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Frederick II, Duke of Swabia Frederick II of House of Guelph.
Frederick V, Duke of Swabia Frederick V of Frederick III Barbarossa and Eleanor, Countess of Burgundy.
Duke of Sussex The Duke of Sussex is a Peerage of Ireland) on 25 November 1801.
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 LORRAINE - LoveToKnow Article on LORRAINE
Attacked by the emperor, the duke of Lorraine was forced at the treaty of Amance (1218) to acknowledge himself the vassal of the count of Champagne, and to support the count in his struggles against his ancient ally the count of Bar.
Lorraine in Medieval Times,The original kingdom of Lorraine was the northern part of the territories allotted by the treaty of Verdun (August 843) to the emperor Lothair I., and in 85l formed the inheritance of his second son, King Lothair.
Thi~ kingdom of Lorraine was situated between the -realms of th East and the West Franks, and originally extended along thi North Sea between the mouths of the Rhine and the Ems including the whole or part of Frisia and the cities on the righi bank of the Rhine.
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 Frederick III, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick III ( 1238 - December 31, 1302) was Duke of Lorraine from 1251 to his death.
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 Frederick II, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick II (died October 10, 1213) was Duke of Lorraine from 1206 to his death.
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 Matthias II, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Matthias II (died 1251) was Duke of Lorraine from 1220 to his death.
He was son of duke Frederick II and succeeded his brother.
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 Greg Bard's Genealogical Records
Garibald II, Duke of Bavaria (585 - abt 610)
Gediminas, Grand Duke of Lithuania (abt 1260 -) Birth: Vil'nyus, Vil'nyus, Lithuania
Algirdas, Grand Duke of Lithuania (May 1296 - May 1377) Birth: Vil'nyus, Vil'nyus, Lithuania
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 LORRAINE - LoveToKnow Article on LORRAINE
Attacked by the emperor, the duke of Lorraine was forced at the treaty of Amance (1218) to acknowledge himself the vassal of the count of Champagne, and to support the count in his struggles against his ancient ally the count of Bar.
Lorraine in Medieval Times,The original kingdom of Lorraine was the northern part of the territories allotted by the treaty of Verdun (August 843) to the emperor Lothair I., and in 85l formed the inheritance of his second son, King Lothair.
Thi~ kingdom of Lorraine was situated between the -realms of th East and the West Franks, and originally extended along thi North Sea between the mouths of the Rhine and the Ems including the whole or part of Frisia and the cities on the righi bank of the Rhine.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /L/LO/LORRAINE.htm   (4736 words)

  
 Frederick III, Duke of Lorraine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick III (1238– December 31, 1302) was Duke of Lorraine from 1251 to his death.
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 LORRAINE - LoveToKnow Article on LORRAINE
Attacked by the emperor, the duke of Lorraine was forced at the treaty of Amance (1218) to acknowledge himself the vassal of the count of Champagne, and to support the count in his struggles against his ancient ally the count of Bar.
Lorraine in Medieval Times,The original kingdom of Lorraine was the northern part of the territories allotted by the treaty of Verdun (August 843) to the emperor Lothair I., and in 85l formed the inheritance of his second son, King Lothair.
Thi~ kingdom of Lorraine was situated between the -realms of th East and the West Franks, and originally extended along thi North Sea between the mouths of the Rhine and the Ems including the whole or part of Frisia and the cities on the righi bank of the Rhine.
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 Banks/Dean Genealogy - Person Page 53
Duke Charles of Lorraine was born in 953.
Duke Giselbert of Lorraine was born circa 890 at France.
Duke Ludolph of Saxony was born circa 816.
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 Bonifacio II Duke Of Spoleto & Beatrice Of Lorraine
Bonifacio II Duke Of Spoleto and Beatrice Of Lorraine
Count Of Parma, Duke Of Spoleto and Tuscany, Count Of Modena
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Lorraine
Besides, the dukes were, as a rule, involved in the quarrels of the German suzerain and also took part in the Crusades; for piety and devotion to the Church distinguished most of them, in spite of their warlike character.
The southern part, Upper Lorraine, or the Land of the Moselle, extended to the south-east of the Vosges and to the Sichelberg, with the Archbishopric of Trier and the Bishoprics of Metz, Toul, and Verdun.
Lorraine, moreover, included within its boundaries the original home of the Austrasian dynasty, with Aachen, Charlemagne's capital, and the most important centres of ancient culture: two archbishoprics (Cologne and Trier), many bishoprics (Metz, Toul, Verdun, etc.), abbeys and royal castles.
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 OTTO IV. - LoveToKnow Article on OTTO IV.
After suppressing a rising in Lorraine, difficulties arose in southern Germany, probably owing to Ottos refusal to grant the duchy of Swabia to Henry II., the Quarrelsome, duke of Bavaria.
Early in 984 the king was seized by Henry II., the Quarrelsome, the deposed duke of Bavaria, who claimed the regency as a member of the reigning house, and probably entertained the idea of obtaining the kingly dignity himself.
Having occupied Tuscany he marched into Apulia, part of the kingdom of Frederick of Hohenstaufen, afterwards the emperor Frederick II., and on the i8th of November 1210 was excommunicated by the pope.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg08 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Leopold Duke Of LORRAINE was born on 11 Sep 1679.
Nicolas Francois Duke Of LORRAINE was born on 6 Dec 1609 in .
Frederick I OF WURTTEMBERG was born in 1754.
