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  1. The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the name Helvig is Wednesday, March 1st, 1882. How unique is the name Helvig? From 1880 to 2018 less than 5 people per year have been born with the first name Helvig. Hoorah! You are a unique individual. Weird things about the name Helvig: The name spelled backwards is Givleh.

  2. Margaret I of Denmark - Wikipedia

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    Margaret was born in March 1353 as the sixth and youngest child of King Valdemar IV and Helvig of Schleswig. [1] [27] She was born in the prison of Søborg Castle, where her father had already confined her mother. [28]

    • 10 August 1387 – 28 October 1412
    • Olaf II
  3. Helvig of Schleswig Helvig was the daughter of Eric II, Duke of Schleswig, and Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg, and the sister of Valdemar V, Duke of Schleswig. Her date of birth is not known, but she and her brother were children at the time of her father's death in 1325, and she is estimated to have been born in around the year 1320.

  4. Laura L Helvig, age 33, Saint Paul, MN 55112 View Full Report. Known Locations: Saint Paul MN, 55112, Minneapolis MN 55435, Hopkins MN 55343 Possible Relatives: Tony O Hand, Betty J Helvig, Michael S Helvig

  5. List of Danish monarchs | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    The house of Oldenburg held the Danish Crown between 1448 and 1863, when it passed to the house of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, a cadet branch of the same house, descended from King Christian III of Denmark. The kingdom had been elective (although the eldest son or brother of the previous king was usually elected) until 1660, when it became hereditary and absolutist. Until 1864 ...

  6. Margaret I of Denmark | Military Wiki | Fandom

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    Biography Edit Early years and marriage Edit. Margaret was born in March 1353 as the sixth and youngest child of King Valdemar IV and Helvig of Schleswig. She was born in the prison of Søborg Castle, where her father had already confined her mother.

  7. John D Helvig, age 63, Des Moines, IA 50314 Background Check Known Locations: Des Moines IA 50305, Kilgore TX 75662 Possible Relatives: David R Helvig, Jackie Darlene Helvig

  8. Monique N Helvig, age 57, Estacada, OR 97023 View Full Report Known Cities: Estacada OR, 97023, Canby OR 97013, Westminster CO 80031 Monique M Helvig, age 57, Crete, NE 68333 Background Check

  9. List of Norwegian monarchs | Historipedia Official Wiki | Fandom

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    Fairhair dynasty

    1. Main article: Fairhair dynasty Besides becoming sole king after his father's death, Eric Bloodaxe was king jointly with his father for three years before his death. After Harald's death, Eric ruled as "overking" of his brothers, who also held status as kings and had control over certain regions. Harald Greycloak also ruled as "overking" of his brothers. All dates for the kings of the Fairhair dynasty are approximate and/or just scholarly estimates. Slight differences might therefore occur...

    House of Knýtlinga/Earl of Lade

    1. Main articles: House of Knýtlinga and Earls of Lade The Danish king Harald Bluetooth had himself hailed as king of Norway after the Battle of Fitjar (c. 961). Besides gaining direct control of Viken in south-eastern Norway, he let Harald Greycloak rule the rest of Norway as king, nominally under himself. Harald Bluetooth later switched his support to Harald Greycloak's rival, Haakon Sigurdsson, Earl of Lade, who eventually captured Harald Greycloak's kingdom. Haakon thereafter ruled Norway...

    House of Knýtlinga/Earls of Lade

    1. Main articles: House of Knýtlinga and Earls of Lade After the Battle of Svolder, the Danes recaptured Norway under Sweyn Forkbeard. As before, the Danes controlled the petty kingdoms of Viken as vassals, while the two Earls of Lade, Eric Haakonsson and Sweyn Haakonsson, ruled Western Norway and Trøndelag, nominally as earls under Sweyn.Eric is generally held as the de facto ruler of Norway from 1000 to 1015, together with his brother Sweyn, a lesser known figure, with whom he shared his po...

    List of heads of government of Norway
    List of Norwegian monarchs' coats of arms
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  10. Flensburg Firth

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    To the north and east of the island are the waters of the Little Belt, to the south is Flensborg Fjord, and to the west is Als Fjord and Als Strait (Alssund). Gråsten (, stress on last syllable; Gravenstein) is a town with a population of 4,311 (1 January 2019) on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in south Denmark by the Nybøl Nor at an inlet of the Flensburg Fjord. It lies on the ...