|27||Duke||Carl August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1757||1828||Landgravine||Luise of Hesse-Darmstadt||1757||1830||Carl August received the title Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach on 21 April 1815. Luise was a sister to Grand Duke Ludwig II of Hesse and by Rhine and Landgravine Wilhelmine of Hesse-Darmstadt|
|27.1||Princess||Luise Auguste of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1779||1784|
|27.2||Grand Duke||Carl Friedrich of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1783||1853||Grand Duchess||Maria of Russia||1786||1859||See 4.5|
|27.21||Prince||Paul Alexander "Carl" of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1805||1806|
|27.22||Princess||Marie Luise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1808||1877||Prince||Karl of Prussia||1801||1883||See 11.5|
|27.23||Princess||Auguste of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1811||1890||King||Wilhelm I of Prussia||1797||1888||See
11.2 - 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
|27.24||Grand Duke||Carl Alexander of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1818||1901||Princess||Sophia of the Netherlands||1824||1897||See
9.15 - Carl Alexander and Sophia were first cousins, their mothers were daughters of
Emperor Paul I of all the Russias
Report on the death of Grand Duke Carl Alexander
|27.241||Hereditary Grand Duke||Carl August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1844||1894||Princess||Pauline of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1852||1904||See
Carl August was at one time third in line to the throne of Holland. His mother Sophia of the Netherlands was second in line after her niece Wilhelmina (who eventual succeeded as Queen of the Netherlands).
Report on the death of Hereditary Grand Duke Carl August
|27.2411||Grand Duke||Wilhelm Ernst of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1876||1923||Princess||Karoline Reuss-Greiz||1884||1905||See
43.154 - Wilhelm Ernst who succeeded his grandfather Carl Alexander lost his throne on 9 November 1918. He was known to be a sadist and on the day of his abdication was advised he was the "most unpopular prince in Germany". The early death of Karoline is shrouded in some mystery, some sources say she died in childbirth and other say she took her own life.
It was also mentioned in a newspaper article dated 25 April 1903 that Princess Beatrice of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) was likely to be the wife of Wilhelm Ernst, obviously this was way off target since Wilhelm Ernst married Karoline Reuss-Greiz shortly afterwards on 30 April 1903.
Wilhelm Ernst and Karoline were married on 30 April 1903 but a couple of months later it was being reported in Newspapers that Karoline had run away from her husband to escape the tyranny of her surroundings in the Royal Palace.She died on 17 January 1905 at the young age of twenty years.
As an aside in 1902 it was reported that Wilhelm Ernst was next in line to succeed to the Throne of the Netherlands should Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands die without having any issue. A somewhat complex process but Wilhelm Ernst would have succeeded to the throne via his mother Princess Sophia of the Netherlands being at that time the closest relative (i.e. sister) to the last deceased King of the Netherlands, namely King Willem III.
|27.2411||Grand Duke||Wilhelm Ernst of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1876||1923||Princess||Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen||1890||1972||See
29.3161 - Wilhelm Ernst who succeeded his grandfather Carl Alexander lost his throne on 9 November 1918. He was known to be a sadist and on the day of his abdication was advised he was the "most unpopular prince in Germany".
The New York Times reported that Kaiser Wilhelm II has absolutely declined to recognize the marriage of the Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst (of Saxe-Weimar) with Princess Feodora (of Saxe-Meiningen).
An unusual article on the imprisonment by Wilhelm Ernst of his 3rd cousin Grand Duke Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Some of the finer details seem suspect
|27.24111||Princess||Sophie-Louise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1911||1988||Prince||Friedrich Gunther of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt||1901||1971||See 24.73363 - The death of Prince Friedrich brought an end to the Princely House of Schwarzburg|
|27.24112||Hereditary Grand Duke||Karl-August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1912||1988||Baroness||Elisabeth von Wangenheim-Winterstein||1912||2010|
|27.241121||Princess||Elisabeth of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1945||Mindert Diderick de Kant||1934|
|27.241122||Prince||Michael-Benedict of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1946||Renate Henkel||1947||Prince Michael-Benedict is the present Head of the Princely House of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach|
|27.241122||Prince||Michael-Benedict of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1946||Dagmar Hennings||1948||Prince Michael-Benedict is the present Head of the Princely House of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Marriage Registration of Prince Michael-Benedict of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Dagmar Hennings. For some unknown reason Dagmar's surname is shown as Kohler in the Index, I'm trying to ascertain the reason for change in surname..Was she married previously (Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels (GHdA) for 2004 suggests Dagmar was previously married and divorced but no actual details)??
|27.2411221||Princess||Leonie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1986|
|27.241123||Princess||Beatrice-Maria of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1948||Martin Charles Davidson||1940||Birth Registration of
Martin Charles Davidson .
