Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, 17811860 (aged 79 years)

Portrait of Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1795-1796)
Name
Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
Given names
Juliane, Henriette, Ulrike
Name
Anna Fyodorovna
Type of name
married name
Birth
July 23, 1781 31 24
Source: Wikipedia
Birth of a brotherErnest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
January 2, 1784 (aged 2 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Baptism
February 2, 1796 45 39 (aged 14 years)

Religion: Russian Orthodox
Source: Wikipedia
Text:

On 2 February 1796, the 14-year-old German princess took the name of Anna Fyodorovna in a Russian Orthodox baptismal ceremony and 20 days later, on 26 February, she and Konstantin were married.

MarriageGrand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of RussiaView this family
February 26, 1796 (aged 14 years)

Source: Wikipedia
Text:

On 2 February 1796, the 14-year-old German princess took the name of Anna Fyodorovna in a Russian Orthodox baptismal ceremony and 20 days later, on 26 February, she and Konstantin were married.

Death of a maternal grandmotherCountess Karoline Ernestine of Erbach-Schönberg
April 22, 1796 (aged 14 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Death of a paternal grandfatherErnest Frederick, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
September 8, 1800 (aged 19 years)
SeparationGrand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of RussiaView this family
August 1801 (aged 20 years)

Source: Wikipedia
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The assassination of Emperor Paul I on 23 March 1801 gave Anna an opportunity to carry out her plan to escape. By August of that year, her mother was informed that the grand duchess was seriously ill. Once informed about her daughter's health, Duchess Augusta came to visit her. In order to have a better treatment she took Anna to Coburg, with the consent of both the new Emperor Alexander I and Grand Duke Konstantin. Once she arrived to her homeland, Anna refused to come back. She never returned to Russia.

Death of a paternal grandmotherPrincess Sophie Antoinette of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
May 17, 1802 (aged 20 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Death of a fatherFrancis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld
December 9, 1806 (aged 25 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Birth of a sonEduard Edgar Schmidt-Löwe
October 28, 1808 (aged 27 years)

Source: Wikipedia
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On 28 October 1808, Anna gave birth to an illegitimate son, named Eduard Edgar Schmidt-Löwe. The father of this child may have been Jules Gabriel Émile de Seigneux, a minor French nobleman and officer in the Prussian army.

Birth of a daughterLouise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert
1812 (aged 30 years)

Source: Wikipedia
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Later, Anna moved to Bern, Switzerland, and gave birth to a second illegitimate child in 1812, a daughter, named Louise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert. The father was Rodolphe Abraham de Schiferli, a Swiss surgeon, professor and chamberlain of Anna's household from 1812 to 1837.

AnnulmentGrand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of RussiaView this family
March 28, 1820 (aged 38 years)

Source: Wikipedia
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Finally, on 20 March 1820, after 19 years of separation, her marriage was officially annulled by a manifesto of Emperor Alexander I of Russia. Grand Duke Konstantin remarried two months later morganatically with his mistress Joanna Grudzińska and died on 27 June 1831. Anna survived her former husband by 29 years.

Death of a motherCountess Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf
November 16, 1831 (aged 50 years)

Source: Wikipedia
Death of a brotherErnest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
January 29, 1844 (aged 62 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Adoption of a daughterLouise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert

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INDI:EVEN:FAMC:ADOP: HUSB
Source: Wikipedia
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In order to cover another scandal in Anna's life, the baby was adopted by Jean François Joseph d'Aubert, a French refugee.

Not marriedJules Gabriel Émile de SeigneuxView this family
Y

Source: Wikipedia
Text:

On 28 October 1808, Anna gave birth to an illegitimate son, named Eduard Edgar Schmidt-Löwe. The father of this child may have been Jules Gabriel Émile de Seigneux, a minor French nobleman and officer in the Prussian army.

