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  Julia von Hauke Information
Julia served as lady-in-waiting to Empress Marie Alexandrovna, wife of Tsar Alexander II and sister of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, and met her future husband in St. Petersburg.
Julia was considered to be of insufficient rank to have any of her children qualify for the succession on the throne of Hesse and by Rhine, hence the marriage was considered morganatic.
Julia was created Countess of Battenberg with the style of 'Illustrious Highness' in 1851 by her brother-in-law, Grand Duke Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine, and in 1858 elevated to Princess of Battenberg with the style of Serene Highness (a non-royal title).
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  Julia von Hauke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Julia served as lady-in-waiting to Empress Maximiliane, wife of Tsar Alexander II and sister of Prince Alexander of Hesse-Darmstadt, and met her future husband in St. Petersburg.
Julia was considered to be of insufficient rank to have any of her children qualify for the succession on the throne of Hesse-Darmstadt, hence the marriage was considered morganatic.
Julia was created Her Illustrious Highness Countess of Battenberg in 1851 by her brother-in-law, Grand Duke Ludwig III of Hesse and by Rhine (Hesse-Darmstadt), and elevated to Her Serene Highness Princess of Battenberg in 1858 (a non-royal title).
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 Battenberg family - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Battenberg is the surname and title given to the wife of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, Countess Julia von Hauke.
The orphaned daughter of a Russian Minister of War, Julia von Hauke was considered to be of insufficient rank to have her children qualify for the succession on the throne of the Grand Duchy of Hesse and by Rhine (Hesse-Darmstadt), hence the marriage was considered morganatic.
Julia was given the title Countess of Battenberg by her brother-in-law, Grand Duke Ludwig III of Hesse and the Rhine, in 1851, and was elevated to 'non royal' Princess of Battenberg in 1858.
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 Julia von Hauke -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
She was born in (The capital and largest city of Poland; located in central Poland) Warsaw, the daughter of (additional info and facts about John Maurice von Hauke) John Maurice von Hauke (1775-1830), also known as Hans Moritz von Hauke, and his wife, née Sophie la Fontaine.
Julia was created Her Illustrious Highness Countess of (additional info and facts about Battenberg) Battenberg in 1851, and created Her Serene Highness Princess of Battenberg in 1858.
Julia von Hauke, Princess of Battenberg, died at Schloss Heiligenberg, near Jugenheim in (A republic in central Europe; split into East German and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990) Germany.
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Battenberg was also the surname and title given to, the wife of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, Countess Julia von Hauke.
Julia von Hauke was considered to be of insufficient rank to to marry the son of a Grand Duke of Hesse, hence the marriage was morganatic.
Julia von Hauke was given the defunct title Countess of Battenberg by her brother-in-law, Grand Duke Ludwig III of Hesse and the Rhine in 1851 and was elevated to 'non royal' Princess of Battenberg in 1858.
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 Julia von Hauke
Her father was of German and military origin, and fought in Napoleon's army in Austria, Italy, Germany and the Peninsular War.
Julia was created Her Illustrious Highness Countess of Battenberg in 1851, and created Her Serene Highness Princess of Battenberg in 1858.
Julia von Hauke, Princess of Battenberg, died at Schloss Heiligenberg, near Jugenheim in Germany.
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 Morganatic marriage
Franz Ferdinand of Austria and Countess Sophie Chotek von Chotkowa.
Prince Alexander of Hesse, son of the Grand Duke of Hesse and the Rhine, and Countess Julia von Hauke.
She was created Freifrau von Wallersee, and their daughter, Marie Louise, Countess Larisch von Moennich, was a confidante of Empress Elisabeth ("Sisi") of Austria.
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 Online Encyclopedia and Dictionary - Princess Alice of Battenberg
Her Serene Highness Princess Victoria Alice Elizabeth Julia Marie of Battenberg was born at Windsor Castle in Berkshire.
She was the eldest child of Prince Louis of Battenberg (24 May 1854 - 11 September 1921) and his wife Princess Victoria of Hesse and by Rhine (5 April 1863-24 September 1950).
Her father was eldest son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine through his morganatic marriage to Julia, Countess von Hauke.
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 Encyclopedia: Alexander of Bulgaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Alexander was the second son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and the Rhine by the latter's morganatic marriage with Julia, countess von Hauke.
Prince Alexander was a nephew of Russia's Tsar Alexander II, who had married a sister of Prince Alexander of Hesse; his mother, a daughter of Count Moritz von Hauke, had been lady-in-waiting to the tsaritsa.
Julia von Hauke (November 12, 1825 (O.S.) = November 24, 1825 (N.S.) - September 19, 1895) was wife of Prince Alexander of Hesse and by Rhine, mother of Alexander of Bulgaria, and ancestor of the British royal House of Windsor.
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 Battenberg - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Battenberg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
It was first mentioned in a document of 1232.
Although the orphaned daughter of a Russian Minister of War, Julia von Hauke was considered to be of insufficient rank to marry the son of a Grand Duke of Hesse, hence the marriage was considered morganatic.
This branch of the family also renounced all German titles, and were granted peerages by their cousin King George V - Prince Louis became Marquess of Milford Haven, while Prince Alexander, Prince Henry's eldest son, became Marquess of Carisbrooke
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 St. Mildred's Church, Whippingham, Isle of Wight - The Battenberg Chapel
The Prince was married in this church, on 23rd July 1885, to the Queen's ninth and longest surviving child, Princess Beatrice (or 'Baby' as she was known in the family).
