|32||Grand Duke||Karl Friedrich of Baden||1728||1811||Landgravine||Caroline of Hesse-Darmstadt||1723||1783||Karl Friedrich was the Margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1746 to 1771 and following the extinction of the Baden-Baden line in 1771 (with the death of the childless Margrave August-George of Baden-Baden (1706-1771) ) he became Margrave of Baden. Karl Friedrich became Elector in 1803 and Grand Duke in 1806.|
|32||Grand Duke||Karl Friedrich of Baden||1728||1811||Karoline Luise Geyer von Geyersberg||1768||1820||Karl Friedrich was the Margrave of Baden-Durlach from 1746 to 1771 and following the extinction of the Baden-Baden line in 1771 (with the death of the childless Margrave August-George of Baden-Baden (1706-1771) ) he became Margrave of Baden. Karl Friedrich became Elector in 1803 and Grand Duke in 1806. Karoline Luise was created Baroness von Hochberg in 1787,Countess von Hochberg in 1796 and Princess of Baden in 1817|
|32.1||Hereditary Prince||Karl Ludwig of Baden||1755||1801||Landgravine||Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt||1754||1832||Karl Ludwig died from a sled accident whilst visiting his daughter Queen Friederike of Sweden|
|32.11||Princess||Katherina of Baden||1776||1823|
|32.12||Princess||Karoline of Baden||1776||1841||King||Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria||1756||1825||See 18 - Maximilian was born Count Maximilian of Birkenfeld-Zweibruken, succeeding his brother Karl (1746-1795) as Duke of Zweibruken in 1795. He succeeded his very distant cousin Karl Theodore as Elector of Bavaria in 1799, culminating as the first King of Bavaria on 1 January 1806 following the signing of Treaty of Pressburg on 26 December 1805.|
|32.13||Princess||Luise of Baden||1779||1826||Emperor||Alexander I of all the Russias||1777||1825||See 4.1 - Luise took the name "Elisaveta Alexeievna" on her marriage.|
|32.14||Princess||Friederike of Baden||1781||1826||King||Gustaf IV Adolf of Sweden||1778||1837||Gustaf was forcibly dethroned on 29 March 1809 having been arrested by Generals on 13 March following futile campaigns in which Sweden lost Finland to Russia. In December 1809 Gustaf and his family were transported to Germany. In exile Gustaf used several titles, Count Gottorp, Duke of Holstein-Eutin, and finally settled at St. Gallen in Switzerland where he lived in great loneliness and indigence, under the name of Colonel Gustafsson. It was there that he suffered a stroke and died. Gustaf was succeeded by his Uncle King Carl XIII|
|32.141||Crown Prince||Gustaf of Sweden (Prince of Vasa)||1799||1877||Princess||Luise Amalie of Baden||1811||1854||See 32.171 - Gustaf was created Prince of Vasa in 1829 by Emperor Franz I(II) of Austria|
|32.1411||Princess||Karola Frederikke of Sweden (Vasa line)||1833||1907||King||Albrecht of Saxony||1828||1902||See
There were reports in 1852 that Karola was to be married to Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte at that time President of France and later Emperor Napoleon III of the French.
New York Time Report on the death of Dowager Queen Karola.
Obituary of King Albrecht.
|32.142||Princess||Sophie of Sweden||1801||1865||Grand Duke||Karl Leopold of Baden||1790||1852||See 32.5|
|32.143||Prince||Carl Gustaf of Sweden (Duke of Finland)||1802||1805|
|32.144||Princess||Amalia of Sweden||1805||1853|
|32.145||Princess||Cecilie of Sweden||1807||1844||Grand Duke||August of Oldenburg||1783||1853||See 31.1|
|32.15||Princess||Marie of Baden||1782||1808||Duke||Friedrich Wilhelm of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel||1771||1815||Friedrich Wilhelm was killed in action in Quatre
Bas at the battle of Waterloo.
His sister Duchess Auguste of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel was married to the future King Friedrich I of Württemberg
|32.151||Duke||Karl III of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel||1804||1873||Karl III was extremely unpopular and was deposed in 1830 and driven out of the country.
He was extremely rich and just a "bit" eccentric.
It was reported in 1824 that there was no doubt that Karl was to marry Princess Luise of Prussia. Obviously this report was off target since Luise married Prince Frederik of the Netherlands in 1825.
