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« Reply #555 on: May 27, 2020, 06:01:47 PM »

Nicholas, Nickolas, Nikolas, Nikolaus or Nicolas is a male given name, derived from the Greek name Νικόλαος (Nikolaos), a compound of νίκη nikē 'victory' and λαός; laos 'people'. The name became popular through Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra in Lycia, the inspiration for Santa Claus.

Nicholas I (Russian: Николай I Павлович, tr. Nikolay I Pavlovich)(6 July [O.S. 25 June] 1796 – 2 March [O.S. 18 February] 1855) reigned as Emperor of Russia from 1825 until 1855. He was also the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Finland. Nicholas was born at Gatchina Palace in Gatchina to Grand Duke Paul, and Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna of Russia (née Sophie Dorothea of Württemberg). Five months after his birth, his grandmother, Catherine the Great, died and his parents became emperor and empress of Russia. He was a younger brother of Emperor Alexander I of Russia, who succeeded to the throne in 1801, and of Grand Duke Constantine Pavlovich of Russia. In  1817, Nicholas married Princess Charlotte of Prussia (1798–1860), who thereafter went by the name Alexandra Feodorovna when she converted to Orthodoxy. With two older brothers, it initially seemed unlikely Nicholas would ever become tsar. However, as Alexander and Constantine both failed to produce sons, Nicholas remained likely to rule one day. In 1825, when Alexander I died suddenly of typhus, Nicholas was caught between swearing allegiance to Constantine and accepting the throne for himself. The interregnum lasted until Constantine, who was in Warsaw at that time, confirmed his refusal. Nicholas I had seven legitimate children with his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna.


Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (Russian: Великий князь Николай Николаевич; 8 August 1831 – 25 April 1891) was the third son and sixth child of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia and Alexandra Feodorovna. He may also be referred to as Nicholas Nikolaevich the Elder to tell him apart from his son. Nicholas Nicolaievich unwillingly married his second cousin Grand Duchess Alexandra Petrovna, formerly Princess Alexandra of Oldenburg (1838–1900). Alexandra was plain and unsophisticated and the couple soon found out that they had little in common. They had two children. The marriage was in trouble from the start and four years later, Nicholas developed a permanent relationship with Catherine Chislova, a dancer from the Krasnoye Selo Theater. Their affair was quite open and they had five children

Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (Russian: Николай Николаевич Романов (младший – the younger))( 18 November 1856 – 5 January 1929) was a Russian general in World War I (1914–1918). A grandson of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia, he was commander in chief of the Russian Imperial Army units on the main front in the first year of the war, during the reign of his nephew, Nicholas II. He proved incompetent in strategy, tactics, logistics and coordination with the government. A very tall man (1.98m / 6' 6"), Nicholas, named after his paternal grandfather, the emperor, was born as the eldest son to Grand Duke Nicholas Nicolaevich of Russia (1831–1891) and Alexandra Petrovna of Oldenburg (1838–1900) In 1907, Nicholas married Princess Anastasia of Montenegro (1869–1935), the daughter of King Nicholas I, and sister of Princess Milica, who had married Nicholas's brother, Grand Duke Peter. They had no children. She had previously been married to George Maximilianovich, 6th Duke of Leuchtenberg, by whom she had two children, until their divorce in 1906.

Nicholas Alexandrovich (Russian: Николай Александрович)(20 September [O.S. 8 September] 1843 – 24 April [O.S. 12 April] 1865) was tsesarevich—the heir apparent—of Imperial Russia from 2 March 1855 until his death in 1865. Born at the Alexander Palace in St. Petersburg and nicknamed "Nixa", he was the eldest son of the Tsesarevich Alexander Nikolaevich, eldest son of Emperor Nicholas I, and the Tsarevna Maria Alexandrovna of Russia. In the summer of 1864, Nicholas became engaged to Princess Dagmar of Denmark. She was the second daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Kassel and was a younger sister of the Princess of Wales, later Queen Alexandra and wife of the heir-apparent to the British throne, Albert Edward, who reigned as Edward VII. In 1865 his health quickly detoriated. It is believed that on his deathbed, Nicholas expressed the wish that his fiancée become the bride of his younger brother and future tsesarevich, Alexander, and in 1866, the couple was married.

Nicholas II or Nikolai II Alexandrovich Romanov (18 May [O.S. 6 May] 1868 – 17 July 1918), known in the Russian Orthodox Church as Saint Nicholas the Passion-Bearer,[e] was the last Emperor of All Russia, ruling from 1 November 1894 until his forced abdication on 15 March 1917. Nicholas was born in the Alexander Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire, the eldest child of Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia (née Princess Dagmar of Denmark). He had five younger siblings. On 1 March 1881, following the assassination of his grandfather, Tsar Alexander II, Nicholas became heir apparent upon his father's ascension as Alexander III. Nicholas and his other family members bore witness to Alexander II's death Though Nicholas was heir-apparent to the throne, his father failed to prepare him for his future role as Tsar Alexander's assumptions that he would live a long life and had years to prepare Nicholas for becoming Tsar proved wrong, as by 1894, Alexander's health was failing. In 1894 Nicholas married  Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt (who took the name  Alexandra Feodorovna). The couple had 5 children; 4 daughters followed by a son. Unfortunately their only son and heir suffered from heamophilia. In 1918 Nicholas and his wife & children were executed.


Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Πρίγκιπας Νικόλαος της Ελλάδας και της Δανίας) (22 January 1872 – 8 February 1938), of the Glücksburg branch of the House of Oldenburg, was the fourth child and third son of King George I of Greece, and of Queen Olga (née Grand Duchess of Russia). He was known as "Greek Nicky" in the family to distinguish him from his paternal first cousin Emperor Nicholas II of Russia. He married Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia (1882–1957), daughter of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia and Marie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, the only sister of the future Russian imperial pretender, Grand Duke Cyril Vladimirovich, and his second cousin through his mother Olga Constantinovna of Russia and her father Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia in 1902. They had three daughters.


Prince Nikola of Yugoslavia (29 June 1928 – 12 April 1954), also known in Britain as Prince Nicholas and in Serbia as Nikola Karađorđević (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Карађорђевић), was the younger son of Prince Paul of Yugoslavia by his wife Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark. A maternal grandson of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark Born in London, he died in a road accident in the UK.

Nicholas Augustus Roxburgh Balfour (b. 6 June 1970), son of Princess Elisabeth of Yugoslavia and her second husband Neil Balfour (born 1944). In maternal line a great grandson of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark He married Jonkvrouw Stéphanie de Brouwer (b. 1971) in 2000. They have four daughters.


Archduke Nikolaus Heinrich of Austria (6 December 2005), son of Archduke Maximilian Heinrich Ferdinand of Austria (9 February 1961); he married Maya al-Askari. In paternal line a great grandson of Count Carl Theodor of Törring-Jettenbach (22 September 1900 - 14 May 1967)  & Princess Elisabeth of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Πριγκίπισσα Ελισάβετ της Ελλάδας και Δανίας )(24 May 1904 – 11 January 1955)


Lord Nicholas Charles Edward Jonathan Windsor (born 25 July 1970) is a member of the British royal family, the youngest child of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, and Katharine, Duchess of Kent, and a great-grandson of King George V. In paternal line a great grandson of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark   He is a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II. In 2006 he married  Paola Doimi de Lupis Frankopan Šubić Zrinski. The couple has 3 sons.


Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark (Greek: ΝικόλαοςWink(born 1 October 1969) 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. In 2010 he married Tatiana Ellinka Blatnik, no issue.


Jobst Nikolaus I, Count of Hohenzollern (1433 – 1488), was a German nobleman from the Swabian branch of the House of Hohenzollern. He was the ruling Count of Hohenzollern from shortly after his birth until his death. His father was Eitel Friedrich I (c. 1384 – 1439) In 1448, Jobst Nikolaus married Countess Agnes of Werdenberg-Heiligenberg (1434–1467), a sister of Bishop Johann II of Augsburg. They had issue.

Nikolaus I, Prince Esterházy (1714 – 1790), was a Hungarian prince, a member of the famous Esterházy family. His building of palaces, extravagant clothing, and taste for opera and other grand musical productions led to his being given the title "the Magnificent". He is remembered as the principal employer of the composer Joseph Haydn. He was the son of Prince Joseph (József Simon Antal, 1688–1721), and the younger brother of Prince Paul Anton (Pál Antal, 1711–1762).

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Nikolaus II, Prince Esterházy (1765 – 1833), was a wealthy Hungarian prince. He served the Austrian Empire and was a member of the famous Esterházy family. He is especially remembered for his art collection and for his role as the last patron of Joseph Haydn.Nikolaus was born in Vienna on 12 December 1765, the son of Prince Anton Esterházy and his first wife, Maria Theresia, Countess Erdödy de Monyorokerek et Monoszlo (1745–1782). His father was a son of Nikolaus I. In 1783, the younger Nikolaus, aged 17, married the 15-year-old Maria Josepha, Princess von und zu Liechtenstein (1768–1845). According to Mraz (2009b), the marriage was not a happy one They had 3 children

Nikolaus (1799–1844), youngest son of Nikolaus II and Maria Josepha, Princess von und zu Liechtenstein.

