Rulers and relations for certain Polish and Pomeranian rulers



In Medieval and Renaissance times several duchies and counties were created in the areas of Poland and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern of today. The rulers treated here are divided into the following parts:

The Polish rulers
PI-01    .. 21 : Piast Dynasty of Great Poland from 960 to 1333;
PII-22   .. 34 : Piast Dynasty for Little Poland from 1138 to 1333;
PIII-35  .. 42 : Piast Dynasty for Kujavia from 1138 to 1333;
PIV-43  .. 70 : Piast Dynasty for Mazovia from 1138 to 1526;
PV-71    .. 83 : Piast Dynasty for Silecia from 1138 to 1290;
PVI-84 .. 106 : Piast Dynasty Kings of Jagiellon from 1320 to 1813;

The Pomeranian rulers

Dukes of Pomerania and the different combinations of Pomerania and other territories are as near as possible (in the most logical way I could decide on) listed chronologically and have numbers prefixed PO-.




PI-01 .. 21 : Piast Dynasty of Great Poland from 0960 to 1333;

Abbreviations used:
b = brother of, d = daughter of, m = married to (year), s = son of, gs = grandson of,
ggs = great grandson; † = died; ‡ = buried.

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
PI-01 922 960-992 or
964-993
Mieszko I = Miecislaw I = Miesko den Blinde;
Son of Count Ziemomysl of Poland, ruling from 922 to 962;
* 922; † 25/05 992; Mieszko was baptized in 966; Mieszko's sister Adelheid was m Duke Geiza of Hungary;
Count of Poland from 962;

Unknown woman; m(1)

child :
1.   a son; * - † after 973;

Dobrava; * 938 c.; m(2) 965; † 977; d Bohemian Duke Boleslav I;
children :
2.   Gunhild = Gunild = Swietoslawa = Sygrida = Sigrid; * 970 c.; † 1014 c.
   m(1) 980 or 990 Erik VIII Segersall / Seiersæl; † 995;
   m(2) 998 King Svend Tveskæg of Denmark; † 1014;
3.   Boleslav; (PI-02);
4.   Wladiwoj; † 1003; Regent in Bohemia from 1002;

Oda; m(3) 980; † 1023; d Count Dietrich of Haldensleben and Margrave of Nordmark and Meissen;
children :
5.   Mieszko = Miezyslaw; * after 979; † 1032 c.
6.   Swietopolk = Sventopolk; * after 980; † 992 c.
7.   Boleslaw;
The halfbrother Boleslaw exiled all three brothers and their mother Oda;
PI-02 967 992-1025 Boleslav I the Brave = Boleslaw I Chrobry = Boleslaw I den Mægtige;
s(PI01); * 967; † 17/06 1025;
Duke, Count or Prince of Poland from 992 to 1024;
Duke of Bohemia from 1002/1003 to 1003/1004 as Boleslaw IV;
King from 19/04 1024; Poland's first King;
Paid tribute to the German Emperor and was his vassal;

Hemmedis; m(1) 984; divorced 986; d of Margrave Rikdag of Meissen
children :
1.   Daughter; * 984 c.;
2.   Son; * 986 c.;

Judith; m(2) 985; divorced 987; d Duke Geiza I of Hungary;
child :
3.   Bezprim; (PI-04);

Emnilde = Emminild Dodrimir; m(3); † 1017; d Chief Dobromir;
children :
4.   Mieszko; (PI-03); † 1034;
5.   Daughter; * 988;
6.   Regelinda = Regelyn; * 989; † 21/03 1014 or 1015;
   m 1003 Margrave Hermann of Meissen; † 1038;
7.   Otto; * 1000; † 1033 murdered;
     Otto is in [9951] mentioned as synonym for Bezprim and claimant to the throne, deposed 1025 but took 1030 Poland as fief of the Greman Emperor;
8.   Daughter;
     m 1013 c. Svyatopolk of Kiev; (K07);

Oda; m(4) 03/02 1018; cast off 1018 c. † 1025; d Duke Echard I of Thuringia;
child :
8.   Matylda = Matilda; * 1017 c.; † 1035 or later;
   m 18/05 1035 Duke Otto of Schweinfurt, Duke of Swabia; † 28/09 1057;

Predslawa; m(5); d Grand Prince Vladimir I of Kiev;

The marriage of Thyra (-02-5), d King Harald Blåtand of Denmark, to Boleslav = the Wenden Prince Vortigern, stated in a source from 1848: Carl G. Krüger - Genealogiske Tabeller is unconfirmed and very unlikely.
PI-03 990 1025-1031
and
1032-1034
Mieszko II Lambert;
s(PI-02); * 990; † 10/05 1034 murdered;
Prince of Poland, first period from 1025;
Prince of Poland, second period from 1032

Richenza of Lorraine; * 1000 c.; m 1013 c.; † 21/03 1063; d Margrave Ezo of Pfalz am Rhein;
children :
1.   Kazimir I (PI-05); * 1016; † 19/03 1058;
2.   Ryksa = Richsa; * 1015; † 1052;
   m 1039 c. King Bela I of Hungary (060); * 1016; † 1063;
3.   Gertruda; * 1025; † 04/01 1108;
   m 1043 c. Great Prince Izyaslav of Kiev (K-09); * 1024; † 1078;
PI-04 987 1031-1032 Bezprim (= Otto);
s(PI-02); * 987; † 1032;
Prince of Poland from 1031;
Otto is in [9951] mentioned as synonym for Bezprim and claimant to the throne, deposed 1025 but took 1030 Poland as fief of the Greman Emperor;
PI-05 1016 1034-1058 Kazimir I Karol = Casimir I;
s(PI-03); * 25/07 1016; † 19/03 or 28/11 1058;
Count of Poland from 1039;
King of Poland from 1034 or 1041;
Duke of Schlesia from 1052;

Maria Dobroniewna; * after 1012; m 1038 or 1042; † 1087; d Vladimir I of Kiev;
children :
1.   Boleslav II (PI-07); * 1042;
2.   Vladislav I Herman (PI-08); * 1043;
3.   Mieszko; * 1045; † 1065;
4.   Otto; † 1048;
5.   Swietoslawa = Swatislawa; * 1048 c.; † 01/09 1126;
   m 1062 c. King Vratislav II of Bohemia; † 1092;
PI-06 - 1037-1047 Maslav = Mazovia;
Dubious origin of registration;
PI-07 1042 1058-1079 Boleslav II SMialy;
s(PI-05); * 1042; † 22/03 1081;
Count or Prince of Poland from 1058 to 1076;
King of Poland from 1076;
Exiled 11/04 1079 to Hungary; Excommunicated by Gregorius VII;

Wyczeslawa; m before 1069; d Russian Prince;
child :
1.   Mieczcyslav; † in his youth 1089;
PI-08 1043 1079-1102 Vladislav I Herman;
s(PI-05); * 1043; † 04/06 1102;
Count or Prince of Poland from 1079;

Judith of Bohemia; * 1056; m(1) 1089 c.; † 25/12 1086; d Vratislav II;
child :
1.   Boleslav III (PI-10); * 20/08 1085;

Jutta of Germany = Sophia Judith; * 1047; m(2) 1089 c.; † 1100; d Emperor Henry III;
Her m(2). She was a widow after King Salomon of Hungary;
children :
2.   Daughter; * 1088 c.; † 1112 c.;
   m 1108 c. Great Prince Yaroslav I of Vladimir; † 1123;
3.   Agnes; * 1090; † 1127; Abbess of Gandersheim and Quedlinburg;
4.   Adelajda; * 1090 c.; † 26/03 1127;
   m 1118 c. Count Dietrich III of Vohburg and Margrave of Nordmark; † 1146;

Illegitimate :
5.   Zbigniev (PI-09);
PI-09 1070 1097-1107 Zbigniev;
s(PI-08) illegitimate; * 1070 c.; † 1112 c.; blinded 1111 c., murdered 1112;
Rebelled 1095 against father; imprisoned 1096;
Count of Masovia from 1097;
King of Poland from 1097;
Exiled 1107;
PI-10 1085 1102-1138
or
1107-1138
Boleslaw III Krzywousty = Boleslaw Wrymouth = Boleslaw III Schiefmund = Boleslav den Skævmundede;
s(PI-08); * 20/08 1085; † 28/10 1138;
Count or King of Poland first period from 1102 or 1107 to 1111;
King of Poland second period from 1111 to 1138;
Duke of Pomerania from 1122 to 1138;

Zbyslawa of Kiev = Sbyslawa; m(1) 1103; † 1109 or 1112;
d Grandduke Sviatopolk II of Kiev (K013);
children :
  1.   Wladyslaw II (PII-22); * 1105; † 30/05 1159;
  2.   Daughter; * 1111 c.;
   m 1124 Prince Vsevolod of Murom;
  3.   Son; * 1108; † after 1109;

Adelheid; m(2) 1115; † 1144; d Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV;
children :
  4.   Leszek; * 1116; † 1138 c.
  5.   Kasimierz; * 16/08 1122; † 19/10 1131;
  6.   Boleslaw IV (PII-23); * 1122 c.; † 03/04 1173;
  7.   Mieszko III Stary (PII-24); * 1127; † 13/03 1202;
  8.   Heinrich = Henryk Prince of Sandomir; * 1127 c.; † 1161 or 18/10 1166;
  9.   Kasimir II Sprawiedliwy (PII-25); * 1138; † 05/05 1194;
10.   Ryksa = Richiza Swentoslawa = Richizza; * 1106; † after 25/12 1136;
   m(1) 1129 c. Magnus Nielsen of Västergötland; * 1106; † 1134;
   m(2) 1136 c. Prince Vladimir of Novgorod; † after 1167;
   m(3) King Sverker of Sweden; † 1156;
11.   Daughter; * 1119 c.; † ?
   m 1132 c. Count Konrad of Plötzkau and Margrave of Nordmark; † 1133;
12.   Zofia; † 10/10 1136;
13.   Gertruda; * 1123; † 07/05 1160; a nun at Zwiefelten Germany;
14.   Dobronega = Ludgarde; * 1129 c.; † 26/10 1147 or later;
   m 1142 c. Margrave Dietrich of Niederlausitz; † 1185;
15.   Judith; * 1130 c.; † 08/08 1170 or 1176;
   m 1148 Margrave Otto I of Brandenburg; † 1184;
16.   Agnes = Agnieszka; * 1138; † 1182 c.
   m 1152, Mstislav II of Pereyaslavl;

According to [9978 p.51] Boleslaw married, m(2), Salome of Berg-Schelklingen by Ulm, Germany, d Heinrich of Berg-Schelkingen;
and the couple got Knud III/V of Denmark † 1157;
Poland was divided after Boleslaw III had died.
His sons inherited different parts and for nearly two hundred years
Poland was ruled from a number of smaller dukedoms, counties etc.

