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Henry IV, Count of Waldeck (c. 1282/1290 – 1 May 1348) was the ruling Count of Waldeck from 1305 to 1344. He was the second ruling count named "Henry", which is why some authors call him "Henry II". However, two earlier non-ruling members of the House of Waldeck are usually called Henry II and Henry III, and the subject of this article is commonly called Henry IV.
He was the eldest son of Otto I and his wife Sophie, the daughter of Landgrave Henry I of Hesse.
 Adelaide of Cleves (d. after 26 July 1327)

Otto IIIDuke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (c. 1296 – 1352) was Prince of Lüneburg from 1330 to 1352.
Otto was born about 1296 as the second son of Otto the Strict and his wife Matilda of Bavaria,
 Matilda of Mecklenburg (1293–1358):

Philip I, known as Philip of Savoy (FrenchPhilippe de SavoieItalianFilippo di Savoia-Acaia) (1278 – September 25, 1334) was the lord of Piedmontfrom 1282 until his death and prince of Achaea between 1301 and 1307. He was the son of Thomas III of Piedmont and Guyonne de Châlon.
Catherine de la Tour du Pin (died 1337), daughter of Humbert I of Viennois

Edouard I, seigneur de Beaujeu 1316-51  Guichard VI "le grand", seigneur de BeaujeuMarguerite de Châtillon 

Marie du Thil-en-Auxois 1315-60 "Jean" du Thil, I y Agnès de Frolois 

Albert II (12 December 1298 – 16 August 1358), known as the Wise or the Lame, a member of the House of Habsburg, was Duke of Austria and Styria from 1330, as well as Duke of Carinthia from 1335 until his death.
Albert II was born at Habsburg Castle in Swabia, a younger son of King Albert I of Germany and his wife Elizabeth of Carinthia
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Countess Joanna of Pfirt (1300 – 15 November 1351) was Duchess consort of Austria and a member of the House of Habsburgby marriage. She was the elder daughter of Ulrich III of Pfirt and his wife, Joanna of Burgundy.
Joanna's maternal grandparents were Reginald of Burgundy and his wife Guillemette of Neufchâtel. Reginald was the son of Hugh III, Count of Burgundy and his wife Adelaide, Countess Palatine of Burgundy.
Adelaide was daughter of Otto I, Duke of Merania and his wife Beatrice II, Countess of Burgundy.
Beatrice was a daughter of Otto I, Count of Burgundy and his wife Margaret, Countess of Blois.
Margaret was a daughter of Theobald V, Count of Blois and Alix of France.
Alix herself was the daughter of Louis VII of France and his famous first wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, who later married Henry II of England and was mother to two Kings of England, Richard and John.
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Frederick V of Nuremberg (before 3 March 1333 – 21 January 1398) was a Burgrave (Burggraf) of Nuremberg, of the House of Hohenzollern.

He was the elder son of John II of Nuremberg and Elisabeth of Henneberg.

Elisabeth of Meissen, Burgravine of Nuremberg (22 November 1329 – 21 April 1375) was the daughter of Frederick II, Margrave of Meissen and Mathilde of Bavaria and a member of the House of Wettin.

Ludwik I the Fair or Louis I the Fair also known as the Wisethe Right or of Brzeg (Brieg) (PolishLudwik I Sprawiedliwy,RoztropnyPrawy or brzeski; c. 1321 – 6 /23 December 1398), was a Duke of Legnica two times: first during 1342–1345 (with his brother) and secondly during 1345–1346 (alone), and Duke of Brzeg from 1358. Also, he was regent of Legnica during 1364–1373.
He was the second son of Bolesław III the Generous, Duke of Legnica-Brzeg by his first wife, Margaret of Bohemia, daughter ofKing Wenceslaus II
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 Agnes (b. ca. 1321 – d. 7 July 1362), daughter of Duke Henry IV of Głogów-Żagań 

Henry, Count of Nassau (Dutch: Hendrik van Nassau-Siegen, German: Heinrich III. von Nassau) (before 1288 – July/August 1343)Count of Nassau-Siegen, of Grimborg, Heiger, Westerwald, later of Molsberg, and after his brother's death of Dillenburg. He was a son of Count Otto I of Nassau and Agnes of Leiningen.
 Adelheid of Heinsberg, daughter of Dirk of Heinsberg and Blankenberg and Johanna of Leuven

Philippe III de Vianden 1280-1315  Godefroi I, comte de Vianden y Aleidis van Oudenaerde 

Lucie von der Neuerburg 1284  Friedrich von der Neuerburg, III y Elisabeth NN 

Engelbert II of the Mark (died July 18, 1328) was Count of the Mark and through marriage, Count of Arenberg.

