Casado con María de Hesse-Darmstadt. María Nikoláievna (1819-1876). Casada con Maximiliano de Beauharnais. Olga Nikoláievna (1822-1892). Casada con el rey Carlos I de Wurtemberg. Alejandra Nikoláievna (1825-1844). Casada con Federico de Hesse-Kassel. Constantino Nikoláievich (1827-1892). Casado con Alejandra de Sajonia-Altenburgo.
Maria Feodorovna's birthday was a week after the funeral, and as it was a day in which court mourning could be somewhat relaxed, Nicholas used the day to marry Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt, who took the name Alexandra Feodorovna. As Empress Dowager, Maria was much more popular than either Nicholas or Alexandra.
Early life. Louise was born a Princess of Battenberg at Schloss Heiligenberg, Seeheim-Jugenheim, in the Grand Duchy of Hesse.Her father, Prince Louis of Battenberg, who was an admiral in the British Royal Navy, renounced his German title during the First World War and anglicised his family name to "Mountbatten" at the behest of George V.
Guillaume V Batave, prince d'Orange-Nassau (en néerlandais Willem V Batavus, prins van Oranje en Nassau), né à La Haye le 8 mars 1748 et mort à Brunswick le 9 avril 1806, est prince de Nassau-Dietz à sa naissance, prince d'Orange-Nassau en 1751, stathouder des Provinces-Unies de 1751 à 1795, prince de Fulda et comte de Corvey en 1802.
They had one surviving child, Juliana of the Netherlands. Death. Marie died in 1922 in The Hague. She was in The Hague to congratulate Prince Henry on his 46th birthday. The royal hearse brought the body from Noordeinde Palace to the railway station. The coffin then went by train to Germany, where the princess was buried. Ancestry
Elisabeth Christine became queen dowager upon the death of Frederick the Great on 17 August 1786. She wasn't present at the death of her spouse and hadn't seen him since January of that year, but was given public sympathy for his death because of the popularity she enjoyed among the public, to all of whom, according to Spalding, she was "so dear in her affliction."
The fifth child and fourth (but second surviving) daughter, Maria Christina was born on the 25th birthday of her mother, on 13 May 1742 at Vienna, Austria.The next day she was baptized in the Hofburg with the names Maria Christina Johanna Josepha Antonia; Christina was named after her grandmother Elisabeth Christine, Holy Roman Empress, however, she was always called Marie or Mimi at the ...