DIRECT PATERNAL 'GEORG KORDIK' GENEALOGY

The Muscular Dutch (Schleswik-Golshtein) 'KORDIK's genealogy:

CC: Maria de Hesse

1. Prince GEORG KORDIK (1820-1884) & ALEXANDRA NIKOLAYEVNA ROMANOVA (1825-&1844)

1.1. Prince WILHELM [=ALEXEY 'ALEXANDROVICH' - Christ.] (?1845-?1908) & ZINAIDA SKOBELEVA (18561899)

=FRIEDRICH (=FYODOR) KORDIK [Prince ALEXEY [ALEXANDROVICH] (?1845-?1908-?1937/8)? [WER?  WHO?] (?-?1937/8) [ZaKavkazskiy Khutor (small village), was burnt in 1930th]

1.1.1. PLATON (=KRAFT) KORDIK (?1902-?1943) [Orlovskiy Village, Rostov area]

CC: Kavkazskiy Village (Romanovskiy Khutor)

1.1.1.(2/3). GEORG KORDIKov (b.1938, ZaKavkazskiy Khutor) [Krasnodar/Yablonovskiy Village]

1.1.1.1.1. Elena KORDIKova Electro(Auto)Mobile Corporation [b.Russia, Kazakhstan Pass]

www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/11_01_2011.htm

www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/11_02_2011.htm

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/Kordik_miniatures.htm GEORG KORDIK (1820-1884), Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel and Hessen-Rumpenheim

Frederick (Fredrik I), (1676-1751), a Prince-consort of Sweden (1718-1720), a King of Sweden (1720-1751) as Frederick I, also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (1730-1751)

http://www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/kordik_miniatures.htm

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willem_II_van_Hessen-Kassel

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Friedrich-Wilhelm-Hessen.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_William_of_Hesse-Kassel [=Wilhelm von Hessen-Kassel]

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/cavallier_guard_regiment.jpg

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/300px_Royal_Arms_of_King_Frederick_IV_of_Denmark_and_Norway_svg.png  

 

Alexandra NIKOLAYevna, GEORG's spouse (1825-1844), their son Prince Wilhelm,  Prince of Hessen-Darmstadt [=ALEXIS - Orth.Christ.] (1845-?1908, buried in ... Paris)

CC: Maria de Hesse

[Russkiy risunok XVIII-pervoy poloviny XIX veka, 2004: 217]

Prince GEORG KORDIK (1820-1884): An Bord der dänischen Fregatte Thetis kreuzte er 1842 durch das Mittelmeer nach Konstantinopel.

Prince ALEXEY [ALEXANDROVICH] (?1845-?1908) & ZINAIDA SKOBELEVA (18561899)

between two Empires, two wars, two worlds...between two chairs

1.1. Prince WILHELM [=ALEXEY 'ALEXANDROVICH' - Christ.] (?1845-?1908) & ZINAIDA SKOBELEVA (18561899)

=FRIEDRICH (=FYODOR) KORDIK [Prince ALEXEY [ALEXANDROVICH] (?1845-?1908-?1937/8)? [WER?  WHO?] (?-?1937/8) [ZaKavkazskiy Khutor (small village), was burnt in 1930th]

1.1.1. PLATON (=KRAFT) KORDIK (?1902-?1943) [?Orlovskiy Village, Rostov area]

CC: Kavkazskiy Village (Romanovskiy Khutor)

1.1.1.(2/3). GEORG KORDIKov (b.1938, ZaKavkazskiy Khutor) [Krasnodar/Yablonovskiy Village]

1.1.1.1.1. Elena KORDIKova Electro(Auto)Mobile Corporation [b.Russia, Kazakhstan Pass]

 

www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/Kordik_miniatures.htm

"I want to gather all together"

"This wash-post-world is crazy. It is time to overturn it"

Western ILLEGITIMATE story

'NORD & SOUTH GAS STREAM' HAS BEEN THE CRAZY IDEA - Innotex Plus Ape Size

BUT: bridge NNN

Elena G. Kordikova / Tasya Meierhold

Critical Letter To

CRITICISM-IMPRESSION IN VERSES, FABLES AND POEMS

A new direction in international journalism, science, literature, art and music history

Elena Pythagoras - Archimedes

Data for WIKIPEDIA

http://www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/publications.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/fables1.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/romances.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/translations.htm

 

Portrait Gallery of German Georgian cavaliers awarded

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Öttingen-Wallerstein

I INSIST ON CONTINUATION OF MY DYNASTY RECORD

Hradčany (Greek.)

 Avunculus N2

An Bord der dänischen Fregatte Thetis kreuzte er 1842 durch das Mittelmeer nach Konstantinopel.

