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  English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - Princes of Wales.
The eldest son of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, Edward was born in sanctuary at Westminster Abbey, on 4 November, 1470 during the brief restoration of Henry VI.
Frederick Lewis was born in Hanover on 1 February, 1707, the eldest son of George, Prince of Brunswick-Luneberg (later George II) and Caroline of Brandenburg-Anspach.
The future George III was born prematurely on 4 June,1738 at Norfolk House, London, the eldest son of Frederick, Prince of Wales (15) and Augusta of Saxe-Gotha.
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  Frederick VI - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Frederick VI (1768-1839), king of Denmark (1808-1839) and of Norway (1808-1814), born in Copenhagen, the son and successor of Christian VII.
Frederick V (1723-1766), king of Denmark and Norway (1746-1766), son and successor of Christian VI.
King Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway (January 28,1768 December 3, 1839), reigned as King of Denmark from 1808 to 1839, and as king of Norway from 1808 to 1814.
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  Frederick VI of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
King Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway (January 28, 1768 – December 3, 1839), reigned as King of Denmark from 1808 to 1839, and as king of Norway from 1808 to 1814.
Wilhelmine of Denmark (1808-1891), firstly married with her second cousin Prince Frederik of Denmark, the future Frederick VII of Denmark, but they divorced, and she married secondly with Duke Charles of Lyksborg (=Duke of Glucksburg), who was eldest brother of the future Christian IX of Denmark.
Frederick VI was known as a patron of astronomy and in 1832 offered gold medal prizes to anyone who discovered a comet using a telescope.
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 Frederick VI, king of Denmark and Norway. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
After the court party had executed Struensee, expelled Frederick’s mother, Caroline Matilda, and imposed their will on the demented Christian (1772), Frederick grew up under the guardianship of the dowager queen.
Denmark clung to its neutrality in the French Revolutionary Wars, but its opposition to the British ruling on neutral shipping resulted in an English attack on the Danish fleet (see Copenhagen, battle of, 1801).
Frederick thereupon allied himself with Napoleon I and was punished at the Congress of Vienna (1814–15) by the loss of Norway to Sweden.
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 Royal Genealogies Part 2
At the funeral of George VI in Feb. 1952, he took part in a British royal ceremony for the first time since his abdication.
The reign of George VI was marked by the relinquishment of the title of Emperor of India, following the partition of India in 1947 into Pakistan and India.
George VI had cancer of the lung (one lung had be removed).
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 AllRefer Encyclopedia - Scandinavian History, Biographies Encyclopedia
Frederick III, king of Denmark and Norway
Frederick V, king of Denmark and Norway
Frederick VI, king of Denmark and Norway
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Frederick Charles of Hesse was born in 1868.
Frederick of Hesse-Cassel (Landgrave) was born in 1747.
Frederick VI of Hesse-Homburg (Landgrave) was born in 1769.
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 Norway in 1814 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Denmark had become entangled on the French side in the Napoleonic War through its participation in the Gunboat War.
On January 7, about to be overrun by Swedish, Russian, and German troops under the command of the elected crown prince of Sweden, Jean Baptiste Jules (Carl Johan) Bernadotte, the Danish king Frederick VI of Denmark agreed to cede Norway in order to avoid an occupation of Jutland.
On January 30 in Eidsvoll, Christian Frederik convened several Norwegian advisors, arguing that king Frederick had no legal right to relinquish his inheritance, asserting that he was the rightful king of Norway, and that Norway had a right to self-determination.
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Frederick VI King of Denmark [Parents] was born on 28 Jan 1768 in Christiansborg,Nr: Copenhagen,Denmark.
She married Frederick VI King of Denmark on 31 Jul 1790 in Gottorp.
Frederick IV King of Denmark [Parents] was born on 21 Oct 1671 in Copenhagen,Denmark.
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 EIGHTEENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Caroline Matilda of ENGLAND Queen of Denmark was born in 1751 in London - dtr of Frederick Prince of Wales.
She was married to King Christian VII of DENMARK (son of King Frederick V of DENMARK and Louisa of ENGLAND Queen of Denmark) in 1766.
King Christian VII of DENMARK was born in 1749 in Copenhagen - son of Frederick.
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 Frederick VI --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The son of the mentally incompetent king Christian VII and Queen Caroline Matilda, Frederick was reared largely by his father's stepmother, the queen dowager Juliana Maria, who, with her son Prince Frederick and Ove Höegh-Guldberg, virtually ruled Denmark until 1784.