Prince Henry was the 3rd son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and the Rhine, by his wife Countess Julia von Hauke.
As the Countess was of unequal rank, the marriage was morganatic and the Countess was made Princess of Battenberg in her own right.
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The fourth son, Francis Joseph (1861-1924), married in 1897 Anna, daughter of Nicholas I, prince of Montenegro, and was the author of Die volkswirtschaftliche Entwicklung Bulgariens von 1879 bis zur Gegenwart (1891).
In 1852, upon the morganatic marriage of Prince Alexander of Hesse-Darmstadt to Julia Teresa, countess von Hauke, the latter received the title of countess of Battenberg.
The bad blood followed down from Julie Theresa von Hauke to her son Louis Alexander Mountbatten, to his daughter victoria Alice of Battenberg, to her son Philip Mountbatten (Queen Elizabeth II’s husband), to his son Charles, Prince of Wales (whose very telltale appearance defies all reasonable doubt of a “Jewish” bloodline connection).
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Hesse-Darmstadt continued until 1866 when it, too, was defeated by the Hohenzollerns, however, it was given independence because of its close ties to the royal family.....
Countess Julia von Hauke who was created Princess of Battenberg in 1858....
Half of the estate was bought by Counts von Veldenz and inherited by the Counts von Moers-Saarwerden.
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 Prince Alexander Joseph Of Bulgaria / Countess Johanna Maria Louise Of Loisinger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Alexander Joseph of Battenburg April 5, 1857 November 17, 1893, the first prince of modern Bulgaria, reigned from April 29, 1879 to September 7, 1886 Alexander was the second son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and the Rhine by the latter s morganatic marriage with Julia, countess von Hauke.
The countess and her descendants gained the title of Princess of Battenberg derived from an old residence of the grand dukes of Hesse and the style Durchlaucht or Serene Highness, in 1858.
Prince Alexander was a nephew of Russia s Tsar Alexander II, who had married a sister of Prince Alexander of Hesse his mother, a daughter of Count Moritz von Hauke, had been lady in waiting to the tsaritsa.
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 Battenberg History & Origins
In 1858 the countess and her children were all raised to the rank of Prince or Princess of Battenberg.
It was Alexanda's morganatic marriage to countess Julia Theresa von Hauke (1825-95) that lead to the revival of the Battenberg name.
Their marriage produced five offspring, and the eldest son was Prince Louis of Battenberg.
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 Princess Julia's siblings that the Tsar took in...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Ojciec Józefa, Józef Hauke, urodzony ju[ch380] w Polsce, by[ch322] kapitanem w wojsku Ksi[ch281]stwa Warszawskiego i genera[ch322]em wojska rosyjskiego, a stryj Maurycy Hauke by[ch322] genera[ch322]em napoleo[ch324]skim, ws[ch322]awionym obron[ch261] Zamo[ch347]cia w 1813 roku.
She also said that this line came to America and brought with them a coat of arms which is now on display in the Library of Congress and/or Chicago (I can't remember which---but supposedly it tells us which tribe we are from out of the twelve (12) tribes)).
I remember from her notes that, I believe, Hans (John) had like five kids...Julie (in her notes it wasn't Julia) was the one that married Alexander, etc., the Battenburg line, and she did have the Duke of Edinburgh in there, etc., etc.
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Alexander however decided to ruin his own prospects, he fell in love with a Lady-in-Waiting to his sister Countess Julia von Hauke.
Alexander of Hesse and Julia of Battenberg had five children, as though they were illigitemate, they took their mother's surname.
Prince Alexander of Hesse died in 1888, Princess Julia of Battenberg, died at Schloss Heiligenberg, near Jugenheim in Germany in 1895 aged 70.
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 British Royal Progenitors: Sixth Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
He married Julia von HAUKE, Princess of BATTENBURG.
Julia died 1885 at 60 years of age.
Alexander and Julia von HAUKE, Princess of BATTENBURG had the following child:
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 HENRY BENEDICT MARIA CLEMENT STUART - LoveToKnow Article on HENRY BENEDICT MARIA CLEMENT STUART   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
HENRY, PRINCE OF BATTENBERG (18581896), was the third son of Prince Alexander of Hesse and his morganatic wife, the beautiful Countess Julia von Hauke, to whom was granted in 1858 the title of princess of Battenberg, which her children inherited.
See also Kate Norgate, England under the AngevOi Kings (1887); Sir James Ramsay, Angevin Empire (1903); and C. Hodgson, Jung Heinrich, Konig von England (Jena, 1906).
HENRY, or in full, HENRY BENEDICT MARIA CLEMENT STUART (17251807), usually known as Cardinal York, the last prince of the royal house of Stuart, was the younger son of James Stuart, and was born in the Palazzo Muti at Rome on the 6th of March 1725.
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 Ahnentafel : Ahnenreihe
HSH Julia von Hauke, Princess of Battenberg (November 24, 1825 - September 19, 1895)
Johann Moritz von Hauke(October 26, 1775 - November 29, 1830).
Sophie la Fontaine Born in 1790 - August 27, 1831).
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