Marriage Registration of Princess Beatrice-Maria of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Martin Charles Davidson
|27.24113||Prince||Bernard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1917||1986||Princess||Felicitas of Salm-Horstmar||1920|
|27.241131||Princess||Katharina of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1943||Prince||Emanuel Joseph of Hohenzollern||1929||1999||See 6.1134|
|27.241132||Prince||Alexander of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1945||1945||Alexander unfortunately only lived for six weeks|
|27.241133||Prince||Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1946||Eva Katalin (Katharina) Kovarcz||1945||Eva Katalin married secondly Prince Carl Friedrich of Wrede|
|27.2411331||Princess||Desiree of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1974||Count||Florian von Hoensbroech||1969||See 20.383536|
|27.2411332||Prince||Georg-Constantin of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1977||2018||Olivia Rachelle Page||1979||Prince Georg-Constantin was killed in a riding accident at Apethorpe Palace, Northamptonshire.|
|27.24114||Prince||Georg of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1921||2011||Gisela Janisch||1930||1989||Prince Georg renounced his rights to Saxe-Weimar on 22 January 1953 and assumed the name Jorg Brena|
|27.241142||Adelheid-Cornelie Brena||1955||Thomas August Landsberg||1945||2010|
|27.241142||Adelheid-Cornelie Brena||1955||Dietmar Berron||1956|
|27.241142||Adelheid-Cornelie Brena||1955||William Diaz Cespedes||1965|
|27.241143||Isobel Madeleine Brena||1959|
|27.2412||Prince||Bernard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1878||1900|
|27.242||Princess||Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1849||1922||Prince||Heinrich VII Reuss-Köstritz||1825||1906||Heinrich VII in 1877 was appointed the first imperial ambassador to Constantinople. The article referring to the appointment also describes the intricacies of the numbering system of the various branches of the Reuss family.|
|27.2421||Prince||Heinrich XXXII Reuss-Köstritz||1878||1935||Princess||Marie Adelheid of Lippe||1895||1993||Princess Marie Adelheid and Prince Heinrich XXXII were married on 19 May 1920 and divorced about 9 months later on 18 February 1921. Princess Marie Adelheid then married secondly Prince Heinrich XXXII's younger brother
Prince Heinrich XXXV on 12 April 1921 and they were divorced on 23 June 1923.
Wow, strange circumstances!
Princess Marie's father was Prince Rudolf of Lippe-Biesterfeld (1856-1931) whose brother Count Ernst II of Lippe-Biesterfeld (1842-1904) was a grandfather of Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld (1911-2004).
Heinrich XXXII acquired an academical qualificationa for a commercial career.
|27.2422||Prince||Heinrich XXXIII Reuss-Köstritz||1879||1942||Princess||Viktoria Margarete of Prussia||1890||1923||See 11.5151 - 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.|
|27.2422||Prince||Heinrich XXXIII Reuss-Köstritz||1879||1942||Allene Tew||1876||1955||
Allene Tew (Tew was her maiden name) was firstly married to
Theodore Hostetter (who was a noted gambler of
She married secondly Morton Colton Nichols, In 1905 whilst married to Morton she commissioned C.P.H. Gilbert (a famous architect of the day) to design her New York residence at 57 East 64 Street which was on sale at $28 million.
She thirdly married Anson Wood Burchard (who was most anxious to get married).
She fourthly married Prince Heinrich XXXIII.
And finally for the last and fifth time she married Count Paul Kotzebue.
