Person:Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg (1)

Adelaide _____, of Holstein-Rendsburg
d.Jan 1350
  1. Giselbrecht Count of HolsteinAbt 1291 - 1345
  2. Gerhard III _____Est 1292 - 1340
  3. Adelaide _____, of Holstein-Rendsburg1299 - 1350
  4. Elizabeth of Holstein-Rendsburg1300 - Bef 1340
  1. Valdemar III _____, of Denmark1314 - 1364
  2. Helvig of Schleswig - 1374
  1. Dietrich Vi, Count of Honstein, ViAbt 1326 - 1393
  2. Heinrich Viii, Count of Honstein, ViiiAbt 1330 - Aft 1399
  3. Elisabeth Countess of HonsteinAbt 1334 -
  4. Countess Agnes of Honstein Heiringen1340 - 1404
Facts and Events
Name Adelaide _____, of Holstein-Rendsburg
Alt Name Adelheid Countess of Holstein
Gender Female
Birth? 1299 Rendsburg, Rendsburg-Eckernforde, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Marriage to Eric II _____, Duke of Schleswig
Marriage to Dietrich V, Count of Honstein, V
Marriage to Erich II Valdemarsson Duke of Schleswig, II
Death[1] Jan 1350
Alt Death? 1349/50
Alt Death? 1350 Hohnstein, Sachsische Schweiz, Sachsen, Germany
Reference Number? Q2404348?

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Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg (died January 1350), Countess of Schauenburg, was the daughter of Count Henry I and his wife, Helwig of Bronckhorst. One source gives her birthdate as 1299 in Rendsburg, Rendsburg-Eckernforde, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

In 1313, Adelaide married Duke Eric II of Schleswig (1288-1325). They had two children:

Both her son and her son-in-law became King of Denmark.

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  2.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996 (2).
  3.   Ancestry Family Trees. (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.)
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