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  1. Ursula, Margravine of Brandenburg (17 October 1488 – 18 September 1510) was a German noblewoman. [1] She was born in Berlin, the daughter of John Cicero, Elector of Brandenburg, and Margarethe of Saxony . At age 19, on 16 February 1507 she married Duke Henry V of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1479–1552). [2] They had three children:

  2. Ursula of Brandenburg (25 September 1450 – 25 November 1508, Breslau) was a princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Münsterberg and Oels and Countess of Glatz. Life [ edit ] Ursula was the eldest child of the Elector Albrecht Achilles of Brandenburg (1414–1486) from his first marriage to Margarete of Baden (1431–1457).

  3. Úrsula de Brandeburgo (25 de septiembre de 1450 – 25 de noviembre de 1508, Breslau ) fue una princesa de Brandeburgo por nacimiento y por matrimonio duquesa de Münsterberg y Oels y condesa de Glatz .

  4. Ursula of Brandenburg (1488–1510) Duchess of Mecklenburg. Born on October 17, 1488; died on September 18, 1510; daughter of Margaret of Saxony (1449–1501) and Joachim I, elector of Brandenburg (r. 1486–1499); married Henry III , duke of Mecklenburg, on February 16, 1507; children: Sophia of Mecklenburg (1508–1541); Magnus of Mecklenburg ...

  5. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ursula of Brandenburg (25 September 1450 – 25 November 1508, Breslau) was a princess of Brandenburg by birth and by marriage Duchess of Münsterberg and Oels and Countess of Glatz. Oops something went wrong: 403

  6. Ursula von Hohenzollern was born on 25 September 1450, in Berlin, Germany as the daughter of Margarethe von Brandenburg House of Hohenzollern. She married Duke Heinrich I The Elder Podiebrad of Münsterberg on 9 February 1467, in Eger, Bohemia, Austria. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 4 daughters.