|44||Archduke||Karl of Austria (1st Duke of Teschen)||1771||1847||Princess||Henriette of Nassau-Weilburg||1797||1829||Karl was created the Duke of Teschen (1st Duke of Teschen in Habsburg line) on 10 February 1822 following the death of his adopted father Duke Albert of Sachsen-Teschen, Karl was a brother of
Emperor Franz I of Austria,
Archduke Ferdinand of Austria (Grand Duke Ferdinando III of Tuscany)
and Archduke Joseph Anton of Austria (Palatine of Hungary).
To add some complication, Karl was the birth son of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II but was adopted by his uncle, Duke Albert of Sachsen-Teschen (1738-1822) (Albert was the husband of Leopold II's sister Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria (1742-1798) and was born Prince of Saxony and son of Friedrich August II, Elector of Saxony (August III, King of Poland). He was created Duke of Teschen by his brother-in-law Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II in 1766. When Albert died in 1822 he left his collection of 14,000 drawings and 200,000 prints in trust to Karl, which formed the nucleus of the Albertina Collection, one of the world's great art museums.
Henriette was a sister to Prince Wilhelm of Nassau-Weilburg
|44.1||Archduchess||Maria Theresa of Austria (Teschen Line)||1816||1867||King||Ferdinando II "King Bomba" of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1810||1859||See
37.55 - Ferdinando II got his nickname "King Bomba" after he ordered the bombardment of Messina (1848) and Palermo (1849) to quell disorders which had broken out in Sicily.
Maria Theresa died from cholera during an epidemic of the disease throughout Italy.
Death Announcement of King Ferdinando
|44.2||Archduke||Albrecht of Austria (2nd Duke of Teschen)||1817||1895||Princess||Hildegard of Bavaria||1825||1864||See 18.17 - A brief report on the death of Archduke Albrecht|
|44.21||Archduchess||Maria Theresia of Austria (Teschen Line)||1845||1927||Duke||Philipp of Württemberg||1838||1917||See 22.K31|
|44.22||Archduke||Karl of Austria (Teschen Line)||1847||1848|
|44.23||Archduchess||Mathilde of Austria (Teschen Line)||1849||1867||Mathilde died when her ball gown caught on fire when she hid a cigarette she was smoking (thanks to Arturo Beéche
for this information). See also a posting in
The Alexander Palace Discussion Board
The New York Times reported that Mathilde died on 6 June 1867 in a somewhat different situation to the cigarette being the cause of the fire to her dress. The report said that Mathilde inadvertently trod on a "lucifer" match which was lying at her feet on the floor as she leaned out of the window talking to one of her relatives. Her Summer dress was in a blaze before she was aware of it etc etc. It was further mentioned that Mathilde was the intended wife of Prince (future King) Humbert of Italy. Humbert was in Paris when news of the accident to Mathilde reached him and he immediately left it was supposed for Vienna.
The fire took place on 22 May 1867 but it was not until 06 June that she died from her horrific injuries.
Another article mentions she was transported on a covered bed which was carried the whole distance by twenty military personnel to Schloss Hetzendorf Even the untimely death of Mathilde did not apparently stop her cousin Archduchess Maria Christina (wife of King Alfonso XII of Spain) from smoking cigarettes.
|44.3||Archduke||Karl Ferdinand of Austria (Teschen Line)||1818||1874||Archduchess||Elisabeth of Austria (Hungarian Line)||1831||1903||See 21.6|
|44.31||Archduke||Franz Joseph of Austria (Teschen Line)||1855||1855|
|44.32||Archduke||Friedrich of Austria (3 rd Duke of Teschen)||1856||1936||Princess||Isabella of Croÿ||1856||1931||Isabella was the daughter of Rudolf 11 th Duke of Croÿ.
Archduke Friedrich was Commander-in Chief (Supreme Commander) of the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I.
