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Charlotte Oldenburg (1789–1864)

Charlotte Oldenburg (1789–1864)

Danish royal. Name variations: Louise Charlotte of Denmark. Born on October 30, 1789; died on March 28, 1864; daughter of Frederick (1753–1805), prince of Denmark (son of Frederick V of Denmark and Maria Juliana of Brunswick ) and Sophia of Mecklenburg (1758–1794); sister of Christian VIII, king of Denmark (r. 1839–1848); married William, landgrave of Hesse-Cassel, November 10, 1810; children: Caroline Frederica of Hesse-Cassel (1811–1829); Marie Louise Charlotte of Hesse-Cassel (1814–1895, who married Frederick Augustus, prince of Anhalt-Dessau); Louise of Hesse-Cassel (1817–1898, wife of Christian IX of Denmark); Frederick William (1820–1884), landgrave of Hesse; Augusta Frederica Marie (1823–1889, who married Charles Frederick, lord of Dallund); Sophie Wilhemina Augusta (1827–1827).

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