|6||Prince||Karl Anton of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Fürst)||1811||1885||Princess||Josephine of Baden||1813||1900||See
32.173 - Following the extinction of the Hohenzollern-Hechingen line in 1869, the Princes of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen adopted the title of Prince of Hohenzollern. Both the Hechingen and Sigmaringen lines ceded their sovereign rights to Prussia on 7 December 1849. Karl Anton was Prime Minister of Prussia from 1858 to 1862.
A brief report on the death of Karl Anton.
A brief report on the death of Josephine
|6.1||Prince||Leopold of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1835||1905||Infanta||Antonia of Portugal||1845||1913||See
12.416 - Leopold was offered the Spanish Crown in 1870 following a revolution in Spain on
30 September 1868 and the expulsion of Queen Isabel from Spain; the throne had been offered to three other
candidates who had all refused. France, however objected to Leopold's candidacy and eventually it led to the Franco-Prussian war
July 1870 - May 1871).
A more in-depth report on the circumstances surrounding the candidacy of Leopold to the Spanish Throne.
A brief mention on the death of Antonia which brought back memory of her husband's unintentional involvement in the circumstances leading up to the Franco-Prussian war.
Leopold died of "apoplexy" in Berlin just two days after attending the wedding of Crown Wilhelm of Prussia and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
|6.11||Prince||Wilhelm of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1864||1927||Princess||Maria Theresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1867||1909||See 37.5521 - Wilhelm renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in favour of his younger brother Ferdinand, but continued the princely line of Hohenzollern. Wilhelm lived in Bucharest for some time as Crown Prince of Roumania, he came to the conclusion that life as Crown Prince was less agreeable than that of a scion of the House of Hohenzollern, so he renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne and returned to Berlin to live.|
|6.11||Prince||Wilhelm of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1864||1927||Princess||Adelgunde of Bavaria||1870||1958||See 18.1512 - Wilhelm renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in favour of his younger brother Ferdinand, but continued the princely line of Hohenzollern. Wilhelm lived in Bucharest for some time as Crown Prince of Roumania, he came to the conclusion that life as Crown Prince was less agreeable than that of a scion of the House of Hohenzollern, so he renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne and returned to Berlin to live.|
|6.111||Princess||Auguste Viktoria of Hohenzollern||1890||1966||King||Manuel II of Portugal||1889||1932||See
12.41213 - Manuel was overthrown by a revolution on 5 October 1910 and was forced to
flee to England. Manuel suffered a terrible death by suffocation caused by an oedema of the glottis or larynx (depending on which source is consulted).
A report on the marriage of Manuel and Auguste Viktoria.
It would seem the marriage was possibly not too successful.
Death Registration of King Manuel II
The Twickenham Museum page on King Manuel II
|6.111||Princess||Auguste Viktoria of Hohenzollern||1890||1966||Count||Carl Robert Douglas||1880||1955||A newspaper article reporting on the intended marriage of
Auguste Viktoria to Count Robert Douglas
An interesting web site on the Count Douglas family
|6.112||Prince||Friedrich of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1891||1965||Princess||Margarita of Saxony||1900||1962||See
26.66545 - Prince Friedrich & Prince Franz Joseph were twins.
A brief newspaper article regarding the wedding of Prince Friedrich to Princess Margarita. The article mentions that Princess Margarita's uncle Prince Maximilian of Saxony officiated at the religious service.
|6.1121||Princess||Maria-Antonia of Hohenzollern||1921||2011||Count||Heinrich von Waldburg zu Wolfegg and Waldsee||1911||1972||Princess Maria-Antonia and Princess Marie Adelgunde are twins|
|6.1122||Princess||Marie Adelgunde of Hohenzollern||1921||2006||Prince||Konstantin of Bavaria||1920||1969||See 18.19121 - Princess Maria-Antonia and Princess Marie Adelgunde are twins. Konstantin died in an aeroplane accident at Hechingen.|
|6.1122||Princess||Marie Adelgunde of Hohenzollern||1921||2006||Werner Hess||1907|
|6.1122||Princess||Marie Adelgunde of Hohenzollern||1921||2006||Hans Huber||1909||2007|
|6.1123||Princess||Marie Theresia of Hohenzollern||1922||2004|
|6.1124||Prince||Friedrich Wilhelm of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1924||2010||Princess||Margarita of Leiningen||1932||1996||See 39.21234 - Obituary of Prince Friedrich Wilhelm|
|6.11241 - QVD||Prince||Karl Friedrich of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1952||Countess||Alexandra Schenk von Stauffenberg||1960||Prince Karl Friedrich is the present Head of the Princely House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.
