Prince William Of Baden
Margrave Wilhelm of Baden (8 April 1792, Karlsruhe – 11 October 1859, Karlsruhe) was the second son of Karl Friedrich, Grand Duke of Baden and his second wife, Luise Karoline, Baroness Geyer von Geyersberg (26 May 1768—23 July 1820), the daughter of Lt. Col. Baron Ludwig Heinrich Philipp Geyer von Geyersberg and his wife, Countess Maximiliana Christiane of Sponeck. Because his marriage to Luise was considered by the House of Baden as morganatic, Wilhelm, for a time, had no succession rights to the Grand Duchy.
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