|18||King||Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria||1756||1825||Landgravine||Auguste of Hesse-Darmstadt||1765||1796||Maximilian was born Count Maximilian of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken, succeeding his brother
Karl (1746-1795) as Duke of Zweibruken in 1795. He succeeded his very distant cousin
Karl Theodore as Elector of Bavaria in 1799, culminating as the first King of Bavaria on 1 January 1806 following the signing of Treaty of Pressburg on 26 December 1805.
Auguste was a sister to Luise Henriette of Hesse-Darmstadt (1761-1829) who was married to Grand Duke Ludwig I of Hesse and the Rhine (1753-1830))
|18||King||Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria||1756||1825||Princess||Karoline of Baden||1776||1841||See 32.12 - Maximilian was born Count Maximilian of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken, succeeding his brother Karl (1746-1795) as Duke of Zweibruken in 1795. He succeeded his very distant cousin Karl Theodore as Elector of Bavaria in 1799, culminating as the first King of Bavaria on 1 January 1806 following the signing of Treaty of Pressburg on 26 December 1805.|
|18.1||King||Ludwig I of Bavaria||1786||1868||Princess||Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen||1792||1854||See
30.6 - Ludwig was forced to abdicate on 21 March 1848 (partly over his affair with a dancer Maria Dolores Eliza Rosanna Lola Gilbert - stage name
Lola Montez) in favour of his son Maximilian.
Lola Montez (1821-1861) led a very colourful life and her exploits are well documented although some of her details regarding her birth date and name vary between the different sources. Lola was created Countess Lansfeld by Ludwig.
A somewhat strange report of Lola appealing to the "American" people regarding attacks made on her.
A report on the death of Lola Montez.
A report on the death of Ludwig.
|18.11||King||Maximilian II of Bavaria||1811||1864||Princess||Marie of Prussia||1825||1889||The New York Times report on the death of
King Maximilian II
Marie's father Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (1783-1851) was a brother of King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia.
Report on the death of Maximilian II.
Newspaper article on Queen Marie published a month after her death
|18.111||King||Ludwig II of Bavaria||1845||1886||Ludwig drowned in Starnbergersee (Lake Starnberg) with his doctor in mysterious circumstances. Ludwig was engaged to Duchess Sophie in Bavaria. Their engagement being publicised on January 22, 1867, but after having repeatedly postponed the wedding date, he finally cancelled it in October shortly before they were due to be married.|
|18.112||King||Otto II of Bavaria||1848||1916||Otto ruled under the Regencies of his uncle
Prince Luitpold of Bavaria and then his cousin
Prince Ludwig (later King Ludwig III).
He was deemed to be mad and was removed from his throne on 5 November 1913 in favour of his cousin, Luitpold's son King Ludwig III, Otto was allowed to retain his title.
An illuminating newspaper article in 1912 recalls how Otto killed two servants who were attending to him.
|18.12||Princess||Mathilda of Bavaria||1813||1862||Grand Duke||Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine||1806||1877||See 5.1|
|18.13||Prince||Otto of Bavaria||1815||1867||Duchess||Amelie of Oldenburg||1818||1875||See
31.11 - Otto became King of Greece in 1832 and fled the country in 1862 after an insurrection. He was succeeded as King by
Prince Wilhelm of Denmark.
A report on the eve of the wedding of Amelie and Otto, who was King of Greece at the time
|18.14||Princess||Theodelinde of Bavaria||1816||1817|
|18.15||Prince||Luitpold of Bavaria||1821||1912||Archduchess||Auguste of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1825||1864||See
20.32 - Luitpold ruled Bavaria from 1886 as Regent due to the incapacity of his nephew
Report on the death of Luitpold
|18.151||King||Ludwig III of Bavaria||1845||1921||Archduchess||Marie Theresa of Austria-Este (Modena Line)||1849||1919||See
47.531 - Ludwig succeeded his father Luitpold as Regent of Bavaria and became
King of Bavaria on 5 November 1913 following the removal of his cousin
Otto II who was deemed to be mad. Ludwig was the last King of Bavaria, he was deposed by a communist uprising on 7/8 November 1918 and left for exile in Austria.
Marie Theresa succeeded her paternal uncle Duke Francis V of Modena as Heir-Gen of Charles I, King of England (i.e. heir to the Jacobite claim to the throne of Great Britain)
|18.1511||Crown Prince||Rupprecht of Bavaria||1869||1955||Duchess||Marie Gabriele in Bavaria||1878||1912||See 18.K54 - There was a newspaper report in 1903 of the matrimonial troubles of Rupprecht and his wife Marie Gabriele. The report said that the marriage of Rupprecht and his wife Marie Gabriele was at first opposed by the parents on both sides owing to their near relationship, the couple were in fact second cousins once removed although the report said the "Prince and his wife" are cousins.|
|18.1511||Crown Prince||Rupprecht of Bavaria||1869||1955||Princess||Antonia of Luxemburg||1899||1954||See
34.24 - Princess Antonia along with her children were arrested by the Nazi's in July 1944. Her children were liberated near Reutte in the Austrian Tyrol in 1945 and she herself was found in a hospital near Buchenwald. Princess Antonia having never recovered mentally or physically from the ill treatment she received.
A very brief report of the death of Crown Prince Rupprecht
|18.15111||Prince||Luitpold of Bavaria||1901||1914||Luitpold died from infantile paralysis (polio)|
|18.15112||Princess||Irmingard of Bavaria||1902||1903||Irmingard died from diphtheria|
|18.15113||Duke||Albrecht of Bavaria||1905||1996||Countess||Maria Draskovich von Trakostjan||1904||1969||Maria Draskovich von Trakostjan via her mother Princess Julia von Montenuovo is a descendant of
Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria and her second husband Count Adam Adalbert von Neipperg (their son Wilhelm becoming Prince von Montenuovo in 1864).
|18.15113||Duke||Albrecht of Bavaria||1905||1996||Countess||Marie-Jenke "Eugenie" Keglevich von Buzin||1921||1983||Marie-Jenke "Eugenie" died in a motor car accident|
|18.151131||Princess||Marie Gabrielle of Bavaria||1931||Prince||Georg von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg (7th Prince von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg)||1928||2015||See 28.122541 - Princess Marie Gabrielle and Princess Marie Charlotte are twins|
|18.151132||Princess||Marie Charlotte of Bavaria||1931||Prince||Paul von Quadt zu Wykradt and Isny (4 th Prince von Quadt zu Wykradt and Isny)||1930||2011||Princess Marie Gabrielle and Princess Marie Charlotte are twins. Paul succeeded his brother Prince Alban (3 rd Prince von Quadt zu Wykradt and Isny (1921-killed in action 24 September 1942 in Gaburewo, Russia)|
|18.1511321||Prince||Alexander von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny (5 th Prince von Quadt zu Wykradt and Isny)||1958||Martina Keil||1960||Alexander is the present Head of the Princely House of von Quadt zu Wykradt and Isny.
