|23||Duke||Friedrich Franz I of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1756||1837||Princess||Luise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1756||1808||Friedrich Franz Friedrich Franz was given the title Grand Duke 14 Jun 1815 following the Conference of Vienna|
|23.1||Hereditary Grand Duke||Friedrich Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1778||1819||Grand Duchess||Elena of Russia||1784||1803||See 4.4 - Friedrich Ludwig predeceased his father Grand Duke Friedrich Franz I and the throne passed to his son Paul Friedrich.|
|23.1||Hereditary Grand Duke||Friedrich Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1778||1819||Princess||Caroline Luise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1786||1816||See 27.3 - Friedrich Ludwig predeceased his father Grand Duke Friedrich Franz I and the throne passed to his son Paul Friedrich.|
|23.1||Hereditary Grand Duke||Friedrich Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1778||1819||Landgravine||Auguste of Hesse-Homburg||1776||1871||Friedrich Ludwig predeceased his father Grand Duke Friedrich Franz I and the throne passed to his son Paul Friedrich.
Auguste was a sister to Landgrave Ferdinand of Hesse-Homburg (1783-1866) who was the last male representative of the house and the dynastic line passed to the Grand Ducal House of Hesse Darmstadt, in accordance with a family arrangement.
|23.11||Grand Duke||Paul Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1800||1842||Princess||Alexandrine of Prussia||1803||1892||See 11.6 - Paul Friedrich's death was first diagnosed as influenza and later as typhus.|
|23.111||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1823||1883||Princess||Auguste Reuss-Schleiz-Köstritz||1822||1862|
|23.111||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1823||1883||Princess||Anne of Hesse and by Rhine||1843||1865||See 5.123 - Anne died 9 days after giving birth to her daughter Anne|
|23.111||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz II of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1823||1883||Princess||Marie von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt||1850||1922||A short article on the action of Grand Duchess Marie's grandson Prince Nikolaus of Oldenburg saving her from drowning when her boat capsized.|
|23.1111||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1851||1897||Grand Duchess||Anastasia "Stassie" of Russia||1860||1922||See
4.982 - It has been suggested Friedrich Franz III committed suicide. He suffered from chronic asthma
and spent a number of months each year at his Villa Weden, a large Italian-style palace he had built near Cannes. Although he was quite ill he had
for some unknown reason gone outside his villa and was found dead in the road at the foot of the 25 feet high wall surrounding the villa.
However an article from the NY Times 15 April 1897 reported the official account of his death. Friedrich Franz went into the garden which was his custom when encountering difficulty in breathing. Possible due to giddiness he fell over a low wall into the street below injuring his spine and died an hour later.
|23.11111||Duchess||Alexandrine "Adini" of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1879||1952||King||Christian X of Denmark||1870||1947||See
2.11 - In October 1942, Christian suffered a
fall from his horse during his daily ride., which resulted in a gangrene foot leaving him wheel chair bound for the rest of his life.
|23.11112||Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1882||1945||Princess||Alexandra of Hanover (Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg)||1882||1963||See
25.113 - Friedrich Franz succeeded his father as
Grand Duke at the age of fifteen (15) under the Regency of his uncle
Johann Albrecht. Friedrich Franz abdicated the throne on 14 November 1918.
The wedding of Friedrich Franz IV and Alexandra on 7 June 1904 at Gmunden was overshadowed by the death of Alexandra's Aunt Princess Marie Ernestine of Hanover (1849-1904) a couple of days earlier on 4 June 1904 also at Gmunden (please note there is an error in the article in that it refers to the wrong Princess Marie). The article incorrectly refers to Alexandra sister Princess Marie Louise of Hanover (1879-1948) as the princess who died on 4 June 1904.
