Duke Ulrich was born 8 February 1487 and his mother died in his birth. His father, Henry, Count of Württemberg, was mentally deranged, likely as a result of his three-year imprisonment by Duke Charles the Bold of Burgundy,  was banished to Hohenurach Castle in the County of Urach, and his only guardian died when he was nine years of age.
Ulrich, duke of Württemberg (1498–1519, 1534–50), a prominent figure in the German religious Reformation. A grandson of Ulrich V, count of Württemberg, he succeeded his kinsman Eberhard II as duke of Württemberg in 1498, being declared of age in 1503. He obtained territories from the Palatinate
Ulrich von Württemberg, Herzog von Württemberg, was born 8 March 1487 in Riquewihr, France to Heinrich von Württemberg (1448-1519) and Elisabeth von Zweibrücken-Bitsch (c1466-1487) and died 6 December 1550 inTübingen, Germany of unspecified causes. He married Sabine von Bayern (1492-1564) 2 March 1511 JL in Stuttgart, Germany. Notable ancestors includeCharlemagne (747-814), Henry II of ...
- 6 December 1550 Tübingen, Germany
- Sabine von Bayern (1492-1564)
- Herzog von Württemberg
Ulrich I, count of Württemberg, also known as “Ulrich der Stifter” or “Ulrich mit dem Daumen”, (1226 25 February 1265) was count of Württemberg from about 1241 until his death.LifeUlrich s relation to his predecessors is uncertain.
After the death of Maximilian in January 1519 the Swabian League interfered in the struggle, and Ulrich was driven from Württemberg, which was afterwards sold by the league to Emperor Charles V. Ulrich passed some time in Switzerland, France and Germany, occupied with brigand exploits and in service under Francis I of France.
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Duke Ulrich of Württemberg (1487-1550, ruled 1498 to 1519 and 1534 to 1550) possibly commissioned this armor in anticipation of riding, along with other German princes, with Maximilian I of Austria from Germany to Rome, where Maximilian was to be crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Julius II.
Dated 1460 in the carved staghorn decoration, this is the earliest known dated crossbow in existence. The staghorn is inscribed with the coats of arms of Württemberg and Savoy, referring to the owner, Count Ulrich V of Württemberg (1413–1480), and his third wife, Princess Marguerite of Savoy (1420–1479).
ULRICH von Württemberg (Reichenweier, Alsace 8 Feb 1487-Tübingen 6 Nov 1550, bur Tübingen St Georg). He succeeded in 1498, and from 1503 to 1519, as ULRICH Herzog von Württemberg. While out hunting in 1515 he murdered his stable master Hans von Hutten, whose wife he was trying to seduce. An Imperial warrant was issued against him.
Ulrich I: 1265 - 1279: Ulrich II: 1279 - 1325: Eberhard I the Illustrious: 1313: With the death of John Parricide, any claim to the former Swabian duchy dies with him. Large areas of its territory have already gone to the established county of Württemberg and the margraviate of Baden.