The main areas were Cracow, Silesia and Masovia. Krakow had the leadership or seniority.
PI-11 - 1138-1202 Mieszko III;
s(PI-10);
Prince of Great Poland from 1138;

children :
1.   Otto (PI-12);
2.   Vladislav I (PI-13);
PI-12 - 1179-1201 Otto;
s(PI-11);
Prince of Great Poland from 1179;

child :
1.   Vladislav (PI-14);
PI-13 - 1202-1231 Vladislav I or III;
s(PI-11);
Prince of Great Poland from 1202;
PI-14 - 1231-1239 Vladislav II;
s(PI-12);
Prince of Great Poland from 1231;

children :
1.   Przemislav I (PI-15);
2.   Boleslav (PI-16);
PI-15 - 1239-1257 Przemislav I;
s(PI-14);
Prince of Great Poland from 1239;

child :
1.   Przemislav II (PI-17);
PI-16 - 1239-1279 Boleslav;
s(PI-14);
PI-17 1257 1270-1296 Przemislav II = Przemyslaw II;
s(PI-15); * 1257; † 1296;
Prince of Great Poland from 1270;
King of Poland from 1295;

Luitgard of Mecklenburg; m(1) 1273 c.; † 12/12 1283 c., murdered; d Heinrich I of Mecklenburg;

Rixa of Sweden; m(2) 1285; d Valdemar I of Sweden; child :
1.   Richsa = Elzbieta Ryksa = Elisabeth; † 18/10 1335;
   m 26/05 1300 or 1303 Vaclav III of Bohemia;
After the marriage ended she remarried Rudolf of Austria (Bohemia 430), son of Albrecht I;
PI-18 - 1296-1300 Henry;
s of sister to (PI-15);
Prince of Great Poland from 1296 to 1300, first period;
Second period from 1306 to 1309;
PI-19 - 1300-1305 Vaclav I = Vaclav II of Bohemia;
Husband to d of (PI-17); s(Bohemia 390); *17/09 1271; † 21/06 1305; ‡ Cistercian Monastery, Prague;
King of Poland from 1300;
King of Bohemia from 1300:
Duke of Cracaw and Sendomir from 1290;
Margrave of Moravia from 1278;

Judith = Jutta von Habsburg; * 1271; m(1) 1287; † 18/06 1297; d Emperor Rudolf I;
children :
1.   Premysl Ottakar; * 06/05 1288; † 10/11 1288;
2.   Vaclav III; (PI-20) and (Bohemia 410); * 06/10 1289;
3.   Agnes; * 06/10 1289; † 1293;
4.   Anna; * 15/10 1290; † 03/09 1313;
   m Duke Henry of Carinthia; (420);
5.   Elizabeth; * 20/01 1310 or 04/03 1292; † 28/09 1330;
   m 01/09 1310 Duke Johann of Luxemburg, * 10/08 1296; † 26/08 1346;
6.   Judith = Guta; * 04/03 1293 † 03/08 1294;
7.   Jan; * 26/02 1294; † 01/03 1294;
8.   Jan; * 21/03 1295; † 06/12 1296;
9.   Margarete; * 21/02 1296; † 08/04 1322;
   m c. 1302 Boleslaw III of Liegnitz; * 23/09 1291; † 21/04 1352;

Richsa = Elzbieta Ryksa of Poland; m(2) 26/05 1300 or 1303; † 18/10 1335; d King Primislaw of Poland;
After the marriage ended she remarried Rudolf of Austria (430), son of Albrecht I;
child :
10.   Agnes; * 15/06 1305; † before 04/01 1337;
   m 1316 Duke Henry I of Jauer and Fürstenberg; † 1346;
PI-20 - 1305-1306 Vaclav II;
s(PI-19);
King of Poland from 1305;
King of Bohemia from 1305 to 1306 as Vaclav III;
King of Hungary from 1301 to 1305;
PI-21 - 1314-1333 Vladislav IV;
Husband to d of (PI-16);
He is = (PVI-84) - see further details there;

PII- PIII- PIV- PV-  ;

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
PII-22 1105 1139-1146 Wladyslaw II Wygnaniec = Vladislav the Exile;
s(PI-10); * 1105; † 30/05 1159;
Prince of Krakow and Silesia from 1139 to 1146;
Leading Prince of Krakow from 1138
Deposed 1146;

Agnes of Austria; † 1160 c. d Otto von Freising;
According to Austrian history Agnes was daughter of Margrave Leopold III;
child :
1.   Boleslav I Wysoki. Duke of Silesia and Breslau from 1163; * 1127; † 07/12 1201;
His descendants ruled Silesia to the line became extinct some centuries later.
PII-23 1122 1138-1173 Boleslaw IV = Boleslav the Curly;
s(PI-10); * 1122 c.; † 03/04 1173;
Prince of Masovia and Krakow from 1138 to 1146;
Prince of Poland from 1146 to 1173;

Verkhoslava; m(1) 1137; † after 1148 or 15/03 1167;
children :
1.   Boleslaw; * 1156; † 1172;
2.   Daughter; * 1160 c.; † 1178 c.
   m 1172 Prince Vasilko of Shumsk; † 1182 c.

Maria; m(2); † after 1167;
child :
3.   Leszek; * 1160; † 1186;
PII-24 1127 1173-1202 Mieszko III Stary = Mieszko the Old;
s(PI-10); * 1127; † 13/03 1202;
Prince of Krakow from 173 to 1177; again in 1190 and again 1199-1202;
Prince of Poland from 1138 to 1177 and 1194 to 1202;
Duke of Pomerania from 1138 to 1202;

Elisabeth of Hungary; * 1128; m(1) 1136 or 1140; † 1155 c.

Yevdokia of Kiev; m(2) 1151 or 1154; d Izyaslav II
PII-25 1138 1177-1194 Kasimir II Sprawiedliwy The Just;
s(PI-10); * 1138; † 05/05 1194;
Prince of Sandomir and Krakow from 1177 to 1177;
Count of Poland from 1177 to 1194;

Helena of Znaim; m(1) 1163 c. † 11202 c.

Yelena of Kiev; m(2) 1185 c.
The different dukedoms, counties etc. until the Jagiellon dynasty
came into existence are for the time being not completely registered here.

PVI-84 .. 106 : Piast Dynasty - Kings of Jagiellon line from 1320 to 1813;

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
PVI-84 1260 1320-1333 Vladislav IV of Kujavia = Wladyslaw the Dwarf = Lokietek = En Alen Lang;

s Prince Kazimirerz I of Kujavia (ruled 1231-1267) and Euphrosyne (d Duke Kasimir of Schlesiea-Oppeln);
* 03/03 1260 c.; † 02/03 1333;
Prince of Krakow;
Count of Poland from 1305 to 1320;
King of Poland from 1320;

Jadwiga = Hedevig; * 1266; m 1293 c.; † 1339; d Prince Boleslaw of Great Poland;
children :
1.   Stefan; * 1296; † 1306;
2.   Vladislav; * 1311; † 1312;
3.   Kazimir III (PVI-85);
4.   Kunigunde; * 1298 c.; † 1331;
   m(1) 1310 c. Duke Bernhard of Schweidnitz; * 1298 c.; † 06/05 1326;
   m(2) 1328 c. Duke Rudolf I of Saxe-Wittenberg; * 1280 c.; † 11/03 1356;
5.   Elisabeth = Elzbieta; * 1305; † 29/12 1380;
     m 06/07 1320 King Charles II Robert of Hungary; * 1288; † 16/07 1342;
     they got:
     a) Louis of Anjou (PVI-86);
6.   Jadwiga; † 1320 c.
PVI-85 1310 1333-1370 Kazimir III the Great = Kazimierz den Store;
s(PVI-84); * 30/04 1310; † 05/11 1370;
King of Poland from 1333;
Duke of "Røderusland" from 1340;

Anna = Aldona of Lithuania; * 1310; m (1) 16/10 1325; † 1339; d Duke Gedemin;
children :
1.   Elisabeth; * 1335 c.; † 1361;
   m 1343 c. Duke Bogislaw V of Pomerania (PPI-03); * 1318 c.; † 07/12 1373;
     they got:
     a) Duke Casimir of Dobrzin; † 1377;
     b) Elisabeth;
     m Emperor Charles IV; † 1378;

2.   Kunigunde; * 1334; † 1357;
   m 1345 c. Duke Louis VI of Bavaria; * 1330; † 1365;

Adelheid of Hesse; m(2) 29/09 1341; div. 1356; † 1371;

Kristina; m(3) 1356; div. 1364 c.;

Jadwiga = Hedvig; m(4) 1365 c.; † 27/03 1390; d Duke Henry III of Glogau & Sagan;
children :
3.   Anna; * 1366; † 1425;
   m(1) Count William = Herman of Cilli; * 1361; † 19/09 1392;
     they got:
     a) Barbara;
     m 1402 Emperor Sigismund of Germany; † 1437;
     b) Anna;
     m King Vladislav / Jagello of Poland (PVI-88); † 1434;
   m(2) 1394 c. Duke Ulrich of Teck / Dek; † 1432;

4.   Kunigunde; * 1367; † 1370 c.
5.   Jadwiga = Hedvig; * 1368; † 1407 c.

Peace with the Teutonic Order in Kalisz in 1343;
PVI-86 1326 1370-1382 Louis of Anjou =Louis I the Great = Ludwig I der Grosse = Lajos I;
s King Charles Robert of Hungary (Hung. 270); * 05/03 1326; † 10/09 1382;
King of Hungary (Hung. 280) from 1342;
King of Poland from 1370, mother served as regent;

Margaret of Luxembourg; * 24/05 1335; m(1) 03/08 1342; † 07/09 1349; d Emperor Charles IV;

Elizabeth of Bosnia; * 1340 c. m(2) 20/06 1353; † 1387;
children :
1.   Marie; * 1365; † 1366;
2.   Catherine; * 00/07 1366; † 1377;
3.   Maria (Ungarn 290);
4.   Gadwiga = Jadwiga = Hedwig (PVI-87); * 1370 or 15/02 1372; † 17/07 1399;
PVI-87 1372 1382-1395 Jadwiga = Hedvig;
d(PVI-86); * 15/02 1372; † 17/07 1399 or 1395;
Queen of Poland (ruling) 1382 to 1395;

Hedvig was engaged to Archduke William of Austria 1385, but married 1386 Jagello;
Jagiello; (PVI-88); m 18/02 1386 King Wladislaw II (PVI-88) - see next record.
X-87 1260 - Gedemin = Gedyminas;
* 1260 c. † 1341 c. in battle, known as one of the first victims to guns in Europe;
Great Duke of Lithuania from 1316;

Wida; m(1); d Widmund;
children :
  1.   Manvydas = Monvid; Prince of Kirnovo/Karachev and Slonim; † 1341 c.
  2.   Narimantas, * 1277 c.; baptized as Gleb in 1333; † 02/02 1348; Prince of Pinsk, Mozyr, Ladoga and Korela;
   m Marija; d Khan Tokhtai;
  3.   Daughter;
   m 1319 c. Starost David of Grodno;

Olga; m(2); d Vsevolod of Smolensk;
children :
  4.   Jewnutij; Prince of Vilna, exiled 1345;
  5.   Olgerd = Algirdas; * 1296 c. † 24/05 1377;
   Prince of Kreva and Vitebsk, Great Duke of Lithuania from 1341 or 1345; † 1377;
   m(1) 1318 Maria of Vitebsk; † 1346;
   m(2) 1346 or 1350 Uliana Alexandrovna of Tver; * 1325 c. † 1392;
   they got:
    a) Jagello (PVI-88);
    b) Wignut Krewski; Christened as Alexander; poisoned 1394;
    c) Skirigailo; regent of Lithuania 1388; poisoned 1399;
    d) Koribut, Christened as Demetrius; Prince of Trubtschevsk; killed in battle 1399;
        he got:
        i) Sigmund Koribut, King of Bohemia 1424-1429; † 1439;

    e) Andreas, Prince of Polotsk, killed in battle 1399;
    f) Helene; m Prince Vladimir of Serpuchow;
    g) Anna; m Duke Ziemovit of Ploczk; † 1388;
       they got:
       i) Czimbarka who m Duke Ernst of Steiermark / Styria (Germ. 339) and
       his son became Emperor Frederik III of Styria (Germ. 045);

    h) Daughter; m Prince Boris of Gorodez;
    i) Swidrigailo; Earl of Lithuania 1430, exposed 1431;

