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First death of 2019:

Mrs.Elisabeth Sandhofer, nee Archduchess of Austria died on the night 1/2 January after a long illness; in thirteen days she would have turned 77.

She was born in Sonnberg as the youngest of six children of Archduke Anton of Austria (1901-1987) & his wife Princess Ileana of Romania (1909-1991); her parents divorced when she was twelve. The same year her mother married Stefan Issarescu (1906-2002) but they divorced in 1965. Her father didn't remarry.
She married in Mondsee on 3 August 1964 Friedrich Sandhofer (two days after his 30th birthday) by whom she had four children: Anton (b.1966), Margareta (b.1968), Andrea (b.1969) & Elisabeth (b.1971) and five grandsons.

Sources: Royal Musings: Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria, Frau Sandhofer (1942-2018)
Descendants of Duke Carlo III of Parma
https://www.mediafax.ro/social/a-mu...-fiica-cea-mica-a-principesei-ileana-17804198
https://translate.google.pl/transla...-fiica-cea-mica-a-principesei-ileana-17804198
https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-genealogical-information
Romania
Tuscany
 
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Princess Paula of Fürstenberg, née Countess of Königsegg-Aulendorf died on 6 January at her house in Donaueschingen.

She was born on 22 May 1926 in Aulendorf as fifth of seven children of Count Joseph Erwin of Königsegg-Aulendorf (1891-1951) & his wife Lucia, née Countess von Wilczek (1895-1977). Her oldest brother Karl Seyfried wa killed in action in Russia in 1942 aged 23, her oldest sister Elisabeth died 1929 just before her eighth birthday.
She married on 25 June 1947 in Königseggwald, Prince Joachim Egon of Fürstenberg (1923-2002) by whom she had six children Amelie Egona (1948-2014), Marie-Antoinette (b.1949), Heinrich (b.1950), Karl-Egon (b.1953), Johannes (b.1958) and Anna (b.1965).
She leaves also eleven grandchildren and at least seven great-grandchildren.

Sources: Royal Musings: Paula Dowager Princess of Fürstenberg (1926-2019)
https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-royal-news
https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-genealogical-information
Fürstenberg
Königsegg-Aulendorf
 
Count Philippe de Lannoy, father of Hereditary Grand Duchess Stephanie of Luxemburg, died on 10 January.

He was born in Brussels on 14 August 1922 as the eldest of seven children of Count Paul Charles de Lannoy (1898-1980) & his wife Marie Beatrix, nee Princess de Lgne (1898-1982).
He married in Oelegem on 17 July 1965 Alix della Faille de Leverghem (1941-2012) by whom he had eight children: Jehan (b.1966, married to Beatrice Spates), Christian (b.1968, married to Luisa Moreno de Porras-Isla-Fernandez), Nathalie (b.1969, married to John Hamilton), Gaëlle (b.1970, a religious sister), Amaury (b.1971, married to Astrid d'Harcourt), Olivier (b.1974, married to Alice van Havre), Isabelle (b.1976, married to Jean-Charles de le Court) & Stephanie (b.1984, married to Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxemburg).
Apart from his eight children, he also left eleven grandsons and eleven granddaughters; from his siblings only two youngest ones - Isabelle (b.1930) & Claude (b.1932) are still alive.

Sources: https://www.wort.lu/de/internationa...stephanie-verstorben-5c388666182b657ad3b9da38
5minutes.lu - A la une - Philippe de Lannoy: Le père de la Grande-Duchesse héritière est mort
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippe_de_Lannoy
Lannoy

Angela Wepper, nee von Morgen, primo voto Princess Ferfried of Hohenzollern died on 11 January, exactly two months after her 76th birthday.

She was born as fourth of five daughters of Countess Margarethe of Schlitz genannt von Görtz (1909-1994) & her first husband Ernst von Morgen (1893-1963); her second sister Gisele died in 1945 aged 12.

In 1967, four years after the death of her father, her mother married her paternal first cousin, Otto Hartmann, Count of Schlitz genannt von Görtz (1907-1977) who was also a widower; his first wife Marta Hagen died in 1966, aged 63; he had two children with her: Faralda (1933-2013) & Rudiger, current Count of Schlitz genannt von Görtz (b.1939) - in such a way Angela's maternal second cousins became her stepsiblings.

