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      • Anna of Württemberg ( Polish: Anna Wirtemberska; 12 June 1561 in Stuttgart – 7 July 1616 in Chojnów ), was a German princess, member of the House of Württemberg, and by her two marriages Duchess of Oława - Wołów and Legnica . She was the daughter of Christoph, Duke of Württemberg, by his wife Anna Maria of Brandenburg-Ansbach, daughter of George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach .
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  1. Anna of Württemberg - Wikipedia

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    Anna of Württemberg ( Polish: Anna Wirtemberska; 12 June 1561 in Stuttgart – 7 July 1616 in Chojnów ), was a German princess, member of the House of Württemberg, and by her two marriages Duchess of Oława - Wołów and Legnica . She was the daughter of Christoph, Duke of Württemberg, by his wife Anna Maria of Brandenburg-Ansbach, daughter of George, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach .

  2. Duchess Marie of Württemberg - Wikipedia

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    Duchess Marie of Württemberg (Antoinette Friederike Auguste Marie Anna Herzogin von Württemberg; 17 September 1799 – 24 September 1860) was a daughter of Duke Alexander of Württemberg and Antoinette of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. She was Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha from 1832 to 1844 as the second wife of Duke Ernest I.

    • 1832–1844
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  3. Anna von Württemberg (1408-1471) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Anna von Württemberg was born 1408 in Waiblingen, Germany to Eberhard IV. von Württemberg (1388-1419) and Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444) and died 16 April 1471 in Waiblingen, Germany of unspecified causes. She married Philipp von Katzenelnbogen (1402-1479) 24 February 1422 JL in Darmstadt, Germany.

    • 1408 Waiblingen, Germany
    • Henriette de Montfaucon (1387-1444)
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  4. Anna von Württemberg (c.1408 - 1471) - Genealogy

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    Anna von Württemberg: Birthdate: circa 1408: Birthplace: Waiblingen, Herzogtum Württemberg, (Present Baden-Württemberg), Heiliges Römisches Reich (Present Germany) Death: April 16, 1471 (59-67) Waiblingen, Herzogtum Württemberg, (Present Baden-Württemberg), Heiliges Römisches Reich (Present Germany) Immediate Family:

  5. Anna Van Württemberg - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Anna Maria van Württemberg (born van Brandenburg-Ansbach) was born in 1526, to George van Brandenburg-Ansbach and Hedwig van Brandenburg-Ansbach (born van Münsterberg). George was born on March 4 1484, in Ansbach. Anna had one sister: Sabina van Brandenburg (born van Ansbach). Anna married Christoffel van Württemberg.

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    Dec 20, 2016 · German: Marie Antoinette Friederike Auguste (Marie) Anna von Württemberg, Prinzessin, Herzogin zu Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha Also Known As: "Marie Of Württemberg"

  7. Anna von Württemberg (1513-1530) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Born in 13 Jan 1513 and died in 28 Jun 1530 Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg Anna von Württemberg

  8. Duchess Elisabeth of Württemberg | Religion-wiki | Fandom

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    She was the eighth of the twelve children of Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg by his wife, Sophia Dorothea of Brandenburg-Schwedt. From all her siblings, only eight survive adulthood: Frederick (later first King of Württemberg); Ludwig (ancestor of the Württemberg-Teck branch of the family and through them a direct-line ancestor of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom); Eugen (who died unmarried); Sophie Dorothea (who, with the name of Maria Feodorovna was Empress of Russia through her marriage to Emperor Paul I of Russia); Wilhelm (ancestor of the Württemberg-Urach branch); Ferdinand (who died unmarried); Fredericka (married with the later Grand Duke Peter of Oldenburg); Karl (who died young and unmarried in 1791); Alexander (ancestor of the current dynastic branch of the House of Württemberg); and Heinrich(who died unmarried).

    At the age of 15, she was called by Emperor Joseph II to Vienna and educated in the Salesianerinnenkloster where she also converted to Catholicism. The purpose of this was to make her the future wife of Joseph II's nephew Franz, the future emperor. She was pupil of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. In Vienna on 6 January 1788, Elisabeth and Franz were married. At this time, Emperor Joseph took care of a hard orthodontic treatment; the young princess enjoyed the emperor's last years with her youthful charm. At the end of 1789 Elisabeth became pregnant; however, her condition was very delicate, caused in part by concern for the deteriorating health of the Emperor. Joseph received the Anointing of the Sick on 15 February 1790, and the scene overwhelmed the young Archduchess: she fainted upon seeing the terminally ill emperor. On the night of 17 February she prematurely gave birth to a feeble-minded child, Archduchess Ludovika Elisabeth of Austriawho lived for only 16 months. Elisabeth didn't su...

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    Brigitte Hamann: Die Habsburger, ein biographisches Lexikon. Verlag Carl Ueberreuter, Vienna, 1988

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  10. Duke Eugen of Württemberg (1758–1822) - Wikipedia

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    21. Princess Anna Adelheid of Fürstenberg-Heiligenberg: 5. Princess Marie Auguste of Thurn and Taxis: 22. Ferdinand August, Prince of Lobkowicz: 11. Princess Maria Ludovika of Lobkowicz: 23. Princess Maria Anna of Baden-Baden: 1. Duke Eugen of Württemberg: 24. Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg: 12. Philip William, Margrave of ...

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