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  1. Prince Paul of Württemberg (Paul Heinrich Karl Friedrich August; 19 January 1785 – 16 April 1852) was the fourth child and second son of King Frederick I and his wife, Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel .

  2. Prince Paul of Württemberg was the fourth child and second son of King Frederick I and his wife, Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Prince Paul of Württemberg .

  3. Prince Paul of Württemberg (Paul Heinrich Karl Friedrich August; 19 January 1785 – 16 April 1852) was the fourth child and second son of King Frederick I and his wife, Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Read more on Wikipedia Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Prince Paul of Württemberg has received more than 222,847 page views.

    • Early Life
    • First Marriage and Children
    • Later Life and Second Marriage
    • Honours

    Paul was born in St. Pe­ters­burg dur­ing a pe­riod when his fa­ther, not yet the ruler of Würt­tem­berg, was made gov­er­nor of Old Fin­land by Cather­ine the Great in Rus­sia. The cou­ple had trav­eled to Rus­sia to visit Fred­er­ick's sis­ter So­phie, who was mar­ried to the heir to the Russ­ian throne, the Tsesare­vich Paul. Prince Paul's par­e...

    On 28 Sep­tem­ber 1805 in Lud­wigs­burg, Paul mar­ried Princess Char­lotte of Saxe-Hild­burghausen, sec­ond daugh­ter of Fred­er­ick, Duke of Saxe-Hild­burghausen, who be­came Duke of Saxe-Al­tenburg in 1826. They had five chil­dren: 1. Princess Friederike Charlotte Marie (9 January 1807 – 2 February 1873); married Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of R...

    In 1815 Paul moved from his home in Stuttgart to Paris, leav­ing his wife and two sons, but tak­ing his daugh­ters with him. There he led a rel­a­tively mod­est life, but was fre­quently in the com­pany of in­tel­lec­tu­als such as Georges Cu­vier. Paul's fam­ily did not ap­prove of this and or­dered him to re­turn to Würt­tem­berg, but he refused....

    French Empire: Grand Eagle of the Legion of Honour, 1805/06
    Kingdom of Bavaria: Knight of St. Hubert, 1808
    Kingdom of Prussia: Knight of the Black Eagle, 3 November 1812
  4. Prince Paul of Württemberg The basics Quick Facts embed infocard on your website The details (from wikipedia) Biography Prince Paul of Württemberg (Paul Heinrich Karl Friedrich August; 19 January 1785 – 16 April 1852) was the fourth child and second son of King Frederick I and his wife, Duchess Augusta of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Early life

    • Male
    • Saint Petersburg
    • Prince of Württemberg
    • January 19, 1785
  5. Prinz Paul Friedrich Karl August von Württemberg als Offizier.jpg 431 × 520; 56 KB 0 references sex or gender male 1 reference country of citizenship Germany 1 reference allegiance Russian Empire 0 references name in native language Paul Friedrich Karl August von Württemberg (German) 1 reference given name Paul series ordinal 1 0 references

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