|22||Duke||Friedrich Eugen of Württemberg||1732||1797||Margravine||Friederike of Brandenburg-Shwedt||1736||1798||Friederike was a sister to Margravine Philippine of Brandenburg-Shwedt.
Some reliable source show Friederike as either Sophie Dorothea or Dorothea.
Friederike's great grandfather was Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg (1620-1688) , two of his sons from his second marriage founded the lines of Brandenburg-Shwedt (from whom Friederike descends).
Elector Friedrich Wilhelm's eldest son Friedrich (1657-1713) from his first marriage became the first King in Prussia.
|22.1||King||Friedrich I of Württemberg||1754||1816||Duchess||Auguste of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel||1764||1788||Duke Friedrich of Württemberg was proclaimed Elector of Württemberg on 27 April 1803 becoming the first King of Württemberg on 1 January 1806. Auguste was a sister of Duke Friedrich Wilhelm of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel|
|22.1||King||Friedrich I of Württemberg||1754||1816||Princess||Charlotte of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1766||1828||Duke Friedrich of Württemberg was proclaimed Elector of Württemberg on 27 April 1803 becoming the first King of Württemberg on 1 January 1806. Charlotte was a daughter of George III of Great Britain and a sister of Queen Victoria's father the Duke of Kent|
|22.11||King||Wilhelm I of Württemberg||1781||1864||Princess||Charlotte "Karoline" Auguste of Bavaria||1792||1873||See 18.4|
|22.11||King||Wilhelm I of Württemberg||1781||1864||Grand Duchess||Catherine of Russia||1788||1819||See
4.6 - Catherine was married firstly to
Duke George of Oldenburg.
An interesting account surrounding the unfortunate death of Grand Duchess Catherine and her marital circumstances.
|22.11||King||Wilhelm I of Württemberg||1781||1864||Duchess||Pauline of Württemberg||1800||1873||See 22.24|
|22.111||Princess||Marie of Württemberg||1816||1887||Count||Alfred von Neipperg||1807||1865||Alfred is the first born son of Count Adam Adalbert von Neipperg (1775-1829) and his first wife Countess Theresia von Pola.|
|22.112||Princess||Sophie of Württemberg||1818||1877||King||Willem III of the Netherlands (also Grand Duke of Luxemburg)||1817||1890||See 9.11 Luxemburg which was subject to Salic law and had been ruled by the Kings of the Netherlands was separated from the Netherlands on the death of King Willem III without male issue. Duke Adolf of Nassau from a collateral branch became Grand Duke Adolphe of Luxemburg|
|22.113||Princess||Katherine of Württemberg||1821||1898||Prince||Friedrich of Württemberg||1808||1870||See 22.142|
|22.114||King||Karl I of Württemberg||1823||1891||Grand Duchess||Olga of Russia||1822||1892||See
4.94 - King Karl I and his wife being childless adopted their niece
Grand Duchess Vera of Russia. Vera was a difficult child to control by her parents.
A brief article on the death King Karl I.
The New York Times report on the funeral of King Karl I
|22.115||Princess||Auguste of Württemberg||1826||1898||Prince||Hermann of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1825||1901||See 27.45|
|22.12||Princess||Catherine of Württemberg||1783||1835||Prince||Jerome Napoléon Bonaparte||1784||1860||Jerome Bonaparte was a brother to
Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (15 August 1769 - 5 May 1821) and became King of Westphalia (1807 to 1813) and created Prince of Montfort by the King of Wurttemberg on 31 July 1816.
Jerome was firstly married to Elizabeth "Betsy" Patterson (1785-1879) in 1803 which was annulled in 1805 on the orders of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.
Jerome's first marriage to "Betsy" formed the American Branch of the Bonapartes.
Jerome and Betsy had one child Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte (1805-1870) who had two sons, Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II ( 1830-1893) and Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1851-1921).
The elder son Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II (1830-1893) had an interesting life he served first in the U.S. army which he resigned in 1854 and joined the French army of his cousin-once-removed, Napoleon III. He then resigned from the French Army in 1870 returning to the U.S.A.
The younger son Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1851-1921) eventually became US Attorney General and on 26 July 1908 the founder of the forerunner to the modern day FBI.
|22.121||Prince||Jérôme Bonaparte (Prince of Montfort)||1814||1847|
|22.122||Princess||Mathilde Laetitia Bonaparte||1820||1904||Prince||Anatole Demidoff (1st Prince de San Donato)||1813||1870||See
50.2 - Anatole was conferred with the title "Count of San Donato" by Grand Duke Leopold of Tuscany.
An interesting article on Mathilde.
And another article on Mathilde some years later regarding her visit to Emperor Nicholas I of all the Russias.
|22.123||Prince||Napoléon Joseph Bonaparte "Plon-Plon" (Prince Napoléon)||1822||1891||Princess||Clotilde of Savoy (Italy)||1843||1911||See 8.11 - The New York Times report on the death of Napoléon Joseph|
|22.1231||Prince||Napoléon Victor Bonaparte (Prince Napoléon)||1862||1926||Princess||Clementine of Belgium||1872||1955||See 14.24 - A report on the wedding of Princess Clementine and Prince Napoléon|
|22.12311||Princess||Marie Clotilde Bonaparte||1912||1996||Count||Serge de Witt||1891||1990||I have been unable to locate a definitive family tree for the de Witt family. I have however been advised by a descendant of Count Serge that the de Witt family have been Counts since Peter the Great. The correspondent also mentioned
Duc de Raguse (Auguste Frederic Viesse de Marmont) (1774-1852) (presumably in his memoirs) describes how he met the Count de Witt during a visit to Russia. Further. It was also pointed that this de Witt family is unrelated to
Count de Witte (Witte with an e at the end) former Minister of Finance in Russia.
(Note: One normally reliable source mentions Serge was created Count de Witt by the King of Italy on 11 November 1939. I am now of the opinion this reference to Serge being created Count is erroneous).
A brief report on the Wedding of Princess Marie Bonaparte and Count (shown as Captain) Serge de Witt.
