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  1. George I of Württemberg-Montbéliard, nicknamed "the Cautious" (4 February 1498 at Urach Castle in Bad Urach – 17 July 1558 at Kirkel Castle in Kirkel) was a son of Henry of Württemberg and his second wife, the Countess Eva of Salm. In 1514, he received the County of Harburg, the city of Riquewihr and Bilstein Castle.

  2. George I of Württemberg-Montbéliard, nicknamed "the Cautious" (4 February 1498 at Urach Castle in Bad Urach – 17 July 1558 at Kirkel Castle in Kirkel) was a son of the Duke Henry of Württemberg and his second wife, the Countess Eva of Salm. In 1514, he received the County of Harburg, the city of Riquewihr and Bilstein Castle.

  3. George I of Württemberg-Mömpelgard is a 60 years old Count of Württemberg-Montbéliard (1526-1534 and 1553-1558) from Schloss Urach. George I of Württemberg-Mömpelgard was born on February 04, 1498 (died on July 17, 1558, he was 60 years old) in Schloss Urach .

  4. George I of Württemberg-Montbéliard nicknamed the Cautious (born: 4 February 1498 at Urach Castle in Bad Urach; died: 17 July 1558 at Kirkel Castle in Kirkel) was a son of the Duke Henry of Württemberg and his second wife the Countess Eva of Salm.In 1514 he received the County of Harburg the city of Riquewihr and Bilstein Castle.

  5. 08/02/2022 · George I of Württemberg-Montbéliard, nicknamed "the Cautious" (4 February 1498 at Urach Castle in Bad Urach – 17 July 1558 at Kirkel Castle in Kirkel) was a son of Henry of Württemberg and his second wife, the Countess Eva of Salm. In 1514, he received the County of Harburg, the city of Riquewihr and Bilstein Castle.

  6. George I of Württemberg-Montbéliard, nicknamed "the Cautious" was a son of Henry of Württemberg and his second wife, the Countess Eva of Salm.