Duke Philipp of Württemberg
|Spouse||Archduchess Marie-Thérèse of Teschen|
|Issue||Albrecht, Duke of Württemberg
Duchess Marie Amélie of Württemberg
Duchess Maria Isabella of Württemberg
Duke Robert of Württemberg
Duke Ulrich of Württemberg
|House||House of Württemberg|
|Father||Alexander of Württemberg|
30 July 1838|
Neuilly-sur-Seine, Kingdom of the French
|Died||11 October 1917
Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg
Philipp of Württemberg (1838, Neuilly-sur-Seine – 1917, Stuttgart) was a Duke of Württemberg. He was the son of Alexander of Württemberg and of Marie d'Orléans. After the death of his cousin, Duke Nicholas of Württemberg, in 1903, he was heir presumptive to the royal throne of Württemberg.
Marriage and issue
- Albrecht, Duke of Württemberg (1865–1939)
- Duchess Marie Amélie of Württemberg (1865–1883)
- Duchess Maria Isabella of Württemberg (1871–1904); married, in 1894, Prince Johann Georg of Saxony
- Duke Robert of Württemberg (1873–1947); married, in 1900, Archduchess Maria Immakulata of Austria (1878–1968), daughter of Archduke Karl Salvator of Austria.
- Duke Ulrich of Württemberg (1877–1944)
Ducal Branch of the House of Württemberg
Philip of Württemberg belonged to the fifth branch (called the "Ducal branch") of the House of Württemberg, descended from the seventh son of Frederick II Eugene, Duke of Württemberg. On the extinction of the eldest branch in 1921, the Ducal branch became the new dynastic branch of the House. The House of Württemberg's two morganatic branches - the Dukes of Teck (extinct in the male line in 1981), and the morganatic branch of the Dukes of Urach - were technically "older" than the Ducal branch, but were ineligible to succeed.
Philip of Württemberg is the direct ancestor of the current claimant to the Dukedom of Württemberg: Carl, Duke of Württemberg.
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Duke Philipp of WürttembergBorn: 30 July 1838 Died: 11 October 1917
|Heir to the Throne of Württemberg
as heir presumptive
22 February 1903 – 11 October 1917