Georg KORDIK: Miniatures from the collections of All-Russian Museums:

Mikhaylova, K.V., Smirnov, G.V. Portrait miniature of XVIII-beginning of XX century from the State Russian Museum. Moscow, "Khudozhnik RSFSR", 1979, 452pp.

Selinova, T. Portrait Miniature of XVIII-XIX centuries from the State Historical Museum. Moscow, "Khudozhnik RSFSR", 1988, 360pp.

The State Tret'yakov Gallery. Catalog of the collection. Art of XVIII-XX centuries: Vol. 1: Portrait Miniatures of XVIII-XX century. Moscow, "Krasnaya Ploshchad', 1997, 264pp.

Komelova, G.N., Printseva, G.A. Portrait Miniature of XVIII-early XX century in Russia from the State Hermitage Museum. Leningrad, I986, 336pp.

Portrait miniature of XVIII-early XIX century from collections of the Novgorod State Museum. Novgorod, 1992.

Catalogue of Historical and Art exhibition of Russian portraits in Tauride Palace, in favor of the widows and orphans of soldiers killed in fight. St. Petersburg, 1905, III, N1408-1715, 49pp.

http://www.auction-imperia.ru/i/clublot/1238174461.jpg

Miniature of XVIII-early XIX century from collections of the All-Russian Museum named in honor of A.S. Pushkin. 1996, St. Petersburg, "Ego", 191pp.

Exhibitions at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg:

1842

1846

Portrait miniature from collections of Zarayskiy Regional Historical Museum (reference is specified)

1.      Lady's portrait. 1850.

IS 'GEORG KORDIK' a pen-name? WHO WAS 'GEORG KORDIK'?

AGAIN:

1. 2.3.

1. Prince Friedrich Wilhelm (II) Georg Adolf of Hessen-Kassel-Rumpenheim (1820-1884) [='Georg KORDIK' Russ. Art.]

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/300px_Royal_Arms_of_King_Frederick_IV_of_Denmark_and_Norway_svg.png 

as an adjutant in the Russian leib-Hussar uniform (with specific buttons), ca. 1836-1840. 2. Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna ROMANOVA of Russia (1825-?1844)

CC: [Russkiy risunok XVIII-pervoy poloviny XIX veka, 2004: 217]

3. Prince WILHELM [=ALEXIS, = ALEXEY ALEXANDROVICH - Christ.] (1845-1908)

Prince Friedrich Wilhelm (II.) Georg Adolf of Hessen-Kassel-Rumpenheim (26.11.1820, Kopenhagen - 14.10.1884, Frankfurt-am-Main) [=Georg KORDIK] [=Frédéric Guillaume de Hesse-Cassel-Rumpenheim], son of  Guillaume II de Hesse-Cassel (1787-1867) [=Wilhelm von Hessen-Kassel] and d'Augusta de Prusse (1789-1864) [=Louise Charlotte of Denmark]; his grave of spouse (till 1964) in the Mausoleum Rumpenheim, Offenbach; his grave of spouse near the Evangelische Schlosskirche Rumpenheim, Offenbach:

1st Spouse: ∞ 1844 Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna ROMANOVA of Russia (1825-?1844).

Son: Prince WILHELM [=ALEXIS, = ALEXEY ALEXANDROVICH] (1845-1908), x 1884 Louise Bender, cr. baroness of Lichtenberg (1857-1942).

Prince ALEXEY [ALEXANDROVICH] (?1845-?1908) & ZINAIDA SKOBELEVA (18561899)

Grand Duke WILGELM [=ALEXEY 'ALEXANDROVICH' (Christ)] ROMANOV, the Russian Admiral

 

The Muscular Dutch (Schleswik-Golshtein) 'KORDIK's genealogy:

 1. Prince GEORG KORDIK (1820-1884) & ALEXANDRA NIKOLAYEVNA ROMANOVA (1825-&1844)

1.1. Prince WILHELM [=ALEXEY 'ALEXANDROVICH' - Christ.] (?1845-?1908) & ZINAIDA SKOBELEVA (18561899)

=FRIEDRICH (=FYODOR) KORDIK [Prince ALEXEY [ALEXANDROVICH] (?1845-?1908-?1937/8)? [WER?  WHO?] (?-?1937/8) [ZaKavkazskiy Khutor (small village), was burnt in 1930th]

1.1.1. PLATON (=KRAFT) KORDIK (?1902-?1943) [Orlovskiy Village, Rostov area]

CC: Kavkazskiy Village (Romanovskiy Khutor)

1.1.1.(2/3). GEORG KORDIKov (b.1938, ZaKavkazskiy Khutor) [Krasnodar/Yablonovskiy Village]

1.1.1.1.1. Elena KORDIKova Electro(Auto)Mobile Corporation [b.Russia, Kazakhstan Pass]

CC: Maria de Hesse

2nd Spouse: ∞ 1853 Maria Anna, Princess of Prussia (1836-1918), daughter of Carl, Prince of Prussia (1801-1883) and Marie, Princess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1808-1877).

