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  1. Gerhard III, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg - Wikipedia › wiki › Gerhard_III,_Count_of

    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.

    • c. 1292
    • 1 April 1340, Randers
  2. Gerhard III. von Holstein-Rendsburg (c1293-1340 ... › wiki › Gerhard_III

    Gerhard III. der Groote Gert Schauenburg von Holstein-Rendsburg, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg, was born circa 1293 to Heinrich I. von Holstein-Rendsburg (1258-1304) and Heilwig von Bronkhorst (1265-aft1324) and died 1340 of unspecified causes. He married Sophia von Werle (c1300-1339) 1289 JL.

    • 1293
    • Sophia von Werle (c1300-1339)
    • Heilwig von Bronkhorst (1265-aft1324)
    • Count of Holstein-Rendsburg
  3. Graaf van Holstein-Rendsburg Gerhard III von Holstein ... › people › Graaf-van-Holstein-Rendsburg

    May 21, 2020 · Genealogy for Graaf van Holstein-Rendsburg Gerhard III von Holstein-Rendsburg (Holstein, Schauenburg), Graf (c.1292 - 1340) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  4. Gerhard III of Holstein-Rendsburg | European Royal History › tag › gerhard

    Eric VI of Denmark, Gerhard III of Holstein-Rendsburg, Jutland, King Christopher II of Denmark, King Magnus IV of Sweden, Valdemar Atterdag, Valdemar IV of Denmark Christopher II (September 29, 1276 – August 2, 1332) was King of Denmark from 1320 to 1326 and again from 1329 until his death.

  5. Gerhard III › dic › enwiki

    Seal of Count Gerhard III Gerhard III of Holstein (Rendsburg) (about 1292 – April 1, 1340). Sometimes called “Gerhard the Great”. In Denmark also known as “Count Gert” or “den kullede greve” (Eng.: The bald Count). A German prince who was the…

  6. Category:Gerhard III of Holstein (-Rendsburg) - Wikimedia › wiki › Category:Gerhard_III

    Count of Holstein-Rendsburg. Upload media ... Media in category "Gerhard III of Holstein (-Rendsburg)" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total.

    • 1 April 1340 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584), Randers
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  7. Counts of Schauenburg and Holstein - Wikipedia › wiki › Counts_of_Schauenburg_and

    Holstein-Rendsburg: Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg 1354 one child Nicholas and Henry ruled jointly as sons of Gerhard III. In 1375 they inherited the Duchy of Schleswig from the House of Estridsen. In 1384, with the death of his brother, Nicholas associated his nephews (Gerhard and Albert, sons of Henry) to power.

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  8. Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg - Wikipedia › wiki › Gerhard_VI,_Count_of

    After their uncle Nicholas had died in 1397 the brothers divided their possessions, the elder keeping Schleswig and Holstein-Rendsburg, and Albert II receiving Holstein-Segeberg as secundogeniture. In 1403 Gerhard regained Segeberg by way of reversion upon Albert's death in action against Ditmarsh , thus ruling almost the whole of Holstein except of Holstein-Pinneberg .

  9. Henry II of Holstein-Rendsburg, count (c.1317 - c.1389 ... › people › Henry-II-of-Holstein

    Jul 28, 2016 · Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (as Henry II): Reign 1340-1381/1384 with his brother Nicholas (1340-1397) Predecessor: Gerhard III Successor: Nicholas, Albert II and Gerhard VI Duke of Schleswig: (as Henry II): 1375-1381/1384 with his brother Nicholas (1375-1386) Predecessor: Henry I Successor: Nicholas

  10. Nikolaus von Holstein-Rendsburg, Graf zu Holstein-Rendsburg ... › people › Nikolaus-von-Holstein

    Son of Gerhard III von Holstein-Rendsburg, Graf and Grevinne Sophie av Werle Husband of Elisabeth von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Herzogin zu Sachsen-Wittenberg, Gräfin zu Holstein-Rendsburg Father of Elisabeth von Schauenburg-Holstein-Rendsburg, Herzogin zu Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Herzogin zu Sachsen-Lauenburg Brother of Henry II of Holstein ...