She married firstly in Schloss Sigmaringen on 21 September 1968 Prince Ferfried of Hohenzollern (b.1943) [youngest of seven children of Frierrich, Prince of Hohenzollern (1891-1965) & his wife, Margaretha nee Princess of Saxony (199-1962)]; she was probably already expecting their first daughter, Valerie, who was born on 10 April 1968. On 8 May 1971 their second daughter Stephanie was born; unfortunately they divorced two years later.

In 1979 she married German film and television actor Fritz Wepper (b.1941) by who she had another daughter Sophie, born on 18 October 1981, who followed in her father's footsteps.
Wepper made headlines in the yellow press when he left her for the younger Susanne Kellermann (b. 1974) in 2009. He has a daughter (b. 2012) from the relationship with Kellermann, but later the couple reconciled.In March last year their granddaughter, Claire Meister, was born [daughter of Sophie & her husband David Meister]

Angela had also four more grandchildren: by Valerie & her husband Peter Brenske (b.1956) - Kilian (b.1994), Leonie (b.1996) & Carlin (b.around 2007) and by Stephanie & her husband Martin Haag (b.1960) - Konstantin (b.2009).

Her first husband after their divorced remarried twice, both these marriages also ended in divorce; by his second wife Eliane Etter (b.1947; they married in 1977 and divorced in 1987) he has two more children: Henriette (b.1976) & Moritz (b.1980) and twin granddaughters Fiona & Ailani (b.2016) [daughters of Moritz & his wife Heidi, nee Rodriguez (b.1975).
His last wife Maya Meinert was exactly two months younger than his and Angela's younger daughter; they married in 1999 and divorced in 2007.

Last year two persons close to her predeceased her: her younger sister Felizitas (b.1949), Countess Giorgio Piccolomini Clementi Adami (b.1948), Primo voto Mrs. Michael Sharman [by whom she had her only daughter Francesca (b.1987)] and her brother-in-law Andrea Cagliati (b.1922), widower of her eldest sister Sigrid (1931-2010) who was previously married to Felix Coronas y de Aramburu (1914-1962) by whom she had two children - Margareta (b.1957) & Fernando (DOB unknown).

Her third sister Erica (1935-2007) was from 1961 to 1979 the wife of Carl Philipp, Prince of Salm-Salm (b.1933) by whom she three sons - Emanuel (b.1961; now Hereditary Prince of Salm-Salm), Philipp (b.1963) & Clemens (b.1966); they divorced; he is now married to Elizabeth Frisch (b.1951)

As we may see, Angela is the last one of her parents' daughters to pass away.

Sources: https://www.stern.de/lifestyle/leut...chauspieler-fritz-wepper-ist-tot-8527454.html
https://translate.google.pl/transla...chauspieler-fritz-wepper-ist-tot-8527454.html
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/schlitz.html
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/hohenzollern.html
http://heinbruins.nl/Bavaria.html
http://heinbruins.nl/Sayn.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Wepper
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Wepper
 
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Angela Wepper, née von Morgen, the divorced wife of Ferfried Prince of Hohenzollern (so the former sister-in-law of Brigitta of Sweden) died this morning in Munich, aged 76.


She was the daughter of Georg von Morgen and his wife Margarethe, née Countess Schlitz gen. von Görtz, her mother a daughter of Princess Amelie von Thurn und Taxis.

Her first marriage to Ferfried Prince of Hohenzollern lasted from 1968-1973, the couple had two daughters.



  • Valerie-Alexandra Henriette Margarethe (* 10. April 1969) ⚭ 1993 Peter Brenske (* 1955)
  • Stefanie Michaela Sigrid Birgitta (* 8. Mai 1971) ⚭ 1996 Hieronymus Graf Wolff Metternich zur Gracht (* 1955), ∞ Martin Haag (* 1960)



In 1979 Angela von Morgen married the German actor Fritz Wepper. They were married till she died. Together they had daughter Sophie Wepper, a successful actress like her father, who in Germany is a household name along with his brother Elmar, who is an actor as well.
 
Countess Maria Felicitas von Schönburg-Glauchau (b. 1958) has died recently aged 60 after a long battle with lung cancer. She is the sister of Princess Glora von Thurn und Taxis who are the children of Count Joachim
von Schönburg-Glauchau
and Countess Beatrix Szechenyi of Sarvar-Felsovidek.

