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  1. Christian, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth at an older age This land partition had already been legitimized in 1598 by the House Treaty of Gera , which was prepared for this purpose. Christian's assumption of the government of Kulmbach took place at the same time as that of Joachim Ernst in Ansbach.

  2. Christian Ernst of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (6 August 1644 in Bayreuth – 20 May 1712 in Erlangen) was a member of the House of Hohenzollern and Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth . He was the only son of Erdmann August, Hereditary Margrave ( Erbmarkgraf) of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, by his wife and first cousin, Sophie of Brandenburg-Ansbach .

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    Frederick Christian of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, was a member of the House of Hohenzollern and Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth.

    He was the youngest of fourteen children born to Margrave Christian Heinrich of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach by his wife, Countess Sophie Christiane of Wolfstein. His father died on 5 April 1708, almost three months before his birth. Besides him, only six of his siblings survived to adulthood: Georg Frederick Karl, who became Margrave of Bayreuth; Albrecht Wolfgang, who was killed in battle in 1734; Dorothea Charlotte, Countess of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim, who died in 1712 after only seven months

    Frederick Christian was considered an eccentric, indeed the "black sheep" of the family. By the time of the death of his cousin Georg Wilhelm, Margrave of Bayreuth, he lived as a Danish Lieutenant-general in Wandsbek near Hamburg and was not prepared for any government tasks in the principality of Bayreuth. He did not exercise his power and left all the control of the principality to his older brother George Frederick Charles. The death of his nephew Frederick without male issue on, however, fou

    In Schaumburg an der Lahn on 26 April 1732, Frederick Christian married Victoria Charlotte of Anhalt-Zeitz-Hoym. They had two daughters: Christiane Sophie Charlotte, married on 20 January 1757 to Ernst Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Sophie Magdalene. Christiane, Frederick Christian and Victoria Charlotte's only surviving daughter, died four days after giving birth to a daughter, who only survived her mother by nine days. This tragedy led to the complete breakdown of the couple's mar

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    He was the fifth of the six children born to Georg Albrecht of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach by his first wife, Princess Marie Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. Christian Heinrich was the fourth-born son, but was the first to survive to adulthood: His two older brothers, Christian Philipp (b. and d. 1653) and Georg Frederick (b. 1657 - d. 1658) died before his own birth, and the third but eldest who survived infancy, Erdmann Philipp, died after falling from his horse in 1678, aged nineteen. His younger brother -and with him, the two only children of his parents who survived to adulthood- Karl August, died unmarried and childless in 1731 aged sixty-eight. Between the older brothers, a short-living sister, Sophie Amalie, was born. From his father's second marriage with Countess Sophie Marie of Solms-Baruth, Christian Heinrich had a half-brother, Georg Albrecht, who was born three months after the death of his father in 1666.

    In 1694 he accepted the invitation of his kinsman, the Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach, to move in with his family in the Castle Schönberg, Ansbach enclave in the Imperial City (German: Reichsstadt) of Nuremberg. With a modest allowance and heavily indebted, Christian Heinrich signed, in 1703, the Contract of Schönberg. Under the terms of this treaty, he renounced his succession rights over the Franconian estates of the House of Hohenzollern (the principalities of Ansbach and Bayreuth) in favour of Prussia. As a compensation of these renunciation, the King Frederick I of Prussia secured the financial situation of Christian Heinrich and his family in Prussia and assigned to him as a new domicile the Schloss Weferlingen near Magdeburg. The following year (1704) he moved there with his family. Four years later he died in Weferlingen, aged forty-seven and three months before the birth of his last child. After Christian Heinrich's death, his oldest son Georg Frederick Karl pursued the ab...

    In the Castle Obersulzbürg on 14 August 1687, Christian Heinrich married Countess Sophie Christiane of Wolfstein. They had fourteen children: 1. Georg Frederick Karl(b. Schloss Oberzulzbürg, 30 June 1688 – d. Bayreuth, 17 May 1735), who finally inherited Bayreuth in 1726. 2. Albert Wolfgang(b. Schloss Obersulzbürg, 8 December 1689 – killed in action, near Parma, 29 June 1734). 3. Dorothea Charlotte (b. Schloss Obersulzbürg, 15 March 1691 – d. Weikersheim, 18 March 1712); married on 7 August 1711 to Karl Ludwig, Count of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim. 4. Frederick Emanuel (b. Schloss Obersulzbürg, 13 February 1692 – d. Schloss Obersulzbürg, 13 January 1693). 5. Christiane Henriette (b. Schloss Obersulzbürg, 29 August 1693 – d. Schönberg, 19 May 1695). 6. Frederick Wilhelm (b. Schönberg, 12 January 1695 – d. Schönberg, 13 May 1695). 7. Christiane (b. and d. Schönberg, 31 October 1698). 8. Christian August (b. Schönberg, 14 July 1699 – d. Schönberg, 29 July 1700). 9. Sophie Magdalene (b. Schön...

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    Cristián Ernesto tomó decisiones atrevidas en centralizar las autoridades regionales en Bayreuth, asentando a los hugonotes en Erlangen, y creando una Academia de Caballeros (en alemán: Ritterakademie), la base para la Universidad Regional de Erlangen (en alemán, Landesuniversität Erlangen). Como margrave, sirvió al emperador Leopoldo I, a quien apoyó con suministros de guerra durante la guerra contra Francia en apoyo de la República Holandesa y Lorena y durante la liberación de Viena de los turcos. El 12 de febrero de 1664 fue designado un coronel de la Circunscripción de Franconia. Desde 1668 armar sus propios dominios (con lo que pretendía al principio ayudar al emperador) forzó las finanzas del estado y expuso Bayreuth a peligros militares. El principado sufrió la primera de sus crisis financieras en 1672. Las ambiciones militares de Cristián Ernesto le hicieron un aliado político importante a pesar de lo pequeño de sus territorios.[cita requerida] Después de apoyar al emperador...

    En Dresde el 29 de octubre de 1662, Cristián Ernesto se casó con Erdmuta Sofía, la única hija superviviente de su tía paterna, Magdalena Sibila, y su esposo Juan Jorge II de Sajonia. Después de siete años de una unión sin hijos, Erdmuta Sofía, su primera esposa y prima hermana, murió el 22 de junio de 1670. Ocho meses después de la muerte de su primera esposa, Cristián Ernesto se casó por segunda vez, en Stuttgart, el 8 de febrero de 1671 con la duquesa Sofía Luisa de Wurtemberg, su prima en segundo grado por vía materna, la hija mayor de Everardo III de Wurtemberg. Su segundo matrimonio duró 31 años. Tuvieron seis hijos, tres de ellos murieron en la infancia: 1. Cristiana Eberardina (Bayreuth, 29 de diciembre de 1671 - Schloss Pretzsch, 5 de septiembre de 1727); se casó el 20 de enero de 1693 con Federico Augusto de Sajonia, más tarde Augusto el Fuerte, elector de Sajonia y rey de Polonia. 2. Leonor Magdalena (Bayreuth, 24 de enero de 1673 - Ettlingen, 13 de diciembre de 1711); se...

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    • 10 de mayo de 1712 (67 años), Erlangen (Principado de Bayreuth)
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  4. The margrave harassed his daughter-in-law in much the same way that her parents had done. When Wilhelmine gave birth to a daughter, it destroyed George Frederick Karl's hopes to take charge of his grandchild's upbringing, since he was allowed to supervise the education of his son Frederick's child only if it were a boy, according to the marriage contract signed with Wilhelmine.

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