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Canute Valdmarsson, Duke of Estland, Blekinge and Lolland

Danish: Knud Valdemarsøn, Hertug af Lolland, Blekinge og Estland, Swedish: Knut Valdemarsson, Hertig av Estland, Blekinge och Lolland
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Roskilde, Danmark (Denmark)
Death: October 15, 1260 (50-59)
Sorø, Danmark (Denmark)
Place of Burial: Ringsted, Sjælland, Danmark
Immediate Family:

Son of Valdemar II "The Victorious", King of Denmark and Helena Guttormsdatter
Husband of Hedvig Svantepolks de Gdańsk, of Danzig
Father of Cecilie Knutsdotter Skarsholm; Svantepolk Viby Knutsson Knutsson, Skarsholmsätten and Erik Knudsen til Skarsholm
Brother of NN av Valdemar Sejr Skarholm
Half brother of Ingeborg Esbernsdatter Hvide, af Kalundborg; Niels Valdemarsen of Halland; Valdemar den Unge, Konge af Danmark; Erik IV Plovpenning, Konge af Danmark; Sophie Valdemarsdatter af Danmark and 2 others

Occupation: Duke of Estland, Blekinge and Lolland, Hertug
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About Canute Valdmarsson, Duke of Estland, Blekinge and Lolland

Skarsholm slægten (ca 1205 - ca 1433), efterkommere af kong Valdemar Sejr Skarsholm slægtens vaaben Våbenskjold: Tværdelt i blåt og sølv, i 1' felt en gående guld leopard el løve, i 2' felt røde hjerter. På hjelmen leoparden/løven.

Skarsholm slægten stammer fra kong Valdemars Sejrs barn Knud (ca 1205 - 1260) med Esbern Snares enke, og den levede i 6 generationer (ca 1205-1432/34).

De kaldes Skarsholm slægten efter borgen ved Skarresø nær Jyderup, 15 km ø for Kalundborg.

Knut Valdemarsson av Skarsholm (ca 1208 - Oct 15, 1260)

Basics

  • Father: Valdemar Sejr, konge av Danmark
  • Mother: Helena Guttormsdatter, frille (concubine)

Blev 1216 Hertug af Laaland, 1219 Hertug af Estland, blev 1222-23 belejret i Lyndanise af Esterne, 1227 fordrevet fra Estland, 1232 Hertug af Bleking, deltog 1246 i Oprøret mod Kong Erik Plovpenning, blev 1247 sat i Fængsel paa Stegehus, men blev Aaret efter befriet af Lybækkerne, stadfæstede 1250 sin Halvsøster Fru Ingeborgs Gaver til Sorø Kloster, hvortil han selv s. A. gav Gods i Sørninge, ombyttede atter sit blekingske Hertugdømme med Laaland.

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  1. Leo, Nachkommen Gorms des Alten, 1978 , Brenner, S. Otto, Reference: 193.
  2. Leo, ~Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 100; III 391b.
  3. Danmarks Adels Aarbog, Thiset, Hiort-Lorenzen, Bobé, Teisen., (Dansk Adelsforening), [1884 - 2005]., DAA 1916:422.

Hertug (Duke) Knut VALDEMARSEN Denmark, born Bef. 1221 in DENMARK; died October 15, 1260;

married (1) Hedvig [Patronym unkn.] av Brandenburg; married (2) Hertuginne (Dutchess) Ingegerd [Patronym

unkn.] av Pommeren.


Reference Book:

Forsandboka II.58.

Hertug (Duke) Knut Valdemarsen Denmark


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canute,_Duke_of_Revalia

Canute or Knud Valdemarsen (died 1260) was Duke of Revelia, Blekinge and Lolland, a bastard son of King Valdemar II of Denmark. Canute was the son of the king by his concubine, Helena Guttormsdotter, widow of an important Danish nobleman and daughter of the late Guttorm, Riksjarl of Sweden.

His father gave him lands in Estonia as a hereditary duchy in 1219. He was Duke of Reval 1219-23, but was dispossessed. As compensation, he was given Blekinge in 1242, which he held until his death.

Canute supported the younger rebel brothers, Abel and Christopher, against King Eric IV of Denmark in 1247. The king forced him to exchange Blekinge temporarily for Lolland, but Blekinge was soon restored to Canute's possession.

Canute's wife was presumably a Wendic lady, from the ducal House of Pomerelia.

He left two sons: Eric, Duke of Halland (died 1304) and Lord Svantepolk Knudsen (died ca. 1305).

His land of Blekinge, with Lister, was given to his great-grandson lord Knut Folkason in the 1330s by King Magnus VII of Norway. Lord Knut's heirs continued to claim the lordship.


Knut Valdemarsson av Danmark (död 1260), hertig av Reval (Tallinn). Utomäktenskaplig son till Valdemar II Sejr och Guttorm jarls dotter Helena.


Knut Valdemarsson av Danmark (död 1260), hertig av Reval (Tallinn). Utomäktenskaplig son till Valdemar II Sejr och Guttorm jarls dotter Helena.

Barn 

Svantepolk Knutsson

Den här artikeln är hämtad från http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knut_Valdemarsson_av_Danmark

Kategorier: Hertigar | Avlidna 1260


Knut var hertig av Reval. 1246 deltog han i Abels och Christoffers uppror mot Erik Plogpenning.


Knut Valdemarson76, born 1211 in , Denmark; died 126077.

He was the son of Valdemar II, King of Denmark and Barangaria Sanchosdotter. He married of Pomerania Hedwig Est. 1228-125377.

Knut Valdemarsson av Danmark (född cirka 1205, död 1260), hertig av Reval (Tallinn). Utomäktenskaplig son till Valdemar Sejr och Guttorm jarls dotter Helena Guttormsdotter.



Noteringar

Prins i Danmark, hertig i Reval. Född 1211 i Roskilde, Danmark. Död 1260 i Reval. Illegitim son till den danske konungen och den svenske jarlen Guttorms dotter Helena, änka efter den danske stormannen Esbern Snare. Knut dog i Reval (Tallin), dåvarande Danmark.


Hertig av Estland, Blekinge och Lolland

Äger Skarsholm


Hertig av Estland, Blekinge och Lolland
Knud Valdemarsøn (Estridsøn) Hertug af Lolland, Blekinge og Estland

  • Fødsel: circa 1205 Roskilde, Danmark
  • Dødsfald: 15. oktober 1260 (50-59) Sorø, Vestsjalland, Denmark, Sorø, Danmark
  • Begravet i: Sct Bents, Ringsted, Sjælland, Danmark
  • Søn af Valdemar Sejr, Konge af Danmark og Helene Guttormsdatter
  • Gift med Hedevig Svantepolksdatter, von Pomerska Gdansk
  • Far til Cecilie Knutsdotter Skarsholm; Svantepolk Knutsson og Erik Knudsen til Skarsholm
  • Bror til NN av Valdemar Sejr Skarholm
  • Halvbror til Niels Valdemarsen of Halland; Valdemar den Unge, Konge af Danmark; Erik IV Plovpenning, Konge af Danmark; Sophie Valdemarsdatter af Danmark; Abel Valdemarsen, Konge af Danmark; og Kong Christoffer I Valdemarsen