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  Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg118
Louise of Hesse-Cassel Princess [Parents] was born 7 Sep 1817 in Cassel.
Louise Margaret Of Prussia Duchess [Parents] was born 25 Jun 1860 in Potsdam.
Louise Margaret Of Prussia Duchess was born 25 Jun 1860 and died 14 Mar 1917.
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 My Family
Louise Caroline of Hesse-Cassel (Princess) was born in 1789.
Louise Charlotte of Denmark (Princess) was born in 1789.
Louise Margaret of Prussia (Duchess) was born on 25 Jun 1860 in Potsdam.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Louise of Hesse-Kassel
Louise of Hesse (born 7 September 1817 at Kassel, died 29 September 1898 at Bernstorff) was a German noblewoman and (from November 15 1863) the Queen Consort to King Christian IX of Denmark.
Louise's paternal grandparents were Prince Frederick of Hesse, youngest brother of William I, Elector of Hesse, and Princess Caroline of Nassau-Usingen; and her maternal grandparents were Sophie Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Hereditary Prince Frederick of Denmark and Norway, sometime Regent of Denmark and Norway, youngest son of King Frederick V of Denmark.
Louise Caroline of Hesse, born 1789 in Gottorp.
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 Drew Spencer Family Tree - aqwg221
Louise married Philip of Saxe-Coburg Prince on 1875.
Rudolph of Austria Crown Prince was born 1858.
Louis II of Hesse and the Rhine Grand Duke was born 1777 and died 1848.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg35 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Louise Caroline OF HESSE [Parents] was born on 28 Sep 1789 in Schloss Gottorf B. Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein, Prussia.
Karoline Friederike Marie Princess Of HESSE was born on 15 Aug 1811 in, K2benhavn, K2benhavn, Denmark.
Louise Caroline OF HESSE was born on 28 Sep 1789.
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 Ancestors and Family of Louise Wilhelmina of Hesse-Kassel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Louise's paternal grandparents were Prince Frederick of Hesse-Cassel, youngest brother of Elector William I of Hesse, and Princess Caroline of Nassau-Usingen; and her maternal grandparents Princess Sophie Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Scwerin and Hereditary Prince Frederick of Denmark, sometime Regent of Denmark, youngest son of Frederick V of Denmark.
Louise was one of the females who were descended from Frederick III of Denmark and enjoyed the remainder provisions of the succession (=Semi-Salic Law) in case of his male line going extinct.
Louise married Christian IX of Denmark Oldenburg, son of Frederick William of Schleswig-Holstein and Louise Caroline von Hessen-Cassel, on 26 May 1842 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
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 Genealogy.com - Ancestry of Tsar Nicholas II: Third Generation
Louise was born in Cassel 7 Sep 1817.
Louise was the daughter of William X Hesse-Cassel and Louise Charlotte Oldenburg.
Louise was born in Stockholm, Sweden 31 Oct 1851.
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 Queen Louise   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Born March 10, 1776, the daughter of Prince Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Strelitz and Princess Frederica Caroline Louise of Hesse-Darmstadt, Augusta Wilhelmina Louise was destined to become Queen of Prussia.
For a short time after Louise's arrival in Prussia there was a slight swelling of the upper part of her neck, which she concealed by a gauze scarf, so becoming that soon every fashionable lady in Berlin was swathed to the chin.
In Berlin, Louise was being represented as Napoleon's Principal antagonist.
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 English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - Lady Louise Mountbatten Windsor.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor, the seventh grandchild of Elizabeth II and only child of Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie Rhys-Jones, the daughter of Christopher Bournes Rhys-Jones and Mary O'Sullivan, was born a month premature by emergency caesarian section, due to placental abruption on 8 November, 2003 at Frimley Park Hospital.
Louise was the name of the baby's twice four greats grandmother, Louise of Hesse-Cassel, Queen Consort of Denmark and of Lord Mountbatten's sister, Louise of Battenberg, who became Queen Consort of Sweden, while Alice was the name of Prince Phillip's mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg.
The surname Mountbatten-Windsor was assumed by the Queen for her descendants in 1960, previously, on the insistence of the Queen's grandmother, Queen Mary of Teck, (the widow of George V, who established the surname of Windsor for his dynasty) the surname of the Queen and her descendants remained Windsor.
