Otto II, Count of Zutphen

Otto II, Count of Zutphen was a Dutch nobleman from the early 12th century. Otto was the son of Gottschalk, Count of Zutphen and Adelheid of Zutphen.[1]

Otto's maternal grandfather may be Otto of Hammerstein, who may have been the first count of Zutphen. Alternatively Adelheid may be a daughter of Ludolf of Zutphen and Mathilda of Hammerstein (daughter of Otto of Hammerstein).

Otto, known as "the rich", married Judith of Arnstein. They had four children:[2]


  1. Lindeborn, J. (1670) Historia sive notitia episcopatus Daventriensis (Metelen), p. 537.
  2. Holland at Medieval Lands
  3. Lindeborn (1670), p. 535.


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