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Biography

Anna von Österreich was born 12 April 1432 in Vienna, Austria to Albrecht II von Habsburg (1397-1439) and Elisabeth von Luxemburg (1409-1442) and died 13 November 1462 in Eckartsberga, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany of unspecified causes. She married Wilhelm III. von Sachsen (1425-1482) 20 June 1446 JL in Jena. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Henry II of England (1133-1189), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Austria, France, Bohemia, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Byzantium, Belarus, Poland, Italy, Hungary, the Netherlands, Spain, the Byzantine Empire, Lithuania.
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Children


Offspring of Wilhelm III. von Sachsen and Anna von Österreich (1432-1462)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margarete von Sachsen (1449-1501) <year not a number> Weimar, Germany <year not a number> Spandau, Germany Johann Cicero von Brandenburg (1455-1499)

Katharine von Sachsen (1453-1534)


Common ancestors of Anna von Österreich (1432-1462) and Wilhelm III. von Sachsen (1425-1482)

  1. Albrecht I von Habsburg (1255-1308)
  2. Elisabeth von Kärnten (1262-1313)
  3. Friedrich II von Meißen (1310-1349)
  4. Ludwig II von Wittelsbach (1229-1294)
  5. Ludwig II. von Bayern (1229-1294)
  6. Ludwig IV. von Wittelsbach (1282-1347)
  7. Mathilde von Habsburg (c1252-1304)
  8. Mechtild von Bayern (aft1313-1346)
  9. Wartislaw IV. von Pommern (c1290-1326)



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