Queen Victoria Hanover of England1,2

F, #10461, b. 24 May 1819, d. 1901
Father*Edward Augustus (of Hanover)2 b. 2 Nov 1767, d. 23 Jan 1820
Mother*Victoria Mary Louisa (of Saxe-Coburg)2 b. 17 Aug 1786, d. 16 Mar 1861
Relationship15th cousin 4 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-V48
     Queen Victoria Hanover of England was born on 24 May 1819 in London, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Edward Augustus (of Hanover) and Victoria Mary Louisa (of Saxe-Coburg).2 Queen Victoria Hanover of England married Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha), son of Ernest I (of Saxe-Coburg) and Louise (of Saxe-Gotha), on 10 February 1840 in London, England.1,2 Queen Victoria Hanover of England died in 1901.3 She died on 22 January 1901 in Osborne House, Isle Of Wight, England, at age 81.1 She was buried in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1
      Victoria, queen of Great Britain and Ireland (r. 1837-1901), the longest-reigning monarch in English history, established the monarchy as a respected and popular institution while it was irrevocably losing its place as an integral part of the British governing system. Born in Kensington Palace, London, on May 24, 1819, Victoria was the only child of Edward, duke of Kent and son of George III, and Princess Victoria, daughter of the duke of Saxe-Coburg. Emerging from a lonely, secluded childhood to take the throne on the death of her uncle, William IV, Victoria displayed a personality marked by strong prejudices and a willful stubbornness. She was strongly attached to the Whig prime minister Lord Melbourne; after he resigned in 1839, Sir Robert Peel, his would-be successor, suggested that she dismiss the Whig ladies of her court. Victoria, however, refused. In part because of this 'bed chamber crisis,' Melbourne resumed office for two more years. Victoria and her court were greatly transformed by her marriage to her first cousin, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg, in 1840. Although her name now designates a supposedly prudish age, it was Albert who made a point of straitlaced behavior, and introduced a strict decorum in court. He also gave a more conservative tinge to Victoria's politics, leading her to become close to Peel. The couple had nine children. Victoria populated most of the thrones of Europe wit h her descendants. Among her grandchildren were Emperor William II of Germany and Alexandra, consort of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Albert taught Victoria the need for hard work if she was to make her views felt in the cabinet, and during the prince's lifetime Victoria did, by insistently interjecting her opinions, force the ministers to take them into account. Opposing the policy of Lord Palmerston of encouraging democratic government on the Continent, for example, she was partly responsible for hi s departure as foreign secretary in 1851. She also helped form cabinets. Her political importance was based, however, upon the temporarily factionalized state of Commons between 1846 and 1868, when royal intervention was needed to help glue together majority coalitions. Always prone to self-pity, Victoria fully indulged her grief at Albert's death in 1861. She remained in mourning until her own death, making few public appearances and spending most of each year on the Isle of Wight and in the Scottish Highlands, where her closest companion way s a dour Scottish servant, John Brown. Her popularity declined as a result, and republican sentiment appeared during the late 1860s. Victoria, however, regained the people's admiration when she resumed her determined efforts t o steer public affairs. She won particular esteem for defending the popular imperialist policies of the Conservative ministries of Benjamin Disraeli, who flattered her relentlessly and made her empress of India in 1876. Conversely, she flayed William E. Gladstone, the Liberal prime minister, whom she intensely disliked, for ostensibly weakening the empire. Although Victoria also attacked Gladstone for encouraging democratic trends, the celebrations of her golden and diamond jubilees in 1887 and 1897 demonstrated her great popularity. In Victoria's later career, her attempts to influence government decisions ceased to carry significant weight. The Reform Act of 1867, by doubling the electorate, strengthened party organization and eliminated the need for a mediator--the monarch--among factions in Commons. Victoria died on Jan. 22, 1901. She was succeeded by her son, Edward VII. Her letters have bee n published in three series (1907; 1926-28; 1930-32).1 Victoria's father Edward Augustus (of Hanover) died on 23 January 1820 in Sidmouth, Devon, England.1,2 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became Queen of England in 1837 replacing King William IV (Henry) Hanover of England.2 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Victoria Adelaide Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) on 21 November 1840.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England on 9 November 1841.1,3 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) on 25 April 1843.1,3 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Alfred Ernest Albert (of Saxe-Coburg) on 6 August 1844.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Helena Augusta Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) on 25 May 1846.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Louise Caroline Alberta (of Saxe-Coburg) on 18 March 1848.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Arthur William Patrick (of Saxe-Coburg) on 1 May 1850.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Leopold George Duncan (of Saxe-Coburg) on 7 April 1853.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became the mother of Beatrice Mary Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) on 14 April 1857.1,4 Victoria's daughter was married at wedding of Victoria Adelaide Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) and Frederick III (of Germany) on 25 January 1858 in London, England.1 Victoria's mother Victoria Mary Louisa (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 16 March 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1,2 Queen Victoria Hanover of England became a widow with the death of her husband, Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) on 14 December 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England, at age 42.1,3 Victoria's daughter was married at wedding of Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) and Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) in 1862 in Isle Of Wright, England.1,3 Victoria's son was married at wedding of King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England and Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England) on 10 March 1863 in Windsor, England.1,3 Victoria's daughter was married at wedding of Helena Augusta Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) and Christian Christian Charles (of Schleswig-Hol) on 5 July 1866 at Windsor Castle, Westminster, England.1 Victoria's daughter was married at wedding of Louise Caroline Alberta (of Saxe-Coburg) and John Campbell (of Argyll) on 21 March 1871 in Windsor, England.1 Victoria's son was married at wedding of Alfred Ernest Albert (of Saxe-Coburg) and Marie Alexandrovna (of Russia) on 23 January 1874 at the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia.1 Victoria's daughter Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 14 December 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany.1,3 Victoria's son was married at wedding of Arthur William Patrick (of Saxe-Coburg) and Louise Margaret (of Prussia) in 1879.1 Victoria's son Leopold George Duncan (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 28 March 1884 in Cannes, France.1 Victoria's daughter was married at wedding of Beatrice Mary Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) and Henry (of Battenburg) on 23 July 1885 in Isle Of Wight.1,4 Victoria's son Alfred Ernest Albert (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 30 July 1900 in Schloss Rosenau, Near Coburg.1 Queen Victoria Hanover of England was replaced as King of England by King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England in 1901.3

