Duchess JUTTA OF HOYA (+1415), consort of Duke John IV.The tomb has not been preserved.02. The Jewish cemetery was set afire and destroyed in 1938. Duke MAGNUS II (+1503).The tomb has not been preserved.08. Grand Ducal standard of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, c. 1815-1900.05. Posts about Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg written by liamfoley63. LPs im Osten Deutschlands - Bitte mithelfen und updaten. SCHWERIN (GERMANY)BURIED IN THE CHURCH OF ST NICHOLAS (Schwerin, Nikolaikirche/Schelfkirche, Puschkinstr. Duchess ELIZABETH OF HESSE-KASSEL (+1625), consort of Duke John Albert II08. The tomb of Duchess DOROTHEA OF BRANDENBURG, consort of Duke Henry IV the Fat, in the Town Church in Gadebusch (Germany), The tomb of Duchess URSULA OF BRANDENBURG, consort of Duke Henry V, in Doberan Minster (Germany). Bekker was a sceptic, but Mather reproduced the Mora pamphlet in his book about the Salem witch-trials to prove that places beyond New England had also been attacked by the devil, see Cotton Mather, The Wonders of the Invisible World (Boston, 1693), (Dorset Press facsimile edn; New York, 1991), pp. Duke JOHN ALBERT I (+1576)06. Duke MAGNUS I (+1385).The tomb has not been preserved.03. )Born in 1882 in Palermo.Father: Grand Duke Frederick Francis III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Therefore, despite being true castles, nowadays they are referred to as “ Schlösser ” rather than “ Burgen ”. Mother: Duchess Catherine of Saxe-Lauenburg.Married in 1432 DOROTHEA of Brandenburg (*1420 Cadolzburg,+1491 Rehna).His issue who reigned: MAGNUS II (*1441,+1503).Died in 1477.Buried in Doberan Minster (no tomb).His consort Duchess Dorothea was buried in the Town Church at Gadebusch.1477-1503: MAGNUS IIBorn in 1441.Father: Duke Henry IV of Mecklenburg. Duke JOHN ALBERT II OF GÜSTROW (+1636)06. I: Europe and Latin America, London 1977Borchardt E. J.: Mecklenburgs Herzöge, Schwerin 1991Borhert J.: Mecklenburgs Grossherzöge 1815-1918, Schwerin 1992Die Wappen und Flaggen der Herrscher und Staten der Welt, Nürnberg 1878Flaggenbuch, Berlin 1905, FOREIGN ROYAL BURIALS IN MECKLENBURG(except burials of rulers from other German states and Mecklenburg rulers who reigned abroad): BAD DOBERANMargaret Sambiria of Pomerania, Queen of Denmark, consort of King Christopher I. Tombs in Schwerin Cathedral (Germany):01. Duchess MARIE CATHERINE OF BRUNSWICK-DANNENBERG (+1665), consort of Duke Adolphus Frederick I02. Duke FREDERICK THE PIOUS.02. Duchess ANNE OF BRANDENBURG (+1567), consort of Duke Albert VII of Güstrow05. The grave in the New Cemetery in Glücksburg (Germany) of Grand Duke FREDERICK FRANCIS IV (right) and his consort Grand Duchess ALEXANDRA OF HANOVER. The council struggled even to locate his grave when, in 2005, a party from the John Brinckman Gymnasium in the no-longer East German town of Güstrow in Mecklenburg announced their intention of turning up to look for traces of their school’s illustrious former student. Duke CHRISTIAN LOUIS I (+1692).The tomb has not been preserved.13. The tomb of Duchess ELIZABETH OF DENMARK, consort of Duke Ulric III. The tomb of Duchess MAGDALEN SYBILLA (the coffin on the right), consort of Duke Gustavus Adolphus. 1708-1752: ADOLPHUS FREDERICK III (Adolf Friedrich III.) Architecture, Kristin, Castle, Travel ... mecklenburg western pomerania, places of interest, germany, tourism, historically, garden, building, tower, castle park, Free … In order to do justice to this noble claim, models such as the Gadebusch, Schwerin, Güstrow, Freyenstein or Fürstenhof Wismar were used. Elderly Jewish women were deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp were they died. Grand Duchess ALEXANDRA OF HANOVER (+1963), consort of Grand Duke Frederick Francis IV, GÜSTROW (GERMANY)BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL (Güstrow, Dom St. Martin, Domplatz): 01. )Born in 1540 in Neustadt.Father: Duke Albert VII of Mecklenburg. The tomb of Duchess SOPHIA OF GOTTORP, consort of Duke John VII, in the Town Church in Lübz (Germany), The tomb of Duke ALBERT VII in Doberan Minster (Germany). Duchess AGNES OF BRUNSWICK-LÜNEBURG (+1434), consort of Duke Albert III02. Only a few Jews from Güstrow managed to emigrate to Shanghai, Australia, the USA, Chile and British Palestine. Mother: Duchess Maria of Mecklenburg-Güstrow. Vergessenes Rostock. Groundspeak, Inc. Mother: Duchess Christina Wilhelmina of Hesse-Homburg.Married in 1714 at Güstrow Duchess GUSTAVE CAROLINE of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (*1694 Neustrelitz,+1748 Schwerin).His issue who reigned: FREDERICK THE PIOUS (*1717,+1785);.Died in 1756 at Schwerin.Buried with his consort Duchess Gustave Caroline in the Church of St Nicholas at Schwerin.1756-1785: FREDERICK THE PIOUS (Friedrich der Fromme)Born in 1717 at Schwerin.Father: Duke Christian Louis II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Posthumous cast from the Barlach estate on the basis of the plaster model (Laur 327, Ernst Barlach Stiftung Güstrow) from the early 1990s. Lisa Marie Bülow er på Facebook. Mother: Duchess Sophia of Pomerania.Married firstly in 1507 URSULA of Brandenburg (*1488 Berlin,+1510 Güstrow).Married secondly in 1513 at Wismar HELEN of the Rhine (*1493 Heidelberg,+1524 Schwerin).Married thirdly in 1551 at Schwerin URSULA of Saxe-Lauenburg (+1578 Minden).Died in 1552 at Schwerin.Buried with his second consort Duchess Helen of the Rhine in the Cathedral of Schwerin.His first consort Duchess Ursula of Brandenburg was buried in the Bad Doberan Minster.His third consort Duchess Ursula of Saxe-Lauenburg was buried in the Cathedral of Minden (no tomb).1552-1576: JOHN ALBERT I (Johann Albrecht I.; ruled in Mecklenburg-Güstrow 1547-1555)Born in 1525 at Güstrow.Father: Duke Albert VII of Mecklenburg. Tombs in Schwerin Cathedral (Germany):01. WISMAR (GERMANY)BURIED IN ST MARY’S CHURCH (Wismar, Marienkirche, Kirchhof): Duchess SOPHIA OF POMERANIA (+1504), consort of Duke Magnus II.