|45||Landgrave||Friedrich II of Hesse-Cassel||1720||1785||Princess||Mary of Great Britain, Ireland and Hannover||1723||1773||Mary was the daughter of King George II of Great Britain (1683-1760).
The Electors of Hese as viewed in 1851
|45||Landgrave||Friedrich II of Hesse-Cassel||1720||1785||Margravine||Philippine of Brandenburg-Schwedt||1745||1800||Philippine was a sister to Margravine Friederike of Brandenburg-Shwedt|
|45.1||Prince||Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1741||1742|
|45.2||Landgrave||Wilhelm IX of Hesse-Cassel||1743||1821||Princess||Caroline of Denmark||1747||1820||Wilhelm was created Elector of Hesse in 1803 as William I.
Wilhelm IX inherited possibly the largest fortune in Europe on his father's death in 1785 which was derived mainly from the hire of troops to the British government for the putting down of the Revolution in the United States.
Wilhelm IX being worried about Napoleon encroaching into his territory and taking his personal property that he entrusted a large part of it to the Jewish banker Mayer Amschel Rothschild who wisely invested it helping to some extent the founding of the wealth of the Rothschild's banking dynasty.
|45.21||Princess||Friederike of Hesse-Cassel||1768||1839||Prince||Alexis von Anhalt-Bernburg||1767||1834||Alexis was created the first Duke of Anhalt-Bernburg in 1807 (some sources show 1803 or 1806, I'm trying to identify the correct year).|
|45.211||Princess||Katharine Wilhelmine of Anhalt-Bernburg||1796||1796|
|45.212||Princess||Luise of Anhalt-Bernburg||1799||1882||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig of Prussia||1794||1863||See 24.71|
|45.213||Prince||Friedrich Amadeus of Anhalt-Bernburg||1801||1801|
|45.214||Duke||Alexander Karl of Anhalt-Bernburg||1805||1863||Princess||Friederike of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1811||1902||See 35.2
The death of Alexander Karl brought an end to the Anhalt-Bernburg branch of the Ducal House of Anhalt. As a result the previous three Duchies of Anhalt-Dessau, Anhalt-Kothen (extinct in 1847) and Anhalt-Bernburg were reunited into the Duchy of Anhalt in 1863
|45.22||Princess||Karoline Amalie of Hesse-Cassel||1771||1848||Duke||Emil Leopold "August" of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1772||1822||Emil Leopold was firstly married to Duchess Luise Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and via this marriage became the parents of Princess Luise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. Princess Luise was the mother of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, husband of Queen Victoria.|
|45.23||Prince||Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1772||1784|
|45.24||Elector||Wilhelm II of Hesse-Cassel||1777||1847||Princess||Auguste of Prussia||1780||1841||Auguste was a sister to King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia|
|45.24||Elector||Wilhelm II of Hesse-Cassel||1777||1847||Emilie Ortlöpp||1791||1843||Emilie was created Countess von Reichenbach-Lessonitz in 1821|
|45.24||Elector||Wilhelm II of Hesse-Cassel||1777||1847||Baroness||Caroline von Berlepsch||1820||1877||Caroline was created Baroness von Bergen in 1844 and Countess von Bergen in 1846|
|45.241||Prince||Wilhelm Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1798||1802|
|45.242||Princess||Karoline Friederike of Hesse-Cassel||1799||1854|
|45.243||Princess||Luise Friederike of Hesse-Cassel||1801||1803|
|45.244||Elector||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1802||1875||Gertrud Falkenstein||1803||1882||Friedrich Wilhelm took the side of Austria in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866 and as a consequence Hesse-Cassel was
annexed by Prussia in the same year.
Gertrud Falkenstein was created Countess (Gräfin) von Schaumburg in 1831 and Princess von Hanau und zu Horowitz (Serene Highness) in 1862. The chldren of Friedrich Wilhelm and Gertrud Falkenstein were given the title prince/princess of Hanau.
