Eleonore Charlotte of Württemberg-Montbéliard
|Eleonore Charlotte of Württemberg-Montbéliard|
|Spouse(s)||Silvius II Frederick, Duke of Württemberg-Oels|
|Noble family||House of Württemberg|
|Father||George II, Duke of Württemberg-Montbéliard|
|Mother||Anne de Coligny|
20 November 1656|
|Died||13 April 1743
In 1676, Charlotte Eleanor acquired the Lordship and town of Twardogóra and moved her residence there. She expanded the town extensively at her own expense, and supported new inhabitants. In 1688, she replaced the church by a larger one. She obtained a tax exemption for the town's residents for 100 years from Emperor Leopold I.
In 1712, she had a legal dispute with Anna Sophia of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1647-1726), the widowed Duches of Württemberg-Juliusburg. She lost the case and had to transfer Twardogóra to Anna Sophia.
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