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Queen Ingeborg Eriksdatter af Danmark

Danish: Dronning af Norge Ingeborg Eriksdatter, Norwegian: Dronning Ingeborg Eriksdotter av Norge
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Birthplace: København, Region Hovedstaden, Denmark
Death: March 26, 1287 (38-47)
Bergen, Hordaland, Norge (Norway)
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Daughter of Erik IV Plovpenning, Konge af Danmark; King Erik IV Plowpenny and Jutta von Sachsen, Queen Consort of Denmark
Wife of Magnus VI Haakonsson, king of Norway
Mother of prins Olav Magnusson +; prins Magnus +; Kong Eric Magnusson av Norge; Prinsesse Kristina Magnusdotter de Graham, av Norge and Håkon V Magnusson, king of Norway
Sister of prins Christoffer Eriksen +; Sophia of Denmark; prins Knud Eriksen + and Agnes Eriksdatter of Denmark
Half sister of Sophie Gyldenstjerne

Occupation: Dronning: Norge, Norsk drottning, Dronning, Den eneste dronning som har regjert over både Norge, Danmark og Sverige, Drottning í Noregi, Prinsesse av Danmark, Dronning av Norge, Norsk drottning 1263-80, Abbedissa, Norsk Dronning, Drottning av Norge
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About Queen Ingeborg Eriksdatter af Danmark

Ingeborg Eriksdatter Of Denmark

  • Daughter of Erik IV Plovpenning, Konge af Danmark and Jutta von Sachsen, Queen of Denmark
  • Birth: 1244 Denmark
  • Death: 26 Mar 1287

Project MedLands, Norway Kings

MAGNUS, son of HAAKON den Gamle/the Old King of Norway & his wife Margret Skulesdatter (Tønsberg 1 May 1238-Bergen 9 May 1280, bur Bergen, St Olav's Abbey). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1238 of "Magnus rex Haqvini filius"[573]. He succeeded his brother in 1257 as MAGNUS IV "Lagabøte/Lagabæter/the Law-reformer" Joint King of Norway, jointly with his father, sole king from his father's death in 1263. The Icelandic Annals record that "Rex Haqvinus" named "filio suo Magno" as king in 1257[574]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "VII Id Mar" in 1280 of "rex Magnus bonus Haqvini filius", adding that he introduced "leges et jura civila" and was therefore called "Magnus Legum restaurator"[575]. m (Bergen 11 Sep 1261) INGEBORG of Denmark, daughter of ERIK IV "Pflugpfennig" King of Denmark & his wife Jutta von Sachsen ([1244]-24/26 Mar 1287). The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1261 of "Rex Magnus" and "Ingeborgam filiam sancti Erici Valdemari filii Danorum regis"[576]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1287 of "Regina Ingeburga Erici filia"[577].

King Magnus IV & his wife had four children:

  • 1. OLAV (Bergen 1262-15 Mar 1267). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.
  • 2. MAGNUS (b and d 1264). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.
  • 3. ERIK Magnusson (1268-Bergen 13 Jul 1299, bur Bergen, Christ's Church). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1268 of "Ericus Magni regis filius"[578]. He succeeded in 1273 as ERIK Joint King of Norway, jointly with his father, sole king after his father's death in 1280. The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "VI Non Jul" in 1280 of "Ericus rex filius eius" who succeeded after the death of "rex Magnus bonus Haqvini filius"[579]. Claimant to the throne of Scotland in 1291, 13th in order on the Great Roll of Scotland. The Liber Pluscardensis records that "regis Norouwegiæ" claimed the Scottish throne "ascendens…ad successionem filiæ suæ Margaretæ"[580]. "Eirikr Magnus…Noreghs konongr son Magnus konongs" donated property to St Olav's church, Nidaros by charter dated 25 Nov 1297[581]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "III Id Jul" in 1299 of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[582]. m firstly (Bergen Sep 1281) MARGARET of Scotland, daughter of ALEXANDER III "the Glorious" King of Scotland & his first wife Joan of England (Windsor Castle 28 Feb 1261-Tönsberg 9 Apr 1283, bur Bergen, Christ's Church). The Continuator of Florence of Worcester names " Margaretæ filiæ Alexandri regis Scotiæ et Margaretæ reginæ filiæ Henrici regis Anglorum" as wife of "Irici regis Norwegiæ"[583]. The Extracta ex Cronicis Scocie records the marriage in 1281 of "Margareta filia regis Alexandri" and "Hanigo, Henrico vocato, regi Noricorum"[584]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1281 of "Ericus Norvegiæ rex" and "dominam Margaretham Alexandri Scotorum regis filiam"[585]. John of Fordun´s Scotichronicon (Continuator) records the death "V Id Apr" in 1283 of "domina Margareta Noricorum regina" leaving "unicam filiam…Margaretam"[586]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "Tunsbergis" in 1283 of "Margareta regina…filia Alexandri Scotorum regis"[587]. She died in childbirth. m secondly (Bergen before 25 Sep 1293) ISABEL Bruce, daughter of ROBERT Bruce Lord of Annandale Earl of Carrick & his first wife Margaret Ctss of Carrick (-1358). The Chronicle of Lanercost records the marriage "post festum sancti Martini" in 1293 of "filia comitis Roberti de Carrich" and "regi Norwagiæ Magno"[588]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1293 of "Ericus rex Norvegiæ" and "Isabellam filiam domini Rodberti filii Rodberti, comitis Brunsvicensis"[589]. A charter dated 25 Sep 1293 records articles delivered to "Lady Isabella de Brus, Queen of Norway"[590].

