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Princess Johanna of Hesse and by Rhine

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Princess Johanna
Princess of Hesse and by Rhine
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Princess Johanna of Hesse and by Rhine in 1939
Born(1936-09-20)20 September 1936
Darmstadt, People's State of Hesse, Nazi Germany
Died14 June 1939(1939-06-14) (aged 2)
Darmstadt, People's State of Hesse, Nazi Germany
Burial
Rosenhöhe, Darmstadt
HouseHesse-Darmstadt
FatherGeorg Donatus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Hesse
MotherPrincess Cecilie of Greece and Denmark
ReligionBaptised in the Lutheran Church
Grand Ducal Family of
Hesse and by Rhine
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Ernest Louis
Children
Princess Elisabeth
Hereditary Grand Duke Georg Donatus
Prince Louis
Grandchildren
Prince Ludwig
Prince Alexander
Princess Johanna

Princess Johanna Marina Eleonore of Hesse and by Rhine (Johanna Marina Eleonore Prinzessin und Landgräfin von Hessen; 20 September 1936 – 14 June 1939) was a German Hessian and Rhenish child princess, the third child and only daughter of Georg Donatus, Hereditary Grand Duke of Hesse, and Princess Cecilie of Greece and Denmark. She was orphaned at the age of fourteen months when her parents, older brothers Ludwig and Alexander and paternal grandmother Eleonore were killed in a plane crash on their way to a family wedding in London.[1] The remains of her unnamed stillborn baby brother were also found among the wreckage.

After the accident, her paternal uncle Ludwig married his bride Margaret Geddes. The couple adopted Johanna, their orphaned niece, and planned to raise her as their own daughter, but she developed meningitis and died twenty months later at the age of two and a half.[1] Her maternal grandmother, Princess Alice of Battenberg, said later that the unconscious Johanna so closely resembled her mother at the same age that it felt like losing her daughter Cecilie all over again.[2] Following Johanna's death, she was buried with her parents and brothers at the Rosenhöhe.

Ancestry

Notes

  1. ^ a b Duff (1967)
  2. ^ Vickers (2003)

References

  • Duff, David (1967). Hessian Tapestry. London, Frederick Muller.
  • Vickers, Hugo (2003). Alice: Princess Andrew of Greece. St. Martin's Griffin. ISBN 0-312-30239-8
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