Nikolaus III, Prince Esterházy (1817 - 1894), was the ninth prince of the Hungarian House of Esterházy.  Paul III Anton, Prince Esterházy, was Ambassador for the Austrian Emperor. Nikolaus married Lady Sarah Frederica Caroline Child Villiers (1822–1853), a daughter of George Child Villiers, 5th Earl of Jersey, and his wife the former Lady Sarah Sophia Fane. Lady Jersey was a close friend of his mother Princess Maria Theresia of Thurn and Taxis, who served with her for many years as a patroness of Almack's, the centre of London's social scene. They had three sons, Paul IV, Prince Esterházy (born 1843), Aloys (1844), and Anton (1851). His wife died in 1853.

Nikolaus VI Graf Pálffy von Erdőd (1657 – 1732), Hungarian nobleman known as Miklós Pálffy

Baron Johann Nikolaus von Bodman (23 February 1903 – 25 October 1988) was a German nobleman, ornithologist and bird conservationist who helped establish the Radolfzell bird observatory at his castle in Möggingen. It was incorporated into the Max Planck Society in 1949 and added to the Max Planck Institute for Behavioural Physiology in 1959.

Baron, later Count Nikolaus Esterházy de Galántha (English: Nicholas Esterházy of Galántha) ( 8 April 1583 –  11 September 1645) was the founder of the West-Hungarian noble House of Esterházy which became one of the grandest and most influential aristocratic families of the Kingdom of Hungary. His parents were Ferenc Esterházy de Galántha  and Zsófia Illésházy de Illésháza. He married in 1612 Baroness Orsolya Dersffy de Szerdahely (1583–1619)`and they had issue. After his first wife's death, he married in 1624 Baroness Krisztina Nyáry de Bedegh (1604–1641) and had issue.

Nikolaus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg (German: Nikolaus Friedrich Wilhelm von Holstein-Gottorp, Erbgroßherzog von Oldenburg; 10 August 1897 – 3 April 1970) was the eldest son of Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg, who was the last ruling Grand Duke of Oldenburg. In 1931, Nikolaus succeeded to his father's titles and assumed the role of pretender to the Grand Duchy, until his death in 1970. Nikolaus was born at Oldenburg, Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, the third child and first son of Frederick Augustus II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg (1852–1931) (son of Peter II, Grand Duke of Oldenburg and Princess Elisabeth of Saxe-Altenburg) and his wife, Duchess Elisabeth Alexandrine of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1869–1955) (daughter of Frederick Francis II, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Princess Marie of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt). Nikolaus married in 1921 in Arolsen to Princess Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont (1899–1948), only daughter of Friedrich, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont and his wife, Princess Bathildis of Schaumburg-Lippe. and they had issue. His wife died in 1948, he married secondly on 20 September 1950 in Güldenstein to Anne-Marie von Schutzbar gennant Milchling (1903–1991), daughter of Rudolf von Schutzbar gen. Milchling and Rose Marston. They had no children.

Prince Nikolaus Ferdinand Maria Josef Raphael of Liechtenstein (born 24 October 1947) is the non-resident Ambassador of Liechtenstein to the Holy See and a younger brother of the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein, Hans-Adam II. He is the third son of Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein and of his wife, Countess Georgina of Wilczek. Nikolaus married in 1982, at Notre Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg, Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg, youngest daughter of Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg. They had four children.

Prince Nikolaus Sebastian Alexander Maria of Liechtenstein, Count Rietberg (6 December 2000), youngest son and child of Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein (11 June 1968) and his wife Duchess Sophie of Bavaria (28 october 1967).

Count Nikolaus of Erbach-Fürstenau (6 August 1984) son of Princess Isabelle Maria Helene Carolina Alfreda Josefa Monika Pia Georgine Hemma Henriette Ignatia of Liechtenstein (b. 17 May 1954) and Raimund, Graf zu Erbach-Fürstenau (1951).

Prince Nikolaus of Thurn and Taxis (later Nikolaus, Baron of Hochstadt) (German: Nikolaus Prinz von Thurn und Taxis; Nikolaus, Freiherr von Hochstadt) (21 January 1885 – 8 June 1919) was a member of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis and a Prince of Thurn and Taxis. Nikolaus was a Lieutenant in the German Imperial Navy (German: Kaiserliche Marine). Nikolaus was born in Athens, Kingdom of Greece, the eldest child and son of Prince Franz of Thurn and Taxis and his wife Countess Theresia Grimaud of Orsay. Nikolaus renounced his princely rights and title of "Prince of Thurn and Taxis" and was subsequently created "Baron of Hochstadt" by Otto of Bavaria on 19 May 1913. His renunciation of his succession rights and title followed his engagement to the Munich actress Carola Reichenberger, the daughter of a foreman of a printing shop. The couple married in 1913. Following the wedding, Nikolaus and his wife relocated to Texas in the United States.


Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau (20 September 1832 – 17 September 1905), was the only son of William, Duke of Nassau by his second wife Princess Pauline of Württemberg. He married morganatically in London on 1 July 1868 with Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina (Saint Petersburg, 4 June 1836 – Cannes, 23 March 1913). She was the youngest child of Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin and his wife, Natalia Nikolayevna Goncharova. She was divorced from Russian General Mikhail Leontievich von Dubelt, by whom she had a daughter. In 1868, George Victor, Prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont created her Countess von Merenberg. They had three children.

Prince Nikolaus Karl of Waldeck Pyrmont (born 1970), son of Prince Volkwin (born 1940)

Frederick Nicholas of Prussia  (3 May 1946), son of Prince Frederick of Prussia (German: Prinz Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Christoph von Preußen; 19 December 1911 – 20 April 1966), also known as Mr. Friedrich von Preussen in the United Kingdom (4th son of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Germany and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.) and his wife Lady Brigid Katharine Rachel Guinness (30 July 1920 – 8 March 1995) Nicholas is married to Hon. Victoria Lucinda Mancroft (daughter of Stormont Mancroft, 2nd Baron Mancroft), they have four children

Nicholas Harold Phillips (23 August 1947 – 1 March 1991) son of Georgina, Lady Kennard (née Wernher; 17 October 1919 – 28 April 2011) and Lt.-Col. Harold Phillips (1919–1980). In maternal line a grandson of Countess Anastasia Mikhailovna de Torby, CBE (9 September 1892 – 7 December 1977), otherwise styled Lady Zia Wernher, was the elder daughter of Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia, a grandson of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, by Countess Sophie of Merenberg. & British Major-General Sir Harold Wernher, 3rd Bt (1893–1973)

Lord Nicholas Edward Hamilton (born 5 July 1979); son of Alexandra Anastasia Hamilton, Duchess of Abercorn, OBE (née Phillips; 27 February 1946 – 10 December 2018) and James Hamilton, 5th Duke of Abercorn, KG (born 4 July 1934). In maternal line a  great grandson of  of Countess Anastasia Mikhailovna de Torby. He married Tatiana Kronberg in 2009. They have one daughter.

Count Georg Nikolaus von Merenberg (13 February 1871 – 31 May 1948); son of Prince Nikolaus Wilhelm of Nassau (20 September 1832 – 17 September 1905) and  Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina. He  married firstly in  1895, Princess Olga Alexandrovna Yurievskaya (8 November 1873 – 10 August 1925), daughter of Alexander II of Russia and his morganatic second wife, Princess Ekaterina Mikhailovna Dolgorukova, and had issue; married, secondly, in 1930 in Wiesbaden, Adelheid Moran-Brambeer (18 October 1875 – 12 May 1942), no issue.

Nicolai von Rintelen (b. München, 17 November 2006) son of Georg Nikolaus von Rintelen (29 June 1970) and Olivia Minninger (27 August 1969) a grandson of Countess Elisabeth Clothilde von Merenberg ( 14 May 1941) and Enno von Rintelen (1921) In maternal line a great grandson of Count Georg Nikolaus von Merenberg (13 February 1871 – 31 May 1948).

Prince Nikolai of Denmark (Nikolai William Alexander Frederik)( 28 August 1999), is a member of the Danish royal family. He is the elder son of Prince Joachim and his first wife, Alexandra, Countess of Frederiksborg. He is currently seventh in the line of succession to the Danish throne. At the time of his birth, he was third, after his uncle and father.

Prince Nicolas of Sweden, Duke of Ångermanland (Nicolas Paul Gustaf Bernadotte)( 15 June 2015) is the second child and only son of Princess Madeleine and Christopher O'Neill. He is ninth in the line of succession to the Swedish throne. At the time of his birth, he was sixth in line.

