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  1. Albert II, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, no issue 2. Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, no issue Marguerite Louise of Orléans, Grand Duchess Consort of Tuscany: 28 Jul 1645 17 Sep 1721 Cosimo III Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, had issue August Frederick, Prince of Eutin: 6 May 1646 2 Oct 1705 Christine of Saxe-Weissenfels, no issue

  2. 19/11/2022 · Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach, Queen consort of King George II Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen consort of King George III Caroline of Brunswick, Queen consort of King George IV

  3. Frederick II the Great King of Prussia 24 January 1712-17 August 1786 King in Prussia (1740–1772); King of Prussia (1772–1786); married Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern but had no issue Charlotte Albertine Princess of Prussia 5 May 1713-10 June 1714 Died in infancy Frederica Louise Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach

  4. Albrecht von Brandenburg, genannt Albrecht Achilles (* 9.November 1414 in Tangermünde; † 11. März 1486 in Frankfurt am Main), aus dem Haus Hohenzollern, war als Albrecht I. ab 1440 Markgraf zu Ansbach und ab 1464 Kulmbach sowie später als Albrecht III.

  5. From the 1960s until her death in 2022, Queen Elizabeth II had several personal flags designed for her use as sovereign of certain Commonwealth realms. These heraldic flags are similar to those of the British "Royal Standard" in being banners of the nation's arms but feature a device found in the Queen's general personal flag (a blue disc containing a wreath of gold roses encircling a crowned ...

  6. later King George II: Dukedom and marquessate merged with the Crown, 1727: Prince Frederick (1707–1751) Prince of Wales: George III (1738-1820) Duke of Cambridge FOURTH CREATION, 1801: Prince Edward (1767–1820) Duke of Kent and Strathearn: Prince Adolphus (1774–1850) 1st Duke of Cambridge: Queen Victoria (1819–1901) Prince George (1819 ...

  7. September 1714 in Westminster, 30 Jahre alt; seit 1705 britischer Staatsbürger, folgte er seinem Vater 1727 als Georg II. von England und Hannover. Friedrich Ludwig von Hannover (1707–1751), „Poor Fred“, der verstoßene Sohn, Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Sohn Georgs II. und der Caroline von Brandenburg-Ansbach, ernannt am 8