Person:Henry I, Count of Schwerin (1)

Henry I "the Black" _____, Count of Schwerin
b.Abt 1155
d.17 Feb 1228
  1. Henry I "the Black" _____, Count of SchwerinAbt 1155 - 1228
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  • W.  Audacia of Pomerania-Schlawe (add)
  1. Gunzelin III _____, Count of SchwerinAbt 1204 - Aft 1274
Facts and Events
Name Henry I "the Black" _____, Count of Schwerin
Alt Name _____ Schwerin
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1155
Marriage to Audacia of Pomerania-Schlawe (add)
Death[1] 17 Feb 1228
Burial[1] Schwerin Cathedral, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Reference Number? Q472408?

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Henry I, Count of Schwerin ( – 17 February 1228), also known as Henry the Black, was a German nobleman. He was a ruling Count of Schwerin and played an important role in the ending of the Danish supremacy in the southern coast of the Baltic Sea.

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