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« Reply #510 on: April 24, 2020, 01:31:16 PM »

Hubert(us) is a Germanic masculine given name, from hug "mind" and beraht "bright". It also occurs as a surname

Hubertus, Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg (1906-1984), German historian and political figure. He was the youngest son of Maximilian Graf von Löwenstein- Scharffeneck (1871-1952) and Constance Freiin von Worms (1871-1963). His parent divorced in 1912. In 1915 his father remarried to Adelheid Freiin von Berlichingen (1883-1970). Hubertus had 2 sisters and 2 brothers. Later he took the name Prinz  Prinz zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg. In 1929 he married Helga von Schuylenburg (1910–2004); they had 3 daughters.

Prince Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (pilot) (1909–1943), German soldier. The third child and second son of Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, and Princess Victoria Adelaide of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg. He was killed in action when his plane was shot down by the Soviet Air Forces on 26 November 1943 in Mosty, modern-day Ukraine. It was his last flight before he was to be relocated. News of his death spread on 3 December. Hubertus was buried the following day at the Coburg family cemetery at Callenberg Castle. The Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha announced the death of their son and heir in Gothaer Beobachter with a very short obituary on 11 December. The ducal couple's youngest son, Prince Friedrich Josias, became heir apparent in his stead. Princess Sibylla was distraught by the death of her favourite brother. In 1946, she had a son, the long-awaited heir to the Swedish throne, and named him Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus; he later became King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.


Prince Hubertus of Prussia (Hubertus Karl Wilhelm)(1909 – 1950) was the third son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. In 1941, he married Baroness Maria Anna von Humboldt-Dachroeden (1916 – 2003). They divorced a little over a year later in early 1943 (the same year she would later give birth to Hubertus' cousin, Ernest Augustus', illegitimate son) In he married again to Princess Magdalena Reuss of Köstritz (1920 – 2009). They had two daughters.


Hubertus Maximilian Gabriel Louis Franz Constantin Dominik Wunibald Maria (1968);Son of Alois-Konstantin, 9th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (1941) and Princess Anastasia Victoria Cecilia Hermine of Prussia (1944) In maternal line he is a grandson of Prince Hubertus of PrussiaHe is married to Iris von Dornberg.

Prince Hubertus of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1959), Mexican Alpine skier. He is a son of Prince Alfonso of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Princess Ira von Fürstenberg. is a Mexican Alpine skier, photographer, businessman, and a pop singer known as Andy Himalaya and Royal Disaster.

Hubertus Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha (1961), he is  the eldest son of Ernst-Leopold Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha (aka Prince Ernst Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) and his first wife, Ingeborg Henig. In 1993, Hubertus married Barbara Weissmann (1959), daughter of Eugen Weissmann and wife Renate Spettel. They were divorced in 2012. They have one child, who lives with his mother.

Prince Hubertus of Hohenzollern (1966), third child of Prince Johann Georg of Hohenzollern and Princess Birgitta of Sweden. In 2000 Hubertus married Uta Maria König (1964).  They have two children.

Hubertus, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1975), eldest son of Prince Andreas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Carin Dabelstein. Hubertus married American investment banker Kelly Jeanne Rondestvedt (1975) in 2009. Hubertus and Kelly have three children.

Hubertus Alexander Wolfgang Rüdiger Emanuel Wilhelm Count von Faber-Castell (1934 – 2007) was a German billionaire and industrial heir. Hubertus Count von Faber-Castell was son to two German dynasties. His father, Roland Count von Faber-Castell, was sole owner of today's Faber-Castell AG. On his maternal side, Alix-May von Frankenberg and Ludwigsdorf, belonged to the owning family of Europe's biggest private bank Sal. Oppenheim Jr. & Cie. Hubertus had three children from two different marriages. Patrick Count von Faber-Castell, husband of the German actress Mariella Ahrens, and German-Swiss Caroline Countess von Faber-Castell-Gotzens from his first marriage. The Count's third child, Floria-Franziska Princess von Hessen, is married to the Head of the House of Hesse, Donatus


Hubertus von Kageneck (1940) son of Count Franz Joseph von Kageneck and Princess Elisabeth Maria of Bavaria. Second husband of Archduchess Michaela von Habsburg (1954). In total Hubertus married four times, including, lastly, to Archduchess Michaela of Austria. They had no issue and also divorced.

Count Hubertus Orsini-Rosenberg (1962)

Count Hubertus von Habsburg (2009) Son of Count Dominik von Habsburg (1974) and Pia Rittinghausen. Descending from Archduke Heinrich Ferdinand (1878–1969). Who morganatically married Maria Karoline Ludescher. Their descendants became known as Count / Countess von Habsburg.

Count Hubertus of Solms-Baruth (1934-1991), son of Count Hans Georg Eduard of Solms-Baruth (1893-1971). He had 1 son.







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Maximilian, Maximillian or Maximiliaan (Maximilien in French) is a male given name. It was coined by Friedrich III for his son in 1459, explaining it as a combination of the names of two Roman generals, Maximus and Scipio Aemilianus. There was, however, an antecedent in Maximilianus, and several other prominent early Christians.

Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459–1519)

Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1527–1576)

Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria (1573–1651)

Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662–1726)

Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria (1727–1777)

Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria (1756–1825) was Duke of Zweibrücken from 1795 to 1799, prince-elector of Bavaria (as Maximilian IV Joseph) from 1799 to 1806, then King of Bavaria (as Maximilian I Joseph) from 1806 to 1825. He was a member of the House of Palatinate-Birkenfeld-Zweibrücken, a branch of the House of Wittelsbach. Maximilian, the son of the Count Palatine Frederick Michael of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld and Maria Francisca of Sulzbach. His first wife was Princess Augusta Wilhelmine of Hesse-Darmstadt, daughter of Prince George William of Hesse-Darmstadt (1765 – 1796). They were married in 1785. They had five children. Maximilian's second wife was Karoline of Baden, daughter of Margrave Karl Ludwig of Baden (1776 – 1841). They were married in 1797. They had 8 children, among others 2 sets of female twins.

Prince Maximilian Joseph Karl Friedrich (1800 – 1803), son of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his second wife Karoline of Baden. He died in infancy.

Princess Maximiliana Josepha Caroline of Bavaria (German: Maximiliane Josepha Karoline von Bayern)(1810 – 1821), was a Princess of Bavaria, daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and Queen Caroline of Baden. In 1821, Maximiliana fell ill with typhus, and died at the age of ten. Her death was a devastating blow to her mother.

Maximilian Joseph Eugene Auguste Napoleon de Beauharnais, 3rd Duke of Leuchtenberg, Prince Romanowsky (1817 – 1852) was the husband of Grand Duchess Maria Nikolayevna of Russia and first cousin of Emperors Napoleon III of the French and Francis Joseph I of Austria. He was a grandson of Napoleon I's first wife, the Empress Josephine, by her prior marriage to Alexandre de Beauharnais. He was born as the second son of Eugène de Beauharnais and Princess Augusta Amalia Ludovika Georgia of Bavaria. His maternal grandparents were Maximilian I, King of Bavaria and his first wife Marie Wilhelmine Auguste, Landgravine of Hesse-Darmstadt. He married Grand Duchess Maria Nikolayevna of Russia in 1839. His father-in-law Nicholas I granted to him on 14 July 1839 the Russian and Finnish style Imperial Highness, a rank he was entitled to as a descendant of the extended dynasty of Napoleon I of France. His father was an adoptive son of Napoleon. The couple had 7 children.

Maximilian II (German: Maximilian II)(1811 – 1864) reigned as King of Bavaria between 1848 and 1864. He was the son of King Ludwig I and Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. In 1852 he married Marie of Prussia (German: Marie Friederike Franziska Hedwig von Preußen)(1825 – 1889) They had 2 sons.


Maximilian, Margrave of Baden (Maximilian Alexander Friedrich Wilhelm)(1867 –  1929), also known as Max von Baden, was a German prince and politician. He was heir presumptive to the throne of the Grand Duchy of Baden. Maximilian was a member of the House of Baden, the son of Prince Wilhelm Max (1829–1897), third son of Grand Duke Leopold (1790–1852) and Princess Maria Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg (1841–1914), a granddaughter of Eugène de Beauharnais. He was named after his maternal grandfather, Maximilian de Beauharnais, and bore a resemblance to his cousin, Emperor Napoleon III. In 1900, he married Princess Marie Louise of Hanover (1879–1948). The couple had two children.

Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria (1808–1888) known informally as Max in Bayern, was a member of a junior branch of the House of Wittelsbach and a promoter of Bavarian folk-music. He is most famous today as the father of Empress Elisabeth of Austria ("Sisi") and great-grandfather of King Leopold III of Belgium. Maximilian Joseph was born at Bamberg, the only son of Duke Pius August in Bavaria (1786–1837) and his wife, Princess Amélie Louise of Arenberg. In 1828, at Tegernsee, Maximilian Joseph married Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, the sixth daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria, his father's cousin. They had ten children.

Maximilian (1845-1845) stillborn son of Princess Ludovika of Bavaria and Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria.

Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria,(full German name: Maximilian Emanuel, Herzog in Bayern)(1849 -1893) was a Duke in Bavaria and member of the House of Wittelsbach. Maximilian Emanuel was the tenth and youngest child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and his wife Princess Ludovika of Bavaria. Maximilian Emanuel married Princess Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, fourth child and second eldest daughter of Prince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and his wife Princess Clémentine of Orléans, in 1875. From childhood, Amalie had been intended as the bride of Prince Leopold of Bavaria. However, Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria, youngest child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and his wife Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, fell in love with her and confided this love in his sister Elisabeth of Bavaria, now Empress of Austria. The Empress became determined to ensure her favorite brother's happiness. She invited Leopold for an extended visit with the imperial family, among whom was her own fifteen-year-old daughter Archduchess Gisela of Austria. There, Leopold was tactfully made aware that a marriage with Gisela would be looked upon with favor by Emperor Franz Joseph. The temptation to become the Emperor's son-in-law was too strong to resist, and Leopold became engaged to Gisela after only a few days. After a sufficient amount of time had passed to enable Amalie to recover, Empress Elisabeth brought Max and Amalie together. Maximilian Emanuel and Amalie had three sons.


Maximilian Karl, 6th Prince of Thurn and Taxis,( full German name: Maximilian Karl Fürst von Thurn und Taxis)(1802 –  1871)was the sixth Prince of Thurn and Taxis, head of the Thurn-und-Taxis-Post, and Head of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis from 15 July 1827 until his death on 10 November 1871.Maximilian Karl was the fourth child of Karl Alexander, 5th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Duchess Therese of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, sister of Queen Louise of Prussia.Maximilian Karl married Baroness Wilhelmine of Dörnberg, daughter of Ernst, Baron of Dörnberg and his wife Baroness Wilhelmine Henriette Maximiliane of Glauburg in 1828. Maximilian Karl and Wilhelmine had five children.

Maximilian Anton Lamoral, Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis,( full German name: Maximilian Anton Lamoral Erbprinz von Thurn und Taxis)(1831 – 1867) was the Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis from birth until his death in 1867 Maximilian was the son of Maximilian Karl, 6th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Baroness Wilhelmine of Dörnberg. He married Duchess Helene in Bavaria, daughter of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and his wife Princess Ludovika of Bavaria in 1858.  Maximilian and Helene had four children.