Marriage Registration of Princess Marie Bonaparte and Count Serge de Witt
|22.123111||Countess||Marie Eugénie de Witt||1939||Count||Peter Cheremetieff||1931|
|22.123111||Countess||Marie Eugénie de Witt||1939||Count||Helie de Pourtalés||1938|
|22.123112||Countess||Hélène de Witt||1941||Marquis||Henri du Lau d'Allemans||1925|
|22.123113||Count||Napoléon Serge de Witt||1942||1942|
|22.123114||Countess||Yolande de Witt||1943||1945|
|22.123115||Countess||Vera de Witt||1945||Marquis||Raymond Godefroy de Commarque||1938||Chateau de la Bourlie family home of Marquis de Commarque|
|22.1231151||Count||Grégoire Ludovic de Commarque||1967|
|22.1231152||Count||Cyril de Commarque||1970||Princess||Cecilie of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1967||See 39.331121|
|22.1231152||Count||Cyril de Commarque||1970||Visconti||Ortensia di Modrone||1972|
|22.12311521||Countess||Oro de Commarque||2010|
|22.123116||Count||Baudoin de Witt||1947||Marquis||Isabelle de Rocca-Serra||1950||Count Baudoin de Witt with his wife Isabelle have opened their manor, the Pommerie, to create the Napoleon Museum at Cendrieux|
|22.123117||Countess||Isabelle de Witt||1949||Remmest Laan||1942|
|22.123118||Count||Jean Jérôme de Witt||1950||Veronique de Dryver||1950|
|22.123118||Count||Jean Jérôme de Witt||1950||Viviane Jutheau||1947|
|22.123119||Count||Wladimir de Witt||1952||Margareta Mautner von Markhof||1954|
|22.123119||Count||Wladimir de Witt||1952||Françoise Martin-Flory||1959|
|22.12311J||Countess||Anne Clémentine de Witt||1953||Baron||Henry Robert de Rancher||1949||1995|
|22.12312||Prince||Louise Bonaparte (Prince Napoléon)||1914||1997||Alix de Foresta||1926|
|22.123121||Prince||Charles Bonaparte (Prince Napoléon)||1950||Princess||Beatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1950||See 37.554921 - Charles is the present Head of the Imperial House of France|
|22.123121||Prince||Charles Bonaparte (Prince Napoléon)||1950||Jeanne Françoise Valliccionni||1958||Charles is the present Head of the Imperial House of France|
|22.1231211||Princess||Caroline Bonaparte||1980||Eric Alain Marie Quérénet-Onfroy de Breville||1971|
|22.1231213||Princess||Sophie Cathérine Bonaparte||1992|
|22.123122||Princess||Catherine Bonaparte||1950||Nicolò San Martino d'Agliè dei Marchesi di Fontanetto||1948|
|22.123122||Princess||Catherine Bonaparte||1950||Jean Dualé||1936|
|22.123123||Princess||Laura Bonaparte||1952||Jean-Claude Leconte||1948|
|22.123124||Prince||Jerome Bonaparte||1957||Licia Innocenti||1965|
|22.1232||Prince||Napoléon Louise Bonaparte||1864||1932|
|22.1233||Princess||Maria Laetitia Bonaparte||1866||1926||Prince||Amadeo of Savoy (Italy) (1 st Duke of Aosta)||1845||1890||See
8.13 - Amadeo was proclaimed
King of Spain on 16 November 1870 (following the abdication of
Queen Isabel II of Spain) and abdicated on 11 February 1873 and returned to Italy.
Report on the wedding of Amedeo and Maria Laetitia.This is an uncle/niece marriage, Maria Laetitia's mother was a sister to Amedeo.
Report on the death of Prince Amedeo.
|22.13||Princess||Sophie of Württemberg||1783||1784|
|22.14||Prince||Paul of Württemberg||1785||1852||Princess||Charlotte of Saxe-Hildburghausen||1787||1847||See 30.2|
|22.141||Princess||Charlotte of Württemberg||1807||1873||Grand Duke||Michael of Russia||1798||1849||See 4.J - Charlotte took the name "Helena Pavlovna" on her marriage.|
|22.142||Prince||Friedrich of Württemberg||1808||1870||Princess||Katherina of Württemberg||1821||1898||See 22.113|
|22.1421||King||Wilhelm II of Württemberg||1848||1921||Princess||Marie of Waldeck & Pyrmont||1857||1882||See
A failed attempt in 1889 on the life of Wilhelm who was heir presumptive at the time.
Wilhelm abdicated on 29 November 1918.
Marie died a couple of days after giving birth to a still born daughter
|22.1421||King||Wilhelm II of Württemberg||1848||1921||Princess||Charlotte of Schaumburg-Lippe||1864||1946||See
43.71 - Wilhelm abdicated on 29 November 1918.
The New York Times Obituary of King Wilhelm II (note, there are a number of errors relating dates).
The supposedly simple funeral of King Wilhelm II
|22.14211||Princess||Pauline of Württemberg||1877||1965||Prince||Friedrich of Wied (6th Prince of Wied)||1872||1945||See 33.821|
|22.14212||Prince||Ulrich of Württemberg||1880||1880|
|22.143||Prince||Karl Paul of Württemberg||1809||1810|
|22.144||Princess||Pauline of Württemberg||1810||1856||Duke||Wilhelm of Nassau||1792||1839||See 33 - Wilhelm was formerlylly Prince Wilhelm of Nassau-Weilburg and inherited the principality of Nassau-Weilburg from his father on 9 January 1816 and the Duchy of Nassau-Usingen from a distant relative only two months later on 24 March 1816. He thus became the Duke of Nassau in 1816 following the extinction of the Usingen line of the House of Nassau.|
|22.145||Prince||August of Württemberg||1813||1885||Marie Bethge||1830||1869||Marie was created Baroness von Wardenburg in 1868|
|22.2||Duke||Ludwig of Württemberg||1756||1817||Princess||Maria Anna Czartoryska||1768||1854|
|22.2||Duke||Ludwig of Württemberg||1756||1817||Princess||Henriette of Nassau-Weilburg||1780||1857||Henriette was a sister to Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Nassau-Weilburg (1768-1816) father of Prince Wilhelm of Nassau-Weilburg|
|22.21||Duke||Adam of Württemberg||1792||1847|
|22.22||Duchess||Marie of Württemberg||1797||1855||Archduke||Joseph Anton of Austria (Palatine of Hungary) (Hungarian Line)||1776||1847||See 21 - Joseph Anton founded the Hungarian branch of the Habsburg family and was a brother of Emperor Franz I of Austria|
|22.23||Duchess||Amalie of Württemberg||1799||1848||Duke||Joseph of Saxe-Altenburg||1789||1868||See 30.4|
|22.24||Duchess||Pauline of Württemberg||1800||1873||King||Wilhelm I of Württemberg||1781||1864||See 22.11|
|22.25||Duchess||Elisabeth of Württemberg||1802||1864||Prince||Wilhelm of Baden||1792||1859||See 32.6|
|22.26||Duke||Alexander of Württemberg||1804||1885||Countess||Claudine Rhedey von Kis-Rhede||1812||1841||Claudine was created Countess von Hohenstein in her own right by Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria in 1835. She was
trampled to death by a squadron of cavalry led by her husband Duke Alexander, her horse had bolted during the parade and she had fallen in front of the galloping horses.