An interesting account of Gertrud Falkenstein published shortly after her death. She was married in 1822 or 1823 to an army officer Karl Michael Lehmann and shortly after the marriage she met Friedrich Wilhelm. Her husband Karl Lehmann apparently was induced by Friedrich Wilhelm with a sum of the equivalent of £15,000 pounds to divorce his wife Gertrud.
A somewhat unflattering article on Friedrich Wilhelm shortly after his death.
Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I was succeeded as representative of the House of Hesse-Cassel by his second cousin Landgrave Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel(1820-1884)
|45.2441||Princess||Auguste Marie Gertrud von Hanau||1829||1887||Prince||Ferdinand Maximilian III (Fürst) zu Isenburg-Büdingen in Wächtersbach||1824||1903|
|45.2442||Princess||Alexandrine von Hanau||1830||1871||Prince||Felix Eugen of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1818||1900||See 22.324|
|45.2443||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm von Hanau||1832||1889||Auguste Birnbaum||1837||1862||Marriage registration of Friedrich Wilhelm and Auguste Birnbaum|
|45.2443||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm von Hanau||1832||1889||Ludowika Gloede||1840||1912|
|45.2444||Prince||Moritz Philipp Heinrich von Hanau (1st Fürst von Hanau)||1834||1889||Anne von Lossberg||1829||1876|
|45.2445||Prince||Wilhelm von Hanau (2nd Fürst von Hanau)||1836||1902||Princess||Elisabeth Wilhelmine of Schaumburg-Lippe||1841||1926||See 43.9|
|45.2445||Prince||Wilhelm von Hanau (2nd Fürst von Hanau)||1836||1902||Countess||Elisabeth zur Lippe-Weissenfeld||1868||1952|
|45.2446||Princess||Marie Auguste von Hanau||1839||1917||Prince||Wilhelm of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld||1831||1890||See 35.41
Prince Wilhelm was married four times:
First - Princess Marie von Hanau und zu Horowitz (1839-1917)
Second - Princess Juliane zu Bentheim und Steinfurt (1842-1878)
Third - Princess Adelheid zu Bentheim und Steinfurt (1840-1880)
Fourth - Princess Auguste of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. (1840-1880)
Chlodwig, a son from the second marriage of Prince Wilhelm (to Princess Juliane zu Bentheim und Steinfurt) succeeded his distant cousin Ernst Eugen of Hesse-Philippsthal as Landgrave of Hesse-Philippsthal.
|45.2447||Prince||Karvon Hanau (3rd Fürst von Hanau)||1840||1905||Countess||Hermine Grote||1859||1939|
|45.2448||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm von Hanau (4th Fürst von Hanau)||1842||1917||Martha Riegel||1876||1943|
|45.2449||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm Philipp||1844||1914||Albertine Hubatschek-Stauber||1840||1912|
|45.245||Princess||Marie of Hesse-Cassel||1804||1888||Duke||Bernard II of Saxe-Meiningen||1800||1882||See 29.3|
|45.246||Prince||Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1806||1806|
|45.3||Landgrave||Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1744||1836||Princess||Louisa of Denmark||1750||1831||Louisa was a daughter of King Frederick V (1723-1766) of Denmark and an aunt to her son-in-law King Frederik VI of Denmark|
|45.31||Landgravine||Marie Sophie of Hesse-Cassel||1767||1852||King||Frederik VI of Denmark||1768||1839||See Danish Family Tree|
|45.311||Prince||Christian of Denmark||1791||1791|
|45.312||Princess||Marie Louise of Denmark||1792||1793|
|45.313||Princess||Caroline of Denmark||1793||1881||Prince||Ferdinand of Denmark||1792||1863||See Danish Family Tree|
|45.314||Princess||Louise of Denmark||1795||1795|
|45.315||Prince||Christian of Denmark||1797||1797|
|45.316||Princess||Juliana Louise of Denmark||1802||1802|
|45.317||Princess||Frederikke Marie of Denmark||1805||1805|
|45.318||Princess||Wilhelmine Marie of Denmark||1808||1891||King||Frederik VII of Denmark||1808||1863||See 23.52|
|45.318||Princess||Wilhelmine Marie of Denmark||1808||1891||Duke||Karl of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1813||1878||See 35.3|
|45.32||Landgrave||Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1769||1772|
|45.33||Landgrave||Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1771||1845||Klara von Brockdorff||1778||1836|
|45.34||Landgravine||Juliane of Hesse-Cassel||1773||1860||Juliane was appointed
Abbess of the Convent of Itzehoe in 1810 and served until her death in 1860. She was the first of three Princesses who were consecutively Abbesses of the Convent from 1810 to 1941.
