|28||Duke||Franz of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1750||1806||Princess||Sophie of Saxe-Hildurghausen||1760||1776||Sophie died from influenza at the young age of sixteen just six months after her marriage to Franz. She was a sister to Duke Friedrich of Saxe-Hildburghausen (1763-1834) who in 1826 became the Duke of Saxe-Altenburg|
|28||Duke||Franz of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1750||1806||Countess||Augusta Reuss-Ebersdorf and Lobenstein||1757||1831|
|28.1||Princess||Sophia of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1778||1835||Count||Emanual von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1777||1852|
|28.11||Count||Hugo von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1806||1847|
|28.12||Count||Alfons von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1810||1894||Countess||Therese von Dietrichstein-Proskau-Leslie||1823||1856||Countess Therese died from scarlet fever|
|28.12||Count||Alfons von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1810||1894||Countess||Maria Theresia "Charlotte" von Lamberg||1833||1876|
|28.121||Countess||Viktoria von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1844||1918||Count||Karl von Oberndorff||1833||1889|
|28.122||Countess||Sophie von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1845||1909||Count||Friedrich Karl Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1834||1892||Count Friedrich Karl's sister Countess Wilhelmine Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (1838-1886) and her husband Count Bohuslav Chotek von Chotkowa (1829-1896) were the parents of Countess Sophia Chotek von Chotkowa .|
|28.1221||Count||Alphons Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1865||1878|
|28.1222||Countess||Maria Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1866||1889||Prince||Karl zu Schwarzenberg (Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 4th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (Second Majorat))||1859||1913||Karl's great grandfather Karel Philipp (1771–1820) was created Fürst zu Schwarzenberg (2. Majorat) in 1804. Their ancester Johann Adolf Wiebelskirchen (1615-1682 was created Fürst zu Schwarzenberg in 1670.|
|28.12221||Prince||Karl zu Schwarzenberg (Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 5th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (Second Majorat))||1886||1914||Countess||Eleonore von Clam und Gallas||1887||1967|
|28.122211||Prince||Karl zu Schwarzenberg (Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 6th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (Second Majorat))||1911||1986||Princess||Antonie zu Fürstenberg||1905||1988||See 32.8422|
|28.1222111||Princess||Marie Eleonore zu Schwarzenberg||1936||Leopold-Bill von Bredow||1933|
|28.1222112||Prince||Karl Johannes (Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 7th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (Second Majorat) and 12th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (First Majorat)) and Duke von Krummau||1937||Countess||Therese zu Hardegg auf Glatz u.im Machlande||1940||Karl Johannes was adopted by his distant cousin Prince Heinrich zu Schwarzenberg (First Majorat)(Duke von Krummau)
(1903-1965) in 1960. Heinrich was a younger brother to Prince Joseph ( Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, 11th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (First Majorat))
(1900-1979) on whose death Karl Johannes succeeded as 12th Prince zu Schwarzenberg (First Majorat) thereby uniting the First and Second Majorats
of the Princely House of Schwarzenberg.
Karl Johannes is very active in politics and from 1990 to 1992 was chief of staff to Václav Havel President of Czechoslovakia.
|28.1222113||Prince||Friedrich Karl zu Schwarzenberg||1940||2014||Regula Brigitta Schlegel||1956|
|28.1222114||Princess||Anna Maria zu Schwarzenberg||1946||Baron||Elmar von Haxthausen||1925|
|28.122212||Prince||Franz zu Schwarzenberg||1913||1992||Princess||Amalie von Lobkowicz||1921||2013||See 19.2324.... (not ready yet)|
|28.1223||Countess||Therese Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1867||1943||Prince||Siegfried von Clary und Aldringen||1848||1929|
|28.1224||Countess||Wilhelmine Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1869||1943||Count||Edwin Henckel von Donnersmarck||1865||1929|
|28.1225||Countess||Marie Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau||1874||1946||Prince||Aloys zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (7th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg)||1871||1952|
|28.12251||Princess||Marie Sophie zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1900||1982||Count||Karl und Edler Herr von und zu Eltz gen. Faust von Stromberg||1896||1922|
|28.12252||Princess||Marie Agnes zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1902||1991|
|28.12253||Prince||Karl Friedrich zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (8th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg)||1904||1990||Carolina dei Conti Rignon||1904||1975||*** TO BE EXPANDED TO SHOW LINKS TO OTHER PERSONS ON MY WEB SITE ***
In 1954 Prince Karl led the 76th Catholic Convention, to commemorate the 1200th anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Boniface, Apostle of the Germans.
