Maria Josepha of Austria - Issue

Issue

Maria Josepha and Frederick Augustus had fourteen children:

  1. Frederick August of Saxony (1720–1721) died in infancy.
  2. Prince Joseph August of Saxony (1721–1728) died in infancy.
  3. Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony (1722–1763) married Maria Antonia of Bavaria and had issue.
  4. Maria Amalia of Saxony (1724–1760) married Charles III of Spain and had issue.
  5. Maria Margaretha of Saxony (1727–1734) died in infancy.
  6. Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony (1728–1797) married Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria and had no issue.
  7. Francis Xavier of Saxony (1730–1806) married morganatically Maria Chiara Spinucci and had issue.
  8. Maria Josepha of Saxony (1731–1767) married Louis, Dauphin of France and had issue.
  9. Charles of Saxony (1733–1796) married Franciscka of Corvin-Krasinska and had issue.
  10. Maria Elisabeth of Saxony (1736–1818) died unmarried.
  11. Maria Christina of Saxony (1735–1782) died unmarried.
  12. Albert of Saxony (1738–1822) married Maria Christina of Austria and had issue.
  13. Clemens Wenceslaus of Saxony (1739–1812) died unmarried.
  14. Maria Kunigunde of Saxony (1740–1826) died unmarried.

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