Martina Keil's mother was Countess Charlotte Wilhelmine von Meran (1929- ) who in turn via her father was a great great granddaughter of Archduke Johann Baptist of Austria (1782-1859) and his morganatic wife Anna Maria Plochl (created Countess von Meran). The descendants of Archduke Johann (ninth son of Roman Emperor Leopold II) and his wife Anna Maria bear the title Count/Countess von Meran.
|18.15113211||Countess||Philippa Johanna von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||1994|
|18.15113212||Countess||Charlotte Sophie von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||1996|
|18.15113213||Countess||Anna Maria von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||2001|
|18.1511322||Countess||Maria-Anna von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||1960||Count||Alexander Schenk von Stauffenberg||1954||Alexander Schenk von Stauffenberg's grandfather Count Klemens Markwart Schenk von Stauffenberg was a first cousin to Count Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg and his brother Count Berthold Schenk von Stauffenberg. Claus and Berthold were leading members of the failed plot on 20 July 1944 to kill Adolf Hitler and it was Claus who actually planted the bomb in the conference room being used by Hitler. Claus was executed the following day on 21 July and his Berthold later on 10 August 1944|
|18.1511323||Countess||Maria Georgina Ghislainer von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||1962||Count||Peter von Eltz gennant Faust von Stromberg||1948|
|18.1511324||Hereditary Count||Bertram Ernst von Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny||1966||Sandra Putze||1966|
|18.151133||Duke||Franz of Bavaria||1933||Franz is the present Head of the Royal House of Bavaria. He is also senior representative of the House of Stuart (or Heir-Gen of Charles I, King of England (i.e. heir to the Jacobite claim to the throne of Great Britain)). Click here for details of the Jacobite Claimants|
|18.151134||Prince||Max-Emanuel of Bavaria||1937||Countess||Elizabeth Douglas||1940||Max-Emanuel became a Duke in Bavaria following his adoption by Duke Ludwig Wilhelm in Bavaria on 18 March 1965|
|18.1511341||Princess||Sophie of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1967||Hereditary Prince||Alois of Liechtenstein||1968||See 41.3111 - Although Alois was handed over political/executive power on 15 August 2004 by his father Prince Hans Adam II, his father still retains his position as The Prince of Liechtenstein.|
|18.1511342||Princess||Marie Caroline of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1969||Duke||Phillip Albrecht of Württemberg||1964||See 22.K311164|
|18.1511343||Princess||Helene of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1972|
|18.1511344||Princess||Elizabeth of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1973||Daniel Terberger||1967|
|18.1511345||Princess||Maria Anna of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1975||Klaus Runow||1964||A private email to me mentions Klaus Runow was born in 1964 and was divorced at the time of his marriage to Princess Maria Anna. I haven't been able to locate a definitive source for the date of birth of Klaus Runow although a report from hellomagazine.com (4 SEPTEMBER 2007) mentions Klaus was 38 years at the time of his wedding in 2007 which is suggesting he was born in 1969 (i.e. 2007-38 = 1969).|
|18.15114||Prince||Rudolf of Bavaria||1909||1912||Rudolf died from diabetes|
|18.15115||Prince||Heinrich of Bavaria||1922||1958||Baroness||Anne Marie de Lustrac||1927||1999||Both Prince Heinrich and his wife Anne de Lustrac died in car accidents, albeit some 40 years apart. Heinrich and Anne died in Argentina and Milan respectively|
|18.15116||Princess||Irmingard of Bavaria||1923||2010||Prince||Ludwig of Bavaria||1913||2008||See 18.15151|
|18.15117||Princess||Edith Marie of Bavaria||1924||2013||Tito Brunetti||1905||1954|
|18.15117||Princess||Edith Marie of Bavaria||1924||2013||Gustav Schimert||1910||1990|
|18.151171||Serena Brunnetti||1947||Vanni Pozzolini||1937|
|18.151171||Serena Brunnetti||1947||Vieri Fiori||1942|
|18.151172||Carlotta Brunnetti||1949||Count||Michael de Longueval von Buquoy||1941|
|18.151173||Antonia Brunnetti||1952||Count||Erich von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1952||See 18.151541|
|18.151173||Antonia Brunnetti||1952||Cornelius Wiedemann||1949|
|18.151174||Andreas Heinrich Schimert||1961||Dorothee Gauer||1961|
|18.151175||Christian Philipp Schimert||1963||Leena Nehru||1963|
|18.151176||Constantin Maximilian Schimert||1968||Karina Frowein||1968|
|18.15118||Princess||Hilda of Bavaria||1926||2002||Juan Lockett de Loayza||1912||1987|
|18.15119||Princess||Gabrielle of Bavaria||1927||Duke||Karl von Cro˙ (14th Duke von Cro˙ )||1914||2011||Karl's parents were Duke Karl von Cro˙ (1tth Duke von Cro˙ ) (1889-1974) and Nancy Leishman (1894-1983) whose marriage in 1913 caused quite a stir.|
|18.151191||Princess||Marie-Thérèse Antonia von Cro˙||1954||Count||Stephan von Walderdorff||1963|
|18.151192||Duke||Rudolf Carl von Cro˙ (15th Duke von Cro˙ )||1955||Alexandra Miloradovich||1960||2015||Rudolf is the present Head of the Princely House of Cro˙
Alexandra is the daughter of Baroness Agnes von Hoenning-O'Carrol (married to Serafim Miloradovich) who is the daughter of Baron Zdenko von Hoenning-O'Carrol and his first wife Princess Margarite of Lobkowicz
|18.1511921||Hereditary Prince||Carl Philipp von Cro˙||1989|
