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  1. 3.1 Countess of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, 1552–1711 3.2 Princess of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, 1711–1918 4 Titular Princess of Schwarzburg 4.1 House of Schwarzburg, 1918–1984 5 Notes 6 Sources Schwarzburg Countess of Schwarzburg (Incomplete), 1197–1552 Schwarzburg-Sondershausen Countess of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen, 1552–1697

    Name
    Father
    Birth
    Marriage
    Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg ...
    22 December 1670
    15 October 1691
    John Ernest IV, Duke of ...
    9 August 1693
    8 February 1720
    Christian Eberhard, Prince of East Frisia ...
    16 March 1688
    31 December 1729
    Ernest Augustus I, Duke of ...
    5 May 1724
    19 November 1744
  2. Princess Charlotte was confirmed on 22 May 1803 in the chapel of Frederiksberg Palace along with her brother Prince Christian Frederik and sister Princess Juliane Sophie. Marriage Charlottenlund Palace, c. 1830. On 10 November 1810 in Amalienborg Palace, she married Prince William of Hesse-Kassel.

  3. 09/05/2022 · “Heidecksburg is a Baroque palace in Rudolstadt, Thuringia, and served as the residence of the princes to Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. After a fire in 1735 and its reconstruction, it has remained intact, including during World War II.”

  4. 10/05/2022 · Juliane von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld Y Großfürstin von Russland , Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld Juliane Henriette Ulrike von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld Geboren am 23. September 1781 - Coburg (DE) Gestorben am 15. August 1860 - Kirchenfeld-Schosshalde (CH) 78 Jahre alt 3 Kinder Ehen und Kinder Verheiratet am 26.

  5. 07/05/2022 · Discover the family tree of Juliana von Stolberg-Wernigerode for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry.

  6. 15/05/2022 · In the 10th century the Emperor Otto Ihad created the County Palatine of Saxonyin the Saale-Unstrutarea of southern Saxony. The honour was initially held by a Count of Hessengau, then from the early 11th century by the Counts of Goseck, later by the Counts of Sommerschenburg, and still later by the Landgraves of Thuringia.