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Baron Charles von Hügel (1795-1870)

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Baron Charles (Carl, Karl) Alexander Anselm von Hügel (1795-1870)
- Austrian soldier, diplomat, courtier, horticulturist and scholar.

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Baron von Hügel - Chronology

Source: Hügel, Anatole von (ed.), 1903. Charles von Hügel - Apr 25, 1795 - June 2, 1870 (Memorial Volume). Privately printed, Cambridge, 76 pp.., illust.
23 Apr 1795
Born in Regensburg (Ratisbon), Bavaria
[A. Hügel (1903), gives an erroneous date of birth: 25 April]
1810
Commenced studies at Heildelberg Univ., as law student
1813-1824
Officer of Austrian Hussars, taking part in the war (1813-1815) against Napoleon
1817-1818
Travelled in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Russia
1819-1821
Stationed with Austrian troops in Southern France and then, in Italy
1824-1830
Residing as private scientist and scholar at Hietzing outside Vienna
1831-1836
Setting out from Toulon, France travelled extensively in Greece, Egypt, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Tripoli, Palestine, South India, Ceylon, Singapore, Sumatra, Java, New Holland (Australia), New Zealand, Norfolk Island, Philippines, China, Macao, Malaya, North India, Kashmir, Afghanistan, Himalayas, Punjab, returning via Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena to London
1837-1848
Residing as private scientist and scholar at Hietzing outside Vienna
1847
Bethrothed in Verona, Italy to Elizabeth Farquharson, the teenage daughter of a Scottish general
1848
On the outbreak of the revolution conveyed the Chancellor, Prince Metternich, out of Vienna to Feldsberg and thence, by the Hague, to England
1849
Rejoined the army and under Field-Marshal Radetzky took part in the campaign in the Northern Italy
1850-1859
Austrian Envoy extraordinary to Grand Ducal Court of Tuscany in Florence
1851
Married Elizabeth Farquharson in Florence
[This marriage to his Protestant British bride took place by papal dispensation]
Children:
  • Friedrich (1852-1925) who became a well-known Catholic theologian in England
    Children:
    • Gertrud
    • Hildegard
    • Thekla
  • Anatole Andreas (1854-1928) who became Curator of Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 1884-1928. Co-founder of St.Edmund's College, Cambridge. His travels are described in: Roth, Jane and Steven Hooper (eds.), 1990, The Fiji Journals of Baron Anatole Von Hugel 1875-1877. Suva: Fiji Museum in association with Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology.
  • Pauline (1858-1901)

1860-1867
Austrian Ambassador in Brussels, Belgium
1867-1870
Lived in retirement with his family at Torquay, England
2 Jun 1870
Died in Brussels, on his way to Vienna

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