He was the son and heir of Count Eberhard II and his wife, Irmgard of Berg

 Mechtilde ofArenberg (died March 18, 1328), daughter of Johann of Arenberg and Katharina of Jülich.

Dietrich VIII (c. 1291 – 7 July 1347) was a German nobleman. He was Count of Cleves from 1310 through 1347.
Dietrich was the son of Dietrich VII, Count of Cleves and his second wife Margaret of Habsburg
Margaret of Guelders († 1333), daughter of Reginald I of Guelders,

John I, Lord of Polanen (c. 1285 – 26 September 1342) was Lord of Polanen, Lord of De Lek and Lord of Breda.
He was a son of Philips III van Duivenvoorde en Elisabeth van Vianen.
Catharina van Van Brederode (died 1372)

Willem V van Horne 1297-1343  Gerard II, heer van Horne en Altena y Johanna van Leuven, vrouwe van Gaasbeek 

Simon I, Graf von Salm 1295-1346  Johann I von Salm, Graf von Obersalm y Jeanne de Joinville 

Mathilde von Saarbrücken 1313-67 Simon V von Saarbrücken, Graf von Saarbrücken y Marguerite de Vaud 

Jan I, heer van Valkenburg 1281-1356  Walram, heer van Valkenburg en MonschauPhilippa van Gelre 

Maria van Herpen 1251-311  Albert II van Kuyc 

Gerhard, count of Katzenelnbogen

Gerhard, Graf von Katzenelnbogen

Marguerite de la Mark 

Eberhard II, called "der Greiner" (the Jarrer) (after 1315 – 15 March 1392, Stuttgart), Count of Württemberg from 1344 until 1392.
Eberhard II was son of Count Ulrich III of Württemberg and Sofie of Pfirt.
Countess Elizabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen

Henry I of Montfaucon (before 1318–1367) became Count of Montbéliard and Lord of Montfaucon through his marriage to Agnes, the daughter of Reginald of Burgundy, Count of Montbéliard
Agnes, the daughter of Reginald of Burgundy,

John II, lord of Chalon-Arlay (1312 – 25 February 1362) was a member of the House of Chalon-Arlay. He succeeded his fatherHugh I lord of Arlay to this title, and was himself succeeded by his son, Hugh II lord of Arlay.

His mother Béatrice de La Tour-du-Pin (1275–1347) was the daughter of the comte Humbert I

 Marguerite of Mello (House of Mello, daughter of the lord of Château-Chinon and of Sainte-Hermine Dreux IV of Mello, and of Eleanor of Savoy, daughter of the Duke of Aosta and Count of Savoy Amadeus V)

Adolf (c. 1255 – 2 July 1298) was Count of Nassau from about 1276 and elected King of Germany (King of the Romans) from 1292 until his deposition by the prince-electors in 1298. He was never crowned by the Pope, which would have secured him the title ofHoly Roman Emperor. He was the first physically and mentally healthy ruler of the Holy Roman Empire ever to be deposed without a papal excommunication. Adolf died shortly afterwards in the Battle of Göllheim fighting against his successor Albert of Habsburg.
He was the second in the succession of so-called count-kings of several rivalling comital houses striving after the Roman-German royal dignity.
Adolf was the reigning count of a small German state. He was born about 1255 and was the son of Walram II, Count of Nassau and Adelheid of Katzenelnbogen
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Imagina of Isenburg-Limburg (ca. 1255 – 29 September 1313?) was the Queen consort of Adolf of NassauKing of Germany.
Imagina was born in about 1255 (probably in Limburg an der Lahn) to Gerlach I of Limburg and Imagina of Blieskastel. Her father, from theHouse of Limburg (a collateral line of the House of Isenburg) held power over Limburg an der Lahn. Her paternal grandparents were Henry I of Isenburg-Grenzau and his wife Irmingard of Büdingen, Countess of Cleberg

 Henry "the Younger" of Hesse (1265 - 23 August 1298[1]), a son of Landgrave Henry I of Hesse (1244–1308). 
Agnes of Bavaria (1276-1345) was a daughter of Duke Louis II of Upper Bavaria (1229–1294) and his third wife, Matilda of Habsburg (1253–1304).
 Simon of Saarbrücken-Commercy (d. 1325), son of John I (fr) (b. 1265 - 1341/42), Count of Saarbrücken
Marguerite of Savoy-Vaud (d. 1313),[1] a daughter of Louis I of Vaud

Peter of Bar (d.c. 1348), Lord of Pierrefort, son of Theobald II, Count of Bar.
 Jeanne of Vienne (d.b. 1326), daughter of Hugues of Vienne (d. 1307?), Sire of Longwy and Pagny[disambiguation needed] (or Philipp I, Count of Vianden?