  6.   Liubartas = Dimitriy, Prince of Vladimir-Volynskfrom 1325 to 1340, Prince of Galitzia and Volynya from 1340 to 1344, Prince of Volynya from 1344 to 1384; † 1384 or 1385;
   m(1) 1321 c. Eufemia of Volynya; † 1349 c.;
   m(2) 1349 c. Olga; d Prince Konstantin of Rostov;
  7.    Narymunt = Norimantas; Prince of Pinsk; * 1277; † 1348;
  8.   Dannila = Elzbieta; † 1364;
   m before 06/12 1320 Prince Waclaw of Plock; † 23/05 1336;
  9.    Gaudemunda = Eufemia; * 1316 c. † 05/02 1342;
   m 1331 Prince Boleslav II of Halicz; † 07/04 1340;
10.   Aldona = Anna; Anna taken when Christened; * 1309; † 26/05 1339;
   m 16/10 1325 King Casimir the Great of Poland; * 30/04 1310; † 05/11 1370;

11.   Marie; * 1305; † 1348;
   m 1319 or 1320 Great Prince Dimitrij II of Vladimir (Rus. U-19); † 15/09 1326;
12.   Anastasia = Augusta; † 11/03 1345;
   m Great Prince Alexander II of Vladimir; † 1339;
   or m(2) ? 1333 Great Prince Simeon of Vladimir; * 07/11 1317; † 27/04 1353;
13.   Kestutij = Késtutis; * 1297 c.; † 03/08 or 15/08 1382, murdered by his brother Jagello
;    Prince of Trakai from 1337 to 1381, Great Duke of Lithuania from Nov. 1381 to 1382;
   m(1) 1351 c. unknown woman;
   m(2) Biruta; † 15/08 1382, murdered;
   they got:
   a) Witowt; Duke of Lithuania; † 1340;
     His daughter, Sophia Anastasia, m Great Prince Wassilij II of Moscow (Z-07), and
     their son was Great Prince Wassilij III of Moscow (Z-08); † 1462;
   b) Sigmund; Duke of Lithuania, murdered 1440;
   c) Anna; m Duke John of Warsaw 1388;
14.   Ljubert; Prince of Luzk; † 1349;

Jevna; m(3); d Prince Ivan of Polotzk;
children :
15,   Jaunutis = Ievnut = Ivan, Great Duke of Lithuania from 1342 to 1345, Prince of Zaslzvl after 1345; † 1366;
16.   Karijotas = Michail, Prince of Novogrodeck and Podol from 1362 to 1363; † after 1358;
   m 1356 c. d Prince Iwan II of Moscow;
PVI-88 1351 1386-1434 JagielloJagello = Wladyslaw II of Poland = Ladislav II;
gs (X-87); * 1351 c.; † 1434;
Great Prince / Duke of Lithuania from 1377 to 00/11 1381, first period;
Great Prince / Duke of Lithuania from 03/08 1382 to 05/08 1392, second period;
King of Poland from 1386 when Christened and crowned as Vladislav;
Crowned Krakow 18/02 1386;

Hedvig = Jadiwga af Anjou (PVI-87); * 15/02 1372, m(1) 18/02 1386 in Krakow; † 17/07 1399; d (PVI-86);
child :
1.   Elzbieta = Bonifacio * 12/02 1399; † 13/07 1399;

Anna of Cilly; * 1380; m(2), † 1416; † 21/05 1416; d Cout Herman of Cilly;
child :
2.   Hedevig = Jadwiga; * 08/04 1408; † 08/12 1431;
    shortly engaged to Margrave Friedrich of Brandenburg;

Elizabeth of Pelcza; * 1372 c.; m(3) 02/05 1417; † 12/05 1420; (her second m);

Sophia = Sonka; * 1405; m(4) 07/02 1422; † 21/09 1461; d Prince Andreas of Kiev;
children :
3.   Vladislav (PVI-89); * 31/10 1424; † 10/11 1444;
4.   Kazimierz; * 16/05 1426; † 02/03 1427;
5.   Kazimir (PVI-90); * 30/11 1427; † 07/06 1492;

The Angevin line's became extinct with the last king, Louis of Hungary.
Hedvig was his only survivor. [10494 p.105]
Jagello's grandfather was Duke Gedemin of Lithuania, † 1341. His genealogy is placed before Jagello as number X-87.
PVI-89 1424 1434-1444 Vladislav VI;
s(PVI-87+88); * 31/10 1424; † 10/11 1444;
King of Poland from 1434;
King of Hungary from 1440;
Crowned as Ulaszlo I, 17/07 1440;
PVI-90 1427 1447-1492 Casimir IV = Kasimir IV of Lithuania;
s(PVI-87+88); * 30/11 1427; † 07/06 1492;
Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1440;
King of Poland from 1446 or 1447;

Elisabeth of Habsburg; * 1436 or 1437; m 10/02 1454; † 30/08 1505; d Emperor Albrecht II of Germany (Germ. 044) or (Aus.310);
children :
  1.   Vladislav III of Hungary and V of Bohemia; * 1456; King (Hung. 350);
  2.   Hedvig = Jadviga; * 21/09 1457; † 19/02 1502;
   m 15/11 1475 Georg of Bavaria-Landshut; * 15/08 1455; † 01/12 1503;
  3:   Kazimir; * 03/10 1458; † 04/03 1484; Canonized 07/11 1602;
  4.   John Albert (PVI-91); * 1459; † 1501;
  5.   Alexander of Lithuania (PVI-92); * 1461; † 1506;
  6.   Sophie; * 06/04 1464; † 05/10 1512;    m 14/02 1479 Margrave Frederik of Anspach and Baireuth; * 08/05 1460; † 04/04 1536;
  7.   Elisabeth; * 09/05 1465; † 09/05 1466;
  8.   Sigismund I (PVI-93); * 1466; † 1548;
  9.   Frederik; * 27/04 1468; Bishop of Krakow; Cardinal, Archbishop of Gnesen from 1493; † 14/03 1503;
10.   Elisabeth; * 13/05 1472; † 1480 c.
11.   Anna; * 12/03 1476; † 12/08 1503;
   m 02/02 1491 Bogislav X of Pomerania; * 03/06 1454; † 05/10 1523;
12.   Barbara; * 05/07 1478; † 15/02 1534;
   m 21/11 1496 Duke Georg of Saxony; * 27/08 1471; † 17/04 1539;
13.   Elisabeth; * 13/11 1482; † 16/02 1517;
   According to one source: engaged, but never married.
   According to another source: m 21/11 1515 Friedrich II of Schlesien-Liegnitz; * 12/02 1480; † 17/09 1547;
PVI-91 1459 1492-1501 John Albert = Jan I Albrecht;
s(PVI-90); * 27/12 1459; † 17/06 1501;
Great Duke of Lithuania from 1483 to 1492;
King of Poland from 1492;
Duke of Glogau from 1490 to 1498;

no heirs recorded ;
PVI-92 1461 1501-1506 Alexander of Lithuania;
s(PVI-90); * 05/08 1461; † 19/08 1506;
Great Duke of Lithuania from 1492 to 1501;
King of Poland from 1501;

Yelena of Kiev = Helena; * 19/05 1476; m 15/02 1495; † 20/01 1513; d Grand Duke Ivan III of Moscow;
no heirs recorded ;

From 1501 personal or family union with Lithuania;
[10494 p. 108]
PVI-93 1467 1506-1548 Sigmund I = Sigismund I = Sigismund the Old = Zygmunt I Stary;
s(PVI-90); * 01/01 1467; † 01/04 1548;
Governor of Slesia and Lausitz from 1504;
Great Duke of Lithuania from 1506;
King of Poland from 1506;
Duke of Glogau from 1498;
Duke of Oppeln from 1501;

Barbara Zapolya; * 1495; m(1) 28/02 1512; † 02/10 1515; d Stephan Zapolya of Siebengebürgen and Palatin of Hungary † 1515;
children :
1.   Jadwiga = Helene; * 25/03 1513; † 07/02 1573;
   m 01/09 1535 Prince Joachim II of Brandenburg; † 03/01 1571;
2.   Anna; * 01/07 1515; † 08/05 1520;

Bona Sforza; * 13/02 1495; m(2) 18/04 1518; † 07/11 1558; d Duke John Galeazzo of Milan † 1557;
children :
3.   Elisabeth; * 18/01 1519; † 15/09 1559;
   m 23/02 1539 King Janos I of Hungary; * 1487; † 22/07 1540;
4.   Sigismund II August (PVI-94); * 01/08 1520; † 07/07 1572;
5.   Olbracht = Wojciech; * 20/09 1527; † 20/09 1527;
6.   Sofia; * 13/07 1522; † 28/05 1575;
   m 25/02 1556 Duke Henry II of Braunschweig / Brunswick; † 11/06 1568;
7.   Anna; * 18/10 1523; † 09/09 1596; Queen of Poland from 1575 to 1576;
   m 01/05 1576 King Stephen Bathory (PVI-97); See fuller text under (97);
8.   Katharina Jagellonica = Catherine; * 01/11 1526; † 16/09 1583;
   m 04/10 1562 Johan III of Sweden(Sw037); † 17/11 1592;
PVI-94 1520 1548-1572 Sigmund II Augustus;
s(PVI-93); * 01/08 1520; † 07/07 1572;
Great Duke of Lithuania from 06/10 1520 or 1544 to 1569;
Elected King of Poland from 1529 as August I;
Ruling King of Poland from 1548;

Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria; * 09/07 1526; m(1) 05/05 1543 ; † 15/06 1545; d Archduke Ferdinand I and (Germ. 048);

Barbara Radziwill; * 06/12 1523; m(2) 01/08 1547 c.; † 08/05 1551;

Katharina of Austria; * 15/09 1533; m(3) 01/07 1553 c.; † 28/02 1572; d Archduke Ferdinand I and in the German line: d Ferdinand I of Austria;
Her second m; her first m(1) was to Duke Francisco III of Mantua;

no ligitimate children in neither marriage ;

From 1569 Poland was united with Lithuania; [10494 p. 108]
PVI-95 - 1573-1574 Henry III of France;
See for France under Henry III of France;
PVI-96 1533 1576-1586 Stephen Bathory;
* 27/09 1533; † 22/12 1586;
Prince of Transylvania / Siebenbürgen from 1571;
He acted as successor after Johan Sigismund Zapolya (Hung. 370-1) from 1571;
From 1576 Stephen Bathory brother Christopher and his son Sigismund acted as princes from 1576;
King of Poland from 1576;

Anna (PVI-93-7); * 18/10 1523; m 01/05 1576; † 09/09 1596;
According to her age no heirs were expected ;

At the elction Reichstag in Warsaw 1573 the French king, Charles IX's brother Duke Henry of Anjou was elected King of Poland. Already next year he left Poland for the vacant French throne.
On the next election in Poland, 15/05 1575, the nearest successors renounced the throne, and the next candidate, the German Emperor Maximilian II, had no support from the nobility. The result was that Sigismund I (PVI-93) daughter Anna on the 14/12 1575 was announced Queen of Poland and the Commander and Governor Stephen Bathory of Siebenbürgen was appointed her husband.
From their marriage 01/05 1576 he became the ruling King of Poland, after which she was queen consort to the King.
PVI-97 1566 1566-1632 Sigismund III;
gs(PVI-93); son of Johan III of Sweden (Sw037) and Katharina Jagellonica;
* 20/06 1566; † 30/04 1632 NS; ‡ Wawel Cathedral;
King of Poland from 19/08 1587 as Zykmund III;
King of Sweden from 07/11 1592; abdicated;

Anna; * 10/11 1572; m(1) 31/05 1592; † 10/02 1598; sister to second wife;
d Charles of Styria = d Archduke Charles of Austria (H028);
children :
  1.   Anna Maria; * 23/05 1593; † 09/02 1600;
  2.   Katharina; * 09/05 1594; † 05/06 1594;
  3.   Vladislav IV (PVI-98); * 09/06 1595; † 20/05 1648;
  4.   Katharina; * 27/09 1596; † 11/06 1597;
  5.   Kristofer; * 10/02 1598; † 10/02 1598;