An alternative source says that she was travelling by her coach to Graz to join her husband when it overturned near Graz and she was thrown into a ditch. Although injured she mounted a horse and rode eight hours without stopping until finally fainting and dying a few hours later.
|22.261||Countess||Claudine von Hohenstein||1836||1894||Claudine was created Princess of Teck in 1863|
|22.262||Count||Franz von Hohenstein||1837||1900||Princess||Mary Adelaide Cambridge (and of Great Britain)||1833||1897||See
45.483 - Franz was created Prince of Teck on 1 December 1863 by
King Wilhelm I of Wurttemberg and Duke of Teck on 16 September 1871 by
King Karl I of Württemberg. Teck was a subsidiary title of his father Duke Alexander of Württemberg. Mary Adelaide's father was Duke Adolphus of
Cambridge a brother to Queen Victoria's father Edward, Duke of Kent.
Marriage Registration of Prince Francis (Franz) of Teck and Princess Mary Cambridge
Death Registration of Franz ,Duke of Teck
Death Registration of Mary Adelaide.
A report in 1898 on the serious health situation of Franz ,Duke of Teck.
A report on the death of Franz ,Duke of Teck
|22.2621||Princess||Mary "May" of Teck||1867||1953||King||George V of Great Britain||1865||1936||See
Birth Registration of Princess Mary of Teck
|22.2622||Duke||Adolphus "Dolly" of Teck||1868||1927||Lady||Margaret Grosvener||1873||1929||Adolphus relinquished his German title and those of his family on 16 July 1917 and was created Marquess of Cambridge. Margaret was a daughter of Hugh Lupus Grosvenor (1825-1899) the 1st Duke of Westminster.
Birth Registration of Duke Adolphus of Teck
Marriage Registration of Prince Adolphus of Teck and Lady Margaret Grosvener
Death Registration of Adolphus, Marquess of Cambridge
|22.26221||Prince||George of Teck (2 nd Marquess of Cambridge)||1895||1981||Dorothy Isabel Hastings||1899||1988||
Birth Registration of Prince George of Teck
Marriage Registration of Prince George of Teck (2 nd Marquess of Cambridge) and Dorothy Isabel Hastings
|22.262211||Lady||Mary Ilona Margaret Cambridge||1924||1999||Peter Whitley||1923||2003||Birth Registration of Lady Mary Ilona Margaret Cambridge|
|22.26222||Princess||Victoria of Teck||1897||1987||Henry Somerset (10th Duke of Beaufort)||1900||1984||Birth Registration of Princess Victoria of Teck|
|22.26223||Princess||Helena of Teck||1899||1969||John Evelyn Gibbs||1879||1932||
Birth Registration of Princess Helena of Teck
John Evelyn Gibbs was an Army Colonel and a veteran of the Boer Wars and World War I. A plaque in memory of Colonel Gibbs at St John The Baptist Church, Shipton Moyne
|22.26224||Prince||Frederick of Teck||1907||1940||Frederick was killed in action at Herault, Belgium|
|22.2623||Prince||Francis of Teck||1870||1910||
Birth Registration of Prince Francis of Teck
Death report of Prince Francis of Teck. It was reported the immediate cause of death was septicaemia following an operation for the removal of the pleuritic effusion most probably caused by an attack of pleurisy.
Death Registration of Prince Francis of Teck
|22.2624||Prince||Alexander "Alge" of Teck||1874||1957||Princess||Alice of Albany (and of Great Britain)||1883||1981||See
1.81 - Prince Alexander relinquished his German titles and those of his family on 14 July 1917 and took the family name of Cambridge and was created Earl of Athlone on 16 July 1917.
Birth Registration of Prince Alexander of Teck
Death Registration of Alexander, Earl of Athlone
|22.26241 - QVD||Lady||May Helen Emma Cambridge||1906||1994||Sir||Henry Abel Smith||1900||1993||Lady May was a Princess of Teck until 16 July 1917.
Birth Registration of Princess May Helen of Teck
|22.262411 - QVD||Anne Abel Smith||1932||David Liddell-Grainger||1930||2007||After his divorce from Anne Abel Smith, David Liddell-Grainger subsequently married Christine, Lady de la Rue (born Christine Schellin) in very strange circumstances|
|22.2624111 - QVD||Ian Liddell-Grainger||1959||Jill Nesbit||1956||Ian Liddell-Grainger was elected a Conservative British Member of Parliament for the Bridgwater, Somerset West and Sedgemoor Constituency in June 2001 being the first descendant of Queen Victoria to achieve this distinction|
|22.26241111 - QVD||Peter Liddell-Grainger||1987|
|22.26241112 - QVD||Sophie Liddell-Grainger||1988|
|22.26241113 - QVD||May Liddell-Grainger||1992|
|22.2624112 - QVD||Charles Liddell-Grainger||1960||Karen Humphreys||1956|
|22.2624112 - QVD||Charles Liddell-Grainger||1960||Martha Margaretha de Klerk||?||Charles was due to marry for a second time to Eugenie Wilhelmine Anna Marie Campagne but it was called off two weeks before their intended marriage.
The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Charles Montagu Liddell Grainger and Eugenie Wilhelmine Anna Marie Campagne at the Privy Council Meeting on 11 December 2001
The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Charles Montagu Liddell-Grainger and Martha Margaretha de Klerk. at the Privy Council Meeting on 09 October 2008.
Although Martha Margaretha is shown with the surname of de Klerk in the Privy Council Meeting the report of her marriage to Charles Liddell-Grainger in The Telegraph is shown as de Clermont
|22.2624113 - QVD||Simon Liddell-Grainger||1962||Romana Rogoshewska||1945|
|22.2624113 - QVD||Simon Liddell-Grainger||1962||Natalie Judith Poulard||1970|
|22.26241131 - QVD||Simon Alexander Liddell-Grainger||2000|
|22.26241132 - QVD||Mathew Liddell-Grainger||2003|
|22.2624114 - QVD||Alice Liddell-Grainger||1965||Pietro Panaggio||1963|
|22.26241141 - QVD||Danico Panaggio||1996|
|22.26241142 - QVD||Jessica Panaggio||1998|
|22.2624115 - QVD||Malcolm Liddell-Grainger||1967||Helen Bright||1971|
|22.26241151 - QVD||Cameron Liddell-Grainger||1997|
|22.262412 - QVD||Richard Abel Smith||1933||2004||Marcia Kendrew||1940||Birth Registration of Richard Abel Smith|
|22.2624121 - QVD||Katharine Abel Smith||1961||Hubert Beaumont||1956|
|22.26241211 - QVD||Amelia Beaumont||1983||Simon Murray||1974||See Simon Murray's Ancestry
Announcement of the marriage of Simon Murray and Amelia Beaumont
|22.262412111 - QVD||Matilda Alice Beaumont Murray||2012||Matilda and Archibald are twins
Announcement of the birth of Matilda and Archibald
|22.262412112 - QVD||Archibald Peregrine Arbuthnot Murray||2012||Matilda and Archibald are twins
Announcement of the birth of Matilda and Archibald
|22.26241212 - QVD||George Beaumont||1985||Katharine Fitzpatrick||1986|
|22.26241213 - QVD||Richard Beaumont||1989|
|22.26241214 - QVD||Michael Beaumont||1991|
|22.262413 - QVD||Elizabeth Abel Smith||1936||Peter Wise||1929|
|22.2624131 - QVD||Emma Abel Wise||1973||1974|
|22.26242 - QVD||Rupert Cambridge (Viscount Trematon)||1907||1928||Rupert was a Prince of Teck until 16 July 1917 he suffered from haemophilia and died after a car accident.
