Alexandre Fedorovna1

F, #11411, b. 6 June 1872, d. 16 July 1918
Father*Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse)1 b. 12 Sep 1837, d. 13 Mar 1892
Mother*Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg)1 b. 25 Apr 1843, d. 14 Dec 1878
Relationship17th cousin 2 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-XWC

Names and TItles

Married: Mrs. Romanov.1
Variation: Czarina of Russia.1
     Alexandre Fedorovna, daughter of Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) and Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg), was born on 6 June 1872 in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany.1 Alexandre Fedorovna was the daughter of Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) and Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg).1 Alexandre Fedorovna married Nikolas II Romanov, son of Alexander III Alexandrovich (of Russia) and Czarina Mariya (Dagmar) (of Russia), on 26 November 1894 at the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia.1 Alexandre Fedorovna died on 16 July 1918 in Ekaterinburg, Russia, at age 46.1
     Alexandre's mother Princess Alice Maud Mary (of Saxe-Coburg) died on 14 December 1878 in Darmstadt, Germany.1,2 Alexandre's father Grand Duke Louis (of Hesse) died on 13 March 1892.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became the mother of Olga Nicholovna Romanov in November 1895.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became the mother of Tatiana Nicholovna Romanov in June 1897.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became the mother of Maria Nicholovna Romanov in May 1899.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became the mother of Anastasia Nicholovna Romanov in June 1901.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became the mother of Alexis Nicolaievich Romanov on 12 August 1904.1 Alexandre Fedorovna became a widow with the death of her husband, Nikolas II Romanov on 16 July 1918 in Ekaterinburg, Russia, Russia, at age 50.1

Family

Nikolas II Romanov b. 18 May 1868, d. 16 July 1918
Children
ChartsEnglish Royalty
English Royalty (Indented)
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.