From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick I of Mecklenburg-Grabow, Duke of Mecklenburg-Grabow (13 February 1638, Schwerin – 28 April 1688, Grabow ) Life He was the son of Adolf Frederick I, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and his second wife Marie Katharina (1616-1665), daughter of Julius Ernst, Duke of Brunswick-Dannenberg (1571-1636).
Federico I de Mecklemburgo-Grabow (13 de febrero de 1638, Schwerin - 28 de abril de 1688, Grabow) fue Duque de Mecklemburgo-Grabow.. Biografía. Era el hijo del Duque Adolfo Federico I de Mecklemburgo-Schwerin y de su segunda esposa, María Catalina (1616-1665), hija del Duque Julio Ernesto de Brunswick-Dannenberg (1571-1636).
Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin After the death of his father in 1756, Frederick assumed the government of the Duchy. Shortly after his accession the country was involved in the Seven Years' War . Frederick, was a supporter of Pietism. He encouraged the school system, promoted the textile manufacturing and abolished torture.
Frederick I (Schwerin, 13 February 1638 – Schloss Grabow, 28 April 1688), Duke of Mecklenburg-Grabow. Christina (Schwerin, 8 August 1639 – Gandersheim, 30 June 1693), Abbess of Gandersheim (1681). Bernhard Sigismund (Schwerin, 21 January 1641 – Schwerin, 15 November 1641). Augusta (Schwerin, 24 September 1643 – Schwerin, 5 May 1644).
Frederick Francis I, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Frederick Francis I (10 December 1756 – 1 February 1837) ruled over the German state of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, first as duke (1785–1815), and then as grand duke (1815–1837). Contents 1 Biography 2 Marriage and children 3 Ancestry 4 References Biography