- Gerhard VI (c. 1367–1404) was the Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from 1382, and Duke of Schleswig as of 1386. Gerhard VI was born around 1367, the son of Count Henry II from the Rendsburg line of the House of Schauenburg and Ingeborg of Mecklenburg.
Gerhard VI (c. 1367–1404) was the Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from 1382, and Duke of Schleswig as of 1386.
May 21, 2020 · Count of Holstein-Rendsburg as Gerhard VI: Reign 1381/1384-1404 with his uncle Nicholas (Claus) (1340-1397) and his brother Albert II (1381/1384-1397)
Gerhard VI. Schauenburg von Holstein-Rendsburg, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg, Duke of Schleswig, was born circa 1367 to Heinrich II. von Holstein-Rendsburg (c1317-aft1384) and Ingeborg zu Mecklenburg (c1340-1395) and died 4 August 1404 at the Battle of the Hamme of battle wounds. He married Elisabeth von Braunschweig-Lüneburg (c1372-1420).
- Battle of the Hamme
- 4 August 1404
- Ingeborg zu Mecklenburg (c1340-1395)
Gerhard VI Count of Holstein-Rendsburg was born on January 01, 1367 (died on August 04, 1404, gerhard VI Count of Holstein-Rendsburg was 37 years old) . About. Gerhard VI was the Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from 1382 and Duke of Schleswig as of 1386.
Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg. Gerhard VI was the Count of Holstein-Rendsburg from 1382, and Duke of Schleswig as of 1386.
Gerhard VII, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (1404 – 24 July 1433 in Emmerich am Rhein) was Count of Holstein-Rendsburg and by claim also Duke of Schleswig, as Gerhard III. He was the youngest son of Gerhard VI and his wife Elizabeth of Brunswick.
Sons of Gerhard VI, ruled jointly in Holstein-Rendsburg. As Gerhard also wanted to rule in Schleswig he claimed (unsuccessfully) this duchy for himself against his brother. Adolph was the mightiest vassal of Danish crown at his time, gaining royal Danish recognition in 1440.
Jul 28, 2016 · Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (as Henry II): Reign 1340-1381/1384 with his brother Nicholas (1340-1397) Predecessor: Gerhard III Successor: Nicholas, Albert II and Gerhard VI Duke of Schleswig: (as Henry II): 1375-1381/1384 with his brother Nicholas (1375-1386) Predecessor: Henry I Successor: Nicholas