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The location was renamed Limburg (chteau du dragon), a name which Kupper suggests was copied from the castle of Limburg-an-der-Hardt north-west of Speyer where Konrad II King of Germany had founded a Benedictine monastery (with links to Stablo) in 1025he Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records that Walran [II] Comte d Arlon (suggested son-in-law of Duke Frdric, see below for discussion about the famil relationship), received "dominium ultra Mosam prope Leodium" as dowry on his marriage and that he constructed "castrum de Lemborch" on the site Limburg castle passed to Count Hendrik, who quickly became an influential force at the court of Emperor Heinrich III [Heinrich IV King of Germany] as he was installed as duke of Lower Lotharingia in 1101.

He was, however, a quarrelsome imperial subject, rebelling against the emperor in the same year (when the castle of Limburg was destroyed by imperial troops) and being deprived of his duchy in 1106.

It is tempting to suggest that Frdric also installed Udo at Limburg, where he is recorded as count four years before Frdric died, because of their close family relationship.

Ernst, in his early 19th century Historie de Limbourg, after a detailed review of all the sources suggested that Udo was the same person as Waleran [II] Comte d Arlon who, for unexplained reasons, would have been called by one name in some sources and another name in others.

Under Alternative (1), Hendrik [I] would have been the son of Walran [II] Comte d Arlon.

He succeeded Frdric de Luxembourg Duke of Lower Lotharingia as avocat of Saint-Trond, suggesting a close family connection considering that the advocacies of religious establishments were often inherited by family members at that time.

Duke Frdric was also avocat of the abbeys of Stavelot and Saint-Trond, which controlled territory eastwards towards the present boundary between Belgium and Germany.

The duchy of Limburg included the whole area from the river Maas and Lige in the west, northwards to the Herrschaft of Heinsberg, and eastwards to the duchy of Jlich, Aachen and Cornelimnster abbey, the territory of the abbeys of Stavelot and Malmdy (within the bishopric of Lige) lying to the south.

The extract from the Annalista Saxo highlights another common feature of double names, which are frequently referred to in primary sources linked by some such qualifier as "dicebatur" or "cognominatus", which is not the case with Udo/Walram.

The solution of a double name cannot be excluded but it is probably a last resort in case no other solution presents itself.

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A second possibility is that Udo was the otherwise unrecorded son of Duke Frdric who succeeded his father but died soon afterwards, leaving Limburg to his sister and her husband Waleran [II] Comte d Arlon.