Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode

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Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode
Spouse(s) Adelaide of Anhalt-Zerbst
Noble family House of Guelph
Father Ernest I, Duke of Brunswick-Grubenhagen
Mother Adelaide of Everstein-Polle
Born c. 1350
Died 1421

Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode (c. 1350-1421) was a son of Duke Ernest I and his wife, Adelaide of Everstein-Polle. In 1361, he succeeded his father as Count of Osterode.

He married Adelaide (d. before 1421), a daughter of John of Anhalt-Zerbst and was the father of Otto II (1396-1452), who succeeded him.

Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode
Born: c. 1350 Died: 1421
Preceded by
Ernest I
Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Count of Osterode

1361-1421
Succeeded by
Otto II