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Today, Dimadick created a fork about this same person at Anne Jagellion of Bohemia (sic!). Because it is the newer page, it should be merged to this page. In that way, edit histories remain as undisturbed as possible. Dimadick also criticizes the current name of this page (and, it seems that indeed it is the chief reason for his forking; like the article is moved to a new name in that way). If the name needs a change, it should be proposed using RM process. However, this is again a problematic person for naming. To help merging, I brough all the contents of the fork to this page. Do not hesitate to edit those texts. Maed 22:02, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

And User:Dimadick has written at length about the issue: [1]

Strange fertility patternEdit

At seventeen she married an eighteen year old. They had no children for five years, but thereafter she was extremely fertile. Has anyone at the time or since pointed out that this is rather odd, or am I the first person to suspect that someone other than her husband was fathering her children? Based on his article, Ferdinand had no mistresses or illegitimate children. Perhaps he was just away a lot early in their marriage, or perhaps she was reluctant to grant him conjugal rights, but later discovered that she loved babies. Perhaps she had some miscarriages that aren't mentioned here. Whatever the truth, I think the babyless era at the beginning of her marriage requires an explanation. Mowsbury (talk) 14:03, 5 May 2009 (UTC)

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