She is survived by Princess Gloria and her brother Alexander, as well as her husband Friedrich Christian Flick and their three children; Friedrich Alexander, Maria Pilar and Ernst Moritz, as well as her daughter Maria Carlotta from her relationship with Stefan Hipp.

Décès de la comtesse Maya von Schönburg-Glauchau (1958-2019) - Noblesse & Royautés
 
She is survived by Princess Gloria and her brother Alexander, as well as her husband Friedrich Christian Flick and their three children; Friedrich Alexander, Maria Pilar and Ernst Moritz, as well as her daughter Maria Carlotta from her relationship with Stefan Hipp.

She is also survived by her brother Count Carl-Alban von von Schönburg-Glauchau, who renounced his rights in favor of his brother Count Alexander and half-sister Anabel, Gräfin von Schönburg-Glauchau.
 
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She is also survived by her brother Count Carl-Alban von von Schönburg-Glauchau, who renounced his rights in favor of his brother Count Alexander and half-sister Anabel, Gräfin von Schönburg-Glauchau.


And their mother Countess Beatrix at which home she died.
 
She is also survived by her brother Count Carl-Alban von von Schönburg-Glauchau, who renounced his rights in favor of his brother Count Alexander and half-sister Anabel, Gräfin von Schönburg-Glauchau.

Thank you, Marc23. I didn't see that information in the article.
 
And their mother Countess Beatrix at which home she died.

Thank you for reminding me that. We always forget that sometimes children die before their parents :(
 
Princess Alix de Ligne, née Princess of Luxembourg died today on 11 February at Castle Beloeil (Belgium).

She was born on 24 August 1929 at Colmar-Berg as the youngest of six children of Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg (1896-1985) & her husband Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma (1893-1970).

She married in Luxembourg on 17 August 1950 Prince Antoine de Ligne, 13th Prince de Ligne (1925-2005) [youngest of four children and younger son of Prince Eugene de Ligne, 11th Prince de Ligne (1893-1960) & his wife Philippine, nee de Noailles (1898-1990)] by whom she had seven children Michel (b.1951, now 14th Prince de Ligne), Wauthier (b.1952), Anne-Marie (b.1954), Christine (b.1955), Sophie (b.1957), Antoine (b.1959) & Yolande (b.1964) as well as twenty grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.
One of her grandsons Prince Pedro Luiz of Brazil [son of Christine & her husband, Princess Antonio of Brazil] was killed in an air crash in 2009 aged 26.

Sources: https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-royal-news
https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-genealogical-information
Luxemburg
Ligne
Descendants of Duke Wilhelm of Nassau
https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-h2YVwF-y...08rv2ckCTm8gXamUcKk0eggQCLcBGAs/s1600/aix.jpg
 
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Princess Marella Carcciolo di Castagneto died on February 24 at the age of 91.

Princess Marella married the Fiat heir, Gianni Agnelli in 1953 and was considered to be a "swan" of the Cafe Society; investing into gardening and decoration and oversaw the Agnelli family's art collection.

She is survived by her daughter, Margherita, b. 1955; and had an older son, Edoardo, who was born in 1954 though passed away in 2000. She also has three children from her first marriage to Alain Elkann; John, Lapo and Ginerva. John is now married to Countess Lavinia Borromeo, who is a sister of Beatrice Borromeo (Casiraghi).

Source: Décès de la princesse Marella Caracciolo di Castagneto (1927-2019) - Noblesse & Royautés
 
Countess Andre of Oultremont, nee Nadine Charlotte Marie van de Werve d'Immerseel died in Brussels on 25 February.

She was born in Antwerp on 18 April 1923.
She married in Pulle (Belgium) on 27 December 1945 Count Andre of Oultremont (1922-2014) [second of seven children and older son of Count Emmanuel of Oultremont (1899-1940) & his wife Marie Antoinette Simonis (1897-1986)] by whom she had seven children: the first Emmanuel (Manoel) was born before their wedding, in 1942 [parents got married 23 days after his third birthday]; the next ones were: Patrick (b.1949), Alexis "Alec" (b.1951),Marie (b.1954), Herve (1956-1974; died EXACTLY on his 18th birthday), Veronique (b.1959) & Nathalie (b.1961).
She leaves also numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Sources: http://www.carnetmondain.be/
http://www.angelfire.com/realm/gotha/gotha/oultremont.html
 
Princess Marella Carcciolo di Castagneto died on February 24 at the age of 91.

