Anna (Jagiellonka) Jagiello
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Anna (Jagiellonka) Jagiello (1523 - 1596)

Queen Anna "Queen of Poland, Grand Duchess of Lithuania" Jagiello formerly Jagiellonka aka Báthory
Born in Krakow, Polandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1 May 1576 [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died at age 72 in Warsaw, Masovia, Polandmap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Aug 2011
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Anna (Jagiellonka) Jagiello has Polish Roots.
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Preceded by
Henry de Valois
Queen of Poland, Grand Duchess of Lithuania
15 December 1575 – 18 September 1587
Succeeded by
Sigismund III Vasa



Name: Anne /Jagiellonka/ Queen Consort of Poland
Given Name: Anne
Surname: Jagiellonka
Name Suffix: Queen Consort of Poland
MAR Jagiellonka

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Queen of Poland 1575


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Jagiellonka-1 and Jagiello-5 appear to represent the same person because: all the dates match.
posted by Aleš Trtnik

Rejected matches › Anna Unknown (1525-)

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