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  Franz, Duke of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Franz Bonaventura Adalbert Maria Herzog von Bayern (born July 14, 1933), styled as His Royal Highness The Duke of Bavaria, is head of the Wittelsbach family, the former ruling family of the Kingdom of Bavaria.
The Wittelsbachs continue to be held in high esteem in Bavaria, and are treated in many respects as though they were still a royal dynasty, although none of their titles are recognised under German law except as a legal part of their names.
Theoretically, it is possible in 1913, that the rights to the Throne of Greece would have devolved to Prince Leopold of Bavaria, next brother of King Louis, and son-in-law of the Empress Elisabeth (Sisi) of Austria.
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 List of rulers of Bavaria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Following the death of the last Duke of Lower Bavaria, Bavaria was reunited under Emperor Louis IV (Louis IV of Bavaria).
In 1623, Elector Maximilian I of Bavaria was raised to Electoral Status, gaining the seat of the Elector Palatine, who had been put under the ban of the Empire.
Maximilian IV Joseph 1799-1805 (Duke of Zweibrücken from 1795)
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Louis II (of Bavaria), in German, Ludwig II (1845-86), king of Bavaria (1864-86), son and successor of king Maximilian II, born in Nymphenburg.
Son of King Louis I of Bavaria; unsuccessfully attempted alliance of small German states as counterweight to Austria and Prussia (1848-49); introduced some liberal reforms; patronized scholars, esp. Leopold von Ranke, and made Munich a center of culture; aggressively supported claim of Frederick of Augustenburg to duchies of Schleswig and Holstein.
Duke of Cumberland \'kem-ber-lend\ and Earl of Holderness \.hol-der-'nes\.
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 Titles of European hereditary rulers
In 1180, the Roman Emperor Frederick I deposed the rebellious Henry XII "the Lion" (+1195), Duke of Bavaria and Saxony, and bestowed the Duchy of Bavaria to Otto of Wittelsbach (+1183).
Emperor Frederick I deposed the rebellious Henry XII "the Lion" (+1195), Duke of Bavaria and Saxony, and bestowed the Duchy of Bavaria to Otto of Wittelsbach (+1183) (1180).
Frederick (+1393), Duke of Bavaria 1375, in Landshut 1392; and
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 Sisi in Bavaria
er mother, Duchess Ludovika in Bavaria was a sister of Sissis later mother in law Archduchess Sophie, the mother of Emperor Franz Joseph I..
Sissis father was the Duke Maximilian in Bavaria.
Duke Max didn´t look after his children very much, but sometimes he took Sissi with him to the church, or let her dance to his playings on the zither.
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The junior Bavarian line B continued to rule in Bavaria, and remained Catholic at the reformation; William V, Duke of Bavaria (1546-1628), named his elder son Maximilian (1573-1651) co-Duke of Bavaria 1594, and abdicated as ruler in his son’s favour 15 Oct 1597.
Maximilian was elevated to the dignity of Elector of the Empire with the deprivation of that title from the Elector Palatine 25 Feb 1623 (this title restored by the Treaty of Westphalia 1648, increasing the number of Electors).
The achievement is borne on a mantle purpure, fringed and tasselled or, doubled ermine and surmounted by the Royal Crown of Bavaria.
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 Max, Duke in Bavaria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
He is the younger son of Hereditary Prince (later Duke) Albert of Bavaria and of his first wife, Countess Maria Draskovich von Traskotjan.
Owing, however, to the fact that his parents' marriage was, at the time of his birth, not considered dynastic as regards succession to the Bavarian throne, Max was not a dynastic "Prince of Bavaria", in spite of the fact that he was commonly addressed as such.
Marie-Caroline (born 1969), married Duke Philipp of Wurttemberg.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Wilhelm V, Duke of Bavaria
Son of Duke Albrecht V. Born at Munich, 29 September, 1548; died at Schlessheim, 7 February, 1626.
He did everything possible in Bavaria and the German Empire to further the Catholic Counter-Reformation, and laboured to prevent the spread of Protestantism.
Thus it was largely through his efforts that the Archbishopric of Cologne did not become Protestant, due mainly to the vigorous support he gave his brother Ernst, who had been elected archbishop against Gebhard Truchsess.
