Originally Posted by Stefan
But on the other hand the marriages of Prince Wilhelm Karl to Armgard von Veltheim and his son Oscar to Augustge Zimmermann von Siefaerth where both approved as dynastic.
Why make differences? Because they where not the first in the line of succession?
I browsed some of your posts regarding Ehrengard von Reden and saw that her marriage didn't count as her husband renounced succession rights before their marriage, so at the time of his marriage to Ehregard he didn't exist as a dynast and didn't have to require permisson. He had been previously married to Waltraut Freydag. So, it was not a matter of von Reden family being treated low , but a matter of previous marriage that resulted succession renouncement, which was standing.
Similar case with Prince Emich Karl zu Leiningen. He renounced his rights and based on that not even his son with Countess Isabelle von und zu Egloffstein can't succeed. If there wasn't his second marriage, a marriage with Isabelle would be treated equal.
I have also read somewhere that Prussia doesn't have exact House Law, which means that everything is left to the Head of the House and his decision.
Noble(non mediatized) ladies treated equal:
- Countess Ina Maria von Bassewitz-Levetzow-Rupin
- Lady Brigid Guinness
- Countess Nina zu Reventlow
- Countess Antoinette Hoyos von und zu Stichsenstein
- Armgard von Veltheim
- Auguste Zimmermann von Siefaerth
- Lady Hermione Stuart
Noble ladies haven't been treated equal:
- Maria Anna von Humboldt-Dachroeden
- Adelheid von Bockum genannt Dolffs
- Dorothea von Salviati
- Ehrengard von Reden
- Honorable Victoria Mancroft