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King András II & his first wife had five children:

  • 1. MÁRIA ([1204]-Trnovo Autumn 1237). ... m (Jan 1221) as his second wife, IVAN ASEN II Tsar of the Bulgarians, son of IVAN ASEN I "Stari/the Old" or "Belgun/the Bulgar" Tsar of the Bulgarians & his [first or second wife] --- ([1190]-Jun 1241).
  • 2. BÉLA (Nov 1206-3 May 1270). ... He succeeded his father in 1235 as BÉLA IV King of Hungary. - see below.
  • 3. ELISABETH (Bratislava 1207-Marburg 10 Nov 1231, bur Marburg Elisabethenkirche). ... m (1221) LUDWIG IV "der Heilige" Landgraf of Thuringia, son of HERMANN I Landgraf of Thuringia, Pfalzgraf von Sachsen & his second wife Sophie of Bavaria [Wittelsbach] (28 Oct 1200-Otranto 11 Sep 1227).
  • 4. KÁLMÁN (1208-killed in battle Sajó River 11 Apr 1241, bur Dominican church of St Mary Magdalene Čazma). ... m (1214) SALOMEA of Poland, daughter of LESZKO I "Bialy/the White" Prince of Sandomir and Krakow & his wife Gremislava Ingvarovna of Luck and Dorogobuz [Rurikid] ([1211/12]-10 Nov 1268). ...
  • 5. ANDRÁS ([1210/12]-1234). ... Betrothed ([27 Jan 1216/25 Jan 1217], contract broken 1219) to ZABEL of Armenia, daughter of LEO I King of Armenia [Rupenid] & his second wife Sibylle of Cyprus ([1216]-Ked 23 Jan 1252, bur Trazarg). ... m (1221) IELENA Mstislavna, daughter of MSTISLAV Mstislavich "Udaloi" ex-Prince of Novgorod, Prince of Galich & his wife --- of the Kumans. Baumgarten names the wife of András and gives her origin citing sources in support[873]. Prince András & his wife had [one child]:
    • ...

King András II & his second wife had one child:

  • 6. IOLANDA ([1215]-Huesca 12 Oct 1251). ... She was known as VIOLANT in Catalonia. ... m (Barcelona 8 Sep 1235) as his second wife, don JAIME I "el Conquistador" King of Aragon, Conde de Barcelona, son of don PEDRO II King of Aragon & his wife Marie de Montpellier (Montpellier 1 Feb 1208-Valencia 27 Jul 1276, bur Poblet, monastery of Nuestra Señora).

King András II & his third wife had one child:

  • 7. ISTVÁN (posthumously Swabia 1236-Venice 1271 shortly after 10 Apr). The Annales S. Iustinæ Patavino record that "Beatrix regina" left Hungary "gravida" after her husband died and later gave birth "in Alemaniam" to "filium…Stephanum"[880]. He was brought up in Italy. Duke of Slavonia. Patrician of Venice. The Cronica Fratris Salimbene de Adam records that "domnus Stephanus filius regis Hungarie" went to Venice after the death of her first wife and lived and died there "in altissima paupertate et summa miseria"[881]. m firstly (1263) as her second husband, ELISABETTA [Caterina] Traversari, widow of TOMASO de Foliano, legitimated daughter of PAOLO Traversari Patrician of Ravenna & his mistress --- (-[1264], bur Ravenna St Vitalis). The Annales S. Iustinæ Patavino record the marriage in 1262 of "Stephanus…Andree regis Ungarie et nobilis regine Beatricis generosa propago" and "Traversarium filiam Guielmi filii Pauli Traversarii, civis Ravennatis nobilissimi"[882]. Giovanni di Musso´s Chronicon Placentinum records that "Andreæ Regi Hungariæ…filium…Stephanum" married "neptem Pauli Traversarii de Ravenna"[883]. The Cronica Fratris Salimbene de Adam refers to "Paulus Traversarius…filium habuit…filia non legitime nata", her legitimation by Pope Innocent IV, her first marriage to "domno Thomasio de Foliano…de Regio", her second marriage to "domnus Stephanus filius regis Hungarie", and her death and burial in "ecclesia sancti Vitalis in Urtien apud Ravennam"[884]. The primary source which confirms her name has not so far been identified. m secondly TOMASINA Morosini, daughter of MICHELE Sbarra Morosini Patrician of Venice & his wife --- (-end 1300). The Chronicon Dubnicense records that "Stephanus" fled Ravenna for Venice where he married "vir quidam civis Venetensis civitatis…filiam"[885]. Giovanni di Musso´s Chronicon Placentinum records that "Andreæ Regi Hungariæ…filium…Stephanum" married secondly "Thomaxinam sororem Albertini Moresini"[886]. Duke István & his first wife had one child:
    • a) [ISTV%C3%81N] (1264-young). The Cronica Fratris Salimbene de Adam refers to, but does not name, the son of "domnus Stephanus filius regis Hungarie" & his first wife who died young[887].
  • Duke István & his second wife had one child:
    • b) ANDRÁS (Venice [1265/70]-Ofen 14 Jan 1301, bur Ofen Minoritenkirche). ... He was elected to succeed in 1290 by the Hungarian nobles as ANDRÁS III "the Venetian" King of Hungary, crowned by the archbishop. ... Betrothed (6 Jun 1286) to CLARA EUPHEMIA von Görz, daughter of ALBRECHT [II] Graf von Görz & his first wife Euphemia von Glogau [Piast]. ... m firstly ([19 Aug/24 Sep] 1290) FENENNA of Kujavia, daughter of ZIEMOMYSŁ Prince of Kujavia [Piast] & his wife Salome von Pommerellen ([1276]-[1295]). ... m secondly (Vienna 13 Feb 1296) AGNES von Habsburg, daughter of ALBRECHT I Duke of Austria [later King of Germany] & his wife Elisabeth von Görz-Tirol (18 May 1281-Königsfelden 10 Jun 1364, bur Königsfelden). ... András III & his first wife had one child:
      • ...
  • István Duke of Slavonia had two illegitimate children, shown in Europäische Stammtafeln[904] although the primary source on which this is based has not so far been identified:
    • c) son. 1271.
    • d) son. 1271.

Andrew III of Hungary

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He was born in Venice, the grandson of Andrew II of Hungary (reigned 1205-35), being the only son of Andrew II's youngest and posthumous son (possibly illegitimate), Stephen, Duke of Slavonia who was born of the old king's third marriage with Beatrice d'Este. His mother was Tomasina Morosini, descendant of a Venetian patrician family.