|28.12254||Princess||Maria Monika zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg||1905||1992||Prince||Erich August von Waldburg zu Zeil und Trauchburg (6 th Prince von Waldburg zu Zeil und Trauchburg)||1899||1953|
|28.122541||Prince||Georg of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg (7th Prince of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg)||1928||2015||Princess||Marie Gabrielle of Bavaria||1931||See 18.151131|
|28.1225411||Countess||Walburga von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1958||Baron||Carl von Lerchenfeld||1958|
|28.1225412||Countess||Marie Gabiele of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1959||Count||Bernard de Monseignat||1952|
|28.1225413||Countess||Monika von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1961||Count||Christoph Schenk von Stauffenberg||1950||Christoph Schenk von Stauffenberg grandfather Count Klemens Schenk von Stauffenberg who is a first cousin to Count Claus Schenk von Stauffenberg . Claus and his brother Berthold were leading members of the failed plot on 20 July 1944 to kill Adolf Hitler and it later on 10 August 1944|
|28.1225414||Prince||Erich of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg (8th Prince of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg)||1962||Duchess||Mathilde of Württemberg||1962||See 22.K311162|
|28.1225415||Countess||Adeleid von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1964||Count||Max Emanuel von Rechberg and Rothenlöwen zu Hohenrechberg||1959|
|28.1225416||Countess||Elisabeth von Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1966||Prince||Engelbert von Croÿ||1962||Engelbert is a first cousin once removed of Karl von Croÿ (14th Duke von Croÿ )|
|28.12254161||Princess||Marie Isabelle von Croÿ||1991|
|28.12254162||Prince||Constantin Maria von Croÿ||1992|
|28.12254163||Prince||Carl Georg von Croÿ||1994|
|28.12254164||Princess||Philippa-Maria von Croÿ||1999|
|28.122542||Countess||Immakulata Josefine of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1929||1999||Prince||Nikolaus von Lobkowicz||1931||2019|
|28.122543||Countess||Theresia Walburga of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1931||2021||Count||Alois von Nostitz-Rieneck||1925||2003||See 19.J3111|
|28.122544||Count||Aloysius Willibald of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1933||2014||Countess;||Clarissa von Schönborn-Wiesentheid||1936||2020|
|28.122545||Count||Karl Wunibald of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1936||2017||Maria Victoria de Verdugo y Peña||1936||2017|
|28.122546||Countess||Magdalena Sophie of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1938||2016||Count||Erwein von Matuschka||1938||1997|
|28.122547||Count||Eberhard Willibald of Waldburg zu Zeil and Trauchburg||1940||2013||Countess||Johanna von Harrach zu Rohrau u.Thannhausen||1944|
|28.13||Count||Alfred von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1812||1814|
|28.14||Count||Alexander von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1813||1871||Countess||Alexandrine Maria von Dietrichstein-Proskau-Leslie||1824||1906||Alexander was created Fürst von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg in 1868.
The title of Fürst von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg was originally held by Alexandrine Maria's family. Her father Joseph Franz being the 9th Fürst von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg (1798-1858) who on his death was succeeded as 10th (and last) Fürst von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg by his uncle Moritz (1775-1864).
It was following Moritz's death that the title was re-created for Alexander.
An obituary on Alexander, Fürst von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg
|28.141||Countess||Marie von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein||1858||1889||Count||Hugo Kálnoky von Koröspatak||1844||1928|
|28.142||Prince||Hugo (Fürst) von Dietrichstein zu Nikolsburg)||1858||1920||Princess||Olga Dolgoruky||1873||1946|
|28.143||Count||Albert von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein||1861||1945|
|28.144||Countess||Klothilde von Mensdorff-Pouilly-Dietrichstein||1867||1943||Count||Albert Apponyi de Nagy Appony||1846||1938||A report on the death of Count Apponyi de Nagy Appony|
|28.15||Count||Leopold Emanuel von Mensdorff-Pouillyl||1815||1821|
|28.16||Count||Arthur von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1817||1904||Magdalene Kremzow||1835||1899|
|28.16||Count||Arthur von Mensdorff-Pouilly||1817||1904||Countess||Bianca Albertina von Wickenburg||1837||1912|
|28.2||Princess||Antoinette of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1779||1824||Duke||Alexander of Württemberg||1771||1833||See 22.K|
|28.3||Princess||Julianna of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1781||1860||Grand Duke||Constantine of Russia||1779||1831||See
4.2 - Constantine renounced his succession rights in 1822 in favour of his younger brother Nicholas on account of his second marriage to Joann Grudna-Grudzinski being morganatic. Julianna took the name "Anna Feodorovna" on her marriage.