Princess Marella married the Fiat heir, Gianni Agnelli in 1953 and was considered to be a "swan" of the Cafe Society; investing into gardening and decoration and oversaw the Agnelli family's art collection.

She is survived by her daughter, Margherita, b. 1955; and had an older son, Edoardo, who was born in 1954 though passed away in 2000. She also has three children from her first marriage to Alain Elkann; John, Lapo and Ginerva. John is now married to Countess Lavinia Borromeo, who is a sister of Beatrice Borromeo (Casiraghi).

Source: Décès de la princesse Marella Caracciolo di Castagneto (1927-2019) - Noblesse & Royautés

Goodness, I had not realized that Marella Agnelli passed away, or that she was 91 years old! :ohmy:
 
Sir John Miles Huntington-Whiteley, 4th Baronet, Lieut-Cdr, RNR, died on 19 February; he was a maternal grandson of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin.

Born on 18 July 1929 in Fareham (Hamphire) 1929 son of Sir Herbert Huntington-Whiteley, Bt (1896-1975) & his wife the former Lady Pamela Baldwin (1897-1976) [daughter of the prime minister Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, KG (1867-1947) & his wife Lucy, nee Risdale, writer and activist for maternity health (1869-1945)]; he married in Queen's Chapel of St. James Palace on 20 June 1960 Viktoria Adelheid Clementine Luise Grafin zu Castell-Rudenhausen (b.1935) [daughter of Princess Caroline Mathilde of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1912-1983) & her first husband Count Friedrich-Wolfgang of Castell-Rüdenhausen (1906-1940; killed in action)] descended from Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, youngest son of HM Queen Victoria.

He leaves a son and two daughters Louise (b.1961) & Beatrice (b.1962) as well as four grandsons, and is succeeded by his son, Leopold Maurice Huntington-Whiteley, who was born in 1965.

Sources: Descendants of Queen Victoria's siblings
https://peeragenews.blogspot.com/2019/03/sir-john-miles-huntington-whiteley-4th.html
Royal Musings: Sir Miles Huntington-Whiteley (1929-2019)

Jonkvrouw Bernadette d'Udekem d'Acoz, nee Baroness de Jamblinne de Meux died in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert on 2 March.

She was born in Etterbeek on Christmas Eve 1925.
In 1953 she married Jonkheer Adrien d'Udekem d'Acoz (1921-1996) [older of two sons of Jonkheer Pierre d'Udekem d'Acoz (1895-1962) & his wife Jonkvrouw Anne-Marie [of the barons] Kervyn de Marcke ten Driessche (1898-1980]; they had three daughters: Therese (b.1962), Madeleine (b.1963) & Cecile (b.1965) and twelve grandchildren.

Sources: Descendants of Baron Jacques Albert d'Udekem d'Acoz
http://www.carnetmondain.be/

Caroline Lee "Lee" Radziwiłł, nee Bouvier, primo voto Canfield, tertio voto Ross, American socialite, public-relations executive, and interior decorator, younger sister of First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and sister-in-law of President John F. Kennedy, died in New York on 15 February, sixteen days before her 86th birthday.