|23.111121||Hereditary Grand Duke||Friedrich Franz V of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1910||2001||Karin Elisabeth von Schaper||1920||2012||The death of Hereditary Grand Duke Friedrich Franz V has brought an end to the Mecklenburg-Schwerin line|
|23.111122||Duke||Christian Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1912||1996||Princess||Barbara of Prussia||1920||1994||See 11.21321 - Christian Ludwig was arrested by Soviet troops in 1945 and spent the next 8 years as a prisoner. Christian Ludwig was named as heir by his father on account of his elder brother Friedrich Franz contracting a morganatic marriage|
|23.1111221 - QVD||Duchess||Donata of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1956||Alexander von Solodkoff||1951||Marriage registration of Duchess Donata and Alexander von Solodkoff|
|23.11112211 - QVD||Thyra von Solodkoff||1989|
|23.11112212 - QVD||Alix von Solodkoff||1992|
|23.11112213 - QVD||Niklot-Alexis von Solodkoff||1994|
|23.1111222 - QVD||Duchess||Edwina of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1960||Konrad von Posern||1964|
|23.11112221 - QVD||Leopold von Posern||1996|
|23.11112222 - QVD||Paul Friedrich von Posern||1997|
|23.11112223 - QVD||Ferdinand von Posern||1999|
|23.111123||Duchess||Olga of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1916||1917|
|23.111124||Duchess||Thyra of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1919||1981|
|23.111125||Duchess||Anastasia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1922||1979||Prince||Friedrich Ferdinand of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1913||1989||See 35.454|
|23.11113||Duchess||Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1886||1954||Crown Prince||Wilhelm of Prussia||1882||1951||See
11.2111 - Wilhelm renounced his rights to the throne of Prussia (and German Empire) on 1 December 1918
having fled to Holland on 12 November. He returned to Germany in November 1923 after he had given assurances that he would not participate in any
political affairs. He was a supporter of Hitler.
A report on the intended four days of celebrations for the wedding of Cecilie and Wilhelm Brief report on the wedding of Cecilie and Wilhelm.
A possible interesting article which was written at the time of the wedding of Cecilie and Wilhelm.
It was reported in 1919 that Cecilie wanted a divorce from Wilhelm due to his infidelities and physical cruelty.
A very brief report on the death of Crown Princess Cecilie
Report on the death of Crown Prince Wilhelm
|23.1112||Duke||Paul Friedrich Francis of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1852||1923||Princess||Marie of Windisch-Graetz||1856||1929||See
23.1124 - Paul Friedrich had to renounce the rights to Mecklenburg-Schwerin for himself and his children following his conversion to Catholicism on his marriage to Princess Marie.
It may be interesting to note that in 1906 Paul Friedrich and his wife Marie were placed under guardianship by a decree issued by Pauls nephew Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, apparently for spending too much money
|23.11121||Duke||Paul Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1882||1904||It would seem that Paul Friedrich died in unpleasant circumstances|
|23.11122||Duchess||Marie Louise of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1883||1887|
|23.11123||Duchess||Maria Antonia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1884||1944||The New York Times reported a rumour that Duchess Maria Antonia was due to be engaged to King Alfonso of Spain|
|23.11124||Duke||Heinrich Borwin of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1885||1942||Elizabeth Tibbitts Pratt||1860||1928||Heinrich Borwin was forced to leave the army as he was in serious financial troubles by being in debt to money lenders.
Elizabeth Tibbitts Pratt was the widow of Count Amedée Gasquet-James (died 1903) prior to her marriage to Heinrich Borwin.
So how did Amedée Gasquet-James acquire his title?
An extremely interesting site relating to Elizabeth Tibbitts Pratt and her family is Marist Brothers in Esopus.
A more detailed exposure of Elizabeth Tibbitts Pratt (*** please be aware it may take quite a while to upload ***).
According to The New York Times the marriage of Duke Heinrich Borwin and Elizabeth Pratt which took place in Dover, Kent in 1911 was declared null and void in 1913 by a special court in Rostock as the Duke's guardian had not consented to it.
In June 1921 two of Elizabeth's children filed a suite against her and Alien Property Custodian to recover a sum of money, $63 thousand each which had been seized by the Alien Property Custodian. The Alien Property Custodian, was responsible for receiving, holding, administering, and accounting for all money and property in the United States due or belonging to an enemy, or ally of enemy.
Marriage Registration of Heinrich Borwin and Elizabeth Pratt (ex Countess Gasquet-James)
|23.11124||Duke||Heinrich Borwin of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1885||1942||Nathalie Oelrichs||1880||1931||Nathalie came from an American affluent family and was firstly married to Peter Martin . Her sister Blanche Oelrichs was at one time married to the famous actor John Barrymore|
|23.11124||Duke||Heinrich Borwin of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1885||1942||Karola von Alers||1882||1974|
|23.1113||Duchess||Marie "Miechen" of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1854||1920||Grand Duke||Vladmir of Russia||1847||1909||See
4.914 - Marie took the name "Marie Pavlovna" on her marriage.