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Prince Claus of the Netherlands, Jonkheer van Amsberg (German: Klaus-Georg Wilhelm Otto Friedrich Gerd von Amsberg)(6 September 1926 – 6 October 2002), was the husband of Queen Beatrix, and the Prince Consort of the Netherlands from Beatrix's ascension in 1980 until his death from Parkinson's disease and heart and respiratory ailments in 2002. Claus was born as Klaus-Georg Wilhelm Otto Friedrich Gerd von Amsberg, on his family's estate, Castle Dötzingen, near Hitzacker, Germany, on 6 September 1926. His parents were Claus Felix von Amsberg (untitled German nobility) and Baroness Gösta von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen. In 1966 he married the then Crown princess Beatrix of the Netherlands. The later Queen Beatrix (1980-2013). The couple had 3 children, among others King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

Claus-Casimir Bernhard Marius Max count of Oranje-Nassau, jonkheer van Amsberg (21 maart 2004), The second child and only son of Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands (3rd son of Prince Claus & Queen Beatrix) and Laurentien (née Petra) Brinkhorst. Upon the abdication of Queen Beatrix on 30 April 2013, the children of Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien ceased to be members of the Royal House, although they continue to be members of the royal family and remain in the line of succession

Prince Nicolas of Belgium (Nicolas Casimir Marie)( 13 December 2005) is the second child of Prince Laurent and Princess Claire of Belgium. He is currently 15th after his sister in the line of succession to the Belgian throne. Prince Nicolas was born prematurely on 13 December 2005. He has an older sister, Princess Louise (born 2004), and a younger twin brother, Prince Aymeric.

Nicolas-Alexandre, marquis de Ségur (1695–1755) was a Bordeaux wine maker who during his lifetime was known as the "Prince of Vines" due to his ownership of some of the most famous Bordeaux chateaus-including Château Lafite, Château Latour, Château Mouton and Château Calon-Ségur. A hundred years after his death, the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855 would designate Lafite and Latour as First Growths, Mouton as a second growth and Calon-Ségur as a third growth. Nicolas-Alexandre was the son of Alexandre de le Meon de Ségur de Francs et Portugaises and Marie-Thérèse de Clausel and paternal grandson of Jean-Isaac, marquis de Ségur (d. 1707), military commander and a descendant of François de Ségur, seigneur de Sainte-Aulaye (d. 1605).

Prince Nicholas of Romania (Romanian: Principele Nicolae al României)( 5 August 1903 – 9 June 1978), later known as Prince Nicholas of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, was the fourth child and second son of King Ferdinand I of Romania and his wife Queen Marie. In 1927 after the death of his father, Nicholas was appointed as one of the three regents for his minor nephew King Michael I. His position as regent ended in 1930 with the return of his older brother Prince Carol to Romania to take over as King of Romania. In later 1930 he was stripped of his titles and privileges and exiled from the Royal Court, due to King Carol II's disapproval of his marriage. In 1942 after the removal of King Carol II from the throne and King Michael's second reign, Nicholas had also been stripped of his Romanian honours and therefore started using the title of Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen of the house to which he belonged. Nicholas was married twice. His first marriage took place in 1931, the bride being Ioana (Joanna) Dumitrescu-Doletti (24 September 1910 – 19 February 1963). Dumitrescu-Doletti's first husband had been Radu Săveanu, whom she married in 1924. Nicholas' second marriage took place in 1967 His second wife was a Brazilian, Maria Thereza Lisboa Figueira de Mello (10 June 1913 – 30 March 1997), the daughter of Col. Jerónimo de Ávila Figueira de Melo and his wife Cândida Ribeiro Lisboa, and the sister of Francisco Lisboa Figueira de Melo, former ambassador of Portugal to Germany Figueira de Mello's first husband was Andrés Boulton Pietri (1910-1998), whom she married in Caracas in 1936, a union that produced four children: Roger (1937), Maria Thereza (1939), Andres (1943) and William (1945).

Nicholas de Roumanie Medforth-Mills (1 April 1985 ), son princess Elena of Romania (1950) and her 1st husband Robin Medforth-Mills. As a grandson of Michael I, the former king of Romania, he was third in line to the defunct throne of Romania according to a new family statute enacted in 2007, that also conferred the title of a "prince of Romania" on him which was abrogated in 2015.  The abrogated move "stunned Romanians" and "sparked speculation that a jealous relative had sought to edge Nicholas out of the succession. Marlene Eilers Koenig speculated that the exclusion of Nicholas from the royal succession was due to the birth of an illegitimate daughter, born from a short relationship with Nicoleta Cîrjan. The child, born 9 February 2016 and named Iris Anna, was not recognized by the former prince. Nicholas released a press statement on 18 November 2017 from London about the child. Point 2 of the Press release stated, "I returned to Romania in November 2015 to resolve the situation with my alleged child. Due to the constant lack of co-operation from the mother of my alleged child, this situation has remained unclear. So far, there is no medical evidence to support the mother's accusations. Therefore, any accusations that are related to this subject are unfounded On 27 May 2019, Nicholas confirmed via a Facebook post that paternity tests had confirmed the illegitimate child is his, and that he had assumed legal responsibility for the child. Nicholas married Alina Maria Binder in 2017.

Nikola I Petrović-Njegoš (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола I Петровић-Његош)( 7 October [O.S. 25 September] 1841 – 1 March 1921) was the ruler of Montenegro from 1860 to 1918, reigning as prince from 1860 to 1910 and as the country's first and only king from 1910 to 1918. His father, Mirko Petrović-Njegoš, a celebrated Montenegrin warrior, was elder brother to Danilo I of Montenegro, who left no male offspring. While still in Paris, Nikola succeeded his assassinated uncle Danilo I as prince (13 August 1860). In 1860 he married Milena, daughter of a vojvoda named Petar Vukotić. In 1900 Nikola took the style of Royal Highness. Nikola and his wife had 11 children. Five of his daughters were married, each to princes and kings, giving Nikola the nickname "the father-in-law of Europe", a sobriquet he shared with the contemporary King of Denmark.

Prince Nikola of Yugoslavia (born 15 March 1958), also known as Nikola Karađorđević (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Карађорђевић), is a member of the House of Karadordevic. Currently fifth in the line of succession to the defunct Yugoslavian throne, he is also in the line of succession to the British throne as a great-grandson of Princess Marie of Edinburgh, herself a granddaughter of Victoria of the United Kingdom. Prince Nikola was born in London to Prince Tomislav of Yugoslavia, the second son of Alexander I, the first king of Yugoslavia, and his first wife, Princess Margarita of Baden. He married Ljiljana Licanin (12 December 1957) in 1992. Their only child is Princess Marija of Yugoslavia (1993).

Nicholas Romanovich Romanov, Prince of Russia (Russian: Николай Романович Романов)( 26 September 1922 – 15 September 2014) was a claimant to the headship of the House of Romanov and president of the Romanov Family Association. Although undoubtedly a descendant of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia, his claimed titles and official membership in the former Imperial House were disputed by those who maintained that his parents' marriage violated the laws of Imperial Russia. He was the eldest son of Prince Roman Petrovich of Russia (1896-1978) and his wife Princess Praskovia Dmitrievna (née Countess Sheremeteva). His father Prince Roman Petrovich was the only son of Grand Duke Peter Nicolaievich and Grand Duchess Militsa Nikolaievna (née Princess of Montenegro). In 1951/1952, Prince Nicholas married  Countess Sveva della Gherardesca (born 1930), a member of the Italian della Gherardesca noble family from Tuscany and a direct descendant of Count Ugolino della Gherardesca, The couple had 3 daughters.

Prince Nicholas of Leiningen (25 October 1991), son of Prince Karl Boris Frank Markwart of Leiningen (17 April 1960)and his 1st wife Millena Manov (22 August 1962–20 November 2015). Prince Boris is the elder son of Prince Karl of Leiningen and of his wife, Princess Marie Louise of Bulgaria. As a third great-grandson of Queen Victoria, he is in the line of succession to the throne of United Kingdom and those of the other Commonwealth realms.

Crown Prince Nicholas of Montenegro (Montenegrin: Никола Петровић-Његош / Nikola Petrović-Njegoš)( 7 July 1944) is the Head of the House of Petrović-Njegoš, which reigned over Montenegro from 1696 to 1766 and again from 1782 to 1918. In 2011 Montenegro recognised an official role for the Royal House of Petrović-Njegoš in Montenegro: to promote Montenegrin identity, culture and traditions through cultural, humanitarian and other non-political activities. Prince Nikola II was born in an internment camp in Occupied Czechoslovakia on July 7, 1944. He is the only son and heir of the late Prince Michael of Montenegro, Grand-Duke of Grahovo and Zeta, who lived in exile until his death in 1986, and Geneviève Prigent (1919–1991), a French citizen. His parents married on 27 January 1941 and divorced in Paris, France, on 11 August 1949, exactly 5 weeks after his 5th birthday. Genevieve received custody of young Nikola and raised him largely as a single mother. Growing up in France, Prince Nikola barely saw his father, knew very little about Montenegro and was raised and educated as a Frenchman. In 1976 he married Francine Navarro (27 January 1952 – 6 August 2008). The couple had a daughter and son.

Nikolai Martynov (30 September 2009) son of Princess Altinaï Petrović-Njegoš (born 27 October 1977) (only daughter of Crown Prince Nicholas of Montenegro) and her husband Russian violinist Anton Martynov

Duke Nikolaus of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (18 August 1855 – 23 January 1856) died at four months old. Son of Frederick Francis II (28 February 1823 – 15 April 1883) and his 1st wife Princess Augusta Reuss of Köstritz ( 26 May 1822 – 3 March 1862).


Nicholas, Count of Salm ( 1459 –May 4, 1530) was a German soldier and an Imperial senior military commander (German: Feldherr). His greatest achievement was the defense of Vienna during the first siege by the Turks in 1529. In 1502, he married Elisabeth von Rogendorff, with several children


Nicholas II, count of Salm-Neuburg son of Nicholas, Count of Salm ( 1459 –May 4, 1530) and Elisabeth von Rogendorff.