Maximilian Maria Carl Joseph Gabriel Lamoral, 7th Prince of Thurn and Taxis,( full German name: Maximilian Maria Carl Joseph Gabriel Lamoral Fürst von Thurn und Taxis)(1862-1885) was the seventh Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Head of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis from 10 November 1871 until his death on 2 June 1885. Maximilian Maria was the eldest of the two sons of Maximilian Anton Lamoral, Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Duchess Helene in Bavaria. He died very young. His heart had been weakened by scarlet fever in childhood, and he suffered from severe heart spasms. In 1885, he died of a pulmonary embolism.


Maximilian I (Spanish: Fernando Maximiliano José María de Habsburgo-Lorena)(1832 –  1867) was the only monarch of the Second Mexican Empire. He was a younger brother of the Austrian emperor Franz Joseph I. His father was Archduke Franz Karl, the second surviving son of Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor, during whose reign he was born. Maximilian was thus a member of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine, a female-line cadet branch of the House of Habsburg. His mother was Princess Sophie of Bavaria, a member of the House of Wittelsbach. In 1857 he married Princess Charlotte in Bavaria. They had no (biological) issue.

Max-Emanuel Ludwig Maria Herzog in Bayern (sometimes styled Prince Max of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria)(1937) as the younger son of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria, is the heir presumptive to both the headship of the former Bavarian royal house and the Jacobite succession. He was born a Prince of Bavaria, as a member of the royal line of the House of Wittelsbach, but has been using the title "Herzog in Bayern" or Duke in Bavaria, since he was adopted as an adult by his great-uncle, Duke Ludwig Wilhelm in Bavaria, the last bearer of that title of a junior branch of the House of Wittelsbach. Max married the Swedish Countess Elisabeth Douglas (1940), daughter of Count Carl Ludvig Douglas and Ottora Maria Haas-Heye in 1967. They have five daughters

Maximilian Ludwig Terberger (2005) son of Duchess Elisabeth Marie Christine Franziska in Bavaria (1973) (4th daughter Max Emmanuel and Elisabeth Douglas) and Daniel Terberger.


Maximilian, Hereditary Prince of Saxony (1759–1838) He was the sixth but third and youngest surviving son of Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony and the composer Princess Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria. In 1792 he married firstly, the Princess Caroline of Bourbon (Carolina Maria Teresa Giuseppa), eldest child of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Marie Amalie of Austria, a sister-in-law of his uncle Albert, Prince of Saxony and Duke of Teschen. Maxilimian and Caroline had seven children. In 1825 Maximilian married Princess Luise of Bourbon (Maria Luisa Carlotta), daughter of the King Louis of Etruria and niece of his first wife Caroline. She was forty-three years younger than her husband. They had no children.

Maximilian, Margrave of Baden (born 1933) he is the elder son of Berthold, Margrave of Baden and Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark. In 1966 Maximilian married Archduchess Valerie of Austria, daughter of Archduke Hubert Salvator of Austria and Princess Rosemary of Salm-Salm. Their marriage produced four children.

Massimiliano Palombara (1614 – 1680) was marquis of Pietraforte and Conservator of Rome between 1651 and 1677.

Prince Maximilian Nicholas Maria of Liechtenstein (German: Maximilian Nikolaus Maria)(1969) is the second son of Prince Hans-Adam II and Princess Marie. He married Angela Gisela Brown in 2000. They have one son.

Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied (1782-1867) was a German explorer, ethnologist and naturalist. The grandson of the ruling count (after 1784 prince) Johann Friedrich Alexander of Wied-Neuwied

Maximilian, Duke von Hohenberg (Maximilian Karl Franz Michael Hubert Anton Ignatius Joseph Maria)(1902 – 1962), was the elder son of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary and his wife Countess Sophie Chotek von Chotkowa und Wognin, Duchess von Hohenberg Because his parents' marriage was morganatic, he was excluded from succession to the Austro-Hungarian throne, to which his father was heir presumptive, and to inheritance of any of his father's dynastic titles, income and properties, although not from the archduke's personal estate nor from his mother's property.In 1926 he married Countess Maria Elisabeth Bona von Waldburg zu Wolfegg und Waldsee (1904 - 1993). They had six sons.

Prince Maximilian of Hohenberg (1970), a son of Duke Georg of Hohenberg and Princess Eleonore of Auersperg-Breunner (1928). In 2000 he married Emilia Oliva Cattaneo Vieti (1971). They have three children.

Maximilian Bailey (2010) son of Princess Marie-Therese von Hohenberg (1972) and Anthony John James Bailey (1970)

Duke Maximilian William of Brunswick-Lüneburg (German: Maximilian Wilhelm)(1666 – 1726), often called Max, was a member of the House of Hanover who served as an Imperial Field Marshal. His parents were Ernest Augustus, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Sophia of the Palatinate, and he was the third of six sons to survive to adulthood.

Count Maximilian Gustav Albrecht Richard Augustin von Götzen-Iturbide (1944) is a Hungarian-born businessman and head of Imperial House of Mexico since 1949. The son of Baroness Maria Gizela Tunkl von Aschbrunn und Hohenstadt and her second husband Count Gustav von Götzen. His maternal grandmother, Princess María Josepha Sophia de Iturbide, was the eldest child of Prince Salvador de Iturbide, a grandson of Agustín de Iturbide, Emperor of Mexico, and an adopted son of Emperor Maximilian I. By permission of the Hungarian Interior Ministry, the children of Baroness Maria Gizela and Count Gustav were allowed to use the surname Götzen-Iturbide, while Götzen's given names reflect his lineage from Mexico's two emperors. Although he is the head of the Imperial House of Mexico, Götzen does not pursue any claim to the throne and has said his only political interest is the legacy and reputation of his ancestor Augustin de Iturbide, the leader of Mexico's independence movement. In 1990 he was married to Anna Rosa Maria Helena von Franceschi, daughter of Johann Karl von Franceschi and Maria Martha Kukuljevic-Bassani de Sacci. The couple has 2 children.


Maximilian Ulysses, Reichsgraf von Browne, Baron de Camus and Mountany (1705 – 1757) was an Austrian military leader during the middle of the 18th century, and a scion of the Irish "Wild Geese". He was the son of Count Ulysses von Browne (1659-1731), second Earl of Browne in the Jacobite Peerage by his wife Annabella Fitzgerald, a daughter of the House of Desmond. He had two sons, Philip George (1727–1803) and Joseph Ulysses (1728–1758).

Count Maximilian Anton Karl Baillet de Latour (French: Maximilien-Antoine-Charles-Joseph Comte de Baillet de Latour) (1737 – 1806) was an Austrian general during the French Revolutionary Wars. In 1772 he married Charlotte-Sophie de Guérin de La Marche (d-1806). And had issue.

Maximilian Karl Lamoral Graf O’Donnell von Tyrconnell (1812 — 1895) was an Austrian officer and civil servant who became famous when he helped save the life of Emperor Franz Josef I of Austria. O'Donnell was a descendant of the Irish noble dynasty of O'Donnell of Tyrconnell. son of Count Maurice O'Donnell (Moritz Graf O'Donnell) (1780–1843), and Christine (1788 – 1867), the legitimate daughter of Charles Joseph, Prince de Ligne. He married Franziska Wagner, who was not of noble birth, and the marriage was frowned upon.

Maximilian, Count von Merveldt (1764 – 1815), among the most famous of an illustrious old Westphalian family.

Archduke Maximilian of Austria (Maximilian Eugen Ludwig Friedrich Philipp Ignatius Joseph Maria)(1895 – 1952) was a member of the House of Habsburg and the younger brother of the Emperor Charles I of Austria. From April 10, 1919 according to republican Austrian law his name was Maximilian Eugen Habsburg-Lothringen Maximilian was the second son of Archduke Otto of Austria and Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony. In 1917 he married Princess Franziska zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst, daughter of Prince Konrad of Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst and Countess Franziska von Schönborn-Buchheim. Maximilian and Franziska had two children.

Prince Maximilian Hugo of Windisch-Graetz (1990) Son of Archduchess Sophie Franziska Maria Germaine of Austria (1959) and Prince Mariano Hugo of Windisch-Graetz (1955).

Archduke Maximilian Heinrich Ferdinand of Austria (1961) Son of Archduke Ferdinand Karl Max Franz Otto Konrad Maria Joseph Ignatius Nikolaus of Austria, Count of Kyburg (1918-2004) and Countess Helene Marina Elisabeth zu Törring-Jettenbach (1937). He married first in 1987, Countess Lydia of Abensberg-Traun 1964), daughter of Count Ernst Ferdinand von Abensberg und Traun and Felicia Guépin, divorced in 1991, without issue; married second in 2005  Sara Maya al-Askari (1977), daughter of Mamoun al-Askari. They have three children.

Archduke Jakob-Maximilian of Austria (2002) Son of Archduke Ferdinand Karl Augustinus Maria of Austria (1965) and Countess Katharina of Hardenberg (1968)

Maximilian Ernest of Austria (1583 – 1616), was a German prince member of the House of Habsburg and by birth Archduke of Austria. He was the son of Archduke Charles II of Austria, in turn son of Emperor Ferdinand I, and Maria Anna of Bavaria. His elder brother Archduke Ferdinand, succeeded as Holy Roman Emperor in 1619. He died unexpectedly aged thirty-two, unmarried and childless (however he left an illegitimate son, Don Carlos d'Austria, who died in 1638)

Archduke Maximilian Francis of Austria (Maximilian Franz Xaver Joseph Johann Anton de Paula Wenzel)(1756 -1801) was Elector of Cologne, and Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights. He was the youngest child of the Habsburg ruler of Austria, Maria Theresa, and her husband, Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor, for whom he was named.

Archduke Maximilian Joseph of Austria-Este (1782 –1863), the fourth son of Archduke Ferdinand of Austria-Este and and Maria Beatrice Ricciarda d'Este. and younger brother of Francis IV, Duke of Modena. He was grand master of the Teutonic Knights from 1835 to 1863.
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« Reply #512 on: May 03, 2020, 04:41:38 PM »

How often is a Prince named Kraft?   
Prince Kraft Karl August of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen (1827-1892) was the son of Prince Adolf of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen. He was a Prussian general.
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« Reply #513 on: May 03, 2020, 10:31:15 PM »

How often is a Prince named Kraft?  
Prince Kraft Karl August of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen (1827-1892) was the son of Prince Adolf of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen. He was a Prussian general.

Prince Kraft Alexander Ernst Ludwig Georg Emich (1935-2004), since 1960 known as Fürst zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg after the death of his father Gottfried. His mother was Margarita of Greece (Prince Philips eldest sister).
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« Reply #514 on: May 07, 2020, 01:56:39 PM »

According to Wikipedia:

Bridget or Brigid is a Gaelic/Irish female name derived from the noun brígh, meaning "power, strength, vigor, virtue". An alternate meaning of the name is "exalted one". Its popularity, especially in Ireland, is largely related to the popularity of Saint Brigid of Kildare, who was so popular in Ireland she was known as "Mary of the Gael". This saint took on many of the characteristics of the early Celtic goddess Brigid, who was the goddess of agriculture and healing and possibly also of poetry and fire. One of her epithets was "Brigid of the Holy Fire". In German and Scandinavian countries, the popularity of the name spread due to Saint Bridget of Sweden.