|18.1511922||Princess||Xenia Maria von Cro˙||1990|
|18.1511923||Prince||Marc Emanuel von Cro˙||1992|
|18.1511924||Prince||Heinrich Carl von Cro˙||1993|
|18.1511925||Prince||Alexander Carl von Cro˙||1995|
|18.1511926||Princess||Anastasia Maria von Cro˙||1998|
|18.151193||Prince||Stefan Clemens von Cro˙||1959||Countess||Béatrice du Chastel de la Howarderie||1964|
|18.1511931||Princess||Charlotte Regine von Cro˙||1992|
|18.1511932||Prince||Lionel Carl von Cro˙||1996|
|18.1511933||Princess||Camille Regine von Cro˙||1998|
|18.1511J||Princess||Sophie of Bavaria||1935||Prince||Jean-Engelbert von Arenberg (12 Duke of Arenberg)||1921||2011||Jean-Engelbert succeeded his distant cousin (i.e. second cousins once removed) Eric Engelbert (11th Duke of Arenberg)|
|18.1511J1||Prince||Léopold Engelbert of Arenberg (13 Duke of Arenberg)||1956||Countess||Isabel-Juliana zu Stolberg-Stolberg||1963||See 20.3K4412|
|18.1511J11||Princess||Natasha Sophie of Arenberg||1996|
|18.1511J12||Prince||Philippe-Leopold of Arenberg||1999|
|18.1511J13||Prince||Alexandre Pierre of Arenberg||2001|
|18.1511J2||Prince||Charles Louis of Arenberg||1957||Fiammetta de' Frescobaldi Franceschi Marini||1959|
|18.1511J21||Princess||Anne-Hélène of Arenberg||1989|
|18.1511J22||Prince||Evrard Guillaume of Arenberg||1996|
|18.1511J3||Princess||Marie-Gabriele of Arenberg||1958||Gilles Morel de Boncourt||1955|
|18.1511J4||Prince||Henri Antoine of Arenberg||1961||Viscountess||Dainé Marie Thérèse de Spoelberch||1972|
|18.1511J41||Prince||Charles-Ferdinand of Arenberg||2002|
|18.1511J42||Princess||Joia Sophie of Arenberg||2003|
|18.1511J43||Princess||Olympia Sophie of Arenberg||2007|
|18.1511J5||Prince||Etienne Albert of Arenberg||1967||Andrienne Keller||1970|
|18.1511J51||Princess||Amélie Claire of Arenberg||2000|
|18.1511J52||Princess||Larissa Lydia of Arenberg||2002|
|18.1512||Princess||Adelgunde of Bavaria||1870||1958||Prince||Wilhelm of Hohenzollern||1864||1927||See 6.11 - Wilhelm renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in favour of his younger brother Ferdinand, but continued the princely line of Hohenzollern. Wilhelm lived in Bucharest for some time as Crown Prince of Roumania, he came to the conclusion that life as Crown Prince was less agreeable than that of a scion of the House of Hohenzollern, so he renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne and returned to Berlin to live.|
|18.1513||Princess||Maria Ludwiga of Bavaria||1872||1954||Prince||Ferdinando Pius of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria)||1869||1960||See 37.5541|
|18.1514||Prince||Karl of Bavaria||1874||1927||Karl apparently caused a sensation in Munich by going off with a ballet dancer who he hoped to marry|
|18.1515||Prince||Franz of Bavaria||1875||1957||Princess||Isabella von Cro˙||1890||1982||Isabella was a daughter of Karl Alfred 12 th Duke von Cro˙ (1859-1906) and Princess Ludmilla of Arenberg ( 1870-1953). Karl Alfred is also a grandfather of Karl 14th Duke von Cro˙.|
|18.15151||Prince||Ludwig of Bavaria||1913||2008||Princess||Irmingard of Bavaria||1923||2010||See 18.15116|
|18.151511||Prince||Luitpold of Bavaria||1951||Katrin Beatrix Wiegand||1951|
|18.1515111||Princess||Auguste Marie Philippa of Bavaria||1979||Prince||Ferdinand zur Lippe-Weissenfeld||1976|
|18.1515112||Princess||Alice Isabelle Marie of Bavaria||1981||Prince||Lukas of Auersperg||1981|
|18.1515113||Prince||Ludwig Heinrich of Bavaria||1982|
|18.1515114||Prince||Heinrich Rudolf of Bavaria||1986|
|18.1515115||Prince||Karl Rupprecht of Bavaria||1987|
|18.15152||Princess||Maria of Bavaria||1914||2011||Prince||Pedro Henriqe of Orleans-Bragança||1909||1981||See 12.47221 - A "royaute2" report on the death of Princess Maria|
|18.15153||Princess||Adelgunde of Bavaria||1917||2004||Baron||Zdenko von Hoenning-O'Carrol||1906||1996||Baron Zdenko von Hoenning-O'Carrol was firstly married to Princess Margarite von Lobkowicz (1913-1946). Their daughter Baroness Agnes von Hoenning-O'Carroll (married to Serafim Miloradovich) is the mother of Alexandra Miloradovich.|
|18.15154||Princess||Eleonore of Bavaria||1918||2009||Count||Konstantin von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1909||1972|
|18.151541||Count||Erich von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1952||Antonia Brunnetti||1952||See 18.151173|
|18.151542||Countess||Elisabeth von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1954||Count||Hans-Casper of Toerring-Jettenbach||1953||See 18.K5233|
|18.15155||Princess||Dorothea of Bavaria||1920||Archduke||Gottfried of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1902||1984||See 20.3551|
|18.15156||Prince||Rasso of Bavaria||1926||2011||Archduchess||Theresa of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1931||See 20.38352|
|18.151561||Princess||Maria Theresa of Bavaria||1956||Count||Tamas Kornis de Göncz-Ruszka||1949|
|18.151562||Prince||Franz Josef of Bavaria||1957||Prince Franz is a Benedictine monk known as Pater Florian and has served primarily in Africa.|
|18.151563||Princess||Elisabeth of Bavaria||1959||Count||Andreas von Kuefstein||1954|
|18.151564||Prince||Wolfgang of Bavaria||1960||Countess||Beatrice zu Lodron-Laterano and Castelromano||1964|
|18.151564||Prince||Wolfgang of Bavaria||1960||Tatiana Maria Eames||1976|
|18.151565||Princess||Benedikta of Bavaria||1961||Baron||Rudolf von Freyberg-Eisenberg||1958|
|18.151566||Prince||Christoph of Bavaria||1962||Countess||Gudila von Plettenberg||1962|
