Person:Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg (1)

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Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg
b.13 SEP 1617 Berlijn
d.19 AUG 1676 Mittau
m. 14 JUL 1616
  1. Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg1617 - 1676
  2. Frederick William I , Elector of Brandenburg1620 - 1688
  3. Hedwig Sophia of Brandenburg1623 - 1683
  4. Johann Siegmund1624 -
  • HJacob Kettler1610 - 1682
  • WMargravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg1617 - 1676
  1. Louise Elisabeth of Courland1646 - 1690
  2. Frederick Casimir Kettler1650 - 1698
  3. Maria Amalia of Courland1653 - 1711
  4. Ferdinand Kettler1655 - 1737
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Name Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg
Alt Name Louise Charlotte van Brandenburg
Alt Name Luise Charlotte
Gender Female
Alt Birth? 3 SEP 1617 Berlin, Brandenburg, Prussia
Birth[1] 13 SEP 1617 Berlijn
Death? 19 AUG 1676 Mittau
Alt Death[1] 29 AUG 1676 Yelgava, Zemgale, Latvia


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Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg (13 September 1617 – 29 August 1676), was a Duchess consort of Courland. She was politically active during her tenure as duchess consort.

She was born to George William, Elector of Brandenburg and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate (1597–1660).

She was married on 9 October 1645 to Duke Jacob Kettler of Courland (1642–1682). A poem was composed for the wedding by Simon Dach. Louise Charlotte is attributed to have had a large influence over the policy of state during the reign of her consort; she worked with her brother in the interest of Brandenburg, but is also credited to have contributed to the greatness of Courland during her tenure. The negotiations between Brandenburg, Russia, Sweden and Poland took place in Mitau during her de facto reign.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).