Karl had a liaison with Lady Charlotte Colville with whom he had an illegitimate daughter Elisabeth Wilhelmine who he created Countess of Colmar. Elisabeth married Pierre Antoine Eugene du Collin, Count of Civry
|32.152||Duke||Wilhelm of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel||1806||1884||The death of Wilhelm brought this line of Brunswick to an end. In theory the Duchy should have passed to the Kings of Hanover, but as
George V (King of Hanover) was strongly anti-Prussian a delaying tactic was employed by Prussia until 1913 when the Duchy finally passed to
Prince Ernst August of Hanover (Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg).
The duchy was governed by regents between 1885 and 1913.
A report on the death of Wilhelm and details of his duchy Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
|32.16||Prince||Karl Friedrich of Baden||1784||1785|
|32.17||Grand Duke||Karl Ludwig of Baden||1786||1818||Princess||Stephanie de Beauharnais||1789||1860||Stephanie's father Claude de Beauharnais was a first cousin to Alexandre, Vicomte de Beauharnais. Napoleon Bonaparte adopted Stephanie and named her "Princesse Française" (Princess of France) this was to enable Napoleon to secure an alliance with the Prince-elector of Baden|
|32.171||Princess||Luise Amalie of Baden||1811||1854||Crown Prince||Gustaf of Sweden (Prince of Vasa)||1799||1877||See 32.141|
|32.172||Prince||"Son" of Baden||1812||1812||There's a rumour this child was kidnapped and raised as Kaspar Hauser. The rumour also implicates his step-grandmother Countess von Hochberg in this supposed kidnapping.|
|32.173||Princess||Josephine of Baden||1813||1900||Prince||Karl Anton of Hohenzollern||1811||1885||See 6|
|32.174||Prince||Alexander of Baden||1816||1816|
|32.175||Princess||Marie Amalie of Baden||1817||1888||William Douglas Hamilton (11 th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon)||1811||1863||William Douglas Hamilton died after falling down the stairs of the Maison Doree on the Boulevard des Italiens in Paris|
|32.1751||William Alexander Douglas-Hamilton (12th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon)||1845||1895||Lady||Mary Louise Montagu||1854||1934||William Alexander Douglas-Hamilton was succeeded as 13th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon by his fourth cousin Alfred Douglas (1862-1940)|
|32.17511||Mary Louise Douglas-Hamilton||1884||1957||James Graham (6th Duke of Montrose)||1878||1954||Birth Registration of
Mary Louise Douglas-Hamilton
Marriage Registration of Mary Louise Douglas-Hamilton and James Graham
|32.1752||Charles George Douglas-Hamilton (7th Earl of Selkirk)||1847||1886|
|32.1753||Lady||Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton||1850||1922||Prince||Albert Honoré Charles of Monaco||1848||1922||See
46.211 - Albert Honoré and his wife Mary Douglas-Hamilton separated one year after their marriage in
1869 which was not annulled until 1880.
The Pope appointed a special commission to look at the case for the annulment of the marriage, due to an unsatisfactory conclusion the Pope appointed a second commission which finally annulled the marriage.
Prince Albert had a great interest in science including that of oceanography and was instrumental in devising a number of techniques and instruments used for measurement and exploration of the oceans.
|32.1753||Lady||Mary Victoria Douglas-Hamilton||1850||1922||Count||Tassilo Festetics von Tolna||1850||1933||Tassilo was created Fürst Festetics von Tolna in 1911.
