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  1. Balthasar of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Werle-Goldberg Balthasar, Lord of Werle -Güstrow (c. 1375 – 5 April 1421) was Lord of Werle-Güstrow from 1393 or 1394 to 1421 and Prince of Wenden from 1418. He was the eldest son of Lorenz of Werle and Matilda of Werle-Goldberg (d. before 17 December 1402).

    • circa 1375
    • Cathedral in Güstrow
  2. Nicholas III of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Brunswick Nicholas III, Lord of Werle-Güstrow , nicknamed Staveleke (between 1311 and 1337 – between 10 August 1360 and 1 August 1361), was Lord of Werle - Güstrow from 1337 to 1360. He was the eldest son of John II of Werle and Matilda of Brunswick.

    • after 1311 and before 1337
    • Matilda of Brunswick
  3. List of rulers of Mecklenburg - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Werle 26 February 1377 no children: Magnus I: c.1345: 1379-1384: 1 September 1384: Mecklenburg-Schwerin: Elizabeth of Pomerania-Wolgast after 1362 two children: Ruled jointly with his brother Henry III. John VI: c.1320: 1382-1395: c. 1395: Werle-Güstrow-Waren: Agnes of Mecklenburg-Werle-Goldberg before 1395 four children: John IV: before 1370: 1384-1422: 16 October 1422

  4. Pedigree: Mathilde von WERLE

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    HM George I's 17-Great Aunt. HRE Ferdinand I's 14-Great Aunt. HRE Charles VI's 18-Great Aunt. U.S. President [MONROE] 's 25-Great Aunt. PM Churchill's 25-Great Aunt.

  5. William of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Werle-Goldberg William of Werle (before 1393 or 1394 – 8 September 1436), was co-regent of Werle from 1418 to 1425, then the sole ruler from 1425 until his death. After 1426, he called himself "Prince of the Wends".

    • before 1394
    • 8 September 1436, Güstrow
  6. Bernard II of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Brunswick-Grubenhagen Bernhard II, Lord of Werle [-Güstrow] (born: c. 1320 ; died: between 16 January 1382 and 13 April 1382) was from 1339 to 1347 Lord of Werle-Güstrow, from 1347 to 1382 Lord of Werle-Waren and from 1374 also Lord of Werle-Goldberg.

  7. Nicholas II of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Nicholas II, Lord of Werle (before 1275 – 18 February 1316 in Pustow, near Güstrow) was Lord of Werle-Parchim from 1283 until his death, and from 1292 Lord of Werle.. His uncle Henry I of Werle was killed in 1291 by his sons Henry II and Nicholas, because he had remarried and they felt this threatened their inheritance.

  8. Nicholas IV of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Matilda of Pomerania Nicholas IV, Lord of Werle [-Goldberg], nicknamed Poogenoge ("Pig's eyes") (born: before 1331; died: between 14 March and 13 November 1354) was from 1350 to 1354 to Lord of Werle-Goldberg.

  9. Lorenz of Werle - Wikipedia

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    Lorenz, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (between 1338 and 1340 – between 24 February 1393 and 6 May 1394) was Lord of Werle-Güstrow from 1360 to 1393 (or 1394).He was the eldest son of Nicholas III, Lord of Werle-Güstrow and Agnes of Mecklenburg.

  10. Henry III, Duke of Mecklenburg - Wikipedia

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    After Ingeborg's death, Henry was married on 26 February 1377 to Matilda of Werle, the daughter of Lord Bernard II of Werle. This marriage remained childless. This marriage remained childless. After an accident at a tournament in Wismar , [1] Henry III died on 24 April 1383 at his castle in Schwerin and was buried in the Doberan Minster .