In the Irish language, the name is spelled Brighid or Bríd and is pronounced "breed" or "breej". In the Scottish Gaelic language, the name is spelled Brìghde and is pronounced "breej-eh" At one time the name was so popular for Irish girls that Bridey was used as a slang term for an Irish girl in English-speaking countries. Some Irish servant girls were called Biddie or Biddy by their employers even if that wasn't their real first name. It has been steadily used in the United States throughout the 20th century, though never among the top 100 most popular names for girls. It was most popular in the 1970s, when it ranked as the 153rd most popular name for girls born in that decade in the United States. In 2006, it was the 349th most popular female given name in the United States; in 2007 it fell to 357th place. It was ranked as the 367th most common name for girls and women in the United States in the 1990 census.


Lady Brigid Katharine Rachel Guinness (1920 –  1995) was the youngest daughter of Rupert Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh, and wife of Prince Frederick of Prussia, grandson of Wilhelm II, German Emperor. The fifth child and youngest daughter of Rupert Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh (1874–1967, son of Edward Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh), and his wife, Lady Gwendolen Onslow (1881–1966, daughter of William Onslow, 4th Earl of Onslow). She belonged to the Guinness family, Irish Protestants noted for their accomplishments in brewing, banking, politics and diplomacy. In 1945 she married Prince Frederick of Prussia (1911–1966), fourth son of William, German Crown Prince, and his wife, Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, and grandson of Wilhelm II, German Emperor. They had five children.


Brigid von Preussen (1983) daughter of Prince Rupert (1955) and his non-dynastically wife Ziba Rastegar-Javaheri (1954, into a family of wealthy Iranian industrialists). In paternal line a granddaughter of Lady Bridgid Guiness.


Bridget of York (1480 – 1517) was an English princess, the tenth child and seventh daughter of Edward IV of England and Queen Elizabeth Woodville. Her parents may have decided at the time of her birth that this daughter would be dedicated to a religious life, and Princess Bridget was entrusted to Dartford Priory, Dartford, Kent sometime between 1486 and 1492. She became a nun
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Tatiana (or Tatianna, also romanized as Tatyana, Tatjana, Tatijana, etc.) is a female name of Roman origin. The short form of the name in some Slavic languages is Tanya (Russian: Таня).

Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia (1897 - 1918), the second daughter of Emperor Nicholas II Romanov and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse). In 1918, together with family (parents, sisters, brother), she was murdered.


Princess Tatiana Radziwiłł (born 1939), Daughter of Princess Eugénie of Greece and Denmark and Prince Dominik Rainer Radziwiłł. She married Jean Henri Fruchaud and had issue.


Tatiana Ellinka Blatnik (born 1980)  Daughter of Ladislav Vladimir Blatnik and Marie Blanche Bierlein. Her biological father died when she was six, and she was raised by her mother. Her stepfather, Attilio Brillembourg, is the owner of a New York area financial services company. In 2010 she married Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark (1969), the 2nd son and 3rd child is the third child of Constantine II and Anne-Marie of Denmark, who were the last King and Queen of Greece, reigning from 1964 to 1973.

Tatiana Santo Domingo Rechulski (1983) Her father was Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr. (1958–2009) and her mother is Vera Rechulski. In 2013 (civil) and 2014 (religious) she married Andrea Casiraghi (1984), the eldest child and son of Princess Caroline of Monaco (and her second husband Stefano Casiraghi).  They have 3 children:
1. Alexandre Andrea Stefano "Sasha" Casiraghi (2013)
2. India Casiraghi (2015)
3. Maximilian Rainier Casiraghi (2018)

Princess Tatiana Galitzine (1984) Daughter of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria (1954) and Prince Peter Galitzine (1955). Maria Anna is the eldest child of Archduke Rudolf of Austria (1919-2010) and his first wife  Countess Xenia Czernichev-Besobrasov (1929-1968). In 2017 Tatiana  married Guillermo Sierra (1984). Together they have 1 son: Konstantin Nicholas Sierra (2019).



Tatiana von Preussen (1980) daughter of Prince Andreas (1947) and his non-dynastically wife Alexandra Blahova (1947). She is married to Philip Womack (1981). They have 1 son.

Princess Tatiana Constantinovna of Russia (1890-1979), eldest daughter of Russian poet Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia and wife, Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. In the spring of 1911, Tatiana Konstantinovna became engaged to Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani (1889-1915), a Georgian by birth who was serving in a Russian Imperial Guards regiment, and died in World War I. She was to be the first daughter of the Romanovs to openly marry a Russian subject or non-dynastic prince since the dynasty ascended the throne in 1613. Legally Tatiana Konstantinovna's marriage was morganatic. Her father did not approve of the match, and initially sent Tatiana away to the Crimea to visit her relative Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. It was there that KR found his daughter with Konstantin, and gave his blessing. Tatiana Konstantinovna renounced her dynastic rights, as required. Finally, Tatiana Konstantinovna and her Georgian prince were married, at her father's estate at Pavlovsk, on 3 September 1911. Tatiana and Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani had two children.


Lady Tatiana Helen Georgia Mountbatten (1990) is an English equestrian. Daughter of  George Mountbatten, 4th Marquess of Milford Haven and his wife, Sarah Georgina (née Walker). Her paternal great-grandparents, Prince George of Battenberg and Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna de Torby, were morganatic descendants of German and Russian royal houses. Her great-grandparents gave up their German titles in exchange for titles within the British peerage, and Anglicized their family name from Battenberg to Mountbatten.


Countess Tatiana Lvovna Sukhotina-Tolstaya (Russian: Графиня Татья́на Льво́вна Сухо́тина-Толста́я)(1864 – 1950), was a Russian painter and memoirist. She is the second child and oldest daughter of writer Leo Tolstoy. In 1899 she married Mikhail Sergeevich Sukhotin, although he was in his 50s and a widower with six children. He was still married when they met and she fell in love. In 1905, she gave birth to her only child, a daughter also called Tatiana.


Princess Tatiana Yusupova', Countess Tatiana Alexandrovna de Ribeaupierre (1828-1879), a lady in waiting to the Empress of Russia, married Prince Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov, Marshal of the Imperial Court.



Countess Tatiana Bobrinskoy


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« Reply #516 on: May 09, 2020, 06:00:04 AM »

How often is a Princess named Gundelinde? Princess Gundelinde of Bavaria (1891-1983) was the daughter of King Ludwig III of Bavaria.
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« Reply #517 on: May 09, 2020, 10:18:55 AM »

Tatiana (or Tatianna, also romanized as Tatyana, Tatjana, Tatijana, etc.) is a female name of Roman origin. The short form of the name in some Slavic languages is Tanya (Russian: Таня).

Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia (1897 - 1918), the second daughter of Emperor Nicholas II Romanov and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse). In 1918, together with family (parents, sisters, brother), she was murdered.


Princess Tatiana Radziwiłł (born 1939), Daughter of Princess Eugénie of Greece and Denmark and Prince Dominik Rainer Radziwiłł. She married Jean Henri Fruchaud and had issue.


Tatiana Ellinka Blatnik (born 1980)  Daughter of Ladislav Vladimir Blatnik and Marie Blanche Bierlein. Her biological father died when she was six, and she was raised by her mother. Her stepfather, Attilio Brillembourg, is the owner of a New York area financial services company. In 2010 she married Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark (1969), the 2nd son and 3rd child is the third child of Constantine II and Anne-Marie of Denmark, who were the last King and Queen of Greece, reigning from 1964 to 1973.

Tatiana Santo Domingo Rechulski (1983) Her father was Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Jr. (1958–2009) and her mother is Vera Rechulski. In 2013 (civil) and 2014 (religious) she married Andrea Casiraghi (1984), the eldest child and son of Princess Caroline of Monaco (and her second husband Stefano Casiraghi).  They have 3 children:
1. Alexandre Andrea Stefano "Sasha" Casiraghi (2013)
2. India Casiraghi (2015)
3. Maximilian Rainier Casiraghi (2018)

Princess Tatiana Galitzine (1984) Daughter of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria (1954) and Prince Peter Galitzine (1955). Maria Anna is the eldest child of Archduke Rudolf of Austria (1919-2010) and his first wife  Countess Xenia Czernichev-Besobrasov (1929-1968). In 2017 Tatiana  married Guillermo Sierra (1984). Together they have 1 son: Konstantin Nicholas Sierra (2019).



Tatiana von Preussen (1980) daughter of Prince Andreas (1947) and his non-dynastically wife Alexandra Blahova (1947). She is married to Philip Womack (1981). They have 1 son.

Princess Tatiana Constantinovna of Russia (1890-1979), eldest daughter of Russian poet Grand Duke Constantine Constantinovich of Russia and wife, Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg. In the spring of 1911, Tatiana Konstantinovna became engaged to Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani (1889-1915), a Georgian by birth who was serving in a Russian Imperial Guards regiment, and died in World War I. She was to be the first daughter of the Romanovs to openly marry a Russian subject or non-dynastic prince since the dynasty ascended the throne in 1613. Legally Tatiana Konstantinovna's marriage was morganatic. Her father did not approve of the match, and initially sent Tatiana away to the Crimea to visit her relative Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. It was there that KR found his daughter with Konstantin, and gave his blessing. Tatiana Konstantinovna renounced her dynastic rights, as required. Finally, Tatiana Konstantinovna and her Georgian prince were married, at her father's estate at Pavlovsk, on 3 September 1911. Tatiana and Prince Constantine Bagration of Mukhrani had two children.


Lady Tatiana Helen Georgia Mountbatten (1990) is an English equestrian. Daughter of  George Mountbatten, 4th Marquess of Milford Haven and his wife, Sarah Georgina (née Walker). Her paternal great-grandparents, Prince George of Battenberg and Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna de Torby, were morganatic descendants of German and Russian royal houses. Her great-grandparents gave up their German titles in exchange for titles within the British peerage, and Anglicized their family name from Battenberg to Mountbatten.


Countess Tatiana Lvovna Sukhotina-Tolstaya (Russian: Графиня Татья́на Льво́вна Сухо́тина-Толста́я)(1864 – 1950), was a Russian painter and memoirist. She is the second child and oldest daughter of writer Leo Tolstoy. In 1899 she married Mikhail Sergeevich Sukhotin, although he was in his 50s and a widower with six children. He was still married when they met and she fell in love. In 1905, she gave birth to her only child, a daughter also called Tatiana.


Princess Tatiana Yusupova', Countess Tatiana Alexandrovna de Ribeaupierre (1828-1879), a lady in waiting to the Empress of Russia, married Prince Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov, Marshal of the Imperial Court.


Also her daughter Tatiana Nikolaievna Yusupova (1866-1888).
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« Reply #518 on: May 12, 2020, 05:11:51 PM »

I know Isabella is a form of Elisabeth/Elizabeth, but I kept this out of the current listing:

Elisabeth (or Elizabeth) is a feminine given name derived from a form of the Hebrew name Elisheva (אֱלִישֶׁבַע), meaning "My God is an oath" or "My God is abundance", as rendered in the Septuagint.

