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      • Abel (1252 – 2 April 1279), Lord of Langeland, married Matilda, a daughter of Gunzelin III, Count of Schwerin From Christopher I to Margaret I [ edit ] Christopher I (1219 – 29 May 1259), King of Denmark from 1252, married in 1248 to Margaret Sambiria , daughter of Duke Sambor II of Pomerelia — for his ancestors, see above
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  1. Gunzelin III, Count of Schwerin - Wikipedia

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    Gunzelin III, Count of Schwerin, also known as Günzel III of Schwerin, (d. after 23 October 1274) was Count of Schwerin from 1228 until his death. Life. Gunzelin III was the son of Count Henry I and his wife, Audacia. He inherited the County of Schwerin when his father died in 1228.

    • after 23 october 1274
    • Hagen
  2. Richardis of Schwerin, Duchess of Schleswig - Wikipedia

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    Richardis of Schwerin, also called Richardis of Lauenburg or Rixa, (year unknown – before 1386), was a Duchess consort of Schleswig and possibly a Danish queen consort, married to Valdemar III of Denmark (Valdemar V, Duke of Schleswig). She was the daughter of Gunzelin VI, Count of Schwerin-Wittenburg and Richardis of Tecklenburg.

  3. House of Estridsen - Wikipedia

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    Abel (1252 – 2 April 1279), Lord of Langeland, married Matilda, a daughter of Gunzelin III, Count of Schwerin From Christopher I to Margaret I [ edit ] Christopher I (1219 – 29 May 1259), King of Denmark from 1252, married in 1248 to Margaret Sambiria , daughter of Duke Sambor II of Pomerelia — for his ancestors, see above

    • Abelslægten line (extinct 1375), Løvenbalk line (extinct after June 1598)
    • Sweyn II of Denmark
  4. 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 1.1.1.1. Sweyn the Crusader, murdered in 1097, married Florine (d. 1097), the daughter of Odo I, Duke of Burgundy 1.1.1.2. Harald III (c.1040– 1080) 1.1.1.3. 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...

  5. Eric III, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg - Wikipedia

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    Eric III of Saxe-Bergedorf (mid 1330s – 1401) was the youngest son of Duke Albert IV of Saxe-Lauenburg and Beata of Schwerin (*?–before 1341*), daughter of Gunzelin VI, Count of Schwerin. Eric was determined for and started a career as cleric.

    • Beata of Schwerin
    • Ratzeburg Cathedral
  6. Niklot I, Count of Schwerin - Wikipedia

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    He was a son of Count Gunzelin III of Schwerin and his wife, Margaret of Mecklenburg. Niklot married twice: Elisabeth, the daughter of Count John I of Holstein-Kiel; Mirosalawa, the daughter of Duke Barnim I, Duke of Pomerania; Niklot was the father of: Gunzelin VI (d. 1327) Mechtild, a nun in Szczecin; Beatrix, a nun in Szczecin

  7. Helmold III, Count of Schwerin - Wikipedia

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    Margaret of Mecklenburg. Helmhold III, Count of Schwerin (died 1295) was a German nobleman. He was a son of Count Gunzelin III of Schwerin-Boizenburg and Margaret of Mecklenburg. Helmhold III was the ruling Count of Schwerin-Neustadt and Marnitz from 1274 until his death.

  8. There's nothing much to say. I tried to do a video about Richard III's daughter Katherine Plantagenet (or Kathryn) I became to be very interested in her figu...

  9. Berenice | daughter of Ptolemy II | Britannica

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    Berenice, daughter of Ptolemy II Philadelphus and Arsinoe I of Egypt. She was married to the Seleucid ruler Antiochus II Theos, supplanting his first wife, Laodice, whose children she persuaded him to bar from the succession to the throne in favour of her own.

  10. “A parcel of old maids” - The daughters of George III ...

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    Apr 29, 2017 · George III was always delighted with the birth of a daughter. His sons were known to be boisterous and noisy children, and a daughter represented for him the possibility of a more peaceful family life. Throughout his life, the King was always to show a marked preference for his daughters over his sons.