Henry, Marquess of Montferrat

Henry (c.1020-c.1044/5) was a member of the Aleramid dynasty.

He was a younger son of William III of Montferrat and Waza. From 1042, he was co-ruler of the March of Montferrat with his older brother Otto II of Montferrat.

Probably in 1041, certainly before 19 January 1042, he married Adelaide of Susa, the heiress of the March of Turin, which temporarily united the two great northwestern Italian marches of Turin and Montferrat.[1]

References

  • R. Merlone, ‘Prosopografia aleramica (secolo X e prima metà dell'XI),' Bollettino storico-bibliografico subalpino, LXXXI, (1983), 451-585.
  • Heinrich I, Margraf von Montferrat (in German)
  • Cawley, Charles, Medieval Lands Project on Henry of Montferrat, Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy

Notes

  1. Merlone, ‘Prosopografia aleramica,’ p. 580.


Henry, Marquess of Montferrat
Born: c.1020 Died: c.1045
Preceded by
William III
Margrave of Montferrat
c.1042-1045
With: Otto II
Succeeded by
Otto II
Preceded by
Herman
Margrave of Turin
c.1041-1045
With: Adelaide
Succeeded by
Otto I


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