|11||King||Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia||1770||1840||Duchess||Luise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz||1776||1810||See
Obituary on King Friedrich Wilhelm III
A more in-depth report on the death of King Friedrich Wilhelm III
|11||King||Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia||1770||1840||Countess||Augusta von Harrach||1800||1873||Auguste was created Fürstin (Princess ) von Liegnitz and Countess von Hohenzollern in 1824.
Report on the unusual marriage of King Friedrich Wilhelm and Countess Augusta von Harrach.
New York Times report on the death of Princess von Liegnitz
|11.1||King||Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia||1795||1861||Princess||Elizabeth of Bavaria||1801||1873||See
18.7 - A stroke in 1857 left Friedrich Wilhelm partially paralyzed and largely mentally incapacitated,
and his brother William served as regent from 1858 until Friedrich Wilhelm's death in 1861, at which point William ascended the throne himself as
New York Times report on the death of King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. A very brief report on the death of "Dowager" Queen Elizabeth
|11.2||King||Wilhelm I of Prussia||1797||1888||Princess||Auguste of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1811||1890||See
27.23 - Wilhelm was proclaimed first German Emperor on French soil in the Hall of Mirrors at the
Palace at Versailles on 18 January 1871 (some sources show 8 January 1871). He succeeded as King of Prussia on the death of his mentally
incapacitated brother Friedrich Wilhelm IV in 1861.
A report on the death of King Wilhelm I of Prussia and his subsequent funeral
|11.21||King||Friedrich III "Fritz" of Prussia||1831||1888||Princess||Victoria "Vicky" of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1840||1901||See
1.1 - Friedrich was also German Emperor and reigned only 98 days before succumbing to throat cancer.
NY Times article reporting the death of Friedrich III
Birth Registration of Victoria (Princess Royal)
|11.211 - QVD||King||Wilhelm II of Prussia||1859||1941||Princess||Auguste Viktoria "Dona" of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg||1858||1921||See
36.252 - Wilhelm (who was also German Emperor) abdicated on 28 November 1918 having
fled to Holland on 10 November 1918.
A touching article on Auguste Viktoria as "A MODEL HOUSEWIFE".
I hadn't heard of this situation before I read this article . It purports to show that Wilhelm II marriage to Auguste Viktoria was morganatic in that her family Schleswig-Holstein were not previously reigning but merely owned its own territory in bygone times. This was a ruling from a Schleswig-Holstein lower court of law.
Reports on the death of Wilhelm and his subsequent funeral.
NY Times article reporting the death of Auguste Viktoria
|11.211 - QVD||King||Wilhelm II of Prussia||1859||1941||Princess||Hermine Reuss-Greiz||1887||1947||See 43.155 - Wilhelm (who was also German Emperor) abdicated on 28 November 1918 having fled to Holland on 10 November 1918. Princess Hermine was arrested by the Soviet military police and some time after reappeared in Frankfurt on the Oder where she lived on the outskirts of the town, where she died of a heart attack possible caused by starvation. Hermine was firstly married to Prince Johann Georg of Schoenaich-Carolath, their daughter Princess Henriette married Wilhelm's grandson Prince Karl Franz Joseph of Prussia|
|11.2111 - QVD||Crown Prince||Wilhelm of Prussia||1882||1951||Duchess||Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1886||1954||See
23.11113 - 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.
Report on the death of Crown Prince Wilhelm
|11.21111 - QVD||Prince||Wilhelm of Prussia||1906||1940||Dorothea von Salviati||1907||1972||Wilhelm was forced to renounce his succession rights to the Royal House of Prussia and inheritance of Wilhelm II in 1933 following his unequal marriage to Dorothea von Salviati. He died of wounds received in action near Valenciennes.|
|11.211111 - QVD||Princess||Felicitas of Prussia||1934||2009||Dinnies von der Osten||1929|
|11.211111 - QVD||Princess||Felicitas of Prussia||1934||2009||Jorg von Nostitz-Wallwitz||1937|
|11.2111111 - QVD||Friederike von der Osten||1959||Bernhard von Reiche||1956|
|11.21111111 - QVD||Felicitas von Reiche||1986|
|11.21111112 - QVD||Victoria von Reiche||1989|
|11.21111113 - QVD||Donata von Reiche||1992|
|11.2111112 - QVD||Dinnies-Wilhelm von der Osten||1962||1989|
|11.2111113 - QVD||Hubertus von der Osten||1964|
|11.2111114 - QVD||Cecilie von der Osten||1967||Ole Marxen||1964|
|11.21111141 - QVD||Julius Marxen||1998|
|11.21111142 - QVD||Victor Marxen||2002|
|11.2111115 - QVD||Diana von Nostitz-Wallwitz||1974||Baron||Carl-Jan von der Goltz||1968|
|11.21111151 - QVD||Baron/Baroness||Child (of Diana von Nostitz-Wallwitz and Baron Carl-Jan von der Goltz||?||Birth confirmed on www.nobiliana.de|
|11.21111152 - QVD||Baron/Baroness||Child (of Diana von Nostitz-Wallwitz and Baron Carl-Jan von der Goltz||2011||Birth confirmed on www.nobiliana.de|
|11.211112 - QVD||Princess||Christa of Prussia||1936||Peter Liebes||1926||1967|
|11.21112 - QVD||Prince||Louis Ferdinand of Prussia||1907||1994||Grand Duchess||Kira of Russia||1909||1967||See 4.91422 - A report of the wedding of Kira and Louis Ferdinand|
|11.211121 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia||1939||2015||Waltraud Freytag||1940||2010||Following his unequal marriage in 1967 to a commoner Prince Friedrich was forced to renounce his rights to any inheritance or succession to the Royal House of Prussia. Clauses in Emperor Wilhelm's will stipulated the successor of Prince Louis Ferdinand must marry equal or be born of an equal marriage. This disbarred Friedrich as his marriage was considered unequal. Although Friedrich accepted this at the time of his marriage, both he and his younger brother (who also married unequally) filed a suit in the German Courts claiming discrimination against them on the basis of their marriage was unconstitutional. They eventually lost the case when in 1998 the Federal Court of Justice overturned the rulings of two lower courts. The two brothers took their case to the Federal Constitutional Court, and on 22 March 2004 obtained a ruling overturning the decisions of the Federal Court of Justice in 1998. A more detailed explanation of the case can be found here.|
