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Yuri Vasilievich Wielki Książę, prince of Uglich

Russian: Юрий Васильевич Wielki Książę, князь Углицкий
Also Known As: "Юрий Васильевич"
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Death: November 25, 1563 (31) (Natural causes)
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Son of Grand prince of Russia Vasily III Ivanovich Ivanovitch, Rurikid and grand princess consort regent of Moscow Elena Vasílievna Glińska
Husband of Ulyana Палецкая, Princess of Palekh
Brother of Tsar of all Russia, Grand Prince of Moscow Ivan IV Vasilyevich, Tsar
Half brother of Kudeyar, epic hero

Occupation: Prince of Uglich
Managed by: Henn Sarv
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About Yuri Vasilievich Wielki Książę, prince of Uglich

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuri_of_Uglich

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/RUSSIA,%20Rurik.htm#_Toc198014312

Iurii Vasilievich (30 Oct 1532-25 Nov 1563). Prince of Uglich. He was deaf and mute. m (3 Nov 1547) Ulyana Dmitrievna Pss Paletzkaia, daughter of Dmitry Fedorevich Prince Paletzkoy & his wife --- (-murdered after 30 Jun 1570). Iurii & his wife had one child: Vasily Iurievich (6 Mar 1559-20 Feb 1560).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuri_Vasilevich_(son_of_Vasili_IIl)

Yuri Vasilievich (Юрий Васильевич) (30 October 1532 – 24 June 1563) of the House of Rurik, was Prince of Uglich, and the second son of Vasily III of Russia and Elena Glinskaya, as well as being the younger brother of Ivan the Terrible. He was born deaf mute, and was thus never considered to be a candidate as heir to the Russian throne.

He was a year and a half old when his father died of a leg abscess, and six when his mother was apparently poisoned. According to letters written by his older brother Ivan, the two children customarily felt neglected and offended by the mighty boyars from the Shuisky and Belsky families. Unlike his brother who spent his spare time in learning theology, Yuri was apparently only interested in food and games. Yuri accompanied his brother during the latters coronation as Tsar, and was later given a private residence with servants. On 16 June 1552, during the Russo-Kazan war, Yuri was given full charge of state affairs while his brother accompanied the army to Kazan. Yuri married in 1558 to Princess Ulyana of Palekh (Paletskaya) and had a son, Vasili, in 1560. The child died 11 months later.

Yuri died three years later from natural causes. His wife was sent to the Novodevichy Convent. Yuri's property was inherited by his elder brother.


He was deaf and mute.

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Yuri Vasilievich Wielki Książę, prince of Uglich's Timeline

1532
October 30, 1532
1563
November 25, 1563
Age 31