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 Eva Hesse
Eva Hesse was born in Germany in 1936.
Hesse died in 1970 at the age of thirty four.
Hesse felt that this piece was too beautiful and responded with the another, "uglier" piece, Area, also from 1968.
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 Haber's Art Reviews: Eve Hesse
Hesse's sculpture definitely plays rough, and her death from a brain tumor at age thirty-four makes its rough edges that much more ominous and meaningful.
If Hesse were under forty today, a museum would call this her "midcareer retrospective." As with John Currin at the Whitney not long ago, it would boast of fame and fortune to come—or it would promote sales now, presumably before the artist's bubble bursts.
Hesse does it her own way: she tends to pale or dark tones, disguises the hardness or pliability of materials, and carries the space of the room deep within an object rather than the other way around.
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 SEVENTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
King CHRISTIAN IX of Denmark was born on 8 Apr 1818 in Gottorp.
He was married to Louise of Hesse-Cassel in 1842.
Louise of Hesse-Cassel was born on 7 Sep 1817 in Cassel.
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 My Family
Thyra of Denmark (Princess) was born in 1853.
Victoria Alberta of Hesse (Princess) was born in 1863.
Victoria Louise of Prussia was born in 1892.
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 woodgate - pafg70 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Frederick William of Schleswig- Duke was born in 1785.
Louise Caroline of Hesse-Cassel Princess [Parents] was born in 1789.
Louise Charlotte of Denmark Princess [Parents] was born in 1789.
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 (Litwinde - Luitgard )
Louise Margaret of Prussia (25 Jun 1860 - 14 Mar 1917)
Louise of Hesse-Cassel (7 Sep 1817 - 29 Sep 1898)
Louise of Thurn and Taxis (____ - ____)
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 Vigee Le Brun's Portraits of Women
At the age of five Louise Elisabeth was taken from the peasants' house where she had been placed by her parents to the convent of La Trinitè behind the Bastille.
Louise Elisabeth Vigèe's father died when she was thirteen and the burden of supporting her mother and younger brother fell on the girl.
It was primarily as a painter of women that Louise Elisabeth Vigèe gained her reputation, for when it became known that she not only caught an excellent likeness but rendered a flattering portrayal as well, women flocked to her studio.
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HGDH Princess Victoria Alberta of Hesse and the Rhine (April 5, 1863 - September 24, 1950).
HGDH Prince Alexander of Hesse and the Rhine (July 15, 1823 - December 15, 1888)
HRH Grand Duke Louis II of Hesse and the Rhine (December 26, 1777 - June 16, 1848)
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 The House of Orange
Johann V (1455-1516), Count of Nassau, lord of Dillenburg, Siegen, Vianden and Dietz and Breda, Stadtholder of Guelders and Zutphen 1504-1505, son of Johann IV von Nassau-Dillenburg in Vianden and Dietz (1448-1475), grandson of Engelbert I, married 1482 Elisabeth of Hesse (1466-1523).
Louise Juliana (1576-1644), married 1593 Frederick IV of The Palts (1574-1610).
Wilhelmine Marie Sophie Louise (1824-1897) married 1842, her cousin, Karl Alexander of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1818-1901), son of Maria Pawlowna of Russia.
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 Alexander Palace Time Machine - Dowager Empress Marie
Her mother, now Queen Louise, had remained in contact with the Imperial Russian court, where she had wanted to find a substitute husband for her eldest daughter in the event that an alliance with Great Britain did not materialize.
It is also important to note that Queen Louise and the Empress Maria-Alexandrovna, wife of Tsar Alexander II, came from two branches of the old German princely family of Hesse.
Once Alexandra was safely married to the Prince of Wales, Louise directed her endless enthusiasm and perseverance, as well as her extended family connections, on attracting the attention of her Romanov cousins.
www.alexanderpalace.org /palace/mariabio.html   (2661 words)

 I6966: Louise Of Hesse-Darmstadt (1761 - 1829)
Descendants of Louise Of Hesse-Darmstadt and Louis I Landgrave Of Hesse-Darmstadt
1 Louis II Of Hesse And The Rhine = Wilhelmina Of Baden
1 Marie Of Hesse And The Rhine = Alexander II Nikolaevich Romanov
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 HTC: November 27, 1894 The San Francisco Call: TROUSSEAU OF AN EMPRESS
Princess Alix Victoria Helena Louise Beatrice of Hesse, Czarina of Russia, is the youngest living child if the late Grand Duke Ernest Loius of Hesse and is sister to the present Grand Duke.
