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Line of succession to the former Hessian throne

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Line of succession to the former Hessian throne

The Electorate of Hesse was abolished in 1866 when it was annexed by the

Hesse-Kassel

  1. HRH Moritz, Hereditary Prince of Hesse (born 2007)
  2. HH Prince August of Hesse (born 2012)[2]
  3. HH Prince Philipp of Hesse (born 1970)
  4. HH Prince Tito of Hesse (born 2008)
  5. HH Prince Karl Adolf of Hesse (born 1937)
  6. HH Prince Christoph of Hesse (born 1964)
  7. HH Prince Rainer of Hesse (born 1939)

Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld and Hesse-Philippsthal

The Landgraviate of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld was annexed by Prussia in 1866. The main branch of Hesse-Philippsthal was extinguished in 1925, thus making the Barchfeld branch the only surviving one of the Hesse-Philippsthal line.

  1. HH Prince Wilhelm of Hesse (born 1963)
  2. HH Prince Wilhelm Ernst Constantin (born 2005)
  3. HH Prince Philipp August (born 2006)
  4. HH Prince Otto of Hesse (born 1965)
  5. HH Prince Max Ernst-Ludwig of Hesse (born 1999)
  6. HH Prince Moritz of Hesse (born 2007)
  7. HH Prince Hermann Ernst Ludwig Joachim Hans Georg Hugo Alexander Wilhelm of Hesse (born 1935)
  8. HH Prince Alexis Wilhelm Manfred of Hesse (born 1977)

See also

References

External links

  • Online Gotha (Hesse)
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