Burchard (bishop of Utrecht)

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Burchard was Bishop of Utrecht between 1100 and 1112. He was dean in Strasbourg before he was appointed as bishop by Emperor Henry IV in 1100. He supported the Emperor during the investiture controversy but he did not play a major part in it. He gave Count Floris II of West Frisia, the title Count of Holland in 1101.

Burchard
Bishop of Utrecht
ChurchCatholic Church
DioceseArchdiocese of Utrecht
In office1100–1112
Personal details
Died1112

Burchard was interred in the Cathedral of Saint Martin, Utrecht.

Preceded by
Conrad
Bishop of Utrecht
1100–1112
Succeeded by
Godbald