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Beatrice della Scala

Female Abt 1331 - 1384  (~ 53 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Beatrice della Scala was born about 1331 in Verona, Veneto, Italy (daughter of Mastino II della Scala and Taddea da Carrara); died on 18 Jun 1384 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy; was buried in San Giovanni in Conca, Milan, Lombardy, Italy.

    Notes:

    "[A] lady of great energy with a high capacity for governing." [The Ancestry of Charles II, King of England (citation details below)]

    Beatrice married Bernabó Visconti on 27 Sep 1350 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy. Bernabó (son of Stefano Visconti and Valentina Doria) was born in 1319 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy; died on 19 Dec 1385 in Castle of Trezzo d'Adda, Lombardy, Italy; was buried in San Giovanni in Conca, Milan, Lombardy, Italy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Elisabetta Visconti died on 2 Feb 1432 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany; was buried in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
    2. Taddea Visconti was born in 1352 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy; died on 28 Sep 1381 in Munich, Bavaria, Germany; was buried in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Mastino II della Scala was born in 1308 in Verona, Veneto, Italy (son of Alboino I della Scala and Beatrice de Correggio); died on 3 Jun 1351 in Verona, Veneto, Italy; was buried in St. Maria Antica, Verona, Veneto, Italy.

    Other Events:

    • Alternate death: 2 Jun 1351, Verona, Veneto, Italy

    Notes:

    Lord of Verona, Vicenzo, Brescia, Parma and Lucca.

    Mastino married Taddea da Carrara on 1 Sep 1328 in Venice, Veneto, Italy. Taddea (daughter of Jacobino III da Carrara and Elisabetta Gradenigo) died in 1375 in Verona, Veneto, Italy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Taddea da Carrara (daughter of Jacobino III da Carrara and Elisabetta Gradenigo); died in 1375 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.
    Children:
    1. 1. Beatrice della Scala was born about 1331 in Verona, Veneto, Italy; died on 18 Jun 1384 in Milan, Lombardy, Italy; was buried in San Giovanni in Conca, Milan, Lombardy, Italy.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Alboino I della Scala was born about 1284 in Verona, Veneto, Italy (son of Alberto I della Scala and Verde de Salizolo); died on 28 Oct 1311 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.

    Notes:

    Lord of Verona.

    Alboino married Beatrice de Correggio in Jan 1306. Beatrice (daughter of Giberto da Correggio and Elena Malaspina) died after 1312. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Beatrice de Correggio (daughter of Giberto da Correggio and Elena Malaspina); died after 1312.
    Children:
    1. 2. Mastino II della Scala was born in 1308 in Verona, Veneto, Italy; died on 3 Jun 1351 in Verona, Veneto, Italy; was buried in St. Maria Antica, Verona, Veneto, Italy.

  3. 6.  Jacobino III da Carrara was born in 1264 (son of Marsiglio III da Carrara and (Unknown) de Carturo); died on 22 Nov 1324 in Padua, Veneto, Italy; was buried in San Stefano Abbey, Carrara, Tuscany, Italy.

    Notes:

    Also called Giacomo. Lord of Padua.

    From Wikipedia:

    Jacopo or Giacomo I da Carrara, called the Great (Grande), was the founder of the Carraresi dynasty that ruled Padua from 1318 to 1405. He governed with the advice of the leading citizens during a rule characterized by unity within the city. He is usually considered the first lord (signore) of Padua, his election marking the transition from commune ad singularem dominum (to a single lord), a characteristic regime known as a signoria to contemporaries.

    Jacopo, a Guelph, led the Paduans to war against Verona in 1311 over the disputed possession of Vicenza. In response to the threat of the Ghibellines and continuous internal feuding, shortly after 25 July 1318 the Paduan aristocracy elected Jacopo as defensor, protector, and gubernator in perpetuity. Jacopo's election owed something to an alliance between Padua's own Ghibelline and Guelph factions, and after his election many Ghibelline exiles returned. Jacopo sent the poet Albertino Mussato, who objected to the signoria and pined for the old commune, into exile that year. In 1319 the Ghibelline Cangrande I della Scala besieged Padua and demanded the abdication of Jacopo in return for peace. Jacopo stepped down temporarily to save the city; the signoria was transferred to Frederick the Fair, a contender for the Holy Roman Empire. In the end Jacopo succeeded in preventing Padua from falling to either the Scaligeri or the Scrovegni.

    Jacobino married Elisabetta Gradenigo. Elisabetta (daughter of Piero Gradenigo, Doge of Venice and Tommasina Morosini) was born in in Venice, Veneto, Italy; died on 13 Aug 1311. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 7.  Elisabetta Gradenigo was born in in Venice, Veneto, Italy (daughter of Piero Gradenigo, Doge of Venice and Tommasina Morosini); died on 13 Aug 1311.

