John's third wife Agnes was the daughter of Ulrich II of Lindow-Ruppin and widow of Lord Nicholas IV of Werle. They probably married in 1358 and had five children together: John II (died between 6 July and 9 October 1416), co-regent, then Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard, from 1408 Lord of Sternberg, Friedland, Fürstenberg and Lychen
- Anna of Saxe-Wittenberg
- between 9 August 1392 and 9 February 1393
- Henry II of Mecklenburg
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John I, Duke of Mecklenburg [-Stargard] (1326 – 9 August 1392/9 February 1393), was from 1344 to 1352 Duke of Mecklenburg from 1344 to 1352 and Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard from 1352 to 1392.
The rulers of Mecklenburg were styled Duke of (from 1815 Grand Duke of) Mecklenburg, Prince of the Wends, Schwerin and Ratzeburg, and Count of Schwerin, Lord of the Lands of Rostock and Stargard (Herzog zu / Großherzog von Mecklenburg, Fürst zu Wenden, Schwerin und Ratzeburg, auch Graf zu Schwerin, der Lande Rostock und Stargard Herr).
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John II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard was a titular Duke of Mecklenburg. He was co-ruler of Mecklenburg-Stargard from 1392 or 1393 to 1408 and the sole ruler of Sternberg, Friedland, Fürstenberg and Lychen from 1408 until his death.
He was the eldest child of John I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard, and his third wife Agnes of Lindow-Ruppin.
John II was probably born before 1370 and reigned jointly with his younger brothers Ulrich I and Albert I. He supported his cousin Albert III, who tried to enforce his rights as a king of Sweden. In this matter, he probably acted as a leader of the Victual Brothers. In 1408 John divided his inheritance with his brother Ulrich. John II received the Lordships of Sternberg, Friedland, Fürstenberg and Lychen. He chose Sternberg as his residence, and probably died there, in 1416. He was also ...
In 1388, John II married Catherine, the daughter of Grand Duke Algirdas of Lithuania. They had three children
The palace was one of the main residences of the dukes and grand dukes of Mecklenburg until 1918 and is the official seat of the state parliament since 1990. The rulers of Obotrite lands were later the Dukes and Grand Dukes of Mecklenburg. At the 1815 Congress of Vienna, Frederick Francis joined the newly established German Confederation, and like his Strelitz cousin Charles II, was elevated ...
John III, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard (1389 – after 11 November 1438) was from 1416 to 1438 Duke of Mecklenburg, Lord of Stargard, Sternberg, Friedland, Fürstenberg, and Lychen. To distinguish him from John V, Duke of Mecklenburg , he is sometimes called John the Elder .
Rudolf of Mecklenburg-Stargard (died 1415) was a Roman Catholic bishop of Skara (Sweden) and Schwerin.He resided in Bützow.. Rudolf was the son of Duke John I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard and his wife, Countess Agnes of Lindow-Ruppin.