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  1. Princess Augusta of Württemberg (4 October 1826 in Stuttgart – 3 December 1898, ibid.) was a daughter of King William I of Württemberg and his wife, Pauline of Württemberg . Life. Augusta was the third and last child of her parents' marriage. She was described as unattractive, but cheerful and wise.

  2. Duchess Auguste Elisabeth of Württemberg [1] (in German: Auguste Elisabeth, Herzogin von Württemberg; [1] 30 October 1734 – 4 June 1787) [1] was a member of the Ducal House of Württemberg and a Duchess of Württemberg by birth. Through her marriage to Karl Anselm, 4th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, Auguste was also a member of the Princely ...

  3. 7 de abr. de 2024 · Auguste Wilhelmine Henriette Prinzessin von Württemberg Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach (Württemberg) aka von Württemberg (4 Oct 1826 - 3 Dec 1898)

  4. Augusta of Great Britain (Augusta Frederica; 31 July 1737 – 23 March 1813) was a British princess, granddaughter of George II and the only elder sibling of George III. She was Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg and Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel by marriage to Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick .

  5. The collection of papers from the House of Brunswick comprises over 200 documents, principally correspondence, covering the period 1759 to 1819. These letters are written in both French and English, and the majority of this correspondence is from Princess Augusta, later Duchess of Brunswick (1737-1813), to her brother George III.

  6. Augusta Guillermina Enriqueta: Otros títulos: Duquesa de Sajonia; Princesa de Wurtemberg; Nacimiento: 4 de octubre de 1826 Stuttgart, Reino de Wurtemberg: Fallecimiento: 3 de diciembre de 1898 (72 años) Stuttgart, Reino de Wurtemberg: Sepultura: Cementerio de Praga, Stuttgart: Familia; Casa real: Wurtemberg: Padre: Guillermo I de ...

  7. On 8 June 1808, in Munich, Caroline Augusta married Crown Prince William of Württemberg (1781–1864), becoming crown princess of Württemberg. They had no children and were divorced on 31 August 1814.