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  1. Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth. Mother. Wilhelmine of Prussia. Princess Elisabeth Friederike Sophie of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (30 August 1732 – 6 April 1780), was a German princess of the House of Hohenzollern and the Duchess of Württemberg by marriage.

  2. Wilhelmine's only child was Elisabeth Fredericka Sophie of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, born on August 30, 1732. Described by Casanova as the most beautiful princess in Germany, she was married to Karl Eugen, Duke of Württemberg, in 1748. She died on 6 April 1780 without surviving children. Memoirs

  3. La princesa Elisabeth Friederike Sophie de Brandeburgo-Bayreuth (30 de agosto de 1732 - 6 de abril de 1780), fue una princesa alemana de la Casa de Hohenzollern y duquesa de Württemberg por matrimonio.

  4. Elisabeth Sophie of Brandenburg (5 April 1674 – 22 November 1748), was a Duchess consort of Courland by marriage to Duke Frederick Casimir Kettler of Courland, a Margravine consort of Brandenburg-Bayreuth by marriage to Christian Ernst, Margrave of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, and a Duchess consort of Saxe-Meiningen by marriage to Ernst ...

  5. Margravine Elisabeth Fredericka Sophie of Brandenburg-Bayreuth (30 August 1732 – 6 April 1780), was a German princess of the House of Hohenzollern and the Duchess of Württemberg by marriage. Biography Early life

  6. Van Sandrart, attributed to - Elisabeth Fredericka Sophie of Brandenburg-Bayreuth.png 1,000 × 741; 1.86 MB WD Majer - Elisabeth Friederike Sophie von Württemberg (ÖaL).png 818 × 1,041; 1.43 MB Attributed to Lorenz von Sandrart - "Elisabeth Sophie Friederike, Duchess of Wuerttemberg".jpg 930 × 634; 554 KB

  7. 30 de mar. de 2021 · English: This portrait identified as Margravine Elisabeth Fredericka Sophie of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, Duchess of Württemberg (1732-1780) is probably a depiction of Countess Marie Sophie Wilhelmine of Solms-Laubach, Duchess of Württemberg-Oels (1721-1793) as this appears to be a copy of a 1752 painting by Johann Georg Ziesenis (see ...