|39||Prince||Emich Carl of Leiningen (2nd Prince of Leiningen)||1763||1814||Countess||Henriette Reuss-Ebersdorf||1767||1801||Emich Carl's father was Count Carl Friedrich Wilhelm of Leiningen-Dagsburg-Hartenburg (1724-1807) who in 1779 was made a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire as Prince of Leiningen|
|39||Prince||Emich Carl of Leiningen (2nd Prince of Leiningen)||1763||1814||Princess||Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1786||1861||See
28.6 - Emich Carl was firstly married to Viktoria's aunt
Countess Henriette Reuss-Ebersdorf (who was a sister to Viktoria's mother
Countess Augusta Reuss-Ebersdorf). Emich Carl died from pneumonia.
Death Registration of Princess Viktoria (Duches of Kent)
|39.1||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Leiningen||1793||1800|
|39.2||Prince||Carl of Leiningen (3nd Prince of Leiningen)||1804||1856||Countess||Marie von Klebelsberg||1806||1880||A short note on the death of Prince Carl|
|39.21||Prince||Ernest of Leiningen (4th Prince of Leiningen)||1830||1904||Princess||Marie "Molly" of Baden||1834||1899||See
32.57 - Ernest was an Admiral in the British Royal Navy.
It was reported in 1853 that Ernest whilst serving as a midshipman on the British ship-of-war Hastings accidently shot and killed a fellow midshipman Marquis de Lisbod. This obviously didn't have an affect on his future promotions.
He was promoted from Captain to Rear Admiral in December 1876, it may be interesting to note that at the same time his cousin Prince Viktor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Count Gleichen was promoted to Rear Admiral on the Retired List.
Ernest was further promoted from Rear Admiral to Vice Admiral in December 1881
Oh dear, the newspapers in 1884 were hostile to Prince Ernest.
He was further promoted from Vice Admiral to Admiral in July 1887.
Ernest as an Admiral was placed on the Retired List in November 1895.
Death announcemnet of Prince Erenst
|39.211||Princess||Alberta of Leiningen||1863||1901||Birth Registration of Princess Alberta|
|39.212||Prince||Emich of Leiningen (5th Prince of Leiningen)||1866||1939||Princess||Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1866||1932||See 39.333 - Birth Registration of Prince Emich|
|39.2121||Princess||Viktoria of Leiningen||1895||1973||Count||Maximilian zu Solms-Rödelheim und Assenheim||1893||1968|
|39.21211||Count||Markwart Emich zu Solms-Rödelheim und Assenheim||1925||1976||Markwart Emich adopted his cousin one removed Nikolaus (1961-1981), who succeeded him instead of Markwart's own brother Johann Georg (1938- ). Johann Georg who has three daughters is the son of Count Maximilian zu Solms-Rödelheim und Assenheim from his second marriage to Freda von Gersdorff|
|39.2122||Prince||Emich of Leiningen||1896||1918||Emich was killed in action|
|39.2123||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Leiningen (6th Prince of Leiningen)||1898||1946||Grand Duchess||Marie of Russia||1907||1951||See 4.91421 - Friedrich Karl was imprisoned by the Russians during World War II and died as a prisoner of war at Mordvinien apparently from malnutrition according to one source|
|39.21231 - QVD||Prince||Emich of Leiningen (7th Prince of Leiningen)||1926||1991||Duchess||Eilika of Oldenburg||1928||See 31.13134|
|39.212311 - QVD||Princess||Melita of Leiningen||1951||Horst Legrum||1929||1994|
|39.212312 - QVD||Prince||Karl-Emich of Leiningen||1952||Princess||Margarita of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1960||1989||See 22.3236121 - Margarita was killed in a car accident near Freising, Bavaria|
