|3||King||Carl XIV Johan of Sweden of Sweden (& Norway)||1763||1844||Eugénie Bernhardine Désirée Clary||1777||1860||Carl XIV Johan was born Jean Baptiste Bernadotte and a Marshall of France under Napoleon I and in 1810 was elected as the heir of King Carl XIII of Sweden (1748-1818), finally becoming King in 1818. Jean Baptiste was adopted in 1810 by King Carl XIII of Sweden.
Carl XIII had succeeded in 1809 his deposed nephew Gustaf IV Adolf of Sweden
The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840-1859) report on the death and times of Carl XIV Johan.
Eugénie Clary was briefly engaged to Napoleon Bonaparte whilst her older sister Julie Clary (1771-1845) married Napoleon's brother Joseph Bonaparte King of Naples and Sicily (1806-1808), and later King of Spain (1808-1813)
|3.1||King||Oscar I of Sweden (& Norway)||1799||1859||Princess||Josephine of Leuchtenberg||1807||1876||See
New York Times obituary on King Oscar I
|3.11||King||Carl XV of Sweden (& Norway)||1826||1872||Princess||Wilhelmina Frederika "Louise" of the Netherlands||1828||1871||See
New York Times obituary on King Carl XV
|3.111||Princess||Louise "Aunt Swan" of Sweden and Norway||1851||1926||King||Frederik VIII of Denmark||1843||1912||See
Frederick died in unfortunate circumstances. During an overnight stay in an hotel in Hamburg, on his way home from Nice where he had visited a health resort, he died all of a sudden during one of the anonymous, unaccompanied city walks that he had always enjoyed (one source mentions whilst visiting a house of ill repute). Only later was it realised the body was that of the King of Denmark.
A short obituary on Queen Louise
|3.112||Prince||Carl Oscar of Sweden (Duke of Sodermanland)||1852||1854|
|3.12||Prince||Gustaf of Sweden (Duke of Uppland)||1827||1852|
|3.13||King||Oscar II of Sweden (& Norway)||1829||1907||Princess||Sophia of Nassau||1836||1913||See
Oscar renounced the Norwegian throne on 26 October 1905 (some references show 7 June 1905, which apparently is when the Norwegian Parliament themselves deposed him of the Norwegian throne).
New York Times obituary on King Oscar II
A short obituary on Queen Sophia
|3.131||King||Gustaf V of Sweden||1858||1950||Princess||Viktoria of Baden||1862||1930||See 32.542- Viktoria being the great granddaughter of King Gustaf IV Adolf of Sweden (Vasa line) reunited the Vasa line of Sweden with the Bernadotte line|
|3.1311||King||Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden||1882||1973||Princess||Margaret "Daisy" of Connaught (and of Great Britain)||1882||1920||See
1.71 - Margaret, who had had ear trouble in January 1920 followed by chicken pox and in late April 1920 a severe chill, died on
died on 1 May 1920. At the time of her death she was expecting her sixth child in June.
Birth registration of Margaret
|3.1311||King||Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden||1882||1973||Lady||Louise Mountbatten||1889||1965||See 5.1422 - Louise was Princess Louise of Battenberg until 1917 when the family name was changed to Mountbatten|
|3.13111 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Gustaf Adolf "Edmund" of Sweden (Duke of Vasterbotten)||1906||1947||Princess||Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1908||1972||See 1.822 - Gustaf was killed in an aeroplane accident Kastrup near Copenhagen, Denmark. He was returning to Stockholm from a visit to Princess (later Queen) Juliana and Prince Bernard of the Netherlands. All 22 people aboard the plane (16 passengers and six crew members) were killed when the plane crashed just after take-off from Kastrup Airport (now called Copenhagen Airport) following a routine stop|
|3.131111 - QVD||Princess||Margaretha of Sweden||1934||John Ambler||1924||2008||
A report on the wedding of Princess Margaretha and John Ambler.
A photograph of the married couple leaving the church.