The New York Times report on the marriage of Marie and Vladmir
|23.1114||Duke||Nikolaus Alexander of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1855||1856|
|23.1115||Duke||Johann Albrecht of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1857||1920||Princess||Elisabeth of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1854||1908||See 27.244 - Johann Albrecht was also Prince Regent of Brunswick from 1907 to 1913 having succeeded Prince Albrecht of Prussia who was Prince Regent from 1885 to 1906|
|23.1115||Duke||Johann Albrecht of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1857||1920||Princess||Elisabeth of Stolberg-Rossla||1885||1969||Johann Albrecht was also Prince Regent of Brunswick from 1907 to 1913 having succeeded Prince Albrecht of Prussia who was Prince Regent from 1885 to 1906. Princess Elisabeth married secondly Duke Johann Albrecht's brother Duke Adolph Friedrich|
|23.1116||Duke||Alexander of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1859||1859|
|23.1117||Duchess||Anne Elisabeth of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1865||1882|
|23.1118||Duchess||Elisabeth Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1869||1955||Grand Duke||Friedrich August of Oldenburg||1852||1931||See
31.131 - Report on the wedding of Friedrich August and Elisabeth Alexandrine.
Friedrich August abdicated his throne on 11 November 1918.
Apparently Friedrich August's subjects in Oldenburg were none too pleased when he made a trip to USA.
|23.1119||Duke||Friedrich Wilhelm of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1871||1897||Friedrich Wilhelm drowned near Cuxhaven on the Mouth of the River Elbe on 22 September 1897 when the torpedo boat he commanded capsized on its way from manoeuvres in the North Sea. Eight of her crew and Friedrich Wilhelm lost their lives. Friedrich Wilhelm's body was recovered about a week later.|
|23.111J||Duke||Adolph Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1873||1969||Princess||Viktoria-Feodora Reuss-Schleiz||1889||1918||See 22.31711|
|23.111J||Duke||Adolph Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1873||1969||Princess||Elisabeth of Stolberg-Rossla||1885||1969||Elisabeth married firstly Duke Adolph Friedrich's brother Duke Johann Albrecht|
|23.111J1||Duchess||Woizlawa Feodora of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1918||2019||Prince||Henrich I Reuss-Köstritz||1910||1982||See 27.24241 - Heinrich I was adopted on 19 January 1935 by Hereditary Prince Heinrich XLV Reuss-Schleiz|
|23.111K||Duke||Heinrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1876||1934||Queen||Wilhelmina of the Netherlands||1880||1962||See
9.114 - Wedding report of the marriage of
Wilhelmina and Heinrich.
Heinrich was created a Prince of the Netherlands on 6 February 1901. Queen Wilhelmina abdicated 4 September 1948 in favour of her daughter Queen Juliana.
This apparently is Heinrich's thoughts on his position as Prince Consort.
A report on the death of Heinrich.
A brief report on the death of Queen Wilhelmina
|23.112||Duchess||Louise of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1824||1859||Prince||Hugo of Windisch-Graetz (Fürst)||1823||1904||Hugo's father Weriand (1790-1867) was created Fürst zu Windisch-Graetz (Line II) on 18 May 1822. Weriand's elder brother Alfred (1787-1862) having been created Fürst zu Windisch-Graetz (Line I) on 24 May 1804.