The second Abbess was Princess Luise of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1820-1894)
The third Abbess was Princess Marie of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1859-1941)
|45.35||Landgrave||Christian of Hesse-Cassel||1776||1814|
|45.36||Landgravine||Luise of Hesse-Cassel||1789||1867||Duke||Wilhelm of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck||1785||1831||See 35 - The elder branch of the Dukes of Glücksburg died out in 1779 with the death of Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Herzog von Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (1747-1779) and the title reverted to the Danish Throne. On 6 July 1825 Luise's brother-in-law King Friedrich VI of Denmark transferred the title (and also Glücksburg Castle) over to Wilhelm who was invested with the Duchy of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (“Beck” in the ducal title was named after an estate in Westfalia)|
|45.4||Landgrave||Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1747||1837||Princess||Karoline of Nassau-Usingen||1762||1823|
|45.41||Landgrave||Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1787||1867||Princess||Louise "Charlotte" of Denmark||1789||1864||Louise "Charlotte" was a sister to King Christian VIII of Denmark|
|45.411||Princess||Karoline Friederike of Hesse-Cassel||1811||1829|
|45.412||Princess||Marie Luise of Hesse-Cassel||1814||1895||Prince||Friedrich of Anhalt-Dessau||1799||1864||Friedrich was a brother of Duke Leopold IV Anhalt-Dessau|
|45.4121||Princess||Adelheid of Anhalt-Dessau||1833||1916||Grand Duke||Adolphe of Luxemburg||1817||1905||See 34 - Adolphe was previously Duke Adolf of Nassau and became Grand Duke of Luxemburg on 23 November 1890 having previously lost his throne of Nassau on 20 September 1866 when it was annexed to Prussia. The Duchy of Luxemburg up until 1890 was ruled by the King of the Netherlands but being subject to Salic Laws it was separated from Netherlands on the death of King Wilhelm III without males heirs|
|45.4122||Princess||Bathildis of Anhalt-Dessau||1837||1902||Prince||Wilhelm Karl of Schaumburg-Lippe||1834||1906||See
43.7 - The Nachod Castle in Bohemia was bought by the Princely family of Schaumburg-Lippe in 1842 and Wilhelm Karl is the founder of the Nachod line of Schaumburg-Lippe,
Wilhelm Karl died of heart trouble in the Castle on 4 April 1906 and just five hours later his daughter-in-law Princess Louise of Denmark died in the same castle from meningitis.
|45.4123||Princess||Hilda Charlotte of Anhalt-Dessau||1839||1926|
|45.413||Princess||Luise of Hess-Cassel||1817||1898||King||Christian IX of Denmark||1818||1906||See
2 - Christian was formerly Prince Christian of
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and became King of Denmark on 15 November 1863 following the death of his childless second cousin
King Frederik VII of Denmark. For further reading please see
Kings and Queens of Denmark.
A nice article celebrating the Golden Wedding of Princess Luise and Christian IX.
An article on the circumstances leading to Christian becoming King of Denmark
Death report of Princess Luise (Queen of Denmark)
Death report of King Christian IX
|45.414||Landgrave||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1820||1884||Grand Duchess||Alexandra of Russia||1825||1844||See
4.95 - Landgrave Friedrich succeeded his second cousin
Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I (1802-1875) as representative of the House of Hesse-Cassel. Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I lost his throne on 20 September 1866 when Hesse was annexed to Prussia. The title of Elector ceased to be used following the death of Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I.
