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  1. Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau (20 September 1832 – 17 September 1905), was the only son of William, Duke of Nassau by his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. He married morganatically in London on 1 July 1868 Natalya Alexandrovna Pushkina (Saint Petersburg, 4 June 1836 – Cannes, 23 March 1913).

  2. Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau , was the only son of William, Duke of Nassau by his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau .

  3. Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau (20 September 1832 – 17 September 1905), was the only son of William, Duke of Nassau by his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. He married morganatically in London on 1 July 1868 with Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina (Saint Petersburg, 4 June 1836 –...

  4. Nikolaus Wilhelm, Prince of Nassau(Biebrich, 20 September 1832 - Wiesbaden, 17 September 1905), was the only son of William, Duke of Nassauby his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. [1] Marriage and issue He married morganaticallyin Londonon 1 July 1868 Natalya Alexandrovna Pushkina (Saint Petersburg, 4 June 1836 - Cannes, 23 March 1913).

  5. 25 de nov. de 2022 · Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau (20 September 1832 – 17 September 1905), was the only son of William, Duke of Nassau by his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. Marriage and issue He married morganatically in London on 1 July 1868 with Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina (Saint Petersburg, 4 June 1836 – Cannes, 23 March 1913).

  6. 7 de dic. de 2019 · This branch concerns the heirs of Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau, the younger half-brother of Grand Duke Adolphe, who married morganatically, which is to say he married below his rank, as his wife Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina (the daughter of the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin), an untitled member of the nobility.

  7. 31 de dic. de 2015 · Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm, or simply "Niclas" to his family, was the younger half-brother of Grand Duke Adolph, great-great-grandfather of Grand Duke Henri.In 1856, it was Prince Nikolaus who represented the Duchy of Nassau, then reigned by his older brother, at the coronation of Tsar Alexander II in St. Petersburg.