Duke Frederick of Saxony (26 October 1473 – 14 December 1510), also known as Friedrich von Sachsen or Friedrich von Wettin, was the 36th Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, serving from 1498–1510. He was the third (and youngest surviving) son of Albert III, Duke of Saxony, and Sidonie of Poděbrady, daughter of George of Podebrady .
Elector of Saxony from 1532. He was captured by the emperor in 1547 and deprived of the electorate and the duchy of Wittenberg, which was awarded to his cousin, because of his adherence to the Reformation. Nobility. He was the only child of Johann and his first wife Sophie of Mecklenburg. Elector of Saxony from 1532.
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When Prinz Friedrich von Sachsen Coburg Gotha was born on 29 November 1918, in Callenberg, Coburg, Bavaria, Germany, his father, Herzog Karl I von Sachsen Coburg Gotha, was 34 and his mother, Prinzessin Viktoria Adelheid von Schleswig, was 32. He married Countess Viktoria Luise Friederike Karoline Mathilde zu Solms-Baruth on 25 January 1942.
Report Duplicate. Memorial. Photos. Flowers. The information below was kindly provided by Gloria ( member 47189386): In 1696, Magdalena Augusta married her first cousin, Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, who had become Duke in 1691. They had twenty children: Sophie (b. Gotha, 30 May 1697 – d. of smallpox, Gotha, 29 November 1703).
Maria Amalia, Herzogin von Sachsen-Zeitz (1670-1739) Moritz Graf von Sachsen (1696-1750) Moritz Wilhelm, Herzog von Sachsen-Zeitz (1664-1718) Moritz Wilhelm, Herzog von Sachsen-Merseburg (1688-1731) Joseph Ferdinand Müller (um 1700-1761) Otto Ernst, Graf von Schönburg (1681-1746) Christian Pezold (1677-1733) Friedrich August von Rutowski ...
Johann Friedrich, Sohn von Johann dem Beständigen, Kurfürst nach dessen Tod 1532, war ein treuer Anhänger von Martin Luther, förderte die Reformation in seinem Land und war neben Philipp Hessen der wichtigste politische Führer der Protestanten. Nach dem Tod von Martin Luther begann der Kaiser 1546 den Schmalkaldischen Krieg.