A newspaper article on Constantine published some months after his death which was critical of his despot actions with regards to his command of the military.
A short report on the death of Julianna (you will need to scroll through the page to locate the article)
|28.4||Duke||Ernst I of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1784||1844||Princess||Luise of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg||1800||1831||See
Luise's father Duke Emil Leopold of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1772-1822) was succeeded as Duke by his brother Friedrich
(1774-1825). The death of Luise's uncle Friedrich as the last duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg resulted in a
rearrangement of the Saxony Duchies.
Ernst was in the process of divorcing his wife 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. Luise married her lover Alexander von Hanstein (1804-1884) in 1826, Alexander was created Graf von Pölzig just before their marriage. Luise died at a young age from cancer of the womb.
|28.4||Duke||Ernst I of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1784||1844||Duchess||Maria of Württemberg||1799||1860||See
22.K1 - 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.
|28.41||Duke||Ernst II of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1818||1893||Princess||Alexandrine Luise of Baden||1820||1904||See
32.51 - Ernst was succeeded as Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha by his nephew
Prince Alfred of Great Britain (Duke of Edinburgh).
Obituary of Duke Ernst II and of his subsequent funeral
|28.42||Prince||Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1819||1861||Queen||Victoria of Great Britain||1819||1901||See
1 & 28.61 - Albert died from Typhoid most probably due
to the inadequate plumbing at Windsor Castle.
Death Registration of Prince Albert (Prince Consort)
|28.5||Prince||Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1785||1851||Princess||Antonia of Kohary||1797||1862||This branch of the family is commonly referred as Saxe-Coburg-Kohary. Antonia was the only child of Prince Joseph Kohary, Chancellor of the Austrian Emperor and a member of one of the richest families in Hungary.
An interesting account of the religious ancestors of Antonia and of her descendants.
|28.51||Prince||Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1816||1885||Queen||Maria II of Portugal||1819||1853||See 12.41 - Ferdinand became King Consort of Portugal. Queen Maria died giving birth to her stillborn daughter, Infanta Eugenio|
|28.51||Prince||Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1816||1885||Elise Friederike Hensler||1836||1929||Elise was created Countess of Elda in 1869.
New York Times Report of death of Prince Ferdinand. Another report on the death of Ferdinand.
Report on the death of Elise, Countess of Elda
|28.52||Prince||August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1818||1881||Princess||Clementine of Orleans (France)||1817||1907||See
13.6 - A brief report on the death of Prince August.
Report on the death of Princess Clementine
|28.521||Prince||Philip of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1844||1921||Princess||Louise of Belgium||1858||1924||See
14.21 - Louise eloped to Nice 1898 with her husband's chamberlain Géza Mattachich (1868-1923). She was
eventually captured and returned to Vienna and placed in a lunatic asylum at the instigation of her husband. Prince Philip was considered one of the
most dissolute princes and his drunken and violent behaviour towards his wife led to her attachment to Géza Mattachich. Louise managed to escape in
1904 and fled to France with her lover Géza Mattachich, she obtained her divorce
from her husband Philip in 1906 (one source mentions 1907) and lived the rest of life
with Géza Mattachich although they never married. Géza Mattachich was the stepson of Count Oskar Keglewitch (or Keglevich) and unofficially assumed
the countly title of his stepfather (i.e. assumed title Count Keglewitch).
It was reported in 1905 that two eminent specialist jointly appointed by friends of Louise and Philip after examination pronounced her sane. However in 1923 it was reported that Louise who was in financial straits was allowed by her sister Princess Stephanie to spend the rest of her life in the castle of Oraszvar, in Hungary, on condition that she parted from Géza Mattachich which she apparently agreed.
An interesting article from The New York Times which includes the introduction to a book by Géza Mattachich.
It was reported that Prince Philip offered a reward of £3,000 in 1904 for the recapture of his wife Louise.
According to The New York Times 31 December 1905 Prince Philip was to pay Princess Louise $211,000 a year as alimony plus $1,000,000 by instalments as part of the settlement for their divorce.
A report on the civil marriage of Louise and Philip.
A report following the death of Princess Louise.
A report on the death of Count Mattachich
|28.5211||Prince||Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1878||1916||Leopold was shot and then had acid thrown at him by his scorned mistress Camilla Rybika. However,
contrary to popular belief, Leopold did not die after the attack. He survived for several agonizing months and died in a Vienna hospital, "while
undergoing an operation" to repair the damage. Camilla Rybika committed suicide by gun shot in Leopold presence. (additional information came from a
discussion on Leopold of Saxe-Coburg on The Alexander Palace Discussion Board).
