Prince Friedrich (Fedor Lvovich)
  Sayn-Wittgenstein,
 Count von Altenkirchen

(1836 - 1909)

Dmitri Nikolaevich Nabokov
(1826 - 1904)

Wilhelmine Hagen
(1854 - 1917)

Baroness Maria Ferdinandovna Korff
(1842 - 1925)


married 16 Apr 1900, St.Petersburg

Prince Heinrich Gottfried Chlodwig (Genrikh Fedorovich) Sayn-Wittgenstein

Elizaveta Dmitrievna Nabokov

bd. 1 Feb 1879, Frankfurt am Main
dd. 18 Jan 1919, Vinnitsa (Russia), in prison

Officer, landowner: estates Druzhnoselie (Gov't St.Petersburg); Kamenka (Gov't Podolia/ Kamyanets-Podolskyi); Dodukovo (Gov't Vilnius)

Most recent genealogical information on the Russian branch of the ramified Sayn-Wittgenstein family is in Section III A, Line I of Genealogisches Handbuch des Adels - Fürstliche Häuser, vol. 15, 1997, p.628-633. Condensed genealogical information from the Russian viewpoint in Nabokovskii Vestnik, 2, p.64-76

The only time Vladimir Nabokov traveled within Russia before his hasty train trip to the Crimea in 1917 was a visit to Heinrich Sayn-Wittgenstein's "splendid estate" of Kamenka (Gov't Podolia/Kamyanets-Podolskyi, "near Popelyukha," SW Russia) with his family in August, 1911

SM 60, 61

tree  »#6 Sayn-Wittgenstein

bd. 13 Sep 1877, St.Petersburg
dd. 15 Jun 1942, Bucharest (Romania)

Maid of honor of the last two Russian Empresses

SM 60, 61, 107, 118

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

spouses: 1, 2


Children:

Prince Ludwig/Leon (Lev) Sayn-Wittgenstein (*1901)
Prince Peter (Pyotr) Sayn-Wittgenstein (*1902)
Princess Dorothea (Daria) Sayn-Wittgenstein (*1904)

Maria (1906 - 1907)
Prince Friedrich Theodor (Fedor) Sayn-Wittgenstein (*1909)


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