Conrad I, Count of Oldenburg

Conrad I of Oldenburg (German: Konrad I. von Oldenburg; died 1347) was the Count of Oldenburg from 1344 to 1347. He succeeded his brother, John III of Oldenburg.

Conrad I
Count of Oldenburg
Reign1344–1347
PredecessorJohn III
SuccessorConrad II
BornOldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany
Died1367[citation needed]
Germany
Noble familyHouse of Oldenburg
Spouse(s)Ingeborg of Holstein-Plön
Issue
Conrad II
Gerard of Oldenburg
Agnes, Countess von Winstorf
Christian V
FatherJohn II, Count of Oldenburg
MotherHedwig of Diepholz

He was the son of John II of Oldenburg and Hedwig of Diepholz.[1] Conrad married Ingeborg, the daughter of Count Gerhard IV of Holstein-Plön. They had four children:

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://thepeerage.com/p473.htm#i4723 The Peerage
  2. ^ Anderson, James. Royal Genealogies, Or the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes. Retrieved 3 March 2014.
Conrad I, Count of Oldenburg
 Died: 1367
Regnal titles
Preceded by
John III with
Christian IV
Count of Oldenburg
1324–1367
with his half-brother John III (1301/05–1342)
and his nephew John IV (1345–1356)
Succeeded by
John IV with
Conrad II and
Christian V