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  1. John III, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard - Wikipedia

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    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.

  2. John II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard - Wikipedia

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    In 1388, John II married Catherine ("Wilheida"), the daughter of Grand Duke Algirdas ("Olgierd") of Lithuania. They had three children: Agnes, (d. 1467), married Duke Otto II of Pomerania; John III, who succeeded him as Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard and Lord of Sternberg (1417-1438) Anna (1390-1467), abbess in Ribnitz Abbey (1423-1467)

  3. List of rulers of Mecklenburg - Wikipedia

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    Mecklenburg-Stargard: Luttrud of Anhalt-Köthen before 1438 no children: Son of John II. Ruled jointly with his cousins, Albert II and Henry. Albert II: before 1400: 1417-1421/23: between 11 February 1421 and 4 October 1423: Mecklenburg-Stargard: Unmarried: Son of Ulrich I. Ruled jointly with his brother Henry and cousin John III. Henry I Gaunt ...

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  5. John I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard - Wikipedia

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    John I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard, Duke of Mecklenburg from 1344 to 1352 and Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard from 1352 to 1392.

    He was probably the youngest child from the second marriage of Lord Henry II "the Lion" of Mecklenburg and Anna of Saxe-Wittenberg, a daughter of Duke Albert II of Saxe-Wittenberg.

    John I was probably born in 1326. His father died in 1329, and he remained under guardianship until 1344, when he came of age and began to carry a seal as a participant in the governance of Mecklenburg. On 8 July 1348, Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV raised John and his brother Albert II to the rank of Duke in Prague. John, Albert and Charles initially supported the False Waldemar, but in 1350 they reconciled with his supporter Duke Louis V of Bavaria. Upon the division of Mecklenburg on 25 Novemb

    John married three times. His first wife Rixa probably died soon after the wedding and the marriage remained childless.

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  6. Rulers of Mecklenburg - House of Mecklenburg

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    Princes (Kings) of the Obotrites

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Niklot (1090–August 1160) 1131–1160[Prince of the Obotrites] 2. Pribislav (unknown–30 December 1178) 1167–1178[Son of Niklot, Prince of the Obotrites, Lord of Mecklenburg] 3. Wertislav(unknown)–1164) [Son of Niklot), Prince of the Obotrites]

    Lords in the Land of the Obotrites

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Heinrich Borwin I (d. 28 January 1227) 1178–1227[Son of Pribislav] 2. Nicholas I(before 1164—25 May 1200) 1183–1200 [Son of Wertislav, Lord of Rostock] 3. Heinrich Borwin II (1170–5 December 1226) 1219–1226[Son of Heinrich Borwin I, Lord of Rostock] 4. Nicholas II (before 1180–28 September 1225) 1283–1316[Son of Heinrich Borwin I, Lord of Mecklenburg]

    Johann I Line

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Johann I, "the Theologian" (ca. 1211–1 August 1264) 1227–1264[Son of Heinrich Borwin II, Lord of Mecklenburg] 2. Heinrich I, the Pilgrim (ca. 1230–2 January 1302) 1264-1271, 1298-1302[Son of Johann I, Lord of Mecklenburg] 3. Albert I (after 1230–15 May or 17 May 1265) 1264–1265[Brother of Heinrich I, Lord of Mecklenburg] 4. Nicholas III (after 1230–8 June 1289 or 1290) 1264–1289[Brother of Heinrich I, Lord of Mecklenburg, regent] 5. Johann II (ca. 1250–1...

    Mecklenburg-Schwerin Lines

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Albert(Albrecht) II) "the Great" (1318–18 February 1379) 1329–1379[Son of Henry II, Lord of Mecklenburg, from 1348 Duke] 2. Henry(Heinrich) III (ca. 1337–24 April 1383) 1379–1383[Son of Albert II] 3. Magnus I (ca. 1345–1 September 1384) 1379–1384[Son of Albert II] 4. Albert(Albrecht) III (ca. 1338–March 1412) 1384–1412Duke of Mecklenburg, King of Sweden (1364–1389), [Son of Albert II] 5. Albert(Albrecht) IV (before 1363–between 24 and 31 December 1388) 1...

