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  1. Duke William of Württemberg; William, Prince of Hohenzollern; William, Prince of Wied; Friedrich Graf von Wrangel; Duke Eugen of Württemberg (1846–1877) Yamagata Aritomo; Yamamoto Gonnohyōe; Heinrich von Zastrow; Nikola Zhekov; 1st Class. Prince Adalbert of Bavaria (1828–1875) Albert, Prince Consort; Alexander of Battenberg; Alfred I ...

  2. This is an incomplete list of people who have been created honorary Knights or Dames by the British crown, as well as those who have been raised to the two comparable Orders of Chivalry (Order of Merit and Order of the Companions of Honour) and the Royal Victorian Chain, which do not carry pre-nominal styles.

  3. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo: 14. Alfred, 2nd Prince of Montenuovo: 29. Countess Juliana Batthyány-Strattmann: 7. Princess Franziska of Montenuovo: 30. Ferdinand Bonaventura, 7th Prince Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau (= 20) 15. Countess Franziska Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau: 31. Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (= 21)

  4. Albertine, Countess of Montenuovo (1817–1867), married Luigi Sanvitale, Count of Fontanellato; William Albert, Count of Montenuovo, later created Prince of Montenuovo (1819–1895), married Countess Juliana Batthyány von Németújvár; Mathilde, Countess of Montenuovo (1822–c.1823) Gustavo, Count of Montenuovo, born in 1823, died young.

  5. Alfred, 2nd Prince of Montenuovo; ... Albert Joseph, 1st Count Goblet d'Alviela. ... Prince William of Baden (1829–1897)

  6. History. At first, the Order had but one class and was named the "Order of Anna". The statutes of the Order promulgated in 1735 established as the principal insignia a red-enameled gold cross, with an image of Saint Anne imposed upon the centre of the cross; the reverse bore the initials "A.I.P.F." (for "Anna Imperatoris Petri Filia": "Anna, Emperor Peter's daughter" in Latin).

  7. History. The introduction of the Imperial Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky was envisioned by Emperor Peter I of Russia (r. 1682–1721) for rewarding military bravery in battle.