Birth Registration of Prince Rupert of Teck
|22.26243 - QVD||Prince||Maurice of Teck||1910||1910||Birth Registration of Prince Maurice of Teck|
|22.263||Countess||Amalie von Hohenstein||1838||1893||Count||Paul von Hügel||1835||1897||Countess Amalie was created Princess of Teck in 1863|
|22.2631||Count||Paul Julius von Hügel||1872||1912||Anna Homolatsch||?||?|
|22.3||Duke||Eugen Friedrich of Württemberg||1758||1822||Princess||Luise of Stolberg-Gedern||1764||1834||Luise was firstly married to Duke August Frederick of Saxe-Meiningen (1754-1782) who on his death was succeeded by his younger brother Georg (1761-1803) as Duke of Saxe-Meiningen|
|22.31||Duke||Eugen of Württemberg||1788||1857||Princess||Mathilde of Waldeck and Pyrmont||1801||1825||Mathilde's brother Prince George of Waldeck and Pyrmont (1789-1845) was the father of Prince George Viktor of Waldeck and Pyrmont|
|22.31||Duke||Eugen of Württemberg||1788||1857||Princess||Helene of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1807||1880||Helene was a sister of Prince Ernst of Hohenlohe-Langenburg|
|22.311||Duchess||Marie of Württemberg||1818||1888||Landgrave||Karl of Hess-Philippsthal||1803||1868|
|22.3111||Landgrave||Ernst Eugen of Hesse-Philippsthal||1846||1925||The line of Hess-Philippsthal became extinct with the death of Landgrave Ernst.
The Landgrave of Hess-Philippsthal was assumed by Ernst's distant cousin Prince Chlodwig of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld
|22.3112||Prince||Karl Alexander of Hesse-Philippsthal||1853||1916|
|22.312||Duke||Eugen of Württemberg||1820||1875||Princess||Mathilde of Schaumburg-Lippe||1818||1891||See 43.2|
|22.3121||Duchess||Wilhelmine of Württemberg||1844||1892||Duke||Nikolaus of Württemberg||1833||1903||See 22.316|
|22.3122||Duke||Eugen of Württemberg||1846||1877||Grand Duchess||Vera of Russia||1854||1912||See 4.963 - Vera was a difficult child to control by her parents and was formally adopted by her childless Uncle and Aunt, King Karl I of Württemberg and his wife (born Grand Duchess Olga of Russia).|
|22.31221||Duke||Karl Eugen of Württemberg||1875||1875|
|22.31222||Duchess||Elsa Mathilde of Württemberg||1876||1936||Prince||Albrecht of Schaumburg-Lippe||1869||1942||See 43.74 - Duchess Elsa and Duchess Olga were twins|
|22.31223||Duchess||Olga Alexandrine of Württemberg||1876||1932||Prince||Maximilian of Schaumburg-Lippe||1871||1904||See 43.75 - Duchess Elsa and Duchess Olga were twins|
|22.3123||Duchess||Pauline Mathilde of Württemberg||1854||1914||Melchor Willim||1855||1910||Pauline renounced her title and was created Baroness von Kirbach on 1 May 1880|
|22.313||Duke||Wilhelm Alexander of Württemberg||1825||1825|
|22.314||Duke||Wilhelm Nickolaus of Württemberg||1828||1896|
|22.315||Duchess||Alexandrine-Mathilde of Württemberg||1829||1913|
|22.316||Duke||Nikolaus of Württemberg||1833||1903||Duchess||Wilhelmine of Württemberg||1844||1892||See 22.3121|
|22.317||Duchess||Agnes of Württemberg||1835||1886||Prince (Fürst)||Heinrich XIV Reuss-Schleiz||1832||1913||Prince Heinrich XIV secondly married (morganatically in 1890) Friederike Graetz (1851-1907) who according to the The New York Times
was created Baroness von Saalburg by the King of Saxony. Following his morganatic marriage Heinrich XIV abdicated his throne in favour of his son Heinrich XXVII.
A report on the death of Prince Heinrich XIV including an interesting account of the Reuss family.
