Василий Кострома́ Ярославич (1241 - 1276) MP

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Birthplace: Kostroma, Province of Kostroma, Russia
Death: Died in Kostroma, Province of Kostroma, Russia
Occupation: князь костромской, великий князь Владимирский (1272—1276)
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Vasily Yaroslavich

Born: 1241 Died: 1276

Father: Yaroslav II Grand Prince of Vladimir Mother: Fjodosina Igorevna of Ryazan Spouse: Name unknown Issue: (2) Unnamed children, died young

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm

VASILY Iaroslavich (1241-1277, bur Kostroma Church of St Fedor).  He was appointed Prince of Kostroma in 1247 by his uncle Sviatoslav Grand Prince of Vladimir.  He succeeded his brother in 1272 as VASILY Grand Prince of Vladimir.  With Mongol help, he deprived his nephew Dmitry Aleksandrovich of Novgorod in 1273.  He tried to restore Vladimir's authority over Novgorod, which had declined during the reign of his brother Iaroslav.  m (Kostroma 1266) ---.  The name of Vasily´s wife is not known.  Vasily & his wife had two unknamed children, who died young.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasily_of_Kostroma

Vasily Yaroslavich (1241–1276) was one of the least remarkable Grand Dukes of Vladimir. The youngest son of Yaroslav II, he was given Kostroma by his uncle Svyatoslav III in 1246. As the eldest surviving grandson of Vsevolod III, he succeeded to Vladimir in 1272 and to Novgorod the following year. He was one of the first princes who didn't bother to leave their own town (i.e., Kostroma) and settle in Vladimir. His descendants continued to rule Kostroma for half a century after his death in January 1276.

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1241
1241
Kostroma, Province of Kostroma, Russia
1276
1276
Age 35
Kostroma, Province of Kostroma, Russia
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Kostroma, Province of Kostroma, Russia