A somewhat off target article on the supposed marriage of Mary Victoria to a gipsy violinist named Myary and her supposed disinheritance by her father the 11 th Duke of Hamilton
|32.17531||Countess||Maria Mathilde Festetics von Tolna||1881||1953||Prince||Karl Emil zu Fürstenberg||1867||1945||See 32.842|
|32.17532||Prince||Georg Tassilo Festetics von Tolna||1882||1941||Countess||Marie Franziska von Haugwitz||1900||1972|
|32.17533||Countess||Alexandra Olga Festetics von Tolna||1884||1963||Prince||Karl of Windisch-Graetz||1871||1915||Karl's grandfather Weriand (1790-1867) was created Fürst zu Windisch-Graetz (Line II) on 18 May 1822. Weriand's elder brother Alfred (1787-1862) having been created Fürst zu Windisch-Graetz (Line I) on 24 May 1804|
|32.17533||Countess||Alexandra Olga Festetics von Tolna||1884||1963||Prince||Erwin zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, von Ratibor und Corvey||1890||1950|
|32.175331||Prince||Tassilo Erwin zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, von Ratibor und Corvey||1918||1979||Countess||Antoinette von Seilern und Aspang||1925|
|32.175332||Prince||Constantin Friedrich zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, von Ratibor und Corvey||1949||Constantin Friedrich succeeded his distant cousin Prince Karl-Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst (1926-2005) as Fürst zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst|
|32.17534||Countess||Karola-Friederike Festetics von Tolna||1888||1951||Baron||Oskar Gautsch von Frankenthurn||1879||1958|
|32.18||Princess||Wilhelmina of Baden||1788||1836||Grand Duke||Ludwig II of Hesse and by Rhine||1777||1848||See 5.1|
|32.2||Prince||Friedrich Ludwig of Baden||1756||1817||Princess||Luise of Nassau-Usingen||1776||1829|
|32.3||Grand Duke||Ludwig I of Baden||1763||1830||Ludwig I had a number of illegitimate offspring, please see Hein Bruin's Web Page on Grand Duke Ludwig I of Baden for further details|
|32.4||Princess||Luise of Baden||1767||1767|
|32.5||Grand Duke||Karl Leopold of Baden||1790||1852||Princess||Sophie of Sweden||1801||1865||See 32.142 - An interesting (possibly far fetched) article which appeared in The New York Times regarding the possible succession in Baden following the death of Grand Duke Karl Leopold. There is one genealogical error in the article, which mentions Karl Leopold's father Grand Duke Ludwig I was a younger brother of Grand Duke Karl Ludwig (who was married to Stephanie de Beauharnais). In fact Ludwig I was an uncle to Karl Ludwig.|
|32.51||Princess||Alexandrine Luise of Baden||1820||1904||Duke||Ernst II of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1818||1893||See 28.41 - Ernst was succeeded as Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha by his nephew Prince Alfred of Great Britain (Duke of Edinburgh)|
|32.52||Prince||Ludwig Karl of Baden||1822||1822|
|32.53||Grand Duke||Ludig II of Baden||1824||1858||Ludwig II succeeded his father as Grand Duke of Baden in 1852 but due to a mental illness his brother Friedrich acted as Regent from 1852 to 1856. Ludwig II was succeeded as Grand Duke by his brother Friedrich on 5 September 1856 as there was no hope of Ludwig II making a recovery.|
|32.54||Grand Duke||Friedrich I of Baden||1826||1907||Princess||Luise of Prussia||1838||1923||See
11.22 - A sensation caused in Germany when the Czar of Russia
declined to meet Grand Friedrich I.
An article attributed to Marquise de Fontenoy in 1894 was suggesting that Grand Duke Friedrich I was converting from Lutheran faith to the Roman Catholic faith.
The New York Times report on the death of Grand Duke Friedrich I
|32.541||Grand Duke||Friedrich II of Baden||1857||1928||Princess||Hilda of Luxemburg||1864||1952||See
34.6 - A report on an attempted knife attack on Friedrich.
Friedrich abdicated his throne on 22 November 1918
|32.542||Princess||Viktoria of Baden||1862||1930||King||Gustaf V of Sweden||1858||1950||See
3.131 - Viktoria being the great granddaughter of King Gustaf IV
Adolf of Sweden (Vasa line) reunited the Vasa line of Sweden with the Bernadotte line.
Report on the death of Viktoria, Queen of Sweden
|32.543||Prince||Ludwig Wilhelm of Baden||1865||1888|
|32.55||Prince||Ludwig Wilhelm of Baden||1829||1897||Princess||Maria Romanovsky||1841||1914||See 18.272|
|32.551||Princess||Sophie Marie of Baden||1865||1939||Duke||Friedrich II of Anhalt||1856||1918||See 24.7332|
|32.552||Margrave||Maximilian "Max" of Baden||1867||1929||Princess||Marie Louise of Hanover (Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg)||1879||1948||See
25.111 - Maximilan "Max" was appointed German Chancellor on 3 October 1918 and placed in charge of obtaining a negotiated peace with the allies. He resigned his office on 9 November 1918. Max who was Heir Apparent to the Throne of Baden, renounced all claims to the Succession for himself and his heirs on 22 November 1918, coincidentally with the Abdication of
Grand Duke Friedrich II of Baden.
