Family of Kęstutis

The family of Kęstutis, Grand Duke of Lithuania (1381–1382), is listed here. He co-ruled with his brother Algirdas from 1345 to 1377.


  • Gediminas (ca 1275 – winter 1341), Grand Duke of Lithuania (1316–1341)
  • Jewna (died in 1344), daughter of Prince Ivan of Polotsk


  • Name not known, (died ca. 1351)
  • Birutė (died probably in 1382)



  • Maria (ca. 1300–1349), Princess of Lithuania
  • Aldona of Lithuania (Anna; after 1309 – 26 May 1339), Princess of Lithuania, Queen of Poland (1333–1339)
  • Damilla (baptized Elzbieta; died in 1364), Princess of Płock
  • Eufemia (died on 5 February 1342), Princess of Halicz and Volodymyr-Volynskyi-Halicz
  • Aigusta (Anastazja; died on 11 March 1345), Grand Princess of Vladimir-Moscow



  • Mikova (Maria; died in 1404), Grand Princess of Tver (1375–1404?)
  • Danutė of Lithuania (Anna; 1362 – 25 May 1448), Princess of Warsaw (1376–1429)
  • Rymgajla (Elisabeth; died in 1433), Princess of Masovia (4 February – 30 June 1392), Voivodess of Moldavia (1419–1421)

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