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Slægten Reventlow:

Eugen Reventlow
(1798 - 1885)

Count Eugen Reventlow (1798-1885) and Count Theodor Reventlow (1801-1873) were the children of Danish diplomat and noble Cay Friedrich Reventlow. Eugen was appointed Secretary to the Danish Legation in St. Petersburg in 1823. He remained there until his brother Theodor assumed the position in 1828. As Eleanor Middleton succumbed to illness in 1827, her diary entries likely refer to the elder Reventlow. The portrait in the Album however may be of either brother. The bust-length portrait presents Count Reventlow facing partly left, eyes looking forward, against a background of grey clouds. The young man wears a blue-black coat with gold buttons, a beige waistcoat, and a white shirt with a black cravat.


Andre slægter:

Josias Rantzau
(1609 - 1650)



Slotte og Herregårde


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Heraldik


Reventlow, Christian Ditlev 1671-1738
Reventlow, Christian Ditlev 1671-1738

Ridder af Elefanten

Symbolum: "CUM DEO ET TEMPORE"

Kilde: Herman von Hams kopibog side 179, Ordenskapitlet.



Gravsten og epitafier


Komtesse Malvine Frederikke Reventlow (1867-1940)
Komtesse Malvine Frederikke Reventlow (1867-1940)

Gudmuntorp Kirkegård, Gudmuntorp, Höör, Skåne, Sverige
   

Udskriv Tilføj bogmærke
Joakim Bjørnsen

Joakim Bjørnsen

Mand - ca. 1467

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