Person:Princess Pauline of Württemberg (1)

Princess Pauline of Württemberg
m. 23 Apr 1829
  1. Helena von Nassau-Weilburg1831 - 1888
  2. Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau1832 - 1905
  3. Sofia of Nassau1836 - 1913
Facts and Events
Name Princess Pauline of Württemberg
Alt Name Paulina Friedrike van Wurtemberg
Gender Female
Birth[1] 25 Feb 1810 Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Marriage 23 Apr 1829 Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germanyto William _____, Duke of Nassau
Death[1] 7 Jul 1856 Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany
Reference Number? Q236501?

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Princess Pauline Friederike Marie of Württemberg, full German name: Pauline Friederike Marie, Prinzessin von Württemberg[1] (25 February 1810, Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg[1] – 7 July 1856, Wiesbaden, Duchy of Nassau[1]) was a member of the House of Württemberg and a Princess of Württemberg by birth. Through her marriage to William, Duke of Nassau, Pauline was also a Duchess consort of Nassau. Pauline is an ancestress of the present Belgian, Danish, Dutch, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, and Swedish Royal families. She was a maternal first cousin of Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg, as well as her paternal second cousin. Via that link, those six people (Frederick II Eugene, Princess Friedrike of Branderburg-Schewedt, Ernest Frederick III, Princess Ernestine, Charles II and Princess Friedrike of Hesse-Darmstradt), are ancestors of almost every single royal family in Europe (except from those of Liechtenstein and Monaco).

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