Konstanze = Constantia, * 24/12 1588; m(2) 11/12 1605; † 10/07 1631; sister to first wife;
d Charles of Styria = d Archduke Charles of Austria (H028);
children :
  6.   John = Jan Kazimir; * 25/12 1607; † 14/01 1508;
  7.   John = Jan Kazimir II (PVI-99); * 22/05 1609; † 16/12 1672;
  8.   John Albert = Johan Albrecht = Jan Olbracht, Bishop of Krakow; Cardinal from 1633; * 25/05 1612; † 22/12 1634;
  9.   Carl Ferdinand = Karol Ferdinand, Duke of Oppeln & Ratibor; * 13/10 1613; † 09/05 1655;
10.   Alexander Karol; * 04/11 1614; † 19/11 1634;
11.   Anna Konstancja; * 26/01 1616; † 24/05 1616;
12.   Anna Katharina Konstantia; * 07/08 1619; † 08/10 1651;
   m 08/06 1642 Pfalzgraf Philipp Wilhelm of Neuburg; * 24/11 1615; † 02/09 1690;
PVI-98 1595 1632-1648 Ladislaus IV / VII = Wladislaw IV / VII;
s(PVI-97); * 09/06 1595; † 20/05 1648;
King of Poland from 1632;
Tsar of Russia from 1610 to 1613 (Rus. Z-16a)
Cecilia Renata; * 16/07 1611, † 24/03 1644; m(1) 13/09 1637; d Ferdinand II of Styria; and Austrian line here;
children :
1.   Sygmunt Kazimiers; 01/04 1640; † 09/08 1642 or 1647;
2.   Maria Anna Izabela; * 08/01 1642; † 07/02 1642;

Maria Ludovica Gonzaga = Louise-Marie; * 18/08 1611; m(2) 05/11 1645 (by proxy), m(2) 10/03 1646 (in person); † 10/05 1667;
d Duke Charles I of Mantua; † 1667;
she re-married Johan Kasimir (PVI-99); † 1672;
no children ;
PVI-99 1609 1648-1668 John Kasimir = Johan II Kasimir = Jan Kazimierz II;
s(PVI-97); * 22/05 1609; † 16/12 1672;
Imprisoned in France between 1638 and 1640;
Cardinal from 1646;
King of Poland from 1648 to 1668; abdicated;
became titular King of Sweden from 1660 to 1672;
Abbot of St. Martin in Nevers before he died;

Maria Ludovica Gonzaga = Louise-Marie; * 18/08 1611; m 29/05 1649, her m(2); † 10/05 1667;
her m(1) was to (PVI-98);
children :
1.   Maria Anna Teresa; * 21/07 1650; † 08/08 1651;
2.   Jan Zygmunt; * 06/01 1652; † 20/02 1652;

The male line became extinct when Sigismund II August (PVI-94) died, and the female line became extinct when Johan II Casimir (PVI-99) died;
From 1669 Poland was ruled by elective kings.
PVI-100 1640 1669-1673 Michael I Wisniowecki;
s Prince Jeremiah Michael of Wiesnoviecz; * 18/06 1640; † 10/11 1673;
King of Poland from 1669;
Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1669;

Eleonora Maria Jozefa of Austria; * 31/05 1653; m 27/02 1670; † 17/12 1697; d German Emperor Ferdinand III;
After she was widowed she remarried Duke Charles IV Leopold of Lorraine;
PVI-101 1629 1674-1696 John Sobieski;
s Jacob Sobiesky of Krakow; * 1629; † 1696;
King of Poland from 1674;

Maria Casimira; d Marquess Henry d'Arqvien de la Grange;
PVI-102 - 1697-1704
and
1709-1733
Frederick Augustus I (or II) of Saxony the Strong;
s Johan Georg III of Saxony (* 1647, † 1691) and Princess Anna Sofie of Denmark (* 1647; † 1717);
* 22/05 1670; † 01/02 1733;
Elector of Saxony from 1694;
King of Poland from 1697 to 1704 and from 1709 to 1733;

Margravine Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth; 29/12 1671; m 20/01 1693; † 05/09 1727;
child :
1.   Friedrich August III (PVI-106); * 17/10 1696; † 05/10 1763;

The King and Elector etc. is said to have fathered 354 known bastards;
PVI-103 - 1704-1709 Stanislav I Leszczynski;
s Raphael Lescinsky; * 1677; † 1766;
Elective King of Poland first period from 1704;
Deposed 1709;
Elective King of Poland second period from 1733 to 1735;
Grandduke of Lorraine and Bar from 1737;

Catharina = Katarzyna; * 1680; m 1698; † 1747; d Opalinsky ofPosen;
child :
1.   Maria Karolina; * 23/06 1703; † 24/06 1768;
   m 1725 King Louis XV of France;
PVI-104 1696 1733-1763 Frederick Augustus III of Saxony;
s(PVI-102); * 17/10 1696; † 05/10 1763;
King of Poland from 1733;
Elector of Saxony from 1733 (Tysk 048);

Archduchess Maria Josefa of Austria; * 18/11 1720; m 20/08 1719; † 17/11 1757;
children :
  1.   Friedrich August; * 18/11 1720; † 22/01 1721;
  2.   Josef August; * 24/10 1721; † 14/03 1728;
  3.   Friedrich Christian Leopold Johann Georg Franz Xaver (Tysk 049); * 05/09 1722; † 17/12 1763;
  4.   Marie Amalie; * 24/11 1724; † 27/09 1760;
   m 19/06 1738 King Carlos III of Spain; * 20/01 1716; † 14/12 1788;
  5.   Marie Margarete; * 13/09 1727; † 01/02 1734;
  6.   Marie Anna; * 29/08 1728; † 17/02 1797;
   m 09/08 1747 Elector Maximilian III Josef of Bavaria; * 28/03 1727; † 30/12 1777;
  7.   Franz Xaver; * 25/08 1730; † 21/06 1806;
   m. morganatically 1765 Countess Clara Spinucci of der Lausitz; * 30/08 1741; † 23/11 1792;
  8.   Josefa; * 04/11 1731; † 13/03 1767; ‡ Sens Cathedral;
   m 09/02 1747 Dauphin Louis of France (Fr. 032-3); * 1729; † 1765;
  9.   Charles of Courland; * 13/07 1733; † 16/06 1796;
   Duke of Courland from 1758 to 1763;
   m morganatically 25/03 1760 Franziska Corvin-Krasinska, Princess from 1775; * 09/03 1742; † 30/04 1796;
   they got:
     a) Maria Cristina Albertina Carolina; * 07/12 1779; † 24/11 1851;
10.   Christine; * 12/02 1735; † 19/11 1782; Abbess of Remiremont;
11.   Elisabeth; * 09/02 1736; † 24/12 1818;
12.   Albert; * 11/07 1738; † 10/02 1822;
   Governor of the Austrian Netherlands from 1781 to 1793;
   m 08/04 1766 Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria; * 13/05 1742; † 24/06 1798;
   they got:
     a) Maria Theresia; * 16/05 1767; † 17/05 1767;
13.   Klemens Wenzel; * 28/09 1739; † 27/07 1812; Archbishop-Elector of Trier;
14.   Kunigunde; * 10/11 1740; † 10/11 1740; Abbess of Thorn and Essen;
PVI-105 - 1764-1795 Stanislav II Poniatowski;
s Stanislaus Poniatowsky, Count of Krakow; * 17/01 1732; † 12/02 1798;
King of Poland from 1764;
Abdicated 1795;

Elzbieta Szydlowska; * 1748; m 1784 morganatic (her m(2)); † 1810;
child :
1.   Count Stanislaw Grabowski; * 1780; † 1845;
   m(1) Cecylia Dembowska; * 19/12 1787; † 17/01 1821;
   m(2) 08/05 1822 Countess Julia Zabiello;
PVI-106 1750 1807-1813 Frederick Augustus III Joseph Maria Anton Johann Nepomuk Aloys Xaver of Saxony;
gs(PVI-104); s Friedrich Christian Leopold Johann Georg Franz Xaver, Elector of Saxony (Tysk 049);
* 23/12 1750; † 05/05 1827 in Dresden;
Duke of Saxony as Frederick August II from 17/12 1763 to 1806;
King of Saxony from 11/12 1806 to 1827; as King Frederik August I of Saxony;
Grand Duke of Warsaw from 1807 to 1813 or 1814;
King of Poland from 08/07 1807;
Deposed from 1812 to 1815, re-instated 1815 to 05/05 1827;

Princess Amalie von Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld; *10/05 1752; m (proxy) 17/01 1769; in person 29/01 1769; † 15/11 1828;
child :
1.   Maria Augusta Nepomucena Antonia Franziska Xaveria Aloysia; * 21/06 1782; † 14/03 1863;

By the peace in Tilsit 1807 the Grand Dukedom of Warsaw was founded. The sovereignty was illusory and dictated through the Duke / King of Saxony who again was dependent on Napoleon. Somewhat diminished a Polish kingdom was created in 1815 during the Congress of Vienna.


The Pomeranian rulers

The Pomeranian duchy was partitioned and united several times between 1100 and 1800. The main particulars of the partitions are as follow:

Different versions of the beginning of the duchy exist. The generally accepted view is:
1) The first known duke, Swietobor, partitioned, when he died in 1106, the duchy to his two eldest sons Wartislaw (*1091 c. †1135) , who founded the duchy of Pomerania, and Swietopelk, whose land after his death in 1113 was occupied by a Saxon prince, and Lothar of Supplinburg ruled it to his death.
Pomerania gained again independence and unification in 1155.

2) The first duke we can be certain of was Wartislaw I (PO-01) who died 1135 or 1148-49 or 1153. He was defeated by the Polish Boleslaw III (PI-10) 1121 / 1122 and regained independence when Boleslaw died 1138. During Wartislaw's time Pomerania was Christened. When he died c. 1148 his son Bogislaw I was under guardianship of Wartislaw's brother Ratibor I who took over the administration.

3) In 1155 the Pomeranian area of the day was divided between Ratibor's family, who got the Pomerania-Demmin area, and Wartislaw's family, who got the Pomerania-Stettin area. The following text is based on this version.

An overview of the partitions and unifications of Pomerania (POM)

The first partition took place 1155 when Pomerania-Stettin and Pomerania-Demmin was created. POM-Demming kept its independence to 1264.

Already 1190 POM-Stettin was divided in POM-Stettin and Pomerania-Schlawe-Stolp (The Schlawe name is German - the Polish form is Slawno). From 1238 Schlawe was reunited POM-Stettin and Stolp united with the Duchy of Pomerelia (which was Gdansk and surroundings).

In 1264 POM-Stettin and POM-Demmin reunited to 1295 in one duchy: Pomerania.

In 1295 the second partion took place primarily along the Peene and Ina rivers and Pomerania-Stettin was recreated and a new duchy Pomerania-Wolgast was created. The two duchies existed to 1368.
From 1325 Rügen came to Pomerania-Wolgast under Duke Wartislaw IV. In 1348 the German emperor gave all Pomeranian duchies independence from all Brandenburg claims.

In 1368 the third partition took place - a provisional - and from 1372 a permanent:
POM-Stettin continued undivided.
POM-Wolgast was partitioned into:
POM-Wolgast and
Pomerania-Stolp. The Stolp area had been under the Polish suzerainty since 1282 and High Duke Przemislav II (PI-17) took from 1294 direct rule over the territory. During some unrest in connection with the Teutonic Orders invasion of part of Poland a part of the Stolp area was regained and a duchy set up with ducal residence in Stolp and the Schlawe territories. From 1341 the POM-Wolgast duke took full control over both "Länder".
The Stolp dukes were often called "Hinterpommeren Herzüge".