Birth Registration of John Ambler
|3.1311111 - QVD||Sybilla Ambler||1965||Baron||Cornelius von Dincklage||1971|
|3.13111111 - QVD||Baroness||Madeleine von Dincklage||1999|
|3.13111112 - QVD||Baron||Sebastian von Dincklage||2000|
|3.1311112 - QVD||Charles Edward Ambler||1966||Helen Ross||1969|
|3.13111121 - QVD||Sienna Rose Ambler||2000|
|3.13111122 - QVD||India Tani Ambler||2003|
|3.1311113 - QVD||James Ambler||1969||Ursula Shipley||1965|
|3.13111131 - QVD||Lily Ambler||2003|
|3.13111132 - QVD||Oscar Rufus Ambler||2004|
|3.131112 - QVD||Princess||Birgitta of Sweden||1937||Prince||Johann Georg of Hohenzollern||1932||2016||See
6.1126 - A report on the intended civil (25 May 1961) and religious (30 May 1961)
marriage of Birgitta and Johann Georg.
A photograph of Birgitta and Johann Georg following their civil marriage.
A perhaps not too happy Princess at her religious ceremony of their wedding.
|3.131113 - QVD||Princess||Désirée of Sweden||1938||Baron||Niclas Silfverschiöld||1934||2017||Princess Désirée and Baron Niclas Silfverschiöld exchanging rings at their wedding.|
|3.1311131 - QVD||Baron||Carl Silfverschiöld||1965||Maria Fredrikson||1965|
|3.13111311 - QVD||Baroness||Anna Margareta Silfverschiöld||2006|
|3.1311132 - QVD||Baroness||Christina-Louise Silfverschiöld||1966||Baron||Hans De Geer af Finspång||1963|
|3.13111321 - QVD||Baroness||Estelle De Geer af Finspång||2000|
|3.13111322 - QVD||Baron||Ian Carl Gerard De Geer af Finspång||2002|
|3.13111323 - QVD||Baron||Fred Louis De Geer af Finspång||2004|
|3.1311133 - QVD||Baroness||Helene Silfverschiöld||1968|
|3.131114 - QVD||Princess||Christina of Sweden||1943||Tord Magnuson||1941||A very brief report on the wedding of Princess Christina and Tord Magnuson|
|3.1311141 - QVD||Gustaf Magnuson||1975||Vicky Andrén||1982|
|3.13111411 - QVD||Desirée Magnuson||2014|
|3.1311142 - QVD||Oscar Magnuson||1977||Emma Ledent||1981|
|3.13111421 - QVD||Albert Magnuson||2013|
|3.1311143 - QVD||Victor Magnuson||1980||Frida Bergström||1980|
|3.13111431 - QVD||Edmund Bengt Lennart Magnuson||2012||Edmund is the son of Victor Magnuson and Frida Bergström prior to their marriage|
|3.13111432 - QVD||Sigvard Magnuson||2015||Sigvard is the son of Victor Magnuson and Frida Bergström prior to their marriage|
|3.131115 - QVD||King||Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden||1946||Silvia Sommerlath||1943||The
Swedish Constitution was changed in 1980 to allow the first born to succeed to the Swedish Throne, hitherto succession was based on Salic Law. The change in the Constitution was retroactive enabling Carl XVI Gustaf's daughter Victoria to take the place of her younger brother Carl Philip as heir to the throne.
An announcement on the birth of Carl XVI Gustaf.
|3.1311151 - QVD||Crown Princess||Victoria of Sweden (Duchess of Vastergotland)||1977||Olof Daniel Westling||1973||The Swedish Court made the following statement on 1 June 2010.
At the Crown Princess' wedding on 19 June 2010, The King will announce that Mr Daniel Westling will be granted the title of Prince.
