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Jutta of Saxony [display piped as "Judith of Saxony"], (1) ∞ 17 November 1239 King Eric IV of Denmark (*1216–1250*); and (2) ∞ Burchard VIII of Querfurt-Rosenburg, Burgrave of Magdeburg (1273–1313 recorded)
Bridget (Brigitte Jutta) (d. 4 April 1266), fiancée of Otto of Brunswick and Lunenburg, ∞ before 1255 Margrave John I of Brandenburg [founder of the Johannean line Brandenburg-Stendal]
Jutta, ∞ m. 1255, Johann I Margrave of Brandenburg; 2m: Burkhard VIII von Rosenburg, Bggf von Magdeburg
I suppose it's possible he had one pair of daughters with similar names from two different wives and that they both married the same man (Burchard/Burkhard), and another pair of daughters who both married another man (John/Johann), presumably with deaths, divorces, annulments, or something in between, but is this really right? Could it be that this edit was incorrect? --Auntof6 (talk) 09:26, 10 July 2011 (UTC)