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Amelia of Masovia (174 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article daughter of Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania and sister of King Władysław II Jagiełło of Poland. In 1407 William II, Margrave of Meissen asked her hand
Siemowit IV , Duke of Masovia. b. ca. 1352 d. 1425 or 1426
Anna of Masovia. Anna of Masovia (c. 1498 – after 26 January 1557 in Jaroslaw) was Princess of Mazovia and a member of the House of Piast. New!!: Louis XV of France and Anna of Masovia · See more » Anne Couppier de Romans. Anne Couppier de Romans (1737-1808), was a French noble, mistress to Louis XV of France from 1760 to 1765. New!!:
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• Amelia Goldberg left JFS (Feb) • Royal Albert Dock opens • Gladstone PM again (Lib) 1881 • Rebecca (as Diamond), with Amelia (17y.o. pupil teacher) & Louis Goldberg (11) at 65 Commercial St, Spitalfields (Apr) • Electric street lights & 1st few houses supplied
Suddenly he saw Mrs Rychter and the five-year-old Amelia leaving the outbuilding. The mother and the daughter, like two peas in a pod, went up to the carriage. Jan jumped off the box seat, took off his cap and gave a deep bow. He knew Mrs Matylda Rychter well, for he sometimes drove her and Miss Amelia to her father, to Rzeźnicza street.
As you can see on the map, Sevan was "Lychnis," possibly the line to Locks/Lochs. The Gogarene location on the same lake can go to swan-using Hochs/Hocharts . Hogar(d)s , who I'm not familiar with, use the Zionist star of Hagar(d)s (Perthshire) in gold, as well as what could be a version of the three spears in the Track and Drig Chiefs.
Landgrave William V and, after his death in 1637, his widow Amelia of Hanau, a granddaughter of William the Silent, as regent supported the Protestant cause and the French and Swedes throughout the war and maintained an army, garrisoning many strongholds, while Hesse-Kassel itself was occupied by Imperial troops.