Elizabeth I (1533 –1603)[  was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death on 24 March 1603. Sometimes called the Virgin Queen, Gloriana or Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth was the last of the five monarchs of the House of Tudor. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, his second wife, who was executed two-and-a-half years after Elizabeth's birth. Anne's marriage to Henry VIII was annulled, and Elizabeth was declared illegitimate. From the start of Elizabeth's reign, it was expected that she would marry and the question arose to whom. Although she received many offers for her hand, she never married and was childless; the reasons for this are not clear.

Lady Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon (1900 –2002) was the wife of King George VI, and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon. She was queen of the United Kingdom and the Dominions from her husband's accession in 1936 until his death in 1952, after which she was known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, to avoid confusion with her daughter. She was the last Empress of India. She was the youngest daughter and the ninth of ten children of Claude Bowes-Lyon, Lord Glamis (later the 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne in the Peerage of Scotland), and his wife, Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck. Prince Albert, Duke of York—"Bertie" to the family—was the second son of King George V. He initially proposed to Elizabeth in 1921, but she turned him down, being "afraid never, never again to be free to think, speak and act as I feel I really ought to". In March 1922 Albert proposed again, but she refused him once more. Eventually, in January 1923, Elizabeth agreed to marry Albert, despite her misgivings about royal life. They married on 26 April 1923. Elizabeth became styled Her Royal Highness The Duchess of York. Alberts elder brother Edward decided to abdicate to be able to marry divorcee Wallis Simpson. Albert, who reluctantly became King in his place on 11 December 1936 under the regnal name of George VI. George VI and Elizabeth were crowned King and Queen of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions, and Emperor and Empress of India in Westminster Abbey on 12 May 1937.

Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary)( 1926) is the Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms.The first child and daughter of 2 of the Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Her father ascended the throne on the abdication of his brother King Edward VIII in 1936, from which time she was the heir presumptive. Elizabeth met her future husband, Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark (1921), in 1934 and 1937. They are second cousins once removed through King Christian IX of Denmark and third cousins through Queen Victoria. After another meeting in 1939, Elizabeth—though only 13 years old—said she fell in love with Philip, and they began to exchange letters. She was 21 when their engagement was officially announced on 9 July 1947. The engagement was not without controversy; Philip had no financial standing, was foreign-born (though a British subject who had served in the Royal Navy throughout the Second World War), and had sisters who had married German noblemen with Nazi links. Before the marriage, Philip renounced his Greek and Danish titles, officially converted from Greek Orthodoxy to Anglicanism, and adopted the style Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, taking the surname of his mother's British family. Elizabeth and Philip were married on 20 November 1947. When her father died in February 1952, Elizabeth became head of the Commonwealth and queen regnant of seven independent Commonwealth countries. Elizabeth and Philip had 4 children: Charles (1948); Anne (1950); Andrew (1959) and Edward (1963).

Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1691 –1750) was the eldest daughter of Louis Rudolph, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and his wife Princess Christine Louise of Oettingen-Oettingen. At age 13 Elisabeth Christine became engaged to the future Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor. She married Charles in 1708. The couple had 4 children.

Archduchess Maria Elisabeth of Austria (Full name : Maria Elisabeth Amalia Antonia Josefa Gabriele Johanna Agathe)( 1737 –1740), was the eldest child and daughter of Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria, later Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, and Duke Francis of Lorraine, later Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. During a visit to Laxenburg castle on 7 June 1740, Maria Elisabeth became suddenly ill with stomach cramps and vomiting. Throughout the day, the stomach cramps alternated with ever-renewed vomiting until the little Archduchess died that night at 9 p.m. aged 3.

Archduchess Maria Elisabeth of Austria (Maria Elisabeth Josepha Johanna Antonia)( 1743 –1808) was the sixth child and the third surviving daughter of Maria Theresa I, Holy Roman Empress and Francis of Lorraine. She was an abbess of the Convent for Noble Ladies in Innsbrück from 1780 until 1806.

Elizabeth Petrovna (Russian: Елизаве́та (Елисаве́та) Петро́вна) (1709 –1762), also known as Yelisaveta or Elizaveta, was the Empress of Russia from 1741 until her death in 1762. She was the daughter of Peter the Great, Tsar of Russia, by his second wife, Catherine I. In 1724, Peter betrothed his daughters to two young princes, first cousins to each other, who hailed from the tiny north German principality of Holstein-Gottorp, and whose family was undergoing a period of political and economic stress.  Anna Petrovna (aged 16) was to marry Charles Frederick, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp, who was then living in exile in Russia as Peter’s guest. Some time later, and in the same year, Elizabeth was betrothed to marry Charles Frederick's first cousin, Charles Augustus of Holstein-Gottorp,  the eldest son of Christian Augustus, Prince of Eutin. Anna's wedding was held in 1725 as planned, even though her father, Peter the Great, died a few weeks before the nuptials. In Elizabeth's case, however, her fiancé died on 31 May 1727, before the wedding could be celebrated. This came as a double blow to Elizabeth, because her mother Catherine I (who had succeeded Peter the Great to the throne) had died just two weeks previously, on 17 May 1727. Elizabeth's response to the lack of marriage prospects was to take Alexis Shubin, a handsome sergeant in the Semyonovsky Guards regiment, as her lover. After he was banished to Siberia, Elizabeth consoled herself with a handsome coachman and then turned to a footman for her sexual pleasure. Eventually she found her long-term companion in Alexis Razumovsky, a young and handsome Ukrainian peasant serf with a good bass voice. There is reason to believe that she might even have married him in a secret ceremony. Razumovsky would later become known as "the Emperor of the Night." As an unmarried and childless empress, it was imperative for Elizabeth to find a legitimate heir to secure the Romanov dynasty. She chose her nephew, Peter of Holstein-Gottorp.

Princess Louise of Baden (1779 –1826) was, later known as Elizabeth Alexeievna (Russian: Елизавета Алексеевна), the Empress of Russia during her marriage with Emperor Alexander I. Born Princess Louise of Baden, she was a daughter of Charles Louis, Hereditary Prince of Baden, and his wife, Landgravine Amalie of Hesse-Darmstadt.She was chosen by Empress Catherine II of Russia as a bride for her eldest grandson, Grand Duke Alexander Pavlovich of Russia, the future Tsar Alexander I.  Louise converted to the Orthodox Church, took the title of Grand Duchess of Russia and traded the name Louise Maria for Elizabeth Alexeievna. She married Alexander on 28 September 1793, when he was fifteen and she was fourteen. Initially the marriage was happy. She had two daughters, but both died in early childhood.

Grand Duchess Elizabeth Alexandrovna of Russia (1806 –1808) Youngest daughter of Tsar Alexander I and Elizabeth Alexeievna.

Wanrong (1906 –1946), also known as Xuantong Empress, was the Empress Consort of Puyi, the Last Emperor of China and final ruler of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty. In 1932, when the Empire of Japan established the puppet state of Manchukuo in Manchuria (northeastern China) and installed Puyi as its nominal emperor, Wanrong became the empress of Manchukuo. During the Soviet invasion of Manchuria at the end of the Second Sino-Japanese War in 1945, Wanrong was captured by Chinese Communist guerrillas and transferred to different locations before she was settled in a prison camp in Yanji, Jilin. She died in prison in around June or August 1946 and her remains were never found. Wanrong's full birth name was Gobulo Wanrong (郭布羅·婉容); she is referred to as simply Wanrong because Manchus were usually referred to by their given names only. Her courtesy name was Muhong (慕鴻) and her art name was Zhilian. She also adopted a Western name, Elizabeth, which was inspired by Elizabeth I of England. Wanrong was born in the Gobulo (郭布羅) clan, which is of Daur ancestry and under the Plain White Banner of the Eight Banners. Her father was Rongyuan (榮源), who served as a Minister of Domestic Affairs (內務府大臣) in the Qing imperial court. Wanrong's biological mother, Aisin-Gioro Hengxin (恒馨), was the fourth daughter of Yuzhang (毓長) and a granddaughter of Puxu (溥煦).

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Empress Elisabeth of Austria (born Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria)( 1837 –1898) was Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary by marriage to Emperor Franz Joseph I. She was born into the royal Bavarian House of Wittelsbach. Nicknamed Sisi (also Sissi). Born Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, she was the fourth child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, the half-sister of King Ludwig I of Bavaria. In 1853, Princess Sophie of Bavaria, the domineering mother of 23-year-old Emperor Franz Joseph, preferring to have a niece as a daughter-in-law rather than a stranger, arranged a marriage between her son and her sister Ludovika's eldest daughter, Helene ("Néné"). Although the couple had never met, Franz Joseph's obedience was taken for granted by the archduchess, who was once described as "the only man in the Hofburg" for her authoritarian manner. Helene was a pious, quiet young woman, and she and Franz Joseph felt ill at ease in each other's company, but he was instantly infatuated with her younger sister. The couple was married in 1854. Franz Joseph was passionately in love with his wife, but she did not reciprocate his feelings fully and felt increasingly stifled by the rigidness of court life. He was an unimaginative and sober man, a political reactionary who was still guided by his mother and her adherence to the strict Spanish Court Ceremonial regarding both his public and domestic life, whereas Elisabeth inhabited a different world altogether. Restless to the point of hyperactivity, naturally introverted, and emotionally distant from her husband, she fled him as well as her duties of life at court, avoiding them both as much as she could. Franz Joseph and Elisabeth had 4 children: Sophie (1855-1857), Gisela (1856-1932), Rudolf (1858-1889) and Marie Valerie (1868-1924). Elisabeth was assinated in Geneva, Switzerland in 1898.

Archduchess Elisabeth Marie of Austria (Elisabeth Marie Henriette Stephanie Gisela (1883 –1963) was the only child of Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria and Princess Stéphanie of Belgium, and a granddaughter of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and King Leopold II of the Belgians. She was known to the family as "Erzsi", a diminutive of her name in Hungarian.  Later nicknamed "The Red Archduchess", she was famous for becoming a socialist and a member of the Austrian Social Democratic Party. Elisabeth was considered a potential bride for several princes in Europe; among them was her cousin Prince Albert, heir presumptive to the throne of Belgium. In 1900 Elisabeth met Prince Otto Weriand of Windisch-Graetz (1873–1952) at a court ball. Ten years her senior, he was below her in rank. Nonetheless she importuned her grandfather to be allowed to marry him. Franz Joseph resisted at first, having intended for Elisabeth to marry the German Crown Prince, but eventually relented. By many accounts it was Elisabeth alone who wanted the marriage, as Otto was already engaged to Countess von Schönborn and was reportedly dumbfounded when Franz Joseph informed him of his new engagement. Ordered by the Emperor to break his "lesser" engagement to marry his granddaughter, he complied. In order to avoid future succession issues, the Emperor made the marriage conditional on Elisabeth's renouncing her right to succession, although he allowed her to keep her personal title and provided her with a generous dowry. The couple married in 1902. They had three sons: Prince Franz Joseph (1904–1981), Prince Ernst (1905–1952) and Prince Rudolf (1907–1939). Their last child and only daughter, Princess Stephanie (1909–2005). Throughout their marriage both Elisabeth and Otto were open in having affairs. Only after the death of Franz Joseph in 1916 and the end of the monarchy in 1918 did the couple officially separate. In 1921 Elisabeth joined the Social Democratic Party, where she met Leopold Petznek. She formally divorced Prince Otto in early 1948, and on 4 May 1948 she and Leopold married.

