20 feb 2023 · William III "the Younger", Landgrave of Hesse (8 September 1471 – 17 February 1500) ruled on the part of the county known as Upper Hesse, with residence in Marburg. William was the son of Landgrave Henry III from the House of Hesse and his wife Anna of Katzenelnbogen. When his father died in 1483, William was still a minor, and ...
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Henry was the second son of Landgrave Ludwig I of Hesse and his wife Anna of Saxony. Ludwig I had stipulated in his will that Henry and his brother Ludwig (1438–1471) should share the landgraviate equally between them, but did not concretize this provision until his death. Ludwig II initially decided on Lower Hesse and left Marburg and the land on ...
His daughter Elisabeth (1466–1523) would go on to marry John V, Count of Nassau-Siegen and they would become grandparents to William the Silent. His younger daughter, Mathilde (1473–1524), would go on to marry John II, Duke of Cleves and they would become grandparents to Queen Anne of Cleves. Henry's only son to reach adulthood succeeded as William...Wikisource: "Heinrich III. (Landgraf von Hessen)", Allgemeine Deutsche BiographieWikisource: "Wilhelm III. (Landgraf von Hessen)", Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie
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- Louis I, Landgrave of Hesse
- 13 January 1483
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15 mar 2023 · Frederick VIII, Landgrave (1760–1785) William XIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (1785–1803), Elector of Hesse (1803–1807, 1813–1821) Hesse-Philippsthal (complete list) – Philip, Landgrave (1663–1721) Charles I, Landgrave (1721–1770) William, Landgrave (1770–1806) Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld (complete list) – William ...
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2 mar 2023 · Louis VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt, went down in history as the Hunting Landgrave. With the help of coins that were sold in Künker’s Auction 327, you can learn his story and why he is wronged when derogatorily called simply the Hunting Landgrave.