|11.211121 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia||1939||2015||Ehrengard von Reden||1943||See comments above regarding Friedrich Wilhelm's unequal marriage.|
|11.211121 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia||1939||2015||Sibylle Kretschmer||1952||See comments above regarding Friedrich Wilhelm's unequal marriage.|
|11.2111211 - QVD||Philip Prinz von Preussen||1968||Anna Christine Soltau||1968|
|11.21112111 - QVD||Paul Wilhelm Prinz von Preussen||1995|
|11.21112112 - QVD||Maria Luise Prinzessin von Preussen||1997|
|11.21112113 - QVD||Elisabeth Christine Prinzessin von Preussen||1998|
|11.21112114 - QVD||Anna Sophie Prinzessin von Preussen||2001|
|11.21112115 - QVD||Johanna Amalie Prinzessin von Preussen||2002|
|11.21112116 - QVD||Timotheus Friedrich Prinz von Preussen||2005|
|11.2111212 - QVD||Friedrich Wilhelm Prinz von Preussen||1979||Baroness||Anna Catharina von Salza und Lichtenau||1981|
|11.21112121 - QVD||Friedrich Wilhelm Prinz von Preussen||2012|
|11.2111213 - QVD||Viktoria Luise Prinzessin von Preussen||1982|
|11.2111214 - QVD||Joachim-Albrecht Prinz von Preussen||1984|
|11.211122 - QVD||Prince||Michael of Prussia||1940||2014||Jutta Jörn||1943||See also comments against Prince Michael's brother Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia regarding the similar implication of Prince Michael entering into an unequal marriage|
|11.211122 - QVD||Prince||Michael of Prussia||1940||2014||Brigitte von Dallwitz||1939||2016||See also comments against Prince Michael's brother Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia regarding the similar implication of Prince Michael entering into an unequal marriage. Some sources show Prince Michael's second wife as Brigitte Dallwitz, Brigitte Dallwitz-Wegner or Brigitte von Dallwitz-Wegner; I have used Brigitte von Dallwitz following email correspondence with Prince Michael|
|11.2111221 - QVD||Micaela Prinzessin von Preussen||1967||Jürgen Wessolly||1961||Micaela retained her maiden after her marriage which is allowed under German law. Similarly under German Law her children are registered with her surname.|
|11.21112211 - QVD||Maximilian Prinz von Preussen||2000|
|11.21112212 - QVD||Marie Charlotte Prinzessin von Preussen||2001|
|11.2111222 - QVD||Nataly Prinzessin von Preussen||1970|
|11.211123 - QVD||Princess||Marie Cecile of Prussia||1942||Duke||Friedrich August of Oldenburg||1936||See 31.13136 - Friedrich August subsequently married Countess Donata of Castell-Rüdenhausen (the ex-wife of Princess Marie-Cecilie's brother Prince Louis Ferdinand )|
|11.211124 - QVD||Princess||Kira of Prussia||1943||2004||Thomas Liepsner||1945|
|11.2111241 - QVD||Kira-Marina Liepsner||1977||Andreas von Bismarck||1979||Andreas is a 3 x great grandson of Bernard von Bismarck elder brother of the Iron Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck (Prince von Bismarck)|
|11.21112411 - QVD||Luise von Bismarck||2002|
|11.21112412 - QVD||Sophie von Bismarck||2007|
|11.211125 - QVD||Prince||Louis Ferdinand "Lulu" of Prussia||1944||1977||Countess||Donata zu Castell-Rüdenhausen||1950||2015||Prince Louis died of injuries received on military manoeuvres at Bremen. Countess Donata subsequently married Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg (the ex-husband of Prince Louis Ferdinand's sister Princess Marie-Cecilie ). Donata is the daughter of Prince Siegfried zu Castell-Rüdenhausen (4 th Fürst zu Castell-Rüdenhausen) (1916-2007) and a sister to Count Hermann of Castell-Rüdenhausen.|
|11.2111251 - QVD||Prince||Georg Friedrich of Prussia||1976||Princess||Sophie Johanna von Isenburg von Isenburg||1978||See 20.3K4434 - Georg Friedrich is the present Head of the Imperial House of Hohenzollern (Prussia)|
|11.21112511 - QVD||Prince||Carl Friedrich of Prussia||2013||Carl Friedrich and Louis Ferdinand are twins|
|11.21112512 - QVD||Prince||Louis Ferdinand of Prussia||2013||Carl Friedrich and Louis Ferdinand are twins|
|11.21112513 - QVD||Princess||Emma Marie of Prussia||2015|
|11.21112514 - QVD||Prince||Heinrich Albert of Prussia||2016|
|11.2111252 - QVD||Princess||Cornelie-Cecile of Prussia||1978||Princess Cornelie-Cecile was born posthumously|
|11.211126 - QVD||Prince||Christian-Sigismund of Prussia||1946||Countess||Nina zu Reventlow||1954|
|11.2111261 - QVD||Isabelle-Alexandra Grandmontagne-Prinzessin von Preussen||1969||Isabelle-Alexandra's parents are Prince Christian Sigismund and Christiane Grandmontagne. Christiane Grandmontagne married Count Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg in 2004 (his sixth wife)|
|11.2111262 - QVD||Prince||Christian Ludwig of Prussia||1986|
|11.2111263 - QVD||Princess||Irina of Prussia||1988|
|11.211127 - QVD||Princess||Xenia of Prussia||1949||1992||Per-Edvard Lithander||1945||2010||Xenia died following an asthma attack|
|11.2111271 - QVD||Patrick Lithander||1973||Maja Flechtner||1973||A link to brief details of Patrick Lithander|
|11.21112711 - QVD||Pius Lithander||2005|
|11.21112712 - QVD||Hugo Lithander||2006|
|11.21112713 - QVD||Karl Lithander||2008|
|11.21112714 - QVD||Merle Lithander||2010|
|11.2111272 - QVD||Wilhelm Sebastian Lithander||1974||Tiana Bischoff||1973|
|11.21112721 - QVD||Steen Edvard Lithander||2010|
|11.21112722 - QVD||Ebba Viktoria Lithander||2012|
|11.21113 - QVD||Prince||Hubertus of Prussia||1909||1950||Baroness||Maria Anna von Humbodt-Dachroeden||1916||2003||Hubertus died of Appendicitis. Maria Anna is a second cousin to Baroness Friederike von Humboldt-Dachroeden, their respective paternal grandfathers were brothers|
|11.21113 - QVD||Prince||Hubertus of Prussia||1909||1950||Princess||Magdalene Pauline Reuss-Kostritz||1920||2009||Hubertus died of Appendicitis.