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 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Children were: Luitpold Prince Of BAVARIA, Eberhard Duke Of BAVARIA, Arnulf Count Palatinate Of BAVARIA, Berthold Margrave Of The NORDGAU, Hermann Prince Of BAVARIA, Judith Duchess Of BAVARIA, Heinrich Count Of BAVARIA, Miss Princess Of BAVARIA [MARGRAVINE OF AUSTRIA], Ludwig Prince Of BAVARIA, Leopold "The Illustrious" Markgraf Of AUSTRIA.
Judith Duchess Of BAVARIA was born in 919 in Bavaria, Germany.
She was married to Friedrich II Duke Of SWABIA in 1121.
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 joseph bavaria Bavaria Germany
Duke in Bavaria, and her mother was Princess Ludovika of Bavaria; her...
Joseph E. Bavaria Title: M.D. Institution: Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania E-mail: Mail: 3400 Spruce, 4 Silverstein Philadelphia, PA 19104...
data that is reinforced by statistics for: Bavaria Germany and the commentary of research in the area of Bavaria Germany regarding the body of knowlege in the topic of
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 SaT is being witty again
Vienna; m.Vienna 1375, Albrecht III von Habsburg, Duke of Austria (*1348, +29.08.1395).
Johann I, surnamed "Vryheit", Duke of Bremen (1397-1416).
Johann III, Duke of Bremen (1425-), Duke of Prussia (1429-); Count of Boulon (1427-), Duke of Braunschweig-Göttingen (1446?-).
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 Encyclopedia Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Dynasty Henry the Lion 1142-1180 (also Duke of...
, duke of Bavaria, whose daughter Adelaide he married.
I, whose possessions ranged from Alsace to Bavaria.
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 Francis II
Franz Bonaventura Adalbert Maria von Wittelsbach was born July 14, 1933, at Lindwurmstrasse 2a (the hospital of the University of Munich).
He is the elder son of Hereditary Prince (later Duke) Albert of Bavaria and of his first wife, Countess Maria Draskovich von Traskotjan.
Francis was henceforward recognised by the Jacobites as "Duke of Cornwall and Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland".
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 AllRefer.com - Maximilian I, 1573–1651, elector and duke of Bavaria (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Maximilian I, 1573–1651, elector and duke of Bavaria, German History, Biographies
Maximilian I 1573–1651, elector (1623–51) and duke (1597–1651) of Bavaria, one of the outstanding figures of the Thirty Years War and an ardent supporter of the Counter Reformation.
Later in the war, Bavaria was ravaged by Swedish and French forces, and Maximilian was forced to conclude the truce of Ulm and to renounce his alliance with the emperor; however, he soon broke the truce.
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 Descendants of Duke Maximilian in Bavaria
5.Karl Theodor, Duke in Bavaria (1839-1909), m.1st 1865 Princess Sophie of Saxony (1845-1867), m.2nd 1874 Infanta Maria Josefa of Portugal (1857-1943)
5.4.3.Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria (1905-1996), m.1st 1930 Countess Maria Draskovich von Trakostjan (1904-1969), m.2nd 1971 Countess Marie-Jenke Keglevich von Buzin (1921-1983) Adalbert of Bavaria (*1944), m.1st 1978 (div 1983) Marion Malkowski (*1931), m.2nd 1986 Sandra Burghardt (*1945)
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 (Sir Knight Philip* BASSET - Théodobald,* Duke of BAVARIA )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Hedwig,* Carolingian, Princess of BAVARIA (0852 - ____)
Henry V* BAVARIA (Duke Of Saxony & Bavaria) (1137 - 6 Aug 1195)
Theodo II* Agilofinges BAVARIA (Duke of Bavaria) (0632 - 0672)
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 decendants of Richbald the Frank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Henry I of_Bavaria [13589] ------ (Henry the Black) duke of Bavaria b.1074 d.13_Dec_1126 Wulfhilda of_Saxony [13522] ----- m.ca.1100 wife of Henry I, duke of Bavaria d.29_Dec_1126
Gebhard of Sultzbach [13587] ---- Mathilda of_Bavaria [13551] ----- wife of Leopold, marquis of Vohobruck wife of Gebhard, pfalzgrave of Sultzbach
Welf IV of_Bavaria [13552] ------ duke of Bavaria, 1071-1101 d.6_Nov_1101 Judith of_Flanders [12545] ------ b.1033 wife of Tostig of England m.ca.1071 wife of Welf IV, duke of Bavaria d.5_Mar_1094
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 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Ferdinand Maria Elector Bavaria and Adelaida Princess Of Savoy
Duke Henry I Von Sachsen Of Bavaria and Judith Of Bavaria
AKA: Henrich II (I) Duke Of Saxony (Bavaria) Born: 0918 - Of, Saxony, Germany
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 A Bavarian Illuminati Primer
Adam Weishaupt founded the Illuminati of Bavaria on May 1, 1776 on the principles of his early training as a Jesuit.
