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Yuri Svyatoslav's elder brother, a participant in the campaign on [[Volga Bulgaria]] in 1220, died before his father, and Yuri inherited the [[Principality of Murom]] reign in 1228.
 
Yuri Svyatoslav's elder brother, a participant in the campaign on [[Volga Bulgaria]] in 1220, died before his father, and Yuri inherited the [[Principality of Murom]] reign in 1228.
   
In 1229 and 1232, Yuri participated in the campaigns of the [[Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal]] [[Yuri II Vsevolodovich of Vladimir (1189-1238)|Yuri Vsevolodovich]] against the ][[Mordvins]].
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In 1229 and 1232, Yuri participated in the campaigns of the [[Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal]] [[Yuri II Vsevolodovich of Vladimir (1189-1238)|Yuri Vsevolodovich]] against the [[Mordvins]].
   
In the autumn of 1237, when the [[Mongols]] approached the southern borders of the [[Principality of Ryazan]], the [[Princes of Murom]] as well as the [[Grand Price of Ryazan|Princes of Ryazan]], entered the [[Battle of Voronezh River (1237)|Battle of Voronezh River]]. Also during the invasion, Yuri's cousin, [[Oleg Yuryevich]], an outcast prince, participant in a campaign against the [[Volga Bulgaria|Volga Bulgarians]] in 1220, was killed .
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In the autumn of 1237, when the [[Mongols]] approached the southern borders of the [[Principality of Ryazan]], the [[Princes of Murom]] as well as the [[Grand Prince of Ryazan|Princes of Ryazan]], entered the [[Battle of Voronezh River (1237)|Battle of Voronezh River]]. Also during the invasion, Yuri's cousin, [[Oleg Yuryevich (c1190-1237)|Oleg Yuryevich]], an outcast prince, participant in a campaign against the [[Volga Bulgaria|Volga Bulgarians]] in 1220, was killed.
   
 
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Yuri Davydovich of Murom was born 1195 to Davyd Yuryevich of Murom (c1167-1228) and Euphrosyne of Murom (c1175-1228) and died 1237 Battle of Voronezh River (1237) of Killed in battle. Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s.

Yuri Davydovich (c1195-1237) - Prince of Murom (1228-1237), son of Davyd Yuryevich .

Yuri Svyatoslav's elder brother, a participant in the campaign on Volga Bulgaria in 1220, died before his father, and Yuri inherited the Principality of Murom reign in 1228.

In 1229 and 1232, Yuri participated in the campaigns of the Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal Yuri Vsevolodovich against the Mordvins.

In the autumn of 1237, when the Mongols approached the southern borders of the Principality of Ryazan, the Princes of Murom as well as the Princes of Ryazan, entered the Battle of Voronezh River. Also during the invasion, Yuri's cousin, Oleg Yuryevich, an outcast prince, participant in a campaign against the Volga Bulgarians in 1220, was killed.

Family Information about the wife of Yuri is not preserved.

Son : Yaroslav Yuryevich- Prince of Murom (1237-c1250).

Children



Offspring of Yuri Davydovich of Murom and unknown parent
Name Birth Death Joined with
Yaroslav Yuryevich of Murom (c1215-c1250) 1215 1250










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