Hugo married secondly Princess Mathilde Radziwill (1836-1918)
|23.1121||Princess||Alexandra-Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1850||1933|
|23.1122||Princess||Olga Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1853||1934||Count||Andrea Mocenigo||1850||1878|
|23.1123||Prince||Hugo Weriand of Windisch-Graetz (Fürst)||1854||1920||Princess||Christine von Auersperg||1866||1962|
|23.11231||Princess||Marie Luise of Windisch-Graetz||1886||1976||Count||Giovanni Ceschi a Santa Croce||1871||1936|
|23.11232||Prince||Hugo Vinzenz Alexander of Windisch-Graetz (Fürst)||1887||1959||Princess||Leontine zu Fürstenberg||1892||1979||See 32.8412 - A report on the wedding of Hugo Vinzenz and Leontine which was attended by King Wilhelm II of Prussia (Emperor of Germany)|
|23.112321||Princess||Irma Christiane of Windisch-Graetz||1913||1984||Prince||Franz von Weikersheim||1904||1983||See 39.3113|
|23.112322||Prince||Hugo Maximilian of Windisch-Graetz||1914||1942||Hugo was killed in action over Italy|
|23.112323||Prince||Maximilian Antonius of Windisch-Graetz||1914||1976||Maria Luisa Serra di Carafa||1921||2008|
|23.1123231||Princess||Irma Christiane of Windisch-Graetz||1951||Don||Augusto Ruffo di Calabria||1955||Augusto's father Don Fabrizio Ruffo di Calabria (1922-2005) was a brother to Donna Paola Ruffo di Calabria, Queen of the Belgians|
|23.1123232||Princess||Maximiliane Gratia of Windisch-Graetz||1952||Hereditary Prince||Heinrich zu Fürstenberg||1950||See 32.84142 (link not quite ready)|
|23.1123233||Prince||Mariano-Hugo of Windisch-Graetz||1955||Archduchess||Sophie of Austria||1959||See 19.J32212 - Mariano-Hugo is the present Head of the Princely House of Windisch-Graetz (of Line II)|
|23.11232331||Prince||Maximilian Hugo of Windisch-Graetz||1990|
|23.11232332||Prince||Alexis Ferdinando of Windisch-Graetz||1991||2010||Prince Alexis Ferdinando tragically died on 9 February 2010 following an accident on 4/5 February when his car hit a tree and he sustained serious head injuries.|
|23.11232333||Princess||Larissa Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1996|
|23.1123234||Prince||Manfred of Windisch-Graetz||1963||Maria Vittoria Lepri||1970|
|23.11232341||Prince||Nicolò Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1997|
|23.11232342||Princess||Olimpia Massimiliana of Windisch-Graetz||1999|
|23.11232343||Prince||Brando of Windisch-Graetz||2008|
|23.112324||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Windisch-Graetz||1917||2002||Princess||Dorothea of Hesse-Cassel||1934||See 45.414562|
|23.1123241 - QVD||Princess||Marina of Windisch-Graetz||1960||Gyula Jakabffy||1962|
|23.11232411 - QVD||Reka Jakabffy||1988|
|23.11232412 - QVD||Sophia Jakabffy||1989|
|23.1123242 - QVD||Princess||Clarissa of Windisch-Graetz||1966||Eric de Waele||1962||Eric de Waele and Heursel 1745|
|23.11232421 - QVD||Michel de Waele||1986||Caroline Libbrecht||?|
|23.112324211 - QVD||Raphaël de Waele||2013|
|23.112324212 - QVD||Lucy De Waele||2015|
|23.112324213 - QVD||Samuel De Waele||2017|
|23.11232422 - QVD||Alexandre de Waele||1987|
|23.11232423 - QVD||Mathieu de Waele||1988|
|23.11232424 - QVD||Rubi de Waele||1994|
|23.11233||Princess||Elisabeth Mathilde of Windisch-Graetz||1889||1983||Leone Rosa||1884||1972|
|23.11234||Prince||Alfred of Windisch-Graetz||1890||1972||Princess||Isabelle zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1891||1982|
|23.112341||Princess||Christiane Anna of Windisch-Graetz||1920||1993|
|23.112342||Prince||Gottfried Maximilian of Windisch-Graetz||1927||Claudia Hall||1935|
|23.112343||Prince||Hugo Weriand of Windisch-Graetz||1929||Caroline Knott||1939||Birth registration of
Marriage registration of Hugo Weriand and Caroline Knott
|23.112343||Prince||Hugo Weriand of Windisch-Graetz||1929||Baroness||Katalin Hatvany de Hatvan||1947|
|23.1123431||Prince||Constantin Weriand of Windisch-Graetz||1962||Lesley Anne Withers||?|
|23.1123432||Prince||Franz-Karl Weriand of Windisch-Graetz||1964||Adriana Caras||1965|
|23.11235||Prince||Eduard Vincenz of Windisch-Graetz||1891||1976||Princess||Marie Alexandra von Isenburg||1899||1945||See 20.3K43|
|23.112351||Princess||Maria Friederike zu Windisch-Graetz||1924||1972||Thomas Weston-Baker||1919||2006||Death registration of Maria Friederike|
|23.112352||Princess||Leontine "Lotti" Christiane zu Windisch-Graetz||1925||Robert Henley||1921||1987||Birth Registration of Robert Henley|