After the wedding, Mr Daniel Westling will be Prince of Sweden and a member of the Royal Family, i.e. he will receive the rank of Royal Highness. From then on he will be known as H.R.H. Prince Daniel. Mr Westling will also be made Duke of Västergötland in connection with the wedding, since H.R.H Crown Princess Victoria is Duchess of Västergötland.
|3.13111511 - QVD||Princess||Estelle of Sweden (Duchess of Östergötland)||2012|
|3.13111512 - QVD||Prince||Oscar Carl Olof of Sweden (Duke of Skåne)||2016|
|3.1311152 - QVD||Prince||Carl Philip of Sweden (Duke of Varmland)||1979||Sofia Hellqvist||1984||Carl Philip was Crown Prince of Sweden until 1 January 1980 when the succession law was changed. The succession law was retroactive and his elder sister Victoria became Crown Princess|
|3.13111521 - QVD||Prince||Alexander Erik of Sweden (Duke of Södermanland)||2016|
|3.13111522 - QVD||Prince||Gabriel Carl of Sweden (Duke of Dalarna)||2017|
|3.13111523 - QVD||Prince||Julian Herbert Folke of Sweden (Duke of Halland)||2021|
|3.1311153 - QVD||Princess||Madeleine of Sweden (Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland)||1982||Christopher Paul O'Neill||1974||Birth Registration of Christopher Paul O'Neill|
|3.13111531 - QVD||Princess||Leonore Lilian Maria of Sweden ( Duchess of Gotland)||2014||At a cabinet meeting held at on 26 February 2014 King Carl XVI Gustaf informed the Government that his granddaughter will be named Leonore Lilian Maria, with the given name Leonore with the title of Princess and assigned the Duchy of Gotland.|
|3.13111532 - QVD||Prince||Nicolas Paul Gustaf of Sweden (Duke of Ångermanland)||2015|
|3.13111533 - QVD||Princess||Adrienne Josephine Alice of Sweden (Duchess of Blekinge)||2018|
|3.13112 - QVD||Prince||Sigvard of Sweden (Duke of Uppland)||1907||2002||Erika Patzek||1911||2007|| Sigvard assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Sigvard Bernadotte of Wisborg (see
note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951.
Marriage Registration of Prince Sigvard and Erika Patzek
A short video clip of Sigvard and Erika's wedding at Caxton Hall, Westminster
An article on the forthcoming marriage of Sigvard and Erika
An interesting article from Dag Hoelseth's blog regarding the "Last resting place of Erica Bernadotte"
|3.13112 - QVD||Prince||Sigvard of Sweden (Duke of Uppland)||1907||2002||Sonja Robbert||1909||2004||Sigvard assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Sigvard Bernadotte of Wisborg
(see note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951
A brief report from The Milwaukee Journal - 20 October 1943 on the forthcoming marriage of Sigvard and Sonja
|3.13112 - QVD||Prince||Sigvard of Sweden (Duke of Uppland)||1907||2002||Marianne Lindberg||1924||A clever system called "InfoRapid Knowledge Portal" which has linked
Marianne Lindberg within the Swedish Royal family.
Sigvard assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Sigvard Bernadotte of Wisborg (see note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951.
|3.131121 - QVD||Count||Michael Bernadotte of Wisborg||1944||Christine Wellhofer||1947|
|3.1311211 - QVD||Countess||Kajsa Bernadotte of Wisborg||1980|
|3.13113 - QVD||Princess||Ingrid of Sweden||1910||2000||King||Frederik IX of Denmark||1899||1972||See
2.111 - An announcement on the engagement of
Ingrid and Frederik.
A brief report on the wedding of Ingrid and Frederik
|3.13114 - QVD||Prince||Bertil of Sweden (Duke of Halland)||1912||1997||Lilian Davies||1915||2013||Bertil's marriage to Lilian Davies was an exception to the rule in that he was not deprived of his title when he married. Bertil had known Lilian since 1943 and they lived discreetly together since 1946 but did not marry until thirty years later in 1976. Bertil choose not to marry Lilian at an earlier date since he would have been deprived of his title as happened with other Prince's of Sweden who married commoners.
