Prince Frederick William Of Hesse-Kassel
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Friedrich Wilhelm Georg Adolf, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel
(; 26 November 1820 – 14 October 1884) was the only son of
Wilhelm I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel-Rumpenheim
Princess Louise Charlotte of Denmark
He is important dynastically as a candidate for both the headship of the Hesse-Kassel dynasty (through his father) and for the Danish throne (through his mother).
He was born in Copenhagen, moved to Denmark at the age of three, and grew up there. He attended the university in Bonn, and then began a military career.
His first wife was
Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia
(1825–1844), the daughter of Emperor
Nicholas I of Russia
Charlotte of Prussia
. They had one son, born three months prematurely, who died the day of his birth:
Prince Wilhelm (1844–1844)
His second wife was
Princess Anna of Prussia
(1836–1918), the youngest daughter of
Prince Charles of Prussia
Princess Marie of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
. They had six children:
Frederick William II of Hesse
(1854–1888); never married; died at sea on a voyage from Batavia to Singapore.
Princess Elisabeth Alexandra Charlotte of Hesse (1861–1955); married Hereditary Prince Leopold Friedrich of Anhalt (son of
Frederick I, Duke of Anhalt
) and had issue.
Alexander Frederick of Hesse
(1863–1945); married Baroness Gisela Stockhorner von Starheim and had issue.
Frederick Charles of Hesse
, King of
Princess Margaret of Prussia
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