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  1. 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
  2. Karl II, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels - Wikipedia

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    After the death of Lord Jiřík Zajímač of Kunštát in 1587, his sister Catherine, who was married to Hynek Brtnice of Waldstein Czech: Hynek Brtnický z Valdštejna, transferred the Lordship of Jevišovice in South Moravia to Charles II, because the Münsterberg line was the only surviving branch of the Kunštát family.

    • Catherine Berka of Duba, Elisabeth Magdalena of Brieg
    • 28 January 1617 (aged 71), Oleśnica
  3. Charles I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels - Wikipedia

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    Charles I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels (also: Charles I of Podebrady, Czech: Karel z Minstrberka, German: Karl I. von Münsterberg; 2 or 4 May 1476, in Kladsko – 31 May 1536, in Frankenstein) was a member of the House of Poděbrady. He was Duke of Münsterberg and Duke of Oels as well as Count of Kladsko.

  4. Category:Margarethe von Münsterberg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Ursula of Brandenburg, Duchess of Münsterberg-Oels: Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden: Agnes Hedwig of Anhalt: Margaret of Baden: Joachim Ernest, Prince of Anhalt: Catherine of Lorraine, Margravine of Baden-Baden: Dorothea Maria of Anhalt: Augustus, Prince of Anhalt-Plötzkau: John V, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst: Rudolph, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst

  5. Charles II, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels

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    After the death of Lord Jiřík Zajímač of Kunštát in 1587, his sister Catherine, who was married with Hynek Brtnice of Waldstein (Czech: Hynek Brtnický z Valdštejna, transferred the Lordship of Jevišovice in South Moravia to Charles II, because the Münsterberg line was the only surviving branch of the Kunštát family. [4]

  6. John, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels - Wikipedia

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    Johann Berger family was a member of the Münsterberg branch of the noble Poděbrady family. His parents were Charles I, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels and Anna of Sagan, daughter of Duke John II "the Mad" of Żagań. On 20 February 1536 John married Christina Catherine of Schidlowitz (Polish: Krystyna Katarzyna Szydłowiecka; 1519–1556). Later ...

  7. principality of munsterberg : définition de principality of ...

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    After lengthy negotiations the estates of Münsterberg on 25 April 1443 chose duke Vilém Opavský as their new ruler. His claims were justified because of two reasons: He was the son of Přemyslid Přemysl Opavský and Catherine, the sister of the last Piast of Münsterberg, John († 1428). He was moreover married to Salome, a daughter of ...

  8. William, Duke of Opava - Wikipedia

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    Life. His parents were Przemko I, Duke of Opava (d. 1433) and his second wife, Catherine of Münsterberg (d. 1422).. His father died in 1433, leaving five sons. The oldest brother, Wenceslaus II took up the guardianship for his younger half-brothers William, Ernest and Przemko II, while Wenceslaus's younger brother Nicholas IV styled himself Lord of Zlaté Hory.

  9. Heinrich von Muensterberg (1452 - 1492) - Genealogy

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    wikipedia. Henry the Younger of Poděbrady (also: Henry the Younger of Münsterberg; German: Heinrich der Jüngere von Podiebrad or Heinrich d. J. von Münsterberg; Czech: Hynek Poděbrady or Hynek z Minstrberka; born: 18 May 1452 in Prague, died: 1 July 1492 in Poděbrady) was an Imperial Count and Count of Kladsko (Glatz).

  10. Hedwig of Münsterberg-Oels - Wikipedia

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    Hedwig was a daughter of Duke Charles I of Münsterberg-Oels, who was a grandson of the King George of Bohemia. Her mother was Anna of Sagan, a daughter of John II, the last Duke of Żagań (Sagan). On 9 January 1525 Hedwig married George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach-Kulmbach. She was George's second wife. The marriage produced two daughters:

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