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  tScholars.com | Marie Caroline of Austria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Archduchess Maria Carolina of Austria (13 August, 1752 – 8 September, 1814) as Queen Marie Caroline was queen consort and de facto ruler of Naples from 1768 to 1799 and from 1799 to 1806, and of Sicily from 1768 until her death in 1814, though she had lost the de facto power in 1812.
Her Majesty Queen Marie Caroline Luise Josephe Johanna Antonie of Naples and Sicily, Archduchess of Austria, Princess Royal of Hungary and Bohemia, Princess of Tuscany was born in 1752, the daughter of Maria Theresa of Austria and Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor.
However, Marie Caroline retained her status and power in Sicily until 1812, when her husband essentially (but not officially) abdicated, appointing his son Francis regent, which deprived the queen of her influence, and Marie Caroline was exiled to her homeland Austria, where she died in 1814.
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Ancestors of Archduchess Caroline of Austria 1795-1799 -
Ancestors of Archduchess Caroline of Austria 1801-1832 -
Ancestors of Marie Caroline, Archss of Austria 1794-1795
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 Marie Antoinette Queen of France
Marie Thérèse, Empress of Austria and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia (1717-1780), was the older daughter of Charles VI; after the death of her brother Leopold (1716) and thanks to the Pragmatic Sanction (1713) she became heir to the throne.
Marie Thérèse succeeded to the throne from her father on 1740, but she raised many objections: born the Austrian Succession War (1741-1748) which involved a lot of European Nations and it ended with the Aachen Peace (1748) when Francis I was recognized as Emperor.
Marie Anne was the oldest child of Marie Theresia: she was born when the empress was still an archdukess and she was her favourite daughter.
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 Marie Caroline - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
MARIE CAROLINE [Marie Caroline] 1752-1814, queen of Naples, consort of Ferdinand IV (later Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies), daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and Maria Theresa, and sister of Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
Marie was subsequently banished because of her intrigues, and she died at Vienna.
Marie's stormy chapter in Stratford's history; Her sentimental novels may be almost unheard of today, but Marie Corelli's determination to preserve Shakespeare's Stratford saved some of the town's finest buildings from destruction.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for marie
Marie Antoinette, 1755-93, queen of France, wife of King Louis XVI and daughter of Austrian Archduchess Maria Theresa and Holy Roman Emperor Francis I.
Marie Caroline 1752-1814, queen of Naples, consort of Ferdinand IV (later Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies), daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and Maria Theresa, and sister of Queen Marie Antoinette of France.
Angoulême, Marie Thérèse Charlotte, duchesse d', 1778-1851, wife of Louis Antoine d'Angoulême; daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
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 Archduchess Marie Amalie of Austria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maria Amalia of Austria, duchess of Parma, Plaisance and Guastalla
Archduchess of Austria and Princess of Hungary by birth; Duchess of Parma, Plaisance and Guastalla by marriage.
She was the eighth child of Maria Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis Stephen.
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 Marie Caroline of Austria information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
She was born an Austria princess and was a sister of Marie Antoinette.
Another of her daughters Marie Theresa of the Two Sicilies became the wife of the Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor.
Later, the daughter of Marie Theresa,Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma became the second wife of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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 Rainer, archduke of Austria - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
"RAINER, ARCHDUKE OF AUSTRIA (1827-1913), noted as one of the most cultivated and liberal-minded members of the Austrian imperial house, was born on Jan. II 1827.
As patron of the Arts and Crafts Museum (1862-98), and as curator of the Academy of Sciences, he won a high reputation.
He greatly furthered the general knowledge of antiquity by the purchase of the papyrus discovered at Fayum, which was called, after him, the " Rainer papyrus." He married in 1852 Marie Caroline, daughter of the Archduke Charles, the victor of Aspern.
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 Austrian Royal Family
Marie Louise was Duchess of Parma, Piacenza and Guastallagiven from 1815 until her death having been given these as financial support as her husband Napoléon I was exiled in St Helena.
See 29.1634 Archduke Otto is the present Head of the Imperial House of Austria and uses the style of Dr Otto von Habsburg.
