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  Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg154
Frederick VI King of Denmark was born 28 Jan 1768 and died 3 Dec 1839.
Frederick V King of Denmark was born 31 Mar 1723 and died 14 Jan 1766.
Frederick IV King of Denmark was born 21 Oct 1671 and died 12 Oct 1730.
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 Frederick (European rulers) - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Frederick V (1723-1766), king of Denmark and Norway (1746-1766), son and successor of Christian VI.
Frederick III (of Denmark and Norway) (1609-1670), king of Denmark and Norway (1648-1670), born in Haderslev, Denmark, the second son of King...
Frederick III (of Prussia) (1831-1888), king of Prussia and emperor of Germany from March 9 to June 15, 1888, and the son of Emperor William I....
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 Anne of Denmark
Anne of Denmark (October 14, 1574 - March 4, 1619) was queen consort of King James I of England and VI of Scotland.
Anne was the daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Gustrow.
Anne of Denmark died at Hampton Court Palace and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
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 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg157
Frederick VIII King of Denmark [Parents] was born 3 Jun 1843 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Ingeborg of Denmark was born 1878 and died 1958.
Frederick IX King of Denmark was born 11 Mar 1899 and died 14 Jan 1972.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Denmark
The external constitution of the Church in Denmark was settled definitely in 1104, when the country was separated from the metropolitan See of Hamburg-Bremen, and its seven bishops were subordinated to the Archbishop of Lund as primate.
In 1539 John Bugenhagen came to Denmark with the avowed purpose of establishing a new liturgy and to consecrate Lutheran bishops.
In the former kingdom Charles Knutsson was raised to the throne; in Denmark and in Norway Count Christian of Oldenburg, the husband of Christopher's widow, and with him the house of Oldenburg, succeeded to the sovereignty.
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 Frederick III of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick was born at Haderslev in Schleswig, the son of Christian IV and Anne Catherine of Brandenburg.
Frederick expressed the desire to make the personal acquaintance of his conqueror, and Charles X consented to be his guest for three days, March 3 to March 5, at Frederiksborg Palace.
Frederick III died at the castle of Copenhagen and is interred in Roskilde Cathedral.
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 boys clothing: European royalty -- Denmark
Frederick was born in 1808 during the height of the Napoleonic era.
Frederick was born in 1843, son of Christian IX, was born in Copenhagen and educated at Oxford University.
Frederick the Crown Prince was born in 1898.
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 Anne of Denmark.
Anne of Denmark, queen consort of King James I of England, was born in 1574, daughter of King Frederick II of Denmark and Norway.
Anne of Denmark passed away on March 4 1619 at Hampton Court Palace, and was buried in Westminster Abbey.
Anne of Denmark: Wife of James VI of Scotland, James I of England.
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 Frederick IV of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frederick IV commanded the Danish troops at the battle of Gadebusch in 1712.
During Frederick's rule Copenhagen was struck by two disasters: the plague of 1711, and the great fire of October 1728 which destroyed most of the medieval capital.
Frederick was deemed a man of responsibility and industry — often regarded as the most intelligent of Denmark's absolute monarchs.
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 SEVENTEENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Louisa of ENGLAND Queen of Denmark was born in 1724 in England - dtr of George II.
She was married to King Frederick V of DENMARK (son of King Christian VI of DENMARK and NORWAY and Sophia Magdalena of KULMBACK-BAYREUTH Queen of Denmark and Norway) in 1743.
King Frederick V of DENMARK was born in 1723 in Denmark son of Christian VI.
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 SEVENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Louise of Hesse-Cassel was born on 7 Sep 1817 in Cassel.
i. King FREDERICK VIII of Denmark was born in 1843.
v. Czarina Dagmar (Marie Fedovorna) of Denmark Empress of Russia was born in 1847.
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 AllRefer.com - Frederick VII, king of Denmark (Scandinavian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Frederick VII 1808–63, king of Denmark, duke of Schleswig, Holstein, and Lauenburg (1848–63), son and successor of Christian VIII.
Frederick's attempt (1848) to tie Schleswig more closely to Denmark than to Holstein was tentatively settled by the Berlin Treaty (1850) and the London Protocol (1852).
Just before Frederick died Schleswig was incorporated into Denmark, which led to war with Prussia under his successor, Christian IX.
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 FIFTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
King FREDERICK VIII of Denmark was born in 1843.
King Charles HAAKON VII of Norway was born in 1872 in Charlottenlund, Denmark.
Princess Ingeborg of Denmark was born in 1878.
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 Charles XII of Sweden Summary
The son of Charles XI and Ulrica Leonora, daughter of Frederick III of Denmark, Charles XII was born on June 17, 1682.
Charles's first campaign was against Denmark, ruled by his cousin Frederick IV of Denmark, which threatened a Swedish ally, Frederick IV of Holstein-Gottorp (another cousin of Charles XII, and married to his sister Hedvig Sophia).
Denmark's defeat, however, and Sweden's ensuing rise to prominence in the Baltic region was viewed suspiciously by two other powerful neighbors, King August II of Poland (cousin to both Charles XII and Frederick IV of Denmark) and Peter the Great of Russia.
