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Mikhail Glebovich of Beloozero (Михаил Глебович) was born 1263 to Gleb Vasilkovich of Beloozero (1237-1278) and Feodora Sartakovna (c1240-1273) and died 1293 of unspecified causes. He married Younger Daughter of Fyodor Rostislavich (c1263-c1315) 1278 JL in Yaroslavl, Yaroslavl Oblast, Russia. Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s.

Mikhail Glebovich (1263-1293) - Prince of Beloozero (1278-1279, 1286-1293).

Biography

The of Prince Gleb Vasilkovich and the daughter of the Mongol Sartak Khan , baptized Feodora Sartakovna (c1240-1273) (the real name is unknown). Great-grandson of Genghis Khan.

In 1277 he took part in the campaign of Khan Mengu-Timur on the Caucasian jars , and in July of the following year he married the younger daughter of the Prince of Yaroslavl Fyodor Rostislavich, in the capital city of which the wedding took place with a large gathering of princes and boyars. In early October 1279, he went with his father-in-law to help the Tatars who fought in Bulgaria with the impostor Lakhan, who pretended to be God's envoy, who had come for liberation from the Mongol yoke.

Having inherited the Principality of Beloozero after the death of his father, Prince Mikhail stayed there for a very short time, since his cousin, Dmitri Borisovich, took advantage of Mikhail’s underage, took away his inheritance "with sin and great wickedness" in 1279. Expelled from the inheritance, Prince Mikhail wandered around in an unknown place and only in 1286 , while Principality of Rostov was shared by Dmitri and Konstantin Borisovich, he was again granted the rule of the Principality of Beloozero.

In 1292 he took part in the intrigues of Prince Andrei Aleksandrovich of Gorodets against his brother, Grand Prince of Vladimir Dmitri ; together with other princes, he traveled to the Golden Horde the following year and there slandered the last khan. He died in the Horde during the summer of that year, and was buried in the Dormition Cathedral, Rostov.

His wife is the Younger daughter of Fyodor Rostislavich, Prince of Yaroslavl . He had 3 sons: Fyodor and Roman, who ruled after him, and Vasili, who served the Grand Prince of Moscow (missing in some genealogies).



Children



Offspring of Mikhail Glebovich of Beloozero (Михаил Глебович) and Younger Daughter of Fyodor Rostislavich (c1263-c1315)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Fyodor Mikhailovich of Beloozero (1286-1314) 1286 1314
Roman Mikhailovich of Beloozero (c1290-1339) 1290 1339
Vasili Mikhailovich (c1295-c1340) 1295 1340












Siblings

#g1: Offspring of Gleb Vasilkovich of Beloozero (1237-1278) and Feodora Sartakovna (c1240-1273)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Demyan Glebovich of Beloozero (1263-c1270) 1 July 1263, 1270,
Mikhail Glebovich of Beloozero (1263-1293) 1263, 1293, Younger Daughter of Fyodor Rostislavich (c1263-c1315)
Mariya Glebovna of Beloozero (c1264-c1300) 1264, 1300, Daniil Aleksandrovich of Moscow (1261-1303)
Vasili Glebovich of Beloozero c1267-1283) 1267, 1283,


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