Marriage Registration of Allene Tew and Anson Wood Burchard
Allene Tew via marriage was a sort of Aunt to Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld (1911-2004) who during his early life in Paris lived at the home of Allene and her husband Count Paul Kotzebue. Allene was one of the five godparents of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
|27.24221||Princess||Marie Luise Reuss-Köstritz||1915||1985||Eric Theisen||1905||1954|
|27.24221||Princess||Marie Luise Reuss-Köstritz||1915||1985||Alexander Bodey||1920|
|27.24222||Prince||Heinrich II Reuss-Köstritz||1916||1993|
|27.2424||Princess||Sophie Renate Reuss-Köstritz||1884||1968||Prince||Heinrich XXXIV Reuss-Köstritz||1887||1956||Princess Sophie's father (Heinrich VII 1825-1906) and Prince Heinrich's XXXIV grandfather (Heinrich XII 1829-1866) were brothers|
|27.24241||Prince||Heinrich I Reuss-Köstritz||1910||1982||Duchess||Woizlawa Feodora of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1918||2019;||See 23.111J1 - Heinrich I was adopted on 19 January 1935 by Hereditary Prince Heinrich XLV Reuss-Schleiz (1895-1945)|
|27.242411||Princess||Feodora Reuss-Köstritz||1942||Count||Gisbert of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1942||See 5.141513|
|27.242412||Prince||Heinrich VIII Reuss-Köstritz||1944||Baroness||Dorit von Ruffin||1948|
|27.2424121||Prince||Heinrich XX Reuss-Köstritz||1975|
|27.2424122||Prince||Heinrich XXIII Reuss-Köstritz||1979|
|27.242413||Prince||Heinrich IX Reuss-Köstritz||1947||Baroness||Amelie Besserer von Thalfingen||1959|
|27.2424131||Princess||Johanna Woizlawa Reuss-Köstritz||1985|
|27.2424132||Prince||Heinrich XXVI Reuss-Köstritz||1988||Isabelle Anna Frampton||1989|
|27.242414||Prince||Heinrich X Reuss-Köstritz||1948||Baroness||Elisabeth Akerhielm af Margarethelund||1946|
|27.242414||Prince||Heinrich X Reuss-Köstritz||1948||Countess||Antoinette von Arnim||1949|
|27.2424141||Princess||Benigna Cecilia Reuss-Köstritz||1980||Óscar de Ascoz y Planes||?||A brief report on the wedding of
Benigna and Óscar.
A photograph of the happy couple at their wedding.
|27.2424142||Prince||Heinrich XXIV Reuss-Köstritz||1984||Countess||Dorothea zu Castell-Castell||1985||See 42.62142|
|27.242415||Prince||Heinrich XIII Reuss-Köstritz||1951||Susan Doukht Jalali||1956|
|27.2424151||Princess||Elena Paria Reuss-Köstritz||1989|
|27.2424152||Prince||Heinrich XXVIII Reuss-Köstritz||1991|
|27.242416||Prince||Heinrich XV Reuss-Köstritz||1956||Arya Charlotte Nooth-Cooper||1965||Birth registration of Arya Charlotte Nooth-Cooper|
|27.2424161||Prince||Heinrich XXX Reuss-Köstritz||1999|
|27.24242||Princess||Felizitas Reuss-Köstritz||1914||1989||Prince||Otto Friedrich of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach (3rd Prince of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach)||1904||1990||Otto Friedrich was adopted by his distant cousin Carl Gustav (1875-1941) (6 th Prince of Isenburg and Büdingen in Büdingen) in 1936. Following the death of Carl Gustav in 1941 resulting in the extinction of the Isenburg and Büdingen in Büdingen line, the title Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach was shortened to Isenburg and Büdingen.|
|27.242421||Prince||Wolfgang-Ernst of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach (4th Prince of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach)||1936||Princess||Leonille of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg||1941|
|27.2424211||Hereditary Prince||Casimir-Alexander Lucian of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1967||Countess||Alexandra von Bernstorff||1977|
|27.2424212||Prince||Ferdinand-Maximilian Philipp of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1969||Sophie de Bois||1970|
|27.24242121||Princess||Madeleine Felizitas of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||2004|
|27.24242122||Prince||Tassilo-Alexander of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||2006|
|27.2424213||Princess||Felizitas-Magdalena of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1980||Michael Max Senfft von Pilsach||?|
|27.242422||Princess||Sophie "Alexandra" of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1937||2015||Prince||Welf Heinrich of Hanover (Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg)||1923||1997||See 25.1165|
|27.242423||Prince||Ferdinand-Heinrich of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1940||1989||Princess||Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1945||See 35.4541|
|27.2424231||Prince||Johann (Hans) - Georg of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1976||Stefanie Bittner||1977|
|27.2424232||Prince||Ludwig-Ferdinand of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1979||Chantal Toelle||1975||A brief report on the wedding of Ludwig-Ferdinand and Chantal|