She was born at Doctors Hospital in New York City as a younger of two daughters together of stockbroker John Vernou Bouvier III (1891–1957) & his wife, socialite Janet Norton Lee (1907–1989).
Her parents divorced in June 1940; in 1942, her mother married her second husband, Hugh Dudley Auchincloss Jr., an attorney and Standard Oil heir, by whom she had another two children; three years after his death in 1976 she married her childhood friend, Bingham Willing "Booch" Morris.
Lee was married thrice; Her first marriage, in April 1953, was to Michael Temple Canfield, a publishing executive. They divorced in 1959, and the marriage was annulled by the Roman Catholic Church in November 1962. Her second marriage, in Fairfax (Virginia) on 19 March 1959, was to the Polish aristocrat Prince Stanisław Albrecht Radziwill [son of Janusz Franciszek, Prince Radziwiłł (1880–1967) and his wife Princess Anna Lubomirska (1882–1947)] who divorced his second wife, the former Grace Maria Kolin [by whom he had one son, Jan Stanisław Albrecht Radziwill (b.8 August 1947)] and received a Roman Catholic annulment of his first marriage to re-marry (his second marriage had never been acknowledged by the Roman Catholic Church, so no annulment was necessary). Upon her marriage she became Her Serene Highness Princess Caroline Radziwill. They had two children, Anthony (1959-1999; died from cancer) and Christina (b.1960). Their marriage ended in divorce in 1974.
On 23 September 23 1988 Lee became the second wife of American film director and choreographer Herbert Ross; Their divorce was finalized shortly before his death, and she returned to using Radziwill, her children's name.

Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lee_Radziwill
Radziwill
Caroline Lee Bouvier (M.J. Minakowski, Genealogia potomków Sejmu Wielkiego)

Cecily Castenskiold, nee Abbots died this year.

She was born in 1927 and in 1952 became a wife of Christian Castenskiold (b.1926) [second of four children and middle son of Princess Dagmar of Denmark (1890-1961) {herself the youngest of eight children of Frederik VIII, King of Denmark (1843-1912) & his wife Princesss Lovisa of Sweden (1851-1926)} & her husband Jørgen Castenskiold (1893-1978)].
Apart from her husband, she leaves her only daughter Alexandra (b.1965), son-in-law Christopher Cuilty (b.1965) and two granddaughters Ava (b.2004) & Amelia (b.2005).

How long did she wait to have her daughter...who also debuted quite late as a mother...

Source: http://heinbruins.nl/Christian.html
 
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Nothando Dube, known as Inkhosikati LaDube, 12th wife of King Mswati III of Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) died on 9 March from skin cancer at a hospital in South Africa.

She was born on 6 February1988.She became the wife of a King in 2005, aged 16; they had three children together: Princess Makhosothando Dlamini (b.2005), Prince Betive Dlamini (b.2007) & Princess Mahlemalangeni Dlamini (b.2009).In 2010 she had an affair with justice minister Ndumiso Mamba, for which she was reportedly placed under house arrest. She filed complaints of abuse and torture at the hands of the king's guards. After a year under house arrest, she was banished from the royal household and prevented from seeing her children.

Sources: https://allafrica.com/stories/201903080814.html
https://africandailyvoice.com/en/2019/03/09/eswatini-mourns-the-death-of-king-mswati-iiis-12th-wife/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothando_Dube
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Succession_to_the_Swazi_throne
 
Gilone d'Harcourt, the eldest daughter of Princess Isabelle de France and her husband Count Bruno d'Harcourt, passed away on March 14 at the age of 92.

Gilone married Count Antoine de Dreux-Breze and had five children, though sadly lost three. She is survived by her two living daughters Laure and Diane as well as her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Source: Décès de Gilone d'Harcourt, comtesse Antoine de Dreux-Brézé - Noblesse & Royautés
 
A former prince of Japan's Imperial family, Nobuhiko Higashikuni died on March 20 at age 74. He was the eldest child of Prince Morihiro Higashikuni and Princess Shigeko, Emperor Hirohito's eldest daughter.

The Ōke Imperial branches and nobility were abolished in 1947. Nobuhiko Higashikuni married Yoshiko Shimada in June 1972 and their son Yukihiko Higashikuni was born the following year.

Source: Kyodo

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nobuhiko_Higashikuni
 
Heide Prinzessin von Preußen-Müllem, née Schmidt died in Munich in March; her cremation took place on 1 April in Nordfriedhof.

She was born in Frankfurt am Main on 6 February 1939 as a daughter of Ernst Schmidt & his wife Gertrud, nee Gundlach.
She married firstly on 28 February 1964 Prince Stephan Alexander Dieter Friedrich von Preussen (1939-1993) [only child of PrinceAlexander Ferdinand of Prussia
(1912–1985) & his morganatic wife Armgard Weygand (1912–2001)] by whom she had her only daughter, Princess Stephanie Viktoria-Luise of Prussia (b.21 September 1966); they divorced in 1976, and both remarried: she - Peter Mullem, her former husband - Hannelore-Maria Kerscher.

