Rupert I

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Rupert I
Prince of Prussia
Head of the House of Hartmann
tenure1968 - 1988
PredecessorPrincess Emily
SuccessorRupert II
Born27 August 1916
Chicago, U.S. w:United States
Died21 July 2013(2013-07-21) (aged 95)
Little Rock, U.S. w:United States
ConsortLady Virginia May (div.)
Lady Verona (died in 2005)
IssuePrince Rupert II
Princess Katheryn
Prince James
Prince Michael
Princess Kathy
FatherFrancis Lovekin
MotherHRH Princess Emily

Prince Rupert I (27 August 1916 – 21 July 2013) of the House of Hartmann was the Maternal great-grandfather of Wilhelm I, the New European Emperor. He was the head of a Prussian noble family that has resided in the United States and now New Europe for over 150 years. Rupert I stepped down as family head in 1988 in favour of his oldest son Rupert II. He retired to the southern United States where he lived peacefully until he suffered heart failure at the age of 95. He was veteran of the D-Day invasion of France and the Battle of the Bulge during the Second World War.

Titles and styles

  • 27 August 1916 – 21 July 2013: His Royal Highness Prince Rupert I of Prussia
Styles of
Prince Rupert I
Reference style His Royal Highness
Spoken style Your Royal Highness
Alternative style Sir
Rupert I
Born: 27 August 1916 Died: 21 July 2013
German nobility
Preceded by
Princess Emily
Head of the House of Hartmann
1968 - 1988
Succeeded by
Rupert II