Alexandra Schenk von Stauffenberg's grandfather Count Markwart Sebastian Schenk von Stauffenberg was a first cousin to Count Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg and his brother Count Berthold Schenk von Stauffenberg. Claus and Berthold were leading members of the failed plot on 20 July 1944 to kill Adolf Hitler and it was Claus who actually planted the bomb in the conference room being used by Hitler. Claus was executed the following day on 21 July and his brother Berthold later on 10 August 1944
|6.11241 - QVD||Prince||Karl Friedrich of Hohenzollern (Fürst)||1952||Katharina "Nina" de Zomer||1959||Prince Karl Friedrich is the present Head of the Princely House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen
Professional Web Site of Nina de Zomer (as at 24 October 2017 was shown as under construction)
|6.112411 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Alexander of Hohenzollern||1987|
|6.112412 - QVD||Princess||Philippa of Hohenzollern||1988|
|6.112413 - QVD||Princess||Flaminia of Hohenzollern||1992||Baron||Károly Stipsicz de Ternova||1991?||A brief report on the wedding|
|6.112414 - QVD||Princess||Antonia of Hohenzollern||1995|
|6.11242 - QVD||Prince||Albrecht of Hohenzollern||1954||Nathalie Viets-Rocabado||1970|
|6.112421 - QVD||Princess||Josefine of Hohenzollern||2002|
|6.112422 - QVD||Princess||Eugenia of Hohenzollern||2005|
|6.11243 - QVD||Prince||Ferdinand of Hohenzollern||1960||Countess||Ilona Kálnoky de Köröspatak||1968||Ilona is a sister of Countess Maria Kálnoky de Köröspatak (wife of Prince Constantin Ferdinand of Liechtenstein)|
|6.112431 - QVD||Prince||Aloys of Hohenzollern||1999|
|6.112432 - QVD||Prince||Fidelis of Hohenzollern||2001|
|6.112433 - QVD||Princess||Victoria of Hohenzollern||2004|
|6.1125||Prince||Franz Joseph of Hohenzollern||1926||1996||Princess||Maria Ferdinanda of Thurn and Taxis||1927||2018||See 24.463415|
|6.1125||Prince||Franz Joseph of Hohenzollern||1926||1996||Princess||Diane Marguerite of Bourbon-Parma||1932||2020||See
Marriage Registration of Franz Joseph and Diane Marguerite
|6.1126||Prince||Johann-Georg of Hohenzollern||1932||2016||Princess||Birgitta of Sweden||1937||See
3.131112 - A report on the intended civil (25 May 1961) and religious (30 May 1961)
marriage of Birgitta and Johann Georg.
A photograph of Birgitta and Johann Georg following their civil marriage.
A perhaps not too happy Princess at her religious ceremony of their wedding.
|6.11261 - QVD||Prince||Carl Christian of Hohenzollern||1962||Nicole Neschitsch||1968|
|6.112611 - QVD||Prince||Nicolas of Hohenzollern||1999|
|6.11262 - QVD||Princess||Désirée of Hohenzollern||1963||Count||Heinrich zu Ortenburg||1956|
|6.11262 - QVD||Princess||Désirée of Hohenzollern||1963||Eckbert von Bohlen und Halbach||1956|
|6.112621 - QVD||Hereditary Count||Carl-Theodor zu Ortenburg||1992|
|6.112622 - QVD||Count||Frederik-Hubertus zu Ortenburg||1995|
|6.112623 - QVD||Countess||Carolina zu Ortenburg||1997|
|6.11263 - QVD||Prince||Hubertus of Hohenzollern||1966||Uta Maria König||1964|
|6.112631 - QVD||Prince||Lennart of Hohenzollern||2001||2001|
|6.112632 - QVD||Princess||Vivianne of Hohenzollern||2009|
|6.1127||Prince||Ferfried of Hohenzollern||1943||2022||Angela von Morgen||1942||2019||Angela is a sister to the late
Erika von Morgen
A report on the tragic death of Angela von Morgen she was married secondly to Fritz Wepper)
|6.1127||Prince||Ferfried of Hohenzollern||1943||2022||Eliane Etter||1947|
|6.1127||Prince||Ferfried of Hohenzollern||1943||2022||Majea Meinert||1971|
|6.11271||Princess||Valerie Alexandra of Hohenzollern||1969||Peter Brenske||1956|
|6.11272||Princess||Stephanie Michaela of Hohenzollern||1971||Count||Hieronymus Wolff Metternich zur Gracht||1955|
|6.11272||Princess||Stephanie Michaela of Hohenzollern||1971||Martin Haag||1960||In a Bunte.de article dated 17/06/2009 it reported Stephanie was expecting a baby in the following November|
|6.11273||Princess||Henriette Annabelle of Hohenzollern||1978|
|6.11274||Prince||Moritz Johannes of Hohenzollern||1980||Heidi Irina Rodríguez Peñuela||1975||Moritz and Heidi started their own catering business in March 2013|
|6.113||Prince||Franz Joseph of Hohenzollern-Emden||1891||1964||Princess||Maria Alix of Saxony||1901||1990||See
26.66546 - Friedrich & Franz Joseph were twins.
