Frederick Louis

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Maximilian Emanuel Of Württemberg-Winnental
... February 27, 1689 – Dubno, September 25, 1709), son of Frederick Charles of Württemberg-Winnental and Eleonore Juliane of Brandenburg-Ansbach, was a volunteer in the. 3rd generation Christoph, Duke of Württemberg Frederick I, Duke of Württemberg 4th generation Eberhard Louis III, Duke of Württemberg Maximilian Ulrich John ...
Palatinate-Landsberg
... Palatinate-Landsberg was the intermediate partition of Palatinate-Zweibrücken in 1604 for Frederick Casimir, the youngest son of John I, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken ... In 1645 Frederick Casimir was succeeded by his son Frederick Louis ... Frederick Louis inherited the Duchy of Zweibrücken in 1661 with its seat in the Imperial Diet ...
Frederick Louis, Hereditary Grand Duke Of Mecklenburg-Schwerin - Notes
... Persondata Name Frederick Louis Of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Hereditary Grand Duke Alternative names Short description Date of birth 13 June 1778 Place of birth Ludwigslust, Mecklenburg-Schwerin ...
Palatinate-Zweibrücken - History - 17th Century
... His son and successor Frederick returned in 1645 ... When Frederick died without a male heir in 1661, he was succeed by his cousin Frederick Louis ... In 1681, Frederick Louis died in exile, without a male heir ...
Frederick Augustus, Duke Of Württemberg-Neuenstadt - References (German)
... German archives page from ADB Family crypt in Neuenstadt Frederick Augustus, Duke of Württemberg-Neuenstadt House of Württemberg Born 12 March 1654 Died 6 August 1716 Regnal titles ... Duke of Württemberg 3rd generation Christoph, Duke of Württemberg Frederick I, Duke of Württemberg 4th generation Eberhard Louis III, Duke of Württemberg Maximilian Ulrich ...

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