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  1. Lady-in-waiting. Countess Alexandra Branitskaya ( née von Engelhardt, Russian: Александра Васильевна Браницкая, Polish: Aleksandra Branicka [ Braɲit͡ska ]; 1754 – 15 September 1838), also known as Sanecka and Countess Branicka, was a leading Russian courtier. She was the niece and confidante of ...

  2. Aleksandra von Engelhardt (1754–1838), who married Count Franciszek Ksawery Branicki (1730–1819). Anna Sofia von Engelhardt (175?–1820), who married Mikhail Mikhailovich Zhukov (1728–1803), Governor of Astrakhan.

  3. He married Aleksandra von Engelhardt, member of the powerful Engelhardt family. She was supposed niece of Prince Potemkin, which made him the putative son-in-law of Empress Catherine of Russia. Biography. He started his career as a soldier in the Seven Years' War, firstly in the Russian Imperial army and later with the French.

    • Piotr Branicki
    • Korczak
    • Melania Teresa Szembek
  4. Alexandra Branicka formerly von Engelhardt. Born 1754 [location unknown] Ancestors. Daughter of Василий Андреевич von Engelhardt and Елена Александровна Потемкина. Sister of Екатерина Васильевна von Engelhardt and Татьяна Васильевна von Engelhardt. Wife of Franciszek Ksawery Branicki — married [date unknown] [location unknown] Descendants.

    • Female
    • September 15, 1838
    • Franciszek Ksawery Branicki
  5. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Alexandra von Engelhardt. Russian lady-in-waiting. Upload media. Wikipedia. Name in native language. Aleksandra z Engelhardtów Branicka. Date of birth. 1754.

  6. hmn.wiki › es › Aleksandra_von_EngelhardtAlexandra Branitskaya

    La condesa Alexandra Branitskaya, de soltera von Engelhardt ( en ruso: Александра Васильевна Браницкая, en polaco: Aleksandra Branicka [ Braɲit͡ska], 1754 - 15 de septiembre de 1838), también conocida como Sanecka y condesa Branicka, fue una destacada cortesana rusa.

  7. Countess Alexandra Branitskaya née von Engelhardt ([Braɲit͡ska], 1754 – 15 September 1838), also known as Sanecka and Countess Branicka, was a leading Russian courtier. She was the niece, confidante, and possibly lover, of Grigory Potemkin , and Catherine the Great 's lady-in-waiting .