But it cannot be denied, that in the process of time abuses had crept into the Institution and that by the influence of unworthy men, the system became corrupted; yet the course accusations of Barruel and Robison are known to be exaggerated, and some of them altogether false....
The Edicts [on June 22, 1784, for its suppression] of the Elector of Bavaria [Duke Karl Theodor] were repeated in March and August, 1785 and the Order began to decline, so that by the end of the eighteenth century it had ceased to exist....
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 Illuminati Conspiracy Part One: A Precise Exegesis on the Available Evidence
It was convoked by Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick,
The Elector of Bavaria, Duke Carl Theodore, issues the first edict against secret societies not authorized by the law or the sovereign.
The Duchess was thoroughly alarmed and passed it on to the Duke.
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 (Garibald I Of Duke Of Bavaria BAVARIA - Thomas BAXTER )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
(Garibald I Of Duke Of Bavaria BAVARIA - Thomas BAXTER)
Maud Plantagenet Duchess of BAVARIA (____ - ____)
Theodo II Of Duke Of Bavaria BAVARIA (____ - 0716)
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Charles Albert, Prince of Bavaria, Emperor Charles VII (1742-1745)
Francis I (1708-65), duke of Lorraine (1729-37), Holy Roman Emperor (1745-1765)
Rupert, Prince, count palatine of the Rhine, duke of Bavaria, duke of Cumberland, earl of Holderness (1619-1682)
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German King 10.6.1376-20.8.1400 as Wenzel I. Duke of Luxemburg 1383-1419 as Wenceslas II.
Duke of Styria, Carinthia, Carniola and Tyrol 1424-1493
Duke of Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Carniola and South Tyrol 1330-1358
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 Genealogy Data   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Father: Bavaria, Garibald I Of Duke of Bavaria
Bavaria, Tassilo I Of Back to Main Page
Father: Brittany, Conan I of Duke of Brittany
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 (WILBURN NIXON BARKER - HENRY II DUKE OF BAVARIA )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Gisele Duchess Of BAVARIA (ABT 975 - 21 Jul 1007)
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Ludwig III, Grand Duke of Hesse and the Rhine (Darmstadt 9 Jun 1806-Seeheim 13 Jun 1877)
3e) FRANZ Bonaventura Adalbert Maria, Duke of Bavaria, Franken and in Swabia, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein, b.Munich
Caroline Elisabeth Amalie Marie Sophie Luise (Würzburg 19 Mar 1823- Munich 28 Oct 1914); m.Munich 30 Mar 1842 Francesco V, Duke of
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 New Mexican Roots - New England Roots Arnulf I "The Bad" Duke of Bavaria
New Mexican Roots - New England Roots Arnulf I "The Bad" Duke of Bavaria
Other names for Arnulf were Arnoul de Grand, Arnould I Duke of Bavaria and Dirk, Graaf van Holland.
Arnulf married Judith of Sulichau, daughter of Eberhard Count of Sulichau and Unknown.
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 Ludwig Wilhelm, Duke in Bavaria (1884- )
Sophie, The Countess of Törring-Jettenbach, née Duchess in Bavaria (1875-)
Miguel I, King of Portugal, Duke of Braganca (1802-1866)
Maria I da Gloria, Queen of Portugal (1734-1816)
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 Otto of Wittelsbach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Otto of Wittelsbach can refer to several people:
Count Otto IV of Wittelsbach father of Otto I of Wittelsbach, Duke of Bavaria
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
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 I5469: Theodon_II Duke of BAVARIA (____ - 0716)
I5469: Theodon_II Duke of BAVARIA (____ - 0716)
_ CHRODOALD ____ _Fara Duke of BAVARIA _
_Pandoff Fawr (the GREAT) __________________+ _Gorlois (Gwyrlys) SAP, Duke of Tintagel_
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 Arnulf Duke of BAVARIA/Jeutte "Judith" Grafin VON SEULICHGAU   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Arnulf Duke of BAVARIA/Jeutte "Judith" Grafin VON SEULICHGAU
984 at:,, Niedereosterreich, Austria Died: 10 JUL 994 at:, Wurzburg, Unterfranken, Bavaria Spouses: Richeza Countess of SUALAFELD
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