It was reported in 1921 that an American financial syndicate would champion the claims of the Archduke Friedrich against the new Austrian Governments which had sequestrated or absolutely confiscated his properties. The wealth of Archduke Friedrich at the time of the report was estimated at over £40 million. Whether or not Archduke Friedrich succeeded in his claim isn't known to me at present.
Obituary of Archduke Friedrich.
|44.321||Archduchess||Maria Christina of Austria (Teschen Line)||1879||1962||Hereditary Prince||Emanuel of Salm-Salm||1871||1916||
An interesting article on the betrothal of Archduchess Maria Christina and Prince Emanuel.
New York Times brief report on the marriage of Archduchess Maria Christina and Prince Emanuel .
Prince Emanuel along with his wife arrived in South Africa just before the start of the first World War and were interned in Fort Methuen Barracks at Maritzburg in South Africa in 1914/1915.
The Prince and Princess left South Africa on 16 January 1915 for Gibraltar by order of the British Government.The Prince was imprisoned in Gibraltar but his wife was free and for a time stayed with the Queen of Spain.
In early 1916 the Prince was exchanged for a Colonel Gordon who had been taken prisoner during the retreat from Mons.
A question was asked in Parliament about the circumstances surrounding the exchange of Prince Emanuel and Colonel Gordon.
Prince Emanuel was killed in action in Pinsk.
|44.3211||Princess||Isabelle of Salm-Salm||1903||2009||Count||Felix von Loë||1896||1944||Count Felix was a grandson of
Count Maximilian von Loë (1817-1879).
Count Felix died from wounds received in action in Schwaneburg, Latvia
|44.32111||Count||Friedrich von Loë||1926||Baroness||Inez von Boeselager||1935|
|44.32112||Baroness||Christine von Loë||1927||Prince||Johannes of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1919||2000||Johannes was an uncle of Prince Alois-Konstantin (9th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg). Alois-Konstantin's father and Johannes were brothers|
|44.321121||Prince||Michael of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1950||Andrea Reuter||1961|
|44.321122||Prince||Karl of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1952||Baroness||Maria-Assunta von Weichs zur Wenne||1952|
|44.321123||Prince||Felix of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1954||Countess||Elisabeth von Meran||1955||Countess Elisabeth is a direct descendant via her father of Archduke Johann Baptist of Austria (1782-1859) (ninth son of Roman Emperor Leopold II) and his morganatic wife Anna Maria Plochl (1804-1885) (created Countess von Meran) . The descendants of Johann and his wife Anna Maria bear the title Count/Countess von Meran.|
|44.321124||Princess||Maria Isabella of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1956||Manfred Lütz||1954|
|44.321125||Princess||Maria Josefine of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1958||Heribert Rustige||1959|
|44.321126||Prince||Martin of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1961|
|44.321127||Prince||Stephan Wenzeslaus of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1968||Andrea Elisabeth Pilatus||1966|
|44.32113||Baron||Wessel von Loë||1928||Countess||Marie Sophie of Waldburg-Zeil-Hohenems||1932||See 20.38361|
|44.32114||Baroness||Elisabeth von Loë||1930||Baron||Philipp Wambolt von Umstadt||1918||2007|
|44.32115||Baroness||Paula von Loë||1931||1950|
|44.32116||Baron||Franz von Loë||1936||Countess||Maria Josepha von Magnis||1937||Maria Josepha is a daughter of Count Ferdinand von Magnis and Princess Maria Anna of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (1914-2000). Maria Anna is a sister to Prince Johannes of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg|