|27.242424||Prince||Christian-Albrecht of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1943||2003||Baroness||Monika von Plessen||1940||Monika von Plessen via her mother Marie Immaculata von Wuthenau-Hohenthurm is a g granddaughter of Countess Pauline of Württemberg (1836-1911 )|
|27.2424241||Princess||Margita Octavia of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1966|
|27.2424242||Prince||Johann Albrecht Philipp of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1968||Alexandra Pohle||1967|
|27.24242421||Princess||Donatus of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||2000|
|27.24242422||Prince||Johann Philipp of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||2002|
|27.2424243||Princess||Donata Elisabeth of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1970|
|27.242425||Prince||Johann-Ernst Friedrich of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1949||Countess||Hemma-Christiane von Goëß||1957|
|27.2424251||Prince||Friedrich-Leopold of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1983|
|27.2424252||Princess||Dorothea Cecilie of Isenburg and Büdingen in Wachtersbach||1986|
|27.24243||Prince||Heinrich III Reuss-Köstritz||1919||1993||Baroness||Franziska Mayr von Melnhof||1919||1964|
|27.24243||Prince||Heinrich III Reuss-Köstritz||1919||1993||Countess||Odylia of Castell-Castell||1939||Odylia is the granddaughter of Friedrich Carl, 1st Prince of Castell-Castell (1864-1923) created on 7 March 1901|
|27.242431||Princess||Antoinette Maria Reuss-Köstritz||1945||Otto Vogl||1932|
|27.242431||Princess||Antoinette Maria Reuss-Köstritz||1945||Peter Michael de Scheel||1946|
|27.242432||Princess||Felizitas Maria Reuss-Köstritz||1946||Prince||Christian Peter of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg||1940|
|27.242432||Princess||Felizitas Maria Reuss-Köstritz||1946||Count||Franz Clemens von Schönborn-Wiesentheid||1939|
|27.242433||Prince||Heinrich XII Reuss-Köstritz||1950||Countess||Henriette von Meran||1951||Countess Henriette is a direct descendant via her father of Archduke Johann Baptist of Austria (1782-1859) (ninth son of Roman Emperor Leopold II) and his morganatic wife Anna Maria Plochl (1804-1885) (created Countess von Meran) . The descendants of Johann and his wife Anna Maria bear the title Count/Countess von Meran.|
|27.242433||Prince||Heinrich XII Reuss-Köstritz||1950||Countess||Henriette von Seilern und Aspang||1961|
|27.242434||Prince||Heinrich XVII Reuss-Köstritz||1968||Letizia Hoffmann||1969|
|27.2425||Prince||Heinrich XXXV Reuss-Köstritz||1887||1936||Princess||Maria of Saxe-Altenburg||1888||1947||See 30.L52|
|27.2425||Prince||Heinrich XXXV Reuss-Köstritz||1887||1936||Princess||Marie Adelheid of Lippe||1895||1993||Princess Marie Adelheid married firstly Prince Heinrich XXXV's brother Prince Heinrich XXXII|
|27.24251||Princess||Marie Helene Reuss-Köstritz||1912||1933|
|27.24252||Prince||Heinrich V Reuss-Köstritz||1921||1980||Ingrid Jobst||1936||1991|
|27.242521||Princess||Alexandra Reuss-Köstritz||1963||Count||Franz Eberhard zu Erbach-Erbach||1958||See 42.6112|
|27.242522||Prince||Heinrich XXVII Ico Reuss-Köstritz||1964||Baroness||Corinna von Elmendorff||1967|
|27.242523||Princess||Caroline Marie Reuss-Köstritz||1968|
|27.243||Princess||Anne of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1851||1859|
|27.244||Princess||Elisabeth of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1854||1908||Duke||Johann Albrecht of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1857||1920||See
23.1115 - 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.
A short article surrounding the election of Johann Albrecht as Regent.
|27.3||Princess||Caroline Luise of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1786||1816||Hereditary Grand Duke||Friedrich Ludwig of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1778||1819||See 23.1|
|27.4||Prince||Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1792||1862||Princess||Ida of Saxe-Meiningen||1794||1852||See 29.2|
|27.41||Princess||Luise Wilhelmine Adelheid of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1817||1832||Princess Luise died in Windsor Castle on 11 July 1832 and is buried in St George’s Chapel Windsor. A report on the death of Princess Luise.|
|27.42||Prince||Wilhelm Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1819||1839|
|27.43||Princess||Amalie Auguste of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1822||1822|
|27.44||Prince||Wilhelm August "Edward" of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1823||1902||Lady||Augusta Gordon-Lennox||1827||1904||Prince Wilhelm (William) who was born in Bushy House (home of his mother's sister Adelaide wife of the future King William IV of the United Kingdom. Prince Wilhelm (William) served most of his life in the British Army culminating in his promotion to Field Marshall in 1897.