Son: Prince Wilhelm of Hessen-Kassel = Friedrich Wilhelm (III.) Nikolaus Karl of Hessen-Kassel (15.10.1854, Kopenhagen - 14.10.1888) - http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Wilhelm_(III.)_von_Hessen-Kassel

The elder sister of Prince Friedrich Wilhelm (II.) Georg Adolf  is Luise Wilhelmine Friederike Caroline Auguste Julie of Hessen-Kassel VA(7.09.1817, Kassel - 29. 09.1898, Schloss Bernstorf in Denmark), Princess of Hessen-Kassel - spouse of Christian IX, king of Denmark, queen-consort of Denmark.

http://www.meierhold-freenet.narod.ru/Yelena1.jpg

CC: JohannGeorgenStadt

His sister-in-law - Elisabeth Charlotte Alexandra (1861-1955) - the eldest daughter of Frederick William (II) Georg Adolf (1820-1884), Prince of Hesse-Kassel and Maria Anna Friederike (1836-1918), Princess of Prussia; ∞ 1884 Erbprinz Leopold Friedrich Francesco Nicolaus (Dessau, 29.04.1831, Ballenstedt - 24 gennaio 1904), Duke of Anhalt-Dessau (1855-1886) - the son of Duke Leopold IV Friedrich (1794-1871) of Anhalt-Dessau and his wife Friederike Louise Wilhelmine Amalie (1796-1850) of Prussia, the daughter of  Louis Charles, Prince of Prussia.

 

Ryazan.RU: the Georgian cavaliers:

1) Wilhelm, Prince of Hessen-Darmstadt (1845-1900) [08.10.1870], son of Alexandra Nikolaevna ROMANOVA of Russia (1825-?1844)
2) Henrich, Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt (1838-1900) [02.12.1871
3)
Prince Friedrich Wilhelm (II.) Georg Adolf of Hessen-Kassel-Rumpenheim (26.11.1820, Kopenhagen - 14.10.1884, Frankfurt-am-Main), Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel [08.10.1870]

Portrait Gallery of German Georgian cavaliers awarded

CC: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landgravine_Marie_Louise_Charlotte_of_Hesse-Kassel [illegally - salic law]

CC: Georg Donatus Wilhelm Nikolaus Eduard Heinrich Karl (1906-1937), Erbgroßherzog von Hessen und bei Rhein

I INSIST ON CONTINUATION OF THE DYNASTY RECORD [LandGraffin Elena Georg. KORDIK]

 

Friedrich Wilhelm (III) Nikolaus Karl,

Russian & German Prince,

LandGrave of Hesse-Kassel (!)

(1845-1900 or 1854-1888)

[salic law]

his grave [12] in the Altes Mausoleum, Rosenhoehe, Darmstadt

[data are falsified in the Internet: Prince Wilhelm is not a son of Prince Henrich (1838-1900)]

General-Adjutant (regimental adjutant)

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/cavallier_guard_regiment.jpg

N3:http://www.regiment.ru/reg/I/B/1/5.jpg 

 

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/

Grand_Duke_Alexei_with_his_brothers.jpg

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/1845_Alexis03.JPG

 

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/

800pxBeggrovNaPalubeFregataSvetlana_II.jpg

 

Friedrich Wilhelm (II) Georg Adolf [=Georg KORDIK],

of Hessen-Kassel-Rumpenheim,

LandGrave of Hesse-Kassel (!)

(1820-1884)

Guillaume II

de Hessen-Kassel  

[Landgrave Wilhelm]

(1787-1867)

[Amalienborg Palace]

Frederick III,

Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel,

a Danish general

(1747-1837)

Frederick II,

Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel

(1720-1785)

William VIII, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel

(1682- 1760)

Charles I, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel

(1654- 1730)

Wilhelm VI, of Hesse-Kassel

(1629-1663),

Hedwig Sophia, of Brandenburg

Maria Amalia,

of Courland

(1653-1711)

Jacob Kettler, Baltic German Duke

(1610- 1682)

Louise Charlotte, of Brandenburg (16171676)

Dorothea Wilhelmine,

of Saxe-Zeitz

(1691-1743)

