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  1. TEUTONIC KNIGHTS, 1398-1408*

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    ing. Both King Albert and his son Eric became the Queen's prisoners, immured in her stronghold in Lindholm. Meanwhile Albert's German followers in Stockholm continued their resis-tance against Margaret. The King's cousin Duke John of Mecklenburg-Stargard raised small relief forces and sent what help he could into the beleaguered city.

  2. Full text of "A general history of the house of Guelph, or ...

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    Full text of "A general history of the house of Guelph, or royal family of Great Britain, from the earliest period in which the name appears upon record to the accession of His Majesty King George the First to the throne.

  3. princes of mecklenburg : définition de princes of mecklenburg ...

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    Claim became reality for a brief reign: Henry II's son Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg (1318–79) married a kinswoman, a Scandinavian heiress Euphemia of Sweden and Norway (born 1317 and died 1370)....

  4. Women of History - C

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    The Duke of Westminster provided Margaret with a dowry of seventy-five thousand pounds. Prince Adolphus succeeded his father Duke Francis Paul as Duke of Teck (1900 – 1917) Margaret became the duchess of Teck. Both were present at the funeral obsequies of Queen Victoria (Feb, 1901) and at the coronation of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra (1902).

  5. A Bit of History WebSite

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    Her daughter, Margherita Aldobrandini (1585 – 1646), became the wife of Ranuccio I Farnese, Duke of Parma, which made Olimpia the ancestress of Queen Mary Beatrice d’Este (Mary of Modena), the second wife of James II, King of England (1685 – 1688) and thus of the famous Stuart claimants, James Edward Francis Stuart (1688 – 1766), the ...

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