George II, Duke of Pomerania
|George II, Duke of Pomerania|
30 January 1582|
|Died||27 March 1617
|Buried||Castle Church in Szczecin|
|Noble family||House of Griffins|
|Father||Bogislaw XIII, Duke of Pomerania|
|Mother||Clara of Brunswick|
George II of Pomerania (born 30 January 1582 in Barth; died: 27 March 1617 in Seebuckow, Rügenwalde (after 1945 Bukowo Morskie, Darlowo)) was a non-reigning duke of Pomerania. He administered the district of Rügenwalde from 1606 to 1617 jointly with his brother Bogislaw XIV.
George was a member of the last generation of the ruling House of Griffins in Pomerania. He was born in 1582 as a younger son of Duke Bogislaw XIII and his first wife, Clara of Brunswick. George and his brothers agreed on the division of the inheritance after the death of their father. Following the agreement of 1 October 1606 the eldest brother, Philip II (1573-1618) was the reigning Duke of Pomerania-Stettin, Francis (1577-1620) was a Protestant Bishop of Cammin. George together with his older brother Bogislaw XIV (1580-1637) received the district of Rügenwalde. The youngest brother Ulrich initially received only an annual pension.
- Martin Wehrmann: Genealogie des pommerschen Herzogshauses, Verlag Leon Sauniers Buchhandlung, Szczecin 1937, p. 128.
George II, Duke of PomeraniaBorn: 30 January 1582 Died: 27 March 1617
|Duke of Pomerania-Rügenwalde (Darłowo)
with his brother Bogislaw XIV (1606–1620)
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