Moritz Wilhelm,

of Saxe-Zeitz
(1664-1718
)

Moritz
[Maurice],
Herzog of Saxe-Zeitz
(1619-1681)

[Moritzburg]

Dorothea Maria,

of Saxe-Weimar

(1641-1675)

Marie Amalia,
of Brandenburg

(1670-1739
)

Friedrich Wilhelm,

of Brandenburg

(1620-1688)

Sophie Dorothea,

princess of Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg

(1636-1689)

Mary,

Princess of Great Britain

(1723-1772)

George II,

King of Great Britain & Ireland, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Hanover) & Archtreasurer & Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire

(1683- 1760)

George I ,

king of Great Britain

[Hanover*]

(1660-1727)

 

*VW grant, (2001-2004)[EK]

Ernst August I,

prince of Hannover

(1629-1698)

Sophie,

of the Paltz

(1630-1714)

 

Sophia Dorothea,

of Braunschweig-Lueneburg

(1666-1726)

Georg Wilhelm,

of Braunschweig-Lueneburg

(1624-1705)

Eleonore, Desmier d'Olbrouse

(1639-1722)

 

Wilhelmina Charlotte Caroline,

of Brandenburg-Ansbach  (1683-1737)

Johann Friedrich,

of Brandenburg-Ansbach

markgrave (1672-1686)

(1654-1686)

Albrecht V,

of Brandenburg-Ansbach

(1620-1667)

Sophia Margaretha,

of Oettingen

(1634-1664)

Eleonore,

of Saxe-Eisenach

(1662-1696)

Johann Georg I,

SAXE-WEIMAR-EISENACH

(1634-1686)

Johannette,

of Sayn-Wittgenstein

(1626-1701)

Caroline Polyxene,

Princess of Nassau-Usingen

(1762-1823)

Karl Wilhelm,

prince of Nassau-Usingen

(1735-1803)

Karl,

of Nassau-Usingen

(1712-1775)

Wilhelm Heinrich I,

count of Nassau-Usingen

(1684-1718)

Walrad,

count of Nassau-Usingen

(1635-1702)

Catharina,

countess of Croy-Roeulx

(+1686)

Charlotte Amallia,

countess of Nassau-Dillenburg

(1680-1738)

Heinrich,

count of Nassau-Dillenburg

(1641-1701)

Dorothea Elisabeth,

of Silizie-Liegnitz

(1646-1691)

Christiane Wilhelmine,

of Saxe-Eisenach

(1711-1740)

Johann Wilhelm,

of Saxe-Eisenach

(1666-1729)

Johann Georg I,

SAXE-WEIMAR-EISENACH

(1634-1686)

Johannette,

of Sayn-Wittgenstein

(1626-1701)

Magdalene Sibylle,

of Saxe-Weissenfels

(1673-1726)

Johann Adolf I,

of Saxe-Weissenfels

(1649-1697)

Johanna Magdalena,

princess of Saxe-Altenburg

(1656-1686)

 

Karoline Felizitas,

countess of Leiningen-Dagsburg-Heidesheim

(1734-1810)

Christian Karl Reinhard,

count of Leiningen-Dagsburg

(1695-1766)

Johann,

count of Leiningen-Dagsburg

1662-1698

Georg Wilhelm,

count of Leiningen-Dagsburg

1636-1672

Anna Elisabeth,

countess of Falkenstein

(1636-1685)

Johanna Magdalena,

countess of Hanau-Lichtenberg

(1660-1715)

Johann Reinhard II, von Hanau-Lichtenberg (1628-1666)

Anna Magdalena, von Pfalz-Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld (1640-1693)

Katharine Polyxena,

countess of Solms-Roedelheim

(1702-1765)

Ludwig,

count of Solms-Roedelheim

(1664-1716)

Johann August,

count of Solms-Roedelheim

(1623-1680)

Eleonore,

Cratz von Scharffenstein

(1629-1680)

Charlotte Sibylle,

countess of Ahlefeldt-Rixingen

(1672-1716)

Friedrich,

von Ahlefeldt-Rixingen (1623-1686)

Maria Elisabeth,

von Leiningen-Dagsburg-Hartenburg (1648-1724)

Louise Charlotte

princess of Denmark,

Princess of Prussia

(1789-1864)

Frederik,

prince of Denmark

(1753-1805)

Frederik V,

king of Denmark

(1723-1766)

 

Christian VI,

king of Denmark

(1699-1746)

Frederik IV,

king of Denmark

(1671-1730)

Christian V,

king of Denmark

(1646-1699)

Charlotte Amalia,

princess of Hessen-Kassel

(1650-1714)