Nicholas Power Richard Le Poer Trench (1952), the current 9th count van Clancarty, 8th  Marquess of Heusden .
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Salm-Reifferscheidt-Raitz was a noble family of German descent established in Central Moravia (now part of the Czech Republic). It came into existence after a partition of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Bedburg line in 1734, and was elevated to princely dignity in 1790.

Prince Niklas, Count of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Ungnad-Weißenwolff 1969-1970 (1904-1970), son of Prince August of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Raitz (1866-1942).

Prince Niklas, Count of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Ungnad-Weißenwolff 1970-2009 (1942-2009), son of Prince Niklas, Count of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Ungnad-Weißenwolff 1969-1970 (1904-1970)

Prince Niklas (born 1972), son of Prince Niklas, Count of Salm-Reifferscheidt-Ungnad-Weißenwolff 1970-2009 (1942-2009)

Prince Christoph Niklas (born 2003), son of Prince Niklas (born 1972).


Obolensky (Russian: Оболенский) is the name of a princely Russian family of the Rurik Dynasty. The family of aristocrats mostly fled Russia in 1917 during the Russian Revolution. After the Russian revolution, part of the Obolensky family was forced into exile and their descendants carry "Obolensky" as a regular surname.


Nicholas Alexandrovich Obolensky (1900–1979), married in 1937 Véra Makarov, a heroine of the French Resistance during World War II.

Nikolai Mikailovich Obolensky (1956)

Nikolai Obolensky (11 Mar 1734-12 May 1801); married in  1754 Pss Natalia Aleksandrovna Kurakin (7 Apr 1737- 17 Nov 1797)

Nikolai Obolensky (1726-3 Dec 1791); married in  1781 Matriona Semjonovna Mussin-Pushkin (1757-3 Jun 1823)

Anna Obolensky (?) daughter of Nikolai Obolensky and Matriona Mussin Pushkin. Married Nikolai Aleksandrovich Lopukhin.

Warwara Obolensky (Moscow 26 Jul 1817-24 Jan 1868) married Prince Nikolai Wadbolsky.

Nikolai Obolensky (b.18 Dec 1820, d.after 1881)

Nikolai Obolensky (1792-17 Nov 1857)

Nikolai (27 Jun 1800, d.after 1860); married 1st Maria Svetchine (d.12 Dec 1834); married 2nd Natalia Panova

 Nikolai (9 Nov 1833- 25 Aug 1898), son of Nikolai and Maria Svetchine He married Maria Khrapowitzky (23 Sep 1839- 8 Apr 1911)

Nikolai (d.young), son of Nikolai (9 Nov 1833- 25 Aug 1898) and Maria Khrapowitzky

Maria Obolensky (20 Nov 1868- 29 Aug 1943); married in 1893 Ct Nikolai Grabbe (10 Mar 1863- 27 Sep 1913)

Nikolai (d.in USSR), son of Andrei Obolensky (24 March 1892- executed 27 October 1937) and Nadeshda Chwoschtschinsky.

Natalia Obolensky (26 Jun 1848- Nov 1920); married Nikolai Ivanovich Samoilov

Anna Obolensky (10 Sep 1850-    ); married Nikolai Alexandrovich Gorodetzky

Nikolai (2 Dec 1882-11 Jun 1962); m.NN

Irina Obolensky (1916-1988); married Peiko Nikolai Ivanovich (12 Mar 1916-1 Jul 1995)

Nikolai (1916-executed 31 Dec 1937)

Nikolai [Alexei?] (12 Apr 1834- 1 Aug 1894); married Vera Gutkova (15 May 1840- 1935)

Nikolai (2 Jun 1861-Nice 8 Nov 1933); married in 1886 Css Olga Toulouse-Lautrec (8 Apr 1862- 6 Nov 1933)

 Nikolai (Moscow 28 Feb 1812-13 Feb 1865); married in 1837 Anna Schubinskya (d.9 Aug 1891)

Nikolai (28 Jan 1838- 31 Dec 1899); married Olga Svistunova (1850-22 Mar 1910)

Nikolai (5 Jul 1878- 11 Mar 1960); married in  1904 Natalia Stepanovna Sollohub (5 Jun 1881- 5 Jan 1963)

Nikolai (7 Oct 1905- 10 Sep 1993); married in  1933 Elisabeth Demidov (30 May 1909- 26 Feb 1979)
 

Sophie Obolensky ( 1 Jul 1821- 14 Oct 1906); married .Nikolai Ivanovich Boguslavsky (1813-13 Aug 1854)

Ekaterina Obolensky (9 Jan 1796-23 Apr 1849); married in 1816 Nikolai Apollonovich Volkov (18 Apr 1795-29 Mar 1858)

 Nikolai (27 Jul 1878- 1918)

Olga Obolensky (10 Dec 1884- 26 Nov 1961); married in  1905 Nikolai Mikhailovich Proutchenko (2 Nov 1869- 26 Oct 1929)

Nikolai ( 7 Jul 1927-22 Mar 2009); married in 1955 Nina Ilyichna Sarafanova (22 Dec 1926)
 

 Nikolai (1 Feb 1822-27 Mar 1867); married [Baroness?] Alexandra von Bode (24 Feb 1828-    )

 Nikolai (1775- 30 Dec 1820); married in 1804 Agrafena Melgunova (d.13 Apr 1859)

Anna Obolensky (28 Jan 1846-    ); married Nikolai Ivanovich Kessel

Nikolai (6 Dec 1835-1889)

Ekaterina Obolensky (11 Sep 1848-    ); married .Nikolai Pavlovich Ralgin (13 May 1848- 1905)

Agrafena Obolensky; married 2 Sep 1874 Nikolai Adreievich Miklachevsky (17 Jun 1838-ca 1915)

Nikolai (27 Apr 1821-    )
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Zoë Obolensky (11 Apr 1858- 21 Oct 1897); married in 1877 Nikolai Wladimirovich Rodzianko (21 Oct 1851-1918)

Olga Obolensky (30 Aug 1891- 5 May 1984); married 1st in 1912 (div 1924) Pr Peter Obolensky (1889-1969); married 2nd  in 1929 Nikolai Nikolaevich Zvegintzov (28 Apr 1894-k.in prison camp at Vorkuta, Siberia 1941)

Alexandra Obolensky (27 Dec 1909- 26 Nov 1997); married.1st in 1930 (div 1933) Pr Nikolai Troubetskoy (21 Aug 1903-l 9 Nov 1961); married 2nd in  1933 (div 1947) Artemi Wachramejev (1904-30 November 1971); married 3rd in  1953 Anatol Sazonow ( 4 Dec 1896- 19 Nov 1991)

Elisabeth Obolensky (5 Aug 1853-USSR 1926); married in 1886 Nikolai Ivanovich Novossiltzev (9 Aug 1849- 3 Nov 1916)

Nikolai (24 Apr 1896- 6 Jun 1978); married in 1919 Pss Sophia Ouroussov (16 Jul 1895- 21 Mar 1974)

Anna Obolensky (25 Aug 1898- 14 Jan 1973); married 1st in 1921 Nikolai von Gersdorff (6 Jan 1882-10 Dec 1953); married 2nd in 1965 Anatol Renning (18 Nov 1905-Sweden ____)

Nikolai (24 Nov 1860- 23 Dec 1912)

Ekaterina Obolensky (29 Mar 1812-10 Nov 1842); married Pr Nikolai Schakhovskoy (20 Aug 1802-19 Mar 1847)

Nikolai (17 Feb 1892-Buchenwald concentration camp 24 Apr 1940); married in 1914 Helene Ivanovna Schtscheglovitova, by adoption Pss Obolensky (26 Sep 1893- 20 Nov 1965)

Nikolai (6 Apr 1823- 1 May 1914); married in 1851 Anna Schönig (1827-30 May 1900)

 Nikolai (b.1856, d.young)

Nikolai (1728-after 1796); m.Pss Maria Belosselskya

Nikolai (1790-1847); m.Pss Natalia Dmitrievna Wolkonskaya (d.2 Oct 1843)

Elisabeth Obolensky (19 Feb 1871-drowned Mourzikha 11 May 1894); married in 1894 Nikolai Alexandrovich Kazem-Bek (drowned at Mourzikha 11 May 1894)

Nikolai (28 Nov 1872- 12 Feb 1934); married 1st in 1897 Css Maria Lvovna Tolstoy (18 Feb 1871- 27 Nov 1906); married 2nd in  1909 Natalia Mikhailovna Soukhotine (16 Jan 1882- 11 Nov 1925).

