Henry I, Count of Tyrol

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Henry I
Count of Tyrol
Died (1190-06-14)14 June 1190
Noble family House of Tyrol
Spouse(s) Agnes of Wangen
Father Berthold I, Count of Tyrol
Mother Agnes(?) of Ortenburg

Henry I (died 14 June 1190) was Count of Tyrol from 1180 until his death.

Henry was a younger son of Count Berthold I of Tyrol and his wife Agnes(?), a daughter of Count Otto I of Ortenburg. In 1180 he succeeded his father as Tyrolean count, jointly with his brother Berthold II. After Berthold II died in 1181, Henry I ruled alone.

Henry married Agnes, a daughter of Lord Adalbero of Wangen and sister of Bishop Frederick of Trent. The couple had the following children:

Henry I, Count of Tyrol
House of Tyrol
 Died: 14 June 1190
Preceded by
Berthold I
Count of Tyrol
1180-1190
Succeeded by
Albert IV