Kwartierstaat Dietz » Salome van Berg-Schelkingen (± 1099-1144)

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Household of Salome van Berg-Schelkingen

She is married to Bodeslau III (Krzyvorsty) Piast.

They got married in the year 1113.


Child(ren):

  1. Richiza van Polen  1116-1155 
  2. Judith (Judyta) van Polen (Boleslawówna)  ± 1125-???? 
  3. Mieczyslaw III van Polen  1126-1202 
  4. Agnes van Polen  1137-????
  5. Casimir II van Polen  1138-1194 

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