Genealogie Bovenschen, Looijenga, Van Gelderen en Van Donk » Mathilde van Brandenburg (± 1214-1261)

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She is married to Otto I (het Kind) van Brunswijk-Lüneburg.

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  1. Elisabeth van Brunswijk-Lüneburg  ± 1230-1266 
  2. Albrecht I (de Grote) van Brunswijk  ± 1230-1279 
  3. Adelheid van Brunswijk-Lüneburg  ± 1240-1274 

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