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 Royal Bookplates (House of Bourbon-Anjou, Spain & Two Sicilies)
The Farnese, dukes of Parma, bore the arms of Portugal, since Rainuncio I, duke of Parma, who by being the great-grandson of Emmanuel I, King of Portugal, through Infant Dom Duarte, was pretendant to the throne of Portugal in the dynastic crisis of 1580.
Charles de Bourbon in turn was given the Crown of the Two-Sicilies and the tiltle of King of Jerusalem by the Pope (1738).
Infant Charles de Bourbon y Farnesio (1716-1788) was the eldest son of Philip V, King of Spain and of his second wife, Elizabeth Farnesio.
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 GENEALOGY OF THE GRAND DUCAL HOUSE OF LUXEMBOURG
Prince Guillaume Marie Louis Christian, b at Betzdorf 1 May 1963; m at Sélestat, Bas Rhin, France 8 Sept (civ) and at Versailles 24 Sept (relig) 1994, Sibilla ( b at Paris 12 June 1968), dau of Paul-Annik Weiller and Donna Olimpia Torlonia dei Principi di Civitella-Cesi.
Prince Robert Louis Francois Marie, b at Fischbach 14 Aug 1968; m at Boston, Mass, USA 29 Jan 1994, June Elizabeth Houston ( b at Louisville, Kentucky 9 June 1966), dau of Dr Theodore Ongaro and Katherine Houston.
Prince Paul-Louis Jean Marie Guillaume, b at Luxembourg 4 Mar 1998.
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 Grand Duke of Luxembourg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
They are also Princes and Princesses of Nassau and Bourbon-Parma.
HRH Prince Paul-Louis, son of Prince Guillaume, born
HRH Prince Louis, son of the Grand Duke, born 1986
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Naples
In 1734 Charles of Bourbon, son of Duke Philip of Parma, assisted by the Spanish general Montemar, conquered Naples without much difficulty and took the name of Charles III; the Austrians attempted in the following year to retrieve their loss, but were defeated at Velletri.
Louis III (of Anjou) declared war against her in 1420, on which account she adopted Alfonso V, son of Ferdinand of Aragon and Sicily; but as that prince wished the immediate possession of the kingdom, Joanna adopted Louis III, and after his death in 1434 his brother, René.
Another bishop of Cuma was the Misenus who went in 483, with Vitalis and Felix, on a pontifical mission to Constantinople, where he betrayed the pope's interests.
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 "C" Famous People
Carlos Hugo, (Charles Hugues) Prince of Bourbon-Parma (1930-) Son of Prince François of Bourbon Parma and Countess Marie of...
Choiseul(-Amboise), Etienne François, duc de (Duke of) (1719-85) French statesman and minister of Louis XV, born in Lorraine...
Carrouges, Michel Louis Couturier (1910-88) Novelist and essayist, born in Poitiers, W France.
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 Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Luxembourg are Princes and Princesses of Nassau and Bourbon-Parma are styled Royal Highnesses.
Prince Louis Xavier Marie Guillaume, the Grand Duke's third son.
1982 to His Serene Highness Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein, who was born in
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 Royal News 2003, Section I
Prince Rémy of Bourbon-Parma (son of Prince Louis of Bourbon-Parma (1899-1967) and of his wife, née Princess Maria of Savoy (1914-2001)) married Mme Elisabeth Tardif in Switzerland on 5 July.
Prince Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duca di Noto (son of Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duca di Calabria), and his wife, née Sofia Landaluce y Melgarejo, had their second child, Pedro, in April.
Prince Alexander of Liechtenstein (b.Basel 19 May 1972, son of Prince Philipp Erasmus of Liechtenstein and of his wife, née Isabelle de l'Arbre de Malander) married Astrid Kohl (daughter of Theodor Kohl and of Ingrid Schlechta) at Vaduz on 24 January, followed by a religious ceremony at Salzburg on 8 February.
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 Descendants of William the Conqueror
Father: Robert Louis François Marie de Bourbon-Parma Prince of Luxemburg, Nassau and Parma.
Elisabeth Hilda Zita Marie Anna Antonia Friederike Wilhelmine Luise de Bourbon-Parma Princess of Luxemburg, Nassau and Parma.
Charlotte Phyllis Marie de Bourbon-Parma Princess of Luxembirg, Nassau and Parma.
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 GENEALOGY OF THE BRANCH OF BOURBON-PARMA
Prince Jacques Marie Antoine Robert Valdemar Charles Felix Sixte Ansger, b at Longwy, France 9 Jun 1922; d nr Roskilde, Denmark 5 Nov 1964; m at Ledreborg 9 Jun 1947, Countess Birgitte ( b at Ledreborg 29 Jun 1922), dau of Joseph, Count Holstein-Ledreborg and Countess Christina Hamilton, and had issue,
Prince Jaime Bernardo, cr by his father Count of Bardi, 2 Sep 1996, b at Nimeguen 13 Oct 1972.
