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  1. Duke Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (19 April 1876 – 3 July 1934) he married Wilhelmina of the Netherlands on 7 February 1901. 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.

  2. Maria Volmer: 8. Juni 1890: 6. November 2000: 110 Jahre und 151 Tage: 40.328: geboren in Preußen (Westfalen), gestorben in Nordrhein-Westfalen 0 77: Johanne Rasmus: 25. Oktober 1896: 25. März 2007: 110 Jahre und 151 Tage: 40.327: geboren in Preußen (Hannover), gestorben in Niedersachsen 0 78: Maria Jantke: 18. Oktober 1902: 9. März 2013: ...

  3. Dona Maria Amélia (French: Marie Amélie Louise Hélène; 28 September 1865 – 25 October 1951) was the last Queen consort of Portugal as the wife of Carlos I of Portugal. She was regent of Portugal during the absence of her spouse in 1895.

  4. Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Güstrow and Mecklenburg-Strelitz were typical partition principalities. Until the late 18th century, most parts had returned to the senior branch (Schwerin), after which the patrimony was divided in two states until the very end of monarchy in Germany: Mecklenburg-Schwerin; Mecklenburg-Strelitz

  5. Queen Juliana Maria was described as shy, reserved and somewhat stuttering when first introduced to the Danish royal court as its new queen; having been given a strict education, she submitted to fulfill her duty as the second queen of Frederick V and the stepmother of his children, but reportedly felt uncomfortable at the situation and the pressure put upon her in her new role.

  6. Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna Romanova of Russia was born on 16 February 1786 in Saint Petersburg as the fifth child and third daughter of Tsesarevich Paul Petrovich of Russia and his second wife, Tsesarevna Maria Feodorovna (1754–1801), born Duchess Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg (1759–1828). She was named after her mother.

  7. Marie's godparents were Empress Maria Alexandrovna (her maternal grandmother, for whom Queen Victoria stood proxy), the Princess of Wales (her paternal aunt), the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (her great-aunt, for whom Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein stood proxy), the Tsarevich of Russia (her maternal uncle, for whom Count Pyotr Andreyevich Shuvalov stood proxy) and the Duke of ...