Rudolph (1320 – 26 August 1346), called the Valiant (le Vaillant), was the Duke of Lorraine from 1329 to his death.[1] He was the son and successor of Frederick IV and Elisabeth, daughter of Albert I of Germany, a Habsburg,
 Mary (1323–1380), daughter of the aforementioned Guy and Margaret of Valois, the sister of King Philip.

Eberhard II, called "der Greiner" (the Jarrer) (after 1315 – 15 March 1392, Stuttgart), Count of Württemberg from 1344 until 1392.

Eberhard II was son of Count Ulrich III of Württemberg and Sofie of Pfirt
Countess Elizabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen

Anseau de Joinville (1265 - 1343) est le fils de Jean de Joinville, le chroniqueur de Saint Louis. Il devient sire de Joinville en1317 et maréchal de France en 1339.

Quatrième fils de Jean de Joinville, Anseau est seigneur de Rimaucourt, seigneur de Reynel à la mort de son frère Jean en1304, et enfin sire de Joinville à la mort tardive de son père en 1317

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 Marguerite de Vaudémont (1305 † 1333), fille d'Henri IIIcomte de Vaudémont, et d'Isabelle de Lorraine, 

Jean Ier de Luxembourg, né en 1313, mort en 1364, fut seigneur de Ligny, de Roussy et de Beauvoir de 1354 à 1364. Il était fils de Waléran II, seigneur de Ligny, et de Guyotte de Lille.
Alix de Dampierre-Flandre (1322 † 1346), dame de Richebourg, fille de Guy de Dampierre, seigneur de Richebourg et de Marie d'Enghien

Gerlach I of Nassau (between 1275 and 1283 – 7 January 1361), Count of Nassau in WiesbadenIdsteinWeilburg, and Weilnau.
Agnes, a daughter of Agnes of Bavaria, Margravine of Brandenburg-Stendal and her first husband Henry the Younger

Frederick IV of Nuremberg (1287–1332) from the House of Hohenzollern was Burgrave of Nuremberg from 1300 to 1332. He was the younger son of Burgrave Frederick III from his second marriage with the Ascanian princess Helene, daughter of Duke Albert I of Saxony.
 Margaret of Görz-Tyrol, a granddaughter of Duke Meinhard of Carinthia.

Frederick III of Baden (1327 – 2 September 1353) was Margrave of Baden from 1348 to 1353.
He was the elder son of Rudolf IV and Marie of Oettingen.

Johann III, Count of Sponheim-Starkenburg, the Older (b. ca. 1315 – d. 30 December 1398), reigned over the County of Sponheim for 67 years. He also received many epithets such as "the Noble" and, because of his declining vision, "the Blind".
Johann III of Sponheim was the first son of Count Heinrich II of Sponheim and Loretta of Salm
 Mechthild of the Palatinate (d. 1375). She was a daughter of the Count Palatine of the Rhine Rudolf I and Mechthild of Nassau

  • Deceased 1 March 1370 (Thursday)


Gräfin von Öttingen

  • Deceased 5 November 1377 (Wednesday)


  • Deceased in 1359


Ulrich II, Lord of Hanau (c. 1280/1288 – 23 September 1346[1]) was Lord of Hanau from 1305/1306 until his death.
He was the son of Ulrich I and his wife, Countess Elisabeth of Rieneck

  Agnes of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim (before 1295 – 29 November 1346[3]), a daughter of Kraft I of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim.

Henry, Count of Nassau (Dutch: Hendrik van Nassau-Siegen, German: Heinrich III. von Nassau) (before 1288 – July/August 1343)Count of Nassau-Siegen, of Grimborg, Heiger, Westerwald, later of Molsberg, and after his brother's death of Dillenburg. He was a son of Count Otto I of Nassau and Agnes of Leiningen.
 Adelheid of Heinsberg, daughter of Dirk of Heinsberg and Blankenberg and Johanna of Leuven.

  • Godfrey or Godefroid I of Vianden (nl) (1273-1307/1310), son of Philip I. He married Aleidis van Oudenaarde.

