|5||Grand Duke||Ludwig I of Hesse and by Rhine||1753||1830||Landgravine||Luise of Hesse-Darmstadt||1761||1829||Ludwig was previously Landgrave Ludwig X of Hesse-Darmstadt who on 13 August 1806 assumed the
title Grand Duke of Hesse and on 7 July 1816 by the Congress of Vienna was further recognised as the Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (as Ludwig I).
Ludwig I and Luise were first cousins their respective fathers were brothers.
|5.1||Grand Duke||Ludwig II of Hesse and by Rhine||1777||1848||Princess||Wilhelmina of Baden||1788||1836||See 32.18 - Various sources report that Wilhelmina's last two children (Alexander and Marie) were fathered by Baron August Ludwig von Senarclens de Grancy. To avoid a scandal, Ludwig II, acknowledged Alexander and Marie as his own children|
|5.11||Grand Duke||Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine||1806||1877||Princess||Mathilda of Bavaria||1813||1862||See 18.12|
|5.11||Grand Duke||Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine||1806||1877||Magdalene Appel||1846||1917||Magdalene was created Baroness von Hochstädten on 9 June 1868.
A brief report on the death of Ludwig III
|5.12||Prince||Karl of Hesse and by Rhine||1809||1877||Princess||Elizabeth of Prussia||1815||1885||Elizabeth's father Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (1783-1851) was a brother of King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia|
|5.121||Grand Duke||Ludwig IV of Hesse and by Rhine||1837||1892||Princess||Alice of Great Britain||1843||1878||See
1.3 - Alice died after contracting diphtheria from her son Ernst (he subsequently made a recovery).
Birth Registration of Princess Alice.
A detailed report on the marriage of Grand Duke Ludwig IV and Princess Alice. Marriage Registration of Grand Duke Ludwig IV and Princess Alice.
The New York Times Report on Ludwig IV's death
The New York Times Report on Alice's death
|5.121||Grand Duke||Ludwig IV of Hesse and by Rhine||1837||1892||Alexandrine von Kolemine||1854||1941||Grand Duke Ludwig secretly married
Alexandrine von Kolemine, known as Madame de Kolemine on in Darmstadt on 30 April 1884 on the same day as his daughter Victoria married Prince Louis of Battenberg. Under pressure from Queen Victoria the marriage was speedily annulled and the marriages dissolved on 9 July 1884.
As part of the annulment settlement Alexandrine was provided with an annuity of forty thousand marks and created Countess Romrod.
Alexandrine was born Alexandrina Hutten-Czapska and was firstly married to Alexander Kolemine the Russian chargé d'affaires in Darmstadt. Following her quick annulment from Ludwig she married thirdly another Russian diplomat Baron Bacheracht on 18 May 1893.
|5.1211 - QVD||Princess||Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine||1863||1950||Prince||Louis of Battenberg||1854||1921||See 5.142 -
Prince Louis was created 1 st Marquess of Milford Haven and the family name changed to Mountbatten in 1917. He became a British Subject in 1868 at the age of 14 years.
A detailed article on the wedding of Princess Victoria and Prince Louis.
Birth Registration of Princess Victoria
Death Registration of Princess Victoria
Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine and Prince Louise of Battenberg are buried at St. Mildred's Church, Whippingham, Isle of Wight. (photograph - Allan Raymond during a visit)
|5.1212 - QVD||Princess||Elizabeth "Ella" of Hesse and by Rhine||1864||1918||Grand Duke||Serge of Russia||1857||1905||See
4.917 - Grand Duke Serge was killed by an anarchist's bomb
Elizabeth took the name "Elisaveta Feodorovna" on her marriage
|5.1213 - QVD||Princess||Irene of Hesse and by Rhine||1866||1953||Prince||Heinrich of Prussia||1862||1929||See 11.213|
|5.1214 - QVD||Grand Duke||Ernst Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine||1868||1937||Princess||Victoria Melita "Ducky" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1876||1936||See
1.43 - Grand Duke Ernst lost his throne on 8 November 1918 when Hesse was proclaimed a Republic
The New York Times Report on the wedding of Ernst Ludwig and Victoria Melita
|5.1214 - QVD||Grand Duke||Ernst Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine||1868||1937||Princess||Eleonore "Onor" of Solms-Hohensolms-Lich||1871||1937||Grand Duke Ernst lost his throne on 8 November 1918 when Hesse was proclaimed a Republic.