Maria Obolensky (28 Apr 1874- 23 Sep 1949); married in 1893 Nikolai Alexeivich Maklakov (7 Sep 1871-k.by Bolsheviks at St.Petersburg 19 Oct 1918)

Alexandra Obolensky (20 Sep 1882-1922); m.1st Pr Nikolai Nikolaevich Meschtschersky; m.2d Pr N Eristov

Nikolai (5 Mar 1815-12 Apr 1857)

Nikolai (17 Nov 1880- 3 Sep 1948); married1st (div 1916) Maria Wassilievna Menzelintzeva (17 Apr 1884- 1 Apr 1970); married 2nd in  1918 Olga Alexandrovna Kouzmine-Karavaiev (28 Feb 1893- 1 Feb 1986)

 Nikolai (18 Jul 1907- 25 Sep 1947)

Nikolai (19 Aug 1841, d.after 1860)

Vera Obolensky (1815-5 Feb 1854); married Nikolai Matweievich Dashkov (1797-    )

Anna Obolensky  married Nikolai Lopukhin
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Juliana (variants Julianna, Giuliana, Iuliana, Julijana, Yuliana, etc) is a feminine given name which is the feminine version of the Roman name Julianus.  It is a portmentau of the names Julia and Anna. Juliana or Giuliana was the name of a number of early saints, notably Saint Julian the Hospitaller, which ensured the name's continued popularity in the medieval period.


Juliana Holszanska (1375–1448), third wife of Vytautas the Great, Grand Duke of Lithuania

Juliana, Countess of Stolberg-Wernigerode (15 February 1506 in Stolberg, Saxony-Anhalt – 18 June 1580) was the mother of Willem the Silent, the leader of the successful Dutch Revolt against the Spanish in the 16th century. Juliana was born in Stolberg as the daughter of Bodo VIII, Count of Stolberg-Wernigerode and Anna of Eppstein-Königstein. In 1523 Juliana married Philip II of Hanau-Münzenberg (d. 1529). From this marriage five children were born. In 1531 Juliana married William, Count of Nassau. From this marriage twelve children were born.


Juliana (30 March 1529-8 July 1595), daughter of Juliana, Countess of Stolberg-Wernigerode and Philip II of Hanau-Münzenberg. She married Thomas, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-Kyrburg (1529–1549)

Juliane (1545-1606), daughter of Katharina of Hanau (26 March 1525 – 20 August 1581) and Count Johann IV of Wied-Runkel and Isenburg (d. 15 June 1581). A maternal granddaughter of  Juliana, Countess of Stolberg-Wernigerode She married Reichard, Count Palatine of Simmern-Sponheim


Juliana (21 November 1571 – 4 February 1592), daughter of Reichard, Count Palatine of Simmern-Sponheim (25 July 1521 – 13 January 1598) and Juliane of Wied (c. 1545 - 30 April 1575)


Louise Juliana of Orange-Nassau (31 March 1576  – 15 March 1644 )  She was the eldest daughter of Willem of Nassau, Prince of Orange and his third spouse Charlotte de Bourbon-Montpensier. In 1593, Louise Juliana married Frederick IV, Elector Palatine of the Rhine. She had issue


Luise Juliane of the Palatinate (16 July 1594 -  28 April 1640); daughter of Louise Juliana of Orange-Nassau and  Frederick IV, Elector Palatine of the Rhine. She married in 1612 to Pfalzgraf John II, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken.

Juliana of Hesse-Darmstadt (1606–1659), wife of Count Ulrich II of East Frisia

Juliana of Hesse-Eschwege (1652–1693), German noble

Juliana Annesley, Countess of Anglesey (died 1777)

Juliana Maria of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern (Danish: Juliane Marie; 4 September 1729 – 10 October 1796) was queen of Denmark and Norway between 1752 and 1766, second consort of king Frederick V of Denmark and Norway, mother of the prince-regent Hereditary Prince Frederick of Denmark and Norway and herself de facto regent 1772–1784. King Christian VIII of Denmark descends from her.

Princess Juliana Marie (2 May 1784 – 28 October 1784), died in infancy. Daughter of Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Denmark (Danish: Frederik; 11 October 1753 – 7 December 1805) and  Duchess Sophia Frederica of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1758–1794).

Juliane Sophie (18 February 1788 – 9 May 1850) was a Princess of Denmark, the daughter of Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Denmark and  Duchess Sophia Frederica of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1758–1794). In  1812, at Frederiksberg Palace, Juliane Sophie married Landgrave Wilhelm of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld, (Barchfeld, 10 August 1786 – Copenhagen, 30 November 1834). Wilhelm was the son of Adolph, Landgrave of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld and Princess Louise of Saxe-Meiningen. Wilhelm lived in Denmark from a young age and had a successful military career, and was a popular and respected man in the Danish capital. The marriage was happy and was founded on genuine feelings from both parties. The couple however didn't have any children, apparently because Juliane was afraid of dying in childbirth. Wilhelm instead had a mistress with whom he had five daughters.

Juliana de Lannoy (1738–1782), Dutch artist and poet

Juliana (Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina)(30 April 1909 – 20 March 2004) was Queen of the Netherlands from 1948 until her abdication in 1980. Juliana was the only child of Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. In 1937 she married  Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. They had 4 daughters: Beatrix (1938); Irene (1939); Margriet (1943) and Christina (1947-2019)


Juliana Edenia Antonia Guillermo (8 oktober 1981), only daughter and youngest child of Princess Christina of the Netherlands (1947-2019) and her (ex-)husband Jorge Guillermo (1946).

Countess Juliane of Nassau-Dillenburg (3 September 1587 – 15 February 1643), was the fifth child and second daughter of John VII, Count of Nassau-Siegen (1561–1623), who became Count John I of Nassau-Siegen when his father's inheritance was divided in 1606, and his wife Countess Magdalena of Waldeck (1558–1599). In1603, she married Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel as his second wife. They had fourteen children.

Juliane ( 7 October 1608 – 11 December 1628), daughter of Juliane of Nassau-Dillenburg (1587–1643) and Maurice, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel.

Juliana of Hesse-Eschwege (14 May 1652 – 20 June 1693) was a German noblewoman. In her teens she was brought up at the Swedish royal court as the future queen of King Charles XI of Sweden, her cousin. However, on two separate occasions before the wedding Juliana became pregnant, and the engagement was eventually broken off. In 1679 or 1680, Juliana married a Dutchman and lived the rest of her life in the Netherlands, while Charles married Ulrike Eleonora of Denmark in 1680. Juliana was born in Eschwege to Frederick, Landgrave of Hesse-Eschwege (son of Maurice of Hesse-Kassel and his second wife, Juliane of Nassau-Dillenburg), and Eleonora Catherine, a Swedish princess.

Juliana (baptised 4 May 1684 – 24 November 1726), daughter of Juliana of Hesse-Eschwege and her husband Johan Jakob Marchand She married in 1707 Ulrich Friedrich von Weltzien, Herr von Blexersande

Juliane (1626-1652), daughter of Agnes of Hesse-Kassel (14 May 1606 – 28 May 1650) and Prince John Casimir of Anhalt-Dessau (1596-1660)

Princess Juliane Henriette Ulrike of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (23 September 1781 – 12 August 1860), also known as Grand Duchess Anna Feodorovna of Russia (Russian: Анна Фёдоровна), was a German princess of the ducal house of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (after 1826, the house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) who became the wife of Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of Russia. She was the third daughter of Franz Frederick Anton, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and Countess Augusta Caroline Reuss of Ebersdorf. King Leopold I of the Belgians was her younger brother, while Queen Victoria of United Kingdom was her niece and King Ferdinand II of Portugal was her nephew. In 1796, the 14-year-old German princess took the name of Anna Fyodorovna in a Russian Orthodox baptismal ceremony and 20 days later, on 26 February, she and Konstantin were married. n the meanwhile, the young grand duchess began to grow up and became more and more attractive to the Russian court, who nicknamed her the "Rising Star". This made Konstantin extremely jealous, even of his own brother Alexander. He forbade Anna to leave her room, and when she had the opportunity to come out, Konstantin took her away. Countess Golovina recalled: The married life of Anna Fyodorovna was hard and impossible to maintain [...] in her modesty, she needed the friendship of Elizabeth Alexeievna (Louise of Baden, wife of her brother-in-law Alexander), who was able to smooth things out between the frequent quarrelling spouses...". During the difficult years in the Russian court, Anna became close to Grand Duchess Elizabeth, of similar age. In 1799 Anna left Russia for medical treatment and didn't want to return. She went to her family in Coburg; however, they didn't support her, as they feared for the reputation of the Ducal family and their finances. Anna left Coburg to have a water cure; but at the same time, the St Petersburg's court made their own plans. Under the pressure of the Imperial family and her own relatives, the Grand Duchess was forced to return to Russia. The assassination of Emperor Paul I on 23 March 1801 gave Anna an opportunity to carry out her plan to escape. By August of that year, her mother was informed that the grand duchess was seriously ill. Once informed about her daughter's health, Duchess Augusta came to visit her. In order to have a better treatment she took Anna to Coburg, with the consent of both the new Emperor Alexander I and Grand Duke Konstantin. Once she arrived to her homeland, Anna refused to come back. She never returned to Russia. By 1803 the divorce was still refused, because Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna feared that her son Konstantin could contract a second morganatic marriage, and the official separation would damage the reputation of the grand duchess. In 1808, Anna gave birth to an illegitimate son, named Eduard Edgar Schmidt-Löwe. The father of this child may have been Jules Gabriel Émile de Seigneux, a minor French nobleman and officer in the Prussian army. Eduard was ennobled by his mother's younger brother, Ernst I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and assumed the surname von Löwenfels by decree on 18 February 1818. Later, Anna moved to Bern, Switzerland, and gave birth to a second illegitimate child in 1812, a daughter, named Louise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert. The father was Rodolphe Abraham de Schiferli, a Swiss surgeon, professor and chamberlain of Anna's household from 1812 to 1837. In order to cover another scandal in Anna's life, the baby was adopted by Jean François Joseph d'Aubert, a French refugee.  Two years later, in 1814, during the invasion of France by Russian troops, Emperor Alexander I expressed his desire of a reconciliation between his brother and Anna. Grand Duke Konstantin, accompanied by Anna's brother Leopold, tried to convince her to return with him, but the grand duchess categorically refused. Finally, on 20 March 1820, after 19 years of separation, her marriage was officially annulled by a manifesto of Emperor Alexander I of Russia. Grand Duke Konstantin remarried two months later morganatically with his mistress Joanna Grudzińska and died on 27 June 1831. Anna survived her former husband by 29 years.In 1835, her son Eduard married his cousin Bertha von Schauenstein, an illegitimate daughter of the Duke Ernest I
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Princess Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen (Feodora Viktoria Auguste Marie Marianne)(12 May 1879 – 26 August 1945) was born at Potsdam, the only child of Bernhard III, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, and his wife, Princess Charlotte of Prussia (the eldest daughter of Frederick III, German Emperor, and Victoria, Princess Royal). Feodora was the first great-grandchild of Queen Victoria. In 1897, Feodora became engaged to Prince Heinrich XXX Reuss of Köstritz (1864-1939), with the betrothal announced in early October. Heinrich's father died in early 1898, forcing a temporary postponement of the marriage. Rumours that the marriage had been cancelled proved to be untrue, and they married in 1898. Feodora suffered most of her adult life from ill health, describing it as "the old story" of her life. Like her mother and maternal grandmother, Feodora's illnesses included dizziness, insomnia, nausea, various pains, paralysis, constipation, and diarrhoea. She underwent several operations to treat her illnesses and alleviate her infertility, each without success. In the 1990s, the historian John Röhl and his colleagues Martin Warren and David Hunt found Feodora's grave in Poland, exhuming the body for DNA analysis in the belief that it would reveal signs of the genetic disease porphyria however, it was proved inconclusive.