Magdalene Pauline father Prince Heinrich XXXVI Reuss-Kostritz (1888-1956) was a brother to Prince Heinrich XXXIV Reuss-Köstritz (1887-1956)
|11.211131 - QVD||Princess||Anastasia of Prussia||1944||Prince||Alois-Konstantin of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (9th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg)||1941||Alois-Konstantin is the present Head of the Princely House of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg|
|11.2111311 - QVD||Prince||Carl-Friedrich of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1966||2010||Baroness||Stephanie von und zu Brenken||1970||Carl Friedrich (who raced under the pseudonym Leo Löwenstein) was killed in a tragic car crash whilst racing at Nürburgring|
|11.21113111 - QVD||Princess||Augustina of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1999|
|11.21113112 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Nicodemus of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||2001|
|11.21113113 - QVD||Prince||Laurentius of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||2006|
|11.21113114 - QVD||Princess||Kiliane of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||2008|
|11.2111312 - QVD||Prince||Hubertus of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1968||Baroness||Iris von Dörnberg||1969|
|11.2111313 - QVD||Princess||Christina Maria of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1974||Guido von Rohr||1969|
|11.21113131 - QVD||Antonius Gisilot von Rohr||2003||A photograph and details of Antonius|
|11.21113132 - QVD||Konstantin von Rohr||2007||A photograph and details of Konstantin|
|11.21113133 - QVD||Maria Sylvia von Rohr||2008||Maria Sylvia and Cecilia Marie are twins|
|11.21113134 - QVD||Cecilia Marie von Rohr||2008||Maria Sylvia and Cecilia Marie are twins|
|11.2111314 - QVD||Prince||Dominik-Wilhelm of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1983||Countess||Olga Graziella zu Castell-Rüdenhausen||1987||Olga Graziella's father Prince Johann-Friedrich (Fürst) zu Castell-Rüdenhausen (1948 - 2014) was a brother to Countess Donata zu Castell-Rüdenhausen|
|11.211132 - QVD||Princess||Marie-Christine of Prussia||1947||1966||Marie-Christine died as a result of injuries following a car accident|
|11.21114 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Georg of Prussia||1911||1966||Lady||Brigid Guinness||1920||1995||Prince Friedrich became a British citizen (lived in England as George Mansfield) although in 1946 he reverted to using his title and his descendants use the surname von Preussen. It was reported in 1953 that Prince Friedrich had reassumed German nationality and there was a debate in the House of Commons on 19 October 1961 regarding his entitlement to Foreign Compensation.
Prince Friedrich's body was recovered from the Rhine and it was concluded that he either committed suicide or died accidentally.
Birth Registration of Brigid Guinness
A report on the "quiet/secret" wedding of Prince Friedrich Georg and Lady Brigid Guinness
Marriage Registration of George Mansfield (i.e. Prince Friedrich Georg) and Lady Brigid Guinness
|11.211141 - QVD||Prince||Frederick Nicholas of Prussia||1946||Victoria Mancroft||1952||Birth Registration of Frederick Hohenzollern or Frederick Mansfeld|
|11.2111411 - QVD||Beatrice von Preussen||1981||Beatrice works as a designer and illustrator.|
|11.2111412 - QVD||Florence von Preussen||1983||James Tollemache||1980|
|11.2111413 - QVD||Augusta von Preussen||1986||Caspar William Helmore||1987|
|11.2111414 - QVD||Frederick von Preussen||1990|
|11.211142 - QVD||Prince||William Andrew of Prussia||1947||Alexandra Blahova||1947||Birth Registration of
William Hohenzollern or
|11.2111421 - QVD||Tatiana von Preussen||1980||Philip Womack||1981||Birth Registration of
Tatiana von Preussen and
Philip Womack is a Novelist and Reviewer.
|11.2111422 - QVD||Frederick von Preussen||1984|
|11.211143 - QVD||Princess||Victoria of Prussia||1952||Philippe Achache||1948||Birth Registration of Victoria von Preussen|
|11.2111431 - QVD||George Achache||1980|
|11.2111432 - QVD||Francis Achache||1982|
|11.211144 - QVD||Prince||Rupert of Prussia||1955||Ziba Rastegar-Javaheri||1954||Prince Rupert and Princess Antonia are twins.
Birth Registration of Rupert von Preussen
|11.2111441 - QVD||Brigid von Preussen||1983|
|11.2111442 - QVD||Astrid von Preussen||1985|
|11.211145 - QVD||Princess||Antonia of Prussia||1955||Charles Arthur Wellesley (Marquess of Douro)||1945||Prince Rupert and Princess Antonia are twins. The Marquess of Douro is the eldest son of
the 8 th Duke of Wellington.
Birth Registration of Antonia von Preussen
|11.2111451 - QVD||Arthur Wellesley (Earl of Mornington)||1978||Jemma Madeleine Kidd||1974||Jemma via her father is a great-granddaughter of the 1st Baron Beaverbrook nominally ascribed as the first baron of newspaper proprietors in Fleet Street|
|11.21114511 - QVD||Lady||Mae Madeleine Wellesley||2010|
|11.21114512 - QVD||Arthur Darcy Wellesley (Viscount Wellesley)||2010|
|11.2111452 - QVD||Lady||Honor Wellesley||1979||Orlando Montagu||1971||Orlando is a son of the 11th Earl of Sandwich.