Grand Duchess Alexandra who was dying of tuberculosis went into labour when she was six months' pregnant, her son Wilhelm lived only for a few hours with his mother dying a few hours later.
|45.414||Landgrave||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1820||1884||Princess||Anne of Prussia||1836||1918||See
11.53 - Landgrave Friedrich succeeded his second cousin Elector Friedrich Wilhelm (1802-1875) as representative of the House of Hesse-Cassel. Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I lost his throne on 20 September 1866 when Hesse was annexed to Prussia. The title of Elector ceased to be used following the death of Elector Friedrich Wilhelm I.
Princess Anne was a first cousin to Landgrave Friedrich's first wife Grand Duchess Alexandra. Anne's' father and Alexandra's mother were brother and sister.
|45.4141||Prince||Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1844||1844|
|45.4142||Landgrave||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1854||1888||Friedrich Wilhelm died at sea en route from Batavia to Singapore. It was reported in the
Singapore Free Press 16 October 1888 the Landgrave of Hesse had been suffering from the intense heat whilst in Batavia and it was decided he and his suite should proceed to Singapore. The Landgrave retired to bed on 13 October and his servant checked on him a couple of times in the early hours of the following day and found he was asleep in his bed. However when a further check was made early afternoon the Landgrave's bed was empty and there was no sign of him even though his servant was in attendance at his door during the night. It was concluded the Landgrave perhaps from delirium had climbed through the port hole and dropped into the sea. It would appear his body was never found.
Another report suggested a temporary insanity caused by the heat led to his death by suicide.
|45.4143||Princess||Elisabeth of Hesse-Cassel||1861||1955||Hereditary Prince||Leopold Friedrich of Anhalt||1855||1886||See 24.7331- Brief report on the death of Leopold Friedrich|
|45.4144||Landgrave||Alexander Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1863||1945||Baroness||Gisela Stockhorner von Starein||1884||1965||Alexander Friedrich renounced his rights as head of the House of Hesse-Cassel in favour of his brother Friedrich Karl on 15 March 1925 just ten days before his marriage to Gisela.
Alexander who was blind from birth was a noted composer and musician.
|45.4145||Landgrave||Friedrich Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1868||1940||Princess||Margarete "Mossy" of Prussia||1872||1954||See
11.218 - Landgrave Friedrich Karl was elected
King of Finland 9 October in 1918 but withdrew acceptance 2 months later on 20 December 1918. Finland was acquired by Russia from Sweden following the 1808-1809 Russian-Swedish War and organised as an autonomous grand duchy, with the Russian Emperor as grand duke. Finland declared its independence from Russia on 6 December 1917.
A report on the wedding of Prince Margaret and Langrave Freidrich Karl
|45.41451 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1893||1916||Friedrich was killed in action in Kara Orman, Roumania|
|45.41452 - QVD||Prince||Maximilian of Hesse-Cassel||1894||1914||Maximilian was
killed in action in
St Jean Chapelle. In very mysterious circumstances his body disappeared shortly after his death on 13 October 1914. The
New York Times reported in August 1916 that he was buried in a paupers grave in Hazebrouk however it wasn't until 1920 that his body was released to his parents.
Another interesting report of the day regarding how the monks of Mont des Cats monastery looked after the dying Maximilian and how he was buried by a parish priest.
|45.41453 - QVD||Landgrave||Philipp of Hesse-Cassel||1896||1980||Princess||Mafalda of Savoy||1902||1944||See
8.1212 - Landgrave Philipp was arrested by the Gestapo in 1943 and put into solitary confinement for 20 months. He was later arrested by the American Army and was finally freed in 1948. In early September of 1943, Princess Mafalda traveled to Bulgaria to attend the funeral of her brother-n-law, King Boris III. Hitler believed Mafalda was working against the Nazis and the Gestapo ordered her arrest, and on September 23rd she received a telephone call from Karl Hass at the German High Command who informed her there was an important message from her husband. On her arrival at the German embassy she was arrested, ostensibly for her subversive activities, but also as a threat to keep her father, the King of Italy, in line. Mafalda was transported to Munich for questioning, then to Berlin and was finally deported to Buchenwald concentration camp. Mafalda died in Buchenwald concentration camp; she was severely wounded during an Allied bombing raid and had to have an arm amputated and she died the following day. Landgrave Philipp and Prince Wolfgang were twins.
