Othilia, Lady of Attinghausen is one of the earliest known ladies of the Castle of Attinghausen. She was likely born in the first half of the 1100s or sooner.
The exact genealogy around Othilia is uncertain. She appears in the ancient necrology of the Monastery of the Order of St. Lazarus; it says she died on August 27. It appears that the Lady of the Castle was the only woman afforded inclusion in the church books. As the later wives of this family appear to be known, Othilia was likely the wife of one of the earliest lords of Attinghausen. She appears in the same ancient church books as three very early lords of Attinghausen: Albrecht, Heinrich, and Lamprecht. She was thus likely married to one of these men, but it is impossible to know which.
She could be the mother of one of these men, or the mother of Werner, Baron of Attinghausen, but this is uncertain.
Name: Othilia, Lady of Attinghausen
Birth: Before 1150
Residence: Attinghausen Castle
Offices: Lady of Attinghausen
Death: August 27, but year unknown