Orlando and his father are now in the business of selling sandwiches the origin of the name goes back to the 4th Earl of Sandwich.
|11.21114521 - QVD||Walter Frederick Montagu||2005|
|11.21114522 - QVD||Nancy Jemima Montagu||2007|
|11.2111453 - QVD||Lady||Mary Wellesley||1986|
|11.2111454 - QVD||Lady||Charlotte Wellesley||1990|
|11.2111455 - QVD||Lord||Frederick Wellesley||1992|
|11.21115 - QVD||Princess||Alexandrine Irene of Prussia||1915||1980|
|11.21116 - QVD||Princess||Cecilie of Prussia||1917||1975||Clyde Harris||1918||1958|
|11.211161 - QVD||Kira Harris||1954||John Mitchell Johnson||1951|
|11.2111611 - QVD||Philip Johnson||1985|
|11.2112 - QVD||Prince||Eitel-Friedrich of Prussia||1883||1942||Duchess||Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg||1879||1964||See 31.1311 - The New York Times report on the wedding of Duchess Sophie Charlotte to Prince Eitel-Friedrich|
|11.2113 - QVD||Prince||Adalbert of Prussia||1884||1948||Princess||Adelheid "Adi" of Saxe-Meiningen||1891||1971||See 29.3162|
|11.21131 - QVD||Daughter (was the daughter of Princess Adelheid of Saxe-Meiningen and Prince Adalbert of Prussia)||1915||1915||Some sources erroneously shows this individual (who was born and died on the same day) with the name Princess Victoria Marina|
|11.21132 - QVD||Princess||Victoria Marina of Prussia||1917||1981||Kirby William Patterson||1907||1984|
|11.211321 - QVD||Berengar Patterson||1948||2011||Pamela Knight||1944||Berengar and Marina are twins|
|11.211322 - QVD||Marina Patterson||1948||2011||John William Engel||1946||Berengar and Marina are twins|
|11.2113221 - QVD||William John Engel||1983|
|11.211323 - QVD||Dohna Maria Patterson||1954||Stephen Pearl||1951|
|11.21133 - QVD||Prince||Wilhelm-Victor of Prussia||1919||1989||Countess||Marie-Antoinette Hoyos||1920||2004|
|11.211331 - QVD||Princess||Marie Louise of Prussia||1945||Count||Rudolf von Schönburg-Glauchau||1932||Rudolf is a paternal uncle of Count Alexander of Schönburg-Glauchau|
|11.2113311 - QVD||Countess||Sophie von Schönburg-Glauchau||1979||Carles Andreu Alacreu||?|
|11.2113312 - QVD||Count||Friedrich Wilhelm von Schönburg-Glauchau||1985|
|11.211332 - QVD||Prince||Adelbert of Prussia||1948||Eva-Maria Kudicke||1951|
|11.2113321 - QVD||Alexander Prinz von Preussen||1984|
|11.2113322 - QVD||Christian Prinz von Preussen||1986||Christian and Philipp are twins|
|11.2113323 - QVD||Philipp Prinz von Preussen||1986||Christian and Philipp are twins|
|11.2114 - QVD||Prince||August Wilhelm "Auwi" of Prussia||1887||1949||Princess||Alexandra Viktoria of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg||1887||1957||See
35.422 - Prince August Wilhelm and Princess Alexandra were first cousins, their respective mothers were sisters.
It seems "Auwi" was intent on marrying Alexandra.
They married on 22 October 1908 having become engaged in the very early months of 1907.
"Auwi" became a Nazi supporter and in 1948 was tried by a German deNasification court, which decided he was only a "minor .offender" and sentenced him to two and a half years imprisonment but was released on the basis that he had served enough time in prisons.
Alexandra Viktoria had an unconventional home following her divorced from her second husband Arnold Rumann
|11.21141 - QVD||Prince||Alexander Ferdinand of Prussia||1912||1985||Irmgard Weygand||1912||2001||The Official Website of the House of Hohenzollern here: shows Irmgard Weygand, some sources show an alternative spelling of Armgard Weygand|
|11.211411 - QVD||Stephan Alexander Prinz von Preussen||1939||1993||Heide Schmidt||1939|
|11.211411 - QVD||Stephan Alexander Prinz von Preussen||1939||1993||Hannelore-Marie Kerscher||1952|
|11.2114111 - QVD||Stephanie Prinzessin von Preussen||1966||Amadi Mbaraka Bao||1958|
|11.21141111 - QVD||Aaron Bao||1994|
|11.21141112 - QVD||Shoshana Bao||1996|
|11.21141113 - QVD||Amir Bao||1998|
|11.21141114 - QVD||Seraphine Bao||2002|
|11.2115 - QVD||Prince||Oskar of Prussia||1888||1958||Countess||Ina-Marie von Bassewitz-Levetzow||1888||1973||Ina-Marie was created Countess von Ruppin in 1914 and a Princess of Prussia in 1920 by King Wilhelm II of Prussia (Emperor of Germany). This marriage which was initially considered as morganatic was recognized as being equal on 21 June 1920.
The New York Times article on the impending marriage of Oskar and Ina-Marie.
An interesting article during the latter part of Prince Oskar's life.