Eberhard II (c. 1255–1308) was a German nobleman. He was Count of the Mark from 1277 until his death. He was the son of Engelbert I, Count of the Mark en Cunigonde of Blieskastel.

Katharina von Jülich 1247-87 Wilhelm IV, count of Jülich y Richardis van Gelre 

Dietrich VII of Cleves was the son of Dietrich VI, Count of Cleves and his wife Aleidis von Heinsberg.
  • Margaret of Habsburg, daughter of Everhard I of Kiburg-Laufenburg.

Reginald I of Guelders (1255 – Monfort, October 9, 1326) was Count of Guelders from January 10, 1271 until his death. He was the son of Otto II, Count of Guelders and Philippe of Dammartin.
 Margaret of Flanders (1272–1331), daughter of Guy, Count of Flanders from his second marriage, with Isabelle of Luxembourg

Maria van der Lecke, Vrouwe

Philips III van Duivenvoorde, schatbewaarder (Treasurer) van het Graafschap Holland 1250-1309  Jan Philipsz van Wassenaer, Heer yGhijseken Uter Lyersdr. 

Dirk II "de Goede" van Brederode, 4e heer van Brederode (1252-1318) 1256-1318 Willem van Brederode, 3e heer van Brederode (1236-1285) y Hildegonde van Voorne 

Maria van der Lecke, Vrouwe 1272-1307  Hendrik II, heer van der Lecke y Jutta van Borselen 

Gerard II, heer van Horne en Altena 1265-1331  Willem II, heer van Horne en Altena y Margareta van Loon (de Looz) 

Johanna van Leuven 1270-1315  Hendrik van Leuven, heer van Gaasbeek y Isabella van Beveren 

Nicolaes III van Putten, heer van Putten en Strijen 1260-1311 Nicolaes II van Putten y Beatrix NN 

Aleidis van Putten (van Strijen), vrouwe van Strijen 1274-1316  Willem IV van Strijen, de jonge y Oda van Borssele 

Simon I, Graf von Salm 1295-1346  Johann I von Salm, Graf von Obersalm y Jeanne de Joinville 

Mathilde von Saarbrücken 1313-67 Simon V von Saarbrücken, Graf von Saarbrücken y Marguerite de Vaud 

Jan van Valkenburg 1281-1356  Walram, heer van Valkenburg en MonschauPhilippa van Gelre 

Maria van Herpen 1251-1311  Albert II van Kuyc 

Henry I of Hesse "the Child" (GermanHeinrich das Kind) (24 June 1244 – 21 December 1308) was the first Landgrave of Hesse. He was the son of Henry II, Duke of Brabant and Sophie of Thuringia.
Adelheid, daughter of Otto I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1244–1274)

Otto III of Ravensberg (c. 1246 – 5 March 1306) was Count of Ravensberg from 1249 until his death. from 1249 to 1306 Earl of.

Otto III was the son of Count Louis of Ravensberg and his wife Adelheid of Dassel. His younger brother Louis was bishop of Osnabrück.

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 Hedwig of Lippe (c. 1238 – 5 March 1315), the daughter of Bernard III of Lippe

John I Sponheim-Kreuznach  (c. 1245-1290), married to Adelheid of Leiningen. Simon Von Sponheim y Margarethe Von Sponheim  y  Emich IV, Graf Von Leiningen Landeck yElisabeth d`Aspremont 

Walram "de rossoge" van Valkenburg 1253-1303 Dirk II, heer van Valkenburg y Bertha van Limburg, vrouwe van Monschau 

Philippa van Gelre 1257-94  Otto II 'de Lamme' van Gelre y Philippa de Dammartin 

Frederick IV of Nuremberg (1287–1332) from the House of Hohenzollern was Burgrave of Nuremberg from 1300 to 1332. He was the younger son of Burgrave Frederick III from his second marriage with the Ascanian princess Helene, daughter of Duke Albert I of Saxony.
Margaret of Görz-Tyrol, a granddaughter of Duke Meinhard of Carinthia.

Berthold VII, Count of Henneberg-Schleusingen (nicknamed the Wise, born: 1272 in Schleusingen; died: 13 April 1340, Schleusingen) was Count of Henneberg- Schleusingen from 1284 to 1340. He was the son of Count Berthold V of Henneberg-Schleusingen (d. 1284) and his wife Sophie of Schwarzburg (d. 1279), the daughter of Count Günther VII of Schwarzburg
Adelheid (1268–1317), the daughter of Henry I of Hesse. 

