The third child of Robert and Clara " and in Dresden born daughter of the Schumanns was according to general notion was " the most beautiful Schumann girl." Because of her fragile health state, Julie Schumann lived most of the time with friends of Clara Schumann in the south, where she also made acquaintance with her later husband, Count Vittorio Amadeo Radicati di Marmorito, whom she married in 1869 in Lichtenthal by Baden-Baden. Which was ,at that time, the residence of her mother. Johannes Brahms even acted as man of honor, although very sorry to do so, since he admired Julie very much. Julie died three years after the marriage when she gave birth to her third child.
There are still direct descendants of this family, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Robert and Clara Schumann."
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 22 September 2020), memorial page for Julie Schumann Radicati di Marmorito (10 Mar 1845–10 Nov 1872), Find A Grave: Memorial #174404482, citing Cimetière du Père Lachaise, Paris, City of Paris, Île-de-France, France ; Maintained by Thomas Haas (contributor 48162931) .
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