It was reported in early 1919 that the German Democratic parties were going to nominate Prince Maximilian of Baden as the first president of the German Republic.
An interesting article on the betrothal of Max and Marie Louise.
A genealogical biased article on Max
|32.5521||Princess||Marie Alexandra Louise of Baden||1902||1944||Prince||Wolfgang of Hesse-Cassel||1896||1989||See
45.41454 - Princess Marie was killed in an Allied bombing raid in Frankfurt-am-Main.
Prince Wolfgang was the last surviving descendant of Queen Victoria who was born during her lifetime.
|32.5522||Margrave||Berthold of Baden||1906||1963||Princess||Theodora of Greece and Denmark||1906||1969||See 16.72|
|32.55221 - QVD||Princess||Margarita of Baden||1932||2013||Prince||Tomislav of Yugoslavia||1928||2000||See
A near escape by Prince Tomislav from death when he fell from the Palace balcony when aged 2 years.
A report on the wedding of Princess Margarita and Prince Tomislav.
Arturo Beéche provides a fitting tribute to Princess Margarita of Baden in his blog report on her death.
"The Telegraph" obituary of Princess Margarita of Baden
|32.55222 - QVD||Margrave||Maximilian "Max" of Baden||1933||2022||Archduchess||Valerie of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1941||See 20.38339 - Report on the death of Margrave Maximilian|
|32.552221 - QVD||Princess||Marie Louise of Baden||1969||Richard Baker||1936|
|32.5522211 - QVD||Sofia Baker||2001|
|32.552222 - QVD||Margrave||Bernard of Baden||1970||Stephanie Kaul||1966||Bernard is the present head of the Grand Ducal House of Baden|
|32.5522221 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Leopold Bernard of Baden||2002|
|32.5522222 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich Bernhard of Baden||2004|
|32.5522223 - QVD||Prince||Karl-Wilhelm Bernhard of Baden||2006|
|32.552223 - QVD||Prince||Leopold of Baden||1971|
|32.552224 - QVD||Prince||Michael of Baden||1976||Christina Höhne||1977?|
|32.55223 - QVD||Prince||Ludwig of Baden||1937||Princess||Anna Maria "Marianne" of Auersperg-Breunner||1943||Anna Maria is a sister of Prince Heinrich of Auersperg-Breunner|
|32.552231 - QVD||Princess||Sophie of Baden||1975|
|32.552232 - QVD||Prince||Berthold of Baden||1976||Nina Schröder||?|
|32.5522321 - QVD||Princess||Hilda of Baden||2021|
|32.552233 - QVD||Princess||Aglaë of Baden||1981||Wolf von Trotha||?|
|32.56||Prince||Karl Friedrich of Baden||1832||1906||Baroness||Rosalie Luise von Beust||1845||1908||Rosalie was created Countess von Rhena on 8 May 1871 by the Grand Duke of Baden|
|32.561||Baron||Friedrich Maximilian von Rhena||1877||1908|
|32.57||Princess||Marie "Molly" of Baden||1834||1899||Prince||Ernst of Leiningen (4th Prince of Leiningen)||1830||1904||See
39.21 - Ernest was an Admiral in the British Royal Navy.
It was reported in 1853 that Ernest whilst serving as a midshipman on the British ship-of-war Hastings accidently shot and killed a fellow midshipman Marquis de Lisbod. This obviously didn't have an affect on his future promotions.
He was promoted from Captain to Rear Admiral in December 1876, it may be interesting to note that at the same time his cousin Prince Viktor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Count Gleichen was promoted to Rear Admiral on the Retired List.
Ernest was further promoted from Rear Admiral to Vice Admiral in December 1881
Oh dear, the newspapers in 1884 were hostile to Prince Ernest.
He was further promoted from Vice Admiral to Admiral in July 1887.
Ernest as an Admiral was placed on the Retired List in November 1895.
Death announcemnet of Prince Erenst
|32.58||Princess||Cecile of Baden||1839||1891||Grand Duke||Michael of Russia||1832||1909||See
4.98 - Cecile took the name Olga Feodorovna following her marriage.