Report on the wedding of Ernst Ludwig and Eleonore.
Ernst died on 9 October 1937, the following month on 16 November his wife Eleonore together with their son Hereditary Grand Duke Georg (and his wife Princess Cecilie and two sons) were killed in an aeroplane accident near Ostende.
|5.12141 - QVD||Princess||Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine||1895||1903||Elisabeth died of typhoid fever.
However it was reported in various newspaper that Elisabeth died from oyster poisoning whilst a guest of Emperor Nicholas II of Russia.
|5.12142 - QVD||Stillborn Son (son of Princess Victoria Melita of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg) and Grand Duke Ernest Louis of Hesse and by Rhine)||1900||1900|
|5.12143 - QVD||Hereditary Grand Duke||Georg Donatus of Hesse and by Rhine||1906||1937||Princess||Cecilie of Greece and Denmark||1911||1937||See
16.73 - Hereditary Grand Duke Georg his wife Princess Cecilia, two sons and mother Princess Eleoner were
killed in an aeroplane accident near Ostende. Cecilia was eight months pregnant at the
time of the crash and the baby's body was discovered amongst the wreckage. The party were on their way to Croydon Airport to attend the wedding of his
Prince Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine to Margaret Geddes. A total of eight passengers and three crew
members were killed in the crash.
Further details of the eight passengers who were killed in the crash.
The Evening Independent of 23 November 1937 (a Florida based newspaper) included a report from the newspaper Midi-Journal which had said a Belgian inquiry into last week's airplane disaster at Ostend indicated that the pilot attempted to land because the Archduchess of Hesse bei Rhein , one of the passengers, was giving birth to a baby. The body of the new-born infant was found in the wreckage..
It was also reported a search of the immediate crash area led to the recovery of jewellery which had been flung from the baggage of the Grand Ducal party.
On 20 December 1937 it was reported that the superintendent of Ostend airport is on a charge of manslaughter following the crash possibly due to the non dispatch of a radio message to the airplane pilot to travel direct to Croydon due to fog conditions. I'm not aware of the outcome of this manslaughter charge.
|5.121431 - QVD||Prince||Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine||1931||1937||Prince Ludwig and his younger brother Alexander along with their parents were killed in an aeroplane accident near Ostende. Please see above|
|5.121432 - QVD||Prince||Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine||1933||1937||Prince Alexander and his older brother Ludwig along with their parents were killed in an aeroplane accident near Ostende. Please see above|
|5.121433 - QVD||Princess||Johanna of Hesse and by Rhine||1936||1939||Princess Johanna died of Meningitis. She had been adopted by her uncle Ludwig following the tragic death of her parents and siblings|
|5.121434 - QVD||Stillborn Child (child of Princess Cecilie of Greece and Denmark and Grand Duke Georg of Hesse and by hine)||1937||1937||The child's body was discovered amongst the wreckage, Princess Cecilie was reported to be eight months pregnant at the time of the crash. Please see above|
|5.12144 - QVD||Prince||Ludwig "Lu" of Hesse and by Rhine||1908||1968||Margaret "Peg" Geddes||1913||1997||The Ducal House of Hesse and by Rhine came to an end on the death of Prince Ludwig. Ludwig had previously adopted his distant cousin Landgrave Moritz of Hesse-Cassel in 1960 and by a family pact Landgrave Moritz became Head of all the House of Hesse.
