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Margaret of Baden

Margaret of Baden

Margrave of Baden, Elector of Brandenburg through marriage
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Intro Margrave of Baden, Elector of Brandenburg through marriage
Gender female
Death 24 October 1456 (Ansbach)
Mother: Catherine of LorraineMargravine of Baden-Baden
Father: JacobMargrave of Baden-Baden
Siblings: John II of BadenBernard IIMargrave of Baden-BadenGeorge of BadenCharles IMargrave of Baden-Baden
Spouse: Albrecht III AchillesElector of Brandenburg
Children: John CiceroElector of BrandenburgUrsula of BrandenburgDuchess of Münsterberg-OelsElisabeth of BrandenburgDuchess of WürttembergMargaret of Brandenburg
The details

Margaret of Baden (1431 – 24 October 1457) was a Margravine of Baden by birth and by marriage Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach and Brandenburg-Kulmbach. She was the daughter of Jacob, Margrave of Baden-Baden, and his wife Catherine of Lorraine.
In 1446, Margaret married Albert of Brandenburg, the future Albert III Achilles, Elector of Brandenburg, in Heilsbronn. Margaret died before he succeeded to the Electorate of Brandenburg, thus never served as Electress. Their marriage produced three sons and three daughters:
Ursula (1450–1508)
married in 1467 Duke Henry I of Münsterberg-Oels (1448-1498)
Elisabeth (1451–1524)
married in 1467 Duke Eberhard II of Württemberg (1447-1504)
Margaret (1453–1509), abbess of the Poor Clares convent at Hof from 1476
John Cicero (1455–1499), Elector of Brandenburg
Margaret died in Ansbach in 1457 shortly after her husband acquired the Margraviate of Brandenburg-Kulmbach.

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