Chadaloh II, count in Swabia

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Chadaloh "der Swerzhuntare", Graf im Schwaben

Also Known As: "Chaladoch", "Chadaloh", "Chadalo (II) in der /SWERZHUNTARE/"
Birthplace: Sulmetingen, Germany
Death: 875 (50-59)
Sulmetingen, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Brechtold der Munterishuntare and Gersuinde
Husband of Raguinsinde ou Raginlinde d'Asolvingen
Father of Berthold I, count palatine in Swabia and Berthold Chadalohsson von Schwaben

Occupation: Duc de Souabe, Comte de Bar, Huntari, Margrave, de Frioul
Managed by: Jan Olof Lötvall
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re Sulmetingen, Germany:

Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature, Volume XXII, by John Wilkes. London 1828.

Sulmetigen, Upper - a small town of the west of Germany, in Wirtemburg [sic] ...Near it is the large village of Lower Sulmetigen.

There is no current town or village of Sulmetigen in Germany.

Württemberg is a historical German territory. Together with Baden and Hohenzollern, two other historical territories, it now forms the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg. Originally part of the old Duchy of Swabia.

The Duchy of Swabia was created in 911. Prior to that time, from the 3rd century the area was known as Alamannia.

historical & modern place name in 820: Sulmetigen, Alamannia, Kingdom of the Franks [Baden-W%C3%BCrttemberg, Germany]
historical & modern place name in 875, after the Kingdom of the Franks was divided in 843: Sulmetigen, Alamannia, East Francia [Baden-W%C3%BCrttemberg, Germany]