Family of Jogaila

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This page describes relatives of Jogaila, who was Grand Duke of Lithuania, and, known under the name Wladyslaw II Jagiello, king of Poland. Family relations up to two generations before him, and three generations after him are mentioned.

Family tree (grandparents to children)[edit]

Gediminas
b. ca. 1275
d. 1341
Jewna
b. ca. 1280
d. 1344
Alexander I of Tver
b. 1301
d. 22 X 1339
Anastasia of Halych
         
     
  Algirdas
b. ca. 1296
d. maj 1377
Ulianna of Tver
b. ca. 1330
d. 1392
     
   
1
Jadwiga I of Poland
b. 1374
d. 17 VII 1399
OO   18 II 1386
2
Anna of Cili
b. 1380/81
d. 21 I 1416
OO   29 I 1402
Władysław II Jagiełło
b. ca. 1351
d. 1 VI 1434
3
Elżbieta Pilecka
b. 1372
d. 12 V 1420
OO   2 V 1417
4
Sophia of Halsany
b. ca. 1405
d. 21 IX 1461
OO   7 II 1422
                   
   1    2    4    4    4
Elżbieta Bonifacja
 b. 22 VI 1399
 d. 13 VII 1399
 
Jadwiga
 b. 8 IV 1408
 d. 8 XII 1431
 
Władysław III
 b. 31 X 1424
 d. 10 XI 1444
 
Kazimierz
 b. 16 V 1426
 d. 2 III 1427
 
Kazimierz IV
 b. 30 XI 1427
 d. 7 VI 1492
 

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Half-brothers:

Brothers:

Sisters[edit]

Sons[edit]

Daughters[edit]

Genealogical tree (rulers of the Jagiellon dynasty)[edit]

The Jagiellon dynasty started with Jogaila and had four generations of rulers, who ruled in several European countries:

Jagiellon Genealogy.png

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tęgowski J. Który Konstanty — Olgierdowic czy Koriatowic — był przodkiem kniaziów Czartoryskich? // Europa Orientalis. — Toruń, 1996. — S. 53-59.