|18.151567||Princess||Gisela of Bavaria||1964||Alexander de Afif-Gessaphe||1953||See 26.6654231 - Alexander who bears the title of Prince von Sachsen-Gessaphe was named by Prince Maria Emanuel of Saxony (Margrave of Meissen) as his heir and was adopted by the Margrave on 1 June 1999|
|18.1516||Princess||Mathilde of Bavaria||1877||1906||Prince||Ludwig of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1870||1942||See 28.5224|
|18.1517||Prince||Wolfgang Maria of Bavaria||1879||1895|
|18.1518||Princess||Hidegarde Maria of Bavaria||1881||1948|
|18.1519||Princess||Notburga Karolina of Bavaria||1883||1883|
|18.151J||Princess||Wiltrud Marie of Bavaria||1884||1975||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach (2nd Duke of Urach)||1864||1928||See 22.535 - Wilhelm accepted an invitation to become the King of a newly independent Lithuania in July 1918 but German opposition meant he was thwarted in his ambitions.|
|18.151K||Princess||Helmtrud Marie of Bavaria||1886||1977|
|18.151L||Princess||Dietlinde Maria of Bavaria||1888||1889|
|18.151M||Princess||Gundelinde Maria of Bavaria||1891||1983||Count||Johann Georg von Preysing-Lichtenegg-Moos||1887||1924||See 47.42M (link not quite ready at the present time)|
|18.151M1||Count||Johann Kaspar von Preysing-Lichtenegg-Moos||1919||1940||Johann Kaspar was killed in action at Zug, Switzerland|
|18.151M2||Countess||Maria Theresia von Preysing-Lichtenegg-Moos||1922||2003||Count||Ludwig von Arco-Zinneberg||1913||1942||Ludwig was killed in action at Projawino, Russia|
|18.151M2||Countess||Maria Theresia von Preysing-Lichtenegg-Moos||1922||2003||Count||Ulrich Philipp von Arco-Zinneberg||1917||1980|
|18.151M21||Count||Rupprecht-Maximilian von Arco-Zinneberg||1941||Countess||Katharina Henkel von Donnersmarck||1943|
|18.151M22||Count||Ludwig von Arco-Zinneberg||1944||1944|
|18.151M23||Count||Riprand von Arco-Zinneberg||1955||Archduchess||Marie Beatrice of Austria||1954||See 19.J32131|
|18.152||Prince||Leopold of Bavaria||1846||1930||Archduchess||Gisela of Austria||1856||1932||See 19.J12|
|18.1521||Princess||Elizabeth of Bavaria||1874||1957||Baron||Otto von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1870||1951||The marriage of Elizabeth and Otto caused a scandal in 1893. The couple
eloped and were married on 2 December 1893 in Geneo despite strong opposition from her parents and her paternal grandfather Prince Luitpold of Bavaria (Regent of Bavaria). With the help of her maternal grandfather Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria a reconciliation with her parents was eventually achieved.
Otto who was a serving Bavarian officer at the time of the elopement and as a consequence was unable to return to Bavaria as he would have been tried for desertion. Franz Joseph arranged for the transfer of Otto to the Austrian Army.
Otto was created Count von Seefried auf Buttenheim on 10 January 1904 by Emperor Franz Joseph.
It was also reported that in 1910 Franz Joseph had created Otto a prince, although I have been unsuccessful in locating any supporting evidence of this creation
|18.15211||Countess||Gisela von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1895||1895|
|18.15212||Countess||Elisabeth von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1897||1975|
|18.15213||Countess||Auguste von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1899||1978||Prince||Adalbert of Bavaria||1886||1970||See 18.1912|
|18.15214||Countess||Maria Valeria von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1901||1972||Baron||Rudolph von Stengel||1899||1969|
|18.15214||Countess||Maria Valeria von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1901||1972||William Otto von Riedemann||1903||1940|
|18.152141||Baron||Heinrich von Stengel||1924||1943|
|18.152142||Anna Maria von Riedemann||1934||1985|
|18.152143||Maria Pia von Riedemann||1938|
|18.15215||Count||Franz-Joseph von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1905||1969||Gabrielle von Schnitzler||1919|
|18.1522||Princess||Auguste of Bavaria||1875||1964||Archduke||Joseph Karl of Austria (Palatine of Hungary) (Hungarian Line)||1872||1962||See 21.74|
|18.1523||Prince||Georg of Bavaria||1880||1943||Archduchess||Isabelle of Austria (Teschen Line)||1888||1973||See
44.327 - - 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
marriage was 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.
In 1919 Georg resigned his military career and began studying theology and was ordained a Catholic priest on 19 March 1921.
Prince George possibly saved the life of Consignor Smit, Titular Archbishop of Paralus who had been accosted by a woman with a revolver.
|18.1524||Prince||Konrad of Bavaria||1883||1969||Princess||Bona Margherita of Savoy (Italy)||1896||1971||See 8.223|
|18.15241||Princess||Amalie Isabella of Bavaria||1921||1985||Umberto Poletti||1921||1995|
|18.15242||Prince||Eugen Leopold of Bavaria||1925||1997||Countess||Helene von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1921||See 32.84134 - Helene was firstly married to Prince Konstantin of Bavaria|
|18.153||Princess||Theresa of Bavaria||1850||1925|
|18.154||Prince||Franz Joseph "Arnulf"of Bavaria||1852||1907||Princess||Therese of Liechtenstein||1850||1938||Therese was a sister of Prince Alfred Aloys of Liechtenstein|
|18.1541||Prince||Heinrich Luitpold of Bavaria||1884||1916|| Heinrich was killed in action in Monte Sule, Transylvania
Was he the intended husband for Grand Duchess Marie-Adélaïde of Luxembourg?