Princess Elisabeth of Bavaria (German: Elisabeth Marie Auguste Prinzessin von Bayern)( 1874 –1957) was a member of the Bavarian Royal House of Wittelsbach. She was known as Princess of Bavaria until 1918. Elisabeth was the first child of Prince Leopold of Bavaria and his wife Archduchess Gisela of Austria, a daughter of Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I and Empress Elisabeth of Austria. In 1893, she married, Otto Ludwig Philipp von Seefried auf Buttenheim, (1870 - 1951), Freiherr zu Hagenbach. Elisabeth and Otto eloped and married secretly, as they knew they would never be officially permitted to marry. Not only was Otto of much lower rank than Elisabeth, he was also a Protestant. In a letter announcing the marriage to his new parents-in-law, Otto stated that he and Elisabeth were so determined not to be parted that they had felt forced to choose between elopement and mutual suicide. Elisabeth's father, and especially her grandfather, Prince Regent Luitpold, were incensed upon being presented with this fait accompli. It took years for Elisabeth's relationship with her father to recover; their reconciliation was mostly due to the efforts of her mother Gisela and grandfather, Emperor Franz Joseph. Both of the latter gave the couple their blessing after the marriage was announced. The marriage proved to be a very happy one, and the couple had five children.

Countess Elisabeth von Seefried auf Buttenheim (1897- 1975) she was the 2nd child and daughter of Princess Elisabeth of Bavaria and Otto vo Seefried auf Buttenheim.

Archduchess Maria Elisabeth of Austria (1901-1936) daughter of Archduchess Marie Valerie of Austria (1868-1924) and Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria (1866-1939)

Elisabeth of Swabia (1203–1235), also known as Beatrice of Swabia, queen consort of Castile and León

Elisabeth of Bavaria, Queen of Germany (c. 1227–1273), queen consort of Germany, Jerusalem and Sicily

Elisabeth of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1230–1266), queen consort of Germany

Elizabeth the Cuman (1239/1240–1290), queen consort and regent of Hungary

Elizabeth of Hungary, Queen of Serbia (1255–1313), queen consort of Serbia

Elizabeth of Sicily, Queen of Hungary (1261–1303), queen consort of Hungary

Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Germany (c. 1262–1312), queen consort of Germany

Elizabeth of Aragon (1271–1336), queen consort, queen dowager and queen mother of Portugal, also known as Saint Elizabeth of Portugal

Elisabeth Richeza of Poland (1286–1335), queen consort of Bohemia and Poland

Elizabeth de Burgh (1289–1327), queen consort of Scotland

Elisabeth of Bohemia (1292–1330), queen consort of Bohemia

Elizabeth of Carinthia, Queen of Sicily (1298–1352), queen consort and regent of Sicily

Elizabeth of Holstein-Rendsburg (c. 1300-before 1340), junior queen consort of Denmark, wife of Eric Christoffersen

Elizabeth of Poland, Queen of Hungary (1305–1380), queen consort of Hungary, regent of Poland

Elizabeth of Bosnia (c. 1339–1387), queen of Hungary and Poland

Elizabeth of Pomerania (1347–1393), queen consort and queen dowager of the Romans, Bohemia, Italy and Burgundy

Elisabeth of Nuremberg (1358–1411), queen consort of the Romans

Isabeau of Bavaria (c. 1370–1435), also known as Elisabeth of Bavaria-Ingolstadt, queen consort of France

Elizabeth Granowska (c. 1372–1420), queen consort of Poland

Elizabeth of Luxembourg (1409–1442), queen consort of the Romans, Hungary, Bohemia and Croatia

Elisabeth of Habsburg (1436–1505), queen consort, queen dowager and queen mother of Poland

Elizabeth Woodville (c. 1437–1492), queen consort of Edward IV

Elizabeth of York (1466–1503), queen consort of King Henry VII of England

Elizabeth of Austria (1526–1545), queen consort of Poland

Elisabeth of Valois (1545-1568), queen consort of Spain

Elisabeth of Austria, Queen of France (1554–1592), queen consort of France

Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia (1596–1662), daughter of James VI and I of Scotland and England, the "Winter Queen" of Bohemia

Elisabeth of France (1602–1644), queen consort of Spain and Portugal

Elisabeth Farnese (1692–1766), queen consort, queen dowager and queen mother of Spain

Elisabeth Therese of Lorraine (1711–1741), queen consort of Sardinia, Cyprus, Jerusalem and Armenia

Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern (1715–1797), queen consort and queen dowager of Prussia

Kaʻahumanu (c. 1768–1832), also known as Elizabeth Kaʻahumanu, queen consort and queen regent of Hawaiʻi

Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria (1801 –1873) was a Princess of Bavaria and later Queen consort of Prussia. The daughter of King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his Queen Friederike Karoline Wilhelmine Margravine of Baden She was the identical twin sister of Queen Amalie of Saxony, consort of King John I of Saxony. She was a maternal aunt of Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sisi), who was Elisabeth's godchild and namesake. She was known within her family as Elise. In 1823, she married the future King Frederick William IV of Prussia. The couple had no children.

Pauline Elisabeth Ottilie Luise of Wied (1843 –1916) was the Queen of Romania as the wife of King Carol I, widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva. She was the daughter of Hermann, Prince of Wied, and his wife Princess Marie of Nassau. Elisabeth first met Prince Karl of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen in 1861. In 1869, Karl, who was now Prince Carol of Romania, traveled to Germany in search of a suitable consort. He was reunited with Elisabeth, and the two were married in 1869. Their only child, a daughter, Maria, died in 1874 at age three — an event from which Elisabeth never recovered. She was crowned Queen of Romania in 1881 after Romania was proclaimed a kingdom. As "Carmen Sylva", she wrote with facility in German, Romanian, French and English.
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Elisabeth of Romania (full name Elisabeth Charlotte Josephine Alexandra Victoria: Romanian: Elisabeta a României, Greek: Ελισάβετ της Ρουμανίας)( 1894 -1956) was a princess of Romania and member of the House of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and by marriage Queen consort of Greece during 1922–1924. Second child and first daughter of Crown Prince Ferdinand and Crown Princess Marie of Romania (a member of the British royal family and later Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha). Elisabeth was nicknamed Lisabetha or Lizzy by her family. Named after her paternal great-aunt, Queen Elisabeth of Wied. In 1914 Prince George of Greece, then second in line to the throne and her 2nd cousin asked for Elisabeth’s hand. But she declined the offer. In 1920 she met prince George again, who asked again for her hand. This time she decided to accept the offer. In 1921 Elisabeth and George married. Shortly after, Crown Prince Carol of Romania, Elisabeth's elder brother, married George's younger sister, Princess Helen of Greece. In Greece, Elisabeth had great difficulty integrating into the royal family, and her relationship with Queen Sophia was particularly awkward. Meanwhile, the disaster of the Greco-Turkish War forced King Constantine I to abdicate, which pushed George on to the throne (1922). The new king, however, had no power, and he and his queen were unable to resolve the repression organized by revolutionaries who took power against the representatives of the old regime. After an attempted monarchist coup d'état in October 1923, the situation of the royal couple became even more precarious. On 19 December 1923 King George II and his wife were forced into exile by the revolutionary government. With Prince Paul (the king's brother and heir-presumptive to the throne), they then departed for Romania, where they learned of the proclamation of the Second Hellenic Republic on 25 March 1924. In May 1935, Elisabeth heard from a Greek diplomat that the Second Hellenic Republic was on the verge of collapse and that the restoration of the monarchy was imminent. Frightened by this news, the exiled Queen of the Hellenes then launched divorce proceedings without informing her husband. Charged with "desertion from the family home", George II saw his marriage dissolved by a Bucharest court without being really invited to speak on the matter (6 July 1935). The couple had no children.

Queen Elisabeth of Belgium (born Duchess Elisabeth of Bavaria)( 1876 –1965) was Queen consort of the Belgians as the spouse of King Albert I, and a Duchess in Bavaria by birth. Her father was Karl-Theodor, Duke in Bavaria, head of a cadet branch of the Bavarian royal family, and an ophthalmologist. She was named after her father's sister, Empress Elisabeth of Austria, better known as Sisi. Her mother was Maria Josepha of Portugal, daughter of exiled Miguel I of Portugal. In 1900, Duchess Elisabeth married Prince Albert, second-in-line to the throne of Belgium (after his father Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders). Upon her husband's accession to the Belgian throne in 1909, Elisabeth became Queen. The couple had 3 children.

Marie Elizabeth Zellinger de Balkany (1972) daughter of Robert Zellinger de Balkany (1931-2015) and Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (Italy) (1940). A great granddaughter of Queen Elisabeth of Belgium.  She married Oliver Janssens (1966) in 2002. The couple has 4 children.

Princess Elisabeth, Duchess of Brabant (Dutch: Elisabeth Theresia Maria Helena; French: Élisabeth Thérèse Marie Hélène)( 2001), is the heir apparent to the Belgian throne. The eldest child of King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, she acquired her position after her grandfather King Albert II abdicated in favour of her father on 21 July 2013. The first child of the then Duke and Duchess of Brabant. She is the great great granddaughter of Queen Elisabeth of Belgium. Ten years prior to Elisabeth's birth, a new act of succession was put into effect which introduced absolute primogeniture, meaning that Elisabeth comes first in the line of succession because she is the eldest child. If she ascends to the throne as expected, she will be Belgium's first queen regnant.

Elisabetta Rosboch von Wolkenstein (1987) the only child of Italian film producer Nobile Ettore Rosboch von Wolkenstein (born in 1945) and his wife Anna Maria "Lilia" dei Conti di Smecchia, also a film producer. In 2014 she married Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Archduke of Austria-Este (1986) The couple have 2 children.
 
Elisabeth of the Palatinate (1618–1680), Bohemian princess and philosopher

Princess Élisabeth of France (Élisabeth Philippine Marie Hélène; 1764–1794), sister of Louis XVI of France, also known as Madame Élisabeth

Princess Elizabeth of the United Kingdom (1770–1840), was the seventh child and third daughter of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. In 1808 Elizabeth was reluctantly obliged to decline a proposal from the exiled Duke of Orléans (later King of the French as Louis Philippe I) due to his Catholicism and her mother's opposition. After marrying the Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg, Frederik VI, in 1818, she took permanent residence in Germany as landgravine. It was not a real "love match", in spite of the mutual understanding and respect; in fact it was an agreement with which both were satisfied. The marriage lasted until Frederick's death in 1829 and was described as very happy.

