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  1. When Ulfeldt was again being sought for treason by the Danes, Leonora Christina went to England to solicit repayment from King Charles II of money her husband had loaned him during his exile. The King repaid his debt by welcoming the Countess (his cousin) to his table, then having her arrested as she boarded a ship to leave England, whereupon he turned her over to Denmark in 1663.

  2. Leonora Christina, Countess Ulfeldt, née Countess Leonora Christina Christiansdatter til Slesvig og Holsten (8 July 1621 – 16 March 1698), was the daughter of King Christian IV of Denmark and his second wife, Kirsten Munk; and wife of Steward of the Realm–cum–traitor Count Corfitz Ulfeldt. Renowned in Denmark since the 19th century for her posthumously published autobiography, Jammers ...

    • 8 July 1621
    • Denmark
    • 16 March 1698
    • Christian IV of Denmark, Kirsten Munk
  3. Leonora Christina, Countess Ulfeldt, born "Countess Leonora Christina Christiansdatter" til Slesvig og Holsten (8 July 1621 – 16 March 1698), was the daughter of King Christian IV of Denmark and wife of Steward of the Realm, traitor Count Corfitz Ulfeldt.

  4. Leonora Christina, Countess Ulfeldt, born "Countess Leonora Christina Christiansdatter" til Slesvig og Holsten (8 July 1621 – 16 March 1698), was the daughter of King Christian IV of Denmark and wife of Steward of the Realm, traitor Count Corfitz Ulfeldt. Renowned in Denmark since the 19th century for her posthumously published autobiography, Jammers Minde, written secretly during two ...

  5. Leonora Christina Ulfeldt (* July 8, 1621 at Frederiksborg Palace near Copenhagen; † March 16, 1698 in Maribo Monastery , Denmark) was a daughter of the Danish King Christian IV and Countess of Schleswig-Holstein, who also gained fame as a writer.

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