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  1. Grand Duchess Maria Mikhailovna of Russia was the firstborn child and first daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich, the youngest son of Emperor Paul I of Russia, and Princess Charlotte of Württemberg, the eldest daughter of Prince Paul of Württemberg, who took the name Elena Pavlovna upon converting to Russian Orthodoxy. Maria died, unmarried and without issue, at the age of 21 in Vienna.

  2. Grand *ss of Russia. Grand *ss Maria Mikhailovna of Russia (Russian: Мария Михайловна) (9 March 1825 – 19 November 1846) was the firstborn child and first daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich, the youngest son of Emperor Paul I of Russia, and Princess Charlotte of Württemberg, the eldest daughter of Prince Paul of Württemberg, who took the name Elena Pavlovna upon ...

  3. Grand Duchess Maria Mikhailovna of Russia (Russian: ????? ?????) (9 March 1825 – 19 November 1846) was the firstborn child and first daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich, the youngest son of Emperor Paul I of Russia, and Princess Charlotte of Württemberg, the eldest daughter of Prince Paul of Württemberg, who took the name Elena Pavlovna upon converting to Russian Orthodoxy.

  4. Grand Duchess Maria Mikhailovna of Russia was the firstborn child and first daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich, the youngest son of Emperor Paul I of Russia, and Princess Charlotte of Württemberg, the eldest daughter of Prince Paul of Württemberg, who took the name Elena Pavlovna upon converting to Russian Orthodoxy. Maria died, unmarried and without issue, at the age of 21 in Vienna.

  5. 09/02/2021 · Maria Mikhailovna Romanova of Russia (Romanov Holstein-Gottorp), Grand duchess. Russian: Великая Княжна Мария Михайловна Романова, Grand duchess. Birthdate: February 25, 1825. Birthplace: St. Petersburg, Russia. Death: November 19, 1846 (21) Wien, Österreich (Austria)

    • February 25, 1825
    • St.Petersburg., Russia
    • St. Petersburg, Russia
  6. Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna of Russia has been a claimant to the headship of the Imperial Family of Russia since 1992. Although she has used Grand Duchess of Russia as her title of pretence with the style Imperial Highness throughout her life, her right to do so is disputed. She is a great-great-granddaughter in the male line of Emperor Alexander II of Russia.