|39.212312 - QVD||Prince||Karl-Emich of Leiningen||1952||Gabriele Renate Thyssen||1963||Karl-Emich was disinherited by his father because of his second marriage. His brother Prince Andreas has challenged Prince Karl-Emich's right to the succession, family members apparently regard Andreas as Head of the Family. The German courts have ruled in favour of Andreas as heir to his father's estate. Gabriele married Prince Karim (IV) Aga Khan after her divorce from Karl-Emich|
|39.212312 - QVD||Prince||Karl-Emich of Leiningen||1952||Countess||Isabelle von und zu Egloffstein||1975|
|39.2123121 - QVD||Princess||Cecilia of Leiningen||1988|
|39.2123122 - QVD||Princess||Theresa of Leiningen||1992|
|39.2123123 - QVD||Prince||Emich of Leiningen||2010|
|39.212313 - QVD||Prince||Andreas of Leiningen (8th Prince of Leiningen)||1955||Princess||Alexandra of Hanover (Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg)||1959||See 25.11615 - Following the second marriage of his elder brother Prince Karl-Emich it would appear that the family members regard Prince Andreas as the Head of the Family|
|39.2123131 - QVD||Prince||Ferdinand of Leiningen||1982|
|39.2123132 - QVD||Princess||Olga of Leiningen||1984|
|39.2123133 - QVD||Prince||Herman of Leiningen||1987|
|39.212314 - QVD||Princess||Stephanie of Leiningen||1958|
|39.21232 - QVD||Prince||Karl of Leiningen||1928||1990||Princess||Maria Louise of Bulgaria||1933||See 17.11|
|39.212321 - QVD||Prince||Karl Boris of Leiningen||1960||Millena Manov||1962|
|39.212321 - QVD||Prince||Karl Boris of Leiningen||1960||Cheryl Ann Riegler||1962|
|39.2123211 - QVD||Prince||Nicholas of Leiningen||1991|
|39.2123212 - QVD||Prince||Karl Heinrich of Leiningen||2001|
|39.2123213 - QVD||Princess||Juliana of Leiningen||2003|
|39.212322 - QVD||Prince||Hermann of Leiningen||1963||Deborah Culley||1961||An interesting article on Hermann in Queen's University "Queen's Alumni Review"|
|39.2123221 - QVD||Princess||Tatiana of Leiningen||1989|
|39.2123222 - QVD||Princess||Nadia of Leiningen||1991|
|39.2123223 - QVD||Princess||Alexandra of Leiningen||1997|
|39.21233 - QVD||Princess||Kira Melita of Leiningen||1930||2005||Prince||Andrej of Yugoslavia||1929||1990||See
7.543 - Prince Andrej committed suicide.
A speech given by HRH Prince Andrej Karadjordjevic in 1986 during a visit to Australia as Grand Master of the Order of St John Knights Hospitaller.
Marriage registration of Princess Kira and Prince Andrej
|39.21234 - QVD||Princess||Margarita of Leiningen||1932||1996||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hohenzollern||1924||2010||See 6.1124|
|39.21235 - QVD||Princess||Mechtilde of Leiningen||1936||Karl Anton Bauscher||1931|
|39.212351 - QVD||Ulf Bauscher||1963|
|39.212352 - QVD||Berthold Bauscher||1965||Anett Kuhfuss||1966|
|39.2123521 - QVD||Franka Bauscher||1996|
|39.2123522 - QVD||Erik Bauscher||1998|
|39.2123523 - QVD||Lorenz Bauscher||2002|
|39.212353 - QVD||Johann Bauscher||1968||Katja Jäger||?|
|39.21236 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhem of Leiningen||1938||1998||Karin Evelyne Goss||1942|
|39.21236 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhem of Leiningen||1938||1998||Helga Eschenbacher||1940||1999|
|39.21237 - QVD||Prince||Peter Viktor of Leiningen||1942||1943|
|39.2124||Prince||Hermann of Leiningen||1901||1971||Countess||Irina of Schönborn-Wiesentheid||1895||1969|
|39.2125||Prince||Hesso of Leiningen||1903||1967||Countess||Marie-Luise von Nesselrode||1905||1993|
|39.22||Prince||Eduard of Leiningen||1833||1914||In 1892 Eduard was run over by a vehicle whilst alighting from his carriage sustaining serious injuries.|
|39.3||Princess||Feodora of Leiningen||1807||1872||Prince||Ernst of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (4th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1794||1860||Prince Ernst's great grandfather Count Ludwig of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1696-1765) was created the first Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in 1764.