Margaret "Peg" Geddes was the daughter of Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes, 1st Baron Geddes, her brother Alexander Campbell-Geddes was married to Altgräfin Marie Anne of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck.
Ludwig and Margaret were married on 17 November 1937 just one day after the tragic death of Ludwig's brother the Hereditary Grand Duke Georg Donatus of Hesse and the Rhine and his family in an aeroplane accident near Ostende. The Hereditary Grand Duke and his family were on their way to Croydon Airport to attend the wedding of Ludwig and Margaret.
The day after the wedding Ludwig and Margaret visited the scene of the tragic air crash at Ostend
A reflection on the terrible tragedy curse surrounding the Hesse and the Rhine family.
Obituary: Princess Margaret of Hesse and the Rhine.
The marriage registration of Prince Ludwig and Margaret Geddes.
A copy of the original marriage certificate of Prince Ludwig and Margaret Geddes.
|5.1215 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm "Frittie" of Hesse and by Rhine||1870||1873||Friedrich suffered from haemophilia and died after falling through a window|
|5.1216 - QVD||Princess||Alix of Hesse and by Rhine||1872||1918||Emperor||Nicholas II of all the Russias||1868||1918||See
4.9131 - Alix took the name "Alexandra Feodorovna" on her marriage.
Report on the wedding of Alix and Nicholas Alexandra along with her husband Nicholas and five children were executed in the cellar of the "Ipatiev House" in Ekaterinburg on 17 July 1918.
|5.1217 - QVD||Princess||Marie "May" of Hesse and by Rhine||1874||1878||Marie died of diphtheria|
|5.122||Prince||Heinrich of Hesse and by Rhine||1838||1900||Caroline Willich gen. von Pöllnitz||1848||1879||Caroline was created Baroness von Nidda on 28 February 1878.
Caroline died just two days after the birth of her son Karl Ludwig
|5.122||Prince||Heinrich of Hesse and by Rhine||1838||1900||Emilie Hrzic de Topuska||1868||1961||Emily was created Baroness von Dornberg on 14 September 1895.
A brief report of the marriage of Heinrich and Emilie
|5.1231||Count||Karl Ludwig von Nidda||1879||1920|
|5.1232||Baron||Carl Ludwig von Dornberg||1893||1917|
|5.123||Princess||Anne of Hesse and by Rhine||1843||1865||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1823||1883||See 23.111 - Anne died 9 days after giving birth to her daughter Anne|
|5.124||Prince||Wilhelm of Hesse and by Rhine||1845||1900||Josephine Bender||1857||1952||Josephine was created Baroness of Lichtenberg on 15 April 1884|
|5.1241||Gottfried Ludwig von Lichtenberg||1877||1914||Elisabeth Müller||1880||1961|
|5.13||Princess||Elizabeth of Hesse and by Rhine||1821||1826|
|5.14||Prince||Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine||1823||1888||Countess||Julie von Hauke||1825||1895||
Julie von Hauke was
created Countess of Battenberg on 5 November 1851 (a week after her marriage to Alexander) and Princess of Battenberg on 26 December 1858 by her brother-in-law Grand Duke Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine.
An interesting article on the "Mountbatten" family
|5.141||Princess||Marie of Battenberg||1852||1923||Prince||Gustav of Erbach-Schönberg (1 st Prince of Erbach-Schönberg)||1840||1908||Gustav of Erbach-Schönberg received the Hessian title of Prince on 18 August 1903, hitherto his family had been Counts of Erbach-Schönberg.
