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Subject: Theuderic III, Isenburg-Kempenich, Salentin of Isenburg-Kempenich, Rosemann of Isenburg-Kempenich, Theodoric II of Isenburg-Kempenich, Gerard I of Isenburg-Kempenich
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Theodoric III of Isenburg-Kempenich

Theodoric III of Isenburg-Kempenich (German: Dietrich III. von Isenburg-Kempenich) was a Lord of Isenburg-Kempenich co-ruling with his uncles Florentin and Theodoric II.

Theodoric was a son of Salentin of Isenburg-Kempenich who co-ruled with his brothers. After Salentin's death, Theodoric became a co-ruler with his uncles. Theodoric eventually outlived his uncles. He was succeeded by his son Gerard I.

Preceded by:

Theodoric III

Succeeded by:

Rosemann and Theodoric II Lord of Isenburg-Kempenich
with... Rosemann and Theodoric II
Gerard I
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