Bertil's elder brother Hereditary Prince Gustaf Adolf ""Edmund"" of Sweden died in 1947 in an aeroplane accident and it was likely that Bertil would become Regent for his nephew Carl (born 1946 and future King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden) should Bertil's father King Gustaf VI Adolf (1882-1973) die. In the event King Gustaf VI Adolf lived long enough for his grandson to come of age when he succeeded as King of Sweden. Carl Gustaf having married a commoner himself (Silvia Renate Sommerlath) on 19 June 1976 approved Bertil's and Lilian's marriage and they were finally married on 7 December 1976.
Princess Lillian - Swansea's own Cinderella story.
Princess Lilian's real-life fairytale.
Birth Registration of Lilian Davies (note she was born with first name Lillian but later changed it to Lilian)."
Lilian was first married to Scottish actor Ivan Craig on 27 September 1940 and they divorced in 1947. The film credits of Ivan Craig can be seen here.
|3.13115 - QVD||Prince||Carl Johan of Sweden (Duke of Dalarna)||1916||2012||Kerstin Wijkmark||1910||1987||Prince Carl assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Carl Bernadotte of Wisborg (see note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951.
A photograph of Prince Carl and Kerstin just after their marriage. Another photograph of the couple at the swearing of their marriage licence.
|3.13115 - QVD||Prince||Carl Johan of Sweden (Duke of Dalarna)||1916||2012||Countess||Gunnila Martha Wachtmeister af Johannishus||1923||Prince Carl assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Carl Bernadotte of Wisborg (see
note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951.
Obituary of Count Carl Johan Bernadotte
|3.131151 - QVD||Countess||Monica Bernadotte||1948||Count||Johan Bonde af Björnö||1950||Countess Monica is the adopted daughter (adopted 1951) of Count Carl Bernadotte of Wisborg (was Prince Carl of Sweden) and his first wife Kerstin Wijkmark|
|3.1311511 - QVD||Countess||Ebba Bonde af Björnö||1980|
|3.1311512 - QVD||Countess||Marianne Bonde af Björnö||1982|
|3.1311513 - QVD||Count||Carl Johan Bonde af Björnö||1984|
|3.131152 - QVD||Count||Christian Bernadotte||1949||Marianne Jenny||1958||Count Christian is the adopted son (adopted 1950) of Count Carl Bernadotte of Wisborg (was Prince Carl of Sweden) and his first wife Kerstin Wijkmark|
|3.1311521 - QVD||Christina Bernadotte||1983|
|3.1311522 - QVD||Richard Bernadotte||1985|
|3.1311523 - QVD||Philip Bernadotte||1988|
|3.13116 - QVD||Stillborn Daughter (daughter of Lady Louise Mountbatten and King Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden)||1925||1925|
|3.1312||Prince||Wilhelm of Sweden (Duke of Södermanland)||1884||1965||Grand Duchess||Maria of Russia||1890||1958||See
4.9181 - Report on the wedding of Grand Duchess Maria and Prince Wilhelm.
Marie left her husband about five years after their marriage in part due to the dullness of the Swedish Court.
|3.13121||Prince||Lennart of Sweden (Duke of Smaland)||1909||2004||Karin Nissvandt||1911||1991||Prince Lennart assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Lennart Bernadotte of Wisborg (see
note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951.
Lennart and Karin were married in a simple ceremony in a West-End registry office in London and apparently his mother Grand Duchess Maria was not invited.
A photograph of Lennart and Karin and her mother possible shortly after their marriage.
A later photograph in 1934 of Lennart and Karin with their year old daughter Birgitta on their estate on the island of Mainau in Lake Constance, Germany.
