He was the eldest son of Lorenz of Werle and Matilda of Werle-Goldberg (d. before 17 December 1402). After his father's death in 1393 or 1394, he initially ruled Werle-Güstrow alone, but probably together with his brother John VII from 11 December 1395 and from 1 May 1401 with his brother William. From 1 May 1418, the brothers called themselves Princes of Wenden after they found evidence of royal lineage in the chronicles of Bishop Otto of Havelberg.
four children Matilda of Werle 26 February 1377 no children: Magnus I: c.1345: 1379-1384: 1 September 1384: Mecklenburg-Schwerin: Elizabeth of Pomerania-Wolgast after 1362 two children: Ruled jointly with his brother Henry III. John VI: c.1320: 1382-1395: c. 1395: Werle-Güstrow-Waren: Agnes of Mecklenburg-Werle-Goldberg before 1395 four children: John IV: before 1370: 1384-1422: 16 October 1422: Mecklenburg-Schwerin: Jutta von Hoya
After 1341, he married Matilda, daughter of Count John III of Holstein-Plön. They had one child: They had one child: Catherine of Werle-Güstrow (died 17 December 1402), married, probably in 1366, Albert V, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg
- after 1311 and before 1337
- Matilda of Brunswick
- between 10 August 1360 and 1 August 1361
- John II of Werle
He was married to Matilda (died before 17 December 1402), the daughter of Nicholas IV, Lord of Werle-Goldberg. They had the following children: Balthasar, lord of Werle-Güstrow, John VII, co-lord of Werle-Güstrow, William, Lord of Werle-Güstrow.
- between 1338 and 1340
- Agnes of Mecklenburg
- between 24 February 1393 and 6 May 1394
- Nicholas III of Werle
HM George I's 17-Great Aunt. HRE Ferdinand I's 14-Great Aunt. HRE Charles VI's 18-Great Aunt. U.S. President [MONROE] 's 25-Great Aunt. PM Churchill's 25-Great Aunt.
Richardis was the child of Otto I, Count of Schwerin (d. 1357) and Matilda of Mecklenburg-Werle (d. 1361) and the paternal niece of Richardis of Schwerin, Duchess of Schleswig, the wife of the former Valdemar III of Denmark. She was engaged to Albert of Mecklenburg, who was also to be king of Sweden.
Matilda of Brunswick-Grubenhagen He was the youngest son of John II of Werle [-Güstrow] and his wife Matilda of Brunswick-Grubenhagen. After the death of his father John II in 1337, his brother Nicholas III ruled Werle alone, until Bernard came of age in 1339.
Nicholas IV, Lord of Werle[-Goldberg], nicknamed Poogenoge ("Pig's eyes") (born: before 1331; died: between 14 March and 13 November 1354) was from 1350 to 1354 to Lord of Werle-Goldberg. Biography. He was the son of John III and Matilda of Pomerania (born: before 1319, died: 1331). He allegedly received his nickname from the shape and the look in his eyes.
They had four children: Albrecht IV, co-regent of Mecklenburg from 1383 to 1388; Euphemia, married from 1377 to John V of Werle-Güstrow; Maria of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, mother of Eric of Pomerania, married to Duke Wartislaw VII of Pomerania; Ingeborg, from 1398 the abbess of the Poor Clares abbey in Ribnitz.
Henry Werle 1904 Henry Werle in 1916 Canada Census of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba Henry Werle was born circa 1904, at birth place , to Adam Werle and Emily Werle . Henry had 3 siblings: Lydia Werle and 2 other siblings .