Family

Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) b. 26 August 1819, d. 14 December 1861
Children
Last Edited17 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. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  3. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.
  4. [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.

1930 NY Kings Census

F, #10462, b. 1 April 1930
Father*1930 US Census b. 1 Apr 1930
Mother*New York Census b. 25 Jul 1788
     1930 NY Kings Census was based on 1 April 1930. She was the daughter of 1930 US Census and New York Census.

Census

DatePlace
1930at East 21st Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New YorkGeorg Carl Kirkegaard Jr is head of household on the census of 19 April 1930 at East 21st Street, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, Enumerated with Georg Carl Kirkegaard Jr were Anna Oernwig and Helga Amelia Kirkegaard.1
1930Mrs Anna (?) Kirkegaard was enumerated with Georg Carl Kirkegaard Jr on the census of 19 April 1930.1
1930Helga Amelia Kirkegaard was enumerated with Georg Carl Kirkegaard Jr on the census of 19 April 1930.1
Last Edited25 Sep 2008

Citations

  1. [S213] United States Census, 1930, George Kirkegaard, New York, Kings, Brooklyn, Enumeration District 860, Sheet 32B, Lines 82-84, Roll: T626_1538. (Ancestry, http://www.ancestry.com).

(of Israel)

M, #10463
Father*Places
     (of Israel) was the son of Places.

Family

King
Child
Last Edited1 Jul 2003

(of Judah)

M, #10464
Father*Places
     (of Judah) was the son of Places.

Family

King
Child
Last Edited1 Jul 2003

Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha)1

M, #10465, b. 26 August 1819, d. 14 December 1861
Father*Ernest I (of Saxe-Coburg)2 b. 1784, d. 29 Jan 1844
Mother*Louise (of Saxe-Gotha)2 b. 1800, d. 1831
Reference1VG5-V5G
     Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) was born on 26 August 1819 at Schloss Rosenau, near Coburg, Germany.2 He was the son of Ernest I (of Saxe-Coburg) and Louise (of Saxe-Gotha).2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) married Queen Victoria Hanover of England, daughter of Edward Augustus (of Hanover) and Victoria Mary Louisa (of Saxe-Coburg), on 10 February 1840 in London, England.2,3 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) died on 14 December 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England, at age 42.2,1 He was buried in Frogmore, Windsor, England.2
     He was titled Prince Consort.1 Albert, called the Prince Consort, was the husband of Queen Victoria of Britain. The son of the Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, he was born on Aug.26, 1819, near Coburg, Bavaria. He married the young Victoria in 1840. As her closest advisor, Albert exercised a restraining influence on the impulsive queen, especially in political matters. Among the political leaders of the period, Albert worked well with Sir Robert Peel but quarreled frequently with Viscount Palmerston. In the Trent Affair of 1861 the prince actually moderated the hostility of Palmerston's government toward the United States. Albert was a patron of the arts and sciences and one of the organizers of the Great Exhibition of 1851. His zeal for public moralism in many ways set the tone of mid-Victorian England. Albert's death on Dec. 14, 1861, partly the result of overwork, deeply affected Victoria, who went into seclusion for several years.2 Albert's mother Louise (of Saxe-Gotha) died in 1831 in Paris, France.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Victoria Adelaide Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) on 21 November 1840.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England on 9 November 1841.2,1 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) on 25 April 1843.2,1 Albert's father Ernest I (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 29 January 1844.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Alfred Ernest Albert (of Saxe-Coburg) on 6 August 1844.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Helena Augusta Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) on 25 May 1846.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Louise Caroline Alberta (of Saxe-Coburg) on 18 March 1848.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Arthur William Patrick (of Saxe-Coburg) on 1 May 1850.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Leopold George Duncan (of Saxe-Coburg) on 7 April 1853.2 Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) became the father of Beatrice Mary Victoria (of Saxe-Coburg) on 14 April 1857.2,4 Albert's daughter was married at wedding of Victoria Adelaide Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) and Frederick III (of Germany) on 25 January 1858 in London, England.2

