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  1. Catherine Sunesdotter - Wikipedia

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    Catherine was the eldest daughter of Helena Sverkersdotter and Sune Folkason. Catherine did not have any brothers, but a sister, Benedikte Sunesdotter of Bjelbo. Catherine's maternal grandparents were King Sverker II and Queen Benedicta. Descending from the families of Bjelbo and Sverker, she was a member of one of the Geatish clans.

  2. Talk:Catherine Sunesdotter - Wikipedia

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    Perhaps Catherine of Bjelbo would sound better, as she reunited the two rivaling dynasties? Just a sugestion. -- 85.226.235.208 ( talk ) 12:33, 9 June 2008 (UTC) The Swedish article has long had an unanswered source request for Ymseborg .

  3. Category:Catherine (Swedish queen 1244) - Wikimedia Commons

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    Catherine (born about 1210, died 1252), in Swedish Katarina Sunesdotter, was a Swedish noblewoman who by marriage became Queen of Sweden.

  4. Helen of Sweden (13th century) - Wikipedia

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    In 1243, her daughter, Catherine Sunesdotter (c. 1215 – 1252) was married to King Eric XI, thus finally uniting the two Swedish dynasties. Around 1244, Benedikte Sunadotter , the younger daughter of Sune Folkason and Helena Sverkersdotter, was abducted by Laurens Pedersson, Justiciar of Östergötland while she was being educated at the Vreta ...

  5. SZWECJA - royaltombs.dk

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    Married in 1244 at Östra Aros (now Uppsala) CATHERINE Sunesdotter (+1252). He was crowned in 1224 in Gamla Uppsala Cathedral. Deposed and exiled in Denmark 1229-1234. Restored in 1234. Died in 1250. Buried in Varnhem Abbey Church. His Queen Catherine (Katarina) was buried in Gudhem Abbey. 1229-1234: CANUTE THE LONG (Knut långe) Born in ...

  6. Women of History - Index K

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    Karin, Katarina Sunadotter see Catherine Sunesdotter Karinska, Barbara – (1886 – 1983) Kariokka ... Catherine Katherine de Valois (1) – (1377 – 1388)

  7. Catherine Karlsdotter - Find link - Edward Betts

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    Catherine Sunesdotter (428 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article (1445–1448) Karin Karlsdotter (1448) Merete Lydekedatter (1448) Catherine Karlsdotter (1448–1450) Dorothea of Brandenburg*^ (1457–1464) Elin Gustavsdotter

  8. Svantepolk of Viby - Wikipedia

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    She was the sister of Queen Catherine Sunesdotter (c. 1215 – 1252), wife of King Eric XI of Sweden. Svantepolk Knutsson was the father of Ingrid Svantepolksdotter (d. ca.1350), wife of Folke Algotsson (d. ca. 1310) and later abbess of Vreta Abbey. They were the parents of Swedish councilor Knut Folkesson (d. 1348).

  9. Women of History - Index C

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    Catherine of Siena see Benincasa, Caterina Catherine of Taranto – (b. c1390) Catherine of Valois see Katherine de Valois Catherine of Wurttemburg – (1783 – 1835) Catherine of Ymseborg see Catherine Sunesdotter Catherine of York – (1479 – 1527) Catherine Pavlovna – (1788 – 1819) Catherine Podebradie – (1449 – 1464)

  10. Benedicta Sunesdotter (Folkungaätten) (c.1220 - c.1261 ...

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    Benedicta Sunesdotter (Folkungaätten) Benedicta of Bjelbo (Swedish: Bengta Sunesdotter; died 1261) was a Swedish noblewoman and a central figure in the incident known as the Maiden Abduction from Vreta, wherein she, like her mother, Princess Helen of Sweden before her, and her daughter, Ingrid Svantepolksdotter after her, was abducted from Vreta Abbey by the man she later married.