The 1368-partition only lasted to 1376, when the fourth partitioned took place:
POM-Stettin continued unchanged.
POM-Wolgast ceded a part of its territory to a new duchy called
Pomerania-Barth. The duchy most often included Rügen; the ducal seat placed in Barth.
In 1377 the eastern part of POM-Wolgast was divided into a western part called
Pomerania-Stargard, and an eastern part called
Pomerania-Stolp.
Both POM-Stargard and POM-Stolp ceased to exist in 1459.
From 1448 the territories of Torgelow and Pasewalk came to POM-Wolgast.

From 1478 all Pomerania was united in the duchy of Pomerania until 1531, when the fifth partition took place. Again a duchy of Pomerania-Stettin and a duchy of Pomerania-Wolgast were created. They lasted undivided to 1569.

In 1569 the sixth partition took place and Pomerania was divided into:
Pomerania-Stettin,
Pomerania-Rügenwald / Darlowo that went to POM-Stettin in 1620,
Pomerania-Barth that went to POM-Stettin in 1603, and
Pomerania-Wolgast that went to POM-Stettin in 1625. Accordingly,
1625 Duke Bogislav XIV had reunited the whole duchy of Pomerania.

In 1637 Sweden commanded Pomerania and its possession was legalized 1648 at the Westphalia Peace. However, the Brandenburg dukes maintained the title of Duke of Pomerania until 1806 when Pomerania became an integrated part of Brandenburg - Preussen and from 1815 a province of Preussen.

In 1918 Pomerania was finally divided along the Oder and thew western part went to Germany and the eastern to Poland.


DUKES AND DUCHIES LISTED PER DUCHY FOR EACH PARTITION AND UNIFICATION

POMERANIA FROM 1155 TO 1190
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-DEMMIN
Bogislaw I = (PO-03) 1153-1187 / 1156-1187
Anastasia (PO-03a) regent for sons 1187-1208
Bogislaw II = (PO-07) 1187-1220
Kasimir I = (PO-04) 1153-1180 / 1181 or 1156-1180
Kasimir II = (PO-08) 1187-1219
POMERANIA FROM 1190 TO 1238
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-STOLP / SCHLAWE *)
POMERANIA-DEMMIN
*) In 1227 POM-Stolp went to Pomerania. In 1238 both Stolp and Schlawe went to Pomerelia. From 1316 and finally 1347 both territories went to POM-Wolgast.
Bogislaw II = (PO-07) 1187-1220
Barnim I = (PO-09) 1224-1278 or 1220-1278
Swantepolk II (PO-05) 1152-1175 c.
Wartislaw (PO-06) 1175-?
Bogislaw III (PO-07b) 1190-1223
Kasimir II = (PO-08) 1187-1219
Barnim = (PO-10) 1219-1227
Wartislaw III = (PO-11) 1219-1264
POMERANIA FROM 1238 TO 1264
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-DEMMIN
Barnim I = (PO-09) 1224-1278
Wartislaw III = (PO-11) 1219-1264
POMERANIA FROM 1264 TO 1295
POMERANIA (-STETTIN)
Barnim I = (PO-09) 1224-1278
Barnim II = (PO-12) 1278-1295
Bogislaw IV = (PO-13) 1278-1309. Duke of POM-Wolgast from 1295
Otto I = (PO-14) 1278-1344. Duke of POM-Stettin from 1295
POMERANIA FROM 1295 TO 1368
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-WOLGAST
Bogislaw IV = (PO-13) 1278-1309
Otto I = (PO-14) 1295-1344
Barnim III = (PO-15) 1344-1368
Bogislaw IV = (PO-13) 1278-1309
Wartislaw IV = (PO-16) 1309-1326
Bogislaw V = (PO-17) 1326-1373
Barnim IV = (PO-18) 1326-1365
Wartislaw V = (PO-19) 1326-1390
Wartislaw VI = (PO-20) 1365-1394
POMERANIA FROM 1368 TO 1376
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-WOLGAST
POMERANIA-STOLP
Kasimir III = (PO-22) 1368-1372
Swantibor I = (PO-23) 1372-1413 or 1368 to 1413
Bogislaw VII = (PO-24) 1372-1403 or 1368-1404
Wartislaw VI = (PO-20) 1365-1394
Bogislaw VI = ( PO-21) 1365-1393
Bogislaw V (PO-17) 1368-1373
Casimir IV (V) (PO-25) 1374-1377
Wartislaw VII (PO-26) 1377-1395
Bogislaw VIII (PO-27) 1395-1402 ruled jointly with
Barnim V (PO-29) 1402-1403
Bogislaw VIII (PO-27) 1403-1418 ruled solely
Bogislaw IX (PO-28) 1418-1446
Eric I (PO-29c) 1449-1459
Existed until 1459, when it went back to POM-Wolgast.
POMERANIA FROM 1376 TO 1377
POMERANIA-STETTIN
POMERANIA-BARTH (Western POM-Wolgast)
POMERANIA-WOLGAST (Eastern POM-Wolgast)
Above duke continued.
Wartislaw VI (PO-20) 1377-1394
Above duke continued.
POMERANIA FROM 1377 TO 1459
POMERANIA-STETTIN

POMERANIA-STOLP

POMERANIA-BARTH + RÜGEN
POMERANIA-WOLGAST
POMERANIA-STARGARD

Swantibor I = (PO-23) 1372-1413
Bogislaw VII = (PO-24) 1372-1403
Otto II = (PO-30) 1413-1428
Kasimir V = (PO-31) 1413-1435
Joachim = (PO-32) 1435-1451
Otto III = (PO-33) 1451/1460-1464
Wartislaw VII = (PO-26) 1377-1395
Bogislaw VIII (PO-27) 1395-1402 ruled jointly with
Barnim V (PO-29) 1402-1403
Bogislaw VIII (PO-27) 1403-1418 ruled solely
Bogislaw IX (PO-28) 1418-1446
Erich I = (PO-26c) 1395-1459
Wartislaw VI (PO-20 ) 1377-1394. He inherited 1396 Bogislaw VI's POM-Wolgast and moved the residence to Wolgast.
After his death, his sons ruled jointly:
Barnim VI = (PO-26b) 1394-1405
Wartislaw VIII = (PO-26a) 1394-1415
In 1415, Pomerania-Wolgast was again split, with Pomerania-Barth being given to Duke Barnim VIII, who also inherted Rügen from his childless brother Swantibor IV (PO-26a-3.) in 1440.
Barnim VIII = (PO-36) 1415-1451
In 1451, Barnim VIII himself also died childless, and Pomerania-Barth was once again reunited with Pomerania-Wolgast, under Wartislaw IX.
Wartislaw IX (PO-34) 1451-1457
Wartislaw IX died in 1457 and Pomerania-Wolgast was once again divided.
Wartislaw X (PO-38) ruled Pomerania-Barth 1457-1478.
Wartislaw VI = (PO-20) 1365-1394
Bogislaw VI = ( PO-21) 1365-1393
Barnim VI (PO-26c) 1394-1405
Wartislaw IX = (PO-34) 1405-1457
Erich II = (PO-37) 1457-1474
Kasimir IV = (PO-25) 1373-1377
Bogislaw VIII (PO-27) 1377-1418
Bogislaw IX = (PO-28) 1418-1446
Maria of Masovia regent during Erich I absence 1446-1449
Erich I (PO-26c) 1449-1459 = Erik af Pommern
POMERANIA FROM 1459 TO 1478
POMERANIA-STETTIN

POMERANIA-BARTH (Western POM-Wolgast)
POMERANIA-WOLGAST
Otto III = (PO-33) 1451-1464
Erich II (PO-37) 1464-1474
Bogislaw X (PO-39) 1474-1478
Wartislaw X (PO-38) 1457-1478 and Rügen
Erich II = (PO-37) 1457-1474
Bogislaw X = (PO-39) 1474-1523.
From 1478 Duke of Pomerania undivided.
POMERANIA FROM 1478 TO 1531
POMERANIA

Bogislaw X = (PO-39) 1474-1523.
From 1478 Duke of Pomerania undivided.
Georg I (PO-40) 1523-1531
Bogislaw XI (PO-41) son of Georg I never reigned; Died 1514.
POMERANIA FROM 1531 TO 1569
POMERANIA-STETTIN

POMERANIA-WOLGAST

Barnim IX (PO-42) 1523-1569
Philipp I = (PO-43) 1531-1560
Johann Friedrich I = (PO-46) 1560-1600
POMERANIA FROM 1569 TO 1625 / 1637
POMERANIA-STETTIN

POMERANIA-RÜGEN / RÜGENWALDE
POMERANIA-BARTH
POMERANIA-WOLGAST
Johann Friedrich I = (PO-46) 1560-1600
Barnim X (PO-48) 1560-1603
POM-Rügenwalde merged 1620 with P-Stettin,
Bogislaw XIII (PO-47) 1569-1606
Philipp II (PO-50) 1606-1618
Franz (PO-51) 1618-1620
Bogislaw XIV (PO-52) 1620-1637 - reunited all Pomerania 1625, when Philipp Julius died.
Went 1603 to POM-Stettin.
Johann Friedrich I = (PO-46) 1560-1600
Philip Julius (PO-49) 1592-1625
POM-Wolgast merged 1625 with POM-Stettin.

PO-01 .. up : Dukes of Pomerania and affiliated territories 1124 to 1637

Abbreviations used:
b = brother of, d = daughter of, m = married to (year), s = son of, gs = grandson of,
ggs = great grandson; † = died; ‡ = buried.

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
PO-01 1091 or 1100 c. 1122-1148 Vratislav I = Wartislaw I;
s Duke Swantepolk † 1122; b(PO-02);
* c. 1091; † 03/05 1135 or 1148 or 1153;
Christened before 1130;
Duke of Pomerania from 1121 or 1122 or 1124;

24 pagan wives;
children not counted ;

Heila = Hella of Saxony; m(1) 1128 c.; cast-off or † 1128;
child :
1.   Bogislaw I (PO-03); * 1130; † 18/03 1187;

Ida of Denmark; m(2) 1129;
children :
2.   Kasimir (PO-04); † 00/11 1180;
3.   Woislawa; unknown details;
4.   Dobroslawa; † 23/11 1206;
     m 1187-1188 Boleslaw of Poland; * 1159; † 03/09 1195 killed;

Dirk Schleinert Pommerns Herzöge claims Duchess Ida as mother to Bogislaw I;
PO-02 1124 c. 1148-1156 Ratibor I;
s Duke Swantepolk † 1122; b(PO-01);
* 1124 c.; † 07/05 1156;
Duke of Pomerania on behalf of his juvenile nephew Bogislaw I (PO-03) from 1135 and in his own right;
Duke of Pomerania-Schlawe-Stolp until 1156;

When Ratibor died in 1156 the duchy was partitioned and Ratibor's family kept the eastern part as Pomerania-Schlawe and Pomerania-Slupsk.
Wartislaw I's family kept the western part as Pomerania-Stettin and Pomerania-Demmin.

Pribislawa Yaroslavna; † 1136 or 1156; d. Prince Yaroslav of Volynya;
children :
1.   Swantepolk II (PO-05); † after 1175;
2.   Wartislaw also called Bogislaw (PO-06);
3.   Margareta; † after 1162:
     m Count Bernhard / Bernard I of Ratzeburg, * 1137; † 1164-1165;
4.   Dobroslawa;
PO-03 1127 or 1130 1153-1187 Bogislaw I;
s(PO-01); * 1124, 1127 or 1130; † 18/03 1187;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1153 or 1156;
Unknown if Bogislaw and Casimir were co-rulers or partitioned the duchy;
Bogislaw was 1162 mediator when King Waldemar of Denmark and the City of Wolgast made peace and Wolgast recognized the Danish sovereignty.