Family

Queen Victoria Hanover of England b. 24 May 1819, d. 1901
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  3. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  4. [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.

King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England1

M, #10466, b. 9 November 1841, d. 6 May 1910
Father*Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha)1 b. 26 Aug 1819, d. 14 Dec 1861
Mother*Queen Victoria Hanover of England1 b. 24 May 1819, d. 1901
Relationship16th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-V7V
     King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England was born on 9 November 1841 at Buckingham Palace, Palace, London, England.2,1 He was the son of Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) and Queen Victoria Hanover of England.1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England married Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England), daughter of King Christian IX (of Denmark) and Princess Luise Wilhelmine Friederike (of Hesse-Kassel-Rumpenheim), on 10 March 1863 in Windsor, England.2,1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England and Alice Frederica Edmonstone had a relationship after 1898.3 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England died on 6 May 1910 at Buckingham Palace, Palace, London, England, at age 68.2,1 He was buried on 20 May 1910 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.2
     (Albert) Edward VII's father Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) died on 14 December 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.2,1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of Albert Victor of Clarence Windsor on 8 January 1864.2 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of King George V Windsor of England on 3 June 1865.2,1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar Windsor on 20 February 1867.2 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of Victoria Alexandra Olga (of England) on 6 July 1868.2 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor on 26 November 1869.2,4 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became the father of Prince John Alexander Windsor of England on 6 April 1871.2 (Albert) Edward VII's son Prince John Alexander Windsor of England died on 7 April 1871.2 (Albert) Edward VII's son Albert Victor of Clarence Windsor died on 14 January 1892 in Sandringham, Norfolk, England.2 (Albert) Edward VII's son was married at wedding of King George V Windsor of England and Princess Mary (of Teck) on 6 July 1893 in St. James Palace, England.2,1 (Albert) Edward VII's mother Queen Victoria Hanover of England died in 1901.1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England became King of England in 1901 replacing Queen Victoria Hanover of England.1 King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England was titled King of England (Edward VII) from 1901 to 1910.1 He was replaced as King of England by King George V Windsor of England in 1910.1

Family 1

Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England) b. 1 December 1844, d. 20 November 1925
Children

Family 2

Alice Frederica Edmonstone b. 29 April 1869, d. 11 September 1947
Last Edited13 Apr 2005

Citations

  1. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  3. [S242] Ancestry of the Duchess of Cornwall, online http://www.wargs.com/royal/camilla.html
  4. [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.

Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg)1

F, #10467, b. 25 April 1843, d. 14 December 1878
Father*Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha)2 b. 26 Aug 1819, d. 14 Dec 1861
Mother*Queen Victoria Hanover of England2 b. 24 May 1819, d. 1901
Relationship16th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-V83
     Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) was born on 25 April 1843 at Buckingham Palace, London, Middlesex, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) and Queen Victoria Hanover of England.2 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) married Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse), son of Prince Karl Wilhelm Ludwig (of Hesse) and Elizabeth (of Prussia), in 1862 in Isle Of Wright, England.1,2 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 14 December 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany, at age 35.1,2
     Alice Maud Mary's father Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) died on 14 December 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1,2 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) on 5 April 1863.1,2 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Grand Duchess Elizabeth (of Hesse) on 1 November 1864.1 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Irene Louise , Princess Of Hesse Brabant on 11 July 1866.1 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Grand Duke Ernest Ludwig of Hesse on 25 November 1868.1 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Frederick Wilhelm August (of Hesse) on 7 October 1870.1 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Alexandre Fedorovna on 6 June 1872.1 Alice Maud Mary's son Frederick Wilhelm August (of Hesse) died on 29 May 1873 in Darmstadt.1 Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) became the mother of Mariee Feodore Leopoldine (of Hesse) on 24 May 1874.1 Alice Maud Mary's daughter Mariee Feodore Leopoldine (of Hesse) died on 16 November 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany.1

Family

Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) b. 12 September 1837, d. 13 March 1892
Children
Last Edited17 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. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.

Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse)1

M, #10468, b. 12 September 1837, d. 13 March 1892
Father*Prince Karl Wilhelm Ludwig (of Hesse)2 b. 23 Apr 1809, d. 20 Mar 1877
Mother*Elizabeth (of Prussia)2 b. 1815, d. 1885
Reference1VG5-XQB
     Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) was born on 12 September 1837 in Hesse, Germany.2 He was the son of Prince Karl Wilhelm Ludwig (of Hesse) and Elizabeth (of Prussia).2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) married Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg), daughter of Prince Albert (of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha) and Queen Victoria Hanover of England, in 1862 in Isle Of Wright, England.2,1 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) died on 13 March 1892 at age 54.2
      Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) was also known as Friedrich Ludwig.2 He was titled Grand Duke of Hesse.1 He became the father of Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) on 5 April 1863.2,1 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Grand Duchess Elizabeth (of Hesse) on 1 November 1864.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Irene Louise , Princess Of Hesse Brabant on 11 July 1866.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Grand Duke Ernest Ludwig of Hesse on 25 November 1868.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Frederick Wilhelm August (of Hesse) on 7 October 1870.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Alexandre Fedorovna on 6 June 1872.2 Louis's son Frederick Wilhelm August (of Hesse) died on 29 May 1873 in Darmstadt.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became the father of Mariee Feodore Leopoldine (of Hesse) on 24 May 1874.2 Louis's father Prince Karl Wilhelm Ludwig (of Hesse) died on 20 March 1877 in Darmstadt, Starkenburg, Hesse-Darmstadt.2 Louis's daughter Mariee Feodore Leopoldine (of Hesse) died on 16 November 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany.2 Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) became a widower with the death of his wife, Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) on 14 December 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany, at age 35.2,1 Louis's daughter was married at wedding of Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) and Prince Louis Alexander on 30 April 1884.2,1 Louis's mother Elizabeth (of Prussia) died in 1885.2

Family

Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) b. 25 April 1843, d. 14 December 1878
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.

Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse)1,2

F, #10469, b. 5 April 1863, d. 24 September 1950
Father*Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse)2 b. 12 Sep 1837, d. 13 Mar 1892
Mother*Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg)2 b. 25 Apr 1843, d. 14 Dec 1878
Relationship17th cousin 2 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-XLH
     Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) was born on 5 April 1863 in Hesse, Germany.1,2 She was the daughter of Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) and Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg).2 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) married Prince Louis Alexander on 30 April 1884.1,2 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) died on 24 September 1950 at age 87.1,2
     She was titled Princess.2 Victoria Alberta's mother Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 14 December 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany.1,2 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) became the mother of Princess Alice (?) on 25 February 1885.1,2 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) became the mother of Louise Alexandra , Queen Of Sweden Mountbatten on 13 July 1889.1 Victoria Alberta's father Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) died on 13 March 1892.1 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) became the mother of George , Marquess Of Milford Haven Mountbatten on 6 November 1892.1 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) became the mother of Louis , Earl Mountbatten Of Burma Mountbatten on 25 June 1900.1 Victoria Alberta's daughter was married at wedding of Princess Alice (?) and Prince Andrew Mountbatten of Greece and Denmark in 1903.1,2 Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) became a widow with the death of her husband, Prince Louis Alexander on 11 September 1921 at age 67.1 Victoria Alberta's son George , Marquess Of Milford Haven Mountbatten died on 8 April 1938.1

Family

Prince Louis Alexander b. 24 May 1854, d. 11 September 1921
Children
Last Edited17 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. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.

Prince Louis Alexander1

M, #10470, b. 24 May 1854, d. 11 September 1921
     Prince Louis Alexander was born on 24 May 1854.1 He married Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse), daughter of Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) and Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg), on 30 April 1884.1,2 Prince Louis Alexander died on 11 September 1921 at age 67.1
     He was titled Prince of Battenberg (Louis).1 He was titled Marquess of Milford Haven.2 He became the father of Princess Alice (?) on 25 February 1885.1,2 Prince Louis Alexander became the father of Louise Alexandra , Queen Of Sweden Mountbatten on 13 July 1889.1 Prince Louis Alexander became the father of George , Marquess Of Milford Haven Mountbatten on 6 November 1892.1 Prince Louis Alexander became the father of Louis , Earl Mountbatten Of Burma Mountbatten on 25 June 1900.1 Louis's daughter was married at wedding of Princess Alice (?) and Prince Andrew Mountbatten of Greece and Denmark in 1903.1,2

Family

Princess Victoria Alberta (of Hesse) b. 5 April 1863, d. 24 September 1950
Children
Last Edited17 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. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.