It was reported Cecile committed suicide on 12 April 1891 by stabbing herself with a poniard (i.e. a dagger). The report said Cecile was so overcome by grief at the disgrace which had befallen her son Grand Duke Michael of Russia on his marriage to Countess Sophie of Merenberg on 26 February 1891.
|32.6||Prince||Wilhelm of Baden||1792||1859||Duchess||Elisabeth of Württemberg||1802||1864||See 22.25|
|32.61||Princess||Henriette of Baden||1833||1834|
|32.62||Princess||Sophie of Baden||1834||1904||Prince||Waldemar of Lippe-Detmold||1824||1895||Waldemar was succeeded as Prince (Fürst) of Lippe-Detmold in name only by his unmarried brother Karl Alexander (1831-1905) who's death brought an end to the Detmold line of Lippe. Alexander suffered from a mental illness necessitating a
Regency to exercise power on his behalf.
A brief report on the death of Prince Waldemar
|32.63||Princess||Elisabeth of Baden||1835||1891|
|32.64||Princess||Leopoldine of Baden||1837||1903||Prince||Hermann of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (6 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1832||1913||See 39.33|
|32.7||Baron||Friedrich von Hochberg||1793||1793|
|32.8||Princess||Amelie of Baden||1795||1869||Prince||Karl Egon II zu Fürstenberg (5th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1796||1854||Karl Egon II succeeded his distant cousin Karl Joachim Aloys Franz de Paula (1777-1846) as Fürst zu Fürstenberg.|
|32.81||Princess||Marie Elisabeth zu Fürstenberg||1819||1897|
|32.82||Prince||Karl Egon III zu Fürstenberg (6th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1820||1892||Princess||Elisabeth Henriette Reuss-Greiz||1824||1861|
|32.821||Princess||Amélie Karoline zu Fürstenberg||1848||1918|
|32.822||Prince||Karl Egon IV zu Fürstenberg (7th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1852||1896||Dorothée de Talleyrand-Périgord||1862||1948|
|32.83||Princess||Maria Amalie zu Fürstenberg||1821||1899||Duke||Viktor I von Ratibor und (1st) Fürst von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1818||1893||Viktor was an older brother to Prince Chlodwig of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst, Fürst von Ratibor und Corvey (1819 – 1901) who served as Chancellor of Germany and Prime Minister of Prussia from 1894 to 1900.
*** Note the way the designations of the Princely titles are interchanged between the two brothers ***
|32.831||Princess||Amalie von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1846||1847|
|32.832||Duke||Viktor II, von Ratibor und (2nd) Fürst von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1847||1923||Countess||Maria Breunner-Enkevoirth||1856||1929|
|32.8321||Duke||Viktor III, von Ratibor und (3rd) Fürst von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst-Breunner-Enkevoirth||1879||1945||Princess||Elisabeth zu Oettingen-Oettingen und Oettingen-Spielberg||1886||1976|
|32.83211||Princess||Marie Agathe von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1911||1971||Edmundo Lassalle y Garcia Mayén||1914||1974||
An interesting account of Edmundo is in the book Edmundo by Robert Huddleston. Robert Huddleston is the son-in-law of Edmundo
Lassalle, Edmundo died prior to Robert marrying his daughter Pepita Lassalle.
The book mentions Edmundo took his own life whilst living in London.
Death Registration of Edmundo Lassalle y Garcia Mayén (a.k.a. Edmundo Lassalle)
|32.83212||Princess||Sophie Agathe von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1912||1981||Count||Friedrich Leopold Praschma und Baron von Bilkau||1900||2000|
|32.83213||Princess||Eleonore Marie von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1914||1993|
|32.83214||Prince||Viktor Albrecht von Ratibor und Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1916||1939||Viktor was killed in action at Modlin, Poland|
|32.83215||Princess||Klementine Gabriele von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1918||2005||Prince||Anton von Croÿ||1909||1976|
|32.83216||Duke||Franz Albrecht von Ratibor and Prince (Fürst) von Corvey (4 th Duke von Ratibor and 4 th Prince von Corvey), Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1920||2009||Altgräfin||Isabelle of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Krautheim and Dyck||1939||See 44.32144|
|32.832161||Prince||Viktor von Ratibor und von Corvey (5 th Duke von Ratibor and 5 th Prince von Corvey), Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1964||Alexandra von Wohlgemuth||1969|
|32.832162||Prince||Tassilo von Ratibor und von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1965||Countess||Clarissa of Toerring-Jettenbach||1965||See 18.K52111|
|32.832163||Prince||Stephan Aloysius von Ratibor und von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1968||Kathleen Dee Robbins||1969|
