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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. Pablo de Wurtemberg c.1800. Príncipe Pablo de Wurtemberg (Pablo Enrique Carlos Federico Augusto, 19 de enero de 1785 - 16 de abril de 1852) fue el cuarto hijo y el segundo varón del rey Federico I y su esposa, la duquesa Augusta Carolina de Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel .

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    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 parents separated shortly after his birth. The marriage was unhappy, and there were allegations of abusive treatment of his mother. His mother was granted asylum by Catherine the Great and never returned to Württemberg. She died in exile in Koluvere, Estonia, in 1788. In 1797, Frederick married Charlotte, Princess Royal, eldest daughter of King George III of the United Kingdom, who supervised the education of Paul and his two surviving siblings, Wilhelm and Catharina. Charlotte regarded Paul as "a very comical boy and, in my partial eyes, his manners are like Adolphus[Charlotte's younger brother]." As Paul grew up, her opinion changed. During the visit of the Allied...

    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 Russia 2. Prince Frederick Karl August (21 February 1808 – 9 May 1870); married his cousin Princess Catherine Frederica of Württemberg and was the father of William II of Württemberg. 3. Paul Friedrich (7 March 1809 – 28 May 1810) 4. Princess Pauline Friederike Marie (25 February 1810 – 7 July 1856); married William, Duke of Nassau; mother of Sophia of Nassau, wife of Oscar II of Sweden. Through Pauline, Paul is an ancestor of the present Belgian, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish royal families, and the Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg. 5. Prince August (24 January 1813 – 12 January 1885); married (morganatically) Marie Bethge, with issue.

    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. While in Paris, he fathered two more illegitimate daughters by two different mistresses. Shortly after the death of his wife in 1847, Paul went to England with his long-term mistress Magdalena Fausta Angela Creus y soler, of Menorcan origin, the widow of Sir Sandford Whittingham KCB, and they were married in the Parish Church of St Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex, on 26 April 1848.She died in Paris, 27 December 1852. Their daughter Pauline Madeleine Ximenes, who had been born in Paris on 3 March 1825, was created Countess von Helfenstein in 1841. So far it has not been disclosed who had conferred upon her the aristocratic title of "von Rottenburg". Pauline marri...

    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
  3. Prince Paul of Württemberg Prince of Württemberg. Prince Paul of Württemberg is a 67 years old Prince of Württemberg from Saint Petersburg, St.-Petersburg. Prince Paul of Württemberg was born on January 19, 1785 (died on April 16, 1852, he was 67 years old) in Saint Petersburg, St.-Petersburg.

  4. There was Duke Paul Wilhelm of Württemberg who I believe the Journals of Prince Paul of Wutermburg refers to (even though his title was Duke as he was not a descended from a Württemberg king). - dwc lr 15:40, 17 January 2011 (UTC)

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    Duke Friedrich Paul Wilhelm of Württemberg was a member of the House of Württemberg and a Duke of Württemberg. Paul Wilhelm was a German naturalist and explorer, who in the early 19th century, undertook several expeditions in North America, North Africa, and Australia. In 1829, he discovered the sources of the Missouri River.

    Paul Wilhelm was the fifth and youngest child of Duke Eugen of Württemberg and his wife Princess Luise of Stolberg-Gedern. Through his father, Paul Wilhelm was a grandson of Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg and his wife Friederike Dorothea of Brandenburg-Schwedt. He was a nephew of Frederick of Württemberg, the first King of Württemberg.

    Between the years 1822 to 1824, Paul Wilhelm's undertook his first major research trip to Cuba and North America. He kept a diary in which he described the places he visited in great scientific and ethnological detail. An artist produced numerous images of the landscapes, plants, and animals. Paul Wilhelm devoted himself particularly to the study North and South America. He spent time exploring the Western United States and met the son of Sacagawea, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau. After his initial m

    Paul Wilhelm married his second cousin Princess Maria Sophia of Thurn and Taxis, fifth child and fourth daughter of Karl Alexander, 5th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Duchess Therese of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, on 17 April 1827 in Regensburg. Paul Wilhelm and Maria Sophia Dorothea had one son: 1. Duke Wilhelm Ferdinand Maximilian Karl of Württemberg, married Princess Hermine of Schaumburg-Lippe, eldest child of Adolf I, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe He and Maria Sophia Dorothea divorced ...

  5. Prince Paul o Württemberg (Paul Heinrich Karl Friedrich August; 19 Januar 1785 – 16 Apryle 1852) wis the fowert bairn an seicont son o Keeng Frederick I an his wife, Duchess Augusta o Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. He is an aw an ancestor o Boris Johnson

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