Franz Joseph was allowed to add the name "Emden" to Hohenzollern by decree of the German Ministry of the Interior on 18 November 1933 as a tribute to
the German cruiser "Emden". Franz Joseph was 2nd Torpedo officer on the "Emden" and wrote a book
"EMDEN - THE LAST CRUISE OF THE CHIVALROUS RAIDER, 1914"
The "Emden" sank or captured thirty Allied merchant vessels and warships in 1914 before herself being run aground by her captain to prevent her from sinking after attack by the Australian cruiser Sydney. Some 130 men lost their lives on board the "Emden", the captain and surviving members of the crew which included Franz Joseph were held in captivity until the end of the war.
In October 1934 a memorial tablet was un-veiled on the new German cruiser Emden commemorating the exploits of the former cruiser Emden.
|6.1131||Prince||Karl Anton of Hohenzollern||1922||1993||Alexandra Afif-Gessaphe||1919||1996||Alexandra is sister of Robert de Afif-Gessaphe|
|6.1132||Prince||Meinrad of Hohenzollern||1925||2009||Baroness||Eddina von Kap-Herr||1938|
|6.11321||Princess||Stephanie-Antoinette of Hohenzollern||1974||Sebastian Exner||1977|
|6.1133||Princess||Maria Margarete of Hohenzollern||1928||2006||Duke||Carl Gregor of Mecklenburg (Streltz)||1933||2018||See 24.84343|
|6.1134||Prince||Emanuel Joseph of Hohenzollern||1929||1999||Princess||Katharina of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach||1943||See 27.241131|
|6.11341||Princess||Eugenia Maria of Hohenzollern||1969||Alexander Sautter||1966|
|6.11342||Prince||Carl Alexander of Hohenzollern||1970||Angela Stölzle||1942|
|6.11342||Prince||Carl Alexander of Hohenzollern||1970||Azlet Temurowski||1983||The second marriage of Prince Carl to Azlet (Macedonian nationality) was annulled after 6 weeks|
|6.11342||Prince||Carl Alexander of Hohenzollern||1970||Corinna Lello de Costa (Nehemie?)||1990||An article on the marriage of Carl (quoted as "Prince Gaga") to Corinna|
|6.12||King||Ferdinand I "Nando" of Roumania||1865||1927||Princess||Marie "Missy" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1875||1938||See
1.42 - Ferdinand succeeded his uncle
Carol I as King of Roumania.
A report on the death of Ferdinand and a further report on him being a "Friend of Britain".
Birth Registration of Marie of Edinburgh.
|6.121 - QVD||King||Carol II of Roumania||1893||1953||Ioana "Zizi" Lambrino||1898||1953||Carol renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in 1925. His son Michael became king on the death of Ferdinand I, however Carol returned to Roumania in 1930 and usurped his son Michael as King of Roumania. Carol was deposed in 1940 and Michael become king for the second time.|
|6.121 - QVD||King||Carol II of Roumania||1893||1953||Princess||Helen of Greece and Denmark||1896||1982||See
16.13 - Carol renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in 1925. His son Michael became king on the
death of Ferdinand I, however Carol returned to Roumania in 1930 and usurped his son Michael as King of Roumania. Carol was deposed in 1940 and
Michael become king for the second time.
An article on the intrigues of Carol's renounciation and aims for the throne of Roumania.
|6.121 - QVD||King||Carol II of Roumania||1893||1953||Elena (Magda) Lupescu||1899||1977||Carol renounced his rights to the Roumanian throne in 1925. His son Michael became king on the death of Ferdinand I, however Carol returned to Roumania in 1930 and usurped his son Michael as King of Roumania. Carol was deposed in 1940 and Michael become king for the second time.