|32.832164||Prince||Benedikt Christian von Ratibor und von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1971||Anna-Christine von Oswald||1973|
|32.832165||Prince||Philipp Stanislaus von Ratibor und von Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1976||Countess||Assunta Calice||1977||Birth Registration of Assunta Calice|
|32.8322||Prince||Johann von Ratibor und Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1882||1948||Princess||Maria Gabriele of Windisch-Graetz||1898||1992||See 23.11239|
|32.8323||Princess||Agathe von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1888||1960||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Prussia||1880||1925||See 11.923 - It was reported that Agathe who married on 8 Jun 1910 was excommunicated by the Roman Catholic for marrying Friedrich Wilhelm|
|32.8324||Princess||Margarete von Ratibor und Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1894||1973|
|32.833||Prince||Franz von Ratibor und Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1849||1925||Countess||Marie Agnes zu Solms-Baruth||1856||1941|
|32.834||Princess||Elisabeth von Ratibor u Corvey, Princess zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1851||1928|
|32.835||Prince||Egon Moritz von Ratibor u Corvey, Prince zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst||1853||1896||Princess||Leopoldine von Lobkowicz||1867||1936|
|32.84||Prince||Maximilian Egon I zu Fürstenberg||1822||1873||Countess||Leontine von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1843||1914||Leontine married secondly Maximilian Egon's brother Prince Emil Egon Maximilian zu Fürstenberg|
|32.841||Prince||Maximilian Egon II zu Fürstenberg (8th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1863||1941||Countess||Irma von Schönborn-Buchheim||1867||1948||An interesting article on Prince Maximilian Egon in which it reported his wealth and confidante to King Wilhelm II of Prussia (Emperor of Germany)|
|32.8411||Prince||Karl Egon V zu Fürstenberg (9th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1891||1973||Countess||Franziska von Nostitz-Rieneck||1902||1961|
|32.8412||Princess||Leontine zu Fürstenberg||1892||1979||Prince||Hugo Vinzenz Alexander of Windisch-Graetz||1887||1959||See 23.11232 - A report on the wedding of Leontine and Hugo Vinzenz which was attended by King Wilhelm II of Prussia (Emperor of Germany)|
|32.8413||Princess||Anna zu Fürstenberg||1894||1928||Prince||Franz von Khevenhüller-Metsch (8th Prince von Khevenhüller-Metsch)||1889||1977||*** TO BE EXPANDED OUT IN DUE COURSE ***|
|32.84131||Countess||Irma Maximiliane von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1914||1954||Silvio Scherz||1908||1973|
|32.84132||Countess||Melanie Irmavon Khevenhüller-Metsch||1915||1951||Count||Peter Draskovich von Trakostjan||1916||1993|
|32.84133||Prince||Max Alfred von Khevenhüller-Metsch (9th Prince von Khevenhüller-Metsch)||1919||2010||Countess||Wilhelmine Henckel von Donnersmarck||1932|
|32.84134||Countess||Helene Maria von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1921||2017||Prince||Konstantin of Bavaria||1920||1969||See 18.19121 - Konstantin died in an aeroplane accident at Hechingen.|
|32.84134||Countess||Helene Maria von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1921||2017||Prince||Eugen of Bavaria||1925||1997||See 18.15242|
|32.8414||Prince||Maximilian Egon zu Fürstenberg||1896||1959||Countess||Wilhelmine von Schönburg-Glauchau||1902||1964|
|32.84141||Princess||Maria Josepha zu Fürstenberg||1922||2008||Count||Günther von Hardenberg||1918||1985|
|32.841411||Countess||Beatrix von Hardenberg||1947||2020||Francisco de Paula Enrique de Borbón (5th Duke of Seville)||1943||Francisco de Paula Enrique is a direct descendant of Infante Enrique Maria of Spain (Duke of Seville) (1823-1870) see 37.534|
|32.84142||Prince||Joachim Egon zu Fürstenberg (10th Fürst zu Fürstenberg)||1923||2002||Countess||Paula of Königsegg-Aulendorf||1926||2019|
|32.842||Prince||Karl Emil Egon zu Fürstenberg||1867||1945||Countess||Maria Festetics von Tolna||1881||1953||See 32.17531|
|32.8421||Prince||Tassilo Egon zu Fürstenberg||1903||1989||Claire Agnelli||1920||2016||Claire is a granddaughter of Giovanni Agnelli (1866-1945) founder of the Fiat car manufacturer
Obituary on Claire Agnelli
|32.8421||Prince||Tassilo Egon zu Fürstenberg||1903||1989||Cecil "Titi" Blaffer||1919||2006||Cecil came from two illustrous Texas "Oil" families Her father was a founder of the Humble Oil Refining Co., now Exxon Mobil and her mother was the daughter of a founder of the Texas Company, now Texaco.|
|32.84211||Princess||Virginia "Ira" Carolina zu Fürstenberg||1940||Prince||Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1924||2003||Alfonso married "Ira" when she was fifteen years of age. Alfonso married secondly Jacqueline Lane (1943- ) with whom he has a daughter Princess Arriana Theresa (1975 - ).