Marriage Registration of Prince Lennart and Karin Nissvandt
|3.13121||Prince||Lennart of Sweden (Duke of Smaland)||1909||2004||Sonja Anita Maria Haunz||1944||2008||Prince Lennart assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Count Lennart Bernadotte of Wisborg (see note below) by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemburg on 2 July 1951|
|3.131211||Countess||Birgitta Bernadotte of Wisborg||1933||Friedrich Otto Straehl||1922||2011|
|3.131212||Countess||Maria Louise Bernadotte of Wisborg||1935||1988||Rudolf Adolf Kautz||1930|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Gunilla Stampe||1941||2010|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Anna Skarne||1944|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Annegret Thomssen||1938|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Marita-Else Berg||1953||2001|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Gabrielle Kick||1949|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Christiane Grandmontagne||1944||Christiane Grandmontagne has a natural daughter by Prince Christian Sigismund of Prussia. Christiane was engaged to marry Christian Sigismund but his parents were against it because she was not noble.|
|3.131213||Count||Carl-Johan "Jan" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1941||2021||Gunilla Stenfors||1957|
|3.131214||Countess||Cecilia "Cia" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1944||Hans Jorg Baenkler||1939|
|3.131214||Countess||Cecilia "Cia" Bernadotte of Wisborg||1944||Bjorn Brodin||?|
|3.131215||Countess||Bettina Bernadotte of Wisborg||1974||Philipp Haug||1972|
|3.131216||Count||Bjorn Bernadotte of Wisborg||1975||Sandra Angerer||1977|
|3.131217||Countess||Catherine Bernadotte of Wisborg||1977||Romuald Ruffing||1966|
|3.131218||Count||Christian Wolfgang Bernadotte of Wisborg||1979||Christine Stoltmann||1977|
|3.131219||Countess||Diana Bernadotte of Wisborg||1982||Bernd Grawe||1966|
|3.131219||Countess||Diana Bernadotte of Wisborg||1982||Stefan Dedek||1989?|
|3.1313||Prince||Eric of Sweden (Duke of Vastmanland)||1889||1918||Eric was an epileptic from birth and died of pneumonia which developed from Spanish influenza. (Secondary source The European Royal History Journal Issue XIX Page 8)|
|3.132||Prince||Oscar of Sweden (Duke of Gotland)||1859||1953||Ebba Henrietta Munck af Fulkila||1858||1946||Prince Oscar assumed with Royal authorisation the title of Prince Bernadotte in 1888 and was created Count Oscar Bernadotte of Wisborg (see
note below) by Grand Duke Adolphe of Luxemburg on 2 April 1892.
Oscar and Ebba were married in Bournemouth, England in 1888.
An interesting article on the circumstances surrounding their entanglement with one another.
And another article leading up to just prior to their marriage.
Marriage Registration of Prince Oscar and Ebba Munck
|3.1321||Countess||Marie Sophie Bernadotte of Wisborg||1889||1974|
|3.1322||Count||Carl Oscar Bernadotte of Wisborg||1890||1977||Baroness||Marianne de Geer af Leufsta||1893||1978|
|3.1322||Count||Carl Oscar Bernadotte of Wisborg||1890||1977||Gerty Börjesson||1910||2004|
|3.1323||Countess||Ebba Sophie Bernadotte of Wisborg||1892||1936||Baron||Carl-Marten Fleetwood||1885||1966|
|3.1324||Countess||Elsa Victoria Bernadotte of Wisborg||1893||1996||Carl Axel Cedergren||1891||1971|
|3.1325||Count||Folke Bernadotte of Wisborg||1895||1948||Estelle Manvelle||1904||1984||Count Folke was assassinated in Jerusalem in his role of UN Mediator in Israel together with his French aide and UN observer Colonel Andre Pierre Serot.
A brief report on the wedding of Count Folke and Estelle Manvelle, the wedding in 1928 was estimated to have cost 750,000 dollars (£150,000).
Count Folke's involvement with Germany's surrender offer to Britain and USA on ending the second world war.
General George S. Patton visits Count and Countess Folke Bernadotte.
Count Folke apointed as mediator in Palestine.
