Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg (1370–1400), daughter of Albert of Sweden and wife of John of Bohemia The section "History and Origin" of this page contains content from the copyrighted Wikipedia article " Richardis (given name) "; that content is used under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) .
Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg. Princess of Sweden and Mecklenburg. Statements. instance of. human. 1 reference. ... Richardis of Schwerin, Queen of Sweden. 0 ...
01. Duchess MARIE CATHERINE OF BRUNSWICK-DANNENBERG (+1665), consort of Duke Adolphus Frederick I 02. Duke FREDERICK WILLIAM (+1713) 03. Duchess SOPHIA CHARLOTTE OF HESSE-KASSEL (+1749), consort of Duke Frederick William 04. Duke CHRISTIAN LOUIS II (+1756) 05. Duchess GUSTAVE CAROLINE OF MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ (+1748), consort of Duke Christian ...
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Jul 31, 2005 · Richardis von Mecklenburg is the daughter of Albrecht von Mecklenburg, King of Sweden and Richardis von Schwerin. 1 She married Johann Herzog von Görlitz, son of Charles IV de Luxembourg, Holy Roman Emperor and Elisabeth von Pommern, in 1388. 1
Apr 08, 2019 · Richardis (Mecklenburg) von Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1372 Stockholm, ... Catherine Mecklenburg aft 1513 - 1586 Albrecht Mecklenburg 25 Jul 1486 - 05 Jan 1547
May 23, 2008 · Richardis von Schwerin was the daughter of Otto I Graf von Schwerin. 1 She married Albrecht von Mecklenburg, King of Sweden, son of Albrecht I Herzog von Mecklenburg and Euphemia Folkunga, in 1359. 1 She died in 1377. 1
Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg A Wikimédia Commons tartalmaz Albert témájú médiaállományokat. Édesapja Mecklenburgi Albert (1318–1379), édesanyja Euphemia Eriksdotter  (1317–1370).
The recorded genealogy of the British Royal Family traces back to the early Middle Ages.Although there is no strict legal or formal definition of who is or is not a member of the Royal Family, and different lists will include different people, those carrying the style His or Her Majesty (HM) or His or Her Royal Highness (HRH) are generally considered members.
Life Early life. Christina was engaged to John, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, in 1477.The year after, she traveled from Saxony to Warnemunde, where she was met by a Danish retinue who brought her Copenhagen Castle, where she was married to John on 6 September 1478.