An interesting article on Princess Marie zu Erbach-Schonberg (Princess of Battenberg) Reminisces book
|5.1411||Prince||Alexander "Alexi" of Erbach-Schönberg (2 nd Prince of Erbach-Schönberg)||1872||1944||Princess||Elisabeth of Waldeck and Pyrmont||1873||1961||See 42.7 - A very small article on Princess Elisabeth|
|5.14111||Princess||Imma of Erbach-Schönberg||1901||1947||Baron||Hans Karl von Dörnberg||1875||1924||Baron Hans Karl von Dörnberg was firstly married to Countess Maria Viktoria von Hohenau|
|5.14111||Princess||Imma of Erbach-Schönberg||1901||1947||Neil Boyd Watson McEacharn||1884||1964||Birth Registration of
Marriage registration of Imma and Neil.
Death Registration of Imma "McEacharn".
A brief report on the death of Imma
Grave of Imma in the grounds of St. Catherine’s, Netherhampton, Wiltshire, England.
(photograph - Allan Raymond during a visit)
|5.14112||Prince||Georg Ludwig of Erbach-Schönberg (3 rd Prince of Erbach-Schönberg)||1903||1971||Marie Margarethe Deringer||1903||1967|
|5.141121||Prince||Ludwig of Erbach-Schönberg (4 th Prince of Erbach-Schönberg)||1926||1998||Rosemarie Moshage||1927||2015|
|5.1411211||Hereditary Prince||Burckhard of Erbach-Schönberg||1951||1998|
|5.1411212||Prince||Dietrich of Erbach-Schönberg (5 th Prince of Erbach-Schönberg)||1954||Monika Recknagel||1955||Dietrich is the present Head of the Princely House of Erbach-Schönberg|
|5.14112121||Princess||Elisabeth Diana of Erbach-Schönberg||1985|
|5.1411213||Princess||Uta Edda of Erbach-Schönberg||1955|
|5.1411214||Princess||Patricia Jutta of Erbach-Schönberg||1967|
|5.141122||Princess||Edda Marie of Erbach-Schönberg||1930||1993||Josef Dierkes||1924|
|5.141123||Prince||Maynolf Wilhelm of Erbach-Schönberg||1936||Marie Katharine Markert||1921||1992|
|5.141123||Prince||Maynolf Wilhelm of Erbach-Schönberg||1936||Erika List||1938|
|5.141123||Prince||Maynolf Wilhelm of Erbach-Schönberg||1936||Solveig Schlegel||1949|
|5.1411231||Princess||Isabelle of Erbach-Schönberg||1977||Andreas Ellinger||1977|
|5.1411232||Prince||Peter of Erbach-Schönberg||1981||Corinna Schaffer||1983|
|5.14112321||Prince||Sandro of Erbach-Schönberg||2003|
|5.14112322||Prince||Cecilie of Erbach-Schönberg||2007|
|5.14113||Prince||Wilhelm Ernst of Erbach-Schönberg||1904||1947||Countess||Alexandra von Schlitz genannt von Görtz||1910||1989||Wilhelm died in an internment camp at Krassni-Lubsch, Russia.
There were rumours in 1930 that the future Queen Juliana of the Netherlands would become engaged to Wilhelm, obviously nothing came of this.
|5.141131||Princess||Marianne of Erbach-Schönberg||1939||1939|
|5.14114||Princess||Helene Sophie of Erbach-Schönberg||1907||1979||It was reported in 1935 that a
twenty year old Princess Helene zu Erbach Schonberg wanted independence and lived in a small flat with hopes of earning her own living as a book-binder.
Although there are discrepancies between the actual age of Helene Sophie and that mentioned in the report it does appear most likely the report is referring to Helene Sophie.