|44.32117||Baroness||Maria Rosa von Loë||1939|
|44.3212||Princess||Rosemary of Salm-Salm||1904||2001||Archduke||Hubert Salvator of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1894||1971||See 20.3833|
|44.3213||Prince||Nikolaus of Salm-Salm (8 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1906||1988||Princess||Ida of Wrede||1909||1998||Nikolaus succeeded his grandfather Alfred as Prince of Salm-Salm|
|44.3213||Prince||Nikolaus of Salm-Salm (8 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1906||1988||Elenore von Zitzewitz||1919||2011|
|44.3213||Prince||Nikolaus of Salm-Salm (8 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1906||1988||Maria Moret||1930||1982|
|44.3213||Prince||Nikolaus of Salm-Salm (8 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1906||1988||Christine Kostecki||1958|
|44.32131||Princess||Konstanze Maria of Salm-Salm||1929||1980||Count||Joseph Zdenko von Thun and Hohenstein||1907||1976|
|44.32132||Prince||Alfred Franz of Salm-Salm||1930||1945||Alfred was killed in an air raid at Anholt, Westphalia|
|44.32133||Prince||Carl-Phillip of Salm-Salm (9 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1933||Erika von Morgen||1935||2007||Prince Carl-Phillip is the present Head of the Princely House of of Salm-Salm. Erika was a sister to Angela von Morgen|
|44.32133||Prince||Carl-Phillip of Salm-Salm (9 th Prince of Salm-Salm)||1933||Elisabeth Frisch||1951||Prince Carl-Phillip is the present Head of the Princely House of of Salm-Salm|
|44.321331||Hereditary Prince||Emanuel Philipp of Salm-Salm||1961||Zita von Klot-Heydenfeldt||1970||Investiture of HSH Emanuel, Erbprinz von Salm-Salm as a Grand Cross of Justice Royal Deputation|
|44.321331||Hereditary Prince||Emanuel Philipp of Salm-Salm||1961||Anne Seyfang||1971|
|44.321332||Prince||Philipp Petrus of Salm-Salm||1963||Hermine de Cassan-Floyrac||1975|
|44.3213321||Prince||Willem Florentin of Salm-Salm||2005|
|44.321333||Princess||Felicitas Marcellina of Salm-Salm||1965||Christoph von Grolman||1959|
|44.321334||Prince||Clemens Angelus of Salm-Salm||1966||Countess||Johanna of Stolberg-Stolberg||1969||See 20.383472|
|44.32134||Princess||Anna Huberta of Salm-Salm||1935||Count||Paul von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1924|
|44.32135||Princess||Margarethe Cecilia of Salm-Salm||1935||György Solznoki-Scheftsik||1926||1965|
|44.32136||Prince||Ludwig-Wilhelm of Salm-Salm||1953||Christiane Hansen||1966|
|44.32136||Prince||Ludwig-Wilhelm of Salm-Salm||1953||Ulrike Grünewald||1967|
|44.32137||Prince||Christian-Nikolaus of Salm-Salm||1964|
|44.3214||Princess||Cecilie of Salm-Salm||1911||1991||Prince||Franz Josef of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck (6 th Prince of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck)||1899||1958||The House of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck is extinct following the death of Prince Franz. The cadet members of this House bear the title of Altgraf or Altgräfin.|
|44.32141||Altgräfin||Marie Christine of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1932||2010||Count||Peter Wolff Metternich zur Gracht||1929||2013||A report on the death of Count Peter Wolff Metternich zur Gracht (in German)|
|44.32142||Altgräfin||Marie Anne of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1933||2015||Alexander Campbell-Geddes||1910||1971||Alexander Campbell-Geddes was the son of Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes, 1st Baron Geddes, his sister
Margaret "Peg" Geddes was married to Prince Ludwig "Lu" of Hesse and by Rhine.
Marriage Registration of Altgräfin Marie Anne and Alexander Campbell-Geddes.
