Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg
|Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg|
|Spouse(s)||Eric II, Duke of Schleswig|
|Noble family||House of Schauenburg|
|Father||Henry I, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg|
|Mother||Helwig of Bronckhorst|
Adelaide of Holstein-Rendsburg (died January 1350), Countess of Schauenburg, was the daughter of Count Henry I and his wife, Helwig of Bronckhorst. One source gives her birthdate as 1299 in Rendsburg, Rendsburg-Eckernforde, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
In 1313, Adelaide married Duke Eric II of Schleswig (1288-1325). They had two children:
- Valdemar III (1314–1364), King of Denmark 1326–1329, Duke of Schleswig as Valdemar V 1325–1326 and 1330–1364.
- Helvig of Schleswig (d. 1374), married Valdemar IV, King of Denmark
Both her son and her son-in-law became King of Denmark.
- "Adelaide, of Holstein-Rendsburg". We Relate. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
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