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Note: Members of the Royal House of Württemberg bore the title of Prince or Princess of Württemberg. With the establishment of the Württemberg Kingdom in 1806: the brothers of King Friedrich I with their wives and children assumed the title of Duke or Duchess of Württemberg


REFERENCE TITLE NAME BORN DIED   TITLE NAME BORN DIED COMMENTS
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    
22.1231212 Prince Jean-Christophe Bonaparte 1986            
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 42.3 - 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          
22.14213   Stillborn daughter 1882 1882          
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 1.22
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   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     Marie Gabriele von Rantzau 1942   Prince Friedrich Karl is the present Head of the Princely House of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst
22.53592 Prince Hubertus Ludwig of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst 1935   Baroness Adelheid von Ow 1937    
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 19 - 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   Princess Wilhelmine Marie of Wied 1973   See 33.821222
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   Viscount  Francois Luce-Bailly de Chevigny 1928    
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          

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