- Anna of Glogau (1250/52 – 25 June 1271) was the eldest child of Konrad I, Duke of Silesia-Glogau and his first wife Salome of Greater Poland. Anna was a member of the House of Piast. Family. Anna's paternal grandparents were, Henry II the Pious and his wife, Anna of Bohemia. Anna's maternal grandfather was, Władysław Odonic, King of Poland.
Anna of Glogau Anna of Glogau (1250/52 – 25 June 1271) was the eldest child of Konrad I, Duke of Silesia-Glogau and his first wife Salome of Greater Poland. Anna was a member of the House of Piast. Family [ edit ]
Anna Von Bayern (born Glogau) was born in 1250, at birth place. Anna married Louis II Duke of Bavaria Von Bayern circa 1257, at age 7 at marriage place. They had 2 children: Maria (nun) Von Bayern and one other child. Anna passed away on month day 1271, at age 21 at death place.
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HM George I's 7-Great Grandmother. HRE Charles VI's 8-Great Grandmother. Poss. PM Churchill's 15-Great Aunt. Poss. Lady Diana's 16-Great Grandmother.
Anna of Glogau Wittelsbach (born Piast) was born in 1250, to Konrad I of Głogów Piast and Salome of Greater Poland Piast. Konrad was born in 1228. Salome was born in 1225. Anna had one brother: Henry III of Głogów Piast.
Duke Johann (=Hanus) I of Ratibor (1377-82), *ca 1332, +1382; m.1361 Anna of Glogau and Sagan (+1405) D1. Duke Johann II Ferreus of Troppau, Ratibor (1404-24) ...
Anna of Bohemia Konrad I of Głogów (Polish : Konrad I głogowski ; c. 1228/31 – 6 August 1273/74), a member of the Silesian Piasts, was Silesian duke of Głogów from 1251 until his death.
- c. 1228/31
- Henry III
Duke Henryk IX of Haynau, Lüben and Ohlau 1409, +9.1.1419-10.7.1420; m.1396 Anna of Teschen (+after 8.7.1403) D1. Duke Ruprecht II of Lüben (1419/20-31), The head of Johannites in Poland, Bohemia and Hungary 1423, *1396/1402, +1431