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# Albert Frederick of Prussia ( 1 June – 8 October 1580 ).
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# Albert of Prussia ( 17 May 1490, Ansbach – 20 March 1568, Castle Tapiau ), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order and later first Duke of Prussia.
# John Albert ( 20 September 1499, Ansbach – 17 May 1550, Halle ), Archbishop of Magdeburg from 1545 to 1550.
# Albert of Mainz ( 1490, Berlin – 24 September 1545, Mainz ), Cardinal since 1518, Archbishop of Magdeburg in 1513 – 45, Archbishop of Mainz in 1514 – 45.
Thomas Crapper's advertisements implied the siphonic flush was his invention ; one having the text " Crapper's Valveless Water Waste Preventer ( Patent # 4, 990 ) One movable part only ", but patent 4990 ( for a minor improvement to the water waste preventer ) was not his, but that of Albert Giblin in 1898.
As a List of Ladies of the Garter | Lady of the Garter, Alexandra's Royal Standard of the United Kingdom # Consorts of the British monarch | banner of arms hung in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, during her lifetime despite the objections of Garter Principal King of Arms, Sir Albert Woods.
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# Frederick ( b. Torgau, 26 October 1474 – d. Rochlitz, 14 December 1510 ), Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights.
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site | Cedar Hill, Douglass ' house in the Anacostia Historic District | Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D. C., is preserved as a List of areas in the United States National Park System # National historic sites | National Historic Site.
# Sofie ( 10 March 1485, Ansbach – 24 May 1537, Liegnitz ), married on 14 November 1518 to Duke Frederick II of Legnica.
# Frederick ( b. Dresden, 15 March 1504 – d. Dresden, 26 February 1539 ), Hereditary Duke of Saxony ; married on 27 January 1539 to Elisabeth of Mansfeld.
# Anna of Brandenburg ( 27 August 1487, Berlin – 3 May 1514, Kiel ), married 10 April 1502 to King Frederick I of Denmark.
# 158r: Der von Sachsendorf ( unknown ; possibly mentioned by Ulrich von Lichtenstein as serving Frederick II of Austria )
# Elisabeth ( 27 October 1381 – 31 December 1408, Innsbruck ), married in Innsbruck 24 December 1407 to Duke Frederick IV of Austria