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  1. Franz Friedrich Anton von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (* 15. Juli 1750 im Schloss Ehrenburg , Coburg ; † 9. Dezember 1806 in Coburg) war von 1800 bis 1806 Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld und der gemeinsame Großvater der britischen Königin Victoria und ihres Prinzgemahls Albert .

  2. Ferdinand Georg August von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (* 28.März 1785 in Coburg; † 27. August 1851 in Wien) war ein Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld, Begründer des Hauses Sachsen-Coburg-Koháry und General der Kavallerie in österreichischen Diensten, wo er auch offiziell als Herzog Ferdinand von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha oder Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha-Cohary geführt wurde.

  3. Born Ferdinand August Franz Anton in Vienna, he was the eldest son of Prince Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and his wife Princess Maria Antonia Koháry de Csábrág et Szitnya, heiress to the House of Koháry. The younger Ferdinand grew up in several places: the family estates in modern-day Slovakia, the imperial court of Austria, and Germany.

  4. Fernando II (nome completo em alemão: Ferdinand August Franz Anton von Sachsen-Coburg-Koháry; Viena, 29 de outubro de 1816 – Lisboa, 15 de dezembro de 1885) foi o segundo marido da rainha D. Maria II e Príncipe Consorte de Portugal, de 1836 até 1837, altura em que se tornou Rei de Portugal e dos Algarves por direito da sua esposa.

  5. Franz Joseph 1830–1916 Emperor of Austria President of the German Confederation r. 1849–1866: Elisabeth of Austria 1837–1898: Victoria Princess Royal 1840–1901: Frederick III German Emperor 1831–1888 r. 1888: Frederick I Grand Duke of Baden 1826– Louise of Prussia 1838–1923: Leopold of Bavaria 1846–1930: Gisela of Austria 1856 ...

  6. The style of address was usually "Serene Highness" (Durchlaucht) or the lower style of "Princely Grace" (Fürstliche Gnaden).Although Herzog ("duke") was officially a higher title than Fürst, the former was rare in Austria, except among sovereign and mediatized houses (e.g., the House of Liechtenstein as Herzog von Jägerndorf und Troppau, and the House of Croÿ as Herzog von Croÿ).

  7. Portrait by Franz Xaver Winterhalter. Helena was born at Buckingham Palace , the official royal residence in London , on 25 May 1846, the day after her mother's 27th birthday. [3] Albert reported to his brother, Ernest II , the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha , that Helena "came into this world quite blue, but she is quite well now". [4]