The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times (Tas. : 1899-1919) article of the tragic event
|28.5212||Princess||Dorothea "Dolly" of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1881||1967||Duke||Ernest-Gunther of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg||1863||1921||See
36.255 - Ernest-Gunther was an unsavory character, he was a hard drinking course mannered
cavalry officer as well as a gambler and womaniser.
Announcement of the wedding of Ernest-Gunther and Dorothea
|28.522||Prince||Ludwig August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1845||1907||Princess||Leopoldina Teresa of Brazil||1847||1871||See
12.473 - Leopoldina died from typhoid.
A brief report on the death of Leopoldina.
|28.5221||Prince||Peter of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1866||1934|
|28.5222||Prince||August Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1867||1922||Archduchess||Karoline of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1869||1945||See 20.384 - Karoline died of natural causes although some sources indicate she was shot in 1945 by the occupying Russian forces in Budapest. It's likely this misconception arose because she died at about the same time as her son Rainer who died in tragic circumstances and some genealogists assumed she followed the same fate.|
|28.52221||Prince||August Clemens of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1895||1909|
|28.52222||Princess||Clementine of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1897||1975||Eduard von Heller||1877||1970|
|28.52223||Princess||Karoline of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1899||1941||Karoline suffered from a mental problem and as a consequence was imprisoned by the Nazi health authorities in an institution where she subsequently died.|
|28.52224||Prince||Rainer of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1900||1945||Johanna Karolyi de Karoly-Paty||1906||1992||Prince Rainer disappeared without trace in Budapest in 1945.He was declared officially dead in 1961 with effect from 31 December 1945|
|28.52224||Prince||Rainer of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1900||1945||Edith Kozol||1913||1997||Prince Rainer disappeared without trace in Budapest in 1945.He was declared officially dead in 1961 with effect from 31 December 1945|
|28.522241||Prince||Johannes Heinrich of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1931||2010||Baroness||Gabriele von Fürstenberg||1921||2007|
|28.522241||Prince||Johannes Heinrich of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1931||2010||Princess||Mathilde of Saxony||1936||2018||See 26.665425|
|28.5222411||Princess||Felicitas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1958||Segey Trotzky||1948||Princess Felicitas was adopted by her great uncle Prince Ernst of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|
|28.5222412||Prince||Johannes Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1969||1987||Prince Johannes died in a skiing accident at Mount Ortler Austria having previously been chosen by his uncle, the Margrave of Meissen as the heir to the Royal House of Saxony|
|28.52225||Prince||Philipp Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1901||1985||Sarah Aurelia Halasz||1914||1994||A strange report on Prince Philipp Josias being required to marry before his 21 st birthday to a woman of equal rank otherwise he would lose his inheritance to large estates. He managed to obtain an extension to his marriage requirement to 1926 and again to 1929. He finally married morganatically in 1944 to Sarah Aurelia Halasz|
|28.522251||Philip August Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1944||2014||Bettina von Pfretschner||1944||1989|
|28.522251||Philip August Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1944||2014||Rosemarie Jäger||1952|
|28.5222511||Isabelle Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1969||Michael Treimer||1958|
|28.5222512||Maximilian Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1972||Christina Schnell||1969|
|28.52225121||Franziska Marie Princesessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||2009|
|28.5222513||Alexander Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1978|
|28.5222514||Christina Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1995|
|28.52226||Princess||Theresa of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1902||1990||Baron||Lamoral Taxis von Bordogna and Valnigra||1900||1966||The children of Princess Theresa and Baron Lamoral in 1950 assumed the surname of Saxe-Coburgo e Braganca|
|28.522261||Baron||Carl-Eduard Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança||1931||Denyse Paes de Almeida||1936|
|28.522261||Baron||Carl-Eduard Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança||1931||Archduchess||Walburga of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1942||See 20.35534|
|28.522262||Baroness||Alice Caroline Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança||1936||2013||Count||Michele Formentini di Tolmino e Biglia||1929|
|28.522263||Baron||Philippe Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança||1939||Anna Maria Duarte Nunes||1939|
|28.522264||Baroness||Maria Cristina Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança||1945||Nobile||Raimondo Dettori||1943|
|28.52227||Princess||Leopoldine of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1905||1978|
|28.52228||Prince||Ernst of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1907||1978||Irmgard Roll||1912||1976||Prince Ernst adopted his great niece Princess Felicitas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|