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 Frederick VIII Of Denmark - LoveToKnow 1911
(1843-), king of Denmark, eldest son of King Christian IX., was born at Copenhagen on the 3rd of June 1843.
As crown prince of Denmark he took part in the war of 1864 against Austria and Prussia, and subsequently assisted his father in the duties of government, becoming king on Christian's death in January 1906.
1879), daughter of Frederick Francis III., grand-duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; and his second son, Charles (b.
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 Frederick William III - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Frederick William III (1770-1840), King of Prussia (1797-1840).
He was the son of Frederick William II, born in Potsdam.
Frederick William: Frederick III (of Denmark and Norway)
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 AllRefer.com - Frederick III, king of Denmark and Norway (Scandinavian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Frederick III 1609–70, king of Denmark and Norway (1648–70), son and successor of Christian IV.
Charles X of Sweden forced Denmark to accept the humiliating Treaty of Roskilde (1658).
The Netherlands and Brandenburg, allies of Denmark, then assisted in repulsing the Swedes, and the peace of Copenhagen was made (1660).
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 Sweden, Russia and the Great Northern War
Denmark's monarch, Christian V (who also ruled Norway) wanted to win back from the Swedish monarchy the territory of Skåne (just east of Copenhagen), which his family had lost in 1658.
In November 1709, Frederick IV of Denmark invaded Sweden with 16,000 troops, overrunning the towns of Malmö and Lund, and in February they were driven back to Denmark, Sweden's successful defense impressing the rest of Europe.
It was a powerful coalition that Charles faced: Peter of Russia, Frederick of Denmark, Augustus of Saxony and Poland, Frederick William of Brandenburg-Prussia, and George of Hanover and England.
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 August 20: Diet of Odense
Frederick I, the calm king of Denmark, who refused to persecute.
Denmark's bishops were unhappy because Frederick protected Lutheran preachers.
Denmark's peasants complained because the bishops demanded excessive tithes, including some that were illegal.
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 Frederick V, king of Denmark and Norway. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Frederick’s reign was one of commercial expansion and prosperity.
During Frederick’s rule foreign affairs were conducted by J. Bernstorff.
Frederick was succeeded by his son, Christian VII.
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Frederick's father, Mads, died at the age of 62 in June of 1876.
In January 1886, Frederick's oldest brother, Niels Christian Nielsen, was married to Mary Hansen, daughter of Jens and Inger Hansen, in the Logan Temple.
Frederick Carl was married to Emma Lovisa Wight on November 15, 1905 in the Logan Temple.
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 Denmark: History, Geography, Government, and Culture — Infoplease.com
Denmark supported Napoléon, for which it was punished at the Congress of Vienna in 1815 by the loss of Norway to Sweden.
Denmark was the only occupied country in World War II to save all its Jews from extermination, by smuggling them out of the country.
Frederick III, king of Denmark and Norway - Frederick III, 1609–70, king of Denmark and Norway (1648–70), son and successor of...
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 Royalty.nu - Danish Royalty, Kings and Queens of Denmark
The first royal house of Denmark was established in the 10th century by a Viking king called Gorm the Old.
In 1397, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden formed the Kalmar Union under Margaret I. Born a Danish princess, she had married King Haakon VI of Norway.
Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark by Karin Palshoj, Gitte Redder.
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 Frederick II
Frederick II of Austria[?] (?-1246, duke of Austria 1230-1246)
Frederick II, Margrave of Brandenburg (1413-1470, margrave 1440-1470)
Frederick II of Denmark and Norway (1534-1588, king 1559-1588)
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 CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF LEADING EVENTS
Accession of Frederick Henry of Nassau, Prince of Orange.
Accession of Frederick IV of Denmark and Norway.
Coronation of Elector Frederick III of Brandenburg as Frederick I, King in Prussia.
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 A Brief History of Denmark
However in 1349-1350 Denmark, like the rest of Europe was devastated by the Black Death, which probably killed 1/3 of the population.
It spread and in 1348 Erik was deposed as king of Denmark.
Denmark remained neutral during World War I and in 1915 the constitution was changed to make it more democratic.
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 Saga of Krutgumma Stina Lindblad
One exception was a marriage to an immigrant descendant of King Frederick I of Denmark from Schlesvig-Holstein whose family immigrated into the region in the late 17th century from northern Germany.
King Frederick I's father, King Christian I of Denmark (1426-1481) and wife Dorothea had a daughter Margaret (abt 1457-1486) who married at age 12, King James III of Scotland, and a son John in addition to Frederick I. Christian I founded the Oldenburg dynasty in Denmark.
Frederick I's reign was characterized by attempts to satisfy the interests of both nobility and common people while maintaining peace through trade with merchants of Holland and the Hanseatic League.
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 boys clothing: European royalty--Denmark: Frederick IX
Frederick was the son and successor of King Christian X. King Christian X
Prince Frederick and his brother as mid-age teenagers, about age 15 and 16 years of age were wearing conservative dark double breasted suits.
The NAZI occupation authorities imprissoned Crown Prince Frederick and his his father, Christian X, in 1943 and they were not released until the end of the War..
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