She is survived by her only daughter and four grandchildren: Aaron (8-10-1994), Shoshana (28-8-1996), Amir (17-8-1998) & Seraphine (7-10-2002) - children of Stephanie & her former husband Amadi Mbaraka Bao (b.1958)

Sources: https://gw.geneanet.org/djoseph?lang=en&iz=14384&p=heide&n=schmidt
Prussia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Alexander_Ferdinand_of_Prussia
 
Hans von Amsberg, distant paternal relative of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, died this year.

He was born in 1935 as a son of Joachim von Amsberg (1903-1981) & his first wife Ellinor Schmidt (1907-1945); in 1944 his only sister Petra was born. In 1961 their widowed father married Martje Christine Dittmann (1907-1997).
He married in 1963 Bessie-Anne Fair (b.1942) by whom he had a daughter Elisabeth (b.1963) and a son Marc (b.1965) and four grandchildren.
Apart from his wife, children and grandchildren, he is survived by his only sister, his only niece and her three children.

Source: Descendants of August von Amsberg
 
Count Ernst von Enzenberg zum Freyen-und Jöchelsthurn died this year.

He was born in 1953 as the eldest of three children of Count Alfred von Enzenberg zum Freyen-und Jöchelsthurn (1924-2017) & his wife Elisabeth, nee Junker (1924-2013).
He married in 1986 Marlene Walter (b.1958) by whom he had his only son Clemens (b.1989).
Apart from his wife and son he is survived by his siblings: Maria, Mrs. Michael Khuen von Belasi (b.1956) & Wolfgang (b.1960) and their families.

Source: Descendants of King Maximilian I Josef of Bavaria
 
Hans von Amsberg, distant paternal relative of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, died this year.

He was born in 1935 as a son of Joachim von Amsberg (1903-1981) & his first wife Ellinor Schmidt (1907-1945); in 1944 his only sister Petra was born. In 1961 their widowed father married Martje Christine Dittmann (1907-1997).
He married in 1963 Bessie-Anne Fair (b.1942) by whom he had a daughter Elisabeth (b.1963) and a son Marc (b.1965) and four grandchildren.
Apart from his wife, children and grandchildren, he is survived by his only sister, his only niece and her three children.

Source: Descendants of August von Amsberg


Claus von Amsberg cr. Prince of the Netherlands
= Claus von Amsberg (1890-1953) x Gösta Freiin von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen (1902-1996)
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Claus von Amsberg
= Wilhelm von Amsberg (1856-1929) x Elise von Vieregge (1866-1951)
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Wilhelm von Amsberg
= Gabriel von Amsberg (1822-1899) x Marie von Passow (1831-1904)
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Gabriel von Amsberg
= Joachim von Amsberg (1777-1842) x Anna von Bernitt (1790-1846)
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Joachim von Amsberg
= August von Amsberg (1747-1820) x1 Sophie Fritze (1747-1802)
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August von Amsberg (1747-1820) x2 Karolina Hagemeister (1763-…)
= Philipp von Amsberg
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Philipp von Amsberg (1788-1871) x Marie Mahner (1801-1872)
= Felix von Amsberg
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Felix von Amsberg(1829-1879) x Marta von Elern (1844-1913)
= Felix von Amsberg
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Felix von Amsberg sr(1875-1945) x Mathilde Freiin von Reibnitz (1880-1946)
= Joachim von Amsberg
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Joachim von Amsberg (1903-1981) x Ellinor Schmidt (1907-1945)
= Hans von Amsberg
 
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Felicitas Niesel-Lessenthin, née Countess of Limburg-Stirum, primo voto Hoppenstedt died on 19 April, one month and sixteen days after her 99th birthday.

She was born in Neumarkt, Silesia as the youngest of three daughters of Count Richard Heinrich Kurt of Limburg-Stirum (1874-1931) & his wife Edith, nee Freiin von Bodenhausen (1888-1961).
She was married twice: married firstly in Groß-Peterwitz on 4 June 1944 Felix Hoppenstedt (this marriage ended in divorce) and secondly in Stuttgart on 17 September 1955 Berto Niesel-Lessenthin.

Sources: https://sites.google.com/site/myroyalworld/2019-genealogical-information
Limburg Stirum
 
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