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Jørgen of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland, Earl of Kendal, was born 21 April 1658 in Copenhagen, Denmark to Frederik III of Denmark (1609-1670) and Sophie Amalie von Braunschweig-Calenberg (1628-1685) and died 8 November 1708 in Kensington, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Anne of Great Britain (1665-1714) 28 July 1683 in London, England, United Kingdom. Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Denmark, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, Austria, Lithuania, Belarus, Bohemia, Belgium, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Spain, Hungary, the Netherlands, Portugal, England, Turkey, the Byzantine Empire.




Children


Offspring of Anne Stuart and George of Denmark (1658-1708)
Name Birth Death Joined with
(stillborn daughter) (1684-1684)
Mary (1685-1687)
Anne Sophia (1686-1687)
(stillborn) (1687-1687)
(stillborn son) (1687-1687)
(stillborn child) (1688-1688)
William, Duke of Gloucester (1689-1700)
Mary (1690-1690)
George (1692-1692)
(stillborn daughter) (1693-1693)
(stillborn Child) (1694-1694)
(stillborn daughter) (1696-1696)
(stillborn child) (1696-1696)
(stillborn daughter) (1697-1697)


Common ancestors of George of Denmark (1658-1708) and Anne of Great Britain (1665-1714)

  1. Christian III of Denmark (1503-1559)
  2. Dorothea von Sachsen-Lauenburg (1511-1571)
  3. Elizabeth of Denmark (1524-1586)
  4. Frederik II of Denmark (1534-1588)
  5. Sophie von Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1557-1631)
  6. Ulrich III. von Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1528-1603)



Footnotes (including sources)

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