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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
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.
Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach Herrenhausen Gardens 22 August 1705 8 children until 20 November 1737 25 October 1760 Kensington Palace Aged 76 Son of George I George III George William Frederick 25 October 1760 – 29 January 1820 (59 years, 97 days) Until 1801: 1801–1816: From 1816: 24 May 1738 Norfolk House
The last Hochmeister, Albert of Brandenburg-Ansbach, converted to Lutheranism and, with the consent of his overlord and uncle, King Sigismund I of Poland, turned the State of the Teutonic Order into the secular Duchy of Prussia per the Treaty of Kraków, which was sealed by the Prussian Homage in Kraków in 1525.
Darmstadt, 2 June 1671), married on 1 April 1627 George II, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt. Marie Elisabeth (b. Dresden, 22 November 1610 – d. Husum, 24 October 1684), married on 21 February 1630 to Frederick III, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp. Christian Albert (b. Dresden, 4 March 1612 – d. Dresden, 9 August 1612). John George II (b.
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