|18.16||Princess||Adelgunde of Bavaria||1823||1914||Archduke||Francis of Austria-Este (Duke Francis V of Modena)||1819||1875||See 47.52 - In 1859 the people of Modena voted for union with Savoy and in the following year Francis was deposed. This line died out with the death of Archduke Francis. Francis succeeded his mother Princess Maria Beatrice of Sardinia (wife of Duke Francis IV of Modena) as Heir-Gen of Charles I, King of England (i.e. heir to the Jacobite claim to the throne of Great Britain). Francis was succeeded by his niece Archduchess Marie Theresa of Austria-Este (Modena Line) as Jacobite claimant. Click here for details of the Jacobite Claimants|
|18.17||Princess||Hildegard of Bavaria||1825||1864||Archduke||Albrecht of Austria (2nd Duke of Teschen)||1817||1895||See 44.2|
|18.18||Princess||Alexandra of Bavaria||1826||1875|
|18.19||Prince||Adalbert of Bavaria||1828||1875||Infanta||Amalia of Spain||1834||1905||Infanta Amalia was a sister of Infant Francisco de Assisis of Spain (Duke of Cadiz)|
|18.191||Prince||Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria||1859||1949||Infanta||Maria de la Paz of Spain||1862||1946||See 10.J|
|18.1911||Prince||Ferdinand of Bavaria||1884||1958||Infanta||Maria Theresa of Spain||1882||1912||See 10.72 - Prince Ferdinand was naturalised in Spain on 20 October 1905 and created Infante of Spain at the same time. He renounced his rights to the Bavarian throne on 29 June 1914 although he was granted permission on 3 August 1914 to continue ad persona the right, title and rank of Prince of Bavaria. His children were born Prince/Princess of Bavaria but were raised to Infante/Infanta of Spain when they were born. Maria Theresa died from an embolism (formation of a blood clot) just one week after the birth of her daughter Maria del Pilar|
|18.1911||Prince||Ferdinand of Bavaria||1884||1958||Maria Luisa de Silva y Fernández de Henestrosa||1870||1955||Maria Luisa was created Infanta of Spain in 1927|
|18.19111||Prince||Louis Alfonno of Bavaria (Infant of Spain)||1906||1983|
|18.19112||Prince||Jose Eugenio of Bavaria (Infant of Spain)||1909||1966||Maria de la Asunción "Marisol" Solange de Mesia y Lesseps||1911||2005||Maria via her father was a great niece of Empress Eugenie of the French (1826-1920).
Maria's great grandmother Maria Francesca de Sales Palafox de Guzmán Portocarrero y Kirkpatrick de Closeburn (1825-1860) was an elder sister of Maria Eugenia Ignacia Agustina de Palafox y Kirkpatrick (better known as Empress Eugénie of the French).
Birth Registration of Maria de la Asunción Solange de Mesia y Lesseps
|18.19113||Princess||Maria de las Mercedes of Bavaria (Infanta of Spain)||1911||1953||Prince||Irakly of Bagration-Mukhransky||1909||1977||Prince Irakly Bagration-Moukhransky is from one of the lines of the Bagration family who were former rulers of the Royal House of Georgia.
The situation regarding the Royal House of Georgia is somewhat complex and I profess not to understand it in any sort of detail. The Bagration family were Kings of Georgia from 1008 to 1466 which was then split into the three Kingdoms of Kartli, Imereti and Kakheti all under different offshoots of the Bagration family.
The first Duke of Mukhrani (i.e. Bagration of Mukhrani also known as Bagration-Moukhransky) was Bagrat (c1487 c1540) son of Konstantine II (c1447 1505) last King of united Georgia (1478-90) and first King of Kartli (1490-1505). It is from Bagrat that Prince Irakly is descended. The Kings of Kartli came from the Bagration of Mukhrani family line.
The Dukes of Mukhrani appear to me to have been transferred haphazardly between the different branches of Mukhrani descendants. On some occasions the Dukes of Mukhrani were also the Kings of Kartli.
The Kings of Kakheti came from another Branch of the Bagration family.
When Jesse the last King of Kartli died in 1727 the two Kingdoms of Kartli and Kakheti were merged recreating the Kingdom of Georgia, the Kingdom of Imereti remained independent. The last King of Georgia (Kingdom of Kartli and Kakheti) was George XII (1746-1800) whose male line descendant is Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzinsky of Georgia (born 25 August 1950) who claims the head of the Royal Family of Georgia.
The last Duke of Mukhrani was Konstantine IV who died in 1842 and Prince Irakly is his 2 x great grandson. In 1942 Prince Irakli who was of the genealogically senior branch of the Bagration dynasty, proclaimed himself Head of the Royal House of Georgia.
Prince Irakly's grandson (i.e. from his second marriage to Maria Antonietta Pasquini dei Conti di Costafiorita) is Prince David of Bagration-Moukhransky (born 1976) who married Princess Anna Bagration-Gruzinsky (born 1976) in 2009. Princess Anna is the daughter of Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzinsky (above), thus the marriage united the Gruzinsky (Kakheti) and Moukhransky (Mukhraneli) branches of the Georgian royal family.
Prince Irakly was a brother to Princess Leonida Bagration-Moukhransky
|18.19114||Princess||Maria del Pilar of Bavaria (Infanta of Spain)||1912||1918|
|18.1912||Prince||Adalbert of Bavaria||1886||1970||Countess||Auguste von Seefried auf Buttenheim||1899||1978||See 18.15213|
|18.19121||Prince||Konstantin of Bavaria||1920||1969||Princess||Marie Adelgunde of Hohenzollern||1921||2006||See 6.1122 - Konstantin died in an aeroplane accident at Hechingen.|
|18.19121||Prince||Konstantin of Bavaria||1920||1969||Countess||Helene of Khevenhuller-Metsch||1921||See 32.84134 - Konstantin died in an aeroplane accident at Hechingen. Helene was secondly married to Prince Eugen Leopold of Bavaria|
|18.191211||Prince||Leopold Rupprecht of Bavaria||1943||Ursula Möhlenkamp||1947|
|18.1912111||Prince||Manuel Maria of Bavaria||1972||Princess||Anna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg||1978|
|18.1912112||Princess||Maria del Pilar of Bavaria||1978||A proud day for Maria del Pilar|
|18.1912113||Princess||Maria Felipa of Bavaria||1981||Christian Dienst||1978||Wedding report and photograph of the wedding of Maria Felipa and Christian Dienst|
|18.1912114||Prince||Konstantin Eugen of Bavaria||1986|
|18.191212||Prince||Adalbert Friedrich of Bavaria||1944||Marion Malkowsky||1945|
|18.191212||Prince||Adalbert Friedrich of Bavaria||1944||Sandra Burghardt||1966|
|18.191213||Princess||Ysabel Helene of Bavaria||1954||Count||Alfred Hoyos||1951|
|18.19122||Prince||Alexander of Bavaria||1923||2001|
|18.1913||Princess||Maria del Pilar of Bavaria||1891||1987|
|18.192||Prince||Alfons of Bavaria||1862||1933||Princess||Louise of Orleans (France)||1869||1952||See 13.421- A report on the elaborate wedding of Alfons and Louise|
|18.1921||Prince||Joseph Clemens of Bavaria||1902||1990|
|18.1922||Princess||Elisabeth Maria of Bavaria||1913||2005||Count||Franz Joseph von Kageneck||1915||1941||Franz Joseph was killed in action Staritza by Kalinin, Russia.
