Stephen Ostoja (died September 1418) was King of Bosnia from 1398 to 1404 and from 1409 to 1418.
Stephen Ostojić (Serbo-Croatian: Stjepan Ostojić/Стјепан Остојић) was King of Bosnia from the death of his father Ostoja in 1418 until his deposition by the nobility in 1420.
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Ostoja was the only non-Catholic king of Bosnia, and Thomas was raised as a member of the Bosnian Church, to which his parents adhered.   Tvrtko II deposed Stephen Ostojić , Ostoja's only known legitimate child and successor, in 1421.
Stephen Ostoja of Bosnia. b. d. Sep 1418
Stephen was born into the House of Kotromanić as one of the two known sons of the Bosnian prince Thomas by a commoner named Vojača. The other son died as an adolescent. Stephen's father was an adulterine son of King Ostoja and a younger brother of Radivoj, who contested the rule of their cousin King Tvrtko II.
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King Stephen Ostoja died in September of 1418 and his oldest son from his marriage with Kujava, Stephen Ostojić, was elected King of Bosnia. Full title. King of Serbs, Bosnia, the Seaside, the Hum Land, the Western Lands, the Lower Edges, Usora, Soli and the Drina