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  1. Margaret was the youngest daughter of the Elector Joachim I of Brandenburg (1484–1535) from his marriage to Elisabeth (1485–1555), daughter of King John of Denmark. Duchess of Pomerania. She married her first husband on 23 January 1530 in Berlin Duke George I of Pomerania (1493–1531).

  2. She married on 20 September 1477 in Prenzlau with Duke Bogislaw X of Pomerania (1454–1523). In 1474, Brandenburg had begun a war against Pomerania, because Bogislaw refused to pay homage to Frederick II. On 1 May 1476, during the peace negotiations, it had been decided that Bogislaw would marry Margaret. The marriage was burdensome on Bogislaw.

  3. Matilda of Denmark. Margaret of Brandenburg-Salzwedel ( German: Margareta, Polish: Małgorzata; born ca. 1270 – died 1 May 1315) was a German noblewoman member of the House of Ascania and by her two marriages Duchess of Greater Poland (during 1293–1296), Queen of Poland (during 1295–1296) and Duchess of Saxe-Lauenburg (during 1302–1308).

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    Margaretha von Brandenburg was born 29 September 1511 to Joachim I. Nestor von Brandenburg (1484-1535) and Elisabeth of Denmark (1485-1555) and died 31 December 1577 of unspecified causes. She married Georg I. von Pommern (1493-1531) 23 January 1530 JL in Wolgast. She married Johann IV. von Anhalt-Dessau (1504-1551) 15 February 1534 JL in Dessau. S...

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  4. Margaret of Brandenburg (1511 – after 3 November 1577) was a Princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marrying first a Duchess of Pomerania and later a Princess of Anhalt.

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