|28.5223||Prince||Joseph of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1869||1888|
|28.5224||Prince||Ludwig of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1870||1942||Princess||Mathilde of Bavaria||1877||1906||See 18.1516|
|28.5224||Prince||Ludwig of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1870||1942||Countess||Anna von Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg||1873||1948|
|28.52241||Prince||Anthony of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1901||1970||Luise Mayrhofer||1903||1974|
|28.52242||Princess||Marie Immaculate of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1904||1940|
|28.52243||Princess||Josephine of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1911||1997||Baron||Richard von Baratta Dragono||1901||1998|
|28.523||Princess||Clotilde of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1846||1927||Archduke||Joseph Karl of Austria (Palatine of Hungary) (Hungarian Line)||1833||1905||See 21.7 - The New York Time report on the death of Archduke Joseph Karl|
|28.524||Princess||Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1848||1894||Duke||Maximilian in Bavaria||1849||1893||See 18.K9|
|28.525||Prince||Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1861||1948||Princess||Maria Luisa of Bourbon-Parma||1870||1899||See 17 & 38.1 - Ferdinand was elected Prince of Bulgaria 7 July 1887 and proclaimed himself King of Bulgaria on 5 October 1908. Maria Luisa fell victim to pneumonia and died 24 hours after the birth of her daughter Nadejda|
|28.525||Prince||Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1861||1948||Princess||Eleanor Reuss of Köstritz||1860||1917||See 17 - Ferdinand was elected Prince of Bulgaria 7 July 1887 and proclaimed himself King of Bulgaria on 5 October 1908|
|28.53||Princess||Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1822||1857||Prince||Louis of Orleans (France) (Duke of Nemours)||1814||1896||See
13.4 - Louis was elected by the Belgian National Congress on 3 February 1831 as the King of the Belgiums.
His father Louis Phillip was induced to reject the election. The Belgians then sought another candidate and eventually elected
Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha as King of the
Belgians on 4 June 1831.
Obituary on the Duke of Nemours.
Death Registration of Princess Viktoria
|28.54||Prince||Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1824||1884||Constance Geiger||1835||1890||Constance was created Baroness von Ruttenstein on 24 July 1862.
The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835-1880) on the pomp and circumstances surrounding the marriage of Prince Leopold and Constance Geiger
An interesting account of Constance Geiger published shortly after her death.
|28.6||Princess||Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1786||1861||Prince||Emich Carl of Leiningen (2nd Prince of Leiningen)||1763||1814||See 39 - Emich Carl was firstly married to Viktoria's aunt Countess Henriette Reuss-Ebersdorf (who was a sister to Viktoria's mother Countess Augusta Reuss-Ebersdorf). Emich Carl died from pneumonia|
|28.6||Princess||Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1786||1861||Duke||Edward of Kent||1767||1820||Edward died from pneumonia.
South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839-1900) report on the death and funeral arrangements of the Duchess of Kent.
Death Registration of Princess Viktoria (Duchess of Kent)
Obituary on Duke of Kent
|28.61||Queen||Victoria of Great Britain||1819||1901||Prince||Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1819||1861||See
28.42 - A report on the marriage of Victoria
Prince Albert died from Typhoid most probably due to the inadequate plumbing at Windsor Castle.
However Helen Rappaport in the research for her book Magnificent Obsession has come up with an alternative theory that Albert died from Crohn’s Disease.
Death Registration of Prince Albert (Prince Consort)
|28.7||Princess||Marianne of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1788||1794|
|28.8||Prince||Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1790||1865||Princess||Charlotte of Great Britain||1796||1817||Prince Leopold was created King of the Belgians in 1831. Princess Charlotte died shortly after the
still birth of a son.
A detailed report on the death of Princess Charlotte.
A further tragedy was to occur about four months after the death of Princess Charlotte. Sir Richard Croft an accoucheur (male midwife and obstetrician) who had attended Princess Charlotte during the birth of her stillborn son committed suicide by gun shot to his head. He carried out this sad occurrence whilst attending to another patient who was in the final stage of giving birth. The death of Princess Charlotte had played heavily on his mind.
|28.8||Prince||Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (from 1826 Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1790||1865||Princess||Louise Marie of Orleans (France)||1812||1850||See
14 - Prince Leopold was created King of the Belgians in 1831.
Leopold had been offered and initially accepted the new throne of Greece following the war of independence between Greece and Turkey. Leopold thought the position of King of Greece to precarious and withdrew his acceptance, and instead accepted the throne of the newly constituted kingdom of Belgium
|28.81||Stillborn son (son of Princess Charlotte of Great Britain and Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1817||1817|
|28.9||Prince||Maximilan of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld||1792||1793|