Death Registration of Alexander Campbell-Geddes
|44.32142||Altgräfin||Marie Anne of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1933||2015||Otto von Simson||1912||1993|
|44.32143||Altgräfin||Rosemary of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1937||2004||Count||Johannes Hüyn||1930||2011|
|44.32144||Altgräfin||Isabelle of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1939||Duke||Franz Albrecht von Ratibor and Prince (Fürst) von Corvey (4 th Duke von Ratibor and 4 th Prince von Corvey), Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1920||2009||See 32.83216|
|44.32145||Altgräfin||Gabrielle Louisanne of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1941||1985||Count||Ernst Friedrich von Goëss||1932||1999|
|44.321451||Countess||Svea von Goëss||1962||Charles George Yule Balfour||1951||Charles is heir presumptive to the Earldom of Balfour, the current 5th Earl of Balfour is Charles's elder brother Roderick Balfour. Charles's great grandfather Eustace Balfour (1854-1911) was a younger brother to Arthur Balfour (1848-1930) Prime Minister of United Kingdom from 1902 to 1905 who was created 1st Earl of Balfour.|
|44.321452||Countess||Filippa von Goëss||1964||Tilo Berlin||1958|
|44.321453||Count||Moritz von Goëss||1966||Duchess||Eleonore "Fleur" of Württemberg||1977||See 22.K311166|
|44.32146||Altgräfin||Cecilie Christine of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1943|
|44.32147||Altgräfin||Georgine of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1947||1950|
|44.3215||Prince||Franz of Salm-Salm||1912||1917|
|44.322||Archduchess||Maria Anna of Austria (Teschen Line)||1882||1940||Duke||Elias of Bourbon-Parma||1880||1959||See 38.J|
|44.323||Archduchess||Maria Henrietta of Austria (Teschen Line)||1883||1956||Prince||Gottfried zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, Prince von Ratibor und Corvey||1867||1932|
|44.324||Archduchess||Natalie of Austria (Teschen Line)||1884||1898|
|44.325||Archduchess||Stephanie of Austria (Teschen Line)||1886||1890|
|44.326||Archduchess||Gabriella of Austria (Teschen Line)||1887||1954|
|44.327||Archduchess||Isabelle of Austria (Teschen Line)||1888||1973||Prince||Georg of Bavaria||1880||1943||See
18.1523 - The marriage of Archduchess Isabelle and Prince Georg was to lead to consternation within
the respective families. They married on 10 February 1912 at the Schönbrunn Palace
in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph (grandfather to Prince Georg). Incompatibility lead to the couple quarrelling during their honeymoon period
with Isabelle leaving Georg after just three days of Bavarian Court life. Attempts at reconciliation by the families were unsuccessful and their
dissolved by the Bavarian Supreme Court on 17 January 1913.
Perhaps snubbing of Isabelle by the Bavarian Royal family also had a bearing on the quick dissolvement of their marriage.
It is interesting to note that the Pope also issued a decree to dissolve the marriage.
Prince Georg was also considered to be an expert boxer.
|44.328||Archduchess||Maria Alice of Austria (Teschen Line)||1893||1962||Baron||Friedrich Waldbott von Bassenheim||1889||1959|
|44.3281||Baroness||Maria Immaculata Waldbott von Bassenheim||1921||Count||Hans Heribert of Toerring-Jettenbach||1903||1977||See 18.K523|
|44.3282||Baron||Anton Waldbott von Bassenheim||1922||Thea Schonpflug||1938||Baron Anton was jailed for eight months in 1950 for stealing silver from his uncle (presumably Duke Elias of Bourbon-Parma)|
|44.3283||Baron||Paul Waldbott von Bassenheim||1924||2008||Countess||Marie Therese von Wickenburg||1929|
|44.3284||Baroness||Isabelle Waldbott von Bassenheim||1926||2009||Count||Pongracz Somssich de Sáard||1920|
|44.3285||Baroness||Stephanie Waldbott von Bassenheim||1929||Count||Johannes of Königsegg-Aulendorf||1925|
|44.3286||Baron||Josef Waldbott von Bassenheim||1933|
|44.329||Archduke||Albrecht of Austria (4 th Duke of Teschen)||1897||1955||Irene Lelbach||1897||1985||Marriage Registration of
Archduke Albrecht and
Irene Lelbach (she was previously married to Ludwig Rudnay hence reason for double entries in the GRO Index).
Albrecht and Irene who were married in 1930 divorced in 1937.
An interesting account of the efforts of Archduke Albrecht's mother Princess Isabella of Croÿ to put forward a claim for her son to be King of Hungary in preference to that of Archduke Otto the legitimate claimant.
