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« Reply #750 on: June 10, 2021, 01:24:45 PM »

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Wilhelm Nicolaus Herzog von Württemberg (* 20. Juli 1828-6. November 1896 ) war ein österreichischer und württembergischer General. Duke Wilhelm was the son of Duke Eugen von Württemberg (1788-1857) and his second wife Helene, born Princess zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1807-1880).Wilhelm was unmarried and of a slight stature. The consequences of the war wounds and a car accident in Italy impaired his health. He died during a vacation in Merano.

Wilhelm Eugen (IV.) August Georg von Württemberg (born August 20, 1846 - January 27, 1877) was a Württemberg staff officer. Wilhelm Eugen was the son of Duke Eugen Erdmann of Württemberg (1820–1875) and his wife Mathilde, née Princess zu Schaumburg-Lippe (1818–1891). On May 8, 1874, he married the Grand Duchess Vera Konstantinowna of Russia (1854–1912), a niece and adopted daughter of Queen Olga who grew up at the court in Stuttgart. They had three children together: Karl Eugen, who died as an infant, and the twins Elsa and Olga.

Wilhelm Eugen (IV.) August Georg von Württemberg (born August 20, 1846 - January 27, 1877) was a Württemberg staff officer. Wilhelm Eugen was the son of Duke Eugen Erdmann of Württemberg (1820–1875) and his wife Mathilde, née Princess zu Schaumburg-Lippe (1818–1891). On May 8, 1874, he married the Grand Duchess Vera Konstantinowna of Russia (1854–1912), a niece and adopted daughter of Queen Olga who grew up at the court in Stuttgart. They had three children together: Karl Eugen, who died as an infant, and the twins Elsa and Olga.


Duke Wilhelm Friedrich Philipp von Württemberg (born December 27, 1761 - August 10, 1830) was a Prince of Württemberg and Minister of War. Prince Wilhelm was the fourth son of Duke Friedrich II. Eugen von Württemberg and his wife Friederike Dorothea Sophia von Brandenburg-Schwedt, eldest daughter of Margrave Friedrich Wilhelm von Brandenburg-Schwedt and Sophie Dorothea Marie von Prussia, a niece of the Prussian King Friedrich II. On August 23, 1800, Prince Wilhelm married a lady-in-waiting of his mother in Coswig: Wilhelmine Freiin von Tunderfeld-Rhodis (* 1777 ; † 1822), the daughter of Baron Karl August Wilhelm von Tunderfeld-Rhodis. This was the scion of a soldier family from Sweden and originally from the Baltic States. Since this was an unequal marriage according to the laws of the House of Württemberg, Prince Wilhelm already declared on August 1, 1801 that his descendants would renounce the succession to the throne. They had 5 children.

Friedrich Wilhelm Alexander Ferdinand Count of Württemberg, since 1867 Wilhelm I Duke of Urach (born July 6, 1810 - July 17, 1869) was a German nobleman from a branch line of the House of Württemberg and an officer in the Württemberg army. He was born the son of Duke Wilhelm Friedrich Philipp von Württemberg (1761-1830), brother of King Friedrich von Württemberg, and Wilhelmine nee Freiin von Tunderfeld-Rhodis. Count Wilhelm married Princess Theodelinde von Leuchtenberg, daughter of Eugène de Beauharnais, on February 8, 1841. They had four daughters. Widowed in 1857, he married Princess Florestine of Monaco for the second time on February 16, 1863. They had two sons.


Wilhelm (II.), Duke of Urach, Count of Württemberg (born March 3, 1864-March 24, 1928), from 1869 head of the House of Urach, a Württemberg branch, general of the cavalry in the Württemberg army, was a candidate for the throne several times various European crowns in discussion, for example in 1910 for Monaco, 1913 for Albania and during the First World War for Poland as well as for a newly created Grand Duchy of Alsace-Lorraine. In July 1918 he was elected King of Lithuania by the Taryba, the Lithuanian Provincial Council - as such he was to bear the name Mindaugas II. However, he did not accept the crown as the German authorities did not recognize the election. By November 1918, the Taryba also revoked the election. Born as Wilhelm Karl Florestan Gero Crescentius, Count of Württemberg, he was the eldest son of Wilhelm (I) Duke of Urach, Count of Württemberg, and his second wife, Princess Florestine of Monaco, daughter of Prince Florestan of Monaco. His first marriage was on July 4, 1892 in Tegernsee Amalie Maria Duchess in Bavaria. He had nine children with her. Amalie died in childbed in 1912. On November 26, 1924, Wilhelm married Wiltrud Marie Alix Princess of Bavaria, daughter of Ludwig III. from Bavaria. This marriage remained childless.


Wilhelm (III.) Prince of Urach (born September 27, 1897 - August 8, 1957) was a German mechanical engineer. Prince Wilhelm von Urach was the son of Wilhelm (II.), Duke of Urach, Count of Württemberg and Amalie, Duchess of Urach, Countess of Württemberg, née Duchess in Bavaria. Against his father's resistance, Wilhelm married Elisabeth Theurer on June 19, 1928. She was the daughter of Richard Theurer, the general director of G. Siegle & Co. and Kast & Ehinger, and Elisabeth nee Groß. Due to the marriage, Wilhelm renounced the succession as (third) Duke and head of the House of Urach and the title of Count of Württemberg. After the death of Wilhelm (II.) Duke of Urach, the title of duke was passed on to Wilhelm's younger brother, Karl Gero (1899–1981). The daughters Elisabeth (* 1932) and Maria Christine (1933–1990) emerged from the marriage with Elisabeth Theurer.
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