Alexandrine, Prinzessin zu Hohenlohe-Öhringen

NOBLEMAN (GERMANY)
BORN 22 Dec 1830, Fulda, Hessen - DIED 20 Dec 1871, Lindau am Bodensee, Bayern
REAL NAME Hanau, Alexandrine von
GRAVE LOCATION Kassel, Hessen: Hauptfriedhof, Tannenheckerweg 6

Alexandrine von Hanau was the illegitimate daughter of Friedrich Wilhelm I of Hessen-Kassel and his future wife Gertrude. At the time her mother was still married to lieutenant Karl Michael Lehmann (1787-1882) and her parents were married in 1831.

On 12 June 1851 she married Prince Felix von Hohenlohe-Öhringen (1818-1900) who had little to show besides his title. After her father lost his title in 1866 she received a pension from the Welfenfonds.

She lived in Heidelberg and in Lindau, where she died when she gave birth to a son in 1871. In 1884 she was buried next to her mother in Kassel.

Family
• Mother: Hanau, Gertrude Falkenstein, von

Images

The grave of Alexandrine, Prinzessin zu Hohenlohe-Öhringen at the Hauptfriedhof, Kassel.
Picture by Androom (26 Aug 2017)

 

Sources
Alexandrine Friedrike Wilhelmine von Hanau – Wikipedia


Alfieri, Vittorio, count

Published: 29 Apr 2018
Last update: 29 Apr 2018