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  1. Sofie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Johan of Schleswig-Holstein (9 July 1583 – 28 October 1602) was the youngest son of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. He went to Russia in 1602 as the bridegroom of Boris Godunov 's daughter Ksenia (Xenia), but fell ill and died before the marriage could take place. [1]

  2. Johan de Schleswig-Holstein (9 de julio de 1583-28 de octubre de 1602) fue el hijo menor de Federico II de Dinamarca y Noruega y de Sofía de Mecklenburg-Schwerin . Fue a Rusia en 1602 como el novio de la hija de Boris Godunov , Ksenia (Xenia), pero enfermó y murió antes de que pudiera celebrarse el matrimonio. Se desconoce la muerte de John.

  3. John, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein Johan of Schleswig-Holstein (9 July 1583 – 28 October 1602) was the youngest son of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.

  4. Johan of Schleswig-Holstein (9 July 1583 – 28 October 1602) was the youngest son of Frederick II of Denmark and Norway and Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. He went to Russia in 1602 as the bridegroom of Boris Godunov's daughter Ksenia (Xenia), but fell ill and died before the marriage could take place. John's death is unknown. It is possible that Boris Godunov's ministers may have poisoned ...

  5. Escutcheon of John the Younger in the chapel of Sønderborg Castle. John was born on 25 March 1545 in Haderslev in the Duchy of Schleswig as the fourth child and third son of King Christian III of Denmark and Norway and his wife, Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg. When Christian III died in 1559, he left three sons.

  6. John, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein was born on July 9 1583, to Frederick II of Denmark and Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow. John had one brother: Christian IV of Denmark . John passed away on October 28 1602, at age 19.