Walburgis = Walburga = Walpurgis of Denmark; m(1) 1150 to 1159; † before 18/04 1172;
children :
1.   Ratibor; * 1160; † 15/01 1183;
   m c. 1177 Salomea; d. Mieszko III of Poland;
2.   Wartislaw (PO-04a); * 1160 c.; † 18/02 1184;
3.   Dobroslawa; † 23/11 1206
   m Duke Boleslaw of Kujavia; * 1159, † 03/09 1195;

Anastasia; * ca. 1160; m(2) 26/04 1177; † 31/05 1240; d. Mieszko III of Poland;
Regent for her sons to 1208 c.
children :
4.   Bogislaw II (PO-07); * between 1178 and 1186; † 24/01 1220;
5.   Kasimir II (PO-08); * c. 1180; † 1219 or 1220;
PO-04 1130 c. 1153-1180 Kasimir I = Casimir I;
s(PO-01); † 00/11 1180;
Duke of Pomerania-Demmin from 1153 or 1156;
Unknown if Bogislaw and Casimir were co-rulers or partitioned the duchy;
Founded 1170 a Premonstratensian monastery in the estuary of the river Rega. The mother-house was the Trinity Monastery in Lund.

Pritolawa;
no children ;
PO-4a 1160 c. 1180-1184 Wartislaw II;
s(PO-03) or s of the Swantiboride family; * 1160 c.; † 1184 c.
Duke of Pomerania-Demmin from 1180;

Sophia of Poland;
no children ;
PO-05 1175 1152-1175 Swantepolk II;
s(PO-02); † after 1175;
Duke of Pomerania-Schlawe from 1152;

no children ;
PO-06 - 1175- Wartislaw;
s(PP-02);
Duke of Pomerania-Schlawe from 1175;

unknown;
children ;
1.   Bogislaw III (PO-07b) Duke of POM-Schlawe; † 1224;
2.   Dobroslawa; † after 1200;
   m(1) Duke Boleslaw of Kujavia; † 1198;
   m(2) Grimislaw of Schwelz and Liebschau; † 1198;
3.   Ratibor II; † 1228;
4.   Margareta; † 1287;
   m Count Heinrich I of Schwerin; † 17/02 1228;
PO-07 1177 1187-1220 Bogislaw II;
s(PO-03); * between 1177 and 1186; † 24/01 1220;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1187;
His mother regnet to 1208;

Miroslawa; † 02/02 1237 c.; d. Mestwin I of Pomerelia;
She served as regent for her children during their minority.
children :
1.   Barnim I (PO-09); * 1219 c.; † 14/11 1278;
2.   Woislava; † after 1230;
3.   Dobroslava; † after 1230;
   m Jaszko I of Gostkow;
4.   Bogislaw III (PO-07b); uncertain existence.
PO-07b - 1190-1223 Bogislaw III;
s(PO-07); Uncertain existence Duke of Pomerania-Schlawe(-Stolp) from 1190;

unknown name; d Mieszko III of Poland;
children :
1.   Ratibor II (PO-07c);
2.   unknown;
PO-07c - Ratibor II;
s(PO-007b); * before 1223; † 1238;

Duke of Pomerania-Schlawe-Stolp from 1223;

unmarried;
PO-08 1180 1184-1220 or 1187-1219 Kasimir II = Casimir II;
s(PO-03); * 1180 c.; † 1220;
Duke of Pomerania-Demmin from 1184 or 1187;

Ingard = Ingerd; † 1236; d Knud III of Denmark;
children :
1.   Wartislaw III (PO-11); * 1210; † 17/05 1264;
2.   Elisabeta; † 1222;


After Kasimir II a certain Barnim (PO-10) is noted as Duke of POM-Demmin from 1220 to 1227 or 1264;
 
PO-09 1219 1220-1278 Barnim I = Barnim the Good;
s(PO-07) * 1219 c.; †14/11 or 13/12 1278;
Duke of POM-Wolgast from 1220 / 1224 to 1264;
Mother Miroslawa was regent during his minority.
Had the duchy as a fief from Brandenburg until a better contract was signed in 1250.
Duke of Pomerania from 1264 as he took over his cousin's (PO-11) part in 1264;

Marianna = Marianne; m(1); † 27/06 1252; d. "Erik XI of Sweden;
child :
1.   Anastasia; * c. 1245; † 02/01 1302;
   m 1232 c. Prince Heinrich I of Mecklenburg, * c. 1232; † 02/01 1302;
2.   unknown daughter;

Margareta of Werle m(2) 1253 / 1254; †25/05 1261 or 1267;
children ;
3.   Bogislaw IV (PO-13); * 1255 c.; † 19/02 1309;
Mathilde of Brandenburg-Salzwedel = Mechthild; m(3) between29/03 1263 and 20/05 1267; † 20/12 1316;
children :
4.   Barnim II (PO-12); * 1276 / 1278; † 28/05 or 26/06 1295;
5.   Otto I (PO-14); * 01/01 to 31/08 1279; † 21/12 or 31/12 1344;
6.   Miroslawa; * 1270 c.; † 23/12 1327 or 11/11 1328;
   m 1258 Niklot I of Schwerin, * 1250 c.; † 03/02 1323;
7.   Beatrix; † 31/07 1312 c.;
   m Heinrich I of Mecklenburg-Werle; † 1307;
8.   Mechtilde; † 1295;
9   unknown name;
PO-10 - 1219-1264 Barnim;
Unknown origin;
Duke of Pomerania-Demmin from 1219;
PO-11 1210 1220-1264 Wartislaw III;
s(PO-08); * 1210; † 17/05 1264;
Duke of Pomerania-Demmin from 1219 or 1220;
Regent until mid 1220's was his mother Ingard of Denmark;
Last duke with residence in Demmin;

Sophie of Arnstein;
no children ;
PO-12 1276 1278-1295 Barnim II;
s(PO-09); * 1276 / 1278; † 28/05 or 26/06 1295;
Duke of Pomerania from 1278;
Co-ruler with brothers Bogislaw IV and Otto I to 1295;

unmarried ;
PO-13 1255 1278-1309 Bogislaw IV;
s(PO-09); ½b(PO-14); * 1255 c.; † 19/02 or 24/02 1309;
Founded the POM-Wolgast line of the Greifen lineage;
Duke of Pomerania from 1278;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1295;
Co-ruler with brothers Barnim II and Otto I to 1295;

Mathilde = Mechtild of Brandenburg; m(1); † 1278; d. Johann I of Brandenburg;

Margarete = Marguerite of Rügen; * 1265 c.; m(2) 1283 or 1284; † 04/12 1315 or 1318 or 03/02 1320;
d. Wizlav II of Rügen and Agnes of Braunschweig-Lüneburg;
children :
1.   Margarete; † before 27/08 1337;
   m(1) 1298 Prince Nikolaus I of Mecklenburg zu Rostock, † 25/11 1314;
   m(2)Johann I of Steinau, * 1300; † 07/10 1361 or 1365;
2.   Euphemia; * 1285; † 26/07 1330;
   m before 1307 King Christopher II of Denmark, * 29/09 1276; † 02/08 1332;
3.   Judith; † 18/03 1336;
4.   Elisabeth; * c. 1290; † after 16/10 1349;
   m 1316 Duke Erich I of Saxe-Lauenburg, * 1275; † 1359;
5.   Wartislaw IV (PO-16); * 1291; † 31/07 or 01/08 1326;
6.   unknown name;
PO-14 - 1279-1295 Otto I;
s(PO-09); ½b(PO-13); * 01/01 to 31/08 1279; † 21/12 or 31/12 1344;
Founded the POM_Stettin line of the Greifen lineage, the line became extinct 1464;
Duke of Pomerania from 1279;
Co-ruler with brothers Barnim II and Bogislaw IV to 1295;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1295;

Katharina of Holstein-Plön; † 23/05 1300;

Elisabeth of Holstein; ˆ 20/07 1318 or 1319;
children :
1.   Barnim III (PO-15); * 1300 c.; † 24/08 1368;
2.   Matilde; † 12/07 or 13/07 1332;
   m 20/01 1317 Prince Johann III of Werle zu Goldberg;
PO-15 1300 c. 1344-1368 Barnim III = Barnim the Great;
s(PO-14); * 1300 c.; †24/08 1368;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1344;
He was succeeded by Kasimir III (PO-22);

Agnes of Braunschweig-Grubenhagen; * 1345 c.; m 1345 c.; † before 02/06 1371;
children :
1.   Otto; † 1337;
2.   Kasimir III (PO-22); * 12/06 1348 c.; † 24/08 1372 c.
3.   Swantibor (PO-23); * 1351 c.; † 21/06 1413;
4.   Bogislaw VII; * 1355 c.; † 19/11 1404 c.;
PO-16 1291 1325-1326 Wartislaw IV;
s(PO-13); * 1291; † 31/07 or 01/08 1326 in Stralsund;
Duke og Pomerania-Wolgast from 1309 to 1326;
Got Schlawe and Stolp as fiefs from Brandenburg 1317;
Duke of Pomerania-Rügen from 1326 to 1326;

Elisabeth of Lindau-Ruppin; † 01/02 1350 or 1356; d Ulrich I of L-R.
children :
1.   Bogislaw V (PO-17); * 1316 or 1318; † 07/12 1373;
2.   Barnim IV (PO-18); * 17/07 1317; † 22/08 1365;
3.   Wartislaw V (PO-19); * 01/11 1326 c.; † 1390;
PO-17 1318 1326-1373 Bogislav V = Bogislaw the Great;
s(PO-16); * 1318; † 07/12 1373 or 23/04 1374 or between 16/10 1373 and 24/04 1374;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1326 to 1368;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1368 to 1373 or 1374;

Elisabeth; * 1330-1335; m(1) before 11/07 1343; † 1361;
d Kazimir III the Great of Poland (PVI-85);
children :
1.   Elisabeth; * 1347; † 14/02 1393;
   m 21/05 1363 Emperor Karl IV (Germ. 037), * 14/05 1316; † 29/11 1378;
2.   Kasimir IV (PO-25); * 1351 c.; † 02/01 1377;
3.   (un-named child)
;

Adelheid of Braunschweig-Osterode; * 1341; m(2) 1362; † 08/05 1406;
children :
4.   Wratislaw VII (PO-26); * 1362 c.; † 24/02 1395;
5.   Bogislav VIII (PO-27); * 1364; † 11/02 1418;
6.   Margareta; * 1366; † 12/06 1410;
   m 14/01 1392 Ernest I of Habsburg, * 1377; † 10/06 1424;
7.   Barnim V (PO-29); * 1369; † 16/05 1402;
   Duke of Pomerania-Traburg from 1377 to 1402;
   m Jadwiga of Lithuania; † after 01/12 1405;
PO-18 1317 1326-1365 Barnim IV;
s(PO-16); * 17/07 1317; † 22/08 1365;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast and Rügen from 1326;

Sofie of Werle zu Güstrow; * 1329 c.; m 1343 or 1344; † 05/09 1364; d Prince Johann II of Werle zu Güstrow;
children :
1.   Wartislaw VI (PO-20); * 1345; † 13/06 1394;
2.   Elisabeth; * 1345 c.; † 16/06 1377or as late as 1405;
   m 05/07 1362 Duke Magnus I of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; * 1345 c; † 01/09 1384;
3.   Bogislaw VI (PO-21); * 1350 c.; † 07/03 1393;
PO-19 1326 1326-1390 Wartislaw V "Pater Noster";
s(PPI-05); * 01/11 1326 c.; † 1390;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Rügen from 1326 to 1368;

Anna; m; † 14/03 1399; d Johann I of Mecklenburg-Stargard;
no children ;

Anna is noted as wife of both PO-19 and PO-20, however some sources claim that she never was married to PO-19.
PO-20 1345 1365-1394 Wartislaw VI;
s(PO-18); * 1345; † 13/06 1394;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Rügen from 1365 or 1368;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth from 1377 to 1394;

