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Gustav IV Adolf Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf of Sweden, King of Sweden, was born 1 February 1778 in Stockholm to Gustav III of Sweden (1746-1792) and Sophia Magdalena of Denmark (1746-1813) and died 7 February 1837 in St Gallen of stroke. He married Friederike D.W. von Baden (1781-1826) 1797 in Copenhagen. 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), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), Gustav I of Sweden (1496-1560), Willem van Oranje (1533-1584), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Prussia, Russia, Scotland, England, Belgium, Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland, Austria, Lithuania, Belarus, Bohemia, Switzerland, Italy, Ukraine, Byzantium, Slovakia, Slovenia, Portugal, the Byzantine Empire, Israel, Ireland.




Children


Offspring of Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Friederike D.W. von Baden (1781-1826)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Gustav of Vasa (1799-1877)
Sofia Wilhelmine of Sweden (1801-1865) 21 May 1801 Stockholm, Sweden 6 July 1865 Karlsruhe, Germany Leopold von Baden (1790-1852)

Carl Gustaf of Sweden (1802-1805)
Amelia M.C. of Sweden (1805-1853)
Cecilia of Sweden (1807-1844)

Offspring of Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Maria Schlegel (?-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Adolf Gustafsson (?-?)


Common ancestors of Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden (1778-1837) and Friederike D.W. von Baden (1781-1826)

  1. Albrecht II. von Brandenburg-Ansbach (1620-1667)
  2. Auguste Marie von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (1649-1728)
  3. Friedrich VII. Magnus von Baden-Durlach (1647-1709)
  4. Johann Friedrich von Brandenburg-Ansbach (1654-1686)
  5. Sophie Margarete zu Oettingen-Oettingen (1634-1664)





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