Otto II, Count of Habsburg
|Otto II, Count of Habsburg|
|Spouse(s)||Hilla von Pfirt|
|Noble family||House of Habsburg|
|Father||Werner I, Count of Habsburg|
|Mother||Reginlinde of Nellenburg|
|Died||8 November 1111|
Otto II (died November 8, 1111) was a Graf of Habsburg (count) and one of the founding members of the Habsburg family. He was the son of Werner I, Count of Habsburg. In 1108, Otto accompanied Kaiser Heinrich V on a campaign against Hungary. On his return, in 1111, he was murdered. Otto was probably the first person to adopt the title "Graf von Habsburg".
- Wappenbuch des Hans Ulrich Fisch. Aarau 1622, Otho Graff zuo Habsburg, S. 26 Sp. 1 (Staatsarchiv Aargau, V/4-1985/0001:26r). Staatsarchiv Aargau, V/4-1985/0001:26r
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