Béla II King of Hungary
- Born: 1108, Hungary
- Marriage: Helena of Raška Queen of Hungary
- Died: 1141 at age 33 160
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• Background Information. 160
Euphrosyne of Kiev, daughter of Mstisdlav II, born about 1130 and dead by 1186, married in 1146, Gésa II, King of Hungary, who died 3 May 1163, son of Béla II, King of Hungary, who died in 1141. (Béla II was the son of Álmos, King of Croatia, who died in 1129, the son of Géza I, King of Hungary who died in 1107 and was the brother of Sophia of Hungary). Euphrosyne of Kiev and her husband Gésa II were the parents of Bella III.
~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 242:8-10
• Web Reference: Béla II.
Béla was blinded, together with his father, on the orders of his uncle King Kálmán and took refuge in the monastery of Pécsvárad.
• Web Reference: Béla II, King of ungary and Croatia from Wikipedia.
Béla married Helena of Raška Queen of Hungary, daughter of Uroš I of Raška and Anna Diogenissa. (Helena of Raška Queen of Hungary was born after 1109 and died after 1145.)