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  1. House of Estridsen - Wikipedia

    Sophie (1217 – 2 November 1247), married in 1230 to John I, Margrave of Brandenburg (d. 3 April 1266) Abel (1218 – 29 June 1252), King of Denmark from 1250, married Matilda of Holstein (d. 1288) — for his descendants, see below

  2. Margaret Maultasch (1318–1369) |

    In 1342, therefore, a plot was hatched to oust John Henry and bring in Louis V of Brandenburg, the emperor's son, who would then marry Margaret. The plan succeeded. Margaret's marriage to John Henry was quickly annulled based on grounds of impotence from bewitchment, and, although Margaret and Louis V were within the prohibited degrees of ...

  3. Henriette Albert, born 1869 - Ancestry®

    Henriette Albert was born in Brooklyn, NY on ABT 1869 to Martin Albert and Agatha Kohler. ...

  4. John I, Margrave of Brandenburg Life Regency and guardianship. John was the elder son of Albert II of the Brandenburg line of the House of Ascania and Mechthild (Matilda), the daughter of Margrave Conrad II of Lusatia, a junior line of the House of Wettin.Since both John and his two years younger brother Otto III were minors when their father died in 1220, Emperor Frederick II transferred the ...

  5. Gordon-Mccrea-Fisher - User Trees -

    Henry, Margrave of Mark [died 886] and not Arnulf.There are only 13years between the approximate birth of Arnulf and that of Henry The Fowler,which implies that there may well be something wrong in this connection. Itneeds to be proven or discarded. AKA Hathui THIRD GENERATION 4.Liudolf VON SACHSEN Herzog was born about 806.He died in 866. Hewas

  6. Battle of Chlumec - Unionpedia, the concept map

    Albert the Bear (Albrecht der Bär; Adelbertus, Adalbertus, Albertus; 1100 – 18 November 1170) was the first Margrave of Brandenburg (as Albert I) from 1157 to his death and was briefly Duke of Saxony between 1138 and 1142. New!!: Battle of Chlumec and Albert the Bear · See more » Říp Mountain

  7. Alexander Albert 1911-1997 - Ancestry®

    Research genealogy for Alexander Albert of Spring Valley, NY, as well as other members of the Albert family, on Ancestry®.

  8. House of Estridsen | Familypedia | Fandom
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    The name of the Estridsen dynasty recalls their acquisition of the Danish crown through the marriage of Ulf the Earl to Estrid Svendsdatter of the House of Knýtlinga, daughter of Sweyn Forkbeard and sister of Cnut the Great. Later genealogies trace the family from Jomsviking leader Styrbjörn the Strong, a scion of the Swedish royal family, who are in turn given a descent from legendary King Sigurd Hring, regarded as mythical by most modern historians. The reliable ancestry traces no earlier than Ulf's own father, the obscure Thorgil Sprakling. The dynasty reached its peak with the Kalmar Union, when its members reigned as kings of Denmark, Norway and Sweden in personal union. The dynasty came to end in 1412 with the death of its last member Queen Margaret I. All of the subsequent monarchs of Denmarks were cognatic descendants of the House of Estridsen.

    From Thorgil Sprakling to Eric I the Good

    1. Thorgil Sprakling 1.1. Ulf the Earl, murdered in 1026, probably Jarl in England from 1017, married Estrid Svendsdatter (990/997 — 1057/1073), a daughter of Sweyn Forkbeard (c.960 – 1014) and a sister of Cnut the Great (c.985 or 995 – 1035) 1.1.1. Sweyn II of Denmark (c.1019 – 1076), Jarl from 1042, King of Denmark from 1047 Sweyn the Crusader, murdered in 1097, married Florine (d. 1097), the daughter of Odo I, Duke of Burgundy Harald III (c.1040– 1080) Sigrid, ma...

    From Eric the Good to Christopher I

    1. Eric I the Good (c.1060, Slangerup, Denmark – 10 July 1103, Paphos, Cyprus), Jarl of Zealand from 1080, King of Denmark from 1095 — for his ancestors, see above 1.1. Saint Canute Lavard (March 12, 1096 – 7 January 1131), King of Southern Jutland from 1115, King of the Wends from 1129, married Ingeborg, a daughter of Mstislav I of Kiev 1.1.1. Christina (c.1118–1139), married King Magnus IV of Norway 1.1.2. Valdemar the Great (14 January 1131 – 12 May 1182), King of Denmark, married in 1157...

    Dukes of Schleswig (Abelslægten)

    1. Abel (1218 – 29 June 1252), King of Denmark from 1250, married Matilda of Holstein (d. 1288) — for his ancestors, see above 1.1. Valdemar III (d. 1257), Duke of Duchy of Schleswig, (or, as the Danes call it, Southern Jutland) from 1253 1.2. Sophie (born 1240, d. aft. 1284), married Bernhard I, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg (ca. 1218–1287); Christian I of Denmarkwas their great-great-great-great-grandson, the current Queen Margaret II descends from Christian I 1.3. Eric I (d. 27 May 1272), Duke...

  9. Henry II the Pious - Wikipedia

    Henry the Pious was the second son of High Duke Henry the Bearded of Poland and Hedwig of Andechs. His elder brother, Bolesław, died in 1206. [2] In 1213, his younger brother Konrad the Curly died during a hunt, leaving the young Henry as the sole heir of Lower Silesia .

  10. Bolesław the Pious - Wikipedia

    Bolesław the Pious (Polish: Bolesław Pobożny) (1224/27 – 14 April 1279) was a Duke of Greater Poland during 1239–1247 (according to some historians during 1239–1241 sole Duke of Ujście), Duke of Kalisz during 1247–1249, Duke of Gniezno during 1249–1250, Duke of Gniezno-Kalisz during 1253–1257, Duke of whole Greater Poland and Poznań during 1257–1273, in 1261 ruler over Ląd ...

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