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Louis Eugene, Duke of Württemberg

Louis Eugen
Duke of Württemberg
Reign 24 October 1793 – 20 May 1795
Predecessor Karl Eugen
Successor Frederick II Eugen
Born (1731-01-06)6 January 1731
Frankfurt am Main
Died 20 May 1795(1795-05-20) (aged 64)
Ludwigsburg
Spouse Sophie Albertine of Beichlingen
Issue Sophie Antoinette
Wilhelmine
Henriette
House House of Württemberg
Father Karl Alexander, Duke of Württemberg
Mother Maria Augusta of Thurn and Taxis

Ludwig Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (6 January 1731, Frankfurt am Main – 20 May 1795, Ludwigsburg), was the third son of Duke Karl Alexander and Princess Maria Augusta of Thurn and Taxis (11 August 1706) – 1 February 1756).

Marriage

He married Sophie Albertine (15 December 1728 – 10 May 1807), a daughter of August Gottfried Dietrich, Count of Beichlingen and Sophie Helene, Countess of Stoecken. Louis and Sophie had three daughters:

  • Sophie Antoinette (29 June 1763 – 12 May 1775)
  • Wilhelmine Friederike Elisabeth (3 July 1764 – 9 August 1817)
  • Henriette Charlotte Friederike (11 March 1767 – 23 May 1817)

He succeeded his brother Karl Eugen as Duke of Württemberg in 1793, and reigned until his own death in 1795, when he was succeeded by his younger brother Frederick Eugen.

Ancestry

His maternal grandparents were Anselm Franz, 2nd Prince of Thurn and Taxis (30 January 1681 – 8 November 1739) and Maria Ludovika Anna von Lobkowicz (20 October 1683 – 20 January 1750). Maria Ludovika was daughter of Ferdinand August Leopold von Lobkowicz zu Sagan and Maria Anna Wilhelmine of Baden-Baden.

Maria Anna was

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