- Adelheid of Oldenburg (1425–1475); first married Ernest III, Count of Hohenstein (died 1454) and then in 1474 Gerhard VI, Count of Mansfeld (died 1492). References [ edit ] Britannica Library, Christian I, 2019
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Adelheid von Oldenburg (Schleswig-Holstein, Oldenburg), Gräfin zu Hohnstein-Klettenberg, Gräfin zu Mansfeld-Querfurt Russian: Адельгейда Ольденбург, Gräfin zu Hohnstein-Klettenberg, Gräfin zu Mansfeld-Querfurt
Adelheid Hohenstein passed away in Washington, District of Columbia. The obituary was featured in The Washington Post on November 22, 2001.
Her 2-Great Grandchildren: Heinrich X von BOINEBURG zu HONSTEIN ; Hermann II von BOYNEBURG ; Bertha von BOINEBURG gen. HOHENSTEIN Her 5-Great Grandchildren: Friedrich von BOINEBURG zu HONSTEIN ; Gertrud von BOINEBURG zu Honstein ; Oleke von PAPENHEIM ; Georg von PAPENHEIM ; Johann von MEISENBUG ; Friedrich von TROTT zu Solz
List of biographies from Adelheid K Hohenstein through Emma Hohenstein. Profiles of our loved ones and ancestors with the Hohenstein surname at AncientFaces.
She was a daughter of Gerhard VI of Holstein-Rendsburgand his wife, Catherine Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg. Her brother was Adolf VIII/I, Count of Holstein/Duke of Schleswig. Through their father, they were cognaticdescendants of King Eric V of Denmark(1249–1286) while through their mother, they were cognatic descendants of King Abel of Denmark(1218–1252).
May 10, 2003 · Adelheid von Anhalt-Bernburg was the daughter of Bernhard V Prinz von Anhalt-Bernburg and Elisabeth von Hohenstein. She died after 1415. She died after 1415. Elizabeth Pincheon 1
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Adelheid (1425–1475), first married Ernest III, the Count of Hohnstein (d. 1454) and then, in 1474, Gerhard VI, Count of Mansfeld (d. 1492). Male line of descendants [ edit ] Dietrich of Oldenburg is a direct ancestor of the Danish royal family having given birth to the first House of Oldenburg King of Denmark, Christian I.
When his first wife died, Duke Albert married a second time to Countess Adelheid of Hohenstein, daughter of Count Ulrich of Hohenstein. That marriage apparently was childless. Duke Albert had five surviving children born from his marriage with Euphemia: sons Henry, Albert and Magnus and daughters Ingeborg and Anna.