Gerlach I of Nassau (between 1275 and 1283 – 7 January 1361), Count of Nassau in WiesbadenIdsteinWeilburg, and Weilnau.
 Agnes, a daughter of Agnes of Bavaria, Margravine of Brandenburg-Stendal and her first husband Henry the Younger, and hence a granddaughter of Landgrave Henry I "the Child" of Hesse 

Eberhard II, count of Württemberg 1315-92  Ulrich III, count of Württemberg y Sophie de Ferrette 

Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen 1319-84  Heinrich IV von Henneberg-Schleusingen yJutta von Brandenburg-Salzwedel 

Hugh III of Chalon, Count of Burgundy (1220–1266), also known as Hugues de Bourgogne, or Hugo of Salins was Count of Burgundy jure uxoris by his marriage to countess Adelaide I of Burgundy He was the son of John, Count of Chalon and his first wife, Mahaud (or Mahaut) of Burgundy.
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Adelaide (or AliceAlix — died 8 March 1279, Évian) was Countess of Burgundy from 1248 until her death. She was alsoCountess of Savoy and Bresse through her marriage in 1267 to Philip I, Count of Savoy.
Adelaide was the daughter of Otto I, Duke of Merania and Beatrice II, Countess of Burgundy

Amadeus, Count of Neufchâtel (died 1285) was a son of Count Rudolph IV and is wife, Sybille of Montbéliard. I
 Jordanna, the daughter of Count Ulrich of Arberg

Hugh I of Chalon-Arlay (1288–1322) was lord of Arlay and of Vitteaux, and belonged to the house of Chalon-Arlay. He was the son of lord John I of Chalon-Arlay and his first wife Marguerite of Burgundy (daughter of duke Hugh IV of Burgundy), and his grandfather John, Count of Chalon
 Béatrice de La Tour-du-Pin (1275–1347) (daughter of count Humbert I of Viennois)

Dreux IV de Mello, seigneur de Sainte-Hermine 1270-1323  Dreux de Mello, III y Eustachie de Lusignan 

Éléonore de Savoie 1280-1324  Amadeo V, conde de Saboya y Miribel "Sibylle" de Bauge-Bresse, Dame de Baugé, Comtesse de Bresse 

Magnus I (1304–1369), called the Pious (Latin Pius), was duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
Sophia of Brandenburg-Stendal (1300-1356) was a daughter of Margrave Henry I (1256–1318) and his wife Agnes of Bavaria(1276–1345).

Bernhard III, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg (died 20 August 1348) was a German prince of the House of Ascania and ruler of the principality of Anhalt-Bernburg.
He was the eldest son of Bernhard II, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg, by his wife Helene, daughter of Wizlaw II, Prince of Rügen.
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Agnes (ca. 1310 – 4 January 1338), daughter of Rudolph I, Elector of Saxony and Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg. Her paternal grandmother and namesake Agnes of Habsburg was a daughter of Rudolph I, King of the Romans. The spouses were third cousins: Agnes's great-grandfather Albert I, Duke of Saxony, was a brother of Henry I, Count of Anhalt, Bernhard's great-grandfather.

Barnim IV Dobry książę, książę 1317-65 Wartislaw IV Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast, Duke of Pomerania y Elizabeth of Silesia-Schweidnitz-Jauer

Sophia of Werle 1320-64 Johann II von Werle-Güstrow y Mechthild von Braunschweig-Grubenhagen 

Albert II of Gorizia (GermanAlbrecht II., Graf von Görz) was a son of Count Albert I of Gorizia and his wife, Euphemia of Silesia-Glogau. From 1323 to 1325, Albert was governor of Gorizia for his nephew John Henry IV of Gorizia.
Elisabeth, a daughter of Landgrave Henry I of Hesse and, secondly, Euphemia of Mätsch, daughter of bailiff Ulrich II.

Count Ulrich V of Pfannberg (1287 – 23 October 1354) was Count of Pfannberg. From 1322 to 1337, he was governor of Gornji Grad and from 1330 Marshal of the Duchy of Austria. From 1330 to 1335, he was also governor of Carinthia.
He was the son of Count Ulrich IV and Margaret of Heunburg.
Margaret, the daughter of Count Hugh II of Werdenberg and Euphemia of Ortenburg

Henry I (August 1267 – 7 September 1322), Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, called the Admirable (GermanHeinrich der WunderlicheLatinHenricus Mirabilis), a member of the House of Welf, was the first ruler of the Principality of Grubenhagen from 1291 until his death.
He was the eldest son of the Brunswick duke Albert the Tall and his second wife Adelaide, daughter of Margrave Boniface II of Montferrat
Agnes of Meissen (born before 1264 – died after September 1332) was a noblewoman, the daughter of Albert II, Margrave of Meissen and his wife Margaret of Sicily.