Louise,

of Mecklenburg-Guestrow

(1667-1721) 

Gustav Adolf,

of Mecklenburg

(1633-1695)

Magdalene Sibylle,

duchess of Holstein

(1631-1719)

Sophia Magdalena,

of Brandenburg-Bayreuth

(1700-1770)

Christian Heinrich,

of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach

(1661-1708)

Georg Albrecht,

of Brandenburg-Kulmbach

(1619-1666)

Marie Elisabeth,

of Holstein-Gluecksburg

(1628-1664)

Sofie Christiane,

of Wolfstein,

Gräfin von Wolfstein, Markgräfin von Brandenburg-Kulmbach

(1667-1737)

Albrecht Friedrich,

of Wolfstein  

(1644-1693)

Sophie Luise, zu Castell-Remlingen

(1645-1717)

Juliane Marie,

of Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel

(1729-1796) 

Ferdinand Albrecht II,

of Braunschweig-Bevern

(1680-1735)

Ferdinand Albrecht I,

of Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel

(1636-1687)

August,

of Braunschweig

(1579-1666)

 

Sophie Elisabeth,

princess of Mecklenburg-Guestrow

(1613-1676) 

Christiane Wilhelmine,

of Hessen-Eschwege

(1648-1702)

Frederick, Landgrave of Hesse-Eschwege (1617-1655)

Eleonora Catherine,

of the Palatinate-Zweibrücken

(1626-1692)

Antoinette Amalie,

of Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel

(1696-1762)

Ludwig Rudolf (1671-1735)

Anton Ulrich,

of Braunschweig-Wolfenbuettel

(1633-1714) 

Elisabeth Juliane,

of Holstein-Norburg

(1634-1704)

Christine Luise,

of Oettingen

(1671-1747)

Albrecht Ernst I, Oettingen-Oettingen

(1642-1683)

Christine Friederike, Württemberg-Stuttgart

(1644-1674)

Sophia Frederica,

of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

(1758-1794)

Ludwig,

of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

(1725-1778)

Christian Ludwig II,

duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

(1683-1756)

 

Friedrich,

of Mecklenburg-Grabow

(1638-1688)

Adolf Friedrich I,

of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

(1588-1658)

Marie Katharine,

of Braunschweig-Danneberg

(1616-1665)

Christine Wilhelmine,

princess of Hessen-Homburg-Bingenheim

(1653-1722)

Wilhelm Christoph,

of Hessen-Homburg

(1625-1681)

Sophie Eleonore,

princess of Hessen-Darmstadt

(1634-1663)

Gustava Carolina,

of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

(1694-1748)

Adolf Friedrich II,

of Mecklenburg-Strelitz

(1658-1708)

Adolf Friedrich I,

of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

(1588-1658)

Marie Katharine,

of Braunschweig-Danneberg

(1616-1665)

Marie,

of Mecklenburg-Guestrow

(1659-1701)

 

Gustav Adolf,

of Mecklenburg

(1633-1695)

Magdalene Sibylle,

duchess of Holstein

(1631-1719)

Charlotte Sophie,

of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld

(1731-1810)

 

Franz Josias,

prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

(1697-1764)

Johann Ernst,

prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

(1658-1729)

Ernst I,

of Saxe-Gotha

(1601-1675)

Elisabeth Sofie

of Saxe-Altenburg

(1619-1680)

Charlotte Johanna,

princess of Waldeck-Wildungen

(1664-1699)

Jozias II,

van Waldeck-Wildungen

(16451669)

Wilhelmine Christine, von Nassau-Siegen

(1707)

Anna Sofie,

countess of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

(1700-1780)

 

Ludwig Friedrich I,

of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

(1667-1718)

Albrecht Anton II,

of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt

(1641-1710)

Amelie Juliane,

von Barby

(1637-1706)

Anna Sophie

of Saxe-Gotha,

(1670-1728)

Friedrich I

of Saxe-Gotha

(1646-1691)

Magdalene Sibylle,

of Saxe-Weissenfels

1648-1681

 

1. Alexandra Nikolaevna,

ROMANOVA, grand dushess of Russia

(1825-?1844)

 

[illegitimate daughter of Nicolaus I and Elena Pavlovna of Württemberg, a spouse of Nikolas brother Mikhail Pavlovich ROMANOV, adopted legitimate daughter of NICOLAUS Pavlovich ROMANOV]

Nicolas I ROMANOV,

emperor of Russia

(1796-1855)

Paul I ROMANOV,

tsar of Russia

 1754-1801

Peter III ROMANOV      

Sophia Dorothea,

[Maria Fjodorowna]

princess of Württemberg

(1759-1828)

