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  1. Barbara Sophia of Brandenburg was duchess of Württemberg by marriage to Duke John Frederick of Württemberg and acted as regent of the Duchy of Württemberg for their minor son, Duke Eberhard III of Württemberg, in 1631–1633. She was the daughter of the Catherine of Küstrin and Elector of Joachim Frederick of Brandenburg.

  2. 24 de mar. de 2016 · Genealogy profile for Barbara Sophia of Brandenburg Barbara Sophia von Brandenburg (Hohenzollern), Herzogin zu Württemberg (1584 - 1636) - Genealogy Genealogy for Barbara Sophia von Brandenburg (Hohenzollern), Herzogin zu Württemberg (1584 - 1636) family tree on Geni, with over 230 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  3. Barbara Sophie of Brandenburg (Q65871) Duches consort and later regent of Württemberg (1584-1636) Barbara Sophia of Brandenburg edit Statements instance of human 1 reference image 1618 Donauer Portrait Sophia Herzogin von Württemberg anagoria.JPG 3,006 × 3,882; 6.81 MB 1 reference sex or gender female 1 reference country of citizenship Germany

  4. 10 de ago. de 2016 · Genealogy for Barbara of Brandenburg (1527 - 1595) family tree on Geni, ... Sophie von Brandenburg, Markgräfin, Burggräfin von Böhmen; ...

  5. Barbara Sophie starb dort 1636. 1655 wurde sie in der Stuttgarter Stiftskirche beigesetzt. Nachkommen. Aus ihrer Ehe hatte Barbara Sophia folgende Kinder: Henriette (1610–1623) Friedrich (*/† 1612) Antonia (1613–1679) Eberhard III. (1614–1674), Herzog von Württemberg

  6. Barbara Sophia of Brandenburg (16 November 1584 – 13 February 1636) was duchess of Württemberg by marriage to Duke John Frederick of Württemberg and acted as regent of the Duchy of Württemberg for their minor son, Duke Eberhard III of Württemberg, in 1631-1633. She was the daughter of the Catherine of Küstrin (1549–1602) and Elector of Joachim Frederick of Brandenburg.

  7. Barbara Sophie of Brandenburg: Duches consort and later regent of Württemberg (1584 - 1636), Regent, From: Germany