Ingeborg of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
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Ingeborg of Mecklenburg (1343/45 – 25 July 1395) was a daughter of Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg and his wife, Euphemia of Sweden. Euphemia was a daughter of Ingeborg of Norway, who was the only legitimate child of King Haakon V of Norway. Thus, Ingeborg of Mecklenburg was Haakon V's great-granddaughter.
|Ingeborg of Mecklenburg|
Electress consort of Brandenburg |
Countess of Holstein-Rendsburg
|Died||25 July 1395 (aged 51–52)|
Louis VI of Bavaria|
Henry II of Holstein-Rendsburg
Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein|
Albert II, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg
Henry III, Count of Schauenburg-Holstein
Sophia, Duchess of Pomerania
House of Mecklenburg (by birth) |
House of Wittelsbach (by marriage)
House of Schauenburg (by marriage)
|Father||Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg|
|Mother||Euphemia of Sweden|
In 1360, she married Louis VI "the Roman" of Bavaria; she was his second wife. The marriage remained childless.
After Louis's death, she married Henry II, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg. They had at least four children:
- Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein; married, in 1391, Catherine Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg and had issue.
- Albert II, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg
- Henry III, Count of Schauenburg-Holstein (d. 1421), Prince-Bishop of Osnabrück as Henry I
- Sofia of Holstein (1375, Lübeck - 1448); married, in 1398, Bogislaw VIII, Duke of Pomerania (1364-1418) and had issue.
- Helge bei der Wieden calls him Gerhard V
Ingeborg of Mecklenburg-SchwerinBorn: 1343 Died: 25 July 1395
Cunigunde of Poland
| Electress consort of Brandenburg
15 February 1360–17 May 1365
Catherine of Bohemia
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