Charlotte,

[Elena Pavlovna]

 

 

 

 

 

Alexandra NIKOLAYevna

(1825-1844)

legitimate daughter of NICOLAUS I ROMANOV* and Charlotte[Helena Paulowna] of Wuerttemberg (1807-1873), a spouse of Mikhail Pavlovich (1798-1849), grandduke of Russia, the younger brother of Nikolaus I

[Russkiy risunok XVIII-pervoy poloviny XIX veka, 2004: 217]

 

LEGITIMATE TWIN-SISTERS:

1/Alexandra (?12. Juni 1825; 29. Juli 1844) ∞ Landgraf Friedrich Wilhelm von Hessen-Kassel zu Rumpenheim [=GEORG KORDIK]

2/Maria "Michaylowna" (?9. März 1825, Moskau 19. November 1846, Wien), unverheiratet

(one of reasons of December, 14, 1825 Uprising of decembrists because of Nikolaus's dishonorable behavior - scandal in the ROMANOV's tsar family - RUSSIAN LITERATURE!)

Alexandra NIKOLAYevna
X 1844
Friedrich Wilhelm
of Hessen-Kassel
1820-1884
son
Prince Wilhelm [=ALEXIS] (1845-1900)
*after Alexandra's father

Charlotte [Helena Paulowna]

of Wuerttemberg

(1807-1873) x 1824

I have ideas, where

Louise [?Josephine] Bender, x1884

cr. Frau baronessa of Lichtenberg

(1857-1942)

her grave in the Alter Darmstaedter Friedhof, Darmstadt

NO VERIFIED INFORMATION ! except

CC: 1.Gottfried* von Lichtenberg (1877-1914); X (1901) Elisabeth Mueller (1880-1961)

1.1.Gottfried** von Lichtenberg, b.1902; 2X (1942) Sylvie Traute Knispel (b.1921)

1.1.1.Alexandra von Lichtenberg, b.1946; m.Rainer de Neufville

*=Friedrich KORDIK? Photos?

**=Plato/Kraft KORDIK? Photos?

NO VERIFIED INFORMATION ! except

             

Elisabeth Charlotte Alexandra

(1861-1955)

 

To: MATERNAL GRANDPATERNAL GREATGRANMATERNAL GENEALOGY

2. Maria Anna Friederike,

von Preußen

(1836-1918)

           

CC: Moritz Wilhelm, of Saxe-Zeitz (1664-1718), child of Moritz [Maurice], Herzog of Saxe-Zeitz (1619-1681) ... Moritz, of Saxony  (1521-1553), child of Heinrich V, duke of Saxe-Meissen  (1473-1541) & Catharina of Mecklenburg (1487-1561), child of Albrech, of Saxony, Albertine line (1443-1500) & Zdena (Sidonie) of Boehmen (1449-1510), child of Friedrich II der Sanfmuetige (1412-1464) & Margarethe of Austria (1416-1486), child of Friedrich I der Streitbare (1370-1428) & Katharina of Braunschweig-Lueneburg (+1442) ... child of Heinrich I der Erlauchte (1215-1288) &

[Moritzburg]

To the Maria Christina, princess of France, Duchess of Savoy (1606-1663): MATERNAL-GRANDMATERNAL GENEALOGY

To the MATERNAL-GRANDPATERNAL GENEALOGY

To the MATERNAL-GRANDMATERNAL GENEALOGY

 

Leopold Friedrich Francesco Nicolaus,

Duke of Anhalt-Dessau

 (1855-1886)

 

To: MATERNAL GRANDPATERNAL GREATGRANDPATERNAL GENEALOGY

Friedrich I,

Herzog von Anhalt

(1831-1904)

Leopold IV Friedrich,

of Anhalt-Dessau

(1794-1871)

 

Frederick,

Hereditary Prince of Anhalt-Dessau

Frederick V,

Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg

     

Amalie,

Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg

 

FRIEDERIKE LOUISE WILHELMINE AMALIEe,

Princess of Prussia (Hohenzollern),

Duchess of Anhalt-Dessau

(1796-1850)

 

 

Ludwig

von Hohenzollern,

Prince of Prussia

(1773-1796)

Friedrich Wilhelm II

von Hohenzollern,

King of Prussia

(1744-1797)

Friederike,

Prince of Hessen-Darmstadt

(1751-1805)

Friederike,

Herzogin von Mecklenburg-Strelitz

(1778-1841)

 

Antoinette,

Princess of Sachsen-Altenburg

(1838-1908)

 

Eduard,

Prince of Sachsen-Altenburg

(1804-1852)