Carol married Magda Lupescu in July 1947 while she was at death's door, but she lived for another thirty years.
|6.1211 - QVD||Mircea (Carol) Hohenzollern (Roumania)||1920||2006||Helene Nagavitzine||1925|
|6.1211 - QVD||Mircea (Carol) Hohenzollern (Roumania)||1920||2006||Thelma Jeanne Williams||1930||1988|
|6.1211 - QVD||Mircea (Carol) Hohenzollern (Roumania)||1920||2006||Antonia Colville||1939||2007||Birth Registration of Antonia Colville|
|6.12111 - QVD||Paul Hohenzollern (Roumania)||1948||Lia Georgia Triff||1949|
|6.121111 - QVD||Carol Ferdinand al Romaniei (Roumania)||2010||Carol Ferdinand's mother Lia was 61 at the time of his birth. On the HRH Prince Paul of Romania Web Site Carol Ferdinand is described as Prince Carol Ferdinand|
|6.12112 - QVD||Ion George Nicholas Alexander Hohenzollern (Roumania)||1961||Birth Registration of Ion George Nicholas Alexander|
|6.1212 - QVD||King||Michael of Roumania||1921||2017||Princess||Anne of Bourbon-Parma||1923||2016||See
38.S2 - Michael succeeded his grandfather Ferdinand I as King of Roumania in 1927. However,
Michael's father Carol reneged on his earlier renunciation to the rights to the Roumanian throne and Michael's position as King was usurped by Carol
who became King in 1930. Carol was eventually deposed in 1940 and Michael returned to the throne for the second time. Michael was forced to abdicate
in December 1947 by the communists.
A report on the wedding King Michael and Princess Anne
Wedding photograph of King Michael and Princess Anne
King Michael signed the "Fundamental Rules Of The Royal Family Of Romania" document on 30 December 2007, this laid out the Membership of the Royal House of Romania and the Line of Succession to the Throne and to the Headship of the Royal House of Romania. It specifically mentions Margarita being created Crown Princess of Romania, her husband Radu as His Royal Highness Radu, Prince of Romania (ad personam) and Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills, who shall assume the title, style and rank of Prince of Romania and Royal Highness on 1 April 2010, upon his 25th birthday.
On August 1, 2015, King Michael signed a document removing the title Prince of Romania and the qualification of Royal Highness from his grandson, Nicholas. Nicholas has also been removed from the line of succession. It would seem the "Fundamental Rules Of The Royal Family Of Romania" was abrogated at the same time. One can speculate as to the reason for the removal.
|6.12121 - QVD||Crown Princess||Margarita of Roumania||1949||Radu Duda||1960||Radu was created His Royal Highness Radu, Prince of Romania (ad personam) by King Michael on
30 December 2007 having been created Prince of Hohenzollern-Veringen (ad personam) by order of
Prince Friedrich Wilhelm of Hohenzollern on 1 January 1999.
Photographs of Crown Princess Margarita's 60 th Birthday celebrations.
Radu sued Marco Houston, editor of Royalty Monthly (now named Royalty Magazine) and the publisher of the magazine Sena-Julia Publicatus Limitedin in 2007 for defamatory comments made in the magazine in September 2004 relating to the granting of Prince of Hohenzollern-Veringen to Radu.
An unsuccessfully appeal by the defendants was heard in the Supreme Court in 2008.
In 2010 Marco Houston and Sena-Julia Publicatus Limited accepted the allegations in the magazine were "wholly untrue" and Radu was awarded substantial damages.
|6.12122 - QVD||Princess||Helena of Roumania||1950||Robin Medforth-Mills||1942||2002||Birth Registration of Robin Medforth-Mills (birth name was Leslie Robin Mills, Medforth was the surname of his mother). He changed his surname from Mills to Medforth-Mill by deed poll on 19 September 1977.
