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Margaret II of Hainaut (1311-1356)

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Margaret II d'Avesnes, Countess Regnant of Hainaut, Countess Regnant of Holland, Countess Regnant of Zeeland, was born 1311 to William I of Hainaut (c1286-1337) and Jeanne de Valois (c1294-1342) and died 23 June 1356 of unspecified causes. She married Ludwig IV. von Wittelsbach (1282-1347) 1324 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), William I of England (1027-1087), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), Henry II of England (1133-1189). Ancestors are from the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Spain, Hungary, Belarus, the Byzantine Empire, Italy.




Offspring of Ludwig IV. von Wittelsbach and Margaret II of Hainaut (1311-1356)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margarete von Wittelsbach (1325-1374)
Anna von Wittelsbach (c1326-1361)
Ludwig VI. von Bayern (1328-1365) <year not a number> Rome, Italy <year not a number> Berlin, Germany Cunigunde of Poland (1334-1357)
Ingeborg of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1343-1395)

Elisabeth von Wittelsbach (1329-1402) <year not a number> <year not a number> Stuttgart, Germany Ulrich von Württemberg (1342-1388)

William von Wittelsbach (1330-1389) <year not a number> Frankfurt am Main <year not a number> Le Quesnoy Maud of Lancaster (1339-1362)

Agnes von Wittelsbach (1335-1352)
Albrecht von Wittelsbach (1336-1404) <year not a number> Munich, Germany <year not a number> The Hague, Netherlands Malgorzata von Brieg (c1342-1386)
Margarte von der Mark (c1375-1412)

Otto V the Bavarian (1340-1379)
Beatrix von Wittelsbach (1344-1359) <year not a number> <year not a number> Eric XII of Sweden (1339-1359)

Ludwig von Wittelsbach (1347-1348)






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