King Erik & his first wife MARGARET of Scotland had one child:

  • a) MARGARETA Eriksdatter (Tönsberg before 9 Apr 1283-on board ship off Orkney May or [26 Sep] 1290, bur Bergen, Christ's Church). John of Fordun´s Scotichronicon (Continuator) records the death "V Id Apr" in 1283 of "domina Margareta Noricorum regina" leaving "unicam filiam…Margaretam"[591]. Acknowledged as heir to the throne by the magnates of Scotland in Feb 1284, she succeeded her grandfather in 1286 as MARGARET Queen of Scotland, although her succession was considered provisional depending whether her grandfather's widow was pregnant. Six guardians of the realm were elected, William Fraser Bishop of St Andrews, Duncan Earl of Fife, John Comyn of Buchan, John Comyn of Badenoch, Robert Bishop of Glasgow and James High Steward of Scotland[592]. Negotiations for her return from Norway were preceded by the Treaty of Salisbury 9 Nov 1289 under which Edward I King of England confirmed that the government of the guardians in Scotland should be obeyed. The dispensation for the marriage of “Edwardo nato...Edvardi regis Angliæ” and “Margareta nata...Erici Norwegiæ regis, neptis...regis Scotiæ”, dated 16 Nov 1289, records the 3o consanguinity between the parties[593]. The Treaty of Birgham Jul 1290 confirmed the Queen's betrothal and that Scotland would retain its independence after the marriage took place[594]. The Chronicle of John of Fordun (Continuator - Annals) records the betrothal between "Edward I king of England…Edward his son and heir" and "Margaret the daughter of the king of Norway…the true heiress of Scotland" in 1290[595]. The Continuator of Florence of Worcester records the death in Orkney of "Margareta filia Irici regis Norwegiæ et Margaretæ filiæ Alexandri regis Scotiæ et Margaretæ reginæ filiæ Henrici regis Anglorum", adding that she was betrothed to "Eadwardo regis Eadwardi filio"[596]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1290 of "virgo Margareta filia Erici regis Norvegiæ"[597]. Queen Margaret's premature death plunged Scotland into a succession crisis, during which thirteen rival claimants to the throne emerged. King Edward I intervened more forcibly in Scottish affairs, acquiring the right to reappoint the guardians 11 Jun 1291 after which he became effective direct ruler of Scotland[598]. The choice of the new ruler was submitted in Aug 1291 to a specially appointed court, Robert Bruce and John Balliol emerging as leading candidates, the final judgment 17 Nov 1292 favouring the latter. Betrothed (Birgham Jul 1290) to EDWARD Prince of Wales, son of EDWARD I King of England & his first wife Infanta doña Leonor de Castilla (Caernarvon Castle 25 Apr 1284-murdered Berkeley Castle, Gloucestershire 21 Sep 1327, bur Gloucester Cathedral). He succeeded his father in 1307 as EDWARD II King of England.

