Adelheid von Rothschild

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Adelheid von Rothschild
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Adelheid and Edmond James de Rothschild in 1914 visit to Holy Land in then Palestine.
Born(1853-08-19)19 August 1853
Died22 June 1935(1935-06-22) (aged 81)
Resting placeRamat HaNadiv (Israel)
NationalityGerman French
Spouse(s)
ChildrenJames Armand de Rothschild
Maurice de Rothschild
Alexandrine de Rothschild
Parent(s)Wilhelm Carl von Rothschild
Mathilde Hannah von Rothschild
RelativesEdmond Adolphe de Rothschild (grandson)

Adelheid von Rothschild (also Adélaïde de Rothschild, 19 August 1853 – 22 June 1935) was a member of the Rothschild family.

Early life[edit]

Adelheid was born on 19 August 1853 in Frankfurt. She was one of three daughters of Wilhelm Carl von Rothschild and Mathilde Hannah von Rothschild of the Naples branch of the Rothschild family.

Her paternal grandparents were Carl Mayer von Rothschild and Adelheid (née Hertz) von Rothschild. Her maternal grandparents were Anselm von Rothschild and Charlotte Nathan Rothschild (the daughter of Nathan Mayer Rothschild).

Personal life[edit]

In 1877, she married her cousin Baron Edmond Benjamin James de Rothschild (1845–1934), the youngest child of James Mayer Rothschild and Betty von Rothschild. Together, they were the parents of three children:[1]

From the 1880s, Adelheid became involved in her husband's life work in Palestine. In 1954, her remains were laid to rest alongside those of her husband at Ramat HaNadiv in Israel.[1][2]

Descendants[edit]

Through her son Maurice, she was the grandmother of Baron Edmond Adolphe Maurice Jules Jacques de Rothschild (1926–1997), who married Nadine Lhopitalier (b. 1932).

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c https://family.rothschildarchive.org/people/79-adelheid-von-rothschild-1853-1935
  2. ^ "Bodies of de Rothschilds To Be Taken to Holy Land". The New York Times. 20 November 1935. Retrieved 5 November 2017.