Lady Feodora Georgina Maud Gleichen (20 December 1861  – 22 February 1922 ) was a British sculptor of figures and portrait busts and designer of decorative objects. Born Countess Feodora Georgina Maud von Gleichen, she was the eldest daughter of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (a British naval officer and sculptor, and half-nephew of Queen Victoria) and his morganatic wife, Laura Seymour, a daughter of Admiral Sir George Seymour. She was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria's elder half sister: Princess Feodora of Leiningen. During World War I she abandoned her German titles, accepting demotion by the King to the style and rank of a marquess's daughter


Princess Feodora of Denmark (Feodora Louise Caroline-Mathilde Viktoria Alexandra Frederikke Johanne) (3 July 1910 – 17 March 1975) was a Danish princess as a daughter of Prince Harald of Denmark and granddaughter of Frederick VIII of Denmark. She was the first child and daughter of Prince Harald of Denmark, son of King Frederick VIII of Denmark and Princess Louise of Sweden Feodora married her first cousin, Prince Christian of Schaumburg-Lippe in 1937. Feodora and Christian had four children.


Princess Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Feodora Victoria Adelheid)( 7 July 1839 – 10 February 1872) was a daughter of Ernst I, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Princess Feodora of Leiningen. By her marriage to Georg of Saxe-Meiningen in 1858 as his 2nd wife, she would become Duchess of Saxe-Meiningen upon his accession to the ducal throne in 1866.  They had three sons


Princess Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen (Feodora Karola Charlotte Marie Adelheid Auguste Mathilde) 29 May 1890 – 12 March 1972) was the eldest child of Prince Friedrich Johann of Saxe-Meiningen, a younger son of Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen, and Countess Adelaide of Lippe-Biesterfeld, a daughter of Ernst, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld She was in paternal line a granddaughter of Princess Feodora of Hohenlohe-Langenburg In 1910 Feodora was married to widowed Wilhelm Ernst, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. She was his second wife (his first wife Princess Caroline Reuss, Elder Line died childless after eighteenth months of marriage in 1905). Feodora's marriage was unhappy; the Weimar court was generally considered to be one of the most stifling and etiquette-driven in Germany.Feodora and her husband had four children.


Princess Feodora of Saxe-Meiningen (27 April 1932), daughter of Bernhard, Prince of Saxe-Meiningen (German: Bernhard, Prinz von Sachsen-Meiningen; 30 June 1901 – 4 October 1984) and his morgenatic wife Margot Grössler (1911–1998). Feodora married Burkhard Kippenberg on 6 April 1967. They have one son.


Princess Feodora of Leiningen (Anna Feodora Auguste Charlotte Wilhelmine)( 7 December 1807 – 23 September 1872) was the only daughter of Emich Carl, Prince of Leiningen (1763–1814), and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1786–1861). Feodora and her older brother Carl, 3rd Prince of Leiningen, were maternal half-siblings to Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. She is a matrilineal ancestress of Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and of Felipe VI of Spain. In early 1828, Feodora married Ernst I, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1794–1860). Feodora and Ernest had six children (three sons and three daughters).

Countess Feodora of Rosenborg (born in 1975) daughter of  Count Christian of Rosenborg, the grandson of King Christian X of Denmark and his morganatic wife Countess Anne Dorte of Rosenborg (née Anne Dorte Maltoft-Nielsen)(3 October 1947 – 2 January 2014)



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Emich or Emicho is a masculine given name of Germanic origin

Count Emicho (not to be confused with Bishop Emicho of Leiningen) was a count in the Rhineland in the late 11th century. He is also commonly referred to as Emicho of Leiningen or Emich of Flonheim. In 1096 he was the leader of the Rhineland massacres (sometimes referred to as the "German Crusade of 1096") which were a series of mass murders of Jews that took place during the People's Crusade.

Emicho I, Count of Nassau-Hadamar (also known as Emich, first mentioned in 1289, died on 7 June 1334), was the second son of Count Otto I of Nassau and his wife Agnes (d. 1303), the daughter of Count Emich IV of Leiningen-Landeck. Emicho was the founder of the elder line of Nassau-Hadamar. He was a cousin of King Adolf of Germany. Before 1297, Emich married Anna (d. c. 1357), the daughter of Burgrave Frederick III of Nuremberg and his second wife Helen, the daughter of Duke Albert I of Saxony. They had at least eight children

Emicho II (d. 1359), from 1328 to 1336 canon in Mainz, from 1337 to 1359 co-ruler of Nassau-Hadamar. Son of Emicho I and Anna of Nuremberg.


Emich Carl, Prince of Leiningen (27 September 1763 – 4 July 1814) was a German nobleman. He is an ancestor of various European royals, including Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, Felipe VI of Spain, and Constantine II of Greece. After his death, his widow, Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, married a son of George III of the United Kingdom and became the mother of Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom. The fourth child and only son of Carl Friedrich Wilhelm, Count of Leiningen-Dagsburg-Hartenburg by his wife Countess Christiane Wilhelmine Luise of Solms-Rödelheim and Assenheim (1736–1803). Emich Carl was married firstly, on 4 July 1787, to Henriette, youngest daughter of Heinrich XXIV, Count of Reuss-Ebersdorf, by his wife, Countess Karoline Ernestine of Erbach-Schönberg. Henriette died on 3 September 1801. By this marriage, Emich Carl had issue one son, who died young and within the lifetime of his mother. In 1803, two years after the death of his first wife, Emich married Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, fourth daughter of Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld by his wife, Countess Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf. His second wife was a niece of his late wife. She bore him two further children.


Emich, 5th Prince of Leiningen (German: Emich Eduard Carl Fürst zu Leiningen)(18 January 1866 – 18 July 1939) was the son of Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen. He was 5th Prince of Leiningen from 1904 to 1918, and afterwards titular Prince of Leiningen from 1918 until his death. The second child and only son of Ernst Leopold, 4th Prince of Leiningen (1830–1904), (son of Carl, 3rd Prince of Leiningen and Countess Maria Klebelsberg) and his wife, Princess Marie Amelie of Baden (1834–1899), (daughter of Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden and Princess Sophie of Sweden).  In 1894 he marreid to Princess Feodore of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1866–1932), youngest child of Hermann, Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and his wife, Princess Leopoldine of Baden. They had five children.


Emich Ernst, Hereditary Prince of Leiningen (29 December 1896 - 21 March 1918) he died at the age of twenty-one during World War I. Son of Emich, 5th Prince of Leiningen and Princess Feodore of Hohenlohe-Langenburg


Emich Kyrill, Prince of Leiningen (German: Emich Kirill Ferdinand Hermann Fürst zu Leiningen)(18 October 1926 – 30 October 1991) was the son of Karl, Prince of Leiningen. He was the 7th Prince of Leiningen from 1946 until his death. Emich was born at Coburg, Weimar Republic, the first child of Karl, Prince of Leiningen (1898–1946), (son of Emich, 5th Prince of Leiningen and Princess Feodore of Hohenlohe-Langenburg) and his wife, Grand Duchess Maria Kirillovna of Russia (1907–1951), (daughter of Cyril Vladimirovich, Grand Duke of Russia and Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha). Emich married in 1950 to Duchess Eilika of Oldenburg (2 February 1928 – 26 January 2016), fourth child and second daughter of Nikolaus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Oldenburg and his wife, Princess Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont.


