They only reconciled during Sophie's terminal illness, when she died in the Margrave's arms. She did not, reportedly, have the same spiritual interests of her sisters. The Margraviate of Schwedt was only a small holding, but enjoyed a prosperous economy due to immigrant Huguenots .
Sophie is the French form of the Greek Sophia, for which it is also commonly used as a nickname. Sophies are scattered throughout European royal history, including Sophie of Thuringia, Duchess of Brabant, Princess Sophie of Sweden, and in modern times, Sophie, Duchess of Wessex, the wife of Britain's Prince Edward.
261. Sophie Theodora of Castell-Remlingen (mother of 130) 262. George August, Count of Erbach-Schönberg (father of 131) 263. Ferdinande Henriette, Countess of Stolberg-Gedern (mother of 131) 264. Frederick III, Duke of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (father of 132) 265. Luise Dorothea of Saxe-Meiningen (mother of 132) 266.
Arnoldiana, ou Sophie Arnould et ses contemporaines; recueil choisi d'Anecdotes piquantes, de Réparties et de bons Mots de Mlle Arnould précédé d'une notice sur sa vie précédé d'une Notice sur sa Vie et sur l'Académie impériale de Musique. (French) (as Editor) De Ville d'Avray, A. See: Ville D'Avray, A. de. De Voisins, Gilbert