Report on the funeral of Count Folke
|3.133||Prince||Oscar Carl of Sweden (Duke of Vastergotland)||1861||1951||Princess||Ingeborg of Denmark||1878||1958||See
2.15 - The new Norwegian Throne (1905) was offered to Prince Oscar Carl. His father
King Oscar II refused to see Oscar Carl or any other Swedish Prince on this Throne.
A brief report on the marriage of Oscar Carl and Ingeborg
|3.1331||Princess||Margaretha of Sweden||1899||1977||Prince||Axel of Denmark||1888||1964||See
Gravestone of Axel and family
So Axel intends to be an aviator.
The New York Times brief report on the near miss from death of Axel in a plane crash.
|3.1332||Princess||Martha of Sweden||1901||1954||King||Olav V of Norway||1903||1991||See
15.1 - Olav was
born at Appleton House Sandringham, England and given the title and name of Prince Alexander Edward of Denmark, he assumed the name Olav in 1905 when his father became King of Norway.
Princess Martha suffered deteriorating health. She was admitted to hospital in 1951 with suspected jaundice. There were further admittance's to hospital until she died on 5 April 1954 from liver cirrhosis.
Birth Registration of Prince Alexander Edward (later King Olav of Norway).
Crown Prince (later King) Olav was part of a four member team who won a gold medal in the 6m sailing event at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics.
Obituary of King Olav.
Report on the death of Princess Martha
|3.1333||Princess||Astrid of Sweden||1905||1935||King||Leopold III of the Belgians||1901||1983||See 14.351 - Astrid was killed in a car accident in Switzerland, the car being driven by her husband King Leopold. They were driving along the winding, narrow roads near their villa at Küssnacht am Rigi, Schwyz, Switzerland on the shores of Lake of Lucerne, Leopold lost control of the vehicle and the car plunged down a ravine. Leopold abdicated on 16 July 1951 in favour of his son Baudouin and followed public outrage regarding his second marriage and his conduct during the second World War|
|3.1334||Prince||Carl of Sweden (Duke of Östergötland)||1911||2003||Countess||Elsa von Rosen||1904||1991||Carl assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Prince Bernadotte (ad personam) in 1937 by his brother-in-law King Leopold III of Belgium (see note below). Carl received King Gustaf V of Sweden consent to marry Countess Elsa von Rosen, this wasn't so with his cousins Lennart, Sigvard and Carl Johann.|
|3.1334||Prince||Carl of Sweden (Duke of Östergötland)||1911||2003||Anne Larsson||1921||1975||Carl assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Prince Bernadotte (ad personam) in 1937 by his brother-in-law King Leopold III of Belgium (see note below)|
|3.1334||Prince||Carl of Sweden (Duke of Östergötland)||1911||2003||Khristine Rivelsrud||1932||2014||Carl assumed the surname Bernadotte and was created Prince Bernadotte (ad personam) in 1937 by his brother-in-law King Leopold III of Belgium (see note below)|
|3.13341||Countess||Madeline Bernadotte||1938||Count||Charles-Albert Ullens de Schooten-Whettnall||1927||2006||Charles-Albert was born with the surname Ullens, he was created Count on 17 August 1962 by his wife's first cousin King Baudouin I of the Belgians|
|3.13341||Countess||Madeline Bernadotte||1938||Nicos Kogevinas||1918||2006|
|3.134||Prince||Eugene of Sweden (Duke of Nerike, also known as Närke)||1865||1947||Prince Eugene was an accomplished artist (painter) and was one of his generation's foremost landscape painters.
A very short report on the death of Prince Eugene
|3.14||Princess||Charlotte Eugenie of Sweden||1830||1889|
|3.15||Prince||Augustus of Sweden (Duke of Dalecarlia)||1831||1873||Princess||Theresa of Saxe-Altenburg||1836||1914||See 30.L1 - The New York Times report on the death of Prince Augustus|