- Henry I, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (1258–1304) was the first Count of Holstein-Rendsburg. Holstein-Rendsburg is the name of a county that existed from 1290 to 1459, ruled by a line of the Schauenburg family.
Holstein-Rendsburg is the name of a county that existed from 1290 to 1459, ruled by a line of the Schauenburg family. Rise and fall of the county. The Schauenburgs had ruled in Holstein since 1110/1111. In 1290, when Count Gerhard I of Holstein-Itzehoe died, his portion of Holstein was divided
Gerhard VII, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (1404 – 24 July 1433 in Emmerich am Rhein) was Count of Holstein-Rendsburg and by claim also Duke of Schleswig, as Gerhard III.. He was the youngest son of Gerhard VI and his wife Elizabeth of Brunsw
Gerhard III of Holstein-Rendsburg (c. 1292 – 1 April 1340), sometimes called Gerhard the Great, and in Denmark also known as Count Gert or den kullede greve ("the bald count"), was a German prince from the Schauenburg family who ruled Holstein-Rendsburg and a large part of Denmark during the interregnum of 1332–40.
Henry I, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (1258–1304) was the first Count of Holstein-Rendsburg.
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Jul 28, 2016 · Count Henry II of Holstein-Rendsburg (nickname Iron Henry; c. 1317 – c. 1384) was count of Holstein-Rendsburg and pledge lord of Southern Schleswig. He ruled jointly with his younger brother, Count Nicholas (d. 1397).
Albert II of Holstein (c. 1369 – 28 September 1403 in Dithmarschen (Ditmarsh)) was the ruling Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from his father's death, in 1381 or 1384, until 1397. From 1397 until his death, he was Count of Holstein-Segeberg.
Henry IV, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg was Count of Holstein-Rendsburg and Duke of Schleswig from 1404 until his death.
Henry was the son of Gerhard VI of Holstein and Catherine Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg from the Holstein-Rendsburg line of the House of Schauenburg. His father, Gerhard VI, fell in battle on 4 August 1404 during an attempt to conquer Dithmarschen. Henry was seven years old at the time; his mother took up his guardianship, while the regency was taken up by his uncle Henry III. Henry III had been at war with Denmark since 1408 over the Duchy of Schleswig. Henry III claimed it as a ...
During Henry's rule as Duke of Schleswig, representatives of the North Frisian Hundreds gathered on 17 June 1426 on the island Föhr to record Frisian law in the Siebenhardenbeliebung. This is the oldest preserved formulation or Frisian law.
Albrecht II von Holstein-Rendsburg, Graf zu Holstein-Rendsburg, Herzog von Schleswig (c.1369 - 1403) Links: The Peerage Geneall Wikipedia Count of Holstein-Rendsburg: Reign: 1381/1384–1397, with his brother Gerhard VI (1381/1384–1404) and his uncle Nicholas (1340–1397)
In 1390 the Holstein-Rendsburg line had assembled the larger part of the partitioned Holstein counties, to wit Kiel, Plön and Segeberg, but not Holstein-Pinneberg, which existed until 1640. Members of the Rendsburg family branch were often also simply titled as Counts of Holstein after 1390. For the Pinneberg family branch, usually residing in the County of Schaumburg, the titling after Schaumburg started to prevail.