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1. Title:   Ancestor of ....
Page:   Fred Gwynne
Text:   Ancestor of
2. Title:   Descendant of.....
Page:   Charlemagne
Text:   Descendant of......
3. Title:   Ancestry of Meriwether Lewis (Explorer)
Note:   One half of the team of 'Lewis & Clark' that mapped out th
Note continued:   e Pacific Northwest.
4. Title:   [Ancestry of Mark Willis Ballard]
Page:   Maternal Lineage
Text:   Ancestry of Mark Willis Ballard
5. Title:   Ancestry of Fred Gwynne
Page:   Herman Munster of the TV Sitcom "The Munsters"

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a. Note:   NI160112
Note:   Duke Frederick of Bavaria (1339?4 December 1393), (German: Friedrich , Herzog von Bayern) was Duke of Bavaria from 1375. He was a son of Stephen II and Elizabeth of Sicily. From 1375 to 1392 he ruled with his brothers Stephen III and John II and managed to administrate the richest part of the duchy, Lower Bavaria-Landshut which he also kept after the division of Bavaria among the brothers in 1392. Frederick was an advisor of King Wenceslaus in legal affairs and a favorable candidate for the king's succession when he died at Budweis already in 1393. He was succeeded in Bavaria-Landshut by his son Henry. [edit] Family and children He was married two times. First, 1360 with Anna of Neuffen, daughter of Berthold VII of Neuffen. In this marriage he had only daughter, Elisabeth (Isabella) (1361?17 January 1382), married to Marco Visconti. Secondly, he married 2 September 1381 with Maddalena Visconti, daughter of Bernabo Visconti and Beatrice della Scala. They children were: 1. Henry XVI the Rich (1386?1450). 2. Johann, died young. 3. Elisabeth (1383?13 November 1442, Ansbach), married to Frederick I, Margrave of Brandenburg. 4. Margareta (b. 1384), died young. 5. Magdalene (1388?1410), married 1404 to Count Johann Meinhard VII of G?rz.


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