1206
SpouseWierzchoslawa Ludmilla of Greater Poland
IssueFrederick II, Duke of Lorraine
Thierry
Henry
Philip
Matthias
Agatha
Judith
Hedwige
Cunigunda
HouseHouse of Lorraine
FatherMatthias I, Duke of Lorraine
MotherBertha Hohenstaufen

Frederick I (French: Ferry or Ferri) (c. 1143 – 7 April 1206) was the duke of Lorraine from 1205 to his death. He was the second son of Matthias I and Bertha (also called Judith), daughter of Frederick II, Duke of Swabia. He succeeded his brother, Simon II, who had already given him the county of Bitche in 1176 and had recognised him over the northern, germanophone half of Lorraine by the Treaty of Ribemont of 1179. Judith had wanted him to succeed to all their father's inheritance, but a three-year civil war only secured him Bitche and a half-portion.

Simon abdicated to a monastery in 1205, recognising Frederick's son Frederick as heir. Frederick inherited it all nevertheless, but died a year later and it went to his son by Wierzchoslawa Ludmilla (1150–1223),[1] daughter of Mieszko III the Old, duke of Greater Poland and high duke of all Poland. Their children were:

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  1. ^ Michel Parisse, Noblesse et chevalerie en Lorraine médiévale: les familles nobles du XIe au XIIIe siècle, (Service des publications de l'Université de Nancy II, 1982), 400.
Preceded by
Simon II
Duke of Lorraine
1205–1206
Succeeded by
Frederick II


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