Frederick VI (1768–1839), king of Denmark and Norway; succeeded 1808 (previously regent); joined Armed Neutrality of North (1800) and was punished (1801) by destruction of fleet by English (read Campbell's ‘Battle of the Baltic') and (1807) by bombardment of Copenhagen; formed alliance with Napoleon and was compelled (1814) to surrender Norway to Sweden as punishment.
His reign, like that of his grandfather Frederick I, was filled with conflict: wars for control of his Kingdom of Sicily; war against the Lombard League, a confederation of cities in northern Italy; the rebellion of his own son Henry VII and other German...
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On the east side of the river Aker is that of Oslo, with the existing episcopal palace, and an old bishops palace, in which James VI.
of Scotland (I. of England) was betrothed to Princess Anne of Denmark (1589).
In the environs of the city are the royalpleasure castle of Oscarshal (1847-1852), on the peninsula Bygdo (Ladugaard) to the west of the city, and the Norwegian national museum (1881), containing industrial and domestic exhibits from the various provinces.
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 I7138: Frederick VI King of Denmark (28 JAN 1768 - 3 DEC 1839)
I7138: Frederick VI King of Denmark (28 JAN 1768 - 3 DEC 1839)
Frederick VI King of Denmark and Marie Of Hesse had the following children
Descendants of Frederick VI King of Denmark and Marie Of Hesse
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 Wikipedia: 1768
January 28 - King Frederick VI of Denmark
Prussia - Frederick II King of Prussia (reigned from 1740 to 1786)
Sweden - Adolf Frederick of Sweden King of Sweden (reigned from 1751 to 1771)
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 NINETEENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King Frederick VI of DENMARK was born on 29 Jan 1768 in Denmark - son of Christian VII.
He died in 1839 in Denmark - King of Denmark and Norway 1808.
Queen Margrethe of DENMARK was born about 1770.
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Frederick_IV (King of Denmark) (21 OCT 1671 - 12 OCT 1730)
Frederick_IX (King of Denmark) (11 MAR 1899 - 14 JAN 1972)
Frederick_V (King of Denmark) (31 MAR 1723 - 14 JAN 1766)
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 I7169: Christian VI Oldenburg King of Denmark (10 DEC 1699 - 6 AUG 1746)
Descendants of Christian VI Oldenburg King of Denmark and Sophie Magdalene
1 Frederick VI King of Denmark = Marie Of Hesse
2 Louise Caroline Of Hesse-Cassel = Frederick William Oldenburg Of Schleswig
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 CalendarHome.com - January 14 - Calendar Encyclopedia
1814 - Treaty of Kiel: Frederick VI of Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden in return for Pomerania.
1972 - Queen Margrethe II of Denmark accends the throne, the first Queen of Denmark since 1412 and the first Danish monarch not named Frederick or Christian since 1513.
1972 - King Frederick IX of Denmark (b.
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 Denmark: Kings and Queens
, king of Denmark (1035–42) and of the English (1040–42)
Frederick IV, king of Denmark and Norway (1699–1730)
Frederick VI, king of Denmark (1808–39) and Norway (1808–14)
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Henry William Frederick WINDSOR and Alice Christabel MONTAGU-DOUGLAS (Marriage)
Frederick_I of_Wurttemberg and Charlotte Augusta Matilda HANOVER (Marriage)
Frederick_II of_Denmark and_Norway and Sophia of_Mecklenburg- Gustrow (Marriage)
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 Royal Family Archives - Olga ROMANOV to Christian IV, King of Denmark
NOTES: Frederick II (Hohenstaufen), Holy Roman Emperor and King of Sicily.
NOTES: Son of Andre de Laborde de Monpezat and Renee Yvonne Doursenot; a.k.a.: Henri de Laborde de Monpezat; Crown Prince of Denmark 10 Jun 1967
NOTES: eldest dau of William VI, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel, and Hedwig Sophie of Brandenburg; 5 sons, 3 daus.
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License by the royal Danish Accounts Office in regard of the permission for another 2 years to sail for Raudarhavn on Iceland and to trade there (April 14, 1825)
License by Frederick VI, King of Denmark, Duke of Schleswig, Holstein etc., in regard of the examination for the Elbe skipper license (Sep. 9, 1823)
License by Frederick VI, King of Denmark, Duke of Schleswig, Holstein etc., lifting the general embargo on the ships and crafts along the Elbe coast and Western coast (March 29, 1813)
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 Frederick VI, king of Denmark and Norway
Frederick VI Frederick VI, 1768–1839, king of Denmark (1808–39) and Norway (1808–14), son and successor of
Denmark clung to its neutrality in the French Revolutionary Wars, but its opposition to the British ruling on neutral shipping resulted in an English attack on the Danish fleet (see
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