An interesting article on the many branches of the Hohenlohe family.
|39.31||Prince||Karl Ludwig of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (5th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1829||1907||Marie Grathwohl||1837||1901||Karl renounced his rights to the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in favour of his younger brother Hermann on 21 April 1860 by virtue of a family pact. Marie was created Baroness von Bronn by the King of Württemberg on 4 March 1890.|
|39.311||Baron||Karl von Bronn||1862||1925||Countess||Marie Czernin von Chudenitz||1879||1963||Karl was created Prince von Weikersheim in 1911 by the Emperor of Austria|
|39.3111||Prince||Karl von Weikersheim||1900||1945||Valeria Dlugay||1905||1936||Karl renounced his title only two days after succeeding his father. He disappeared in action in 1945|
|39.3111||Prince||Karl von Weikersheim||1900||1945||Ludwiga Pospiech||1916||Karl renounced his title only two days after succeeding his father. He disappeared in action in 1945|
|39.3112||Countess||Marie von Weikersheim||1901||1958|
|39.3113||Prince||Franz von Weikersheim||1904||1983||Princess||Irma Christiane of Windisch-Graetz||1913||1984||See 23.112321|
|39.3114||Countess||Aloysia Maria von Weikersheim||1906||1988||Rudolf Hofmüller||1898||1976|
|39.3115||Countess||Emma Philippine von Weikersheim||1907||1977|
|39.312||Baroness||Vitkoria von Bronn||1863||1946||Ernst Christian Ritter von Manner zu Mätzelsdorff||1844||1922|
|39.313||Baroness||Beatrix von Bronn||1868||1932|
|39.32||Princess||Elise of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1830||1850|
|39.33||Prince||Hermann of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (6 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1832||1913||Princess||Leopoldine of Baden||1837||1903||See 32.64 - The New York Times report on the death of Prince Hermann|
|39.331||Prince||Ernst of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (7 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1863||1950||Princess||Alexandra "Sandra" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1878||1942||See
1.44 - Prince Ernst was appointed Regent of the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (from 1900 to 1905) during the minority of
Prince Charles Edward
The New York Times report of the wedding of Prince Ernst and Princess Alexandra.
In 1899 Prince Ernst and Princess Alexandra were on their way to Balmoral to visit "grandmama" Queen Victoria and were passengers in a train which had just arrived at Perth Station when it was shunted in the rear by another train.
|39.3311 - QVD||Prince||Gottfried of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (8 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1897||1960||Princess||Margarita of Greece and Denmark||1905||1981||See 16.71|
|39.33111 - QVD||Stillborn Daughter (daughter of Princess Margarita of Greece and Prince Gottfried of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (8 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg))||1933||1933|
|39.33112 - QVD||Prince||Kraft of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (9 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1935||2004||Princess||Charlotte of Croÿ||1938||Princess Charlotte married secondly Baron Johann Christoph von Twickel
Birth registration of Princess Charlotte
|39.33112 - QVD||Prince||Kraft of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (9 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1935||2004||Irma Pospesch||1946|
|39.331121 - QVD||Princess||Cecilie of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1967||Count||Cyril de Commarque||1970||See 22.1231152|
|39.331122 - QVD||Prince||Philipp of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (10 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1970||Saskia Binder||1973||Prince Philipp is the present Head of the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Langenburg|
|39.3311221 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Max Leopold of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||2005|
|39.3311222 - QVD||Prince||Gustav of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||2007|
|39.3311223 - QVD||Princess||Marita Saskia of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||2010|
|39.331123 - QVD||Princess||Xenia of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1972||Max Soltmann||1973|
|39.3311231 - QVD||Ferdinand Soltmann||2005|
|39.3311232 - QVD||Louisa Marei Charlotte Soltmann||2008|
|39.33113 - QVD||Princess||Beatrix of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1936||1997||Beatrix was briefly engaged in 1960 to her cousin Margrave Maximilian of Baden|
|39.33114 - QVD||Prince||Georg Andreas of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1938||Princess||Luise of Schönburg-Waldenburg||1943|
|39.331141 - QVD||Princess||Katharina of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1972||Prince||Nikolaus Carl of Waldeck and Pyrmont||1970||See 42.6442|
|39.331142 - QVD||Princess||Tatiana-Louise of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1975||Hubertus Stephan||1970|
|39.3311421 - QVD||Carl Casper Stephan||2012|
|39.33115 - QVD||Prince||Ruprecht of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1944||1978||Prince Ruprecht and Prince Albrecht were twins. Various sources have conflicting dates on the year of death, some show 1976 others 1978. The tombstone for Prince Ruprecht shows 1978|
|39.33116 - QVD||Prince||Albrecht of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1944||1992||Maria-Hildegard Fischer||1933||Prince Ruprecht and Prince Albrecht were twins. Prince Albrecht committed suicide|
|39.331161 - QVD||Prince||Ludwig of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1976|
|39.3312 - QVD||Princess||Marie Melita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1899||1967||Duke||Friedrich of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1891||1965||See 35.425|
|39.3313 - QVD||Princess||Alexandra of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1901||1963|
|39.3314 - QVD||Princess||Irma of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1902||1986|
|39.3315 - QVD||Prince||Alfred of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1911||1911||Alfred died two days after his birth from heart failure|
|39.332||Princess||Elise of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1864||1929||Prince (Fürst)||Heinrich XXVII Reuss-Schleiz||1858||1928||See 22.3171 - Heinrich XXVII renounced the Reuss-Schleiz throne 11 November 1918.|
|39.333||Princess||Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1866||1932||Prince||Emich of Leiningen (5th Prince of Leiningen)||1866||1939||See 39.212 - Birth Registration of Prince Emich|
|39.34||Prince||Viktor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1833||1891||Lady||Laura Seymour||1833||1912||Viktor served in the British Navy and rose to the rank of Admiral (Retired List). Laura was created Countess von Gleichen by Ernest II, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha a couple of weeks before her marriage to Viktor.