A report on the wedding of Mafalda and Philip
|45.414531 - QVD||Landgrave||Moritz of Hesse-Cassel||1926||2013||Princess||Tatiania of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg||1940||Landgrave Moritz was adopted in 1960 by Prince Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine and succeeded to the Ducal title of Hess and by Rhine following the death of Prince Ludwig. Princess Tatiana is a sister of Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg|
|45.4145311 - QVD||Princess||Mafalda of Hesse-Cassel||1965||Count||Enrico Marone Cizano||1963||Enrico's father Count Alberto Marone (1929-1989) (2nd Count of Marone) is a son of Count Enrico Marone (1st Count of Marone) and his first wife Noemi de Alcosta y Garcia de Mansilla|
|45.4145311 - QVD||Princess||Mafalda of Hesse-Cassel||1965||Carlo Galdo||1954|
|45.4145311 - QVD||Princess||Mafalda of Hesse-Cassel||1965||Count||Ferdinando Brachetti-Peretti||1960|
|45.41453111 - QVD||Tatiana Galdo||1992|
|45.41453112 - QVD||Polissena Galdo||1993|
|45.41453113 - QVD||Cosmo Brachetti-Peretti||2000|
|45.41453114 - QVD||Briano Brachetti-Peretti||2002|
|45.4145312 - QVD||Landgrave||Heinrich Donatus of Hesse-Cassel||1966||Countess||Floria-Franziska von Faber-Castell||1974||Floria's ancestry can be traced back to her great grandfather Count Alexander Friedrich of Castell-Rüdenhausen (1866-1928) who in 1898 married Baroness Ottilie von Faber (of pencil fame) on 28 February 1898. Alexander declared for himself and his descendants from this marriage the name and title of Count/ Countess von Faber-Castell. The company name of Faber was changed to Faber-Castell following this marriage.
Click here for "Graf von Faber-Castell - A History"
|45.41453121 - QVD||Princess||Paulina of Hesse-Cassel||2007||Paulina and Moritz are twins|
|45.41453122 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Moritz of Hesse-Cassel||2007||Paulina and Moritz are twins|
|45.41453123 - QVD||Prince||August of Hesse-Cassel||2012|
|45.4145313 - QVD||Princess||Elena of Hesse-Cassel||1967|
|45.41453131 - QVD||Madeleine Caiazzo||1999||Madeleine's parents are Princess Elena and Massimo Caiazzo|
|45.4145314 - QVD||Prince||Philipp of Hesse-Cassel||1970||Laetitia Bechtolf||1978|
|45.41453141 - QVD||Princess||Elena of Hesse-Cassel||2006|
|45.41453142 - QVD||Prince||Tito of Hesse-Cassel||2008|
|45.414532 - QVD||Prince||Heinrich of Hesse-Cassel||1927||1999||Heinrich was an artist and theatrical designer working under the name of Enrico d'Assia. An example of Enrico's work can be found at:Scene design for Act III, Scene 2 in "Turandot," ca.1965, gouache, watercolor, and graphite on paper, 6 1/2 x 11".
Portrait of Princess Elizaveta
It was reported in 1954 how he "fooled" leftist and communist art critics when using his pseudonym Assia.