Franz Joseph's younger brother Count Erbo von Kageneck (1918-1942) was a German Luftwaffe fighter pilot and flying ace from 1938 to 1942 and was credited with 67 aerial combat victories before finally succumbing on 12 January 1942 to wounds received when his plane was shot but not brought down during combat.
|18.1922||Princess||Elisabeth Maria of Bavaria||1913||2005||Ernst Küstner||1920|
|18.19221||Count||Hubertus von Kageneck||1940||Krista Wöhrl||1940|
|18.19221||Count||Hubertus von Kageneck||1940||Erika Mithoefer||1944|
|18.19221||Count||Hubertus von Kageneck||1940||Karin Waas||1950|
|18.19221||Count||Hubertus von Kageneck||1940||Archduchess||Michaela of Austria||1954||See 19.J32113|
|18.19222||Count||Michael von Kageneck||1941||2012||Christine Maria Bengels||1942|
|18.19222||Count||Michael von Kageneck||1941||2012||Beate Apeldorn||1947|
|18.19222||Count||Michael von Kageneck||1941||2012||Liselotte Buchenthal||1946||Michael and Peter are twins|
|18.19223||Count||Peter von Kageneck||1941||2009||Birgitte von Sivers||1947||Michael and Peter are twins|
|18.193||Princess||Marie Isabella of Bavaria||1863||1924||Prince||Tomasso of Savoy (2 nd Duke of Genoa)||1854||1931||See 8.22 - The great welcome and festivities in Italy for Prince Tomasso when he returned with his new wife Isabella shortly after their wedding in Munich .|
|18.194||Princess||Elvira Alexandrina of Bavaria||1868||1943||Count||Rudolf von Wrbne-Kaunitz-Rietberg||1864||1927|
|18.195||Princess||Clara Eugenie of Bavaria||1874||1941||Princess Clara was at one time Abbess of the Royal Convent of Ladies of Saint Anne at Warzburg. In 1907 she decided to join the Benedictine nuns at Northwood, Isle of Wight. The Mother Superior of Northwood was Princess Adelheid zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg widow of King Miguel of Portugal. It should be noted that Northwood was the location of a country house which served as the temporary home for the nuns between 1901 and 1907 until they purchased Appley House near Ryde on which they built a church which became St Cecilia's Abbey.|
|18.2||Princess||Augusta of Bavaria||1788||1851||Eugene de Beaharnais (1st Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1781||1824||Eugene was the adopted stepson of Emperor Napoleon I (through his first wife Josephine Tascher de la Pagerie, later Empress Josephine and Viscount Alexandre de Beaharnais. Alexandre, a French general was guillotined in 1794 during the French Revolution). Eugene was created Duke of Leuchtenberg with the title Prince(ss) of Leuchtenberg for his children on 14 November 1817 by his father-in-law King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria|
|18.21||Princess||Josephine of Leuchtenberg||1807||1876||King||Oscar I of Sweden (& Norway)||1799||1859||See 3.1|
|18.22||Princess||Hortense of Leuchtenberg||1808||1847||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hohenzollern-Hechingen||1801||1869||Friedrich Wilhelm ceded his sovereign rights to the King of Prussia in 7 December 1849 and his death brought an end to the Hechingen line of Hohenzollern|
|18.23||Duke||August of Leuchtenberg (2nd Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1810||1835||Queen||Maria II of Portugal||1819||1853||See
12.41 - Maria became Queen of Portugal in 1826. A Coup d'etat by her uncle Miguel in 1828 resulted in him being proclaimed King of Portugal 1828 to 1834. Miguel was ousted in 1834, permanently leaving the Country thereby enabling restoration of Maria as Queen. Maria died giving birth to her stillborn daughter, Infanta Eugenio.
August and Maria were married by absence on 1 Dec 1834 and in person at Lisbon 26 Jan 1835 and an interesting article relating to their marriage contract.
In February 1831 Duke August was one of three candidates considered as the new King of the Belgians. However none of these candidates succeeded since the throne went to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
A report on the death of August.
|18.24||Princess||Amelie of Leuchtenberg||1812||1873||King||Pedro IV de Alcántara of Portugal (Emperor of Brazil)||1798||1834||See 12.4 - Brazil was demanding independence from Portugal and Pedro was proclaimed Emperor of Brazil (as Pedro I) on 12 October 1822. He also succeeded to the throne of Portugal on the death of his father and as he didn't want to leave Brazil he abdicated the Portuguese throne in favour of his daughter Maria on 29 April 1826. Pedro also abdicated the Brazilian Throne on 7 April 1831 in favour of his son Pedro II in order to return to Portugal to fight for the restoration of his daughter Maria to the throne of Portugal.|
|18.25||Princess||Theodelinde of Leuchtenberg||1814||1857||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach||1810||1869||See 22.53 - Wilhelm was previously Count Wilhelm of Württemberg and was created Duke von Urach on 28 May 1867, his issue bore the title Prince(ss) von Urach|
|18.26||Princess||Carolina of Leuchtenberg||1816||1816|
|18.27||Duke||Maximilian of Leuchtenberg (3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1817||1852||Grand Duchess||Maria of Russia||1819||1876||See
4.92 - Maximilian's children were accorded the title Prince(ss) Romanovsky by Emperor Nicholas I of Russia on 14 July 1839.
A tale about the romance of Grand Duchess Maria and Duke Maxinilian.
Report on the marriage of Maximilian and Maria.
A short report on the death of Maximilian
|18.271||Princess||Alexandra of Romanovsky||1840||1843|
|18.272||Princess||Maria Romanovsky||1841||1914||Prince||Ludwig Wilhelm of Baden||1829||1897||See 32.55 - A report on the death Princess Maria|
|18.273||Duke||Nicholas of Leuchtenberg (4th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1843||1891||Nadezhda Annenkova||1840||1891||Nicholas's sons on 23 November 1890 were granted the title Duke von Leuchtenberg with the style of "His Highness" by an Imperial decree signed by Emperor Alexander III. The sons could not inherit the Imperial ducal title of Leuchtenberg as this could only be via legitimate heirs in the male line (parents of equal marriage), hence after Nicholas's death the Imperial ducal title passed to his brother Eugen.|
|18.2731||Duke||Nicholas von Leuchtenberg||1868||1928||Countess||Maria Grabbe||1869||1948||Nicholas on 23 November 1890 was granted the title Duke von Leuchtenberg with the style of "His Highness" by an Imperial decree signed by Emperor Alexander III. He could not inherit the Imperial ducal title of Leuchtenberg as this could only be via legitimate heirs in the male line (parents of equal marriage), hence after Nicholas's father's death the Imperial ducal title passed to his uncle Eugen.|
|18.2732||Duke||George von Leuchtenberg||1872||1929||Princess||Olga Repnin-Volkonskaya||1872||1953|| George on 23 November 1890 was granted the title Duke von Leuchtenberg with the style of "His Highness" by an Imperial decree signed by Emperor Alexander III. He could not inherit the Imperial ducal title of Leuchtenberg as this could only be via legitimate heirs in the male line (parents of equal marriage), hence after George's father's death the Imperial ducal title passed to his uncle Eugen.
