Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg died in 1400. ... Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools was created in 1960. ... Why is Mecklenburg Resolves important?
Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg died in 1400. ... Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools was created in 1960. ... Was Mecklenburg in Prussia?
Jun 09, 2005 · He married Richardis, daughter to count Otto von Schwerin but she died in 1377 and is today buried in Stockholm. Before she died she gave him two children; one son, Erik of Mecklenburg, and one daughter, Richardis Catherine.
Richardis Catherine of Mecklenburg died in 1400. ... Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools was created in 1960. ... Where is Mecklenburg Prison?
The Eighteenth Century (1701-1800, Part III) Edit The 18th Century (1750-1775) Edit 1750 Edit. January 1- On January 1, 1750, vigorous New Year's celebrations were held throughout the Laurasian Empire, marking the commencement of the year 1750 and of the third quarter of the eighteenth century (1750-1775).
She was the third wife of Heinrich von Mecklenburg-Stargard (1417-38-66), and mother of tow daughters Magdalene (1454-1532), who was married to Duke Wartislaw V of Pommerania (d. 1478) and Count Burkard von Barby-Mülingen (d. 1505) and Anna, who was a nun at Ribnitz (1465-98).
Mecklenburg) 15 February 1364 – 24 February 1389 Mecklenburg, c. 1338, son of Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg and Euphemia of Sweden (1) Richardis of Schwerin Rothschild (1,735 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
Mecklenburg-Schwerin was ongeveer de grootte van de staat Connecticut. Mecklenburg-Strelitz was ongeveer zo groot als de staat Rhode Island in de Verenigde Staten, en was verdeeld in twee delen, een aan elke kant van Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Tussen 1733 en 1755 het landgoed eigenaren van Mecklenburg verhoogden hun grondbezit.
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1712-13 Princess-Abbess Marie Elisabeth zu Mecklenburg-Schwerin of Gandersheim (Germany) Was Regent of the Chapter of Rühn in Mecklenburg 1705-12 and held the office of Dechaness of Gandersheim before becoming its Sovereign. She was daughter of Duke Adolf Friedrich I and Marie Katharina von Braunschweig-Dannenberg (1616-1665).