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Luxemburg

  • J. Scott Keltie
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Reigning Grand-duke.—Adolf, Duke of Nassau, born July 24, 1817, married, April 23, 1851, to Adelaide, Princess of Anhalt; succeeded November 23, 1890, on the death of King Willem III. of the Netherlands, who was also Grand-duke of Luxemburg. Offspring. —1. Prince Wilhelm, born April 22, 1852; married June 21, 1893, to Marie Anne, daughter of Miguel, Duke of Braganza; issue, Princess Marie, born June 14, 1894; Princess Charlotte, born January 23, 1896; Princess Hilda, born February 15, 1897; Princess Antoinette, born October 7, 1899; Princess Elisabeth, born March 7, 1901; Princess Sophie, born February 14, 1902. II. Princess Hilda, born November 5, 1864; married September 20, 1885, to Frederick, son of the Grand Duke of Baden.

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  • J. Scott Keltie

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