Eliza (Astor) von Rumpff (1801-1838)
Eliza (Astor), Countess von Rumpff; died without issue
She accompanied her father to Europe in the 1820s and for two years lived with him at the Villa de Saugy on Lake Geneva in Switzerland. In 1825, her father delayed his return home to New York to walk her down the aisle and as a wedding present he gave her Saugy. The Count and Countess von Rumpff divided their time between Paris and Lake Geneva. They died without children.
Contributed by Mark Meredith on 01/10/2018 and last updated on 07/08/2021.
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