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  1. Contemporary Painting, 1800. Countess Louise Caroline von Hochberg, born Geyer von Geyersberg (26 May 1768 in Karlsruhe – 23 June 1820, Karlsruhe), from 1787 Baroness von Hochberg, from 1796 Countess of Hochberg, was the second wife of the Margrave and later Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Baden.

    • Lieutenant Colonel Baron Louis Henry Philipp Geyer von Geyersberg
    • 26 May 1768, Karlsruhe
    • Countess Maximiliana Christiane von Sponeck
    • 23 June 1820 (aged 52), Karlsruhe
  2. Louise Caroline von Hochberg, born Geyer von Geyersberg, from 1787 Baroness von Hochberg, from 1796 Countess of Hochberg (26 May 1768 in Karlsruhe – 23 June 1820, Karlsruhe) was the morganatic second wife of the Margrave and later Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Baden.

    • Origin
    • Marriage to Margrave Charles Frederick
    • Sons' Inheritance
    • Kaspar Hauser
    • Offspring

    Louise Caroline Geyer von Geyersberg was the daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Ludwig Heinrich Philip Geyer von Geyersberg (1729-1772) and his wife, Countess Maximiliana von Sponeck. She descends from a family of Lower Austria surnamed Geiger; Walther Geiger, a postal administrator in Vienna, being ennobled in the Holy Roman Empire, along with some co...

    Although referred to at the wedding on 24 November 1787 by the title "Baroness Geyer von Geyersberg" by her fiance, her marriage to the Margrave Charles Frederick, who had been widowed since 1783, was at the time deemed morganatic because she was regarded as of unequal rank to the prince. Following the wedding, the Margrave declared that his wife w...

    Although Louise Caroline's children were not initially legally recognised as of dynastic rank, on 20 February 1796 their father clarified in writing (subsequently co-signed by his elder sons) that the couple's sons were eligible to succeed to the margravial throne in order of male primogeniture after extinction of the male issue of his first marria...

    It was alleged that Louise Caroline conspired to substitute a dead infant for the first-born son of Grand Duke Charles and Grand Duchess Stephanie, in order the secure the throne for her own sons. When Kaspar Hauserwas found, rumour had it that he was this first-born prince of Baden, allegedly spirited away at birth and raised without knowledge of ...

    By her marriage to Charles Frederick she had the following children: 1. Leopold(August 29, 1790 – April 24, 1852) 2. William(April 8, 1792 – 11 October 1859) 3. Frederick Alexander (June 10, 1793 – June 18, 1793) 4. Amalie (January 26, 1795 – September 14, 1869), married on 19 April 1818 Prince Charles Egon II of Fürstenberg (October 28, 1796 – Oct...

  3. Countess Louise Caroline von Hochberg, born Geyer von Geyersberg (26 May 1768 in Karlsruhe – 23 June 1820, Karlsruhe), from 1787 Baroness von Hochberg, from 1796 Countess of Hochberg, was the second wife of the Margrave and later Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Baden.

  4. Louise Caroline, comtesse de Hochberg (née Geyer von Geyersberg le 26 mai 1768 à Karlsruhe et morte le 23 juin 1820 à Karlsruhe) fut titrée en 1787, baronne de Hochberg et en 1796, comtesse de Hochberg. Elle était la deuxième épouse du margrave et plus tard grand-duc Charles Ier de Bade.

  5. Louise Caroline of Hochberg is a 52 years old Louise Caroline Baroness Geyer of Geyersberg (birth name) from Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg. Louise Caroline of Hochberg was born on May 26, 1768 (died on June 23, 1820, she was 52 years old) in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg. Her nickname was Louise Caroline of Hochberg.

  6. Louise Caroline von Hochberg born Geyer von Geyersberg from 1787 Baroness von Hochberg from 1796 Countess of Hochberg (26 May 1768 in Karlsruhe – 23 June 1820 Karlsruhe) was the morganatic second wife of the Margrave and later Grand Duke Charles Frederick of Baden. Her descendants eventually ascended the grandducal throne and reigned until 1918.