Curt Franz Wenzel Christoph Erdmann Graf Zedtwitz von Moraván und Duppau
Curt Franz Wenzel Christoph Erdmann Graf Zedtwitz von Moraván und Duppau (October 3, 1822 in Asch – November 19, 1909 in Pressburg), Lord of Duppau in the Duppau Mountains with Sachsengrün in the Kingdom of Bohemia, and of Moraván with Duzó, Hubina, Nagy and Kis-Modó in the Kingdom of Hungary, was an Austrian-Hungarian-Bohemian military and nobleman from the house of Zedtwitz, son of Sigmund Erdmann Wilhelm Friedrich Graf von Zedtwitz (Asch, August 15, 1778 – Asch, July 7, 1847) and second wife (m. Schwarzbach, Thuringia, July 26, 1820) Emilie Friederike von Einsiedel (Wolftitz, July 2, 1798 – Duppau, Duppau Mountains, July 12, 1865).
Marriage and children
He married firstly in Weningen-Auma on March 6, 1849 Caroline Adelheid Ernestine von Schönberg (Hain, near Gera, July 31, 1826 – Schloss Moraván, February 16, 1894), daughter of Friedrich August von Schönberg and wife Caroline Christiane Freiin von Brandenstein, and had issue, among whom a daughter Alexandra Emilie Caroline Eugenie Henriette Adele Gräfin Zedtwitz von Moraván und Duppau (Schloss Duppau, September 15, 1861 – Schloss Arnsdorf, July 26, 1945), married in Dresden on January 27, 1885 with Heinrich Moritz Max Freiherr von Beschwitz (Otzdorf, December 23, 1859 – Schloss Arnsdorf, July 22, 1944), Lord of Arnsdorf with Gersdorf and Ottendorf in the Kingdom of Saxony, and had issue.
- Costados, Gonçalo de Mesquita da Silveira de Vasconcelos e Sousa, Livraria Esquina, 1.ª Edição, Porto, 1997, N.º 108
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