Viktor was placed on the Admiralty "Retired List" from 1 April 1873 with the rank of Captain having been forced to retire from the Navy in 1870 due to ill health.
Viktor was promoted to Rear-Admiral on the "Retired List" on 31 December 1876.
Viktor was promoted to Vice-Admiral on the "Retired List" on 23 November 1881.
Viktor was promoted to Admiral on the "Retired List" on 24 May 1887.
Marriage Registration of Prince Viktor and Lady Laura Seymour
Death Registration of Prince Viktor
A report on the death of Prince Viktor.
A report on the funeral of Princess Viktor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg.
Death Registration of Lady Laura (actually shown as Princess Laura W. of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)
|39.341||Countess||Feodora von Gleichen||1861||1922||Feodora was known from 12 September 1917 as Lady Feodora Gleichen.
Feodora was a noted sculptor and one of her fine pieces was a bronze sculpture in commemoration of the "Charge of the Scots Greys" at Mons which took place during August/September 1914.
Birth Registration of Feodora.
Death report on Lady Feodora.
Death Registration of Lady Feodora.
|39.342||Count||Albert Edward von Gleichen||1863||1937||Sylvia Gay Edwardes||1880||1942||Albert Edward was known from 12 September 1917 as Lord Edward Gleichen.
He was reported to have been seriously injured from a shot in the neck at the battle of Modder River (a Boer War conflict which took place on 28 November 1899).
Birth Registration of Albert Edward.
A brief report on the announcement of the engagement of Albert Edward and Sylvia Gay.
Marriage Registration of Albert Edward and Sylvia Gay.
Death Registration of Lord Edward Gleichen.
Death Registration of Lady Sylvia Gleichen
|39.343||Countess||Victoria "Valda" von Gleichen||1868||1951||Percy Wilfred Machell||1862||1916||Victoria was known from 12 September 1917 as Lady Valda Machell. Although when she married Percy in 1905 her cousin King Edward VII decreed that she would have the rank and precedence of an earl's daughter thus she became The Lady Valda Machell.
"Valda" is from a combination of her first four forenames "Victoria Alice Leopoldine Ada".
Percy was Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding officer of the 11th Battalion (Lonsdale) and was killed on 1 July 1916 on the opening day of the Battle of the Somme.
He was leading his men over a parapet top when he was killed with a shot through the head.
His body was recovered and is buried in Warloy Baillon Communal Cemetery on the Somme.
Birth Registration of Victoria.
Marriage Registration of Victoria and Percy Wilfred.
Death Registration of Lady Valda Machell.
|39.3431||Roger Victor Machell||1908||1984||Birth Registration of
Death Registration of Roger Victor
|39.344||Countess||Helena von Gleichen||1873||1947||Helena was known from 12 September 1917 as Lady Helena Gleichen.
A perhaps uncomplimentary review of the book "Contacts and Contrasts" authored by Helena.
Birth Registration of Helena.
Death Registration of Helena
|39.35||Princess||Adelheid of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1835||1900||Duke||Friedrich "Fritz Holstein" of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg||1829||1880||See 36.25 - Friedrich claimed on 15 November 1863 to succeed King Frederick VII of Denmark as the Duke of Schleswig-Holstein. His pretensions were ended by the defeat of Denmark by Austria and Prussia in 1864|
|39.36||Princess||Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1839||1872||Duke||George II of Saxe-Meiningen||1826||1914||See 29.31|