Hermann II Ottoson von Everstein-Polle, Graf von Everstein-Polle 1260-1350  Otto lll Hermannson von Everstein-Polle yLuitgard av Everstein 

Adelheid zur Lippe 1298-1324  Simon I, Edler Herr zur Lippe y Adelheid zur Lippe 

Albert (Latin Albertusc. 1268 – 22 September 1318), called the Fat (pinguis), was duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
Rixa of Werle (died 26 November 1317) was the only daughter of Lord Henry I of Werle and his wife Rikissa Birgersdotter. Rikissa was a daughter of Birger Magnusson of Bjälbo and his first wife Ingeborg.

Henry II of Hesse (German: Heinrich), (c. 1299 – 3 June 1376) called "the Iron" was Landgrave of Hesse from 1328 - 1376.
Henry was the son of Otto I, Landgrave of Hesse and Adelheid of Ravensburg
 Elisabeth of Thuringia, daughter ofFrederick I, Margrave of Meissen,

Gerhard VI of Jülich, Count of Berg and Ravensberg (c. 1325 – 18 May 1360) was the son of William V, Duke of Jülich andJoanna of Hainaut.[1]
Margaret of Ravensberg (c. 1320 – 13 February 1389) was the daughter and heiress of Otto IV, Count of Ravensberg and Margaret of Berg-Windeck.[1]

Rupert II, Count Palatine of the Rhine (GermanRuprecht II., der Harte (der Ernste)) (12 May 1325, Amberg – 6 January 1398, Amberg). He was the Elector Palatine of the Rhine from the house of Wittelsbach in 1390–1398.
He was the elder son of Adolf, Count Palatine of the Rhine and Countess Irmengard of Oettingen.
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Beatrice of Sicily (5 September 1326 – 12 October 1365) was a Sicilian princess, daughter of Peter II of Sicily and his wife Elisabeth of Carinthia. She was born into the House of Aragon.

Alfonso IV de Portugal, apodado el Bravo (Lisboa8 de febrero de 1291 - Lisboa28 de mayo de 1357), fue rey de Portugal desde 1325 hasta su muerte. Era el único hijo legítimo del rey Dionisio I de Portugal y de su esposa Isabel.1
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Beatriz de Castilla, (Toro12931 - Lisboa25 de octubre de 1359),2 3 Infanta de Castilla, hija de los reyes Sancho IV y de María de Molina, fue reina consorte de Portugal, entre 1325 y 1357, por su matrimonio con el rey Alfonso IV.
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Edward III (13 November 1312 – 21 June 1377) was King of England from 25 January 1327 until his death; he is noted for his military success and for restoring royal authority after the disastrous reign of his father,Edward II. Edward III transformed the Kingdom of England into one of the most formidable military powers in Europe. His long reign of fifty years was the second longest in medieval England and saw vital developments in legislation and government—in particular the evolution of the English parliament—as well as the ravages of the Black Death.
Edward was born at Windsor Castle on 13 November 1312, and was often referred to as Edward of Windsor in his early years.[4] The reign of his father, Edward II
Philippa of Hainault (24 June[1] 1314 – 15 August 1369) was Queen of England as the wife of King Edward III.[2] Edward, Duke of Guyenne, her future husband, promised in 1326 to marry her within the following two years.[3] She was married to Edward, first by proxy, when Edward dispatched the Bishop of Coventry "to marry her in his name" in Valenciennes (second city in importance of the county of Hainaut) in October 1327.[4] The marriage was celebrated formally in York Minster on 24 January 1328, some months after Edward's accession to the throne of England. In August 1328, he also fixed his wife's dower.[5
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Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster, 4th Earl of Leicester and LancasterKG[a] (c. 1310 – 23 March 1361), also Earl of Derby, was a member of the English nobility in the 14th century, and a prominent Englishdiplomatpolitician, and soldier. The son and heir of Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster, and Maud Chaworth
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Isabel de Beaumont, Duchess of Lancaster, of the House of Brienne (c. 1320 – 1361) was an English noblewoman, being the youngest daughter and child of Henry de Beaumont, Earl of Buchan and Alice Comyn.