An obituary on Alfonso
|32.84211||Princess||Virginia "Ira" Carolina zu Fürstenberg||1940||Francisco Pignatari||1916||1977|
|32.842111||Prince||Christoph "Kiko" Victorio of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1956||2006||Christoph died in unfortunate circumstances in a Bangkok prison. He was arrested over a falsified visa and died after seven days in detention, the exact cause of death not currently known.|
|32.842112||Prince||Hubertus of Hohenlohe-Langenburg||1959||Simona Gandolfi||?||A bunte.de article on the marriage of Hubertus and Simona|
|32.84212||Prince||Eduard Egon Peter zu Fürstenberg||1946||2004||Diane Halfin||1946||A short biography on Eduard Egon Peter zu Fürstenberg|
|32.84212||Prince||Eduard Egon Peter zu Fürstenberg||1946||2004||Lynn Marshall||1950?||An obituary on Egon zu Fürstenberg|
|32.842121||Prince||Alexandre Egon zu Fürstenberg||1970||Alexandra Miller||1972||Alexandra is a sister to Marie-Chantal Miller wife Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece|
|32.842122||Princess||Tatiana Desirée zu Fürstenberg||1971||Russell Steinberg||?|
|32.84213||Prince||Sebastian Egon zu Fürstenberg||1950||Elisabetta Guarnati||1951|
|32.8422||Princess||Antonie Leontine zu Fürstenberg||1905||1988||Prince||Karl zu Schwarzenberg (Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 6th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (Second Majorat))||1911||1986||See 28.122211|
|32.8423||Princess||Maria zu Fürstenberg||1907||1945|
|32.8424||Princess||Karoline zu Fürstenberg||1912||1930|
|32.8425||Prince||Georg Egon zu Fürstenberg||1923||2008||Countess||Christina von Colloredo-Mannsfeld||1940|
|32.8425||Prince||Georg Egon zu Fürstenberg||1923||2008||Victoria Taves Pullen||1957|
|32.85||Princess||Marie Henriette zu Fürstenberg||1823||1834|
|32.86||Prince||Emil Egon Maximilian zu Fürstenberg||1825||1899||Countess||Leontine von Khevenhüller-Metsch||1843||1914||Leontine married firstly Emil Egon Maximilian's brother Prince Maximilian Egon I zu Fürstenberg|
|32.861||Prince||Emil Egon zu Fürstenberg||1876||1964||Countess||Margarethe von Gecmen-Waldek||1904||1988|
|32.862||Princess||Elisabeth zu Fürstenberg||1878||1939||Altgraf||Karl zu Salm-Reifferscheidt-Raitz||1871||1927|
|32.863||Princess||Amalie zu Fürstenberg||1884||1929||Gustav von Koczian||1877||1958||Amalie caused a sensation in 1908 when she
eloped with Gustav who was acting as her chauffeur. They were married on
14 Jul 1908.
A quite interesting account of Gustav including his marriage to Amalie and his subsequent three further marriages.
|32.863||Princess||Amalie zu Fürstenberg||1884||1929||Gustav Scanzoni von Lichtenfels||1885||1977||According to this account Amalie married her divorce lawyer Gustav Scanzoni von Lichtenfels on 23 May 1917 just ten days after her divorce from her first husband Gustav von Koczian|
|32.87||Princess||Pauline zu Fürstenberg||1829||1900||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm Eugen Karl "Hugo" of Hohenlohe-Oehringen (1 st Duke von Ujest)||1816||1897||See
22.323 - Hugo was created
Duke von Ujest in 1861.
Obituary of Hugo
|32.9||Prince||Maximilian of Baden||1796||1882|