It was reported in a 1982 newspaper article that George got so excited about the affair surrounding the imposter Anna Anderson (1896-1984) that he invited "Anna" to stay in his Bavarian castle "Schloss Seeon" while her claim was checked. Although Anna Anderson travelled around various countries when she died in 1984 she was cremated the same day, and her ashes were buried in the churchyard at "Schloss Seeon" on 18 June 1984.
|18.274||Princess||Eugenia Romanovsky||1845||1925||Duke||Alexander of Oldenburg||1844||1932||See 31.224|
|18.275||Duke||Eugen of Leuchtenberg (5th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1847||1901||Daria Opotchinina||1845||1870||Daria was granted the title of Countess of Beauharnais in 1869 by a decree of Emperor Alexander II.
Daria died in childbirth of her daughter also named Daria.
|18.2751||Countess||Daria de Beauharnais||1870||1937||Prince||Leon Kotchoubey||1862||1927|
|18.2751||Countess||Daria de Beauharnais||1870||1937||Baron||Waldemar von Gravenitz||1872||1916|
|18.2751||Countess||Daria de Beauharnais||1870||1937||Baron||Victor Markezetti||?||1938||Daria and her husband Victor were arrested on 10 September 1937 by the Russian NKVD. She was executed on 5 November 1937, her husband Victor underwent a longer interrogation and was executed on 15 January 1938.|
|18.275||Duke||Eugen of Leuchtenberg (5th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1847||1901||Zinaida Skobeleva||1856||1899||A report on the strange assassination of Zinaida's mother.
Zinaida's brother was a renown Russian General and on his wedding day did an usual thing. His new wife had flouted him before their marriage and if to get back at her on leaving the church he made a low bow and left her never to speak to her again.
When Zinaida died she left her jewellery to Count Belewskoi who it was reported was the son of Grand Duke Alexis. Grand Duke Alexis had an open affair with Zinaida apparently with the knowledge of her husband Duke Eugen
|18.276||Prince||Sergei Romanovsky||1849||1877||Prince Sergei was killed in action in Rustchuk during the Russian-Turkish War. He was killed in a most unfortunate circumstance, he was on his horse watching the movements of the Turkish enemy in what should have been a safe distance from possible danger. However this was not to be so and he was shot in the head and died immediately.|
|18.277||Duke||George of Leuchtenberg (6th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1852||1912||Duchess||Therese Friederike of Oldenburg||1852||1883||See 31.228|
|18.277||Duke||George of Leuchtenberg (6th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1852||1912||Princess||Stana "Anastasia" of Montenegro||1868||1935||See 40.3|
|18.2771||Duke||Alexander of Leuchtenberg (7th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1881||1942||Nadeshda Caralli||1883||1964||An interesting account in 1909 of the reported intended marriage of Alexander to a Miss Marjorie Gould daughter of a wealthy financier and railroad executive. The intended marriage was denied at the time and obviously did not come to fruition.
A further newspaper report in 1912 said that Emperor Nicholas II had given his consent to the marriage of Alexander to Maria Anna von Friedlander-fuld a wealthy heiress.
|18.2772||Duke||Sergei of Leuchtenberg (8th Duke of Leuchtenberg)||1890||1974||The death of Sergei brought an end to the Imperial line of the House of Leuchtenberg. No remaining heirs of full dynastic status remained; Sergei's parents' marriage (i.e. Duke George of Leuchtenberg , 6th Duke of Leuchtenberg and Princess Stana "Anastasia" of Montenegro) was the last equal marriage entered into by a male dynast of the House of Beauharnais.|
|18.2773||Princess||Elena Romanowsky||1892||1971||Count||Stefan Tyszkiewicz||1896||1976||Death Registration of Stefan Tyszkiewicz|
|18.3||Princess||Amalie of Bavaria||1790||1794|
|18.4||Princess||Charlotte "Karoline" Auguste of Bavaria||1792||1873||King||Wilhelm I of Württemberg||1781||1864||See 22.11|
|18.4||Princess||Charlotte "Karoline" Auguste of Bavaria||1792||1873||Emperor||Franz I of Austria||1768||1835||See
19 - Franz assumed the title of Emperor of Austria on 11 August 1804 and on 6 August 1806 became the last Holy Roman Emperor on its dissolution.
Emperor Franz was married four times:
First - Duchess Elizabeth of Württemberg
Second - Princess Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Third - Archduchess Maria Ludowika of Austia-Este (Modena)
Fourth - Princess Charlotte "Karoline" Auguste of Bavaria
|18.5||Prince||Karl Theodor of Bavaria||1795||1875||Sophie Petin||1796||1838||Sophie was created Baroness von Bayrstorff in 1823|
|18.5||Prince||Karl Theodor of Bavaria||1795||1875||Henriette Schoelter||1816||1866||Henriette was created Baroness von Frankenberg in 1859.
It was reported that Karl Theodor died after a fall from his horse
|18.6||Prince||Maximilian of Bavaria||1800||1803|
|18.7||Princess||Elizabeth of Bavaria||1801||1873||King||Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia||1795||1861||See 11.1 - Princess Elizabeth and Princess Amalie were twins|
|18.8||Princess||Amalie Auguste of Bavaria||1801||1877||King||Johann of Saxony||1801||1873||See 26.66 - Princess Elizabeth and Princess Amalie were twins.|
|18.9||Princess||Sophie of Bavaria||1805||1872||Archduke||Franz Karl of Austria||1802||1878||See 19.J|
|18.J||Princess||Marie Anne of Bavaria||1805||1877||King||Friedrich August II of Saxony||1797||1854||See 26.63|
|18.K||Princess||Ludivika of Bavaria||1808||1892||Duke||Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria||1808||1888||Maximilian's grandfather Duke Wilhelm von Birkenfeld-Gelnhausen (1752 - 1837) married Countess Marie Anne of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken (1753 - 1824) who was a sister of
King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria (born Count of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken). Maximilian I conferred the title Duke in Bavaria on his brother-in-law Wilhelm.