Helene Sophie was also a bridesmaid at the wedding of Princess (later Queen) of the Netherlands
|5.1413||Prince||Maximilian "Maxi" of Erbach-Schönberg||1878||1892||Maximilian suffered from a severe disability accompanied by recurring fits|
|5.1414||Prince||Victor of Erbach-Schönberg||1880||1967||Countess||Elizabeth Szechenyi de Sarvaret Felso-Videk||1888||1977||Prince Victor served as the German ambassador to Greece until the occupation of the country by the Axis Powers in April 1941. It was Prince Victor who handed a note to the Greek Prime Minister Alexandros Koryzis on 6 April 1941 to coincide with the assault by Germany on Greece. The Note asserted that Britain and France forced the war on Germany. Alexandros Koryzis who had only been Prime Minister since 29 January 1941 shot himself on 18 April 1941 rather than face the German entry into Athens.|
|5.1415||Princess||Marie Elisabeth "Edda" of Erbach-Schönberg||1883||1966||Prince||Wilhelm of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1870||1931|
|5.14151||Count||Ludwig-Christian of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1910||1945||Countess||Anna von Schlitz genannt von Görtz||1912||1999|
|5.141511||Count||Wilhelm of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1938||2001||Baroness||Marie-Agnes von Seebach||1940|
|5.141512||Countess||Ulrike of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1940||Count||Friedrich of Solms Laubach||1937|
|5.141512||Countess||Ulrike of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1940||Baron||Kurt-Joachim of Eisenach||1943|
|5.141513||Count||Gisbert of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1942||Princess||Feodora Reuss-Köstritz||1942||See 27.242411|
|5.141514||Count||Herman of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1943||Countess||Angelna von Oegnhausen||1949|
|5.142||Prince||Louis of Battenberg||1854||1921||Princess||Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine||1863||1950||See
5.1211- Prince Louis was created 1 st
Marquess of Milford Haven and the family name changed to Mountbatten in 1917. He became a British Subject in 1868 at the age of 14 years.
An interesting little article regarding Prince Louis.
Death Registration of Prince Louis of Battenberg
|5.1421 - QVD||Princess||Alice of Battenberg||1885||1969||Prince||Andrew of Greece and Denmark||1882||1944||See
16.7 - Alice was profoundly deaf having been born with a ear defect (thickness of the "Eustachia" tubes).
A report on the funeral of Princess Alice.
Birth Registration of Princess Alice
Death Registration of Princess Alice
|5.1422 - QVD||Lady||Louise Mountbatten||1889||1965||King||Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden||1882||1973||See 3.1311 - Lady Louise Mountbatten was previously Princess Louise of Battenberg until the family name was changed to Mountbatten in 1917|
|5.1423 - QVD||George Mountbatten (2nd Marquess of Milford Haven)||1892||1938||Countess||Nadejda de Torby||1896||1963||See
4.9832 - George Mountbatten was previously Prince George of Battenberg until the family name was changed to Mountbatten in 1917.
Marriage Registration of Prince George of Battenberg and Countess Nadejda de Torby
Death Registration of George Mountbatten (2nd Marquess of Milford Haven)
|5.14231 - QVD||Lady||Tatiana Elizabeth Mountbatten||1917||1988||Death Registration of Tatiana Elizabeth Mountbatten|
|5.14232 - QVD||David Mountbatten (3rd Marquess of Milford Haven)||1919||1970||Romaine Pierce||1923||1975|
|5.14232 - QVD||David Mountbatten (3rd Marquess of Milford Haven)||1919||1970||Janet Bruce||1937||Marriage Registration of
David Mountbatten and Janet Bruce.
Death Registration of David Mountbatten (3rd Marquess of Milford Haven)
|5.142321 - QVD||George Mountbatten (4th Marquess of Milford Haven)||1961||Sarah Walker||1961||Birth Registration of
Sarah Walker is the daughter of the boxer George Walker
|5.142321 - QVD||George Mountbatten (4th Marquess of Milford Haven)||1961||Clare Steel||1960|
|5.1423211 - QVD||Lady||Tatiana Mountbatten||1990||Birth Registration of Tatiana Mountbatten|
|5.1423212 - QVD||Henry "Harry" Mountbatten (Earl of Medina)||1991||Birth Registration of Henry Mountbatten|
|5.142322 - QVD||Lord||Ivar Mountbatten||1963||Penelope Thompson||1966||Birth Registration of Ivar Mountbatten|
|5.1423221 - QVD||Ella Mountbatten||1996|
|5.1423222 - QVD||Alexandra Mountbatten||1998|
|5.1423223 - QVD||Louise Mountbatten||2002|
|5.1424 - QVD||Earl||Louis Mountbatten of Burma||1900||1979||Edwina Ashley||1901||1960||Earl Louis Mountbatten was previously Prince Louis of Battenberg until the family name was changed
to Mountbatten in 1917. Earl Louis and his grandson Nicholas Knatchbull were killed by the IRA.
