Catherine, Lady Blake

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Swedish Royalty
House of Eric
Erican Dynasty heraldic lions (drawing 1996).jpg
Eric IX
Children
Canute I
Filip Eriksson
Katarina Eriksdotter
Margaret, Queen of Norway
Grandchildren
Holmger Filipsson
Great-grandchildren
Canute II
Great-great-grandchildren
Holmger Knutsson
Filip Knutsson
Canute I
Children
Prince John
Prince Canute
Prince Joar
Prince Eric
Eric X
Eric X
Children
Princess Sophia
Princess Ingeborg
Eric XI
Eric XI

Catherine (Swedish:Katarina Eriksdotter) (12th-century), was a Swedish princess, daughter of King Eric the Saint and his Queen Christina of Sweden.

Biography[edit]

She married Nils Blake, who probably was a Swedish magnate. They had a daughter, Kristina Nilsdotter, who married the Norwegian Earl Hakon the Mad, and later Eskil Magnusson, the lawspeaker of Västergötland.

References[edit]

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