Some interesting paintings/photographs of the Dukes in Bavaria
|18.K1||Duke||Ludwig in Bavaria||1831||1920||Henriette Mendel||1833||1891||Henriette was created Baroness von Wallersee in 1859.
An interesting article on Ludwig and his marriages, even though the genealogical details are somewhat incorrect.
|18.K1||Duke||Ludwig in Bavaria||1831||1920||Barbara Antonie Barth||1871||1956||Barbara was created Baroness von Bartoff in 1892. Barbara had a daughter Helen Mayr by her second husband Maximilian Mayr. Helen was married to Prince Friedrich Christian of Schaumburg-Lippe|
|18.K2||Duke||Wilhelm in Bavaria||1832||1833|
|18.K3||Duchess||Helene in Bavaria||1834||1890||Prince||Maximilian of Thurn and Taxis||1831||1867||See 24.463|
|18.K4||Duchess||Elizabeth "Sisi" in Bavaria||1837||1898||Emperor||Franz Joseph of Austria||1830||1916||See 19.J1 - Elizabeth was assassinated in Geneva by an Italian anarchist, Luigi Lucheni, who stabbed her with a shoemaker's file (some sources mentions it was a knife). Luigi was given a life sentence for the murder and committed suicide in his prison cell in 1910.|
|18.K5||Duke||Karl Theodor in Bavaria||1839||1909||Princess||Sophie of Saxony||1845||1867||See 26.669|
|18.K5||Duke||Karl Theodor in Bavaria||1839||1909||Infanta||Maria José of Portugal||1857||1943||See 12.74 - Karl Theodor became a doctor of medicine specialising in ophthalmology. In 1895 and supported by his wife Maria José he purchased a property on Nymphenburger Strasse 43 in Munich and set up the Herzog Carl Theodor Eye Clinic as a "Charitable Institute for Indigent Eye Patients". where he continued to practice until his death.|
|18.K51||Duchess||Amalie in Bavaria||1865||1912||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach||1864||1928||See 22.535|
|18.K52||Duchess||Sophie in Bavaria||1875||1957||Count||Hans Veit of Toerring-Jettenbach||1862||1929|
|18.K521||Count||Carl Theodor of Toerring-Jettenbach||1900||1967||Princess||Elizabeth of Greece and Denmark||1904||1955||See 16.42|
|18.K5211||Count||Hans Veit of Toerring-Jettenbach||1935||Princess||Henriette of Hohenlohe-Bartenstein||1938||See 20.35722|
|18.K52111||Countess||Clarrisa of Toerring-Jettenbach||1965||Prince||Tassilo von Ratibor und von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1965||See 44.321442|
|18.K52112||Count||Ignatius of Toerring-Jettenbach||1966||Robinia Viviana Giada Mentasti-Granelli||1976|
|18.K52113||Count||Carl Theodor of Toerring-Jettenbach||1969||Natasha Ivanov||?|
|18.K5212||Countess||Helen of Toerring-Jettenbach||1937||Archduke||Ferdinand of Austria||1918||2004||See 19.J3221|
|18.K522||Countess||Antonia of Toerring-Jettenbach||1902||1988||Anton Woerner||1893||1975|
|18.K523||Count||Hans Heribert of Toerring-Jettenbach||1903||1977||Victoria Lindpaintner||1918||1965|
|18.K523||Count||Hans Heribert of Toerring-Jettenbach||1903||1977||Baroness||Maria Immaculata Waldbott von Bassenheim||1921||See 44.3281|
|18.K5231||Countess||Alice Maria of Toerring-Jettenbach||1949|
|18.K5232||Countess||Maria Josefa (Marie-José) of Toerring-Jettenbach||1950|
|18.K5233||Count||Hans-Casper of Toerring-Jettenbach||1953||Countess||Elisabeth von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1954||See 18.151542|
|18.K5234||Count||Maximilian-Gaudenz of Toerring-Jettenbach||1955||1997|
|18.K5235||Countess||Sophie Maria of Toerring-Jettenbach||1957|
|18.K53||Duchess||Elisabeth in Bavaria||1876||1965||King||Albert I of the Belgians||1875||1934||See 14.35 - Albert was killed in a rock climbing accident at Marche-les-Dames, in the Ardennes region of Belgium near Namur|
|18.K54||Duchess||Marie Gabriele in Bavaria||1878||1912||Crown Prince||Rupprecht of Bavaria||1869||1955||See 18.1511|
|18.K55||Duke||Ludwig Wilhelm in Bavaria||1884||1968||Princess||Eleonore of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg||1880||1965||Ludwig Wilhelm adopted Prince Max-Emanuel of Bavaria on 18 March 1965|
|18.K56||Duke||Franz in Bavaria||1888||1912|
|18.K6||Duchess||Maria Sophia in Bavaria||1841||1925||King||Francesco II of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1836||1894||See 37.551 - King Francesco lost his throne when his Kingdom was annexed to Italy in 1860|
|18.K7||Duchess||Mathilde in Bavaria||1843||1925||Prince||Lodovic of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Count di Trani)||1838||1886||See 37.552|
|18.K8||Duchess||Sophia in Bavaria||1847||1897||Prince||Ferdinand of Orleans (France)(Duke of Alencon)||1844||1910||See
Sophia was burnt to death in a tent at a charity bazaar in Paris in which 200 people lost their lives. Her husband Ferdinand was injured but survived the fire.
She was engaged to marry King Ludwig II of Bavaria which was broken off shortly before their marriage. Sophia refused to discuss the subject even with her own family. Some think Ludwig discovered that she was in love with someone else and broke it himself, while others believe the Princess found the King's fantastic ideas too peculiar for her taste.
Death Registration of Prince Ferdinand
|18.K9||Duke||Maximilian in Bavaria||1849||1893||Princess||Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1848||1894||See 28.524|
|18.K91||Duke||Siegfried in Bavaria||1876||1952|
|18.K92||Duke||Christopher in Bavaria||1879||1963||Anna Sibig||1874||1958|
|18.K93||Duke||Luitpold in Bavaria||1890||1973|
|18.L||Princess||Maximiliane of Bavaria||1810||1821|