Ina-Marie's father was Count Karl Heinrich Ludwig von Bassewitz-Levetzow (1855 -1921) who was President of the state ministry (possible equates to Prime Minister) of Mecklenburg-Schwerin from 1901 to 1914.
|11.21151 - QVD||Prince||Oskar of Prussia||1915||1939||Prince Oskar was killed in action in Poland two days after the declaration of hostilities by England and France|
|11.21152 - QVD||Prince||Burchard of Prussia||1917||1988||Countess||Eleonore Fugger von Babenhausen||1925||1992||Countess Eleonore was firstly married to Robert Bee and their daughter Victoria Bee is married to Prince Georg of Hanover (Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg)|
|11.21153 - QVD||Princess||Herzeleide-Ina-Marie of Prussia||1918||1989||Prince||Karl Biron von Curland||1907||1982||Historical background to the Biron von Curland family can be found here|
|11.211531 - QVD||Princess||Viktoria-Benigna Biron von Curland||1939||Baron||Johann Christoph von Twickel||1940||2014||Baron Johann married secondly Princess Charlotte of Croÿ|
|11.2115311 - QVD||Baron||Nikolaus von Twickel||1969||Georgia Fischer||1969|
|11.21153111 - QVD||Baron||Konstantin von Twickel||2002|
|11.21153112 - QVD||Baroness||Benedikta von Twickel||2005|
|11.21153113 - QVD||Baron||Georg von Twickel||2008|
|11.21153114 - QVD||Baron||Kyrill von Twickel||2011|
|11.2115312 - QVD||Baron||Tassilo von Twickel||1976||Jeanine (or Janine) Schniewind||1977|
|11.21153121 - QVD||Baron||Antonius "Anton" von Twickel||2010|
|11.21153122 - QVD||Baroness||Matilda von Twickel||2012|
|11.211532 - QVD||Prince||Ernst-Johann Biron von Curland||1940||Countess||Elisabeth von Isenburg-Philippseich||1941||Prince Ernst-Johann is the present Head of the Princely House of Biron von Curland|
|11.2115321 - QVD||Anja Prinzessin Biron von Curland||1975||Anja is the adopted daughter (adopted 24 February 1976) of Prince and Princess Ernst-Johann Biron von Curland|
|11.2115322 - QVD||Christiana Prinzessin von Curland||1977||Christiana is the adopted daughter (adopted 23 May 1978) of Prince and Princess Ernst-Johann Biron von Curland|
|11.211533 - QVD||Prince||Michael Biron von Curland||1944||Kristin von Oertzen||1944|
|11.2115331 - QVD||Princess||Veronika Biron von Curland||1970||Christoph Carl||?|
|11.2115332 - QVD||Prince||Alexander Biron von Curland||1972||Countess||Michaela Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Caminitz||1979|
|11.2115333 - QVD||Princess||Stephanie Biron von Curland||1975||Georg Güber||?|
|11.21154 - QVD||Prince||Wilhelm-Karl of Prussia||1922||2007||Armgard von Veltheim||1926||A brief report on the wedding of Wilhelm-Karl and Armgard von Veltheim|
|11.211541 - QVD||Princess||Donata-Viktoria of Prussia||1952|
|11.211542 - QVD||Prince||Wilhelm-Karl of Prussia||1955|
|11.211543 - QVD||Prince||Oskar of Prussia||1959||Auguste Zimmermann von Siefart||1962|
|11.2115431 - QVD||Prince||Oskar of Prussia||1993|
|11.2115432 - QVD||Princess||Wilhelmine of Prussia||1995|
|11.2115433 - QVD||Prince||Albert of Prussia||1998|
|11.2116 - QVD||Prince||Joachim of Prussia||1890||1920||Princess||Marie Auguste of Anhalt||1898||1983||See
24.73343 - Prince Joachim shot himself, one of the reasons could have been his unhappy marriage to Marie Auguste. She had left their home about a year before the shooting due to the Prince's cruelty.
However The New York Times (1) and The New York Times (2) reported Joachim was in financial straits and suffering from a nervous collapse due to protracted negotiations in arriving at a financial settlement with the Prussian State. It was also reported Joachim and his wife were divorced but I've been unable to find any supporting sources relating to any divorce.
However another article regarding Joachim's suicide mentions divorce proceedings had been instituted by his wife.
And a more detailed article on his Jdeath and his matrimonial problems.
And yet another article in which Princess Marie Auguste was suing her brother-in-law Prince Eitel-Friedrich of Prussia for the return of her son Karl mentions Marie and Joachim were divorced by the decree absolute was granted after Joachim's death.
|11.21161 - QVD||Prince||Karl Franz Joseph of Prussia||1916||1975||Princess||Henriette of Schoenaich-Carolath||1918||1972||See
43.1555 - One source mentions Karl Franz Joseph died in an
automobile accident in Chile, I'm trying to corroborate this information.
Henriette was the daughter of Prince Johann Georg of Schoenaich-Carolath and Princess Hermine Reuss-Greiz. Princess Hermine subsequently married Emperor Wilhelm of Germany
|11.21161 - QVD||Prince||Karl Franz Joseph of Prussia||1916||1975||Luise Hartman||1909||1961|
|11.21161 - QVD||Prince||Karl Franz Joseph of Prussia||1916||1975||Eva Maria Herreray Valdeavellano||1922||1987|
|11.211611 - QVD||Prince||Franz Wilhelm of Prussia||1943||Grand Duchess||Marie of Russia||1953||See
4.914231 - Franz Wilhelm and Friedrich Christian were twins. Grand Duchess Marie is the present Head of the Imperial House of Russia.
Franz Wilhelm's genealogy is somewhat unique. He was via his father a great grandson of Wilhelm II of Prussia (German Emperor), Franz Wilhelm's maternal grandmother Princess Hermine Reuss-Greiz, was the second wife on Wilhelm II of Prussia (German Emperor).
|11.2116111 - QVD||Prince||Georg Wilhelm of Prussia (also Grand Duke of Russia)||1981||Georg was granted the title of Grand Duke of Russia|
|11.211612 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Christian of Prussia||1943||1943||Franz Wilhelm and Friedrich Christianh were twins|
|11.211613 - QVD||Prince||Franz Friedrich of Prussia||1944||Gudrun Winkler||1949|
|11.211613 - QVD||Prince||Franz Friedrich of Prussia||1944||Susann Genske||1964|
|11.2116131 - QVD||Christine Prinzessin von Preussen||1968||Milos Kovacevic||1964|
|11.2116131 - QVD||Christine Prinzessin von Preussen||1968||Thomas Kempkes||1965|
|11.211614 - QVD||Alexandra Prinzessin von Preussen||1960||Juan Diego Martinez y Lercari||1953|
|11.211614 - QVD||Alexandra Prinzessin von Preussen||1960||Alberto Reboa Devoto||1952|
|11.2116141 - QVD||Alberto Joaquin Reboa von Preussen||1994|
|11.2116142 - QVD||Alexandra Augusta Reboa von Preussen||1995|
|11.211615 - QVD||Desiree Prinzessin von Preussen||1961||Juan Carlos Gamarra y Skeels||1954|
|11.2116151 - QVD||Juan Francisco Gamarra||1987|
|11.2116152 - QVD||Ines Desiree Gamarra||1989|
|11.2117 - QVD||Princess||Viktoria-Luise of Prussia||1892||1980||Prince||Ernst August of Hanover (Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg)||1887||1953||See
25.116 - Ernst August succeeded to the Duchy of Brunswick (and Wolfenbuttel) on 1 November 1913 followinghis father's renunciation on 24 October 1913. He abdicated his throne on 8 November 1918.