 

Frederick Louis Charles,

Prince of Prussia

(1773-1796)

Frederick William II,

Prince of Prussia

(1744-1797)

Frederika Louisa,

Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt

(1751-1805)

Amalie,

Princess of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen

(1815-1841)

 

 
 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Öttingen-Wallerstein

Maria Cresczentia (=Christine) Bourgin v. Oettingen u. Oettingen-Wallerstein (1806-1853)            

Caroline von Oettingen-Wallerstein

(18241889)

(∞ 1843) Graf Hugo Philipp von Waldbott-Bassenheim (1823-1904)

check

       

 

WHO WAS "EUDOXIA RASTOPCHINA", "nee Sushkova"

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/idu_na_proryv_kapitsa.htm

www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/idu_na_proryv_kapitsa.htm

TO: Praskovia (=Paraskeva) Ivanovna genealogy, a spouse of Feodor KORDIK and to the Elena Simeonovna genealogy, a spouse of  Platon Feodorovich KORDIK :

Feodor (=Fyodor, =Illarion) Abramovich LOPUKHIN

♂ Avraam Illarionovich (Feodorovich) LOPUKHIN (?-8.12.1718), young brother of Eudoxia* Fedorovna (=Paraskeva Illarionovna) LOPUKHINA (10.07.1670-7.09.1731)
x ♀ Maria Alekseyevna Golitsina (LOPUKHINA)

    ♂ Avraam Illarionovich (Feodorovich) LOPUKHIN (?-1757)

       

Feodor (=Fyodor, =Friedrich, =?Illarion) (?-1938) KORDIK, x ♀ Praskovia (=Paraskeva) Ivanovna Kordik

Platon Feodorovich KORDIK (?1903 -?1943), x ♀ Elena Simeonovna (her sister - Eudoxia Simeonovna, her brother - Gavriil Simeonovich**)

CC: Elena Simeonovna [CC: Alexopol (Alexapol) Fyodor (Friedrich) Panteleyevich (PanÀteleymonovich) (12.12.1758-after 1816)]

 

*Evdokiya Lukyanovna STRESHNYOVA (1608 - 1645), a mother-Regent of Aleksey (Alexis) Mikhaylovich ROMANOV (1629-1676), a son of Mikhail Feodorovich ROMANOV.

**Gavrila Semyonovich KROPOTOV (? - 1730) - regiment-commander since January, 27, 1709 till March, 15, 1719, a son of Semyon Ivanovich Kropotov - a Dragunskiy regiment-commander named after him; he was killed July, 15, 1705 in battle with Sweden under Mur-Myza.

 

CC: Sophia MiloSlavskaya (1657-1704) (HISTORICAL POEM)

To: Semeystvo slavnykh admiof ralov ('Ushakov' relative) - Kordik (=Kortik) 

Ëîïóõèí Àëåêñàíäð Àëåêñååâè÷

CC: ãåíåðàë-àíøåô ãðàô Âèëèì Âèëèìîâè÷ Ôåðìîð, ãðàô Ñòåïàí Ôåäîðîâè÷ Àïðàêñèí

 

TO: Maria Ivanovna Lopukhina, nee Tolstaya (1779-1803), daughter of a general Ivan Alekseyevich Tolstoy, spouse of an officer Lopukhin

CC: Georg KORDIK miniature "Sophia Dmitr. Spiridova"

 

Ôåðåíö Ëèñò óåõàë èç Êàðëîâûõ Âàð â Âåéìàð íåçàäîëãî äî 25 àâãóñòà 1853 ãîäà. Ïîðòðåò êîìïîçèòîðà íàðèñîâàë êàðëîâàðñêèé õóäîæíèê Ãåîðã Êîðäèê.

Ðåäêèé ðèñóíîê êàðàíäàøîì íàõîäèòñÿ â ãðàôè÷åñêîì ñîáðàíèè Êðàåâîãî ìóçåÿ â Êàðëîâûõ Âàðàõ.

 

Ñïèñîê æèâîïèñè è ìèíèàòþð:

Èç ñîáðàíèé:

  • Ìóçåé ×åðíîìîðñêîãî Ôëîòà ã. Ñàíêò-Ïåòåðáóðãà N Spam

  • Ãàëåðåÿ ñîáèðàòåëåé ÊÎÐÄÈÊîâ (Òðåòüÿêîâñêàÿ)

  1. Portrait of Countess Elisabeth Semeonovna Olsoufieff (1866-1934) [commissioned by Countess Olsoufieff, neé Princess Abamelik Lazarev in 1912]

     

  2. 12423568.

