Adolph IX died without an heir on 26 January 1390. After his death, Count Nicholas of Holstein-Rendsburg and his nephews occupied Holstein-Kiel and Holstein-Plön . The Counts of the Holstein-Pinneberg branch of the House of Schauenburg objected and demanded a share of the inheritance.
- c. 1327
- Catherine of Glogów
- 26 January 1390
- John III, Count of Holstein-Plön
Adolph IX, Count of Holstein-Kiel and Adolf IV of Holstein · See more » Agnes of Brandenburg. Not to be confused with Agnes of Babenberg Agnes of Brandenburg (c. 1257 – 29 September 1304) was a Danish Queen consort by marriage to King Eric V of Denmark. New!!: Adolph IX, Count of Holstein-Kiel and Agnes of Brandenburg · See more »
Holstein-Kiel: Margareta of Denmark 1276 two children Sons of John I, ruled jointly. In 1273 divided the land: John II kept Holstein-Kiel; Adolph received Holstein-Segeberg. After the death of Adolph in 1308 without descendants, Holstein_Segeberg returned to Holstein-Kiel. In 1316, John II was deposed by his cousin John III from Holstein-Plön.
Adolph IX, Count of Holstein-Kiel (291 words) no match in snippet view article find links to article Adolph IX, Count of Holstein-Kiel, also known as Adolph VII, (c. 1327 – 26 January 1390) was count of Holstein-Kiel and Holstein-Plön from 1359 until
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Adolph IX, Count of Holstein-Kiel; Adolph VI, Count of Holstein-Schauenburg; Albert II, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg; C. Catherine Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg;
Counts of Schauenburg and Holstein. The noble family of the Counts of Schauenburg and Holstein originated from the castle looking at Rinteln ( Schaumburg) at the Weser.In addition to the ordinary rule, with its residence places Biickeburg and Hagen, the family was enfeoffed with the counties of Holstein and Stormarn.
Nicholas, Count of Schauenburg and Holstein-Rendsburg (also known as Claus of Holstein; 1321 – 8 May 1397 in Itzehoe) was a titular Count of Schauenburg.Together first with his brother and then with his nephews, Nicholas was the co-ruling Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from 1340 until his death.
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