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine (1864–1918) (1864–1918), later Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia (Russian: Елизавета Фёдоровна Романова, Elizabeth Feodorovna Romanova; canonised as Holy Martyr Elizabeth Feodorovna. She was the second child of Ludwig IV, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine, and Princess Alice, daughter of Queen Victoria. She was given the names Elisabeth Alexandra Luise Alix: "Elisabeth" after both St. Elizabeth of Hungary (the ancestress of the House of Hesse) and her paternal grandmother, Princess Elisabeth of Prussia, and "Luise" and "Alix" after her parents. Elisabeth was known as "Ella" within her family. In 1884 she married Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich of Russia (Сергей Александрович)( 1857 –1905) who was the fifth son and seventh child of Emperor Alexander II of Russia. By 1892, six years into the marriage, Sergei was already certain that they would not have children and he left a will making the children of his brother Paul his heir after his and his wife's deaths.

Princess Elisabeth of Prussia (1815 –1885) was the second daughter of Prince Wilhelm of Prussia and Landgravine Marie Anna of Hesse-Homburg. In 1836 Elisabeth married Prince Charles of Hesse and by Rhine, second son of Louis II, Grand Duke of Hesse. The couple had 4 children.

Elizabeth Bagration (1880–1915), Georgian royal princess of the House of Mukhrani. She was a daughter of Prince Alexander Mikheilis dze Bagration (1856-1935) and Princess Nino Tarkhan-Mouravi (1860-1934).In 1899 she married Prince Boris Sergeevych Sheremetev (1871-1952) and had 2 children with him. In 1914 she married Marco Morizo De la Roca (1881-1945). She had no children with him. She was a grandmother of Tatiana Fabergé.

Princess Elizabeth of Greece and Denmark ((Greek: Πριγκίπισσα Ελισάβετ της Ελλάδας και Δανίας )(1904–1955), later Countess of Toerring-Jettenbach, the middle daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia. Elisabeth married Count Carl Theodor of Törring-Jettenbach (1900 - 1967) in  1934. Through his mother, Duchess Sophie Adelheid in Bavaria, he was the nephew of Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians and of Princess Marie Gabrielle of Bavaria. Elisabeth and Carl Theodor had two children.

Countess Elisabeth Ricciarda Valeria of Törring-Jettenbach (2008) daughter of Count Ignatius Maximilian Karl Veit Törring-Jettenbach (1966) and Robinia Viviana Giada Mentasti-Granelli (1976) A great granddaughter of Princess Elizabeth of Greece and Denmark.

Archduchess Elisabeth Caecilia Helen of Austria (1957 –1983), daughter of Countess Helene Marina Elisabeth of Törring-Jettenbach  (1937) and Archduke Ferdinand Karl Max of Austria (son of Archduke Maximilian Eugen of Austria and the nephew of Archduke Karl Franz of Austria the last Emperor of Austria) In 1982 she married James Litchfield.

Elisabeth, Princess of Schleswig-Holstein (née Princess Elisabeth of Lippe-Weissenfeld)(1957) is the princess consort to the current Head of the Ducal House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and the House of Oldenburg, Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein. Elisabeth is the daughter of Alfred, Prince of Lippe-Weissenfeld and his wife Baroness Irmgard Julinka Wagner von Wehrborn. Elisabeth married Christoph, Prince of Schleswig-Holstein, son of Peter, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein and his wife Princess Marie Alix of Schaumburg-Lippe in 1981. On their marriage Elisabeth became The Princess of Schleswig-Holstein with the style of Highness. The couple has 4 children.

Princess Elizabeth of Poland (Polish: Elżbieta Kazimierzówna) (1326–1361) was the eldest child of Casimir III of Poland and his first wife, Aldona of Lithuania.In 1343 she married Bogislaw V, Duke of Pomerania with whom she had children.
Elizabeth of Pomerania (c. 1347 –1393) was the fourth and final wife of Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and king of Bohemia. Her parents were Bogislaw V, Duke of Pomerania, and Elisabeth of Poland She bore eight children.

Elizabeth Stuart (1596 –1662) was Electress of the Palatinate and briefly Queen of Bohemia as the wife of Frederick V of the Palatinate. Because her husband's reign in Bohemia lasted for just one winter, Elizabeth is often referred to as the "Winter Queen". Elizabeth was the second child and eldest daughter of James VI and I, King of Scotland, England, and Ireland, and his wife, Anne of Denmark. Elizabeth and Frederick had 13 children

Elizabeth of Aragon, more commonly known as Saint Elizabeth of Portugal,[2] T.O.S.F. (1271 – 1336)( Elisabet in Catalan, Isabel in Aragonese, Portuguese and Spanish), was queen consort of Portugal, a tertiary of the Franciscan Order and is venerated as a saint of the Catholic Church

Elisabeth of the Palatinate (1618 –1680), also known as Elisabeth of Bohemia, Princess Elisabeth of the Palatinate, or Princess-Abbess of Herford Abbey, was the eldest daughter of Frederick V, Elector Palatine (who was briefly King of Bohemia), and Elizabeth Stuart.

Princess Elisabeth of Denmark, RE (Elisabeth Caroline-Mathilde Alexandrine Helena Olga Thyra Feodora Estrid Margrethe Désirée)( 1935 –2018) was the only daughter and eldest child of Hereditary Prince Knud and Hereditary Princess Caroline-Mathilde of Denmark, and a first cousin of the present Danish monarch, Queen Margrethe II.

Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia (Serbian: Kneginja Jelisaveta Karađorđević / Кнегиња Јелисавета Карађорђевић)( 1936) is a member of the House of Karageorgevich, a human rights activist and a former presidential candidate for Serbia. She is also known as Jelisaveta Karađorđević. The third child and the only daughter of Prince Paul of Yugoslavia (prince regent of Yugoslavia 1934–1941) and Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark. Princess Elizabeth was married to Howard Oxenberg (1919–2010) in 1961 and were divorced in 1966. They have two daughters. Princess Elizabeth's second marriage was to Neil Balfour (1944) in 1969 and they divorced in November 1978. They have one son. Princess Elizabeth married a third time, to former Prime Minister of Peru Manuel Ulloa Elías (1922–1992) in 1987. They separated in 1989, although the marriage was never officially dissolved. In 1992 Ulloa Elías died, which made the princess officially a widow.
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Elizabeth of Lancaster, Duchess of Exeter (1363–1426), younger daughter and second surviving child of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster and Blanche of Lancaster

Elisabeth von Matsch, (1380s—around 1439), last countess of Toggenburg

Elizabeth Báthory (1560–1614), niece of the Polish King Stephen Báthory; Hungarian countess and murderer

Elizabeth of Hungary (1207–1231), the daughter of King Andrew II of Hungary

Elizabeth of Aragon or Elizabeth of Portugal (1271–1336), Queen consort of Portugal

Princess Elisabeth of Thurn and Taxis (German: Elisabeth Maria Maximiliana) (1860- 1881) was the Duchess of Braganza and wife of Miguel, Duke of Braganza. Elisabeth was the second eldest child and daughter of Maximilian Anton Lamoral, Hereditary Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Duchess Helene in Bavaria. Elisabeth married Miguel, Duke of Braganza, only son and second eldest child of Miguel I of Portugal and his wife Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg in 1877. Elisabeth and Miguel had three children.

Princess Elisabeth Helene of Thurn and Taxis (German: Elisabeth Helene, Prinzessin von Thurn und Taxis) (1903- 1976) was a Princess of Thurn und Taxis by birth and a Princess and Duchess of Saxony, Margravine of Meissen, and titular Queen consort of Saxony through her marriage to Friedrich Christian, Margrave of Meissen. Elisabeth was the sixth child of Albert, 8th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Archduchess Margarethe Klementine of Austria. Elisabeth married Prince Friedrich Christian of Saxony, second eldest child and son of Frederick Augustus III of Saxony and his wife Archduchess Luise of Austria, Princess of Tuscany in 1923. Elisabeth and Friedrich had five children

Princess Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis (Elisabeth Margarete Maria Anna Beatriz Prinzessin von Thurn und Taxis)( 1982) is a German journalist, author, socialite, and art collector. She is the second child and daughter of Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Countess Gloria von Schönburg-Glauchau. She has been referred to in the press as Princess TNT, a nickname once associated with her mother, Gloria, Princess of Thurn und Taxis.

Princess Elisabeth Anna of Prussia (1857 –1895) was a German princess. She was the second child of Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia and Princess Maria Anna of Anhalt-Dessau. In 1878, Elisabeth Anna married Frederick Augustus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg. It was a double wedding, in which Princess Charlotte of Prussia (daughter of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Prussia) married Bernhard, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Meiningen. Frederick Augustus was said to be pleased with his beautiful and charming bride, and their marriage was a harmonious one. Elisabeth Anna and her husband had two daughters.

Elisabeth of Austria (died 1107), daughter of Leopold II, Margrave of Austria

Elisabeth of Austria (1124–1143), daughter of Leopold III, Margrave of Austria; wife of Hermann II of Winzenburg

Elisabeth of Austria (d. 1353), daughter of Albert I of Germany, Duke of Austria; wife of Frederick IV, Duke of Lorraine

Elisabeth of Austria (1436–1505), daughter of Albert II of Germany; Queen consort of Casimir IV of Poland and Lithuania

Elisabeth of Austria (1526–1545), daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor; Queen consort of Sigismund II Augustus of Poland

Elisabeth of Austria (1554–1592), daughter of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor; Queen consort of Charles IX of France

Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska Maria of Austria (1831 –1903) was the daughter of Palatine Joseph of Hungary (1776–1847) and his third wife Maria Dorothea of Württemberg (1797–1855). Her first marriage, in 1847, was to her second cousin Archduke Ferdinand Karl Viktor of Austria-Este (1821–1849), by whom she had one daughter. Her second marriage, in 1854, in Vienna, was to her first cousin Archduke Karl Ferdinand of Austria (1818–1874) by whom she had six children.

Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria, Princess of Tuscany (1939), daughter of princess Dorothea of Bavaria (German: Dorothea Theresa Marie Franziska, Prinzessin von Bayern)(1920 –2015) and Archduke Gottfried of Austria. She married in 1965, Friedrich Hubert Edler von Braun (1934), son of Erich Edler von Braun and Baroness Elisabeth von Teuchert-Kauffmann und Traunsteinburg. They have three children.

Archduchess Elisabeth Amalie of Austria (1878 –1960) was a daughter of Archduke Karl Ludwig of Austria and his third wife Infanta Maria Theresa of Portugal. In 1903, in Vienna, Archduchess Elisabeth Amalie married Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein. The couple had eight children together She was the mother of Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein, and the paternal grandmother of Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein.

Princess Maria Elisabeth of Liechtenstein (1969), daughter of Amalie Gräfin von Podstatzky-Lichtenstein (1935) and Prince Heinrich Hartneid of Liechtenstein (Heinrich Hartneid Maria Franz de Paula Johann Aloys Joseph Ignatius Benedictus Hilarion)( 1920 –1993)  She married in 2004 Gilles Rouvinez (1964), without issue

Elisabeth von Gutmann (1875 –1947) was Princess consort of Liechtenstein from 1929 to 1938 as the wife of Prince Franz I of Liechtenstein (1853-1938) Elisabeth (also known as Elsa) was born at Vienna, Austria-Hungary. She was the daughter of Wilhelm Isak, Ritter von Gutmann and his second wife Ida Wodianer. Her father was a Jewish businessman from Moravia. His coal mining and trading company, Gebrüder Gutmann, In 1899, Elisabeth was married in Vienna to Hungarian Baron Géza Erős of Bethlenfalva (1866–1908). Before their marriage Elisabeth became a catholic. He died on 7 August 1908. They had no children. In 1929 Elisabeth married Prince Franz I of Liechtenstein. They had no children. In early 1938, just after the annexation of Austria into Greater Nazi Germany, 84-year-old Prince Franz I relinquished decision-making to his 31-year-old grandnephew, who would later succeed him as Prince Franz Joseph II.