Anna; * 1346; m 04/04 or 01/10 1363; † 14/03 1399; d Johann I of Mecklenburg-Stargard;
children :
1.   Barnim VI (PO-26b); * 1365; † 22/12 1405;
2.   Sofie; * 1365 c.; † 28/06 1400;
   m 11/11 1388 Duke Heinrich II of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, * 1365; † 14/10 1416;
3.   Wartislaw VIII (PO-26a); * 1373; † 20/08 or 23/08 1415;
4.   Anna; † after 1388;
PO-21 1350 1365-1393 Bogislaw VI;
s(PO-18); * 1350 c.; † 07/03 1393;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1365 or 1368;

Jutta; m(1) 1377 c.; † 1388; d Duke Erich II of Saxe-Lauenburg;
children :
1.   Agnes; † after 1397;
   m Konrad of Tannrede-Straussfurt; † After 1433;
2.   Sofie; * 1380 c.; † after 1408;
   m(1) 1396 Duke Erich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; † 26/07 1397;
   m(2) Prince Niklot V of Mecklenburg -Güstrow; † 21/8 1408 or 1418;

Agnes of Braunschweig-Lüneburg; m(2) 1391; † 22/12 1434; d Magnus II Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg;
no children ;
PO-22 1348 1368-1372 Kasimir III = Casimir III;
s(PO-15) b(PO-23 and 24); * 12/06 1348 c.; † 24/08 1372 c.;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1368;

unmarried;
PO-23 1351 1372-1413 Swantibor I;
s(PO-15) b(PO-22 and 24); * 1351 c.; † 21/06 1413;
In older sources Swantibor was counted as No. III [Schleinert p.51];
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1372;
Co-ruler first with brother Kasimir III, later with Bogislaw VII;
From 1388 Swantibor I and his brother Bogislaw were member of the Teutonic Order = Der Deutsche Orden;

Anne of Hohenzollern; * 1360; m 1374; † 1413;
children :
1.   Otto II (PO-30); * 1380; †27/03 1428;
2.   Albrecht; †29/5 1412;
3.   Kasimir V (PO-31); † 13/04 1435;
4.   Margarete; * 1375 c.; † after 1417;
   m Duke Ulrich I of Mecklenburg-Stargard, † 08/04 1417;
PO-24 Bogislaw VII = Bogislaw the Older;
s(PO-15) b(PO-22 and 23); * 1355 c.; † 19/11 1404 c.;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1372;
Co-ruler with Swantibor I;
PO-25 1351 1373-1377 Kasimir IV;
s(PO-16); * 1351 c.; † 02/01 1377;
Duke of Pomerania-Stargard from 1373;
Also noted as Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1374;

Kenna = Johanna; * 1350; † 27/04 1368; d Olgierd of Lithuania;

Malgorzata of Mazovia; * before 1358; m(2) 1369; † between 1388 and 1409;
no children with neither wife;
PO-26 1362 1373-1395 Wartislaw VII;
s(PO-16) b(PO-27); * 1362 c.; † 24/02 1395 murdered;
Duke of Pomerania-Stolp from 1373;
Also noted as Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1377 to 1395;

Maria; * 1363; m 1380; † 13/05 1402 c.; (Sw028a); d Duke Heinrich III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, † 1384, and Ingeborg, d Valdemar IV Atterdag;
children :
1.   Erik VII of Denmark / Pomerania (PO-26c);
   Also as Erik IX of Sweden 1397-1439, and Erik XIII of Norway 1389-1439;
   Duke of Pomerania-Stolp from 1395 to 1459;

2.   Katharina = Cathrine Sophie; * 1390; † 04/03 or 12/03 1426;
   m 12/08 1407 Duke John, Count Palatine = Pfalzgraf Johann in Neunburg; * 1383; † 13/03 or 14/03 1443; s of Rupert III of Germany;
     They got Christoffer III of Bavaria, king of Denmark;
PO-26a 1373 1393-1415 Wartislaw VIII;
s(PO-20); * 1373; † 20/08 or 23/08 1415;
Duke of Pomerania-Rügen from 1394;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1393;
Co-ruler with Barnim VI (PO-26b);

Agnes of Saxe-Lauenburg; † 1435 c.;
She was regent 1415 to 1417 for son and nephews;
children :
1.   Wartislaw of Rügen; * 1398 c.; † 08/11 1414 or 23/08 1415;
2.   Barnim VIII (PO-36); * 1405; † 15/12 or 19/12 1451;
3.   Swantibor IV of Rügen; * 1408 or 1410; † 12/05 1432 or 11/04 1436;
4.   Sofie = Sophia; † after 17/03 1453;
   m 1426 or 1427 Prince Wilhelm I of Werle; † 07/09 1436;
PO-26b 1365 1394-1405 Barnim VI;
s(PO-20); * 1365; † 22/12 1405;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1393 or 1394;
Co-ruler with brother Wartislaw VIII (PO-26a);

Veronika = Veronica of Hohenzollern; m before or c. 1395; Her relationship is not with certainty determined;
children :
1.   Wartislaw IX (PO-34); * 1400; † 17/04 1457;
2.   Barnim VII (PO-35); * 1403 or 1405; † 21/07 or 20/12 1451;
3.   child;
PO-26c 1382 1449-1459 Erich I = Erik I = Erik VII of Denmark;
s(PO-26); * 1382 c.; † 03/05 1459;
Also as Erik IX of Sweden 1397-1439, and
Erik XIII of Norway 1389-1439;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1449 to 1459;
Philippa; d (018); * 04/07 1394; m 26/10 1406; † 06/01 1430; d Henry IV of England;
Later in life she entered the convent in Vadstena;
no children ;
PO-27 1364 1377-1418 Bogislaw VIII;
s(PO-16) b(PO-26); * 1364; † 11/02 1418;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp-Stargard from 1373;
Also noted as Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1394 or 1395;

Sofia = Sophia; * 1375 c.; m 1398; † 1448;d Heinrich II of Holstein-Rendsburg
= Jernhenrik (Oldenb.O-11-1);
She was regent during her son's minority;
children :
1.   Bogislaw IX (PO-28); * 1407; † 07/12 1446;
2.   Ingeburg; * 1407 c.; † 04/09 1452;
   m Heinrich of Mecklenburg-Stargard; † 00/05 1466;
3.   Adelheid; * 1410; † after 1445;
   m 02/02 1429 Duke Bernhard II of Saxe-Lauenburg; * 1385 c.; † 16/07 1463;
PO-28 1407 1418-1446 Bogislaw IX;
s(PPD-06); * between 1407 and 1410; † 07/12 1446;
Duke of Pomerania-Stargard-Stolp from 1418;

Maria of Poland = Maria of Masovia; * 1410 c.; m 16/05 1433; † 14/02 or 18/02 1454;
She was regent during Erich I's absence;
child :
1.   Anna Sophia; * 1435; m 1451; † 24/08 1494 or 1497;
   m Duke Erik II of Pomerania-Wolgast; * 1425 c.; † 05/07 1474;
2.   Alexandra possible another daughter;
PO-29 1369 1377-1402 Barnim V;
s(PO-17); * 1369; † 16/05 1402;
Duke of Pomerania-Traburg from 1377;
Also noted as Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp-Stargard from 1377;
Co-ruler with Bogislaw VIII to 1402 (PO-27);
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Stolp from 1395;

Hedwig = Jadwig of Lithuania; m 27/09 1396; †after 01/12 1405; d Towtiwil of L.
no children or one child ;
PO-30 1380 1413-1428 Otto II;
s(PO-23); * 1380 c.; † 27/03 1428;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1413;
Co-ruler with brother (PO-31);

Agnes of Mecklenburg-Stargard; m 1411 c.; † before 1467;
no children ;
PO-31 1380 1413-1435 Kasimir V = Casimir V;
s(PO-23); † 12/04 or 13/04 1435;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1413;
Co-ruler with brother (PO-30);

Katarina = Catherine of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Duchesse; m(1) before 1420 or 04/08 1426; † 1429;
children :
1.   Joachim; † 1424 c.;
2.   Joachim I (PO-32); * after 1424; † 08/09 or 29/09 1451;
3.   Anna; † 14/05 1447 or 21/11 1459;
   m 17/09 1436 Duke Johann V of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, (H-08); * 1418; † 1442;


Elisabeth of Braunschweig-Grubenhagen; * 1409; m(2) 1431; † 00/10 1452;
child :
4.   Margareta; † after 13/04 1464;
   m Albrecht VIII of Ruppin-Lindau; * 1405 c.; † 30/08 1459 or 1460;
PO-32 1444 1451-1464 Joachim I = Joachim the Younger;
s(PO-31); * after 1424; † 08/09 or 29/09 1451;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1435;

Elisabeth of Brandenburg-Ansbach; * 1425; m 29/09 1440; † after 31/01 1465;
child :
1.   Otto III (PO-33); * 29/05 1444; † 08/09 or 10/09 1464;
PO-33 1424 1451-1464 Otto III;
s(PO-32); * 29/05 1444; † 08/09 or 10/09 1464;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1451;
Elector Frederick II of Brandenburg was regent for his nephew during his minority;
Otto was declared of age 1460;

unmarried;
PO-34 1400 1405-1457 Wartislaw IX;
s(PO-26b); * 1400; † 17/04 1457;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1405;
Co-ruler with brother Barnim VII (PO-35);
Founded the Greifswald University 1456;

Sophie of Sachsen-Lauenburg; * 1395 c.; m 1420; † 1462;
children :
1.   Elisabeth; * 1420 c.; † 07/04 1473; abbess in Bergen, Rügen;
2.   Christopher; † young;
3.   Erich II (PO-37); * 1425; † 05/07 1474;
4.   Wartislaw X (PO-38); * 1435 c.; † 17/12 1478;
PO-35 1403 1417-1450 Barnim VII = Barnim the Older;
s(PO-26b); * 1403 or 1405; † 21/07 or 20/12 1451;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1417 and 1425;
Co-ruler with brother Wartislaw IX (PO-34);

unmarried ;
PO-36 1405 1425-1451 Barnim VIII = Barnim the Younger;
s(PO-26a); * 1405 or 1407; † 15/12 or 20/12 1451;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth-Rügen from 1415;

Agnes = Anna of Wunstorf; † 1451 c.;
child :
1.   Agnes; * 1434; † 09/05 1512;
   m(1) 09/02 1449 Friedrich I of Altmark-Priegnitz = Frederick III of Brandenburg "The Fat"; * 1425 c.; † 06/10 1463;
   m(2) 1478 or 1479 Georg II of Anhalt-Zerbst / Dessau; * 1456; † 25/04 1509;
PO-37 1425 1457-1474 Erich II;
s(PO-34); * 1425; † 05/07 1474 of the plague;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1457;
Co-ruled with brother Wartislaw X from 1457;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1464;

Anna Sophie of Pomerania-Stolp; * 1435; m 1451; † 24/08 1494 or 1497;
Only heiress to POM-Stolp; d Bogislaw IX (PO-28);
twelve children :
1.   Bogislaw X (PO-39); * 03/07 1454; † 05/10 1523;
2.   Kasimir VII; 1435 c.; † 08/09 or 15/09 1474;
3.   Wartislaw; † 1475;
4.   Barnim; † 1474;
5.   Elisabeth; † 22/10 1516 c.; became a nun;
6.   Sophie; * 1458 c.; †26/05 1504;
   m 29/05 1478 Duke Magnus II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, * 01/01 1441; † 20/11 1503;
7.   Margareta; † 27/03 1526;
   m 1484 Balthasar I of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, * 1451; † 22/12 1507;
8.   Katharina; * 1465; † 1526;
   m 01/08 1486 Heinrich I of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Wolfenburg line, * 14/06 1463; † 23/06 1514;
9.   Marie; † 1512; became a nun;

Dispute: He may first or in stead of Anna Sophie in 1451 have married Margareta of Mecklenburg-Stargard †after 1451;
PO-38 1435 1457-1478 Wartislaw X;
s(PO-34); * 1435 c.; † 17/12 1478;
Duke of Pomerania-Rügen from 1457;

