Friederike Dorothea Sophia von Brandenburg-Schwedt: Nacimiento: 18 de diciembre de 1736 Schwedt : Fallecimiento: 9 de marzo de 1798 (61 años) Stuttgart (Ducado de Wurtemberg) Sepultura: Palacio de Ludwigsburg: Nacionalidad: Alemana: Religión: Protestantismo: Lengua materna: Alemán: Familia; Familia: Casa de Hohenzollern: Padres: Federico Guillermo de Brandeburgo-Schwedt
Friederike was a daughter of Margrave Frederick William of Brandenburg-Schwedt and Princess Sophia Dorothea of Prussia. Her mother was a sister of Frederick the Great. Her siblings included Elisabeth Louise, Princess Augustus Ferdinand of Prussia and Philippine, Landgravine of Hesse-Cassel .
- 20 May 1795 – 23 December 1797
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As the sixth child and third daughter of Frederick William I, Friederike Luise was a sister of Frederick II of Prussia, Queen Louisa Ulrika of Sweden, and Philippine Charlotte, Duchess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Through her mother, she was a granddaughter of George I of Great Britain, who became King of Britain the year she was born and died when s...
On 30 May 1729 in Berlin, Friederike Luise married her Hohenzollern kinsman Karl Wilhelm Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach(12 May 1712 – 3 August 1757). They had two children : 1. Charles Frederick Augustus (7 April 1733 – 9 May 1737) 2. Charles Alexander, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (24 February 1736 – 5 January 1806). Married firstly...
After the death of her older sister Charlotte Albertine (1713–1714), she was given special consideration and was allowed to grow up as she pleased. Her sister Wilhelmine of Bayreuth describes her in her memoirs as possessing a "capricious and petty nature". However, she also praised her talent and beauty. Her marriage was arranged by her mother-in-...
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Friederike was described as witty and charming. She belonged to the reformed faith, while her consort was Catholic, but she brought up her children as Lutheran upon agreement with the Lutheran council, from whom she received an allowance. From 1769 she lived at Montbéliard, which was being managed by her husband, but which had to be abandoned in 17...
Friederike was a daughter of Margrave Frederick William of Brandenburg-Schwedt and his wife Princess Sophia Dorothea of Prussia. Her mother was a sister of Frederick the Great. Her siblings included Elisabeth Louise, Princess Augustus Ferdinand of Prussia and Philippine, Landgravine of Hesse-Cassel.
On 2 November 1753, she married Frederick Eugen of Württemberg. He would succeed his brother in 1795, making her Duchess consort of Württemberg. They had twelve children: 1. Duke Frederick Wilhelm Karl of Württemberg (6 November 1754 – 30 October 1816); succeeded his father as Duke of Württemberg; would later become the first King of Württemberg. 2...
The current reigning monarchs Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, King Juan Carlos I of Spain, King Harald V of Norway, King Willem-Alexander I of the Netherla...
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1. 18 December 1736 – 2 November 1753 Her Serene HighnessMargravine Friederike of Brandenburg-Schwedt 2. 2 November 1753 – 20 May 1795 Her Serene HighnessDuchess Friederike of Württemberg 3. 20 May 1795 – 23 December 1797 Her Serene HighnessThe Duchess of Württemberg 4. 23 December 1797 – 9 March 1798 Her Serene HighnessThe Dowager Duchess of Württemberg
Margravine Friederike Dorothea Sophia of Brandenburg-Schwedt (* 18.12.1736, O 2.11.1753, † 9.3.1798) Margrave Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg-Schwedt (* 17.11.1700, O 10.11.1734, † 4.3.1771) Princess Sophie Dorothea of Prussia (* 25.1.1719, O 10.11.1734, † 13.11.1765) King Friedrich II of Prussia Princess Philippine Charlotte of Prussia
Frederick William, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt Frederick William of Brandenburg-Schwedt (17 November 1700 – 4 March 1771) was a German nobleman. In his lifetime, from 1711 to 1771, he held the titles Prince in Prussia and Margrave of Brandenburg, with the style Royal Highness. He was made a knight of the Order of the Black Eagle .