Another article two years later in 1928 was suggesting Archduke Otto was ineligible for the crown of Hungary leaving the way open to Archduke Albrecht to be elected.
|44.329||Archduke||Albrecht of Austria (4 th Duke of Teschen)||1897||1955||Katalin "Catherine" Bocskay de Felso-Banya||1909||2000|
|44.329||Archduke||Albrecht of Austria (4 th Duke of Teschen)||1897||1955||Lidia Strausz Dorner||?||1998||A report on the death of Archduke Albrecht|
|44.33||Archduchess||Maria Christina of Austria (Teschen Line)||1858||1929||King||Alfonso XII of Spain||1857||1885||See
A report on the marriage of Maria Christina and Alfonso
|44.34||Archduke||Karl Stefan of Austria (Teschen Line)||1860||1933||Archduchess||Maria Theresa of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1862||1933||See
20.381 - Archduke Karl Stefan was considered as a candidate for the Throne of an independent Poland.
The New York Times report on the marriage of Karl Stefan and Maria Theresa
|44.341||Archduchess||Eleonora of Austria (Teschen Line)||1886||1974||Alfons von Kloss||1880||1953||The marriage of Archduchess Eleonora to Alfons was the first time an Archduchess had married a commoner with the full permission of Emperor Franz Joseph|
|44.342||Archduchess||Renata of Austria (Teschen Line)||1888||1935||Prince||Hieronymus Radziwill||1885||1945||Prince Hieronymus was captured by Russian troops towards the end of the Second World War and died in a concentration camp. (Background information - the Radziwill family originated from Lithuania and their princely title was recognised by the Holy Roman Emperor in 1547). Hieronymus married secondly a cousin Princess Jadwiga Radziwill (1905-1974).|
|44.3422||Prince||Dominik Radziwill||1911||1976||Princess||Eugenie of Greece and Denmark||1910||1989||See
Engagement announcement of Dominic and Eugenie
An "after the event" report on the marriage of Dominic and Eugenie
Some three years after her divorce from Dominic's Eugenie filed a claim for possession of jewellery worth £30,000 which she alleged was taken from her bank in South Africa by her ex-husband.
|44.3422||Prince||Dominic Radziwill||1911||1976||Lida Bloodgood||1923||2008||A SILVER THREE-PIECE TEA SERVICE sold at "Christies" the auctoneers provides some intersting information on the ancestry of Lida Bloodgood|
|44.34221||Princess||Tatiana Radziwill||1939||Jean Fruchard||1937|
|44.342211||Fabiola Fruchard||1967||Thierry Herrman||1965|
|44.342212||Alexis Fruchard||1969||Natalie Chandler||?|
|44.34222||Prince||Jerzy Radziwill||1942||2001||Françoise Lageat||1931||1992|
|44.34223||Princess||Lida Maria Renata Radziwill||1954||2014||André Wagnière||1951|
|44.34224||Princess||Maria Ludwika Hedwig Radziwill||1956||Antonio Moncada dei Principi di Paterno||1958|
|44.34225||Princess||Lyda Dominique Radziwill||1959||Prince||Innocenzo Odescalchi||1931|
|44.3423||Prince||Karol Hieronymus Radziwill||1912||2005||Maria Luisa de Alvear y Quirno||1913||1989|
|44.3423||Prince||Karol Hieronymus Radziwill||1912||2005||Teresa Soto y Alderete||?||An interesting account of Karol Hieronymus|
|44.3424||Prince||Albrecht Hieronymus Radziwill||1914||1932|
|44.3425||Princess||Eleonore Radziwill||1918||Count||Benedikt Ladislaus Tyszkiewicz||1905||1956|
|44.3425||Princess||Eleonore Radziwill||1918||Roger de Froidcourt||1931|
|44.3426||Princes||Leon-Hieronymus Stanislaus Radziwill||1922||1973|
|44.343||Archduke||Karl Albrecht of Austria (Teschen Line)||1888||1951||Alice Ankarcrona||1889||1985||Alice was granted the hereditary title Princess von Altenburg on 15 December 1949 by written authorisation of Archduke Otto Head of the Austrian Imperial Family. Children of this marriage bear the surname Habsburg and the title Prince/Princess Altenburg.