|45.414533 - QVD||Prince||Otto of Hesse-Cassel||1937||1998||Angela von Doering||1940||1991|
|45.414533 - QVD||Prince||Otto of Hesse-Cassel||1937||1998||Elisabeth Bönker||1944||2013||Elisabeth Bönker was firstly married in 1969 to the German painter Arrigo Wittler (1918-2004) note: Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels (GHdA) (2007) shows the year of death of Arrigo Wittler as 2005, internet sources show it as 2004.|
|45.414534 - QVD||Princess||Elisabeth of Hesse-Cassel||1940||Count||Friedrich Karl von Oppersdorff||1925||1985||See 20.3K414|
|45.4145341 - QVD||Count||Friedrich Karl von Oppersdorff||1962|
|45.4145342 - QVD||Count||Alexander von Oppersdorff||1965||Marta Sueli de Faria Sforni||1966|
|45.41454 - QVD||Prince||Wolfgang of Hesse-Cassel||1896||1989||Princess||Marie Alexandra Louise of Baden||1902||1944||See 32.5521 - Princess Marie was killed in an Allied bombing raid in Frankfurt-am-Main. Landgrave Philipp and Prince Wolfgang were twins|
|45.41454 - QVD||Prince||Wolfgang of Hesse-Cassel||1896||1989||Ottilie Moeller||1903||1991||Landgrave Philipp and Prince Wolfgang were twins. Prince Wolfgang adopted his nephew Prince Karl of Hesse-Cassel on 7 July 1952|
|45.41455 - QVD||Prince||Richard of Hesse-Cassel||1901||1969||Prince Richard and Prince Christoph were twins. Prince Richard adopted his nephew
Prince Rainer of Hesse-Cassel on 7 July 1952.
Prince Wolfgang was the last surviving descendant of Queen Victoria born during her lifetime.
|45.41456 - QVD||Prince||Christoph of Hesse-Cassel||1901||1943||Princess||Sophie of Greece and Denmark||1914||2001||See 16.74 - Prince Richard and Prince Christoph were twins. Prince Christoph was killed in an aeroplane accident in the Appenines whilst on active service|
|45.414561 - QVD||Princess||Christina of Hesse-Cassel||1933||2011||Prince||Andrej of Yugoslavia||1929||1990||See 7.543 - Prince Andrej committed suicide|
|45.414561 - QVD||Princess||Christina of Hesse-Cassel||1933||2011||Robert van Eyck||1916||1991||Marriage Registration of Princess Christina and Robert van Eyckk|
|45.4145611 - QVD||Helen Sophia van Eyck||1963||Roderick Harman||1942||Birth Registration of Helen Sophia van Eyck|
|45.41456111 - QVD||Sascha Alexandra Sophia Harman||1986|
|45.41456112 - QVD||Pascale Harman||1989||Richard Miles||?|
|45.4145612 - QVD||Mark Nicholas van Eyck||1966||Joanne Green||1961||Birth Registration of Mark Nicholas van Eyck|
|45.414562 - QVD||Princess||Dorothea of Hesse-Cassel||1934||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Windisch-Graetz||1917||2002||See 23.112324|
|45.414563 - QVD||Prince||Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1937||Countess||Yvonne Szapáry von Mura_Szombath, Széchysziget u.Szapár||1944||Karl was adopted by his uncle
Prince Wolfgang of Hesse-Cassel on 7 July 1952.
Yvonne Szapary de Muraszombath is a distant cousin (in fact 4th cousin) to Princess Michael of Kent
|45.4145631 - QVD||Prince||Chistoph of Hesse-Cassel||1969|
|45.4145632 - QVD||Princess||Irina of Hesse-Cassel||1971||Count||Alexander von Schönburg-Glauchau||1969||Alexander is the present Head of the Schönburg-Glauchau family. His elder brother Carl-Alban renounced his rights as a consequence of his non-dynastic marriage to Juliet Beechy-Fowler in 1995.|
|45.41456321 - QVD||Countess||Maria-Letitia von Schönburg-Glauchau||2001|
|45.41456322 - QVD||Count||Maximus Carolus von Schönburg-Glauchau||2003|
|45.41456323 - QVD||Count||Valentin Polykarp von Schönburg-Glauchau||2005|
|45.414564 - QVD||Prince||Rainer of Hesse-Cassel||1939||Rainer was adopted by his uncle Prince Richard of Hesse-Cassel on 7 July 1952|
|45.414565 - QVD||Princess||Clarissa of Hesse-Cassel||1944||Claude-Jean Derrien||1948||Clarissa was born posthumously|
|45.4145651 - QVD||Johanna von Hessen||1980||Clarissa has no issue by Claude-Jean but Johanna is her natural daughter|