Her three elder sisters, the Princesses Victoria, Elizabeth and Irene, are married to Prince Louise of Battenberg, the Grand Duke Sergius of Russia and Prince Henry of Prussia, respectively.
It will be seen that the Hesse family is closely linked with the Russian imperial house, for the late Czar’s mother was Princess Marie of Hesse, while her nephew and his son have both sought their brides in the same quarter.
www.holy-trinity.org /history/1894/11.27.SFCall3.html   (1002 words)

 Christian IX of Denmark - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was born in Gottorp the fourth son of Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and Louise Caroline, Princess of Hesse.
Christian married then princess Louise of Hesse, eldest daughter of the eldest son of the closest female relative of Frederick VII.
Louise's father and brothers, princes of Hesse, renounced their rights in favor of Louise and her husband.
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 SFMOMA | Exhibitions | Mirror Images   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Louise Bourgeois, Claude Cahun, Eva Hesse, Frida Kahlo, Yayoi Kusama, Ana Mendieta, Meret Oppenheim, Cindy Sherman, and Kiki Smith are among the artists whose work will be on view.
Considered to be female role models in contemporary art, they began in the 1960s to challenge the gender biases that framed modernist art as a primarily masculine undertaking, particularly with regards to Minimalism.
Looking to surrealist models and women artists from the previous generation, Bourgeois, Hesse, and Kusama continued to explore the complex relationship between the female body and female identity, which was gaining a stronger cultural voice in the second half of the twentieth century.
www.sfmoma.org /exhibitions/exhib_detail/99_exhib_mirrorimages.html   (684 words)

 Eva Hesse ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Hesse was born in Germany and lived in South Africa and Germany before coming to the United States.
Drawing from her perspective as an immigrant, she focuses a playful and insightful eye on the assumptions that underlie the “American Promise.”...
For the most part, there is no reference to the traditional iconography of this time of year, instead, this exhibition proposes an alternative to traditional decorative imagery with art that is expressive and experiential.
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 German royalty: Wilhelm I
His morher was Princess Frederica Louise of Hesse-Darmstadt (1751-).
Louise was born in 1838, fully 9 years after their marriage.
Princess Louise in 1856 married Grand Duke Frederick I Zähringen of Baden, Grand Duke of Baden.
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 seMissourian.com: Story: Alice Hesse
She and Albert C. Hesse were married Oct. 30, 1933, in St. Louis.
She was owner and operator of a restaurant in Arnold, Mo., for 10 years and a clothing store, Second Time Around, in DeSoto, Mo. She retired in 1999 and moved to Cape Girardeau in 2001.
Survivors include two sons, Donald Hesse of Cape Girardeau, Albert James Hesse of Ocala, Fla.; three sisters, Frances Bohnert of Dittmer, Mo., Olga Kinnomin, Youlanda Gilreath of Mexico, Mo.; eight grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.
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 Vigee Le Brun - Louise Augusta, Queen of Prussia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Louise was born in a relatively happy period between the Seven Year War (the true first world war) and the French Revolution.
Gustav Richter was born in Berlin in August 1823.
The two paintings represent two views of the contemporaries of Louise.
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 Margaret Weatherford Column
First, “Louise of Hesse-Cassel” was the queen consort of Denmark, and was Queen Alexandra’s mother.
Lady Louise’s birth provides an opportunity to reflect on the events that resulted in her hyphenated surname.
Prince Louis of Battenberg, their eldest son, married Queen Victoria’s granddaughter, Princess Victoria of Hesse, who was his first cousin once removed through the Hesse family.
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 Genealogy.com - Ancestry of Tsar Nicholas II: Third Generation
She married Chistian IX Schleswig-Holstein 26 May 1842.
Chistian was born in Gottorp 8 Apr 1818.
Chistian was the son of Frederick William Schleswig-Holstein and Louise Caroline von Hesse-Cassel.
www.genealogy.com /famousfolks/nicholas-romanov/d0/i0000015.htm   (84 words)

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