    Notes:

    Also called Anna Gradenigo.

    Children:
    1. 3. Taddea da Carrara died in 1375 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Alberto I della Scala was born about 1230 (son of Jacopino Scaliger and Elisabeth Superbi); died on 3 Sep 1301 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.

    Notes:

    Lord of Verona.

    Alberto married Verde de Salizolo. Verde died on 24 Dec 1306 in Verona, Veneto, Italy. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Verde de Salizolo died on 24 Dec 1306 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.
    Children:
    1. 4. Alboino I della Scala was born about 1284 in Verona, Veneto, Italy; died on 28 Oct 1311 in Verona, Veneto, Italy.

  3. 10.  Giberto da Correggio was born about 1270 (son of Guy da Correggio and Mabile della Gente); died on 26 Jul 1326 in Castelnovo di Sotto, Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

    Notes:

    Signore da Corregio. 'Defender' of Parma 1303-1321.

    "Giberto entered public life in 1303, when he managed to reconcile the long feuding families of Parma, and to draw in those who had been expelled or had fled, except for the Rossi family, which remained opposed to him. He was acclaimed by the people and elected lord and protector of the city, becoming known as 'the Defender of Parma'. During his rule he acquired for his family the castles of Campagnola and Fabbrico thanks to repeated military successes over the rival families of Rossi and Este, and a shrewd policy of matrimonial alliances. Always engaged in local wars, Giberto sided at different times with both the Ghibellines and Guelphs. A close supporter of Emperor Heinrich VII at the time of his coronation with the Lombard crown in Milan in January 1311, he became an ally of the Guelphs in peace negotiations with the imperial supporters of the Hohenstaufen a few years later. A local revolt in 1316, led by some of his opponents of years earlier including the Rossi family, forced him to take refuge in the family estate of Castelnuovo di Sotto, where he died on 26 July 1326." [Leo van de Pas]

    Giberto married Elena Malaspina. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  4. 11.  Elena Malaspina (daughter of Morello Malaspina and Berlanda).
    Children:
    1. 5. Beatrice de Correggio died after 1312.

  5. 12.  Marsiglio III da Carrara (son of Jacopo da Carrara); died after 1275.

    Marsiglio married (Unknown) de Carturo. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  6. 13.  (Unknown) de Carturo (daughter of Uguccione de Carturo).
    Children:
    1. 6. Jacobino III da Carrara was born in 1264; died on 22 Nov 1324 in Padua, Veneto, Italy; was buried in San Stefano Abbey, Carrara, Tuscany, Italy.

  7. 14.  Piero Gradenigo, Doge of Venice was born about 1250 (son of Marco Gradenigo); died on 13 Aug 1311.

    Notes:

    From Wikipedia:

    When [Gradenigo] was elected Doge, he was serving as the podesta? of Capodistria in Istria. Venice suffered a serious blow with the fall of Acre, the last Crusader stronghold in the Holy Land, to the Mamluks of Egypt in 1291. A war between Venice and Genoa began in 1294, and Venice sustained some serious losses: it lost a naval battle, its possessions in Crete were pillaged, and the Byzantine emperor, Andronikos II, arrested many Venetians in Constantinople. In response, the Venetian fleet sacked Galata and threatened the imperial palace of Blachernae, but in 1298 they lost again -- this time at Curzola. Eventually, in 1299 the two republics signed a peace treaty.

    Doge Gradenigo was responsible for the so-called Serrata del Maggior Consiglio, the Locking of the Great Council of Venice. This new law, passed in February 1297, restricted membership of the future Councils only to the descendants of those nobles who were its members between 1293 and 1297. This move created an oligarchic system, disenfranchising a great majority of the citizens and provoking some unrest.

    In 1308, during Gradenigo's reign as doge, Venice became involved in war with the Papacy over the control of Ferrara, and on 27 March 1309 the Republic was excommunicated by Pope Clement V, barring all Christians from trading with Venice. The Doge's policy, seen by many as disastrous, led to a plot to depose him and the Great Council, led by Bajamonte Tiepolo and other members of the aristocratic families. On 15 June 1310, the coup failed and its leaders were severely punished. Tiepolo's plot led to the creation of the Council of Ten, initially as a temporary institution, which later evolved into the permanent body which in reality governed the Republic.

    On 13 August 1311, Gradenigo died, and, since Venice was under interdict and the religious ceremonies could not be held, he was buried in an unmarked grave on Murano.

    Piero married Tommasina Morosini. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  8. 15.  Tommasina Morosini (daughter of (Unknown) Morosini).
    Children:
    1. 7. Elisabetta Gradenigo was born in in Venice, Veneto, Italy; died on 13 Aug 1311.