|22.3171||Prince (Fürst)||Heinrich XXVII Reuss-Schleiz||1858||1928||Princess||Elise of Hohenloe-Langenburg||1864||1929||See 39.332 - Heinrich XXVII renounced the Reuss-Schleiz throne 11 November 1918.|
|22.31711||Princess||Viktoria-Feodora Reuss-Schleiz||1889||1918||Duke||Adolph Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin||1873||1969||See 23.111J|
|22.31712||Princess||Luise Adelheid Reuss-Schleiz||1890||1951|
|22.31713||Prince||Heinrich XL Reuss-Schleiz||1891||1891|
|22.31714||Prince||Heinrich XLIII Reuss-Schleiz||1893||1912|
|22.31715||Prince (Fürst)||Heinrich XLV Reuss-Schleiz||1895||1962||Heinrich XLV went missing in 1945 and was declared dead 5 Jan 1962. The male line of Reuss-Schleiz became extinct with the death of Heinrich XLV. Heinrich XLV had adopted Prince Heinrich I Reuss-Köstritz (1910-1982) on 19 January 1935|
|22.3172||Princess||Elisabeth Adelheid Reuss-Schleiz||1859||1951||Prince||Hermann zu Solms-Braunfels||1845||1900||See 24.7 (this is a temporary link as work is in progress to provide the descendants of Hermann's grandfather Prince Friedrich of Solms-Braunfels ) . Hermann was firstly married to his first cousin Princess Maria zu Solms-Braunfels (1852-1882)|
|22.31721||Princess||Marie Agnes zu Solms-Braunfels||1888||1976||Count||Joseph zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1874||1963|
|22.31722||Princess||Helene zu Solms-Braunfels||1890||1969||Count||Raimund zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1868||1926|
|22.317221||Countess||Jutta Luise zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1922||1968||Peter Helbig||1922|
|22.317222||Count||Eugen Alfred zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1923||1987||Countess||Elisabeth zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1929||Count Eugen zu Erbach-Fürstenau (1923-1987) and Countess Elisabeth zu Erbach-Fürstenau (1929- ) are both descended from Count Alfred zu Erbach-Fürstenau (1813-1874). Count Alfred zu Erbach-Fürstenau (1813-1874) son Raimond (1868-1926) was the father of Eugen, another son Adalbert (1861-1944) was a grandfather of Elisabeth.|
|22.3172221||Count||Raimund zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1951||2017;||Princess||Isabelle Maria of Liechtenstein||1954||See 41.343|
|22.31722211||Hereditary Count||Louis Christian zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1976||Olga Wassiljewna||1979|
|22.31722212||Count||Philipp Christoph zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1979||Juliette Souchon||1977|
|22.31722213||Count||Nikolaus Georg zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1984|
|22.31722214||Countess||Margarita Maria-Helena zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1986|
|22.3172222||Countess||Lukardis Elisabeth zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1953||2005||Countess Lukardis died in an accident at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. According to this report Countess Lukardis was travelling in a lift when he became stuck between the second and third floor and although advised by the building doorman to remain in the lift she attempted to leave it and fell down the elevator shaft and was killed.|
|22.3172223||Count||Kraft Ulrich zu Erbach-Fürstenau||1962||1980|
|22.31723||Prince||Ernst-August zu Solms-Braunfels||1892||1968||Princess||Elisabeth Caroline zur Lippe||1916||2013||See 24.82111|
|22.31724||Prince||Friedrich Eugen zu Solms-Braunfels||1893||1903|
|22.32||Duchess||Luise of Württemberg||1789||1851||Prince||Friedrich August of Hohenlohe-Oehringen (3 rd Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)||1784||1853||Friedrich August was the founder of the Hohenlohe-Oehringen line and abdicated in 1849 in favour of his son Friedrich Wilhelm Eugen Karl "Hugo".
Friedrich August was the son of Friedrich Ludwig Fürst zu Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen (1746-1818) who was also created Fürst zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen in 1805. Friedrich August's younger brother Adolf Karl (1797-1873) continued the princely line of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen although it has died out.
|22.321||Prince||Friedrich of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1812||1892||Baroness||Mathilde von Breuning||1821||1896||Friedrich, renounced his rights as first-born son in 1842. Mathilde was created Baroness von Brauneck by the King of Württemberg 11 Mar 1843|
|22.322||Princess||Friederike Mathilde of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1814||1888||Prince||Günther II Friedrich von Schwarzburg-Sondershausen||1801||1889||Günther II Friedrich was firstly married to Princess Marie von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (1809-1833) and their son is Prince Karl Günther of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen|
|22.323||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm Eugen Karl "Hugo" of Hohenlohe-Oehringen (4 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(1 st Duke von Ujest)||1816||1897||Princess||Pauline zu Fürstenberg||1829||1900||See 32.87 - Hugo was created
Duke von Ujest on 18 October 1861.
It was reported in 1881 that the "Royal Prussian Heraldry Office" (1855-1920) in the first 25 years since its inception in 1855 had listed only one created one duke, i.e. the Duke von Ujest.
An account of the complicated house of Hohenlohe and its split into various lines.
Obituary of Hugo.
|22.3231||Prince||Christian Kraft zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (5 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(2 nd Duke von Ujest)||1848||1926||It was reported in 1922 that Christian Kraft was one of the richest individuals in Germany.|
|22.3232||Princess||Marie zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1849||1929||Prince||Heinrich XIX of Reuss||1848||1904|
|22.3233||Princess||Luise zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1851||1920||Count||Friedrich Ludwig von Frankenberg und Ludwigsdorff||1835||1897|
|22.3234||Prince||August Karl zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1854||1884|
|22.3235||Prince||Friedrich Karl zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1855||1910||Countess||Marie von Hatzfeldt||1871||1932||Marie is a sister to Countess Helene von Hatzfeldt (married to Friedrich Karl's brother Prince Max Anton Karl zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen).
Marriage Registration of Prince Friedrich Karl and Countess Marie
|22.3236||Prince||Hans Heinrich zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (6 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(3 rd Duke von Ujest)||1858||1945||Princess||Olga zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1862||1935||See 22.3243|
|22.32361||Prince||Hugo Felix August zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (7 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(4 th Duke von Ujest)||1890||1962||Ursula von Zedlitz||1905||1988||Birth Registration of Ursula von Zealots|
|22.32361||Prince||Hugo Felix August zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (7 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(4 th Duke von Ujest)||1890||1962||Valerie von Carstanjen||1908||1979|
|22.32361||Prince||Hugo Felix August zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (7 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(4 th Duke von Ujest)||1890||1962||Erika Himmelein||1916||2000|
|22.323611||Princess||Alexandra Olga Elsa zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1931||Egid Hilz||1932|
|22.323612||Prince||Kraft Hans Konrad zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (8 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(5 th Duke von Ujest)||1933||Katharina von Siemens||1938||Katharina's father Peter von Siemens (1911-1986) who from 1971 to 1981 was Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG. Peter von Siemens's great grandfather Werner von Siemens (1816-1892) was the founder of the Siemens company. For further reading of the Siemens family.|
|22.3236121||Princess||Margarita zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1960||1989||Prince||Karl-Emich of Leiningen||1952||See 39.212312 - Princess Margarita was killed in a car accident near Freising, Bavaria|
|22.3236122||Princess||Christina Valerie zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1961||Jan-Gisbert Schultze||1961|
|22.3236123||Hereditary Prince||Kraft Constantin zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1966||Carolin von Wendorff||1975|
|22.323613||Princess||Dorothea Elisabeth zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1935||2007||János Farkas||1942|
|22.323614||Princess||Dagmar Maria zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1948||Rainer Hykes||1959|
|22.32362||Princess||Alexandrine Marie zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1891||1959|
|22.32363||Princess||Dorothea zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1892||1931|
|22.32364||Prince||Kraft Friedrich zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1892||1965||Nina Chischina||1898||1965||Kraft Friedrich and his wife Nina died of wounds received in a car accident|
|22.3237||Prince||Max Anton Karl zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1860||1922||Countess||Helene von Hatzfeldt||1865||1901||Helene is a sister to Countess Marie von Hatzfeldt (married to Max Anton Karl's brother Prince Friedrich Karl zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)|
|22.32371||Prince||Waldemar Hugo zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1890||1965||Nina Chischine||1898||1965|
|22.32372||Prince||Max Hugo zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1893||1951||Countess||Marie-Gabriele von Faber-Castell||1900||1985||Marie-Gabriele was a daughter of Count Alexander Friedrich of Castell-Rüdenhausen (1866-1928) and Baroness Ottilie von Faber (of pencil fame) (who married on 28 February 1898). Alexander declared for himself and his descendants from this marriage the name and title of Count/ Countess von Faber-Castell. The company name of Faber was changed to Faber-Castell following this marriage.