Marriage registration of Princess Helena and Robin Medforth-Mills
|6.12122 - QVD||Princess||Helena of Roumania||1950||Alexander Nixon McAteer||1964|
|6.121221 - QVD||Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills||1985||Alina-Maria Binder||1988||Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills assumed the title, style and rank of Prince of Romania and Royal Highness on
01 April 2010 on his 25th birthday. This is in accordance with a document signed by King Michael on 5 January 2005. - See
Annex II of "Fundamental Rules Of The Royal Family
On August 1, 2015, King Michael signed a document removing the title Prince of Romania and the qualification of Royal Highness from his grandson, Nicholas. Nicholas has also been removed from the line of succession. It would seem the "Fundamental Rules Of The Royal Family Of Romania" was abrogated at the same time. One can speculate as to the reason for the removal. .
|6.1212211 - QVD||Iris Anna Cîrjan||2016||Iris Anna Cîrjan is the daughter of Nicholas de Roumanie-Medforth-Mills and Nicoleta Cîrjan|
|6.1212212 - QVD||Maria Alexandra Medforth-Mills||2020|
|6.121222 - QVD||Elisabeta Karina de Roumanie-Medforth-Mills||1989||Birth registration of Elisabeta|
|6.12123 - QVD||Princess||Irina of Roumania||1953||John Kreuger||1945|
|6.12123 - QVD||Princess||Irina of Roumania||1953||John Wesley Walker||1945||
A communiqué from The Press Office of his Majesty King Michael I
|6.121231 - QVD||Michael Kreuger||1985||Tara Marie Littlefield||1981|
|6.1212311 - QVD||Kohen Kreuger||2012|
|6.121232 - QVD||Angelica Kreuger||1986||Richard Robert Knight||1984|
|6.1212321 - QVD||Courtney Bianca Knight||2007|
|6.1212322 - QVD||Diana Knight||2011|
|6.12124 - QVD||Princess||Sophie of Roumania||1957||Alain Michel Biarneix||1957||Alain Biarneix is also known as Michel de Laufenborg|
|6.121241 - QVD||Elisabeta Marie Biarneix||1999|
|6.12125 - QVD||Princess||Marie of Roumania||1964||Kazimierz Mystkowski||1958|
|6.122 - QVD||Princess||Elisabeth of Roumania||1894||1956||King||Georg II of the Hellenes||1890||1947||See
16.11 - Georg lost his throne on 25 March 1924 when Greece was proclaimed a Republic. But was returned following elections on 3 November 1935. The Germans invaded Greece in April 1941 and the Royal Family were forced yet again to flee Greece first to Crete and then Egypt. The Germans invaded Greece in April 1941 and the Royal Family were forced yet again to flee Greece first to Crete and then Egypt.
A plebiscite held on 1 September 1946 decided by 68 per cent in favour of the restoration of the monarchy, Georg and his family returned to Greece 27/28 September 1946.
The voting in the plebiscite was:
For the King ............................... .... 509,577
For a Republic ................................... 85,623
Blank ballot papers (counted against the King) .. 154,896
|6.123 - QVD||Princess||Marie "Mignon" of Roumania||1900||1961||King||Alexander I of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes||1888||1934||See
7.54 - The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was renamed the Kingdom of Yugoslavia on 3 October 1929. King Alexander was assassinated on 9 October 1934 in Marseilles at the start of a state visit to France by Velucko Kerin a Macedonian revolutionary, working with Croat revolutionists. The assassin who was shot during the affray died a few hours later. Marie escaped possible assassination as she was recovering from an illness and being a poor sailor had travelled separately from Yugoslavia to France by train. For strategic purposes Alexander had travelled by boat from Yugoslavia to Marseilles and was due to meet up with his wife in Dijon/Lyon for the final journey to Paris.
Death Registration of Marie, Queen of "Yugoslavia"
|6.124 - QVD||Prince||Nicolas of Roumania||1903||1978||Ioana (Joanna) Dumitrescu-Doletti||1902||1963||Nicolas was deprived of his Royal title in 1937 and was allowed to use the title Prince Nicolas of Hohenzollern by the Prince of Hohenzollern on 15 January 1947. There is conflicting information regarding the date of birth of Joana Dumitrescu-Doletti, which range from 1902 to 1909. I have no reason to suppose that 1902 is the correct year.|
|6.124 - QVD||Prince||Nicolas of Roumania||1903||1978||Theresa Figueira de Mello||1913||1997|
|6.125 - QVD||Princess||Ileana of Roumania||1909||1991||Archduke||Anton of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1901||1987||See
Ileana in January 1930 was engaged to marry Count Alexander Frederick von Hochberg, second son of the Duke of Pless.By March 1930 Princess Ileana had broken off the engagement when it became known Count Alexander had been convicted in Germany in 1924 when he was 18 years of age for "grave offences," and sentenced to four months' imprisonment, the sentence was quashed on appeal.