|23.112353||Princess||Wilhelmine Gabriele zu Windisch-Graetz||1930||Count||Gottfried von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1925||2005|
|23.1123531||Count||Ferdinand Heinrich von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1960||Madeleine Nowina-Konopka||1963|
|23.1123532||Countess||Alexandra "Alix" Hildgerad von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1962|
|23.1123533||Countess||Veronica Sophie von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1964|
|23.1123534||Count||Mainhard Vinzenz von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1966|
|23.1123535||Countess||Marie-Gabrielle Michaela von Degenfeld-Schönburg||1971||Count||Ferdinand Friedrich of Castell-Castell||1965||See 42.6217|
|23.112354||Princess||Olga Irma zu Windisch-Graetz||1934||Karl Anton von Riedemann||1931||Karl Anton is the son of Mario von Riedemann (1905-1989) and Countess Elisabeth von Ledebur-Wicheln (1905-1989) sister of Count Hubertus von Ledebur-Wicheln (1901-1945)|
|23.1123541||Mario Joseph von Riedemann||1962|
|23.1123542||Peter Edward von Riedemann||1963||Charlene Sandra Lucy||1966|
|23.1123543||Mark Henry von Riedemann||1964||Countess||Tatiana Alix von Holstein-Ledreborg||1961||See 34.2246|
|23.1123544||Cecilia Marie von Riedemann||1965||Timothy James Keilty||1958|
|23.1123545||Dominic Michael von Riedemann||1970||Sarah Ternoway||1977|
|23.11236||Princess||Olga Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1893||1987||Baron||Andreas von Morsey gt Picard||1888||1951|
|23.11236||Princess||Olga Maria of Windisch-Graetz||1893||1987||Count||Hubertus von Ledebur-Wicheln||1901||1945|
|23.11237||Princess||Maria Wilhelmine of Windisch-Graetz||1895||1989||Baron||Leonidas Economo di San Serff||1874||1952|
|23.11238||Prince||Franz Josef Niklas of Windisch-Graetz||1896||1968||Desiree von Wagner-Latour Edle von Thurmburg||1907||1972|
|23.11239||Princess||Maria Gabriele of Windisch-Graetz||1898||1992||Prince||Johann von Ratibor und Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1882||1948||See 32.8322|
|23.1123J||Prince||Gottlieb Engelbert of Windisch-Graetz||1899||1945|
|23.1123K||Princess||Maria Antoinette of Windisch-Graetz||1911||2002||Count||Girolamo di Bosdari||1907||1967|
|23.1124||Princess||Marie of Windisch-Graetz||1856||1929||Duke||Paul Friedrich Francis of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1852||1923||See
23.1112 - Paul Friedrich had to renounce the rights to Mecklenburg-Schwerin for himself and his children following his conversion to Catholicism on his marriage to Princess Marie.
It may be interesting to note that in 1906 Paul Friedrich and his wife Marie were placed under guardianship by a decree issued by Pauls nephew Grand Duke Friedrich Franz IV of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, apparently for spending too much money
|23.113||Duke||Wilhelm of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1827||1879||Princess||Alexandrine "Addy" of Prussia||1842||1906||See 11.94|
|23.1131||Duchess||Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1868||1944||Prince||Henrich XVIII Reuss-Köstritz||1847||1911||A newspaper article on how Charlotte made a record breaking journey from Germany to Havana to visit her seriously ill son Heinrich (I'm not sure which of her three sons the article is referring to)|
|23.1131||Duchess||Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1868||1944||Robert Schmidt||1892||1971|
|23.11311||Prince||Heinrich XXXVII Reuss-Köstritz||1888||1964||Friedel Mijotki||1891||1957||An interesting article in The New York Times on the numbering system adopted with the Reuss Princely family|
|23.11311||Prince||Heinrich XXXVII Reuss-Köstritz||1888||1964||Stefanie Clemm von Hohenberg||1900||1990|
|23.113111||Prince||Heinrich XI Licco Reuss-Köstritz||1934||Baroness||Ulfa von Dörnberg||1935|
|23.1131111||Princess||Henriette Reuss-Köstritz||1964||Count||Ruprecht Caspar of Solms-Baruth||1963||See 35.42631|
|23.1131112||Prince||Heinrich XVI Reuss-Köstritz||1965||Baroness||Julia Schenk zu Schweinsberg||1968|
|23.1131113||Prince||Heinrich XVIII Reuss-Köstritz||1969||Diana von Hagen||1972|
|23.1131114||Princess||Friederike Alexandrine Reuss-Köstritz||1976||Johann Rotger van Lengerich||1971||Johann Rotger is a partner in the family law firm|
|23.113112||Princess||Marianne Charlotte Reuss-Köstritz||1936||Avery Brundage||1887||1975||Avery Brundage was President of International Olympic Committee 1952-72.
