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Duchy of Jülich


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First House of Jülich

House of Hengebach

House of Berg

House of Cleves

von Büren, G., and Fuchs, E., eds., Jülich: Stadt-Territorium-Geschichte (Jülich, 2000).

1100–1143

Gerard I, (attested as count of Jülich near the lower Rhine by c.1100)

1143–1176

William I (son)

1176–1207

William II, the Great (son)

1207–1219

William III (son of Jutta, daughter of William I, and Eberhard I of Hengebach)

1219–1278

William IV (son)

1278–1297

Walram (son)

1297–1328

Gerard II (brother)

1328–1361

William V(I) (son; margrave 1336; made duke of Jülich by emperor Charles IV1356)

1361–1393

William II (son)

1393–1402

William III (son; duke of Guelders 1371)

1402–1423

Reginald (brother; Guelders)

1423–1437

Adolf (great-grandson of William I; duke of Berg 1408)

1437–1475

Gerard III (nephew)

1475–1511

William IV (son)

1511–1539

John the Pacific (married Mary, daughter of William IV; duke of Cleves 1521; union of Berg and Jülich with Cleves)

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