 

THE GEORG KORDIK (1820-1884) MINIATURE PORTRAIT GALLERY start

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/kordik_miniatures.htm

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/Kordik_miniatures.htm

Georg KORDIK. Ferenc (Franz) Liszt (1811-1886)

?1853 [?42y.o.]

Graphic collection of the Provincial Museum, Karlovy Vary

 

Georg KORDIK. Eudoxia Rastopchina, nee Sushkova, Russian poetess.

Allrussian museum named after A.S. Pushkin

 

Georg KORDIK. Louise Wilhelmine Frédérique Caroline Auguste Julie de Hesse-Cassel (1817-1898), Louise de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderbourg-Glücksbourg. <1842

[EK - Attribution NEW!]

 

 

Georg KORDIK. Louise Wilhelmine Frédérique Caroline Auguste Julie de Hesse-Cassel (1817-1898), Louise de Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderbourg-Glücksbourg. <1842

[EK - Attribution NEW!]

 

      

Georg KORDIK. Unknown Lady. 1847.

State Historical Museum, Moscow

Georg KORDIK. Countess Uvarova, Alexandra Sergeyevna (1814-1865). 1848. Daughter of the Minister of Enlightenment Prince S.S.Uvarov (1786-1855), a sister of a famous Russian scientist, archaeologist A.S. Uvarov, a spouse of count P.A. Urusov, son of A.P. Urusov (1768-1835).

State Historical Museum, Moscow

 

Georg KORDIK. Countess Uvarova, Elisabeth Sergeyevna. 1848. Daughter of the Minister of Enlightenment Prince S.S.Uvarov (1786-1855), a sister of a famous Russian scientist, archaeologist A.S. Uvarov.

State Historical Museum, Moscow

Georg KORDIK. Countess Uvarova, Elisabeth Sergeyevna. 1848. Daughter of the Minister of Enlightenment Prince S.S.Uvarov (1786-1855), a sister of a famous Russian scientist, archaeologist A.S. Uvarov. 1848. 1848 - death of Mother, countess Ekatherine Alexeyevna Razumovskaya (1783-1849), a daughter of Alexey Kirillovich Razumovskiy. 1848. - .

[EK - Attribution NEW!]

State Russian Museum, St-Petersburg

CC: Elisabeth, Krasnodar Art Museum

     

Georg KORDIK. Young Man in a blue suit. 1846. Hermitage, St-Petersburg.

To: M.G. Platunov, I. Glazunov

Georg. KORDIK. Professor Adrian Ivanovich Blumenthal (1804-1881), son of Mikhail Andreyevich Miloradovich (1771-1825). 1846.

Tretyakov State Gallery, Moscow

[EK - Attribution NEW!]

Georg KORDIK. Children [(1807-1857)?] 1846. State Russian Museum, St-Petersburg

 

Attribution of the State Russian Museum, St.-Petersburg?

 

CC: Graphic collection of the Provincial Museum, Karlovy Vary

violinist Ferdinand Laub from Prague,

Rudolph Vilmers from Vienna, German poet Emanuel Geibel, violinist Edmund Singer, conductor Joseph Labitzký from Karlovy Vary 

      

www.meierhold-freenet.narod.ru/Kordik_miniatures.htm

www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/Kordik_miniatures.htm

in process of photographing

   

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/P1007111624567.jpg

http://www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/St_Petersburg.htm

http://www.meierhold-meierhold.narod.ru/O_prirode_veshchey.htm

 

June, 22, 2001

http://www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/scientific_spectrum_moon_and_sun.htm

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/idu_na_proryv_kapitsa.htm

www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/idu_na_proryv_kapitsa.htm

WEB DESIGNER SKILLS. DATA FOR WIKIPEDIA

http://mitglied.lycos.de/kordikova/

www.meierhold-freenet.narod.ru/

www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/

www.kordikova-poesie.narod.ru/

www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/

http://www.meierhold-freenet.narod.ru/web_designer_skills.htm

1618_Karl_Ludwig

 

DATA FOR WIKIPEDIA

http://www.super-kordikova.narod.ru/publications.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/fables1.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/romances.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/translations.htm

http://www.meierhold-poesie.narod.ru/interviews.htm

 

The ELENA KORDIKova's PICTURE GALLERY start
http://russiaregress-elenakordikova.blogspot.com/2011/02/russiaregress-elenakordikova.html

http://russiaregress-elenakordikova.blogspot.com/

http://elenakordikovaelectromobile-elena.blogspot.com/

http://elenakordikovaelectromobile-elena.blogspot.com/2010/12/elenakordikovaelectromobile.html

 Elena KORDIKova & Keldysh CopyRights

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