An interesting article published on the day of the wedding of Viktoria-Luise to Ernst August and how this reconciled the two royal families of Prussia and Hanover which had been strained since 1866 when Hanover was annexed to Prussia. The article also mentions how close it came in 1866 to Ernst August's aunt Princess Friederike Sophie of Hanover possibly marrying Prince Albrecht of Prussia.
|11.212 - QVD||Princess||Charlotte of Prussia||1860||1919||Duke||Bernard III of Saxe-Meiningen||1851||1928||See
29.311 - Bernard abdicated his throne on 10 November 1918.
Princess Charlotte married on 18 February 1878 Prince (later Duke) of Bernard of Saxe-Meiningen at a double wedding with her second cousin Princess Elisabeth of Prussia to the then Hereditary Grand Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg.
The New York Times published an interesting article when Princess Charlotte became the Duchess of Meiningen in 1914.
The New York Times announcement of Duchess Charlotte's death
|11.213 - QVD||Prince||Heinrich of Prussia||1862||1929||Princess||Irene of Hesse and by Rhine||1866||1953||See
5.1213 - A short report on the marriage of
Heinrich and Irene.
Obituary on Prince Heinrich
|11.2131 - QVD||Prince||Waldemar of Prussia||1889||1945||Princess||Calixta of Lippe||1895||1982||Waldemar suffered from haemophilia and died in a clinic in Tutzing, Bavaria because of the lack of blood transfusion facilities. Waldemar with the assistance of his wife Calixta had fled from their home in Silesia in 1945 due the Russian advance, finally arriving in Tutzing where he was able to receive his last blood transfusion. The American Army overran the area the next day, diverted all medical resources to treat concentration camp victims, and prevented Waldemar's German doctor from treating him. He bled to death.|
|11.2132 - QVD||Prince||Sigismund of Prussia||1896||1978||Princess||Charlotte Agnes of Saxe-Alternburg||1899||1989||See 30.9341|
|11.21321 - QVD||Princess||Barbara of Prussia||1920||1994||Duke||Christian Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1912||1996||See 23.111122 - Christian Ludwig was arrested by Soviet troops in 1945 and spent the next 8 years as a prisoner.|
|11.21322 - QVD||Prince||Alfred of Prussia||1924||2013||Maritza Farkas||1929||1996||Prince Alfred died in Costa Rica on 3 June 2013 and the circumstances of the last decades of his life in which he was manipulated make grim and sad reading. A Costa Rican newspaper La Nación published on article on the life and death of Prince Alfred and that of his parents. A Google translation of the article is here.|
|11.2133 - QVD||Prince||Heinrich of Prussia||1900||1904||Heinrich suffered from haemophilia and died following a bump to the head|
|11.214 - QVD||Prince||Sigismund of Prussia||1864||1866||Sigismund died from meningitis|
|11.215 - QVD||Princess||Victoria "Moretta" of Prussia||1866||1929||Prince||Adolf of Schaumburg-Lippe||1859||1916||See
43.17 - Victoria was engaged to Prince Alexander
of Battenburg (Prince of Bulgaria). Due to political pressure involving the British, Prussian and Russian Royal Families, Victoria was forced to
give up hope of marrying Prince Alexander.
Adolf was for a short time Regent of Lippe (1895-1897) which he assumed by force with the support Emperor Wilhelm of Germany. He was eventually forced to surrender the regency following a ruling by a tribunal of Arbitration presided over by King Albert of Saxony.
The cause of the Regency was the death of Waldemar, Prince of Lippe (Lippe-Detmold) (1824-1895) who in name was succeeded by his brother Alexander (1831-1905). Alexander suffered from a mental illness necessitating a Regency to exercise power on his behalf.
|11.215 - QVD||Princess||Victoria "Moretta" of Prussia||1866||1929||Alexander Zoubkoff||1900||1936||Victoria's marriage to Alexander Zoubkoff in 1927 was frowned upon by her family and two years later she died deserted, penniless and alone.
Alexander Zoubkoff didn't fare any better after Victoria's death because he also died in abject poverty in Luxemburg.
|11.216 - QVD||Prince||Waldemar of Prussia||1868||1879||Waldemar died from diphtheria.|
|11.217 - QVD||Princess||Sophie of Prussia||1870||1932||King||Constantine "Tino" I of the Hellenes||1868||1923||See
16.1 - King Constantine left Greece on 11 June 1917 after an ultimatum issued by France and nominated his second son Alexander as his successor. His first son Georg was considered pro-German and was not acceptable to the French. Constantine returned to the throne on 17 December 1920 following the death of Alexander. Constantine was forced again to abdicate in 22 September 1922 in favour of his first son Georg.
A report on the death of Ex-Queen Sophie.
|11.218 - QVD||Princess||Margarete "Mossy" of Prussia||1872||1954||Landgrave||Friedrich Karl of Hesse-Cassel||1868||1940||See
45.4145 - 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
|11.22||Princess||Luise of Prussia||1838||1923||Grand Duke||Friedrich I of Baden||1826||1907||See
A report on the wedding of Prince Luise and Grand Duke Friedrich.
A sensation caused in Germany when the Czar of Russia declined to meet Grand Friedrich I.
A report on the death of Princess (Grand Duchess) Luise, interesting to note that she was 84 years of age at the time of her death and the oldest member of European royalty.