Boček I of Poděbrady (also: Boček I of Kunštát and PoděbradyGermanBotschek I. of PodiebradCzechBoček I. z Kunštátu a Poděbrad; died: 1373) was founder of the Poděbrady line of the House of KunštátGerhard of Kunštát
 Elizabeth of Lichtenburg

Rudolf VI of Baden (died 21 March 1372) was Margrave of Baden-Baden and Count of Eberstein from 1353 to 1372.

He was the elder son of Frederick III and Margareta of Baden

Ludwig XII von Oettingen (Oettingen), Graf 1361-1441 Ludwig XI, Graf von Oettingen y Imagina [Anna] von Öttingen 

Beatrix von Helfenstein-Wiesensteig (Von Helfenstein) 1365-88  Ulrich VI (X), Graf von Helfenstein-Wiesensteig y Marija von Helfenstein 

Henry IV (II) the Faithful (c. 1292 – 22 January 1342) was a Duke of Żagań and parts of Greater Poland from 1309 until 1317 (with his brothers in all the lands except Głogów in different divisions among them), Duke of Głogów from 1318 until 1321 (with his brother as co-ruler) and sole ruler over Żagań from 1321 until his death.
He was the oldest son of Henry III (I), Duke of Głogów, by his wife Matilda, daughter of Albert I, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
 Matilda (b. ca. 1296 – d. ca. 31 March 1329), daughter of Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel

Wenceslaus (Wańko) of Płock (PolishWacław PłockiMasovian DialectWańko Puocky; 1293/97 – 23 May 1336), was a Polish prince member of the House of Piast, Duke of Płock since 1313 and vassal of Bohemia from 1329.
He was the third son of Bolesław II of Płock but the only born from his second marriage with Kunigunde, daughter of King Ottakar II of Bohemia.[1] He was probably named after his maternal uncle, King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia.
Dannila (baptized Elisabeth; ca. 1301/04 – 2 June 1364), a daughter of GediminasGrand Duke of Lithuania

Bolko II[1] of Opole (PolishBolesław II opolski; before 1300 – 21 June 1356), was a Duke of Opole from 1313 (with his brother as co-ruler until 1323).
He was the second son of Duke Bolko I of Opole by his wife Agnes, probably a daughter of Margrave Otto III of Brandenburg.
Elisabeth of Świdnica (ca. 1315 – 8/9 February 1348) was a member of the Piast dynasty in the Świdnica-Jawor branch and by marriage Duchess of Opole.
She was the third child but second daughter of Duke Bernard of Świdnica[1] by his wife Kunigunde, daughter of Władysław I the Elbow-high, later King of Poland.

Nikolaj Mihajlo Aleksandar Alexandru I, Voivode of Vlaški (Basarab), I 1303-64 Basarab I "the Great", Voivode of Wallachia y Ana 

Rudolf I, Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg (c. 1284 – 12 March 1356) was a member of the House of Ascania. He was DukePrince-Elector of Saxony and Arch-Reichsmarschall of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation from 1298 until his death.
As the eldest son, he succeeded his father, Albert II, as Duke of Saxe-Wittenberg after his father died on 25 August 1298. 
Agnes of Lindow-Ruppin in 1333 (18 December 1314 – 9 May 1343 in Wittenberg), the daughter of Count Ulrich of Lindow-Ruppin

Francesco I da Carrara (29 September 1325, Monza – 6 October 1393, Padua), called il Vecchio, was Lord of Padua from 1350 to 1388. The son of the assassinated Giacomo II da Carrara

Wenceslaus I, Duke of Legnica (PolishWacław I legnicki) (ca. 1318 – 2 June 1364) was a Duke of Namysłów from 1338 and of Legnica-Brieg from 1342 until his death, but with further divisions with his brother Louis I. He was the eldest son of Bolesław III the Generous, Duke of Legnica-Brieg by his first wife, Margaret of Bohemia. He was named after his maternal grandfather, King Wenceslaus II of Bohemia.
 Anna (b. ca. 1325 – d. 1367), daughter of Duke Casimir I of Cieszyn.