Prince Philippe, b at Hellerup, nr Copenhagen 22 Jan 1949; m (non dynastic) at Ledreborg 5 May 1979, Annette ( b at Koge, Seeland, Denmark 24 Apr 1955), dau of Carl Christian Smith and Lise Andersen, and has issue,
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 HRH Grand Duke Jean
His Royal Highness Grand Duke Jean Benoît Guillaume Robert Antoine Louis Marie Adolphe Marc d'Aviano of Luxembourg was born on 5th January 1921 at the Castle of Colmar-Berg in Luxembourg as the eldest son of Her Royal Highness Grand Duchess Charlotte and Prince Félix of Bourbon Parma, Prince of Luxembourg.
On 10th September 1944, He joined His Father, Prince Félix of Luxembourg, and the 1st Allied troops that liberated Luxembourg ; on 13th September 1944, He rejoined His unit and took part in the Arnem operations and the Rundstedt offensive.
He remained in Germany with His unit of the Allied Forces till 14th April 1945, then joined the Military Mission to Luxembourg where He stayed until the end of the war.
www.gouvernement.lu /dossiers/famille_grand_ducale/chregneuk/infobase/cvjean.html   (818 words)

  
 USES AND ABUSES OF THE TITLES OF ANJOU AND ANJOU-DURAZZO
It is in keeping with Spanish "legitimist" pretensions to that crown, however, (as the senior line of the House of Bourbon) that Spanish pretenders have used the title.
Prince Alexis II, however "will accept only under the condition that it reflects the will of all Serbian people including the Serbs who are now in Bosnia, Croatia,Slovenia etc." Not long ago Messrs.
So far as the title of Prince Romanov-Dolgorouki is concerned we have seen how the French and Belgian branches of the Dolgorouki family have denied that Alexis is in any way related to it adding that his alleged father prince Nicolas Dolgorouki was executed by the Communists in Kiev on 26 January 1918.
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 Vigée Le Brun Master Painting List
Born Marie-Catherine Sentuary on Bourbon Island in 1747, she married in 1767 to Jean-Louis Testart (1744-1814).
They had four children: Charles-Eugène de Lorraine-Brionne, prince of Lambesc and last duc d'Elbeut (1751-1825); Marie-Josèphe Thérèse de Lorraine-Brionne, princess of Elbeul (1753-1797) who in 1768 married Victor Emmanuel de Savoie-Carignano, duc de Carignano; Anne Charlotte, princess of Lorraine-Brionne, later abbess of Remiremont (1755-1786); and Joseph Marie de Lorraine-Brionne, prince of Vaudémont (1759-1812).
{“1 Le Prince de Nassau.”} {“L’Abbé Giroux first introduced me to the Prince de Nassau when he was very young and I, likewise, was still unmarried; he asked me to paint his portrait, which I did, full length but scaled down and in oil.” - Pen Portraits} Otto Nicholas of Nassau-Siegen, (1745-1808).
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 HighBeam Research: Library Search: Results
a branch of the house of Bourbon, one of whose members (Louis Philippe) ruled France, 1830-48 2.
Son of Antoine de Bourbon and Jeanne, Queen of Navarre, he was brought up as a Protestant and from 1576 led the Huguenots.
Bourbon, Charles, 8th Duke of Bourbon (1490-1527) Constable of France, honoured for his courage at the Battle of Marignano 1515.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg1696 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Charles Louis of Parma DE BOURBON [ Parents ] was born 22 Dec 1799.
Charles Louis of Parma DE BOURBON on 5 Sep 1823.
Charles III of Parma DE BOURBON was born 14 Jan 1823 and died 27 Mar 1854.
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 Etrurian Kingdom (1801-1807) (Italy)
The Bourbon-Parma descend from Philip V king of Spain (grandson of Louis XIV and the first Bourbon king of Spain) and Elisabetta Farnese, heir to the Duchy of Parma.
The Dukes of Parma were, in order, Carlo I (later to become king of Naples as Carlo VII, giving rise to the Bourbon-Sicilia branch, and later king of Spain, as Carlos III, giving rise to the present Spanish branch), followed at Parma by his brother Filippo, head of the Parma branch of the Bourbons.
Then at her death the Duchy of Parma reverted back to the Bourbon Parma.
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 Bourbon. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
Robert of Clermont, sixth son of Louis IX of France, married (1272) Beatrice, heiress of Bourbon, and is considered the founder of the line.
The house of Bourbon-Parma was established (1748) in the duchy of Parma and Piacenza by Philip, a younger son of Philip V of Spain and Elizabeth Farnese of Parma.
Robert’s son, Louis, was created (1327) 1st duc de Bourbon.
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 The Bourbons
One of his sons, Charles III, known for a while as Don Carlos, had two sons: the elder, Charles IV, became king of Spain, the younger Ferdinand started the line of Bourbon-Naples, which still exists (another line issued from a son of Felipe V is the line of Bourbon-Parma).
