Folke Bernadotte af Wisborg (1895 - 1948)
2 Jan 1895
17 Sep 1948
Ben Zion Guini Square, Hapalmah Street, Jerusalem
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| House of Bernadotte . Norra begravningsplatsen, Stockholm, Stockholm
Biography 1895 jan 2 born as son to prince Oscar and mother Ebba Munch av Fulkila  .His father had lost his prince title as he had married  Ebba who was not from a Royal family. His childhood was very religious.
Folke Bernadotte was Swedish count and ambassador. He is most famous for that he in 1945 was part of that 20 000 prisoners from german
1948 sep 17 was murded in Ben Zion Guini Square, Hapalmah Street, Jerusalem assassinated by members of the armed Jewish Zionist group Lehi (commonly known as the Stern Gang or Stern Group) 
Prince Oscar Bernadottes Familjegrav
Family grave at
Norra Begravningsplatsen grave number 22 2 21F 38, Coordinates
Prins Oscar Bernadottes Familjegrav
For more information about the grave see
1.0 1.1 Populär Historia 9/2008 Mordet på Folke Bernadotte
↑ SVAR Census 1910
Home parish Engelbrekt
Place of residence Tallen N:o 12 N:o 3060
Deanery Stockholms stad
County Stockholms stad
Birth year 1895
Birth parish Stockholm
Marital status Ogift
Family status s.
Family status code Barn
Family no 1
Created by Riksarkivet SVAR-Svensk arkivinformation
About the household
Persons in the household
Fam. no 1 Bernadotte af Visborg, Oscar Carl August, b. 1859 in Stockholm, Vice amiral
Ebba, b. 1858 in Jönköping Jönköpings län
Carl Oscar, b. 1890 in Karlskrona Blekinge län, Kadett
Folke, b. 1895 in Stockholm, Studerande
Maria, b. 1889 in Karlskrona Blekinge län, Sjuksköterska
Ebba, b. 1892 in Karlskrona Blekinge län
Elsa, b. 1893 in Skeppsholm Stockholms stad
18950102 Bernadotte af Wisborg, Folke
Död 17/9 1948.
Kyrkobokförd i Oscar (Stockholms stad, Uppland).
Född 2/1 1895 (ingen uppgift om födelseort)
Motsvarande folkbokföringsförsamling(ar) 1/1 2014: Oscar, Stockholms stad (Stockholms län, Uppland)
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