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  1. William, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Duke William of Opava (Czech: Vilém Opavský; c. 1410 – 15 August 1452) was a member of Opava branch of the Bohemian Přemyslid dynasty.He was Duke of Opava from 1433 to 1452 and Duke of Münsterberg from 1443 to 1452.

    • c. 1410
    • Holy Spirit Church in Opava
  2. Duke William of Opava (Czech: Vilém Opavský; c. 1410 – 15 August 1452) was a member of Opava branch of the Bohemian Přemyslid dynasty. He was Duke of Opava from 1433 to 1452 and Duke of Münsterberg from 1443 to 1452.

  3. Přemek I, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    After Anna's death, Přemek married to Catherine (died: 23 May 1422) of Münsterberg, a sister of John, who was the last Duke of Münsterberg from the Silesian Piasts dynasty. With her, he had three more children: William of Opava (d. 1452), Duke of Opava and Münsterberg; Ernest of Opava (d, 1464), Duke of Opava and Münsterberg

    • c. 1365
    • Anna of Lutz, Catherine of Münsterberg, Helena of Bosnia
  4. William, Duke of Opava - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Duke William of Opava (Czech: Vilém Opavský ; c. 1410 – 15 August 1452) was a member of Opava branch of the Bohemian Přemyslid dynasty. He was Duke of Opava from 1433 to 1452 and Duke of Münsterberg from 1443 to 1452.

  5. John II, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Thus, William owned a two-thirds share of Opava. However, William died the following year and Ernest, acting as guardian for William's underage sons, sold this share to Duke Bolko V of Opole. Bolko V died in 1460, and his share of Opava fell to King George of Bohemia as a completed fief .

    • c. 1425
    • Elisabeth of Kravař
  6. Przemko III, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    His parents were Duke William of Opava and Salome, a daughter of the Bohemian nobleman Půta III of Častolovice. After his father's death in 1452, his brother Ernest took up the guardianship of Przemko and his four siblings.

  7. Wenceslaus II, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Life. His parents were Duke Przemko I of Opava and his first wife, Anna of Lutz (d. 1405). Around 1420, Wenceslaus II married to Elisabeth of Kravař. After his father's death in 1433, Wenceslaus II took up the guardianship of his younger half-brothers William, Ernest and Przemko II, while his younger brother Nicholas IV styled himself Lord of Zlaté Hory.

  8. Ernest, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    This meant William possessed a 2/3 share of Opava. After William's death in 1452, the Duchy of Münsterberg fell to Ernest, according to the agreement of 1451. Ernest also took up the guardianship of William's children. As their guardian, he sold William's 2/3 share of the Opava to Duke Bolko V of Opole, after 1454.

  9. Przemko II, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Przemko II of Opava (Primislaus of Troppau, Czech: Přemysl II. Opavský, Polish: Przemek II Opawski; (c. 1423-1425 – 16 June 1478) was a member of the Opava branch of the Přemyslid dynasty. He was Duke of Opava from 1433 until his death. From 1466, he was also a member of the cathedral chapter of Wrocław.

  10. Frederick, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    He was co-ruler of Opava from 1452 to 1456. Life. His parents were Duke William of Opava and his wife Salome (d. 1489), and daughter of the Bohemian nobleman Půta III of Častolovice. After his father died in 1452, his uncle Ernest took up the guardianship of Frederick and his two brothers and two sisters.

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