An interesting article on Earl Mountbatten published just after his death.
Birth Registration of Earl Mountbatten
Birth Registration of Edwina Ashley.
Marriage registration of Earl Mountbatten and Edwina Ashley
|5.14241 - QVD||Countess||Patricia Mountbatten of Burma||1924||2017||John Knatchbull (7 th Baron Brabourne)||1924||2005||Lord Brabourne's mother the Dowager Lady Brabourne was seriously injured by the bomb blast which killed Earl Louis
Mountbatten and his grandson Nicholas Knatchbull and she died the following day.
Birth Registration of "Patricia Mountbatten.
Marriage registration of "Patricia Mountbatten and John Knatchbull (Baron Brabourne).
An out of date Web Page on the "Knatchbull Communications Group" which gives a brief "Who We Are" on Lord Brabourne and his four sons.
The title Baron Brabourne was created by "Letters Patent for Edward Hugessen Knatchbull-Hugessen in 1880 who became the 1 st. Baron Brabourne and was the great grandfather of John Knatchbull (7 th Baron Brabourne )
|5.142411 - QVD||Norton Knatchbull (3rd Earl Mountbatten of Burma)||1947||Penelope Eastwood||1953||Birth registration of
So Lord Brabourne was living in a barn when he returned to Broadlands.
|5.1424111 - QVD||Nicholas Knatchbull (Lord Romsey)||1981|
|5.1424112 - QVD||Alexandra Knatchbull||1982||Thomas Hooper||?||Prince Charles gave away Alexandra Knatchbull at her wedding|
|5.1424113 - QVD||Leonora Knatchbull||1986||1991|
|5.142412 - QVD||Michael-John Knatchbull||1950||Melissa Owen||1960||Birth registration of Michael-John Knatchbull|
|5.142412 - QVD||Michael-John Knatchbull||1950||Penelope Coates||1959|
|5.1424121 - QVD||Kelly Knatchbull||1988|
|5.1424122 - QVD||Savannah Knatchbull||2001|
|5.142413 - QVD||Anthony Knatchbull||1952||1952|
|5.142414 - QVD||Lady||Joanna Knatchbull||1955||Baron||Hubert Pernet de Breuil||1956||2004||Birth registration of Joanna Knatchbull|
|5.142414 - QVD||Lady||Joanna Knatchbull||1955||Azriel Zuckerman||1943|
|5.1424141 - QVD||Baroness||Eleuthera Pernet du Breuil||1986|
|5.1424142 - QVD||Alexander Azriel Zuckerman||2002|
|5.142415 - QVD||Lady||Amanda Knatchbull||1957||Charles Ellingworth||1957||Birth registration of Amanda Knatchbull|
|5.1424151 - QVD||Luke Ellingworth||1991|
|5.1424152 - QVD||Joseph Ellingworth||1992|
|5.1424153 - QVD||Louis Ellingworth||1995|
|5.142416 - QVD||Philip Knatchbull||1961||Atalanta Cowan||1962||Birth registration of Philip Knatchbull|
|5.142416 - QVD||Philip Knatchbull||1961||Wendy Leach||1966|
|5.1424161 - QVD||Daisy Knatchbull||1992|
|5.1424162 - QVD||Frederick Knatchbull||2003|
|5.1424163 - QVD||John Robin Knatchbull||2004|
|5.142417 - QVD||Timothy Knatchbull||1964||Isabella Norman||1971||Nicholas and Timothy Knatchbull were twins|
|5.1424171 - QVD||Amber Knatchbull||2000|
|5.1424172 - QVD||Milo Knatchbull||2001|
|5.1424173 - QVD||Ludovic Knatchbull||2003|
|5.1424174 - QVD||Isla Selina Edwina Knatchbull||2005|
|5.1424175 - QVD||Wilhelmina "Willa" Knatchbull||2008|
|5.142418 - QVD||Nicholas Knatchbull||1964||1979||Nicholas and Timothy Knatchbull were twins.
