John Christian

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John Christian Joseph, Count Palatine Of Sulzbach - Marriage
... John Christian Joseph married Marie Anne de la Tour (24 October 1708 – 28 July 1728), daughter of Francois Egon de la Tour, Prince of Auvergne, and had the following children Charles Theodore (11 ...
John Christian, Count Palatine Of Sulzbach - Ancestry
... Ancestors of John Christian, Count Palatine of Sulzbach 16 ... Christian Augustus, Count Palatine of Sulzbach 18 ... John Adolf, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp 9 ...
John Christian Of Brieg - Life - Thirty Years' War
... between the Bohemians and the Habsburgs, John Christian stood on the Bohemian side ... With the insistence of John George of Brandenburg, Duke of Krnov, his brother George Rudolf and his cousins, the Dukes of Oleśnica, Henry Wenceslaus and Karl Frederick of Poděbrady (later ... John Christian was a strong supporter of the new King ...
John Christian (Deemster)
... "John Christian" redirects here ... For other uses, see John Christian (disambiguation) ... John Christian JP (12 July 1776 – 27 February 1852) was a First Deemster of the Isle of Man ...
John Christian Of Brieg - Marriages and Issue
... In Berlin on 12 December 1610 John Christian married firstly with Dorothea Sybille (b ... Brzeg, 19 March 1625), daughter of John George, Elector of Brandenburg by his third wife, Elisabeth of Anhalt, full-sister of John Christian's mother Anna Maria in ... As a dowry, John Christian received 30,000 talers ...

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