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Princess Maria Christina Of Saxony (1770-1851) - See Also
... generation none 10th generation none 11th generation Maria Amalia, Queen of Spain1 Princess Maria Margaretha1 Maria Anna Sophia, Electress of Bavaria1 Maria Josepha, Dauphine of France1 Maria Christina, Abbess ...
Maria Anna Sophia Of Saxony - Titles, Styles, Honours and Arms - Titles and Styles
29 August 1728 – 9 July 1747 Her Serene Highness Princess Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony 9 July 1747 – 30 December 1777 Her Serene Highness The Electress of Bavaria 30 December 1777 ...
Archduchess Maria Johanna Gabriela Of Austria - Early Life and Education
... Archduchess Maria Johanna Gabriela Josepha Antonia, commonly called Johanna or Johanna Gabriela, was born at the Vienna Hofburg on 4 February 1750 as the eleventh child and ninth ... One year later, she was joined by a sister, Archduchess Maria Josepha ... and was thus placed in the Kindskammer (the imperial nursery) along with her siblings Maria Josepha, Maria Carolina, Ferdinand Charles, Maria ...
Crown Of Queen Maria Josepha
... Crown of Maria Josepha was made for Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria, wife of King Augustus III of Poland, for her coronation as Polish queen in 1734 ...
Archduchess Maria Josepha Of Austria - Biography
... Born in 19 March 1751, Maria Josepha was the ninth but sixth surviving daughter of Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor and Maria Theresa, Queen of Hungary and Bohemia ... the death of her sister-in-law Princess Isabella of Parma, Maria Josepha was the most important female at court after her mother, niece Archduchess Maria Theresia and sister Archduchess Maria. 1767 when her older brother Archduke Joseph married to a second cousin, Maria Josepha of Bavaria ...

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