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  1. Elisabeth of Hesse (13 February 1539 – 14 March 1582) was a German noblewoman.She was a daughter of Philip I Landgrave of Hesse and Christine of Saxony daughter of George Duke of Saxony.On 8 July 1560 she married Louis VI Elector Palatine.

  2. Personal Information Name Elisabeth of Hesse, Electress Palatine Born 13 Feb 1539 Kassel, Hesse, Germany Gender ♀️ Female Died 14 Mar 1582 Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Spouses (1) Spouse Louis VI, Elector Palatine Children Frederick IV, Elector Palatine Spouses (2) Spouse Louis VI, Elector Palatine Children Frederick IV, Elector Palatine Spouses (3) Spouse Louis VI, Elector…

  3. Elisabeth of Hesse, Electress Palatine. Fame Meter (3/100) Recognized by over 1,000,000 people. Age 43 years old at time of death Family. spouses: Louis VI m. 1560 ...

  4. Elisabeth of Hesse Electress Palatine is a 43 years old Electress Palatine by marriage (1576-1582) from . Elisabeth of Hesse Electress Palatine was born on February 13, 1539 (died on March 14, 1582, elisabeth of Hesse Electress Palatine was 43 years old) in .

  5. Elisabeth of Hesse (13 February 1539 – 14 March 1582) was a German noblewoman. She was a daughter of Philip I, Landgrave of Hesse and Christine of Saxony, daughter of George, Duke of Saxony. On 8 July 1560 she married Louis VI, Elector Palatine.

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    Elisabeth of Hesse, Electress Palatine House of Hesse Born: 13 February 1539 Died: 14 March 1582 Preceded by Amalia of Neuenahr: Electress Palatine 1576–1582: Succeeded by Anne of Ostfriesland

  7. Elisabeth of Hesse, Electress Palatine. Elisabeth of Hesse ( born February 13, 1539 Kassel, † March 15, 1582 in Heidelberg) was Princess of Hesse and by marriage Electress of the Palatinate. Life Elizabeth was a daughter of the Landgrave Philipp I of Hesse (1504-1567) from his marriage to Christine (1505-1549), daughter of Duke George of Saxony.