Anne of Ostfriesland
Anne of Ostfriesland (Aurich, June 26, 1562 – Neuhaus upon Elbe, April 21, 1621) was the eldest daughter of Edzard II, Count of East Frisia and his wife, Katarina Vasa, daughter of Gustav I of Sweden.
Anne married three times:
- First, on July 12, 1583 in Heidelberg, to the Elector Palatine, Louis VI. He died on October 22 of the same year.
- Second, Anne remarried on December 21, 1585, Ernest Frederick, Margrave of Baden-Durlach. He died April 14, 1604.
- Third, Anne married on March 7, 1617 in Grabow, Julius Henry, later Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg. The duke was 26 years younger than his wife and outlived her by many decades, dying on November 20, 1665.
Anne had no living children by any of her husbands. She was buried in the Church of the Holy Spirit, Heidelberg, but her grave is not preserved.
Anne of East FrisiaBorn: 26 June 1562 in Aurich Died: 21 April 1621 in Neuhaus
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