Henry V (III) of Iron (PolishHenryk V Żelaznyc. 1319 – after 8 April 1369), was a Duke of Żagań since 1342, from 1349 Duke of half-Głogów, and from 1363 Duke of half-Ścinawa.
He was the only son of Henry IV (II) the Faithful, Duke of Żagań, by his wife Matilda, daughter of Herman, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel.
Anna (b. 1324 – d. 16 February 1363), daughter of Duke Wenceslaus of Płock

Nicholas I (CzechMikuláš I. Opavský) (c. 1255 – 25 July 1318) was the natural son of Bohemian king Ottokar II Přemysl and his mistress Agnes of Kuenring
Adelaide of Habsburg (Justina) (died 1313) was niece of emperor Rudolph I of Germany

Bolesław the Elder (PolishBolesław Pierworodnyc. 1293 – c. 21 March 1365), was a Silesian Duke. He was the ruling Duke of Wieluń during 1313–1326, Duke of Niemodlin from 1313 and ruler over Prudnik from 1336 until his death.
He was the eldest son of Duke Bolko I of Opole by his wife Agnes, probably a daughter of Margrave Otto III of Brandenburg. Bolesław was nicknamed "the Elder" or "First-born" (Pierworodny) in order to distinguish him from his younger brother, who, for unknown reasons, was also named Bolesław (Bolko).
Euphemia (b. ca. 1312 – d. 21 March aft. 1384), daughter of Henry VI the Good, Duke of Wrocław

Bolko III of Münsterberg (c. 1348 – 13 June 1410) was a Duke of Münsterberg (Ziębice) from 1358 until his death, and ruler over Gleiwitz (Gliwice) during 1369–1373.
He was the eldest son of Nicholas the Small, Duke of Münsterberg, by his wife Agnes, daughter of Herman Krušina of Lichtenberg.
Euphemia (b. ca. 1350/52 – d. 26 August 1411), daughter of Duke Bolesław of Bytom and widow of Duke Wenceslaus of Falkenberg

Emeric I (Croatian: Mirko, Hungarian: Imre) Lacković, Voivode of Transylvania (1369–1372), Ban of Bulgaria (1365–1366), Ban of Croatia, Slavonia, and Dalmatia (1368), Prince of Zadar (1368–69)

Jan II of Oświęcim (PolishJan II oświęcimski) (c. 1344/51 – 19 February 1376) was a Duke of Oświęcim since 1372 until his death.

He was the only son of Jan I the Scholastic, Duke of Oświęcim, by his unknown first wife.
Hedwig (b. ca. 1351 – d. by 30 January 1385), daughter of Ludwik I the Fair, Duke of Brzeg.

Thimo VII von Colditz 1325-83  Thimo von Colditz, V y Margareta von Schiltberg 

Anna von Kittlitz 1355-1412  Heinrich von Kittlitz, Herr zu Baruth 

Thomas von Rieneck, Graf von Rieneck 1365-1431  Ludwig VI, Graf von Rieneck y Kunigunde Sponheim-Bolanden 

Katharina von Hanau (Hanau), Gräfin zu Henneberg-Schlausingen 1408-1460  Reinhard II, Graf von Hanau-Munzenberg yKatharine von Hanau-Beilstein 

Otto I von der Pfalz-Mosbach (Wittelsbach), Pfalzgraf 1387-1461  Ruprecht, King of Germany y Burggravine Elisabeth von Nürnberg 

Johanne von Bayern-Landshut (Wittelsbach), Pfalzgräfin von der Pfalz-Mosbach 1413-1444 Heinrich IV "the Rich", Herzog von Bayern-Landshut y Margareta von Österreich, Herzogin zu Bayern-Landshut 

Count Henry VI of Waldeck, nicknamed of Iron, (c. 1340 – 16 February 1397 at Waldeck Castle) was Count of Waldeck from 1369 to 1397. The nickname of Iron refers to the fact that, due to his involvement in numerous wars and feud, he was often wearing armour. Although he was only the third reigning Count named Henry, he is generally known as Henry VI, because there had earlier been non-ruling counts named Henry IIHenry III and Henry V.
His father was Count Otto II; his mother was Matilda of Brunswick-Lüneburg
 Elizabeth of Berg (c. 1340 - 4 October 1388).

Johann I von Wertheim, Graf 1334-1407  Eberhard Graf von Wertheim y Katharina von Nürnberg, Gräfin von Wertheim 

Guta von Teck 1364-1419  Friedrich III. von Teck y Anna von Helfenstein-Blaubeuren 

Friedrich von Henneberg-Römhild 1367-1422  Hermann lV (lll) von Henneberg-Aschach, Graf y Agnes von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg

Elisabeth von Henneberg-Schleusingen 1376-1444  Heinrich V, Graf von Henneberg-Schleusingen y Mathilde von Baden 

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