Click here for "Graf von Faber-Castell - A History"
|22.32372||Prince||Max Hugo zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1893||1951||Hella von Ramin||1883||1943|
|22.32372||Prince||Max Hugo zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1893||1951||Marianne Diefenthal||1925||1977|
|22.3238||Prince||Wilhelm zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1861||1861|
|22.3239||Prince||Hugo Friedrich zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1864||1928||Helga Hager||1877||1951|
|22.323J||Princess||Margarethe zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1865||1940||Count||Wilhelm von Hohenau||1854||1930||See 11.95|
|22.324||Prince||Felix Eugen of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1818||1900||Princess||Alexandrine von Hanau (Countess von Schaumburg)||1830||1871||Alexandrine was a daughter of Elector Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Cassel (1802 - 1875) who lost his throne when Hesse-Cassel was annexed to Prussia on 20 September 1866. Elector Friedrich Wilhelm was married morganatically to Gertrude Falkenstein (1803 - 1882) who was created Countess von Schaumburg in 1831 and Princess von Hanua and Horowitz in 1862.|
|22.3241||Princess||Jadwiga Friederike of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1857||1940||Count||Franz-Erich Bentzel zu Sternau und Hohenau||1850||1922|
|22.3242||Prince||Victor Hugo of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1861||1939||Marie de Vassinhac d'Imécourt||1863||1924|
|22.3243||Princess||Olga of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1862||1935||Prince||Hans Heinrich zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (6 th Prince zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen)(3 rd Duke von Ujest)||1858||1945||See 22.3236|
|22.3244||Princess||Paula Marie of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1863||1874|
|22.3245||Princess||Luise of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1867||1945||Prince||Albrecht of Waldeck and Pyrmont||1841||1897||Albrecht was a cousin to Prince George of Waldeck and Pyrmont, their respective fathers were brothers.|
|22.3245||Princess||Luise of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1867||1945||George Granville Hope-Johnstone||1880||195_||Birth Registration of George Granville Hope-Johnstone|
|22.3246||Prince||Ferdinand Alexander of Hohenlohe-Oehringen||1871||1929||Elsa von Ondarza||1870||1960||Ferdinand Alexander, renounced his rights and took the title Freiherr von Gabelstein 31 Jul 1895.
An article reporting the tragic end to the life of Ferdinand Alexander
|22.33||Duke||Georg Ferdinand of Württemberg||1790||1795|
|22.34||Duke||Heinrich of Württemberg||1792||1797|
|22.35||Duke||Paul of Württemberg||1797||1860||Princess||Maria Sophie of Thurn and Taxis||1800||1870||See 24.45|
|22.351||Duke||Maximilian of Württemberg||1828||1888||Princess||Hermine of Schaumburg-Lippe||1845||1930||See 43.11|
|22.4||Duchess||Sophie of Württemberg||1759||1828||Emperor||Paul of all the Russias||1754||1801||See 4 - Paul was murdered by a group of conspirators on 23 March 1801 in his bedroom in the St Michael Palace. The conspirators burst into his bedroom and tried to compel him to sign his abdication. He offered some resistance, and one of the assassins struck him with a sword and he was then strangled and trampled to death. Sophie took the name "Maria Feodorovna" on her marriage.|
|22.5||Duke||Wilhelm of Württemberg||1761||1830||Baroness||Wilhelmine von Thunerfelt-Rhodis||1777||1822|
|22.51||Count||Alexander of Württemberg||1801||1844||Countess||Helene Festetics von Tolna||1812||1886|
|22.511||Count||Eberhard of Württemberg||1833||1896||A strange report regarding the disappearance of Eberhard and that his uncle Count Wilhelm of Württemberg (later 1st Duke of Urach) was implicated.|
|22.512||Countess||Wilhelmine of Württemberg||1834||1910|
|22.513||Countess||Pauline of Württemberg||1836||1911||Count||Maximilian Adam von Wuthenau-Hohenthurm||1834||1912||***** This need to be expanded in due course to point to a g grandaughter Monika von Plessen 27.242424 *****|
|22.514||Count||Karl Alexander of Württemberg||1839||1876|
|22.52||Count||August of Württemberg||1805||1808|
|22.53||Count||Wilhelm of Württemberg (1st Duke of Urach)||1810||1869||Princess||Theodelinde de Beauharis (Duchess von Leuchtenberg)||1814||1857||See 18.25 - Wilhelm was created Duke von Urach on 28 May 1867, his issue bore the title Prince(ss) von Urach|
|22.53||Count||Wilhelm of Württemberg (1st Duke of Urach)||1810||1869||Princess||Florentine of Monaco||1833||1897||See 46.22 - Wilhelm was created Duke von Urach on 28 May 1867, his issue bore the title Prince(ss) von Urach|
|22.531||Princess||Auguste von Urach||1842||1916||Count||Parzifal von Enzenberg||1835||1874|
|22.531||Princess||Auguste von Urach||1842||1916||Count||Franz von Thun and Hohenstein||1826||1888|
|22.532||Princess||Marie von Urach||1844||1864|
|22.533||Princess||Eugenie von Urach||1848||1867|
|22.534||Princess||Mathilde von Urach||1854||1907||Prince||Paola Altieri di Viano||1849||1901|
|22.535||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach (2nd Duke of Urach)||1864||1928||Duchess||Amalie in Bavaria||1865||1912||See 18.K51|
|22.535||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach (2nd Duke of Urach)||1864||1928||Princess||Wiltrud Marie of Bavaria||1884||1975||See 18.151J - Wilhelm accepted an invitation to become the King of a newly independent Lithuania in July 1918 but German opposition meant he was thwarted in his ambitions.|
|22.5351||Princess||Marie Gabriele von Urach||1893||1908|
|22.5352||Princess||Elisabeth von Urach||1894||1962||Prince||Karl of Liechtenstein||1878||1955||See 41.8|
|22.5353||Princess||Karola von Urach||1896||1980|
|22.5354||Duke||Wilhelm von Urach||1897||1957||Elisabeth Theurer||1899||1988||Wilhelm renounced the Ducal title and took the name Count von Württemberg|
