Countess Ermesinde Rules Luxembourg

Countess Ermesinde was the first female ruler of Luxembourg from 1226 to 1237. Her son assumed the throne as Henry V following his father’s death.

Date:
      1226, 1237
Name(s):
      Ermesinde
Occupation:
      Countess, Queen
Location:
      Luxembourg

Additional Information:

  • Ermesinde, Countess of Luxembourg – Wikipedia
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  • Ermesinde de Luxembourg (1186-1247) – Find A Grave Memorial
    Ermesinde of Luxembourg, also known as Ermesinde of Namur, was the Countess of Luxembourg, Laroche and Durbuy. She was … Beloved Great grandparent your memory lives on in the hearts and souls of your children and their children.

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