Frederick III of Sicily (1272-1337)

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Frederick III Aragón of Sicily, King of Sicily, was born 13 December 1272 in Barcelona to Pedro III de Aragón (1240-1285) and Constance of Sicily (1249-1302) and died 25 June 1337 in Paternò of unspecified causes. He married Eleanor of Anjou (1289-1341) 17 May 1303 . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), William I of England (1027-1087). Ancestors are from Hungary, France, the United Kingdom, Belarus, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, the Byzantine Empire, Italy.


Offspring of Frederick III of Sicily and Eleanor of Anjou (1289-1341)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Constance of Sicily (1304-aft1343) 1304 1343 Henri de Lusignan (1271-1324)
Leo IV of Armenia (1309-1341)
Jean de Lusignan (c1329-1375)

Peter II of Sicily (1305-1342) July 1305 15 August 1342 Calascibetta Elisabeth von Kärnten (1298-aft1347)

Manfred of Sicily (1306-1317)
Roger of Sicily (c1308-c1309)
Elisabeth of Sicily (1310-1349) 1310 21 March 1349 Landshut, Bavaria, Germany Stephan II. von Bayern (1319-1375)

William of Sicily (1312-1338)
John of Sicily (1317-1348)
Catherine of Sicily (1320-1342)
Margaret of Sicily (1331-1360)

Offspring of Frederick III of Sicily and Sibilla Sormella
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alfonso Frederick of Sicily (1294-1334)
Roland of Sicily (1296-1361)
Isabella di Sicilia (1297-1341)
Sancho of Sicily (1300-1334)
Eleanor of Sicily (1298-?)

Common ancestors of Frederick III of Sicily (1272-1337) and Eleanor of Anjou (1289-1341)

  1. Agnes of Antioch (1154-c1184)
  2. Alfonso II of Aragon (1157-1196)
  3. Andrew II of Hungary (c1177-1235)
  4. Baudouin V de Hainaut (1150-1195)
  5. Béatrice de Vienne (1160-1230)
  6. Béla III of Hungary (1148-1196)
  7. Guillaume I de Genève (1132-1195)
  8. Humbert III de Savoie (1136-1188)
  9. Margaret I of Flanders (c1143-1194)
  10. Marguerite de Genève (c1180-c1255)
  11. Sancha of Castile (1155-1208)
  12. Thomas I de Savoie (1178-1233)

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