Countess Elisabeth Douglas (1940) daughter of Count Carl Ludvig Douglas and Ottora Maria Haas-Heye. In 1967 she married Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria, son of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria, and his first wife, Countess Maria Draskovich of Trakostjan, and great-grandson of King Ludwig III of Bavaria. They have five daughters.

Duchess Elisabeth Marie Christine Franziska in Bavaria (1973), 4th daughter of  Countess Elisabeth Douglas (1940)  and  Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria She married in  2004 in Munich, Daniel Terberger (1967). They have two children.

Elizabeth Christiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire (1758 - 1824) was an English novelist and aristocrat. She is best known as Lady Elizabeth Foster, the close friend of Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Known as Bess, she was born Elizabeth Christiana Hervey, in a small house in Horringer, St Edmundsbury, Suffolk. Her father, Frederick Hervey, Bishop of Derry, later became the fourth Earl of Bristol. In 1776, Elizabeth married Irishman John Thomas Foster (1747–1796). The Fosters had two sons, Frederick (3 October 1777 – 1853) and Augustus John Foster (1780 – 1848). Their only daughter, also named Elizabeth, was born prematurely on 17 November 1778 and lived only eight days. In May 1782, Bess met the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in Bath, and quickly became Georgiana's closest friend. From this time, she lived in a triad with Georgiana and her husband, William, the 5th Duke of Devonshire, for about 25 years. She bore two illegitimate children by the Duke: a daughter, Caroline St Jules, and a son, Augustus (later Augustus Clifford, 1st Baronet), who were raised at Devonshire House with the Duke's legitimate children by Georgiana. Georgiana grew ill and died in 1806; three years later, Bess married the duke and became the Duchess of Devonshire. He died two years later.

Lady Elizabeth Stafford (later Duchess of Norfolk) (c.1497 –1558) was the eldest daughter of Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham and Lady Eleanor Percy. By marriage she became Duchess of Norfolk. Her abusive marriage to Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, created a public scandal.
Elizabeth Percy, Duchess of Northumberland (née Seymour)( 1716 –1776), also suo jure 2nd Baroness Percy, was a British peer. Percy was the only daughter of Algernon Seymour, 7th Duke of Somerset and his wife, Frances, daughter of Henry Thynne.
In 1740, she married Sir Hugh Smithson, Bt and they had two sons, Hugh (1742–1817) and Algernon (1750–1830). On her father's death in 1750, she inherited his barony of Percy and her husband acquired from her father his earldom of Northumberland by special remainder and changed his family name from Smithson to Percy that year. They had 3 children

Lady Elizabeth Percy, daughter of Elizabeth Percy, Duchess of Northumberland  and Sir Hugh Smithson She died unmarried

Elizabeth Seymour, Duchess of Somerset and suo jure Baroness Percy (1667 – 1722) was a great heiress. She was styled Lady Elizabeth Percy between 1667 and 1679, Countess of Ogle between 1679 and 1681, Lady Elizabeth Thynne between 1681 and 1682 and Duchess of Somerset between 1682 and 1722. Elizabeth was the only surviving child and sole heiress of Joceline Percy, 11th Earl of Northumberland (1644–1670). Lady Elizabeth was one of the closest personal friends of Queen Anne  She married three times, having children by the third marriage only. At the age of twelve she married, in 1679, the 20 year-old Henry Cavendish, Earl of Ogle (1659 –1680), the only son and heir of Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Newcastle, who in accordance with the marriage settlement adopted the surname of Percy in lieu of his patronymic. Unfortunately he died the following year. The marriage probably had not been consummated.  In 1681, at the age of fourteen, she married Thomas Thynne (died 1682) of Longleat, Wiltshire, known due to his great income as "Tom of Ten Thousand", a relative of Thomas Thynne, 1st Viscount Weymouth. He was murdered the following February by a gang on the order of Swedish Count Karl Johann von Königsmark, who had started to pursue Elizabeth following the rumour that her marriage was unhappy. At the age of fifteen, five months after the death of Thomas Thynne, Elizabeth married, in  1682, the 20 year-old Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset, of Marlborough Castle in Wiltshire, and so became Duchess of Somerset. By the duke she had 7 children.

Lady Elizabeth Seymour (1685–1734), daughter of Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset and  Elizabeth Seymour, Duchess of Somerset  Wife of Henry O'Brien, 8th Earl of Thomond (1688–1741), childless. His chosen heir was her younger nephew, Percy Wyndham-O'Brien, 1st Earl of Thomond (c. 1713 – 1774), of Shortgrove, Essex, who adopted the surname O'Brien and was elevated to the peerage.
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Elizabeth Diana Percy, Duchess of Northumberland (née Lady Elizabeth Montagu Douglas Scott; ( 1922 –2012) Her parents were Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 8th Duke of Buccleuch, and his wife, Mary. Her paternal aunt was Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester. She married Hugh Percy, 10th Duke of Northumberland, in 1946, whereupon she became the Duchess of Northumberland, and had seven children.

Elizabeth Georgiana Campbell, Duchess of Argyll CI VA (née Leveson-Gower)( 1824 –1878) was a British noblewoman and abolitionist. Born into the wealthy Sutherland-Leveson-Gower family, she was the eldest daughter of the 2nd Duke of Sutherland by his wife, the political hostess Lady Harriet Howard. In 1844 Elizabeth married George Campbell, Marquess of Lorne, eldest son and heir to the 7th Duke of Argyll. She became the Duchess of Argyll in 1847 when her husband succeeded his father. The Duke and Duchess of Argyll had 12 children.

Lady Elizabeth Campbell (1852-?); daughter of Elizabeth Georgiana Campbell, Duchess of Argyll  and George Campbell, 7th Duke of Argyll. She married Lt.-Col. Edward Harrison Clough-Taylor in 1880

Elisabeth of Württemberg (Elisabeth Wilhelmine Luise)( 1767 –1790) was an Archduchess of Austria by marriage to Archduke Francis of Austria. She was the eighth of the twelve children of Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg, by his wife, Sophia Dorothea of Brandenburg-Schwedt. She was baptised with the names Elisabeth Wilhelmine Luise .In 1788, Elisabeth and Francis were married.  At this time, Emperor Joseph was in ill health; the young archduchess was close to the emperor and brightened his last years with her youthful charm. At the end of 1789, Elisabeth became pregnant; however, her condition was very delicate. On the night of 18 February, she prematurely gave birth to Archduchess Ludovika Elisabeth, who lived for only 16 months. Despite an emergency operation to save her life, Elisabeth did not survive the birth, which lasted more than 24 hours. She is buried in the Imperial Crypt, in Vienna. The emperor died two days after the death of his niece.

Duchess Elisabeth of Württemberg (German: Elisabeth Maria Margarethe Alix Helene Rosa Philippine Christine Josepha Therese vom Kinde Jesu, Herzogin von Württemberg)(1933) is a member of the House of Württemberg and a Duchess of Württemberg by birth and through her marriage to Prince Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, a member of the House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and a Princess of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. Elisabeth was the third child and second daughter of Philipp Albrecht, Duke of Württemberg and his second wife Archduchess Rosa of Austria, Princess of Tuscany. Elisabeth married Prince Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, only child of Prince Gabriel of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and his first wife Princess Malgorzata Izabella Czartoryska in 1958. Elisabeth and Antoine have four children.

Princess Elisabeth of Waldeck and Pyrmont (German: Prinzessin Luise Elisabeth Hermine Erica Pauline zu Waldeck und Pyrmont)( 1873 –1961) was the youngest daughter of George Victor, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont and princess Helene of Nassau. Wife of Alexander, 2nd Prince of Erbach-Schönberg. They had four children.

Princess Elizabeth of Sweden (also known as Elisabet Gustavsdotter Vasa)( 1549 –1597), was a Swedish princess, and a duchess consort of Mecklenburg-Gadebusch by marriage to Christopher, Duke of Mecklenburg-Gadebusch. She was a daughter of King Gustav I of Sweden and his second spouse, Queen Margaret.

Countess Elisabeth von Plettenberg (?) together with her husband Erich Vermehren a member of the Solf Circle (German: Solf-Kreis) which was an informal gathering of German intellectuals involved in the resistance against Nazi Germany.

Princess Maria Elizabeth of Sweden (1596- 1618) was a Swedish princess, daughter of King Charles IX of Sweden and Christina of Holstein-Gottorp, and by marriage Duchess of Ostergothia. In 1612 she married  Prince John of Sweden, Duke of Ostrogothia. The couple was childless.

Elizabeth of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden (1485 –1555) was a Scandinavian princess who became Electress of Brandenburg as the spouse of Joachim I Nestor, Elector of Brandenburg. She was the daughter of King Hans of Denmark, Norway and Sweden and his spouse, Christina of Saxony. They had 5 children.

Elisabeth of Brandenburg (1510 –1558) the third child and second daughter of the Elector Joachim I of Brandenburg and his wife Elisabeth, daughter of King John I of Denmark. At the age of not quite 15, she married in 1525 in Stettin with the forty years old widower Duke Eric I "the Elder" of Brunswick-Göttingen-Calenberg. Despite the age difference, it was obviously a marriage without insurmountable conflicts, perhaps because Eric mostly stayed on his Erichsburg and Calenberg Castle, while Elisabeth resided at her wittum Münden. In 1546, one year after the accession of her son Eric II, Elisabeth married Count Poppo XII of Henneberg (1513–1574), a younger brother of the husband of her eldest daughter. From her first marriage, to Eric I of Brunswick-Göttingen-Calenberg, Elisabeth had a son and three daughters.

Elisabeth of Brunswick-Calenberg (1526 –1566) the eldest child of the Duke Eric I of Brunswick-Calenberg and his wife Elisabeth (1510-1558), Elisabeth married in  1543 Count George Ernest of Henneberg (1511-1583). His brother Poppo XII had married Elisabeth's mother two years earlier. Elisabeth's marriage remained childless.

Elisabeth of Brandenburg-Ansbach  (1551 –1596), daughter of Margrave Albert I of Brandenburg-Ansbach (1490–1568) and Anna Marie of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1532-1568). A niece of Elisabeth of Brunswick-Calenberg (1526 –1566)

Duchess Elisabeth Albertine of Saxe-Hildburghausen (1713 –1761) a daughter of Ernest Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Hildburghausen (1681 – 1724) and his wife Countess Sophia Albertine of Erbach-Erbach (1683–1742). In 1735, Elisabeth married Duke Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Mirow (1707 1752), the youngest son of Adolphus Frederick II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. They became the parents of ten children.

