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Old 04-01-2006, 07:18 PM
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There is no trace on Internet of barons Stolevitz.
and He was killed by the nazi's therefore our family in germany was whiped out...hello ...duh
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Old 04-02-2006, 02:13 AM
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and He was killed by the nazi's therefore our family in germany was whiped out...hello ...duh
Why was he killed by the Nazis? Was he involved in the plot against Hitler?
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In the baroque hall of the Schloss Stolberg, the former master seat of the Princes zu Stolberg Stolberg, are located to 17.04.2006
Prince Jost Christian, 4th Fürst und Graf (Prince and Count) zu Stolberg and his daughter, the 11-year old Princess Juliana, who live in Brussels with his wife and son.

In the schloss, which has been restored for several years by the German donation monument protection, to have the work for the 2nd section begun. The first use of areas in the Prince's Wing, to which also the baroque hall belongs, are to take place at the beginning of of 2008 via the resin city. The medieval small town in the south resin commits in this year the 500. Birthday of July IANA, which is considered as an ancestor woman of the Netherlands House of Orange and lived on her birth to 13 years in the Stolberger schloss. The prince visit to the city on the occasion of the 500-jaehrigen of anniversary attendance from the Netherlands House of Orange.

Photo by Waltraud Grubitzsch (DPA)
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90th Birthday of Baroness Sophie von Aretin
Ellingen

from seegerpress :

Baroness Sophie von Aretin, with husband, Baron Erwein von Aretin



The guests :
1 - Fürst Carl Christian von Wrede, Erzherzogin Anna Gabriele von Habsburg-Austria (neé Princess von Wrede)
2 - Erzherzog Carl Peter & Erzherzogin Alexandra von Habsburg-Austria (neé Princess von Wrede)
3 - Fürstin Katalin von Wrede, Erzherzog Carl Peter & Erzherzogin Alexandra von Habsburg-Austria
4 - Wolfgang-Ernst, 4th Fürst zu Ysenburg und Büingen with Archduke Rudolf of Austria
5 - Fürstin Katharina von Wrede, Reichsgraf Florian von & zu Hoensbroech & Reichsgräfin Desiree (neé Princess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach) & son Friedrich Johannes.

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Old 05-29-2006, 01:20 PM
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more from seegerpress :
1, 2 & 5. Erbprinz Carl Christian von Wrede, Archduchess Anna Gabrielle of Austria (neé Wrede), Countess Sophia von Montgelas (neé Princess von Wrede), and Fürst Wolfgang Ernst zu Ysenburg und Büdingen
3. Reichsgraf (Imperial Count) Florian von und zu Hohensbroech with son Friedrich Johannes, and Fürst Carl Friedrich von Wrede
4. Archduke Rudolf of Austria and his son Archduke Carl Peter
6 & 7: the front of Schloss Ellingen, the seat of the Princely House of Wrede.
8. Family Group (with credit for the identification to Gregor of the GARMB): The Baroness and Baron von Aretin with Carl Friedrich, 6th Prince of Wrede, and Princess Katharina; Hereditary Prince Carl Christian and Princess Katalin of Wrede, née Countess Bethlen de Bethlen; Imperial Count (Reichsgraf) Florian von und zu Hoensbroch with Countess Desiree and son Philipp Benedikt; Archduke Carl Peter and Archduchess Alexandra of Austria (née Princess of Wrede, daughter of 6th Prince) with their children Archduke Lorenz and Archduchess Antonia; Countess Sophie of Montgelas, née Princess of Wrede (sister of 6th Prince), and Fürst Wolfgang-Ernst zu Ysenburg und Büdingen; Archduke Rudolph and Archduchess Anna Gabriele, née Princess of Wrede (sister of 6th Prince):

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Royalty Still Very Much in Vogue in Republican Germany.