Elisabeth of Brandenburg-Ansbach; * 1425; m(1) 05/03 1454; † after 13/01 1465;
children :
1.   Svantibor; * 1454 c.; † 03/05 1464 c.
2.   Ertmar; 1455 c.; † 03/05 1464 c.;

Magdalene of Mecklenburg-Stargard; m(2) 25/11 1475; † 02/04 1532;
no children;
PO-39 1454 1474-1478 Bogislaw X the Great;
s(PO-37); * 03/07 1454; † 05/10 1523;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1474 to 1478;
Duke of Pomerania from 1478;

Marguerite = Margarethe; m(1) 20/09 1477 c.; † 1489; d Friedrich II of Brandenburg;
no children or one child :
1.   Barnim; † young; (He could be Anna's child);

Anna of Poland; * 12/03 1476; m(2) 02/02 1491; † 12/08 1503;
children ;
2.   Anna; * 1492; † 25/04 1550;
   m 05/06 1515 Duke Georg I of Brieg; * 1481 or 1483; † 30/05 1521;
3.   Georg I (PO-40); * 11/04 1493; † 09/05 or 10/05 1531;
4.   Kasimir; * 28/04 1494; † 19/10 1518;
5.   Sophie; * 1489; † 13/05 1568;
   m 09/10 1518 King Frederik I of Denmark; * 07/10 1471; † 10/04 1533;
6.   Barnim IX (PO-42) ; * 02/12 1501; † 02/11 1573;
7.   Otto; * 1503; † 1518 c.;
8.   Elisabeth(* cannot be later then August 1503); † 27/05 1518;
PO-40 1493 1523-1531 Georg I;
s(PO-39); * 11/04 1493; †09/05 or 10/05 1531;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1523;

Amalia of Wittelsbach;
; * 25/07 1490; m(1) 22/05 1513; † 06/01 1524; d. Electoral Prince Philipp
children :
1.   Bogislaw XI (PO-41); * 21/03 1514;
2.   Philip I (PO-43); * 14/05 or 14/07 1515 or 1516; † 14/02 1560;
3.   Margarete; * 1518; † 24/06 1569;
   m 09/10 1547 Duke Ernst V of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, 17/12 1518; † 02/04 1567;

Margarete of Hohenzollern; * 29/09 1511 m(2) 06/01 1530; † 1577;
child :
4.   Georgia; * 28/09 or 28/11 1531; † 1574;
   m Count Stanislav of Labiszyn Latalski, † 11/12 1598;
PO-41 1514 1514-1514 Bogislaw XI;
s(PO-40); * 1514; † 1514;
Duke of Pomerania. He never reigned but is counted in the line;
PO-42 1501 1523-1569 Barnim IX = Barnim the Pious;
By some sources counted as number XI.
s(PO-39); * 02/12 1501; † 02/11 1573;
Duke of Pomerania from 1523 to 1531
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1531 to 1569;
Abdicated 1569 and gave the title to his grand nephew Johann Frederick (PO-46);

Anna of Braunschweig-Lüneburg;
; * 06/12 1502; m 06/11 1523; † 06/09 1568;
children :
1.   Marie; * 02/02 1527; † 19/02 1554;
   m 1544 Count Otto IV of Schauenburg-Pinneburg, * 1517; † 21/12 1576;
2.   Dorotea; * 07/02 1528; † 04/06 1558;
   m 1555 Count Johann of Mansfeld-Hinterort, † 03/03 1567;
3.   Alexandra; † young;
4.   Eliabeta = Elisabeth; * 1537; † 1554 c.;
5.   Anna; * 05/02 1531; † 13/10 1592;
   m(1) 16/05 1557 Karl of Anhalt-Zerbst, * 17/11 1534; † 04/03 or 04/05 1561;
   m(2) 1562 Heinrich IV of Plauen and Count of Meissen, *29/12 1536; † 22/01 1572;
   m(3) 1574 Count Jobst II of Barby-Mühlingen, * 08/05 1544; † 09/08 1609;
6.   Sibilla = Sibylla; * 25/04 1541; † 21/09 1564;
7.   Bogislaw XII (PO-44); * 1542 (uncertain); † 1542;
PO-43 1515 1531-1560 Philip I the Pious;
s(PO-40); 14/05 or 14/07 1515 or 1516; † 14/02 1560;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1531;

Maria of Sachsen; * 15/07 1515; m 25/02 1536; † 07/01 1583; d Johann der Beständigen;
ten children :
1.   Georg; * 13/02 1540; † 16/11 1544;
2.   Johann Friederich I (PO-46); * 27/8 1542; † 09/02 1600;
3.   Bogislaw XIII (PO-47); * 09/08 1544; † 07/03 1606;
4.   Ernst Ludwig = Ernest Louis (PO-45); * 02/11 1545; † 17/06 1592;
5.   Amalie = Amelia; * 28/01 1547; † 16/09 1580;
6.   Barnim X (PO-48); * 15/02 1549; † 01/09 1603;
7.   Erich; * 22/08 1551; † 12/12 or 13/12 1551;
8.   Margarete; * 06/03 1553; † 0//09 1581;
   m 26/12 1574 Duke Franz II of Sachsen-Lauenburg, * 10/08 11547; † 02/07 1619;
10.   Anna; * 18/09 1554; † 10/09 1626;
   m 09/12 1598 Duke Ulrich III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, * 22/04 1528; † 14/03 1603;
9.   Kasimir, bishop of Cammin from 1574; * 22/03 1557; † 10/05 1605; ‡ Stettin;
Kasimir became bishop and regent of the Cammin See. He quarrelled with several authorities and neighbours and liked fishing and drinking better than ruling. In 1602 he left the government and title of bishop to his nephew Franz (PO-51) and got as appanage Rügenwalde and Bütow;
PO-44 1542 - Bogislaw XII;
s(PO-42); * 27/08 1542 c.; † 1542;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin;
He never reigned, but he counts as No. XII.
PO-45 1545 1560-1592 Ernest Louis I the Fair = Ernst Ludwig I;
s(PO-43); b(PO-46 + 47); * 02/11 or 20/11 1545; † 17/06 1592; ‡ Wolgast Petrikirche;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1560;
Co-ruler with his brothers;
In his last years he generously funded new building at Greifswald University;

Sophia Hedwige = Sophie Hedwig; * 01/12 1561; m 20/10 1577; † 30/01 1631; d Duke Julius of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel;
children :
1. Johanna Maria; * 19/03 1579; † 16/04 1606;
2. Elisabeth Magdalena; * 14/06 1580; † 23/02 1569; suffered late in life from mental disease;
   m 14/03 1600 Duke Friedrich I of Kettler, * 25/11 1569; † 17/08 1639;
3. Philip Julius I (PO-49); * 27/12 1584; † 06/02 1625;
PO-46 1542 1560-1569 Johann Friedrich I = John Frederick the Strong;
s(PO-43); b(PO-45 + 47 + 48); * 27/08 1542; † 05/02 or 09/02 1600;
Duke of Pomerania Wolgast from 1560;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1569;
Co-ruler with his brothers;

Erdmuthe of Brandenburg; * 26/06 1561; m 17/02 1577; † 13/11 1623;
no children ;
PO-47 1544 1560-1606 Bogislaw XIII;
s(PO-43); b(PO-45 + 46 + 48); * 09/08 1544; † 07/03 1606;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1560 to 1569;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth from 1569 to 1603;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1603;
Co-ruler with his brothers;
Klara = Clara of Braunschweig-Lüneburg;* 01/01 1550; m(1) 08/09 1572; † 26/01 1598;
children :
  1.   Clara Maria; * 10/07 1574; † 19/02 1623;
  m(1) 07/10 1593 Duke Sigmund August of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, * 11/11 1561; † 05/09 1603;
  m(2) 13/12 1607 Duke August I of Braunschweig-Lüneburg, * 10/04 1579; † 17/09 1666;
  2.   Philip II (PO-50); * 28/07 1573; † 03/02 1618;
  3.   Catharine = Katharina; * 18/06 1575; † 02/07 or 11/07 1575;
  4.   Franz I (PO-51); * 27/08 1577; † 27/11 1620;
  5.   Erdmuthe; * 05/04 1578; † 11/07 1583;
  6.   Bogislaw XIV (PO-52); * 31/03 1580; † 10/03 1637;
  7.   Georg (PO-53); * 30/01 1582; † 27/03 1617;
  8.   Johann Ernst; * 24/02 1586; † 01/02 1590;
  9.   Ulrich; * 12/08 1587; † 31/10 1622; Bishop of Cammin from 1618;
10.   Sophia Johanna; * 12/06 1588; † 03/03 1591;
11.   Anna; * 03/10 1590; † 07/06 or 07/07 1660;
   m 04/08 1619 Duke Ernst of Croy, † 07/10 1620;

Anna of Slesvig-Holsten-Sønderborg; * 07/10 1577; m(2) 31/05 1601; † 30/01 1616; d Hans den Yngre;
no children ;
PO-48 1549 1560-1603 Barnim X the Younger;
By some sources counted as No. XII;
s(PO-43); b(PO-45 + 46 + 47); * 15/02 1549; † 01/09 1603; ‡ Stettin;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Rügenwalde (and Bütow) from 1560 (more of an appanage than a duchy);
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin-Rügenwalde from 1569;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1600;
Co-ruler with brothers;

Anna Maria of Brandenburg; * 03/02 1567; m 1581 or 08/01 1582; † 04/11 or 14/11 1618;
no children ;
PO-49 1584 1592-1625 Philip Julius I;
s(PO-45); * 27/12 1584; † 06/02 1625; ‡ Wolgast;
Guardianship for the child after father's death was left to Bogislaw XIII (PO-47), in many ways Philip's mother was the guardian;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast from 1592 to 1603;
Duke of Pomerania-Wolgast-Barth from 1603 to 1625;

Agnes of Brandenburg; * 17/07 1584; m 25/06 1604; † 26/03 1629;
She m(2) 1628 Duke Franz-Karl of Sachsen-Lauenburg. However, she died hust a year later.
no children ;
PO-50 1573 1606-1618 Philip II the Pious;
s(PO-47); b(PO-51 + 52 + 53); * 28/07 or 29/07 1573; † 03/02 1618;
Duke of Pomerania-Barth from 1606;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1606;

Sofia of Slesvig-Holsten-Sønderborg; * 30/05 1579; m 08/03 1607; † 03/06 1658; d Hans den Yngre;
no children :
PO-51 1577 1618-1620 Francis = Franz I;
s(PO-47); b(PO-50 + 52 + 53); * 24/03 or 27/08 1577; † 27/11 1620; ‡ Stettin;
Inherited 1602 title and government of the see of Cammin from his uncle Kasimir;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1618 to 1620;
And gave 1618 the diocese of Cammin to his younger brother Ulrich;

Sophia of Sachsen; * 29/04 1587; m 26/08 1610; † 09/12 1635; ‡ Dresden;
no children :
PO-52 1580 1620-1637 Bogislaw XIV;
s(PO-47); b(PO-50 + 51 + 53); * 31/03 1580; † 10/03 1637;
Duke of Pomerania-Stettin from 1620;
Bisshop of Cammin from 1622;

Elisabeth of Slesvig-Holsten-Sønderborg; * 24/09 1580; m 19/02 1625; † 21/12 1653; d Hans den Yngre;
no children :
PO-53 1582 1603-1617 Georg II;
s(PO-47); b(PO-50 + 51 + 52); * 30/01 1582; † 17/03 or 27/03 1617; ‡ Stettin;
unmarried ;



Sources
Schleinert, Dirk, 2012: Pommerns Herzöge - Die Greifen im Porträt, Hinstorff.
Several genealogies.



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