Nicholas and his grandfather Earl Louis Mountbatten were killed by the IRA
|5.14242 - QVD||Lady||Pamela Mountbatten||1929||David Hicks||1929||1998||Wedding photographs of Pamela Mountbatten and David Hicks|
|5.142421 - QVD||Edwina Hicks||1961||Jeremy Brudenell||1960|
|5.1424211 - QVD||Maddison Brudenell||1994||Olaoluwa Olamide Modupe-Ojo||1991|
|5.14242111 - QVD||Daphny Modupe-Ojo||2016|
|5.1424212 - QVD||Jordan Anne Brudenell||1995|
|5.1424213 - QVD||Rowan Brudenell||2001|
|5.142422 - QVD||Ashley Hicks||1963||Allegra Tondato||1960||It was reported in May 2009 that Ashley and Allegra have separated.|
|5.142422 - QVD||Ashley Hicks||1963||Katalina Sharkey de Solis||1981||A brief report on the intended marriage of Ashley and Katalina on 5 September 2015 in Oxfordshire|
|5.1424221 - QVD||Angelica Hicks||1992|
|5.1424222 - QVD||Ambrosia Hicks||1997|
|5.142423 - QVD||India Hicks||1967||If you would like to spoil yourself in Harbour Island, Bahamas why not try
A touching report on India Hicks adoption of a Bahamian teenager
|5.1424231 - QVD||Felix Flint Wood||1997||Felix's parents are India Hicks and David Flint Wood|
|5.1424232 - QVD||Amory Flint Wood||1999||Amory's parents are India Hicks and David Flint Wood|
|5.1424233 - QVD||Conrad Lorenzo Flint Wood||2003||Conrad's parents are India Hicks and David Flint Wood|
|5.1424234 - QVD||Domino Carmen Flint Wood||2007||Domino's parents are India Hicks and David Flint Wood|
|5.143||Prince||Alexander "Sandro" of Battenberg||1857||1893||Johanna Loisinger||1865||1951||Prince Alexander was elected Prince of Bulgaria in 1879 and after strong pressure from Russia was forced to abdicate 1886 . He took the title Count von Hartenau on his unequal marriage in 1889 and died of Appendicitis.
Death report on Prince Alexander.
Prince Alexander was engaged - the actual items will be found half way down the second column to Princess Victoria of Prussia. Due to political pressure involving the British, Prussian and Russian Royal Families, Alexander was forced to give up hope of marrying Princess Victoria
|5.1431||Count||Arsen of Hartenau||1890||1965||Bertha Hussa||1892||1971|
|5.1432||Countess||Zwetana of Hartenau||1893||1935||Charles Hercule Boissevain||1893||1946|
|5.144||Prince||Henry "Liko" of Battenberg||1858||1896||Princess||Beatrice of Great Britain||1857||1944||See
1.9 - Henry died from
malaria fever contracted
in Africa whilst participating in the Ashanti expedition and died at sea. His body was preserved in rum and brought back to England for burial in
St Mildred's Church, Whippingham, Isle of Wight.
An alternative report on his death.
A detailed report on the wedding of Prince Henry and Princess Beatrice .
