Ferdinand Wilhelm von Württemberg-Neuenstadt (Württemberg)
|Birthplace:||Neuenstadt am Kocher, Württemberg, Deutschland(HRR)|
|Death:||Died in Sluis, Sluis, Zeeland, Nederlande|
|Place of Burial:||Neuenstadt am Kocher, Württemberg, Deutschland(HRR)|
Son of Friedrich von Württemberg, Herzog zu Württemberg-Neuenstadt and Klare Auguste von Braunschweig-Lüneburg, Herzogin zu Württemberg-Neuenstadt
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About Ferdinand Willem, Duke of Württemberg-Neuenstadt
Ferdinand Willem, Duke of Wurttemberg-Neuenstadt (September 12, 1659, Neuenstadt am Kocher – June 7, 1701, Sluis) was a general in the Dutch army.
Ferdinand Wilhelm (original German spelling) was the sixth child of Frederick (Württemberg-Neuenstadt).He fought at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 and the Battle of Steenkerque in 1692.
Appointed general on August 20, 1693 after the Battle of Neerwinden, he became commander of the Garde te Voet as successor of Count Solms, who was killed at the battle.