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  1. Feb 04, 2021 · Genealogy for Duchess Maria Elisabeth Elżbieta von Sachsen (Wettin, Albertiner), Herzogin zu Holstein-Gottorp (1610 - 1684) family tree on Geni, with over 225 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • "Marie Elisabeth"
    • Dresden, Sachsen, Deutschland (HRR)
    • November 22, 1610
  2. Duchess Marie Elisabeth of Saxony (22 November 1610 – 24 October 1684) was duchess consort of Holstein-Gottorp as the spouse of Duke Friedrich III of Holstein-Gottorp . This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at Duchess Marie Elisabeth of Saxony. The list of authors can be seen in the page history.

    • Maria Elisabeth van Saksen Meissen
    • Female
    • 22 Nov 1610
    • Duchess Marie Elisabeth of Saxony
  3. John of Saxony. Mother. Amalie Auguste of Bavaria. Religion. Roman Catholicism. Elisabeth of Saxony (4 February 1830 – 14 August 1912) was a Princess of Saxony who married the second son of the King of Sardinia. She was the mother of Margherita, Queen of Italy .

  4. Marie Elisabeth von Sachsen was born 22 November 1610 in Dresden, Saxony, Germany to Johann Georg I. von Sachsen (1585-1656) and Magdalena Sibylle von Preußen (1586-1659) and died 24 June 1684 Schloss Husum, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany of unspecified causes. She married Friedrich III. von Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (1597-1659) 21 February 1630 in Dresden, Saxony, Germany. Alfred the Great ...

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    She was born in Dres­den, cap­i­tal of Sax­ony, as daugh­ter of King John of Sax­ony and his wife Amalie Au­guste of Bavaria. Her pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents were Prince Max­i­m­il­ian of Sax­ony and Car­olina of Parma. Her ma­ter­nal grand­par­ents were King Max­i­m­il­ian I Joseph of Bavaria and Karo­line of Baden.

    On 22 April 1850, she mar­ried, in Dres­den Cathe­dral, Prince Fer­di­nand, 1st Duke of Genoa, sec­ond son of King Charles Al­bert of Sar­dinia and Maria Theresa of Aus­tria and Tus­cany. Their mar­riage was a dy­nas­tic arrange­ment, and it was gen­er­ally held to be loveless. The cou­ple had two chil­dren: On 10 Feb­ru­ary 1855 her hus­band died in Turin, leav­ing Eliz­a­beth a widow at the age of 25. Be­fore her sec­ond year of wid­ow­hood had ended, she re­mar­ried on 4 Oc­to­ber 1856 with her cham­ber­lain Nic­colò Bernoud, March­ese di Rapallo. They mar­ried se­cretly, be­fore her pe­riod of of­fi­cial mourn­ing was over. This act so in­fu­ri­ated her brother-in-law Vic­tor Em­manuel II of Italy that he or­dered her into vir­tual exile and dis­al­lowed her from see­ing her two children.They were later re­united how­ever. In 1882, her sec­ond hus­band com­mit­ted sui­cide. Court gos­sip had often hinted that their mar­riage was un­happy, and his sui­cide added fuel to these sto...

    Elis­a­beth suf­fered an at­tack of apoplexy in 1910, which caused her health to quickly deteriorate.She died on 14 Au­gust 1912.

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    She was born in Dresden, capital of Saxony, as daughter of King John of Saxony and his wife Amalie Auguste of Bavaria. Her paternal grandparents were Prince Maximilian of Saxony and Carolina of Parma. Her maternal grandparents were King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and Karoline of Baden.

    On 22 April 1850, she married, in Dresden Cathedral, Prince Ferdinand, 1st Duke of Genoa, second son of King Charles Albert of Sardinia and Maria Theresa of Austria and Tuscany. Their marriage was a dynastic arrangement, and it was generally held to be loveless. The couple had two children: On 10 February 1855 her husband died in Turin, leaving Elizabeth a widow at the age of 25. Before her second year of widowhood had ended, she remarried on 4 October 1856 with her chamberlain Niccolò, Marchese Rapallo. They married secretly, before her period of official mourning was over. This act so infuritated her brother-in-law Victor Emmanuel II of Italy that he ordered her into virtual exile and disallowed her from seeing her two children.They were later reunited however. In 1882, her second husband committed suicide. Court gossip had often hinted that their marriage was unhappy, and his suicide added fuel to these stories.Elisabeth had no children from her second marriage.

    Elisabeth suffered an attack of apoplexy in 1910, which caused her health to quickly deteriorate.She died on 14 August 1912.

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    1. 4 February 1830 – 22 April 1850: Her Royal HighnessPrincess Elizabeth of Saxony, Duchess of Saxony 2. 22 April 1850 – 10 February 1855: Her Royal HighnessThe Duchess of Genoa, Princess and Duchess of Saxony 3. 10 February 1855 – 4 October 1856: Her Royal HighnessThe Dowager Duchess of Genoa, Princess and Duchess of Saxony 4. 4 October 1856 – 27 November 1882: Her Royal HighnessThe Marchioness Rapallo, Princess and Duchess of Saxony 5. 27 November 1882 – 14 August 1912: Her Royal HighnessTh...

  5. Jun 24, 2021 · Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Death: March 02, 1293 (58-67) Brehna, Sandersdorf-Brehna, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Immediate Family: Daughter of Albrecht I, Duke of Saxony-Wittenberg and Agnes von Thüringen. Wife of Konrad I of Brehna and Johann I, Graf von Holstein-Kiel. Mother of Albrecht av Brehna Wettiner; Konrad II av Brehna Wettiner ...

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