Marriage registration of Prince Henry and Princess Beatrice
|5.1441 - QVD||Prince||Alexander "Drino" of Battenberg||1886||1960||Lady||Irene Denison||1890||1956||Alexander was created
Marquess of Carisbrooke and the family name changed to Mountbatten in 1917.
Birth Registration of Prince Alexander
Death Registration of Alexander, Marquess of Carisbrooke and
Irene, Marchioness of Carisbrooke
|5.14411 - QVD||Lady||Iris Mountbatten||1920||1982||Hamilton Keyes O'Malley||1910||1989||Birth Registration of
Birth Registration of Hamilton Keyes O'Malley
Marriage Registration of Iris Mountbatten and Hamilton Keyes O'Malley
|5.14411 - QVD||Lady||Iris Mountbatten||1920||1982||Michael Neely Bryan||1916||1972||The marriage of Iris Mountbatten and Michael Neely Bryan only lasted a couple of months.
Michael Neely Bryan was an American Jazz musician who played with the likes of Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw and at one time did deeds that perhaps he shouldn't have?
|5.14411 - QVD||Lady||Iris Mountbatten||1920||1982||William Kemp||1921||1991||Obituary of Lady Iris Mountbatten|
|5.144111 - QVD||Robin Alexander Bryan||1957||Robin is the natural father of three children|
|5.1441111 - QVD||Edward Curtis Houle||1979||Edward 's parents are Robin Alexander Bryan and Louise Houle|
|5.1441112 - QVD||Faith Bryan||1979||Faith's parents are Robin Alexander Bryan and Arizona N|
|5.1441113 - QVD||Elijha Alexander Bryan||1995||Elijha's parents are Robin Alexander Bryan and Pamela Jean Foster|
|5.1442 - QVD||Princess||Victoria Eugenia "Ena" of Battenberg||1887||1969||King||Alfonso XIII of Spain||1886||1941||See 10.73 - King Alfonso left Spain without abdicating on 14 April 1931. He subsequently abdicated on 15 June 1941 in favour of his son Infant Juan|
|5.1443 - QVD||Prince||Leopold of Battenberg||1889||1922||Leopold's family name was changed from Battenberg to Mountbatten in 1917 and he took the title of Lord Leopold Mountbatten. Leopold suffered from haemophilia and died following an hip operation.
Birth Registration of Prince Leopold
Death registration of Leopold Mountbatten
New York Time report on the funeral of Leopold
|5.1444 - QVD||Prince||Maurice of Battenberg||1891||1914||Maurice was killed by an exploding shell while leading an attack on the Belgian frontline near Ypres in World War 1. At his mother's (Princess Beatrice) request, he was buried among his comrades in a cemetery in Ypres. Some further details of his death.|
|5.145||Prince||Franz Josef "Franzjos" of Battenberg||1861||1924||Princess||Anna of Montenegro||1874||1971||See 40.7|
|5.15||Princess||Marie of Hesse and by Rhine||1824||1880||Emperor||Alexander II of all the Russias||1818||1881||See 4.91 - Marie took the name "Maria Alexandrovna" on her marriage. Emperor Alexander was assassinated in St Petersburg by a terrorists bomb.|
|5.2||Prince||Luise Karoline and by Rhine||1779||1811||Prince||Ludwig of Anhalt-Köthen||1778||1802||.|
|5.21||Prince||Frederick William Augustus of Anhalt-Köthen||1801||1801|
|5.22||Duke||Louis Augustus of Anhalt-Köthen||1802||1818||Louis Augustus was born posthumously, four days after the death of his father, on 16 September 1802. Louis Augustus succeeded his childless uncle Augustus Christian Frederick (died 5 May 1812) as Duke of Anhalt-Köthen. Louis Augustus was only sixteen years of age when he died and he was succeeded by his first cousin once removed Prince Frederick Ferdinand of Anhalt-Köthen-Pless (1769–1830) as Duke of Anhalt-Köthen.|