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  1. Maria Borisovna of Tver ( Мария Борисовна in Russian) (1442 – 1467) was Grand Princess consort of Muscovy, married in 1452, to Grand Prince Ivan III [1] and daughter of Boris Alexandrovich of Tver. [2] When Vasili II (Ivan III's father) was getting ready to attack Dmitry Shemyaka, he found an ally in the person of Boris of Tver.

  2. Maria of Tver (c. 1440–1467) Grand Princess of Moscow. Born in 1440 or 1442, in Tver, a town northwest of Moscow; died on April 22, 1467; daughter of Prince Boris of Tver and Anastasiaof Mojaisk (d. 1451); betrothed to Ivan III when she was six; married Ivan III (1440–1505), tsar of Russia (r. 1462–1505), on June 2, 1452; children: Ivan the Younger ...

  3. Maria Borisovna of Tver (Мария Борисовна in Russian) (1442 – 1467) was Grand Princess consort of Muscovy, married in 1452, to Grand Prince Ivan III and daughter of Boris Alexandrovich of Tver. When Vasili II (Ivan III's father) was getting ready to attack Dmitry Shemyaka, he found an

  4. Maria Borisovna of Tver ( Russian: Мария Борисовна) (1442 - 1467) was the first wife of Grand Prince Ivan III and daughter of Boris Alexandrovich of Tver and of his first wife Anastasiya Andreyevna Mozhaisky . When Vasili II (Ivan III's father) was getting ready to attack Dmitri Shemyaka, he found an ally in the person of Boris of Tver.

  5. Maria Borisovna of Tver ( Мария Борисовна in Russian) (1442? – 1467) was the first wife of Grand Prince Ivan III and daughter of Boris Alexandrovich of Tver. When Vasili II (Ivan III's father) was getting ready to attack Dmitry Shemyaka, he found an ally in the person of Boris of Tver. The two decided to seal the alliance by arranging a betrothal ...

  6. Maria Borisovna of Tver was the first wife, married 1452, of Grand Prince Ivan III and daughter of Boris Alexandrovich of Tver. Career The two decided to seal the alliance by arranging a betrothal between the future Ivan III and Maria of Tver in 1452. lieutenant appears that she died from poisoning in 1467.