Augusta Gordon-Lennox was a daughter of the 5th duke of Richmond and Gordon.
Marriage registration of Prince Wilhelm August "Edward" of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.
Marriage registration of Lady Augusta Gordon-Lennox
Details on the wedding of Prince Edward and Lady Augusta, It may be of interest to note that the Hon. and Rev. John Horatio Nelson assisted in the wedding ceremony, John Horatio Nelson's grandmother Susannah Nelson was a sister to the famous Admiral Horatio Nelson.
Death Registration of Prince Wilhelm August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
Death Registration of Princess Augusta (born Lady Augusta Gordon-Lennox).
New York Times Report on the death of Prince Wilhelm August "Edward" of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
|27.45||Prince||Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1825||1901||Princess||Auguste of Württemberg||1826||1898||See 22.115|
|27.451||Princess||Pauline of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1852||1904||Hereditary Grand Duke||Carl August of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1844||1894||See 27.241|
|27.452||Prince||Wilhelm Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1853||1924||Princess||Gerta zu Isenburg-Büdingen in Wächtersbach||1863||1945|
|27.4521||Prince||Hermann Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1886||1964||Wanda Paola Lottero||1881||1963||Hermann Carl renounced his rights on 2 August 1909 (one month prior to his first marriage) and was created Count von Ostheim. Paolo (von Ostheim), sometimes described as Paolo, Princess of Saxe-Weimar, was thought to be the mistress of
King Constantine of the Hellenes and in 1925 she published
A King's Private Letters.
An unusual article on the imprisonment of Hermann by his 3rd cousin Grand Duke Wilhelm Ernst of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Some of the finer details seem suspect.
Marriage Registration of Herman Charles Ostheim (was Prince of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach) and Wanda Paola Lottero
A report on the marriage of Herman and Paola.
Death Registration of Herman Charles Ostheim
|27.4521||Prince||Hermann Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1886||1964||Suzanne Aagot Midling||1886||1931||An excellent article on Suzanne Aagot Midling written by Dag Hoelseth on his Blog.|
|27.4521||Prince||Hermann Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1886||1964||Isabel Nielson||1895||1981|
|27.4522||Prince||Albert Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1886||1918||Albert Wilhelm was killed in action in France|
|27.4523||Princess||Sophie Auguste of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1888||1913||Princess Sophie
having shot herself through her forehead. In all probability the suicide of the Princess was linked to her love for Hans von Bleichroeder whose family were Jewish bankers, the Grand Duke apparently wouldn't sanction the marriage unless the Princess gave up her titles.
A more detailed report of their love and Sophie's subsequent suicide was published shortly after her death.
As for Hans von Bleichroeder, he was killed in action in Warsaw in 1915. (This report quotes the name as Victor von Bleichroeder rather than Hans von Bleichroeder )
An alternative lover of Princess Sophie was reported to be Lieut. Edlar von Putlitz
A couple of weeks after Sophie's death a trial took place of a chauffeur who was alleged to be the driver of a motor car which killed a 12 year gypsy girl, his defence proved it was in fact the Princess who was at the wheel of the car. The chauffeur was acquitted.
Could this have been a contributory cause to the suicide of Princess Sophie?
|27.453||Prince||Bernhard Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1855||1907||Marie Luise Brockmüller||1866||1903||Bernhard Wilhelm renounced his rights on 24 May 1901 and was created Count von Crayenberg.
Marriage Registration of Prince Bernhard Wilhelm and Marie Luise Brockmüller (Marie Luise was the widow of Francesco, Marquis Lucchesini and hence is shown in the registration under surname Lucchesini)
|27.453||Prince||Bernhard Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1855||1907||Countess||Elisabeth von der Schulenburg||1869||1940|
|27.454||Prince||Alexander Wilhelm of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1857||1891|
|27.455||Prince||Ernst Carl of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1859||1909|
|27.456||Princess||Olga Maria of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1869||1924||Prince||Leopold Wolfgang zu Isenburg und Büdingen||1866||1933||See 20.3K1 - Leopold was Hereditary Prince and renounced his rights on 2 February 1898 in favour of his younger brother Franz Joseph (1869-1939)|
|27.46||Prince||Friedrich Gustav of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1827||1892||Pierina Marocchia Edle di Marcaini||1845||1879||Pierina was created Baron von Neuperg in 1872|
|27.47||Princess||Anna Amalia of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1828||1864|
|27.48||Princess||Amalie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1830||1872||Prince||Hendrik of the Netherlands||1820||1879||See 9.13|