An obituary of Avery Brundage
|23.113112||Princess||Marianne Charlotte Reuss-Köstritz||1936||Friedrich Feldmann||1915|
|23.11312||Prince||Heinrich XXXVIII Reuss-Köstritz||1889||1918||Heinrich XXXVIII was killed in action at Liny, Brabant|
|23.11313||Prince||Heinrich XLII Reuss-Köstritz||1892||1949||Charlotte Nawrath||1892||1944|
|23.11313||Prince||Heinrich XLII Reuss-Köstritz||1892||1949||Anneliese Taube||1915||1997|
|23.12||Duchess||Marie Louise of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1803||1862||Duke||George of Saxe-Altenburg||1796||1853||See 30.9|
|23.13||Duke||Albrecht of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1812||1834|
|23.14||Duchess||Helene of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1814||1858||Prince||Ferdinand of Orleans (France) (Duke of Orleans)||1810||1842||See
Death registration of Duchess Helene
Ferdinand was killed by a fall from his horse carriage near to Neuilly-sur-Seine and died several hours later from serious head injuries.
|23.15||Duke||Magnus of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1815||1816|
|23.2||Duchess||Luise Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1779||1801||Duke||Emil Leopold "August" of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1772||1822||Emil Leopold was secondly married to Princess Karoline Amalie of Hesse-Cassel|
|23.21||Princess||Luise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1800||1831||Duke||Ernst I of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1784||1844||See 28.4 - Luise's father Duke Emil Leopold of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg was succeeded as Duke by his brother Friedrich (1774-1825). The death of Luise's uncle Friedrich as the last duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg resulted in a rearrangement of the Saxony Duchies. Ernst was in the process of divorcing his wife at the time and negotiations were set in train for him to receive Gotha although the other branches objected to this. A compromise was reached with Ernst receiving Gotha and ceding Saalfeld to Saxe-Meiningen.|
|23.21||Princess||Luise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1800||1831||Alexander von Hanstein||1804||1884||Luise married her lover Alexander von Hanstein in 1826 who was created Graf von Pölzig just before their marriage. Luise died at a young age from cancer of the womb.
It was reported that Luise left all her wealth to her husband Alexander but stipulated in her will that he should only enjoy his wealth if he kept her remains under the same roof. This will stipulation was ostensibly to prevent Alexander remarrying
|23.3||Duke||Gustav Wilhelm of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1781||1851|
|23.4||Duke||Karl of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1782||1833|
|23.5||Duchess||Charlotte Friederike of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1784||1840||King||Christian VIII of Denmark||1786||1848||Christian VIII was secondly married to Princess Karoline Amalie of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg (married 1815)|
|23.51||Prince||Christian Frederik of Denmark||1807||1807|
|23.52||King||Frederick VII Carl Christian of Denmark||1808||1863||Princess||Wilhelmine of Denmark||1808||1891||See 45.318|
|23.52||King||Frederick VII Carl Christian of Denmark||1808||1863||Duchess||Karoline Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz||1821||1876||See 24.83|
|23.52||King||Frederick VII Carl Christian of Denmark||1808||1863||Lovisa Christina Rasmussen||1815||1874||Frederik died childless and a second cousin by birth
Duke Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg succeeded as King on 15 November 1863.
Lovisa was created Countess (Lehnsgräfin) Danner in 1850.
An article on the three marriages of Frederik VII.
An interesting article on the circumstances of Lovisa meeting up with and marrying King Frederik.
Although Frederik VII was childless from his three marriages he had a son in 1843 from a liaison with Else Pedersen (also known as Marie Poulsen).
A report on the death of Frederik VII.
A report on the death of Countess (Lehnsgräfin) Danner
|23.6||Duke||Adolf of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1785||1821|