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  1. Hedevig Ulfeldt Hedwig of Schleswig-Holstein (15 July 1626 – 5 October 1678) was the daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and Kirsten Munk . She was the twin of her sister Christiane Sehested .

  2. Hedevig Ulfeldt Al igual que sus hermanos, fue criada por su abuela Ellen Marsvin y la institutriz real Karen Sehested . Ella y su hermana gemela, Christiane , se casaron en el palacio real de Copenhague en 1642: ella con el noble Ebbe Ulfeldt .

  3. school founder first woman to teach in Copenhagen s public schools Hedevig Ulfeldt 1626 1678 daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and Kirsten Jacob Mogensen, or Ebbe Ulfeldt c. 1600 c. 1670 was the brother of the Danish naval officer Corfits Ulfeldt who became a landscape painter in Delft Schleswig - Holstein with her mother and siblings. She was the twin of her sister Hedevig Ulfeldt She ...

  4. Hedevig Ulfeldt (Hedevig Christiansdatter, 15. juli 1626 på Haderslevhus – 5. oktober 1678 i Christianstad, på svensk Kristianstad) var datter af Christian 4. og hans hustru til venstre hånd Kirsten Munk. Hedevig opfostredes i en del af sin barndom hos mormoderen, Ellen Marsvin .

  5. When Hedevig born she was 28 years old. and Christian IV of Denmark was 49 years old when Hedevig born. Her father was a King of Denmark. Is Hedevig Ulfeldt still alive? No, she died on 10/05/1678, 342 years ago. She was 52 years old when she died. What was Hedevig's zodiac sign? Hedevig Ulfeldt zodiac sign was cancer.

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    Danish princess, the daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and Kirsten Munk. She was the twin sister of Christiane Sehested. She shared the title Countess of Schleswig-Holstein with her mother and siblings. She and her twin were both married in Copenhagen royal palace in 1642: she to the noble Ebbe Ulfeldt. Her father died in 1648. In 1652, her spouse was deposed from his position on Bornholm, and the couple left for the Swedish court. The marriage was unhappy: Ulfeldt abused her - she called him "the damned creature" - and she had an affair with his servant. She separated from him in 1655 and joined her sister Leonora in Pomerania. She was present at her mother's funeral in 1658. She was ruined by her husband's debts, and moved to his estate in Skåne in 1664 out of poverty. She visited her sister Leonora during her imprisonment, corresponded with her and worked for her release. She died on 5 October 1678. Link to Wikipedia biography

    Death, Cause unspecified 5 October 1678 Jul.Cal. (15 Oct 1678 greg.) (Age 52) chart Placidus Equal_H.

    Sy Scholfield quotes from the Danish book "Genealogisk-historiske tabeller over de nordiske rigers kongeslægter" by Johannes Peter Frederik Kønigsfeldt, Danske historiske forening, Copenhagen (B. Lunos bogtrykkeri, 1856), p. 57: "Christiane, f. 15 Juli 1626 paa Haderslevhuus ... Hedvig, Christianes Tvillingsøster ... Christiane blev født Kl. 2 1/2 om Morgenen og Hedvig Kl. 4." Translation: Christiane, b. 15 July 1626 at Haderslevhus ... Hedvig, Christiane's twin sister ... Christiane was born at 2:30 o'clock in the morning and Hedvig at 4 o'clock.

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  6. Hedevig Ulfeldt. Hedwig of Schleswig-Holstein (15 July 1626 – 5 October 1678) was the daughter of king Christian IV of Denmark and Kirsten Munk. She was the twin of her sister Christiane Sehested. She shared the title Countess of Schleswig - Holstein with her mother and siblings.