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Mikhail Davidovich of Mologa, Prince of Mologa, was born circa 1315 in Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia to David Fyodorovich of Yaroslavl (c1285-1321) and Nomen nescio and died 1362 Russia of unspecified causes.

After the death of Prince David Fyodorovich of Yaroslavl his two sons divided the principality. The younger son Mikhail Davidovich (Russian: Михаил Давидович Моложский) took the Principality of Mologa, being the first Prince of Mologa.

Prince Mikhail Davidovich built the fortress of Mologa, near the Mologa River. Only part of the walls have been preserved until the 19th century. He maintained a close aliance with the Grand Prince of Moscow and, in 1362 he went to Sarai with Dmitri Donskoy to indicate their submission to Murat Khan, the ruler of the Golden Horde.




Children



Offspring of Mikhail Davidovich of Mologa and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Fyodor Mikhailovich of Mologa (c1340-1408) 1340 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia 1408 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia
Aleksandr Mikhailovich of Mologa (c1342-c1360) 1342 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia 1360 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia
Lev Mikhailovich of Mologa (c1345-1369) 1345 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia 1369 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia
Ivan Mikhailovich of Mologa (c1348-1380) 1348 Mologa, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia 1380 Kulikovo, Moscow Oblast, Russia (Battle of Kulikovo (1380))










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Regnal titles
Preceded by
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Prince of Mologa
1321–1362
Succeeded by
Fyodor Mikhailovich of Mologa (1362-1408)
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