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Rothschild, Mathilde de (1874–1926)

Rothschild, Mathilde de (1874–1926)

Baroness. Name variations: Baroness or Baronne Henri de Rothschild; Baroness or Baronne de Rothschild. Born Mathilde Weissweiler on May 17, 1874; died on August 12, 1926; married Henri de Rothschild, on May 22, 1895; children: James Nathaniel de Rothschild (b. 1896, who married Claude Dupont ); Nadine Charlotte de Rothschild (1898–1958, who married Adrien Thierry); Philippe de Rothschild (1902–1935, who married Elisabeth de Chambure [d. 1945] and Pauline Fairfax Potter ).

Baroness Mathilde de Rothschild was known for her charity events in turn-of-the-century Paris. At the time of the baroness' death in 1926, Janet Flanner named her the "most progressive member" of the conservative House of Rothschild.

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