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  1. Eva von Sacher-Masoch, Baroness Erisso (4 December 1912 – 22 May 1991) was an Austrian aristocrat, great-niece of utopian humanist author Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (1836–1895) whose father Leopold Johann Nepomuk Ritter von Sacher ("Ritter" meaning knight, a title of nobility), combined his own with the von Masoch Slovak ...

  2. 30. Aug. 2021 · The family relocated to England but the couple divorced 1952; the Baroness Erisso then taught dance in private boarding schools to help support her daughter. The family’s interesting history and genealogy was a featured in a 2013 documentary on the BBC TV program, “Who Do You Think You Are?”

    • Female
    • December 4, 1912
    • Robert Glynn Faithfull
    • May 22, 1991
  3. 23. März 2024 · The family relocated to England, but the couple divorced 1952; the Baroness Erisso then taught dance in private boarding schools to help support her daughter. The family’s interesting history and genealogy was a featured in a 2013 documentary on the BBC TV program, “Who Do You Think You Are?”

    • Budapest
    • Budapest, Hungary
    • Major Dr. Robert Glynn Faithfull
    • December 4, 1911
  4. 14. Nov. 2023 · Lebensdaten erwähnt 20. Jahrhundert Geburtsort Budapest Sterbeort Berkshire Beruf/Funktion Tänzerin; Tänzerin Konfession-Normdaten GND: 139584552 | OGND | VIAF: 101308940

  5. 22. Mai 1991 · The family relocated to England but the couple divorced 1952; the Baroness Erisso then taught dance in private boarding schools to help support her daughter. The family’s interesting history and genealogy was a featured in a 2013 documentary on the BBC TV program, “Who Do You Think You Are?”

  6. Dates of Life erwähnt 20. Jahrhundert Place of birth Budapest Place of death Berkshire Occupation Tänzerin; Tänzerin Religious Denomination-Authority Data

  7. Sacher-Masoch, Eva Hermine von (Früherer Name) (Geburtsname) Sacher-Masoch, Eva Hermine von, Freiin Erisso (Vollständiger Name) Sacher-Masoch, Eva von, Baroness Erisso Masoch, Eva Hermine von Sacher-Masoch, Eva Hermine von Quelle