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign' [Notes] 1. John (Johann) IV/I (1326–between 9 August 1392 and 9 February 1393) 1329–1392[Son of Heinrich II, Lord of Mecklenburg, from 1348 Duke] 2. John (Johann) II (before 1370–between 6 July and 9 October 1416) 1392–1416[Son of Johann , Duke of Mecklenburg [-Stargard-Sternberg] 3. Ulrich I (before 1382–8 April 1417) 1392–1417[Son of Johann I, Duke of Mecklenburg -Stargard-Neubrandenburg] 4. Albrecht I (before 1377–between 11 February and 15 July 1397) 1392–139...

    Name (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Albert VII, "the Handsome" (25 July 1486–7 January 1547) 1503–1547[Son of Magnus II] 2. John Albert I (23 December 1525 – 12 February 1576) '1547-1556[Son of Albert VII] 3. Ulrich III (5 March 1527–14 March 1603) 1555–1603[Son of Albert VII, initiator of the German Imperial Diet] 4. Johann Albrecht II (5 May 1590–23 April 1636) 1592–1628, 1631–1636[Son of Johann VII] 5. Albrecht von Wallenstein (24 September 1583–25 February 1634) 1628–1631 [Ruled after Adolf Fred...

    Mecklenburg-Schwerin Line

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Frederick William (28 March 1675–31 July 1713) 1692–1713[Nephew of Christian Ludwig I] 2. Karl Leopold (26 November 1678–28 November 1747) 1713–1728[Brother of Frederick William], named in the Reichsexekution of 1717, was deposed in 1728 by the Aulic Council in Vienna in favour of his brother Christian Ludwig II. 3. Christian II Ludwig (15 November 1683–30 May 1756) 1728–1756[Brother of Karl Leopold] 4. Frederick(Friedrich "the Pious" (9 November 1717–24...

    Name/Geni link (lived) Reign[Notes] 1. Adolf Frederick II (19 October 1658–12 May 1708) 1701–1708[son of Adolf Frederick I] 2. Adolf Friedrich III (7 June 1686–11 December 1752) 1708–1752[Son of Adolf Frederick II] 3. [https://www.geni.com/people/Ping/53%E2%80%931794'''[Nephew of Adolf Friedrich III] 4. Charles II (10 October 1741–6 November 1816) 1794–1816[Brother of Adolf Friedrich IV], from 1815 Grand Duke 5. Georg (12 August 1779–6 September 1860) 1816–1860[Son of Charles II] 6. Friedrich...

  7. Henry, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard - Wikipedia

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    In 1436 he and his cousin Duke John III of Mecklenburg-Stargard and Henry IV, Duke of Mecklenburg, inherited the Lordship of Werle. After John III's death, Henry ruled all of Mecklenburg-Stargard. Henry was considered a warlike ruler.

  8. Henry II, Lord of Mecklenburg - Wikipedia

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    John I (1329-1392), Lord of Mecklenburg and from 1348, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard Beatrix of Mecklenburg, (born: 1324; died: 5 August 1399), abbess of the Ribnitz Monastery (1348-1395) His third wife was Agnes, the daughter of Count Ulrich of Lindow-Ruppin (died: after 30 July 1343).

  9. List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage | Page 51 ...

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    Agnes (1320-1340) M. 1338 Nicholas III, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (c. 1315-1360) House of Mecklenburg (Werle-Güstrow branch) Beatrix (1324-), a nun; John I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Stargard (1326-) R. 1348- M. ?? Anna of Pinneburg (??-1358) House of Mecklenburg-Stargard

  10. Lychen English Translation - Examples Of Use Lychen In A ...

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    Translations of the word LYCHEN from german to english and examples of the use of "LYCHEN" in a sentence with their translations: Verfügbare yachtcharter boote in lychen in den nächsten 6 monaten.