|6.125 - QVD||Princess||Ileana of Roumania||1909||1991||Stefan Issarescu||1906||2002||Princess Ileana following her divorce from Stefan Issarescu became an Orthodox nun, and as Mother Alexandra founded The Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration Ellwood City, Pennsylvania in 1967. Mother Alexandra (Princess Ileana) was the first Abbess, followed by Mother Benedicta who arrived in 1978.|
|6.126 - QVD||Prince||Mircea of Roumania||1913||1916||Mircea died from typhoid,|
|6.13||Prince||Carl Anton of Hohenzollern||1868||1919||Princess||Josephine Caroline of Belgium||1872||1958||See 14.34 - In 1908, Prince Carl-Anton and Princess Joséphine bought Burg Namedy as their residence and which still belongs to their descendants.|
|6.131||Princess||Stephanie of Hohenzollern||1895||1975||Prince||Joseph Ernst Fugger von Glött||1895||1981||Stephanie and Joseph Ernst were divorced in 1943 and apparently Stephanie became secretly engaged in 1945 to a
bakers assistant by the name of Peter Schaefer. The engagement was broken off in 1947 when Schaefer married the bakers daughter. In
October 1949 Stephanie was in court suing Peter Schaefer for the return of a diamond
ring and other gifts she had given him.
Joseph was a member of the failed coup plot on 20 July 1944 to kill Adolf Hitler. Unlike the majority of conspirators, he was given a three year prison sentence rather than execution and was freed by American troops in April 1945.
|6.132||Princess||Marie of Hohenzollern||1896||1965||Baron||Egon Eyrl von Waldgries und Liebenaich||1892||1981|
|6.133||Prince||Albrecht of Hohenzollern||1898||1977||Isle Margot von Friedeburg||1901||1988|
|6.1331||Princess||Josephine Wilhelma of Hohenzollern||1922||2006||Count||Harald von Posadowsky-Wehner||1910||1990|
|6.1332||Princess||Luise-Dorothea Stephanie of Hohenzollern||1924||1988||Count||Egbert von Plettenberg||1917||1995|
|6.1333||Princess||Rose-Margrethe (Rosemargot) Adelgunde of Hohenzollern||1930||2005||Edgar Pfersdorf||1920||1997|
|6.1334||Princess||Maria of Hohenzollern||1935||1935|
|6.1335||Prince||Godehard-Friedrich Karl Anton of Hohenzollern||1939||2001||Heide Hansen||1943|
|6.13351||Prince||Carlos of Hohenzollern||1978||2018||Carlos died after falling from the roof of the 21 storey "The InterContinental" hotel in Frankfurt. He was serving a four year prison sentence for fraud and had been allowed out of jail early as part of preparation for employment, it was only a couple of hours later that he fell to his death.|
|6.13352||Princess||Anna of Hohenzollern||1983||Roman Goldschmidt||1973|
|6.134||Princess||Henriette of Hohenzollern||1907||1907|
|6.2||Princess||Stephanie of Hohenzollern||1837||1859||King||Pedro V of Portugal||1837||1861||See 12.411 - Pedro died of typhoid fever, whilst his wife Princess Stephanie died from diphtheria|
|6.3||King||Carol I of Roumania (born Prince Karol of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen)||1839||1914||Princess||Elisabeth of Wied||1843||1916||See
33.81 - Carol was created the first King of Roumania in 1881. He was proclaimed Prince of Roumania in
1866 which was subsequently approved by a plebiscite in Roumania with 685,969 votes in his favour and 224 votes against. Elisabeth was a well known
poet who wrote under the name of Carmen Sylva.
The New York Times article on the life and times of King Carol.
|6.31||Princess||Marie of Roumania||1870||1874|
|6.4||Prince||Anton of Hohenzollern||1841||1866||According to Wikipedia, Prince Anton died on 6 August 1866 33 days after sustaining a mortal wound during the Austro-Prussian War at Königgrätz.
Although at present I can't locate a newspaper report of Prince Anton's death there was a published letter dated 4 July 1866 from the King of Prussia to his wife relating to the "Battle of Königgrätz" of 3 July 1866. In this letter he said that "Anton of Hohenzollern has four bullets in his leg; I have not heard how he is to-day. He is said to have displayed extraordinary bravery."
|6.5||Prince||Friedrich of Hohenzollern||1843||1904||Princess||Louise of Thurn and Taxis||1859||1948||See 24.4631|
|6.6||Princess||Marie of Hohenzollern||1845||1912||Prince||Phillippe of Belgium (Count of Flanders)||1837||1905||See 14.3 - Phillippe was considered as a candidate for Prince of Roumania but declined the offer|