King Erik & his second wife ISABEL Bruce had one child

  • b) INGEBORG Eriksdatter (1297-after 1353). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1297 of Ingiburga filia Erici regis [599]. The Icelandic Annals record the betrothal in 1300 of filia Erica regis and Jonæ filio Magni comiti de Orcadibus [600]. The Annales Lubicenses refer to the wife of Waldemarus [dux] as filiam Erici quondam regis Norwegiæ [601]. Betrothed (1300) JOHN Earl of Caithness, son of MAGNUS Earl of Caithness & his wife --- (-before 28 Oct 1312). m (Oslo 29 Sep 1312) as his second wife, VALDEMAR Magnusson Duke of Finland, son of MAGNUS Ladulås King of Sweden [Folkunga%C3%A4tten] & his wife Hedwig von Holstein (-murdered Nyköping Castle Feb 1318, bur Stockholm, Storkyrka).
  • 4. HAAKON Magnusson (Tönsberg [10 Apr] 1270-Tönsberg 8 May 1319, bur Oslo, Maria Church). The Icelandic Annals record the birth "Tunsbergis" in 1270 of "Haqvinus Magni regis filius"[602]. Duke of Norway 1273. "Hakon…Noregs hertoge, son Magnuser konongs" issued a charter dated 12 May 1292[603]. He succeeded his brother in 1299 as HAAKON V King of Norway. The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[604]. "Hakon…Noregs konongr son Magnus konongs" donated property to the church of Stavanger by charter dated 1 Jun 1300[605]. The Icelandic Annals record the death "VIII Id Mai" in 1319 of "Haqvinus Magni filius…rex"[606]. m firstly ([1295/97]) ISABELLE de Joigny, daughter of JEAN [I] Comte de Joigny & his wife Marie de Mercœur ([- 1295/97]). The Chronicle of Lanercost records that "rex Norwagiæ…frater" married "filiam comitis de Clermunth"[607]. The marriage contract between "Maria comitissa Jugniaci…Ysabellim filiam nostram" and "Hatuinum ducem Norwegiæ germanum…E. Norwegiæ regis" is dated Nov 1295[608]. m secondly (early 1299) EUPHEMIA von Rügen, daughter of WIZLAW II Fürst von Rügen & his wife Agnes von Braunschweig (-1 May 1312). The Icelandic Annals record the coronation "in festo omnium sanctorum" in 1299 of "Haqvinus dux frater eius…cum Euphemia regina…[filia] comitis Vindlandiæ" after the death of "dominus Ericus rex Norvegiæ Magni filius"[609]. The testament of "Wizlavus senior Ruyanorum princeps", dated 27 Dec 1302, names "…domine regine Norwegie filie mee…", appoints "filium meum…dominum Haquinum regem Norwegie…dominum Ericum ducem Suecie et dominos Waldemarum ducem Suecie ac Ericum ducem Langlandie nepotes meos" as executors, in the presence of "domino Haquino rege et domina Eufemia regina Norwegie, dominis Erico duci Suecie et Iacobo comiti Hallandie"[610]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1312 of "Euphemia regina Haqvini regis Norvegiæ"[611].

King Haakon V & his second wife EUPHEMIA von Rügen had one child:

  • a) INGEBORG Haakonsdatter (1301-17 Jun after 1360). The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1301 of "domicella Ingeborga, filia regis Haqvini"[612]. The Icelandic Annals record the betrothal in 1302 of "dux Ericus" and "domicellam Ingiburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[613]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1311 of "Dux Ericus in Suecia" and "domicellam Ingeburgam filiam Haqvini regis"[614]. The Annales Lubicenses refer to the wife of "Ericus [dux]" as "filiam Haquini regis Norwegiæ"[615]. By her first husband she was ancestress of subsequent Kings of Norway and Sweden. m firstly (Betrothed 1302, 29 Sep 1312) ERIK Magnusson Duke of Sweden, son of MAGNUS Lådulas [Folkunge] King of Sweden & his wife Hedwig von Holstein ([1282]-murdered Nyköping Castle Feb 1318, bur Stockholm, Storkyrka, transferred 1322 to Uppsala Cathedral). m secondly ([21 Jun] 1327) KNUT Porse Duke of South Halland, son of PETER Knudsen Porse (-murdered Copenhagen 30 May 1330).

King Haakon V had one illegitimate child by an unknown mistress: b) AGNES Haakonsdatter. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1302 of "Hafthorerus domini Johannis Rufi filius" and "Agnesam Haqvini regis filiam"[616]. She must have been illegitimate as there is no record of having made a dynastic betrothal unlike her younger half-sister. m (1302) HAFTHOR Jonsson [Roos], son of Baron JON Ivarsson Raud [Roos] & his wife --- (-[1320/21]). Knight in the Norwegian royal council. Syslaman in Romerike.


'Source- Project MedLands, Norway Kings - http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORWAY.htm#MagnusIVdied1280A

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Queen Ingeborg Eriksdatter af Danmark's Timeline

1244
1244
København, Region Hovedstaden, Denmark
1262
1262
Norway
1264
1264
Norway
1268
January 7, 1268
Tonsberg, Oslofjord, Vestfold, Norway
1270
April 10, 1270
Tønsberg, Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway
1270
Norge
1287
March 26, 1287
Age 43
Bergen, Hordaland, Norge
1287
Age 43
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