Prince Karl Emich of Leiningen (German: Karl Emich Nikolaus Friedrich Hermann Prinz zu Leiningen; Russian: Карл Эмих Николаус Фридрих Герман цу Лейнинген)( born 12 June 1952), also known by his Orthodox Russian name Nikolai Kirillovich Romanov (Никола́й Кири́ллович Рома́нов) and his pretended regnal name Emperor Nicholas III, is the eldest son of Emich, 7th Prince of Leiningen and his wife, Duchess Eilika of Oldenburg, and is an elder brother of Andreas, 8th Prince of Leiningen He is a claimant to the defunct throne of the Russian Empire, held until 1917 by the Imperial House of Romanov, as a grandson of Grand Duchess Maria Kirillovna (1907–1951), eldest child of Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich, who claimed the Russian crown from exile in 1924. He is a great-great-grandson of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and grand nephew of Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich of Russia. In 2013, the Monarchist Party of Russia declared him the primary heir to the Russian throne upon his conversion from Lutheranism to Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and in 2014 announced the formation of the Imperial Throne, wherein Karl Emich had agreed to assume imperial dignity as Emperor Nicholas III He also claimed the throne of Leiningen in the past.He married Princess Margarita of Hohenlohe-Öhringen in 1984. He had one daughter by this marriage, Princess Cécilia of Leiningen (born 10 June 1988). Princess Margarita died in 1989 in a car accident. In 1991, Prince Karl Emich married Gabriele Renate Thyssen. After an inheritance dispute, he desisted claim to the family's legacy in favour of his younger brother Andreas, 8th Prince of Leiningen. The couple had one daughter, Princess Theresa Anna Elisabeth of Leiningen (born 16 April 1992)In 1998, Karl Emich and Gabriele were divorced. He married Countess Isabelle von und zu Egloffstein in 2007/2008. On 12 April 2010, they had a son, Prince Emich of Leiningen.


 Prince Emich of Leiningen (2010) son of Countess Isabelle von und zu Egloffstein and Prince Karl Emich of Leiningen.


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« Reply #563 on: June 02, 2020, 03:59:24 PM »

Alfred is a masculine given name of English origin, a modern descendant of the Anglo-Saxon name Ælfræd, formed from the Germanic words ælf, meaning elf, and ræd, meaning counsel. Its feminine form is Alfreda and diminutives of Alfred include Al, Alf, Alfie, Fred, and Freddy. Today, Alfred is still in regular usage in a number of different regions, especially Great Britain, Africa, Scandinavia, and North America.

Alfred the Great, 9th-century King of Wessex. (Old English: Ælfrēd, Ælfrǣd, 'Elf-counsel' or 'Wise-elf'; between 847 and 849 – 26 October 899) was King of Wessex from 871 to c.  886 and King of the Anglo-Saxons from c.  886 to 899. He was the youngest son of King Æthelwulf of Wessex. His father died when he was young and three of Alfred's brothers, Æthelbald, Æthelberht and Æthelred, reigned in turn before him. After ascending the throne, Alfred spent several years fighting Viking invasions. In 868, Alfred married Ealhswith, daughter of a Mercian nobleman, Æthelred Mucel, Ealdorman of the Gaini. The Gaini were probably one of the tribal groups of the Mercians. Ealhswith's mother, Eadburh, was a member of the Mercian royal family. They had five or six children together.

Alfred Aetheling ,also Ælfred Æþeling (English: Alfred the Noble) (c. 1005–1036), was one of the eight sons of the English king Æthelred the Unready. He and his brother Edward the Confessor were sons of Æthelred's second wife Emma of Normandy. King Canute became their stepfather when he married Æthelred's widow. Alfred and his brother were caught up in the power struggles at the start and end of Canute's reign.


Alfred (Alfred Ernest Albert)(6 August 1844 – 30 July 1900) reigned as Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha from 1893 to 1900. He was the second son and fourth child of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. He was known as the Duke of Edinburgh from 1866 until he succeeded his paternal uncle Ernest II as the reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in the German Empire. In 1874, the Duke of Edinburgh married the Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia, the second (and only surviving) daughter of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse and by Rhine, daughter of Ludwig II, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine and Wilhelmine of Baden. They had 6 children: 2 sons, of which one died in infancy and unnamed, and 4 daughters.


Alfred, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha ((Alfred Alexander William Ernest Albert)(15 October 1874 – 6 February 1899) a grandson of Queen Victoria and the only surviving son of Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.  He died aged 24 under circumstances still not entirely clear. On 28 January 1895, the Court Circular published the following: “We are informed that a marriage has been arranged between his Royal Highness Prince Alfred of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, only son of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and grandson of Her Majesty, and Her Royal Highness the Duchess Elsa Matilda Marie, elder twin daughter of the late Duke William Eugene of Württemberg by his marriage with the Grand Duchess Vera of Russia.” The marriage never occurred. On 23 January 1899 Maria Alexandrovna and her husband celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at Schloss Friedestein, the Duke's official residence in Gotha. Absent from the festivities was their only son, who was gravely ill. The exact circumstances of Alfred's death are not known, and varying accounts have been published. His sister Marie's memoirs simply say his health "broke down", and other writers have said that he had "consumption". The Times published an account stating he had died of a tumor, while the Complete Peerage gives the generally accepted account that he "shot himself".Various authors have speculated on reasons why he might have killed himself. One author, Frank Bush, claimed to have been a descendant of a secret marriage between Alfred and Mabel Fitzgerald, granddaughter of the 4th Duke of Leinster, and claimed that friction between Alfred and his family over the "secret marriage" was the cause of the suicide.


Prince Alfred Christian of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (16 April 1911 – 18 April 1911) son of Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Alexandra Louise Olga Victoria; 1 September 1878 – 16 April 1942) and Ernst II,  Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (13 September 1863 – 11 December 1950). In maternal line a grandson of Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.


Prince Wilhelm Alfred Ferdinand of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg (24 September 1919 – 17 June 1926) son of Princess Marie Melita of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Marie Melita Leopoldine Viktoria Feodora Alexandra Sophie)(18 January 1899 – 8 November 1967) and Friedrich, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, from 1934 Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (23 August 1891 – 10 February 1965).


Prince Alfred (22 September 1780 – 20 August 1782) was a member of the British Royal Family as the fourteenth child and ninth and youngest son of King George III and his queen consort, Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Alfred became ill after his inoculation against the smallpox virus; his early death at the age of nearly two, along with the demise of his brother Prince Octavius six months later, was a shock to their parents.



General Alfred Candidus Ferdinand, Prince of Windisch-Grätz (German: Alfred Candidus Ferdinand Fürst zu Windisch-Grätz)(11 May 1787 – 21 March 1862), a member of the Bohemian noble Windisch-Graetz family, was a Field Marshal in the Austrian army. He is most noted for his service during the Napoleonic Wars and for his role in suppressing the Revolutions of 1848 in the Austrian Empire. The son of Count Joseph Nicholas of Windisch-Graetz (1744–1802) and his second wife, Duchess Maria Leopoldine Franziska of Arenberg. In 1817 he married Princess Eleonore of Schwarzenberg. After returning to Prague, his wife was killed by a stray bullet during the popular uprising (1848). No issue.
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« Reply #564 on: June 02, 2020, 05:17:36 PM »

Arthur is a very common English masculine given name. Its etymology is disputed, but its popularity derives from it being the name of the legendary hero King Arthur.

Art and Artie are diminutive forms of the name. A common spelling variant used in many Slavic, Romance, and Germanic languages is Artur.


Arthur I (Breton: Arzhur Iañ; French: Arthur Ier de Bretagne) (29 March 1187 – probably 1203) was 4th Earl of Richmond and Duke of Brittany between 1196 and 1203. He was the posthumous son of Geoffrey II, Duke of Brittany and Constance, Duchess of Brittany. His father, Geoffrey, was the son of Henry II, King of England. In 1190 Arthur was designated heir to the throne of England and its French territory by his uncle, Richard I, the intent being that Arthur would succeed Richard in preference to Richard's younger brother John. Nothing is recorded of Arthur after his incarceration in Rouen Castle in 1203, and while his precise fate is unknown, it is generally believed he was killed by John.

Arthur, Prince of Wales (1486–1502), elder son of Henry VII of England His mother, Elizabeth of York, was the daughter of Edward IV, and his birth cemented the union between the House of Tudor and the House of York. Plans for Arthur's marriage began before his third birthday; he was installed as Prince of Wales two years later. At the age of eleven, he was formally betrothed to Catherine of Aragon, a daughter of the powerful Catholic Monarchs in Spain, in an effort to forge an Anglo-Spanish alliance against France. Arthur was well educated and, contrary to some modern belief, was in good health for the majority of his life. Soon after his marriage to Catherine in 1501, the couple took up residence at Ludlow Castle in Shropshire, where Arthur died six months later of an unknown ailment. Catherine later firmly stated that the marriage had not been consummated. One year after Arthur's death, Henry VII renewed his efforts of sealing a marital alliance with Spain by arranging for Catherine to marry Arthur's younger brother Henry, Prince of Wales. Arthur's untimely death paved the way for Henry to ascend to the throne in 1509 as King Henry VIII. Whether Arthur and Catherine consummated their six-month marriage was much later (and in a completely different political context) exploited by Henry VIII and his court. This strategy was employed in order to cast doubt upon the validity of Catherine's union with Henry VIII eventually leading to the separation between the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church.


Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (Arthur William Patrick Albert)( 1 May 1850 – 16 January 1942), was the seventh child and third son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. He served as the Governor General of Canada, the tenth since Canadian Confederation and the only British prince to do so. In 1910 he was appointed Grand Prior of the Order of St John and held this position until 1939.  It was reported that he became the Queen's favourite child. In 1874, Arthur was created a royal peer, being titled as the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn and Earl of Sussex. Some years later, Arthur came into the direct line of succession to the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in Germany, upon the death in 1899 of his nephew, Prince Alfred of Edinburgh, the only son of his elder brother, Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh. He decided, however, to renounce his own and his son's succession rights to the duchy, which then passed to his other nephew, Prince Charles Edward, the posthumous son of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. 1879, Arthur married Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia, the daughter of Prince Frederick Charles and a great-niece of the German Emperor, Arthur's godfather, Wilhelm I. The couple had three children: Princess Margaret Victoria Charlotte Augusta Norah (born 15 January 1882), Prince Arthur Frederick Patrick Albert (born 13 January 1883), and Princess Victoria Patricia Helena Elizabeth (born 17 March 1886)


Prince Arthur of Connaught (1883-1938), His father was Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, third son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. His mother was the former Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia. In 1913, Prince Arthur married his cousin Princess Alexandra, 2nd Duchess of Fife (17 May 1891 – 26 February 1959). They had one child, a son, Alastair. Their son became in 1942 the second Duke of Connaught and Strathearn and Earl of Sussex when he inherited his grandfather's title. Alistair died at the young age of 28 in 1943.

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« Reply #565 on: June 02, 2020, 05:34:41 PM »

Leopold is the modern form of the Germanic name Luitbald, composed of two stems, common to Germanic names. The first part is related to Old High German liut meaning "people", the second part is of Germanic origin and means "brave", compare bold.  Over a dozen Austrian rulers took the name, as did nearly a dozen from other European realms.


Leopold (11 September 1679 – 27 March 1729), surnamed the Good, was Duke of Lorraine and Bar from 1690 to his death. He is the ancestor of all rulers of the Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty, including all Emperors of Austria. He was a son of Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, and his wife Eleonora Maria Josefa of Austria, a half-sister of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor. In 1698 he married Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans (13 September 1676 – 23 December 1744) . Leopold had 15 children

Léopold (26 Aug 1699 - 2 April 1700) son of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine.

Leopold I, Margrave of Austria (d. 994), first Margrave of Austria

Leopold I, Duke of Austria (1290–1326), co-Duke of Austria and Styria with Frederick I

Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor (1640–1705), Holy Roman Emperor, King of Germany, Hungary and Bohemia

Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1676–1747), Prince of Anhalt-Dessau

Leopold I, Prince of Lippe (1767–1802), ruler of the Principality of Lippe

Leopold I, Grand Duke of Baden (1790–1852)

Leopold I of Belgium (1790–1865), first King of the Belgians

Leopold II, Margrave of Austria (1050–1095)

Leopold II, Duke of Austria (1328–1344)

Leopold II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1700–1751)

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor (1747–1792)

Leopold II, Prince of Lippe (1796–1851)

Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1797–1870)

Leopold II, King of the Belgians (1835–1909)

Prince Leopold of Belgium, Duke of Brabant, Count of Hainaut (12 June 1859 – 22 January 1869), was the second child and only son of King Leopold II of Belgium and his wife, Marie Henriette of Austria, and heir apparent to the Belgian throne.

Leopold III, Margrave of Austria (1073–1136), sixth Margrave of Austria

Leopold III, Duke of Austria (1351–1386), co-Archduke of Austria and co-Duke of Styria

Leopold III, Duke of Anhalt-Dessau (1740–1817), first Duke of Anhalt-Dessau

Leopold III, Prince of Lippe (1821–1875)

Leopold III of Belgium (1901–1983), fourth King of the Belgians

Leopold Emmanuel Jean Marie (Brussels, May 20, 1984 - May 20, 1984) was the eldest child of Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein and Princess Margarete of Luxembourg. However, Prince Leopold of Liechtenstein died the same day.

Léopold, son of Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria and her husband Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum

Leopold Maximilian Joseph Maria Arnulf, Prinz von Bayern (9 February 1846 – 28 September 1930) was born in Munich, the son of Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821–1912) and his wife Archduchess Augusta of Austria (1825–1864). He married Archduchess Gisela of Bavaria and the couple had 4 children.


Prince Leopold (Poldi) of Bavaria (born 21 June 1943) is a member of the Bavarian royal house of Wittelsbach He is the eldest son of Prince Konstantin of Bavaria and his first wife Princess Maria Adelgunde of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen. In 1977 Prince Leopold married Ursula (Uschi) Möhlenkamp, the daughter of Wilhelm (Willi) Möhlenkamp and Ingeborg Brauckmann.  The couple have four children.


Prince Leopold Maria Bengt Karl Manuel of Bavaria (b. 2007) eldest son of Prince Manuel Maria Alexander Leopold Jörg of Bavaria (b. out of wedlock in 1972) and his wife Princess Anna of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg (b. 1978).


Leopold I, Prince of Lippe (1767–1802)

Leopold II, Prince of Lippe (1796–1851)

Leopold III, Prince of Lippe (1821–1875)

Leopold IV, Prince of Lippe (1871–1949)

Leopold, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen, (1694–1728)

Leopold, Prince of Hohenzollern (1835–1905)

Leopold, Prince of Salerno (1790–1851)

Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (1853–1884)

Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1824–1884)

Prince Leopold, Count of Siracusa (1813–1860)

Lord Leopold Mountbatten (1889–1922), known as Prince Leopold of Battenberg from his birth until 1917

Leopoldo Daniel Moncada (born 21 May 2001), son of Princess Marie-Esméralda of Belgium, Lady Moncada (Marie-Esméralda Adelaide Lilian Anne Léopoldine)(born 30 September 1956)  and her husband Sir Salvador Moncada (born 3 December 1944) a Honduran-British pharmacologist and professor.


Leopold I (full name: Leopold Ignaz Joseph Balthasar Felician; Hungarian: I. Lipót)(9 June 1640- 5 May 1705) was Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary, Croatia, and Bohemia. The second son of Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, by his first wife, Maria Anna of Spain, Leopold became heir apparent in 1654 by the death of his elder brother Ferdinand IV. Elected in 1658, Leopold ruled the Holy Roman Empire until his death in 1705, becoming the longest-ruling Habsburg emperor (at 46 years and 9 months).


Leopold II (Peter Leopold Joseph Anton Joachim Pius Gotthard)(5 May 1747 – 1 March 1792) was Holy Roman Emperor, King of Hungary and Bohemia, and Archduke of Austria from 1790 to 1792, and Grand Duke of Tuscany from 1765 to 1790.


Leopold IV, Duke of Bavaria (d. 1141)

Leopold, Duke of Austria

Leopold V, Duke of Austria (d. 1194)

Leopold VI, Duke of Austria (d. 1230)

Leopold I, Duke of Austria of Habsburg (d. 1326)

Leopold III, Duke of Austria (d. 1386)

Leopold IV, Duke of Austria (d. 1411)

Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria (d. 1662)

Leopold V, Archduke of Austria (d. 1632)

Leopold I, Grand Duke of Tuscany (=Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor)

Leopold, Duke of Lorraine (d. 1729)

Leopold, Duke of Lorraine (d. 1817)

Leopold, Grand Duke of Baden (d. 1852)

Leopold, Duke of Lorraine (d. 1869)

Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany (d. 1870)

Leopold IV, Duke of Anhalt (d. 1871)


Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (d. 1884)




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« Reply #566 on: June 03, 2020, 09:23:35 AM »

Principessa, Do you know why Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II was given the first name of Peter?
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« Reply #567 on: June 03, 2020, 10:36:49 AM »

Principessa, Do you know why Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II was given the first name of Peter?

No, not by head, I should look that one up? Do you know?
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« Reply #568 on: June 04, 2020, 09:39:47 AM »

Principessa, Do you know why Holy Roman Emperor Leopold II was given the first name of Peter?

No, not by head, I should look that one up? Do you know?
   
No, I do not know. Did Empress Maria Theresa and Holy Roman Emperor Francis I have a royal relative named Peter?
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« Reply #569 on: June 04, 2020, 11:37:10 AM »

Haven't found a familymember with the name Peter yet.  But he could also be named after Saint Peter.

In the meantime I have found another Peter, some generations later, in the Austrian Habsburg line: Archduke Peter Ferdinand of Austria, Prince of Hungary and Bohemia, Prince of Tuscany[1] (Peter Ferdinand Salvator Karl Ludwig Maria Joseph Leopold Anton Rupert Pius Pancraz)(12 May 1874– 1948,)
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