Duke Constantine Petrovich of Oldenburg died of cancer at Nice, France, on 18 March 1906. Sources disagree on the place of his burial. He is reported either to have been buried in Nice, or to have been buried near his father's grave in the Coastal Monastery of St. Sergius , traditional burial ground of the Russian Dukes of Oldenburg ...
5 de nov. de 2020 · Duke Peter of Oldenburg father Princess Therese of Nassau-Weilburg mother Grand Duchess Alexandra Petrovna... sister Duke Nicholas of Oldenburg brother Cecile Maria von Oldenburg, Herz... sister About Duke Konstantin Petrovich of Oldenburg Links: The Peerage Geneall Johann The Younger # 1335 + # 1815 English Wikipedia view all
- April 27, 1850
- March 18, 1906 (55)Nice, France
- St. Petersburg, Russia
- Strelna, Russia
Duke Constantine Frederick Peter of Oldenburg was a son of Duke Peter Georgievich of Oldenburg and his wife Princess Therese of Nassau-Weilburg Known in the court of Emperor Nicholas II as Prince Constantine Petrovich Oldenburgsky, he was the father of the Russian Counts and Countesses von Zarnekau.
Duke Peter was born on 26 August 1812 in Yaroslavl, Russia. His father, Duke George, who was only the second son of the reigning Duke of Oldenburg, had no prospects of inherited his father's state or fortune of his own and was living in Russia since his marriage in 1809 to Grand Duchess Catherine Pavlovna of Russia.
Duke Constantine Petrovich served as a commander of cavalry during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877 to 1878. He was stripped of his rank and titles and exiled in 1903 for his role in the Nakachidze Affair. He died 18 March 1906 at Nice, France. Childhood. From Wikipedia: "Little has been written about the early life of Duke Constantine Petrovich.
- May 9, 1850
- Agrippina Konstantinovna Djaparidze
- March 18, 1906
Alexander Petrovich of Oldenburg and his wife Princess Eugenia Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg. Like his two brothers, Alexander served in the Russian army. He held the position of Adjutant-General to Emperor Alexander III.   He was also the commanding general of the Imperial Guard.  Alexander served on the State Council
Duke Constantine Petrovich of Oldenburg died of cancer at Nice, France, on 18 March 1906. Sources disagree on the place of his burial. He is reported either to have been buried in Nice, or to have been buried near his father's grave in the Coastal Monastery of St. Sergius, traditional burial ground of the Russian Dukes of Oldenburg and ...