Not marriedRodolphe Abraham de SchiferliView this family
Y

Source: Wikipedia
Text:

Later, Anna moved to Bern, Switzerland, and gave birth to a second illegitimate child in 1812, a daughter, named Louise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert. The father was Rodolphe Abraham de Schiferli, a Swiss surgeon, professor and chamberlain of Anna's household from 1812 to 1837.

Death
August 15, 1860 (aged 79 years)
Source: Wikipedia
Family with parents
father
Franz Friedrich Anton, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (1750-1806)
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Birth: July 15, 1750 26 26Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: December 9, 1806Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
mother
Marriage MarriageJune 13, 1777
4 years
herself
Portrait of Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1795-1796)
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Birth: July 23, 1781 31 24Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: August 15, 1860Elfenau, Bern, Switzerland
3 years
younger brother
Portrait of Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
17841844
Birth: January 2, 1784 33 26Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: January 29, 1844Gotha, Thuringia, Germany
Father’s family with Sophie of Saxe-Hildburghausen
father
Franz Friedrich Anton, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (1750-1806)
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Birth: July 15, 1750 26 26Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: December 9, 1806Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
stepmother
Marriage MarriageMarch 6, 1776Hildburghausen, Thuringia, Germany
Family with Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich of Russia
ex-husband
herself
Portrait of Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1795-1796)
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Birth: July 23, 1781 31 24Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: August 15, 1860Elfenau, Bern, Switzerland
Marriage MarriageFebruary 26, 1796
Separation SeparationAugust 1801
Annulment AnnulmentMarch 28, 1820
Family with Jules Gabriel Émile de Seigneux
partner
herself
Portrait of Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1795-1796)
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Birth: July 23, 1781 31 24Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: August 15, 1860Elfenau, Bern, Switzerland
Not married Not married
son
Family with Rodolphe Abraham de Schiferli
partner
herself
Portrait of Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1795-1796)
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Birth: July 23, 1781 31 24Coburg, Bavaria, Germany
Death: August 15, 1860Elfenau, Bern, Switzerland
Not married Not married
daughter
BirthWikipedia
BaptismWikipedia
Text:

On 2 February 1796, the 14-year-old German princess took the name of Anna Fyodorovna in a Russian Orthodox baptismal ceremony and 20 days later, on 26 February, she and Konstantin were married.

MarriageWikipedia
Text:

On 2 February 1796, the 14-year-old German princess took the name of Anna Fyodorovna in a Russian Orthodox baptismal ceremony and 20 days later, on 26 February, she and Konstantin were married.

SeparationWikipedia
Text:

The assassination of Emperor Paul I on 23 March 1801 gave Anna an opportunity to carry out her plan to escape. By August of that year, her mother was informed that the grand duchess was seriously ill. Once informed about her daughter's health, Duchess Augusta came to visit her. In order to have a better treatment she took Anna to Coburg, with the consent of both the new Emperor Alexander I and Grand Duke Konstantin. Once she arrived to her homeland, Anna refused to come back. She never returned to Russia.

AnnulmentWikipedia
Text:

Finally, on 20 March 1820, after 19 years of separation, her marriage was officially annulled by a manifesto of Emperor Alexander I of Russia. Grand Duke Konstantin remarried two months later morganatically with his mistress Joanna Grudzińska and died on 27 June 1831. Anna survived her former husband by 29 years.

Not marriedWikipedia
Text:

On 28 October 1808, Anna gave birth to an illegitimate son, named Eduard Edgar Schmidt-Löwe. The father of this child may have been Jules Gabriel Émile de Seigneux, a minor French nobleman and officer in the Prussian army.

Not marriedWikipedia
Text:

Later, Anna moved to Bern, Switzerland, and gave birth to a second illegitimate child in 1812, a daughter, named Louise Hilda Agnes d'Aubert. The father was Rodolphe Abraham de Schiferli, a Swiss surgeon, professor and chamberlain of Anna's household from 1812 to 1837.

DeathWikipedia
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