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  1. Henry was the second son of Count Ulrich V of Württemberg-Stuttgart (1413–1480), from his second marriage to Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1419–1451). As a second son, Henry was provided with a career in the clergy. In 1464, he became provost at Eichstätt. The intent was that he would succeed Adolph II of Nassau as Archbishop of Mainz.

    • 7 September 1448, Stuttgart
    • 15 April 1519 (aged 70), Hohenurach Castle, near Bad Urach
  2. Henry was the second son of Count Ulrich V of Württemberg-Stuttgart (1413–1480), from his second marriage to Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1419–1451). As a second son, Henry was provided with a career in the clergy. In 1464, he became provost at Eichstätt. The intent was that he would succeed Adolph II of Nassau as Archbishop of Mainz.

  3. Henry was the second son of Count Ulrich V of Württemberg-Stuttgart (1413–1480), from his second marriage to Elisabeth of Bavaria-Landshut (1419–1451). As a second son, Henry was provided with a career in the clergy. In 1464, he became provost at Eichstätt. The intent was that he would succeed Adolph II of Nassau as Archbishop of Mainz.

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  5. Henry, Count of Württemberg was born on September 7 1448, in Stuttgart, to Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg. Henry had 2 sons: George I of Württemberg-Mömpelgard and Ulrich Duke of Württemberg . Henry passed away on April 15 1519, at age 70.

  6. Henry _____, Count of Württemberg. b. 7 Sep 1448 Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany d. 15 Apr 1519 Bad Urach, Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

  7. Henry of Württemberg (7 September 1448 – 15 April 1519) was, from 1473 to 1482, count of Montbéliard. 25 relations.