|45.4146||Princess||Marie Polyxene of Hesse-Cassel||1872||1882|
|45.4147||Princess||Sibylle Margaretha of Hesse-Cassel||1877||1953||Baron||Friedrich von Vincke||1867||1925||A newspaper article in 1894 was suggesting that the sixteen year Sibylle was the intended fiancé of the future Emperor Nicholas II of Russia.|
|45.415||Princess||Auguste Sophie of Hesse-Cassel||1823||1889||Baron||Karl Friedrich von Blixen-Fineke||1822||1873|
|45.416||Princess||Sophie of Hesse-Cassel||1827||1827|
|45.42||Prince||Karl Friedrich of Hesse-Cassel||1789||1802|
|45.43||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1790||1876|
|45.44||Prince||Ludwig Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1791||1800|
|45.45||Prince||Georg Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1793||1881|
|45.46||Princess||Luise Caroline of Hesse-Cassel||1794||1881||Baron||Georg von der Decken||1787||1859|
|45.47||Princess||Marie of Hesse-Cassel||1796||1880||Grand Duke||Georg Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Strelitz||1779||1860||See 24.8|
|45.48||Princess||Augusta Wilhelmine of Hesse-Cassel||1797||1889||Prince||Adolphus of Great Britain (Duke of Cambridge)||1774||1850||Adolphus was a younger brother of King George IV and later King William IV of Great Britain.
From 1816 to 1837, he served as viceroy of Hanover on behalf of his two brothers.
Death Registration of Princess Augusta Wilhelmine (Duchess of Cambridge)
Death Registration of Prince Adolphus of Great Britain (Duke of Cambridge)
Death announcement of Princess Augusta Wilhelmine (Duchess of Cambridge).
A detailed report on the death and life of the Duke of Cambridge.
A report on the funeral of the Duke of Cambridge. The funeral report mentions that the Duke of Cambridge was buried in Kew Church. in 1851 his son George the new Duke of Cambridge "erected a little mausoleum at the east end of the church". Finally, on 10 January 1930 his remains were transferred to St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
|45.481||Prince||George of Great Britain (Duke of Cambridge)||1819||1904||Sarah Louise Fairbrother||1816||1890||George was commander-in-chief of the British Army from 1856 to 1895 his wife Sarah was known
as Mrs. Fitzgeorge.
Marriage Registration of Prince George (Duke of Cambridge) and Sarah Louise Fairbrother
Death Registration of Prince George (Duke of Cambridge)
Death report of George, Duke of Cambridge.
Death Registration of Sarah Louise Fairbrother (Mrs. Fitzgeorge)
Obituary report of Sarah Louise Fairbrother
Both The Duke of Cambridge and his wife Sarah Fairbrother are buried at the famous Kensal Green Cemetery (search for Cambridge and Fairbrother) to locate their appropriate entry in the Notable personalities at Kensal Green Cemetery Web Page
|45.4811||George FitzGeorge||1843||1907||Rosa Baring||1854||1927|
|45.4812||Adolphus FitzGeorge||1846||1922||Sofia Holden||1857||1920|
|45.4812||Adolphus FitzGeorge||1846||1922||Margaret Watson||1863||1934|
|45.482||Princess||Augusta of Great Britain||1822||1916||Grand Duke||Friedrich Wilhelm of Mecklenburg-Strelitz||1819||1904||24.82 - NY Times article on the
death of Grand Duke Friedrich Wilhelm
Obituary on "Dowager" Grand Duchess Augusta, granddaughter of King George III of Great Britain.
A nice article which was published shortly before the diamond wedding anniversary of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess
|45.483||Princess||Mary Adelaide of Great Britain||1833||1897||Count||Franz von Hohenstein||1837||1900||22.262 - Franz was created Prince of Teck in 1863 by Emperor Franz Joseph and Duke of Teck on 16 September 1871. Teck was a subsidiary title of his father Duke Alexander of Württemberg.
Marriage Registration of Prince Francis (Franz) of Teck and Princess Mary Cambridge
Death Registration of Franz ,Duke of Teck
Death Registration of Mary Adelaide
An interesting article on Mary Adelaide published shortly after her death