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Prince Carl Oscar, Duke of Södermanland

Prince Carl Oscar
Duke of Södermanland
An engraving of Carl Oscar.
Born (1852-12-14)14 December 1852
Stockholm Palace, Stockholm, Sweden
Died 13 March 1854(1854-03-13) (&&&&&&&&&&&&04541 year 2 months)
Stockholm Palace, Stockholm, Sweden
Full name
Carl Oscar Vilhelm Fredrik
House House of Bernadotte
Father King Charles XV & IV
Mother Princess Louise of the Netherlands
Swedish Royalty
House of Bernadotte
Charles XIV John
Oscar I
Oscar I
Charles XV
Prince Gustaf, Duke of Uppland
Oscar II
Princess Eugenie
Prince August, Duke of Dalarna
Charles XV
Lovisa, Queen of Denmark
Prince Carl Oscar, Duke of Södermanland
Oscar II
Gustaf V
Prince Oscar, Duke of Gotland
Prince Carl, Duke of Västergötland
Prince Eugen, Duke of Närke
Margaretha, Princess Axel of Denmark
Märtha, Crown Princess of Norway
Astrid, Queen of Belgium
Prince Carl, Duke of Östergötland
Gustaf V
Gustaf VI Adolf
Prince Vilhelm, Duke of Södermanland
Prince Erik, Duke of Västmanland
Prince Lennart, Duke of Småland
Gustaf VI Adolf
Prince Gustaf Adolf, Duke of Västerbotten
Prince Sigvard, Duke of Uppland
Ingrid, Queen of Denmark
Prince Bertil, Duke of Halland
Prince Carl Johan, Duke of Dalarna
Princess Margaretha, Mrs. Ambler
Birgitta, Princess Johann Georg of Hohenzollern
Princess Désirée, Baroness Silfverschiöld
Princess Christina, Mrs. Magnuson
Carl XVI Gustaf
Carl XVI Gustaf
Crown Princess Victoria, Duchess of Västergötland
Prince Carl Philip, Duke of Värmland
Princess Madeleine, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland
Princess Estelle, Duchess of Östergötland
Princess Leonore, Duchess of Gotland
Prince Nicolas, Duke of Ångermanland

Prince Carl Oscar Vilhelm Frederik of Sweden, (Stockholm, 14 December 1852 – Stockholm, 13 March 1854) was a prince of Sweden and Norway.


Carl Oscar was the only son in the marriage of Crown Prince Charles (later King Charles XV and IV) of the United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway (1826–1872) and Princess Louise of the Netherlands (1828–1871).

In February 1854 the young prince suffered from the measles, and was prescribed a cold bath. This led to pneumonia, and the prince died when he was little over a year old. He is interred in Riddarholmskyrkan in Stockholm.


Coat of arms of Prince Carl Oscar, Duke of Södermanland


16. Jean Henri Bernadotte
8. Charles XIV John of Sweden
17. Jeanne de Saint Vincent
4. Oscar I of Sweden
18. François Clary
9. Désirée Clary
19. Françoise Rose Somis
2. Charles XV of Sweden
20. Alexandre, vicomte de Beauharnais
10. Eugène de Beauharnais
21. Joséphine de Tascher de La Pagerie
5. Duchess Josephine of Leuchtenberg
22. Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria
11. Princess Augusta of Bavaria
23. Princess Augusta Wilhelmine of Hesse-Darmstadt
1. Prince Carl Oscar of Sweden
24. William V, Prince of Orange
12. William I of the Netherlands
25. Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia
6. Prince Frederik of the Netherlands
26. Frederick William II of Prussia
13. Princess Wilhelmine of Prussia
27. Princess Frederika Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt
3. Princess Louise of the Netherlands
28. Frederick William II of Prussia (= 26)
14. Frederick William III of Prussia
29. Princess Frederika Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt (= 27)
7. Princess Louise of Prussia
30. Charles II, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
15. Duchess Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
31. Landgravine Friederike of Hesse-Darmstadt
Prince Carl Oscar, Duke of Södermanland
Born: 14 December 1852 Died: 13 March 1854
Swedish royalty
Preceded by
Prince Oscar, later King Oscar I
Duke of Södermanland Succeeded by
Vilhelm, Duke of Södermanland
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