|22.5355||Duke||Karl von Urach||1899||1981||Countess||Gabriele of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1910||2005|
|22.5356||Princess||Margarethe von Urach||1901||1975|
|22.5357||Prince||Albrecht von Urach||1903||1969||Rosemary Blackadder||1901||1975||Visitors may find the following article on Prince Albrecht of some interest|
|22.5357||Prince||Albrecht von Urach||1903||1969||Ute Waldchmidt||1922||1984|
|22.5358||Prince||Rupprecht-Eberhard von Urach||1907||1969||Princess||Iniga of Thurn & Taxis||1925||2008||See 24.463442|
|22.53581||Princess||Amelie Margit von Urach||1949||Curt-Hildebrand von Einsiedel||1944|
|22.535811||Alexander von Einsiedel||1976|
|22.535812||Elisabeth Helene von Einsiedel||1977|
|22.535813||Igiga von Einsiede||1979|
|22.535814||Sophie von Einsiedel||1980|
|22.535815||Theresa von Einsiedel||1984||Prince||François of Orleans||1982||See 13.125474|
|22.535816||Victoria von Einsiedel||1986|
|22.535817||Valerie von Einsiedel||1986|
|22.535818||Felicitas von Einsiedel||1990|
|22.53582||Princess||Elisabeth Maria von Urach||1952||2012|
|22.53583||Duke||Karl Anselm von Urach||1955||Saskia Wüsthof||1968||Karl Anselm owns property in Scotland - is a now pay to view link|
|22.53584||Prince||Wilhelm Albert von Urach||1957||Karen von Brauchitsch||1959|
|22.53585||Prince||Eberhard Friedrich von Urach||1962||Baroness||Daniela von und zu Bodman||1963|
|22.5359||Princess||Mechthilde von Urach||1912||2001||Prince||Friedrich Karl III of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst (8th Prince of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst)||1908||1982|
|22.53591||Prince||Friedrich Karl IV of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst (9th Prince of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst)||1933||2017||Marie Gabriele von Rantzau||1942||Death announcement of Prince Friedrich Karl. An article following the death of Prince Friedrich Karl|
|22.53592||Prince||Hubertus Ludwig of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1935||Baroness||Adelheid von Ow||1937||For some unknown reason Prince Hubertus Ludwig did not succeed his elder brother Prince Friedrich Karl is the Head of the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst|
|22.535921||Princess||Antonia Maria of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1961||Eberhard von Alten||1954|
|22.535922||Prince||Felix Friedrich of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst (10 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst)||1963||Barbara Ross Dabney||1966||Prince Felix Friedrich is the present Head of the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst|
|22.535923||Prince||Franz Nikolaus of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1965||Vera Bülow||1969|
|22.535924||Prince||Maximilian Michael of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1967||Jutta Mössner||1967|
|22.53593||Princess||Amélie Elisabeth of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1936||1985||Count||Clemens von Matuschka||1928|
|22.53594||Princess||Therese Maria of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1938||Count||Joseph Hubert von Neipperg||1918||Joseph Hubert is the present Head of the Countly House of Neipperg. He is also a great great grandson of
Count Adam Adalbert von Neipperg (1775-1829) and his first wife Countess Theresia von Pola..
Joseph Hubert's son from his first marriage in 1950 to Countess Marie Franziska von Ledebur-Wicheln (1920-1984) is Karl-Eugen (1951- ) who is married to Archduchess Andrea of Austria
|22.53595||Princess||Hilda Carola of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst||1943||Prince||Joseph von Croÿ||1941|
|22.536||Prince||Karl Josef von Urach||1865||1925|
|22.54||Count||August of Württemberg||1811||1812|
|22.55||Count||Konstantin of Württemberg||1814||1824|
|22.56||Countess||Marie of Württemberg||1815||1866||Count||Wilhelm von Taubenheim||1805||1894|
|22.6||Duke||Ferdinand of Württemberg||1763||1834||Princess||Albertine von Schwarzburg-Sondershausen||1771||1829|
|22.6||Duke||Ferdinand of Württemberg||1763||1834||Princess||Pauline von Metternich-Winneburg||1771||1855|
|22.7||Duchess||Friederike of Württemberg||1765||1785||Duke||Peter I of Oldenburg||1755||1829||See 31 - Peter succeeded his cousin Wilhelm (1754 - 1823) as Duke of Oldenburg. Wilhelm's father Friedrich August (1711-1785) was Duke of Holstein-Gottorp and was ceded Oldenburg on 14 December 1773 by his cousin Paul (later Emperor Paul I of all the Russias). Oldenburg was elevated from a County to a Duchy in 29 December 1774 (publicly announced on 22 March 1777) with further elevation to a Grand Duchy on 9 June 1815. However the title of Grand Duke was not used until the accession of Duke Peter's son August in 1829|
|22.8||Duchess||Elizabeth of Württemberg||1767||1790||Emperor||Franz I of Austria||1768||1835||See
Franz assumed the title of Emperor of Austria on 11 August 1804 and on 6 August 1806 became the last Holy Roman Emperor on its dissolution.
Emperor Franz was married four times:
First - Duchess Elizabeth of Württemberg
Second - Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Third - Archduchess Maria Ludowika of Austria-Este (Modena)
Fourth - Princess Charlotte "Karoline" Augustes of Bavaria
|22.9||Duchess||Willemena of Württemberg||1768||1768|
|22.J||Duke||Karl Friedrich of Württemberg||1770||1791|
|22.K||Duke||Alexander of Württemberg||1771||1833||Princess||Antoinette of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1779||1824||See 28.2|
|22.K1||Duchess||Marie of Württemberg||1799||1860||Duke||Ernst I of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1784||1844||See
28.4 - The uncle of Ernst's first wife Luise's was the last duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg who died in 1826 which resulted in a rearrangement of the Saxony Duchies.
Ernst was in the process of divorcing Luise 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.
A report on the death of Duke Ernst.