Grand Duchess Luise was the mother-in-law of King Gustaf V of Sweden and he along with her son Grand Duke Friedrich II of BadenGrand Duke Friedrich II of Baden were both detained for several hours by the French military, authorities on the occasion of the funeral of the Grand Duchess.
The New York Times report on the death of Grand Duke Friedrich I
|11.3||Princess||Charlotte of Prussia||1798||1860||Emperor||Nicholas I of all the Russias||1796||1855||See
4.9 - Charlotte took the name "Alexandra Feodorovna" on her marriage.
A short report on the death of Charlotte (you will need to scroll through the page to locate the article).
The New York Times report on the death of Emperor Nicholas.
|11.4||Princess||Friederike Auguste of Prussia||1799||1800|
|11.5||Prince||Karl of Prussia||1801||1883||Princess||Marie Luise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1808||1877||See 27.22|
|11.51||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Prussia||1828||1885||Princess||Marie-Anne "Maianne" of Anhalt-Dessau||1837||1906||See
Friedrich Karl was of a brutal disposition who on finding his wife had given birth to a daughter hit her on the ear causing her a hearing impairment for the rest of her life.
However a report on the death of Friedrich Karl painted a somewhat different picture.
It was stated that Friedrich Karl's daughter Princess Luise Margarete, Duchess of Connaught was incensed about the obituary notices of her father's death which were published in some London papers. The obituary notices led credence to the fact Friedrich Karl was of a brutal disposition.
Brief report on the death of Marie-Anne.
|11.511||Princess||Marie of Prussia||1855||1888||Prince||Hendrik of the Netherlands||1820||1879||See
9.13 - The New York Times brief
obituary on Hendrik
What happened to Hendrik's last will and testament in favour of his wife Marie?
When Hendrik died it was thought he had one of the largest fortunes in Europe estimated at the time to be about £8.5 million.
|11.511||Princess||Marie of Prussia||1855||1888||Prince||Albert of Saxe-Altenburg||1843||1902||See 30.L5 - Marie died just 14 days after giving birth to her daughter also named Marie|
|11.512||Princess||Elisabeth of Prussia||1857||1895||Grand Duke||Friedrich August of Oldenburg||1852||1931||See
31.131 - Friedrich abdicated his throne on 11 November 1918.
Princess Elisabeth married on 18 February 1878 the then Hereditary Grand Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg at a double wedding with her second cousin Princess Charlotte of Prussia to Prince (later Duke) of Bernard of Saxe-Menninger
|11.513||Princess||Anne Viktoria of Prussia||1858||1858|
|11.514||Princess||Luise Margarete of Prussia||1860||1917||Prince||Arthur of Great Britain (1st Duke of Connaught)||1850||1942||See
Prince Arthur met his future wife Luise Margarete whilst attending the marriage on 18 February 1878 of Luise's sister Princess Elisabeth to the then Hereditary Grand Duke Friedrich August of Oldenburg (in fact it was a double wedding because Arthur's niece Princess Charlotte of Prussia was marrying Prince (later Duke) of Bernard of Saxe-Meiningen).
Arthur and Luise Margarete were married in St George's Chapel, Windsor on 13 March 1879.
Princess Luise died from bronchial pneumonia
|11.515||Prince||Friedrich Leopold of Prussia||1865||1931||Princess||Luise Sophie of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg||1866||1952||See 36.256|
|11.5151||Princess||Viktoria Margarete of Prussia||1890||1923||Prince||Henry XXXIII Reuss-Köstritz||1879||1942||See 27.2422 - A short report on the intended marriage of Heinrich XXXIII and Viktoria Margarete with an explanation of the numbering system of the Heinrichs' in the House of Reuss.|
|11.5152||Prince||Friedrich Sigismund of Prussia||1891||1927||Princess||Marie Luise of Schaumburg-Lippe||1897||1938||See 43.731 - Prince Friedrich died in a riding accident in Lucerne. He was taking part in the "Concourse Hippique" and during a practice on 5 July 1927 he was thrown at a jump and his foot was caught in a stirrup, before he was able to release himself the horse had trodden on his chest causing serious injuries. He was taken to a hospital in Lucerne where he died the following day.|
|11.51521||Princess||Luise Viktoria of Prussia||1917||2009||Hans Reinhold||1917||2002||Princess Luise was the last member of the house of Hohenzollern born in the reign of Emperor Wilhelms II.|
|11.515211||Manfred Reinhold||1943||Susan Macovsky||1945||New York Times brief report on the wedding of Manfred Reinhold and Susan Macovsky|
|11.51522||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Prussia||1919||2006||Lady||Hermione Stuart||1925||1969||Lady Hermione was the daughter of Archibald John Morton Stuart, 19th Earl of Moray (1894-1974). The Earls of Moray descend from James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray (1531–1570) illegitimate son of King James V of Scotland.|
|11.51522||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Prussia||1919||2006||Adelheid von Bockum genannt Dolffs||1943|
|11.5153||Prince||Friedrich Karl of Prussia||1893||1917||Prince Friedrich Karl was killed in action in St.Bouvray.
On 21 March 1917 (*** please note the article mentions Friedrich Karl died the same day, which is erroneous *** ) he was forced by fire from allied planes to land his plane close to where Australian troops were in trenches near to the German lines. He was slightly wounded and in trying to run to the German lines he was shot and seriously wounded in the spine by the Australians and remained in captivity until his death from injuries on 6 April 1917.
There was a possibility that Friedrich Karl remains could be returned to Germany in exchange for the remains of the executed British Nurse Edith Cavell. This possibility didn't materialise.
