Biography Heinrich I. von Münsterberg-Öls, Duke of Münsterberg, Duke of Öls, Duke of Opava, was born 15 May 1448 to George of Poděbrady (1420-1471) and Kunigunde of Sternberg (1425-1449) and died 24 June 1498 of unspecified causes. He married Ursula von Brandenburg (1450-1508) 9 February 1467 JL.
- 24 June 1498
- Ursula von Brandenburg (1450-1508)
- Duke of Münsterberg Duke of Öls Duke of Opava
Henry the Elder of Münsterberg (also called Henry I of Münsterberg, Henry I of Oels; Czech language: Jindřich starší z Minstrberka or Jindřich starší z Poděbrad; German language: Heinrich der Ältere von Münsterberg or Heinrich I. von Oels; 1448 – 1498, Kłodzko) was an Imperial Count and Count of Kladsko. He was also Duke of Silesian duchies Münsterberg and Oels and 1465–1472 ...
Henry Wenceslaus, Duke of Oels-Bernstadt (also known as: Henry Wenceslaus of Poděbrady, Henry Wenceslaus of Bernstadt or Henry Wenceslaus of Münsterberg, German: Heinrich Wenzel von Oels und Bernstadt, Heinrich Wenzel von Podiebrad, or Heinrich Wenzel von Münsterberg, Czech: Hynek Václav z Minstrberka or Jindřich Václav Minsterberský; 7 October 1592, probably in Oleśnica – 21 August ...
Henry III was married to Magdalena Meseritsch of Lomnitz (Czech: Magdaléna Mezeřícká z Lomnice). When his father died in 1548, Henry was only six years old, so he initially stood under the guardianship of his uncle John , who called himself "Duke of Bernstadt" from 1548 until his death in 1565.
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After Henry Wenceslaus's death in 1639, Karl Friedrich ruled these estates alone. He married in 1618 to Anna Sophie of Saxe-Altenburg, daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm I, Duke of Saxe-Weimar . In 1619 Karl Friedrich was at the head of an embassy that had been sent to Prague by the Silesian Princes and Estates to invite the newly elected King of Bohemia Frederick V to an inaugural visit to Wrocław .