|22.K2||Duke||Konstantine of Württemberg||1800||1802|
|22.K3||Duke||Alexander of Württemberg||1804||1881||Princess||Marie of Orleans||1813||1839||See 13.3|
|22.K3||Duke||Alexander of Württemberg||1804||1881||Princess||Katharina Amalie Pfennigkäufer||1829||1915||Katharina Amalie's surname was later changed to Meyernberg|
|22.K31||Duke||Philipp of Württemberg||1838||1917||Archduchess||Marie of Austria (Teschen Line)||1845||1927||See 44.21|
|22.K311||Duke||Albrecht of Württemberg||1865||1939||Archduchess||Margarete Sophie of Austria||1870||1902||See 19.J34|
|22.K3111||Duke||Philipp-Albrecht of Württemberg||1893||1975||Archduchess||Helena of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1903||1924||See 20.3552 - Helena died a week after giving birth to her daughter Marie Christine. Following Archduchess Helena's death, Duke Philipp-Albrecht married secondly her sister Archduchess Rosa of Austria (Tuscany Line)|
|22.K3111||Duke||Philipp-Albrecht of Württemberg||1893||1975||Archduchess||Rosa of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1906||1983||See 20.3554 - Duke Philipp-Albrecht married firstly Archduchess Helena of Austria (Tuscany Line) a sister of Archduchess Rosa|
|22.K31111||Duchess||Marie Christine of Württemberg||1924||Prince||Georg of Liechtenstein||1911||1998||See 41.34|
|22.K31112||Duchess||Helene of Württemberg||1929||Marquess||Federico von Pallavicini||1924|
|22.K31113||Duke||Ludwig of Württemberg||1930||Baroness||Adelheid von Bodman||1938||Ludwig renounced his rights of succession on 29 January 1959 for himself and his descendants because his marriage to Adelheid von Bodman was not equal.|
|22.K31113||Duke||Ludwig of Württemberg||1930||Angelika Kiessig||1942||Ludwig renounced his rights of succession on 29 January 1959 for himself and his descendants because his marriage to his first wife Adelheid von Bodman was not equal. Neither was his second marriage to Angelika Kiessig equal.|
|22.K31114||Duchess||Elisabeth of Württemberg||1933||Prince||Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1929||See 37.554l1|
|22.K31115||Duchess||Marie Theresa of Württemberg||1934||Prince||Henri of Orleans (Count of Paris)||1933||See 13.12542 - Henri is the present Head of the Royal House of Orleans (France). Marie Theresa was granted the title Duchess of Montpensier by her father in law the Count of Paris on 27 February 1984 shortly after her divorce from Henri.|
|22.K31116||Duke||Carl of Württemberg||1936||Princess||Diane of Orleans||1940||See 13.12546 - Carl is the present Head of the Royal House of Württemberg|
|22.K311161||Hereditary Duke||Friedrich of Württemberg||1961||2018||Princess||Wilhelmine Marie of Wied||1973||See 33.821222 - Hereditary Duke Friedrich died as a result of a car accident|
|22.K3111611||Duke||Wilhelm of Württemberg||1994|
|22.K3111612||Duchess||Marie-Amélie of Württemberg||1996|
|22.K3111613||Duchess||Sophie-Dorothee of Württemberg||1997|
|22.K311162||Duchess||Mathilde of Württemberg||1962||Hereditary Count||Erich von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1962||See 28.1225414|
|22.K311163||Duke||Eberhard of Württemberg||1963||Lucia Desiree Copf||1969|
|22.K311164||Duke||Phillip Albrecht of Württemberg||1964||Princess||Marie Caroline of Bavaria (and Duchess in Bavaria)||1969||See 18.1511342|
|22.K3111641||Duchess||Sophie of Württemberg||1994|
|22.K3111642||Duchess||Pauline of Württemberg||1997|
|22.K3111643||Duke||Carl of Württemberg||1999|
|22.K3111644||Duchess||Anna of Württemberg||2007|
|22.K311165||Duke||Michael Heinrich of Württemberg||1965||Julia Storz||1965|
|22.K311166||Duchess||Eleonore "Fleur" of Württemberg||1977||Count||Moritz von Goëss||1966||See 44.321453|
|22.K31117||Duchess||Marie Antoinette of Württemberg||1937||2004|
|22.K3112||Duke||Albrecht Eugen of Württemberg||1895||1954||Princess||Nadejda of Bulgaria||1899||1958||See 17.4 - An announcement on the betrothal of Nadejda to Albrecht Eugen, although the date of the announcement is some four months after their marriage on 24 January 1924.|
|22.K31121||Duke||Ferdinand of Württemberg||1925|
|22.K31122||Duchess||Margarethe Louise of Württemberg||1928||2017||Viscount||Francois Luce-Bailly de Chevigny||1928||Duchess Margarethe has a son Patrick de La Lanne-Mirrlees (born 1962) from a long time relationship with Robin Ian Evelyn Grinnell-Milne (1925-2012)|
|22.K31123||Duke||Eugen Eberhard of Württemberg||1930||Archduchess||Alexandra of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1935||See 20.38273|
|22.K31124||Duke||Alexander Eugen of Württemberg||1933|
|22.K31125||Duchess||Sophie of Württemberg||1937||Antonio de Ramos-Bandeira||1937||1987|
|22.K3113||Duke||Carl Alexander of Württemberg||1896||1964||Carl became a Benedictine monk and was ordained as a priest in 1926 as
Father Odo. In late 1940 he had to strenuously deny that he was in the United States of America as a
peace emissary of Adolf Hitler.
An interesting Guardian article on Wallis Simpson, the Nazi minister, the telltale monk (this being Father Odo) and an FBI plot.
Some interesting facets on Father Odo, the priest who didn’t back down in the face of Hitler
|22.K3114||Duchess||Marie-Amelia of Württemberg||1897||1923|
|22.K3115||Duchess||Marie-Theresia of Württemberg||1898||1928|
|22.K3116||Duchess||Maria Elisabeth of Württemberg||1899||1900|
|22.K3117||Duchess||Margarethe of Württemberg||1902||1945|
|22.K312||Duchess||Marie Amalie of Württemberg||1865||1883|
|22.K313||Duchess||Marie Isabell of Württemberg||1871||1904||Prince||Johann Georg of Saxony||1869||1938||See 26.6656|
|22.K314||Duke||Robert of Württemberg||1873||1947||Archduchess||Maria Immakulata of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1878||1968||See 20.387|
|22.K315||Duke||Ulrich Maria of Württemberg||1877||1944|
|22.K4||Duke||Ernst of Württemberg||1807||1868||Natalie Eischborn||1829||1905||Natalie was created Countess von Grunhof on 21 August 1860|
|22.K5||Duke||Friedrich of Württemberg||1810||1815|
|22.L||Duke||Heinrich of Württemberg||1772||1833||Karoline Alexei||1799||1853||Karoline was created Baroness von Hochberg und Rottenburg in September 1807, and Countess von Urach 13 November 1825|
|22.L1||Baroness||Luise von Hochberg und Rottenburg||1799||?|
|22.L2||Baroness||Henriette von Hochberg und Rottenburg||1801||?|
|22.L3||Baroness||Marie von Hochberg und Rottenburg||1802||1882||Prince||Karl-Ludwig zu Hohenlohe-Kirchberg||1780||1861||Marie was created Countess von Urach 16 Jan 1821.
Hohenlohe-Kirchberg was partitioned from the County of Hohenlohe-Langenburg in 1701 and was raised from a County to a Principality in 1764. The death of Karl-Ludwig in 1861 brought an end to the Princely line of Hohenlohe-Kirchberg.
|22.L4||Baroness||Alexandrine von Hochberg und Rottenburg||1803||1884||Count||Karl von Arpeau und Gallatin||1802||1877||Alexandrine was created Countess von Urach 13 Nov 1825|
|22.L5||Baroness||Elisabeth von Hochberg und Rottenburg||1805||1819|