Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia)1

F, #12029, b. 22 November 1329, d. 21 April 1375
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Names and TItles

Married: Princess of Nürnberg.1
     Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) was born on 22 November 1329 in Wartburg, Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, Thuringia.1 She married Burgrave Friedrich V (of Nürnberg) on 7 September 1350 in Jena, Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, Thuringia.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) died on 21 April 1375 at age 45.1 She was buried in Mittelfranken, Bavaria.1
     She became the mother of Elisabeth Burgravine (of Nürnberg) in 1358.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Margarethe Burgravine (of Nürnberg) circa 1359.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Anna, Burgravine (of Nürnberg) circa 1361.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Beatrix Burgravine (of Nürnberg) circa 1362.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Burgravine Katharina (of Nürnberg) circa 1363.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Agnes, Burgravine (of Nürnberg) circa 1365.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Daughter Burgravine (of Nürnberg) in 1367.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Daughter Burgravine (of Nürnberg) in 1368.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Count Johann III (of Hohenzollern) circa 1369.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Elector Friedrich I (of Brandenburg) on 21 September 1372.1 Elisabeth's daughter Daughter Burgravine (of Nürnberg) died in 1374.1 Princess Elisabeth (of Thuringia) became the mother of Veronika, Burgravine (of Nürnberg) circa 1375.1 Elisabeth's daughter was married at wedding of Beatrix Burgravine (of Nürnberg) and Duke Albrecht III 'The Braided' (of Austria) on 4 March 1375 in Wien, Wien, Austria.1

Family

Burgrave Friedrich V (of Nürnberg) b. circa 1332, d. 21 January 1398
Children
Last Edited6 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.