Princess Ingeborg was born on 2 August 1878 at Charlottenlund Palace north of Copenhagen as the second daughter and fifth child of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark, the eldest son of King Christian IX.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Ingeborg_of_Denmark
Princess Ingeborg was born on 2 August 1878 at Charlottenlund Palace north of Copenhagen as the second daughter and fifth child of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark, the eldest son of King Christian IX.
Apr 20, 2015 · Ingeborg was born circa 1175 as the daughter of Valdemar I of Denmark and Sofia of Minsk. In 1193 she was married to Philip II of France. He had been married before and was about ten years older than her.
Apr 01, 2016 · Ingeborg was born circa 1175, the daughter of King Valdemar I the Great of Denmark and his second wife, the Russian Princess Sofia, daughter of Volodar Glevoitz, Prince of Minsk. Ingeborg’s brothers would in turn become Kings of Denmark, Knut VI and Valdemar II.
Born at Charlottenlund Palace in Copenhagen, Denmark on August 2, 1878, Ingeborg Charlotta Carolina Frederikke Louise was the second daughter and fifth child of the future King Frederik VIII of Denmark and his wife, Lovisa of Sweden. Unusually for the time, Ingeborg and her siblings were raised mostly by their mother rather than servants.
Ingeborg Charlotta Carolina Frederikke Louise von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg af Danmark was born 2 August 1878 in Charlottenlund to Frederick VIII of Denmark (1843-1912) and Louise of Sweden (1851-1926) and died 11 March 1958 inStockholm of unspecified causes. She married O. Carl W. of Sweden (1861-1951) 27 August 1891 in Copenhagen. Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814 ...
- 2 August 1878 Charlottenlund
- Louise of Sweden (1851-1926)
- 11 March 1958 Stockholm
- O. Carl W. of Sweden (1861-1951)
Ingeborg was born some time around 1174 although the exact date and place of her birth is unrecorded. Her father was King Valdemar “The Great” of Denmark, while her mother was Sofia of Minsk. Valdemar died in 1182 leaving Ingeborg's eldest brother Canute as King Canute VI.
Ingeborg's predicament is described in her many letters to Denmark and the papacy. In one of her letters, Ingeborg pleaded for help from Pope Innocent III, in the following words: Set me free, from those who hate me, so that I shall not drown in the deep waters since I am being pursued for no reason.
- Pierre Charlot de France, Évêq...
Mar 12, 2018 · Despite her extensive royal family connections, Princess Ingeborg of Denmark (1878-1958) married a man she called "a complete stranger." Two of her brothers were kings of Denmark and Norway. Her first cousins included a King of England, a King of Greece, and a Czar of Russia.
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Ingeborg of Denmark Eriksdotter (1244–Mar 1287), Find a Grave Memorial no. 81592261, ; Maintained by William Bjornstad (contributor 47016546) Unknown.