Princess Mathilde of Bavaria (Mathilde Marie Theresia Henriette Christine Luitpolda; 17 August 1877 – 6 August 1906) was the sixth child of Ludwig III of Bavaria and his wife, Maria Theresa of Austria-Este. After her early death, Life-Dreams: The Poems of a Blighted Life, a collection of poems she wrote, was published in 1910.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Mathilde_of_Bavaria_(1877–1906)
Princess Mathilde of Bavaria (Mathilde Marie Theresia Henriette Christine Luitpolda; 17 August 1877 – 6 August 1906) was the sixth child of Ludwig III of Bavaria and his wife, Maria Theresa of Austria-Este. After her early death, Life-Dreams: The Poems of a Blighted Life, a collection of poems she wrote, was published in 1910.
Mathilde Ludovika, Duchess in Bavaria (30 September 1843 – 18 June 1925) was the fourth daughter of Maximilian, Duke in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Her mother was the youngest daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria by his second wife Margravine Karoline of Baden .
Matilde of Bavaria Meißen was the eldest daughter of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor and his first wife Beatrix of Świdnica. Matilde was a member of the House of Wittelsbach.
Matilde's paternal grandparents were Louis II, Duke of Bavaria and his third wife Matilda of Habsburg. Her maternal grandparents were Bolko I the Strict and his wife Beatrice of Brandenburg. She had two brothers, Louis V, Duke of Bavaria and Stephen II, Duke of Bavaria. Matilde also had two sisters, Anna and Agnes, however they both died young so Matilde was the only surviving daughter. In 1322, Matilde's mother died, so her father remarried to Margaret II, Countess of Hainault. Matilde gained t
Matilde married May 1323 in Nürnberg to Frederick II, Margrave of Meissen, son of Frederick I, Margrave of Meissen and had 9 children: 1. Elisabeth, married to Friedrich V, Burgrave of Nuremberg. 2. Frederick 3. Frederick III the Strict 4. Balthasar 5. Beatrix, nun in Weißenfels 6. Louis, 7. William the One-eyed 8. Anne, nun in Seußlitz 9. Clara Of the nine children born to Frederick and Matilde, six of them survived infancy. Matilde and Frederick did not get to see any of their children ...
Feb 24, 2020 · Mathilde of Bavaria, the third of four daughters and fifth of seven children of Heinrich IX Bayern and Wulfhild Billung, was born in Munchen, Bayern c.1119. Mathilde married first () Diepold [IV] Markgraf von Vohburg, son of Diepold [III] Markgraf von Vohburg & his first wife Adelajda of Poland. He died in the same year as their marriage.
Sep 26, 2019 · In April 1843, Princess Ludovika of Bavaria – wife of Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria – wrote to her niece Mathilde (Princess Mathilde Caroline of Bavaria, later Grand Duchess of Hesse and by Rhine) that she was pregnant for the 7th time.
Mathilde of Bavaria may refer to: Princess Mathilde of Bavaria (1813–1862), daughter of Ludwig I of Bavaria and wife of Louis III, Grand Duke of Hesse Princess Mathilde of Bavaria (1877–1906), daughter of Ludwig III of Bavaria and wife of Prince Ludwig Gaston of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
May 23, 2018 · Maud von Bayern was the daughter of Heinrich IX Herzog von Bayern and Wolfhildis von Sachsen. She married Dietbold Graf von Vohburg circa 1128. She married Gebhard III Graf von Sulzbach before 1132. She died on 16 March 1183.
Mar 14, 2020 · Archduchess Mathilde‘s forenames were derived from her mother’s sisters, Princess Mathilde Caroline of Bavaria, Grand Duchess of Hesse (1813–1862), Princess Adelgunde of Bavaria Duchess of Modena (1823–1914) and Princess Alexandra of Bavaria (1826–1875), with whom Hildegard had a very close relationship.
Archduchess Mathilde of Austria (Mathilde Marie Adelgunde Alexandra; 25 January 1849 – 6 June 1867) was an Austrian noblewoman. She was the second daughter of Archduke Albert, Duke of Teschen and Princess Hildegard of Bavaria (1825–1864).