The latter seat is held by the count of Paris, the duke of Anjou was elected to the former in 1983, as next of kin of Louis XVI, upon which the count of Paris resigned in protest against the admission of the "so-called duke of Anjou".
Charles had two sons, the duke of Angouleme (1775-1844), who reigned 20 minutes as Louis XIX in 1830, and the duke of Berry (1778-1820), whose only son was Henri, duke of Bordeaux (1820-83).
www.heraldica.org /topics/bourbon.htm   (606 words)

  
 700000 people connected with European Royalty
Spouse: Louis I Of Parma De Bourbon (1773-1803)
Louis IV Henri Bourbon Prince Of Conde and Charlotte Princess Of Hesse Rheinfels
Louis IV Henri Bourbon Prince Of Conde and Princess Of Hesse Karoline
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 Houe of Bourbon
The Bourbon Duchy of Lucca (1815–47), on the other hand, was a creation of the Congress of Vienna: having assigned Parma to Napoleon's estranged consort Marie-Louise for her lifetime, the Congress had to find some alternative compensation for the still-dispossessed Bourbons.
The Bourbons of Parma and of the Two Sicilies were dethroned in 1859–60, in the course of the unification of Italy under the House of Savoy.
Its members were descended from Louis I, duc de Bourbon from 1327 to 1342, the grandson of the French king Louis IX (ruled 1226–70).
www.hfac.uh.edu /gbrown/philosophers/leibniz/BritannicaPages/BourbonHouse/BourbonHouse.html   (2394 words)

  
 Burgundy
A group known as the Legitimists, however, continued to view the representatives of the elder line of the house of Bourbon as the rightful rulers of France; the Legitimists thus recognized the eldest son of Charles X, Louis, duc d'Angoulême, as Louis XIX, although he had renounced his right to rule.
Charles III had two sons, the elder of whom became King Charles IV of Spain; the younger son founded the Neapolitan house of Bourbon.
Charles the Bold (1433-77), last duke of Bourgogne, the son of Philip the Good, duke of Bourgogne, and Isabella of Portugal, born in Dijon.
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 Namnlöst dokument
She was married to Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma, so technically the Grand Dukes Jean and Henri belong to the House of Bourbon-Parma.
When King Willem I received Luxembourg in exchange for his Nassau territories in 1815 both he, the head of the Branch of Otto, and the Duke of Nassau, the head of the branch of Walram, decided that the Nassau Family Treaty would also apply to the succession in Luxembourg.
Prince Jean renounced the successional rights for himself and his descendants on the 26 of September 1986.
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 boys clothing: Spanish royalty -- Carles IV
Marie Louise (1782-1824) married Duke Louis I (Bourbon) of Parma of Parma in 1795.
King Charles IV was the son of King Charles III (1716-) and Maria Louisa (Wettin) of Parma (1724-).
Charles III was yhe son of King Philip V (Bourbon) of Spain (1683-).
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 Royal News 2003, Section I
Prince Rémy of Bourbon-Parma (son of Prince Louis of Bourbon-Parma (1899-1967) and of his wife, née Princess Maria of Savoy (1914-2001)) married Mme Elisabeth Tardif in Switzerland on 5 July.
In 1931 she married Prince Henri d'Orléans, who in 1940 succeeded his father as head of the Royal House of Orléans, and was thus recognized by a majority of French monarchists as the head of the Royal House of France and legitimate claimant to the French throne.
He was Duke of Östergötland and Prince of Sweden until he renounced his rights and titles on the occasion of his first marriage, but was created Prince Bernadotte by King Leopold III of the Belgians in 1937.
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 Bourbon on Encyclopedia.com
Robert of Clermont, sixth son of Louis IX of France, married (1272) Beatrice, heiress of Bourbon, and is considered the founder of the line.
The house of Bourbon-Parma was established (1748) in the duchy of Parma and Piacenza by Philip, a younger son of Philip V of Spain and Elizabeth Farnese of Parma.
BOURBON [Bourbon], European royal family, originally of France; a cadet branch of the Capetian dynasty.
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 Genealogy of the Ducal Family of Parma
HRH Louis Charles Marie Léopold Robert Prince of Bourbon-Parma
Tristan Louis Christian Thierry Marie de Bourbon de Parme
Louis Victor Emmanuel Sixte Robert de Bourbon de Parme
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 AllRefer.com - Philip V, king of Spain (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
A grandson of Louis XIV of France, he was titular duke of Anjou before Charles II of Spain designated him as his successor.
In the War of the Polish Succession (1733–35) Naples and Sicily passed to Don Carlos (later Charles III of Spain), son of Philip and Elizabeth; in the War of the Austrian Succession (1740–48) Parma and Piacenza passed to Charles's younger brother Philip.
Spain's foreign policy continued to be governed to a large extent by dynastic ambition and became successful so far as the house of Bourbon was concerned.
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