Alice Ankarcrona at the wedding of her niece (by marriage) Princess Eleonore Radziwill to Count Benedikt Ladislaus Tyszkiewicz (not Count Benedykt Czartoryski as shown in the caption to the photograph).
|44.3431||Prince||Karl Stefan von Altenburg||1921||Maria-Louise af Petersens||1910||1998|
|44.3432||Princess||Maria-Christina (or Maria Krystyna) von Altenburg||1923||2012||A report on the funeral of Princess Maria-Christina (or Maria Krystyna)|
|44.3433||Prince||Karl Albrecht von Altenburg||1926||1928|
|44.3434||Princess||Renata von Altenburg||1931||Eduardo de Zulueta y Dato||1923|
|44.344||Archduchess||Mechtildis of Austria (Teschen Line)||1891||1966||Prince||Olgierd Czartoryski||1888||1977|
|44.345||Archduke||Leo Karl of Austria (Teschen Line)||1893||1939||Countess||Marie-Klotilde de Thuillières de Montjoye-Vaufray et de la Roche||1893||1978||Archduke Leo Karl died from tuberculosis. Conflicting sources show the children of Archduke Leo Karl and his wife as either Archduke/Archduchess of Austria or Count/Countess von Habsburg|
|44.3451||Archduchess||Maria Desiderata of Austria (Teschen Line)||1923||1988||Count||Wolfgang von Hartig||1922||1995|
|44.3452||Archduchess||Mechtildis of Austria (Teschen Line)||1924||2000||Count||Manfred Piatti||1924|
|44.34521||Countess||Andrea Piatti||1949||Michael Weissel||1946|
|44.34522||Count||Alfons Piatti||1950||Verena Zimburg||1955|
|44.34523||Count||Michael Piatti-Fünfkirchen||1955||Baroness||Sophie Pongrácz de Szent-Miklós et Ovár||1959|
|44.34524||Count||Ferdinand Piatti||1962||Angelina von Rohrer||1970|
|44.34525||Count||Benedikt von Piatti||1966||Archduchess||Margherita of Austria (Hungarian Line)||1972||See 21.74183|
|44.3453||Archduchess||Elisabeth Irene of Austria (Teschen Line)||1927|
|44.3454||Archduke||Leo-Stefan Maria of Austria (Teschen Line)||1928||Gabriele Kunert||1935||1975|
|44.3454||Archduke||Leo-Stefan Maria of Austria (Teschen Line)||1928||Heidi Aigner||1942|
|44.3455||Archduke||Hugo Carl of Austria (Teschen Line)||1930||1981||Eleonore Kristen||1943|
|44.346||Archduke||Wilhelm of Austria (Teschen Line)||1895||1954||Archduke Wilhelm died in a Russian Concentration Camp in the Ukraine having been arrested by the Russian Secret Service in Vienna just after the Second World War|
|44.35||Archduke||Eugen of Austria (Teschen Line)||1863||1954|
|44.36||Archduchess||Marie Eleonore of Austria (Teschen Line)||1864||1864|
|44.4||Archduke||Friedrich of Austria (Teschen Line)||1821||1847|
|44.5||Archduke||Rudolf of Austria (Teschen Line)||1822||1822|
|44.6||Archduchess||Maria Karoline of Austria (Teschen Line)||1825||1915||Archduke||Rainer of Austria||1827||1913||Rainer's father Archduke Rainer Joseph of Austria (1783-1853) was a younger brother of
Emperor Franz I of Austria.
Maria Karoline and Rainer were first cousins their respective fathers were brothers.
A report on the death of Archduke Rainer
|44.7||Archduke||Wilhelm of Austria (Teschen Line)||1827||1894||Wilhelm was killed in a horse riding accident in very unusual circumstances|