Henriette (of Nassau)1,2

F, #10558, b. 1780, d. 1857
Father*Prince Karl (of Nassau-Weilburg)2 b. 1735, d. 1817
Mother*Caroline (?)2 b. 1743, d. 1787
Relationship14th cousin 5 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG6-0JD
     Henriette (of Nassau) was born in 1780 in Nassau, to, daughter of Prince Karl (of Nassau-Weilburg) and Caroline (?).1,2 Henriette (of Nassau) was the daughter of Prince Karl (of Nassau-Weilburg) and Caroline (?)2 Henriette (of Nassau) married Duke Ludwig (of Wurttemberg), son of Frederick Eugene (of Wurttemberg) and Dorothea (of Brandenburg), in 1797.1,2 Henriette (of Nassau) died in 1857.2
     Henriette's mother Caroline (?) died in 1787.2 Henriette (of Nassau) became the mother of Maria (of Wurttemberg) in 1797.1 Henriette (of Nassau) became the mother of Amalie (of Württemberg) in 1799.1 Henriette (of Nassau) became the mother of Pauline (of Wurttemberg) in 1800.1 Henriette (of Nassau) became the mother of Alexander (of Württemberg) in 1804.1,2 Henriette's father Prince Karl (of Nassau-Weilburg) died in 1817.2 Henriette (of Nassau) became a widow with the death of her husband, Duke Ludwig (of Wurttemberg) in 1817.2 Henriette's daughter was married at wedding of Amalie (of Württemberg) and Joseph (of Saxe-Altenbur) in 1817.1 Henriette's daughter was married at wedding of Maria (of Wurttemberg) and Joseph (of Austria) in 1819.1 Henriette's son was married at wedding of Alexander (of Württemberg) and Claudine (?) in 1835.1 Henriette's daughter Amalie (of Württemberg) died in 1848.1 Henriette's daughter Maria (of Wurttemberg) died in 1855.1

Family

Duke Ludwig (of Wurttemberg) b. 1756, d. 1817
Children
ChartsEnglish Royalty
English Royalty (Indented)
Last Edited18 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S214] European Monarchs: Relationships between Queen Elizabeth II and other European sovereigns, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/europe.pdf. Hereinafter cited as European Monarchs.