Friedrich Karl riding his horse Gibson Boy was a member of the German equestrian/jumping team which won the bronze medal in the 1912 Stockholm Olympics - shown under Friedrich Karl von Preussen.
|11.5154||Prince||Friedrich Leopold of Prussia||1895||1959||An interesting account of how Wilhelm II of Prussia (German Emperor) had won a court case to place Friedrich Leopold under restraint due to his excessive spending.|
|11.52||Princess||Marie Luise of Prussia||1829||1901||Landgrave||Alexis of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld||1828||1905|
|11.53||Princess||Anne of Prussia||1836||1918||Landgrave||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel||1820||1884||See 45.414 - 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.|
|11.6||Princess||Alexandrine of Prussia||1803||1892||Grand Duke||Paul Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1800||1842||See 23.11|
|11.7||Prince||Ferdinand Friedrich of Prussia||1804||1806|
|11.8||Princess||Luise of Prussia||1808||1870||Prince||Frederik of the Netherlands||1797||1881||See 9.2|
|11.9||Prince||Albrecht of Prussia||1809||1872||Princess||Marianne of the Netherlands||1810||1883||See
9.4 - Marianne bought the beautiful Villa Sommariva (on Lake Como) in 1843 and gave it as a wedding present in 1850 to her daughter Princess Charlotte on her marriage to Duke Georg II of Saxe-Meiningen. The Villa was renamed
in memory of Princess Charlotte who died in childbirth in 1855. The Villa was passed through Marianne's Saxe-Meiningen descendants until 1927 when it was brought under Italian control by the Ente Villa Carlotta, a foundation especially constituted by Italian royal decree on 12 May 1927.
It was reported in 1849 that Prince Albrecht was granted a divorce from Princess Marianne on the ground of "insurmountable antipathy". The report is on page 3 of the Newspaper.
|11.9||Prince||Albrecht of Prussia||1809||1872||Rosalie von Rauch||1820||1879||Rosalie was created Countess von Hohenau on 28 May 1853.
An interesting Web Page regarding Prince Albrecht and Rosalie von Rauch
|11.91||Princess||Charlotte of Prussia||1831||1855||Duke||Georg II of Saxe-Meiningen||1826||1914||See
29.31 - A brief report on the wedding of
George and Charlotte.
Charlotte died either during childbirth or a day after giving birth to her son who himself only lived for one day.
Charlotte's mother, born Princess Marianne of the Netherlands bought the Villa Sommariva (on Lake Como) in 1843 and gave it as a wedding present in 1850 to Princess Charlotte on her marriage to Duke Georg II of Saxe-Meiningen. The Villa Sommariva was renamed Villa Carlotta in memory of Charlotte.
|11.92||Prince||Albrecht of Prussia||1837||1906||Princess||Marie of Saxe-Altenburg||1854||1898||See 30.911 - Albrecht was Prince Regent of Brunswick 1885 to 1906, and was succeeded as Prince Regent by Duke Johann Albrecht of Mecklenburg-Schwerin|
|11.921||Prince||Friedrich Heinrich of Prussia||1874||1940||Prince Friedrich Heinrich in 1907 was reported to be in disgrace due to being addicted to certain practices of a perverse character (don't ask me what pratices).
It was further reported in 1910 that Friedrich Heinrich had become a monk.
|11.922||Prince||Joachim Albrecht of Prussia||1876||1939||Marie Blich-Sulzer||1872||1919||The intended marriage of Joachim Albrecht to Marie Blich-Sulzer made
headlines in 1906.
As a result of the intended marriage, Joachim Albrecht was ordered by his second cousin the Kaiser to join a field force in German South-West Africa. Also Joachim's father Prince Albrecht of Prussia had changed his will so that Joachim only inherited £750,000 instead of £1,500,000 on the death of Albrecht in 1906.
It was reported in 1908 that Joachim Albrecht continued his liaison with Marie in defiance of the Kaiser (Wilhelm II of Prussia) and as a consequence he was dismissed from the army.
If this wasn't enough scandal, Marie Blich-Sulzer went through a sham (but legal) marriage on 9 May 1906 with Baron Victor Julius von Liebenberg in a Lambeth (London) registry office. Baron von Liebenberg was to be paid for the marriage with a planned divorce to follow afterwards, apparently Marie left her new husband as soon as she came out of the registry office. This sham marriage was to enable Marie to be ennobled hoping this would pave the way for her to marry Prince Joachim.
Marriage registration of Marie Sulzer and Baron Victor Julius von Liebenberg.
Joachim Albrecht and Marie were finally married on 3 September 1919 (according to AN ONLINE GOTHA) but Marie died shortly afterwards on 9 November 1919.
It was reported that Prince Joachim Albrecht had died mysteriously at his home the day after secret police had visited it.
|11.922||Prince||Joachim Albrecht of Prussia||1876||1939||Karoline Kornelia Stockhammer||1891||1952|
|11.923||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia||1880||1925||Princess||Agathe von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1888||1960||See 32.8323|
|11.9231||Princess||Marie Therese of Prussia||1911||2005||Rudolf Hug||1885||1972|
|11.9232||Princess||Luise Henriette of Prussia||1912||1973||Wilhelm Schmalz||1901||1983|
|11.9233||Princess||Marianne Cecilie of Prussia||1913||1983||Prince||Wilhelm of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld||1905||1942||Wilhelm was killed in action Gor, Russia|
|11.9234||Princess||Elisabeth Auguste of Prussia||1919||1961||Heinz Mees||1918||1994|
|11.93||Princess||Elisabeth of Prussia||1840||1840|
|11.94||Princess||Alexandrine "Addy" of Prussia||1842||1906||Duke||Wilhelm of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1827||1879||See 23.113|
|11.95||Count||Wilhelm von Hohenau||1854||1930||Baroness||Laura Saurma von der Jeltsch||1857||1884|
|11.95||Count||Wilhelm von Hohenau||1854||1930||Princess||Margarethe zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1865||1940||See 22.323J|
|11.951||Countess||Maria Elisabeth von Hohenau||1879||1956||Count||Eberhard von Matuschka||1870||1920|
|11.952||Countess||Marie Rosalie von Hohenau||1880||?|
|11.953||Countess||Maria Viktoria von Hohenau||1889||1934||Baron||Hans Karl von Dörnberg||1875||1924||Baron Hans Karl von Dörnberg was secondly married to Princess Imma of Erbach-Schönberg|
|11.954||Count||Friedrich Wilhelm von Hohenau||1890||1918||Friedrich was killed in action in Darewet, Russia|
|11.96||Count||Friedrich von Hohenau||1857||1914||Charlotte von der Decken||1863||1933|