Duchess Elisabeth Christine of Mecklenburg Mirow (1739-1741), daughter of Duchess Elisabeth Albertine of Saxe-Hildburghausen (1713 –1761) and Duke Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Mirow (1707 1752)

Princess Elisabeth Pauline Alexandrine of Saxe-Altenburg (1826 - 1896) was a daughter of Joseph, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg and his wife Duchess Amelia of Württemberg. In 1852, Elisabeth married her second cousin Peter, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg. They had two children.

Elisabeth of Saxony (1830 –1912) was a Princess of Saxony. A daughter of King John of Saxony and his wife Amalie Auguste of Bavaria. In 1850, she married, Prince Ferdinand, 1st Duke of Genoa, second son of King Charles Albert of Sardinia and Maria Theresa of Austria and Tuscany. Their marriage was a dynastic arrangement, and it was generally held to be loveless. The couple had two children.

Elisabeth of Saxony (1552 - 1590) a daughter of the Elector August of Saxony (1526–1586) from his marriage to Anna (1532–1585), daughter of King Christian III of Denmark. She married in 1570 with Count Palatine John Casimir of Simmern (1543–1592). From her marriage with John Casimir, Elizabeth had 6 children.

Elisabeth of Simmern (1578–1580), daughter of Count Palatine John Casimir of Simmern (1543–1592) and Elisabeth of Saxony (1552 - 1590).

Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt (1857 –1933)  the third child of Friedrich I, Duke of Anhalt and Princess Antoinette of Saxe-Altenburg. Her nickname in the family was "Elly". In 1877 Elisabeth became the Hereditary Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz when she married the then Hereditary Grand Duke, Adolf Friedrich. Elisabeth and Adolf Friedrich had four children.

Princess Elisabeth of Lippe ( 1916 –2013) daughter of Duchess Marie of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1878-1948) and her 2nd husband Prince Julius Ernst of Lippe (1873–1952), third son of Count Ernst of Lippe-Biesterfeld. She married Prince Ernst-August of Solms-Braunfels.

Duchess Elisabeth Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1869 –1955) was a daughter of Frederick Francis II, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg by his third wife Princess Marie of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt. By her marriage to Frederick Augustus II in 1896, she became the consort of the last reigning Grand Duke of Oldenburg. They had five children

Princess Marie Elisabeth of Saxe-Meiningen (1853 –1923) was the only daughter of Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, by his first wife, Princess Charlotte of Prussia. She never married.

Elisabeth of Savoy (Maria Francesca Elisabetta Carlotta Giuseppina)( 1800 –1856) was the Vicereine of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia by marriage to Archduke Rainer of Austria. Daughter of  Charles Emmanuel, Prince of Carignano (1770–1800), and Maria Cristina of Saxony (1770–1851). In 1820 she was married to Archduke Rainer of Austria, Viceroy of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia. With Rainer she had eight children.

Princess Elisabeth of Luxembourg (Elisabeth Marie Wilhelmine)( 1901 –1950) was the daughter of Guilleaume IV, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and his wife, Infanta Marie Anne of Portugal. In 1922, she married Prince Ludwig Philipp of Thurn and Taxis,  fourth child and son of Albert, 8th Prince of Thurn and Taxis, and his wife, Archduchess Margarethe Klementine of Austria,  Elisabeth and Ludwig had two children.

Elisabeth Helene von Einsiede (1977) daughter of Princess Amelie von Urach (1949) and Curt-Hildebrand von Einsiedel. She married Count Amaury du Réau de La Gaignonnière in 2012 and they were divorced. She remarried lrich Kunhardt von Schmidt in  2014. Elisabeth has 1 son with her 2nd husband.

Princess Elisabeth von Urach (1952-2012) daughter of Princess Iniga Anna Margarete Wilhelmine Luise of Thurn and Taxis and Prince Eberhard von Urach.

Elizabeth of Luxembourg (1409 –1442) was queen consort of Germany, Hungary and Bohemia.The only child of Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund, King of Hungary and Bohemia, Elizabeth was expected to ascend his thrones along with her husband, Albert of Austria.

Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans (1676 –1744) was a petite-fille de France, and duchess of Lorraine and Bar by marriage to Leopold, Duke of Lorraine. She was the daughter of Philippe I, Duke of Orléans, Monsieur, and of his second wife Elizabeth Charlotte, Madame Palatine, the daughter of Charles I Louis, Elector Palatine. In 1698 she married Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, son of Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, and of the Archduchess Eleonora Maria Josefa of Austria. They had 15 children.

Elisabeth Therese of Lorraine (1711 –1741) was born a Princess of Lorraine, daughter of Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans (1676 –1744) and Leopold, Duke of Lorraine She was the last queen consort of Charles Emmanuel III of Sardinia. The couple had 3 children.
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Élisabeth Charlotte of Lorraine (Élisabeth Charlotte Gabrièle)( 1700 –1711) was a Princess of Lorraine. daughter of Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans (1676 –1744) and Leopold, Duke of Lorraine. She died of smallpox aged 10. She was the Titular Abbess of Remiremont.

Princess Maria Elisabeth of Bavaria (German: Prinzessin Maria Elisabeth Franziska Josepha Therese von Bayern)( 1914 –2011) was the eldest daughter of Prince Franz of Bavaria, third son of Ludwig III of Bavaria and Princess Isabella Antonie of Croÿ (1890–1982). In 1937 Princess Maria Elisabeth married Prince Pedro Henrique of Orléans-Braganza, head of one of the branches of the Imperial House of Brazil. The couple had 12 children.

Princess Maria Elizabeth Josefa Ângela Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans-Bragança e Godinho (1982), daughter of Prince Francisco Maria José Rasso Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga de Orléans-Bragança e Wittelsbach (1955) and  Cláudia Regina Lisboa Martins Godinho (1954) She married in 2011, Pablo Trinidade de Souza (1981), son of Evandro Romeo de Souza and Isis Maria Trinidade. They have two daughters.

Countess Elisabeth Dobrzensky of Dobrzenicz (Czech: hraběnka Alžběta Dobřenská z Dobřenic)( 1875 - 1951) was a Bohemian noblewoman whose marriage to the son of the former heiress to the throne of Brazil prompted renunciation of his claim to the abolished monarchy's throne. She was the daughter of Johann Wenzel (Jan Václav), Count Dobrzensky of Dobrzenicz and his wife, Countess Elisabeth Kottulinsky, Baroness of Kottulin and Krzizkowitz. In 1908 Elisabeth married Pedro de Alcântara, Prince of Grão-Pará. He had previously renounced his hereditary claim to the crown of Brazil because she was not of royal birth. They had five children.

Élisabeth of France (Élisabeth Philippe Marie Hélène de France)( 1764 –1794), known as Madame Élisabeth, was a French princess and the youngest sibling of King Louis XVI. The youngest child of Louis, Dauphin of France and Marie-Josèphe of Saxony. Several attempts were made to arrange a marriage for her. She never married. Elisabeth remained beside the king and his family during the French Revolution and was executed at Place de la Révolution in Paris during the Terror. She is regarded by the Roman Catholic Church as a martyr and is venerated as a Servant of God.

Élisabeth de Bourbon (1614 –1664) was a granddaughter of King Henry IV of France. Her father was César de Bourbon, Duke of Vendôme, legitimised son of King Henry IV of France and his official mistress Gabrielle d'Estrées. Her mother was Princess Françoise of Lorraine (1592–1669), daughter and heiress of Philippe Emmanuel, Duke of Mercœur, himself a rival of Henry IV. Her mother was the Duchess of Mercœur and Penthièvre in her own right and was the greatest heiress of her time. Styled as Mademoiselle de Vendôme prior to marriage, she was the second of three children  In 1643 at the Louvre, Mademoiselle de Vendôme married Charles Amadeus of Savoy, Duke of Nemours. The young prince was a member of a cadet branch of the house of Savoy which had settled in France. The young prince was a direct descendant of Philip II, Duke of Savoy as was Élisabeth. They had two daughters who would marry the heirs to the thrones of Savoy and Portugal, and three sons who died shortly after birth.

Louise Élisabeth de Bourbon (Louise Élisabeth)( 1693–1775) was a daughter of Louis III de Bourbon, Prince of Condé, and his wife, Louise Françoise de Bourbon, légitimée de France, a legitimised daughter of King Louis XIV of France and his famous mistress, Madame de Montespan. In 1713, Louise Élisabeth married her first cousin Louis Armand de Bourbon, Prince of Conti, at Versailles. Her husband, who was three years younger than his bride, had become the Prince of Conti in 1709 upon the early death of his father François Louis, Prince of Conti. His mother was the pious Marie Thérèse de Bourbon, eldest granddaughter of Le Grand Condé. Her marriage was part of a double wedding between the Condé and Conti branches of the House of Bourbon; Louise Élisabeth's older brother Louis Henri de Bourbon married Mademoiselle de Conti, Marie Anne de Bourbon-Conti.

Élisabeth Alexandrine de Bourbon (Élisabeth Thérèse Alexandrine)( 1705 –1765) was a French princess of the blood and a daughter of Monsieur le Duc. Her father was the grandson of the Grand Condé and her mother, Madame la Duchesse was the eldest surviving daughter of Louis XIV of France and his Maîtresse-en-titre, Madame de Montespan. Named in honour of her older sister Louise Élisabeth and her uncle Louis Alexandre de Bourbon (Count of Toulouse), she was known by her second name of Alexandrine. Like most of her sisters, she would never marry.

Elisabeth Farnese (Italian: Elisabetta Farnese, Spanish: Isabel de Farnesio)( 1692 –1766) a daughter of Odoardo Farnese and Dorothea Sophie of Neuburg. Her mother later married her uncle Francesco Farnese, Duke of Parma.was Queen of Spain by marriage to King Philip V in 1714. The marriage was arranged much because of the sexual need of Philip V, as his religious scruples prevented him from having a sexual life outside of marriage and he had insisted upon his conjugal rights almost until the last days of his previous consort’s life. She exerted great influence over Spain's foreign policy and was the de facto ruler of Spain from 1714 until 1746. From 1759 until 1760, she governed as regent. The couple had 6 children.

Princess Elisabeth of Bourbon Parma (1904), daughter of Elie Roberto Carlos Maria Pio Jose of Bourbon Parma (1880-1959) and Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria (1882-1940)

Duchess Elisabeth Christine of Mecklenburg (1947) daughter of Archduchess Ilona of Austria (German: Ilona Erzherzogin von Österreich)(1927 –2011) and Georg Alexander, Duke of Mecklenburg (German: Georg Alexander Herzog zu Mecklenburg)( 1921 –1996). Married Alhard, Baron von dem Bussche-Ippenburg (1947) in 1974/1975. Had two daughters and one son, Ricarda, Josina and Gabriel before divorcing in 1997.


Elizabeth Stewart, Princess of Scotland was a daughter of Robert II of Scotland and Euphemia de Ross. She was born between 1356 and 1370, well after her parents' marriage on 2 May 1355. She married David Lindsay on 22 February 1375. Her dowry was the barony of Strathnairn in Inverness-shire. In 1398, her father granted Lindsay the title of Earl of Crawford. They had seven, possibly eight, children:

Elizabeth of Rhuddlan (1282 –1316) was the eighth and youngest daughter of King Edward I and Queen Eleanor of Castile.
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« Reply #524 on: May 12, 2020, 05:42:25 PM »

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