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  1. John II of Werle - Wikipedia

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    John II of Werle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John II, Lord of Werle [-Güstrow] nicknamed The Bald (after 1250 – 27 August 1337), was from 1309 to 1316 co-regent of Werle and from 1316 to 1337 Lord of Werle-Güstrow. He was the second eldest son of John I of Werle and Sophie of Lindow-Ruppin.

  2. Werle - Wikipedia

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    Henry II , Lord of Werle in Penzlin, (1291–1307) (son of Henry I) Nicholas II, Lord of Werle (1283–1316) (son of John I) John II, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (1316–1337) (son of John I) John III, Lord of Werle-Goldberg (1316–1350), d. 1352 (son of Nicholas II) Nicholas III, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (1337–1360) (son of John II) Bernard II ...

  3. John III of Werle - Wikipedia

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    John III, Lord of Werle (nicknamed John van Ruoden; born: before 1300; died: between 1 April and 28 August 1352) was Lord of Werle-Goldberg from 1316 until his death. He was the son of Nicholas II and Rixa of Denmark. After the death of his father, Nicholas II, in 1316, it was decided to divide Werle.

    • before 1300
    • Rixa of Denmark
  4. Person:John II of Werle (1) - Genealogy

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    John II of Werle. b. aft 1250 Parchim, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania d. 27 Aug 1337

  5. Nicholas II of Werle — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Nicholas II, Lord of Werle (before 1275 – 18 February 1316 in Pustow, near Güstrow) was Lord of Werle-Parchim from 1283 until his death, and from 1292 Lord of Werle.. His uncle Henry I of Werle was killed in 1291 by his sons Henry II and Nicholas, because he had remarried and they felt this threatened their inheritance.

  6. John I of Werle — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    John I, Lord of Werle-Parchim (c. 1245 – 15 October 1283), was from 1277 to 1281 to Lord of Werle and from 1281 to 1283 and to Lord of Werle-Parchim. He was the eldest son of Nicholas I and Jutta of Anhalt. After his father's death in 1277, he first reigned werle together with his brothers Henry I and Bernard I. In 1281, it was decided to ...

  7. Nicholas II of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas II died in 1316. After his death, Werle was split again, with Nicholas' son John III taking Werle-Goldberg and Nicholas' younger brother John II taking Werle-Güstrow. Marriage and issue. Nicholas first married in 1292, with Richeza (died before 27 October 1308), a daughter of King Eric V of Denmark. He had two children with her:

    • before 1275
    • 18 February 1316, Pustow, near Güstrow
  8. John I of Werle - Wikipedia

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    He was the eldest son of Nicholas I and Jutta of Anhalt. After his father's death in 1277, he first ruled Werle together with his brothers Henry I and Bernard I. In 1281, it was decided to divide Werle and John took over control of Werle-Parchim.

    • c. 1245
    • Jutta of Anhalt
  9. Werle : definition of Werle and synonyms of Werle (English)

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    Werle (or Wenden) was a fiefdom, or Herrschaft (territory) in German, in the Holy Roman Empire that was founded in 1235. It was created in the partition of territories in Mecklenburg that followed the death of Henry Borwin II of Mecklenburg (died 1226).

  10. John IV of Werle - Wikipedia

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    He was the son of Nicholas IV and Agnes of Lindow-Ruppin. As he was still a minor when he inherited Werle, his mother put him under the guardianship of Duke Albert II of Mecklenburg. However, a dispute arose between Albert II and John's mother, and she then chose Lord Nicholas III of Werle -Güstrow as his guardian.