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 Belgium - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Belgium
But in 1815 at the Congress of Vienna they were united with Holland, and William Frederick of Orange-Nassau (see Orange, House of) became king of the Netherlands (that is, the modern Netherlands and the modern Belgium) as William I in September 1815.
In 1477 Mary, the daughter of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, married Maximilian, the archduke of Austria, who later became Holy Roman emperor as Maximilian I.
The election of Leopold of Saxe-Coburg (widower of Charlotte, daughter of George IV of England) as King Leopold I was the signal for a fresh Dutch invasion.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg139 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Godfrey III Duke Of LORRAINE was born in 1142 in <Of, Brabant, Belgium>.
Henri I Duke Of BRABANT was born in 1165.
Margaret Duchess Of LORRAINE was born in 1135 in <Of, Lorraine, France>.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Lorraine
The southern part, Upper Lorraine, or the Land of the Moselle, extended to the south-east of the Vosges and to the Sichelberg, with the Archbishopric of Trier and the Bishoprics of Metz, Toul, and Verdun.
Besides, the dukes were, as a rule, involved in the quarrels of the German suzerain and also took part in the Crusades; for piety and devotion to the Church distinguished most of them, in spite of their warlike character.
By the Treaty of Verdun in 843, the empire of Charlemagne was divided in three parts: Ludwig the German received Eastern Franconia; Charles the Bald, Western Franconia; and Lothair I, the strip of land lying between the two and reaching from the North Sea to the Rhone, with Italy in addition.
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 Chapter 28. Notable Families Having Multiple Connections
Adalbert III of Longwy [Duke of Upper Lorraine], b.
Cte Frederick IV [son of Cte Henry III of Toul, liv 1162, and had a daughter, a.
Adelaide von Egisheim, and had a son, (i) Cte Henry, father of, (a) Cte Frederick IV iii.
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 (Fredeburga - Frodi )
Frederick I (Duke of Lorraine) (Abt 912 - MAY 984)
Frederick II "The One Eyed" (Duke of Swabia) (1090 - 6 APR 1147)
Frederick I (Ct.of Luxembourg) (Abt 965 - 6 OCT 1009)
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 Italy
In 1536 Montferrat passes to the husband of the Heiress Margaret, Duke Frederick II Gonzaga of Mantua (Mantova).
With the end of the Grand Dukes of Tuscany, the line of the family went elsewhere, as the daughter of the last Duke, Louise, married the last King of Saxony, Frederick Augustus III.
Frederick IV of Naples was deposed by his cousin Ferdinand II of Aragón, who had already united Spain by marrying Isabella of Castile.
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 Articles - Frederick II, Duke of Swabia
Bertha of Hohenstaufen (1123-1195), married Matthias I, Duke of Lorraine
Frederick II of Hohenstaufen ( 1090 – 1147) was duke of Swabia, succeeding his father, duke Frederick I in 1105.
Frederick III Barbarrossa (1122-1190), duke of Swabia and Holy Roman Emperor as Frederick I
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 UGA African American Studies
Lorraine Hansberry's life as celebrated playwright and activist artist earned her the tile of "Warrior Intellectual." When she died at age 34, her testimonial was demonstrated by the number of eulogies given by prominent figures in government, the arts, and the civil rights movement.
Born into slavery, Booker T. Washington was the most prominent spokesperson for African Americans after the death of Frederick Douglass.
Lorraine Hansberry left Freedom in 1953 to concentrate on her play writing.
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 Francia Media:  Lorraine & Burgundy
Isabel, the Heiress of Lorraine, marries a grandson of Duke Louis I of Anjou, son of King John II of France.
To the east, Upper Lorraine bordered on Alsace, part of the Duchy of Swabia, on the south, the Free County of Burgundy, and on the west, Champagne.
Later, the Duke Frederick II (1027-1033) has a grandson, Dietrich I, who is enfeoffed with Bar.
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 France Ecclestiastical
Also Abbess of L'Entanche, she was daughter of Frederick I, Duke von Bitsch and Lorraine and Ludmilla of Poland (d.
In 1295 a peace-treaty was concluded with the Duke of Lorraine.
She was daughter of Gerard IV, Duke von Elsass, Count of Metz and Chatenois, Duke of Upper Lorraine.
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 Royalty Germany
Clementia Countess of Namur --------> Godfrey III Duke of Lorraine
Gerhard III (IV) Duke of Upper Lorraine
Hedwig Countess of Luxembourg Henry I Duke of Brabant
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 Lorraine 11
Duke Frederick II of Lorraine (1206-13), +10.10.1213; m.1188 Agnes of Bar (+19.6.1226) dau.of Ct Theobald of Bar
Duke Frederick III of Lorraine (1251-1302), *1238/40, +31.12.1302; m.10.7.1255 Margaret of Navarre (+3.10.1307); for his issue see HERE
Duke Matthias II of Lorraine (1220-51), +9.2./24.6.1251; m.VIII.1225 Catherine of Limburg (+18.4.1255)
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 Brink-Day-Johnston-Fletcher - Name Index 6
Godfrey I 'LaBarbe,' Duke of Brabant & Lorraine b.
Frederick (King of Denmark and Norway) II b.
Gautier II, Count of Valois, Vexin and Amiens b.
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 Line 772: Ancestors of Paul Bailey MCBRIDE
Frederick II Duke of Upper Lorraine Count of Bar [75-39, 82-40]
Frederick II is shown as the son of Thierry I and Richilde dau.
BET 1052-78 son of Konrad Count of Arlon [son of Udo Count of Meinvelt] ch: *Frederick II [Next Generation], Walram II
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