Mary of Modena - Ancestry


Ancestors of Mary of Modena
16. Cesare d'Este
8. Alfonso III d'Este
17. Virginia de' Medici
4. Francesco I d'Este
18. Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy
9. Isabella of Savoy
19. Catherine Michelle of Spain
2. Alfonso IV d'Este
20. Alexander Farnese, Duke of Parma
10. Ranuccio I Farnese, Duke of Parma
21. Infanta Maria of GuimarĂ£es
5. Maria Caterina Farnese of Parma
22. Giovanni Francesco Aldobrandini
11. Margherita Aldobrandini
23. Olimpia Aldobrandini
1. Mary of Modena
24. Giovanni Battista Martinozzi
12. Vincenzo Martinozzi
25. Bianca Lanci
6. Hieronymus Martinozzi
26. Matteo Marcolini
13. Margherita Marcolini
27. Tommosa Bertozzi
3. Laura Martinozzi
28. Girolamo Mazarini
14. Peter Mazarini
29. Margherita de Franchis Passavera
7. Laura Mazarini
30. Giulio Buffalini, Count of San Giustino
15. Hortense Buffalini
31. Francesca Belloni

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