Germany might not have its own royal family anymore, but that doesn't mean Germans aren't fascinated by aristocratic goings-on in other countries. Royal fever is alive and well, and the media knows how to exploit it.


http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,...104577,00.html
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This is where Anne of Cleves came from but is it still a royal house? Anne was of German royalty is all i know- who are the descendants of the Cleves house?
Anne of Cleves was the daughter of the Duke of Cleves (Herzog von Kleve), a duchy whose lands are now split between Kreis Kleve in Germany and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is really a lovely area along the Rhine, if one ever gets the chance to visit. In the early seventeenth century, it passed from the House of Nassau to the Hohenzollerns of Prussia through a marriage, and thus was annexed to Prussia. This ended the prominence of the duchy for quite some time.

It also briefly was the stomping ground of Maurits von Nassau, and the many marriages of Cleves princesses to other royal and noble families mean that there are many descendants throughout the continent.
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Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck

Does anyone here know what happened to this family? Is it true that they simply became Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg or did they die out? Or, did they stop marrying royal? Thanks!
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Old 12-03-2006, 11:06 AM
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Family trees about Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck family:

- http://www.thepeerage.com/i1072.htm#23156
- http://geneweb.inria.fr/roglo?lang=e...rburg-beck&t=N
- http://genealogy.euweb.cz/oldenburg/index.html
- http://www.royaltyguide.nl/families/...moldenburg.htm
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Does anyone here know what happened to this family?
In 1825 Herzog (Duke) Wilhelm of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Beck was invested with the Duchy of Glücksburg by the King of Denmark, and assumed the title of Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg.

Duke Wilhelm's 4th son became King Christian IX of Denmark.

The current Duke of SHSG is HH Christoph, married to HSH Princess Elisabeth of Lippe-Weissenfeld, with three sons and a daughter.
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House of Thurn-Valsassina & Bleiburg Castle

Do Thurn-Valsassina family reside at Bleiburg Castle today ?

I have not been able to confirm residency at Bleiburg Castle after british military use during WWII, when & who ?

I believe the late Count Alexander Georg Ghislain (B:1879Vienna/D:1962Bleiburg) & wife Countess Aloysia (Alice) resided at Bleiburg in the early 1900's, from when ?

I believe their 2nd son the late Count Ariprand (B:1925Bleiburg/D:1996Klagenfurt) spent much of his childhood at Bleiburg before wedding Princess Maria Perpetua Euphemia and moving to Salzburg then Klagenfurt.

I cannot find photos or information of activities of the late Count Alexander Georg Ghislain or wife Countess Aloysia (Alice) over the period 1900 to now ?
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14 year old grandson of Erasmus von Fürstenberg, called Felix von Quistorp, is missed since 5 days

http://news.google.de/news?num=30&hl...x-von-Quistorp
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Who is Erasmus van Fürstenberg??
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He doesn't appear to be a member of the Princely Family, so he may belong to the comital line, or not related at all.
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Felix is dead.......

http://de.news.yahoo.com/03012007/28...storp-tot.html

Very very sad news
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Angels are with you, my dear Felix...
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Old 01-04-2007, 07:35 PM
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Does the article state how he died?
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According to the babelfish translation he drowned? But I'm not sure if that translation is correct.
ETA: Here are some articles in English- here, here
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The boy has climbt in the well, slipped away and bumd his head and was unconscious, that why he is drowned. That was in the news on Germany tv
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After the Revolution

As I said in an earlier post, I am just starting to study German royalty. At the moment I am reading about the 1918 revolution. It seems that the Revolution in Berlin was somewhat violent, but elsewhere it was more peaceful. I know the Kaiser felt he had to leave Germany and there was concern for his safety; the same for the King of Bavaria. However, there is little information on the other monarchs.

What was the revolution like in Mecklinberg, Oldenburg, Saxony, Baden, Wurttemberg, etc? Even if the monarchs felt the need to leave their territories, most were back in their countries within a short time and, indeed, most resumed living in their former palaces and castles, even if they lost the main residence palaces. Is this a correct view of this situation? Is there a good book on the Revolutions in English (or in German, although I am just starting the study of that language)?

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