Laetitia Maria Nora of Austria (and Prince of Belgium)
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 The Family of Empress Maria Theresia
Duke of Teschen 1722 by father-in-law; suc father as Duke of Lorraine and Bar 27.3.1729; ceded Lorraine and Bar to France 11.4.1736; proclaimed Grand Duke of Tuscany 9.7.1737 upon extinction of the House of Medici; elected Roman Emperor 13.9.1745 children titled Archduke/Archduchess of Austria, Prince/Princess of Hungary and Bohemia, Prince/Princess of Tuscany I.
Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria, etc (13.5.1742 Wien — 24.6.1798 Wien) = 8.4.1766 Wien; Duke Albert of Saxony, Duke of Teschen (11.7.1738 Moritzburg — 10.2.1822 Wien) son of Friedrich August II, Elector of Saxony (August III, King of Poland) & Archduchess Marie Josephe of Austria; cr.
Archduke Heinrich of Austria, etc (9.5.1828 Milano — 30.11.1891 Wien) =morg 4.2.1868 Bolzano; Leopoldine Hofmann, Freifrau von Waideck (29.11.1842 Krems — 29.11.1891 Wien) dau of Ignaz Hofmann & Anna Hauser; cr.
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 thePeerage.com - Richard Paul Aaron and others
She is the daughter of Thomas Edward Aaron and Marie Caroline Gräfin von Blanckenstein.
     Caroline Christine Aaron was born on 5 April 1967 in Warner Robins, Georgia, U.S.A. She is the daughter of Thomas Edward Aaron and Marie Caroline Gräfin von Blanckenstein.
Marie Therese and Rudolf Karl Franz were remarried in a religious ceremony on 10 November 1951 in Wolfegg, Austria.
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 The Most Hated Woman In French History? quiz -- free game
Marie- Antoinette went about spending huge amounts of money, since she had no idea of its real value.
Soon, illegal presses angry about Marie- Antoinette began printing pamphlets illustrating her in the act of adultery.
At this "small hamlet", Marie Antoinette could enjoy living the rustic life of a peasant, with the luxuries of being Queen.
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 boys clothing: European royalty -- Italian states Naples
Queen Caroline in 1790 requested Madame Vigée le Brun to delay her departure from Naples in order to paint Prince Francesco and his three sisters Maria Theresa (soon to be Empress of Austria), Maria Louisa (later Grand Duchess of Tuscany) and Maria Christina (Later Queen of Sardinia).
Ferdinand married Queen Maria Caroline of Austria, sister of Marie Antoinette.
Ferdinand and Marie Caroline fled to Sicily (1806).
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 Maria Theresa of Austria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Her Imperial and Royal Highness Maria Theresa, Princess Imperial and Archduchess of Austria, Princess Royal of Hungary and Bohemia was the eldest daughter of Charles VI whose sole male heir - his son Leopold Johann - died as an infant in 1716.
Her youngest daughter was Marie Antoinette who would be promised in marriage to Louis, heir apparent to the king of France, who was later crowned King Louis XVI.
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 Genealogical Tree showing the Jacobite Kings and their Heirs, Earls of Clonard Site, Spain France
A genealogy showing all the descendants of Queen Mary IV and III is available here.
MARY III and II George IV William (IV) Edward (1792-1840)(Duchess of Modena) of Hanover of Hanover "Duke of Kent"
Alois, Hereditary Marie Caroline Helene Elizabeth Maria Anna Prince of Liechtenstein m.
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 Sophie, Hereditary Princess of Liechtenstein
Sophie Elizabeth Marie Gabrielle von Wittelsbach was born at Munich, October 28, 1967.
Her godparents were Archduchess Gabriele of Austria and her aunt, the Countess of Sunderland (commonly called "Duchess of Marlborough").
Returning to Bavaria in the autumn of 1989, she enrolled at the Catholic University of Eichstatt, pursuing studies in history and English language and literature.
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 ACTON, SIR JOHN FRANCIS EDWARD. The Columbia Encyclopedia: Sixth Edition. 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Called upon by Queen Marie Caroline and King Ferdinand IV of Naples (later Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies) to reform the Neapolitan army and navy in 1779, Acton also served as minister of finance and as prime minister (1785–1806 with brief interruptions).
With the assistance of Emma Lady Hamilton, the queen’s confidante, he rid Naples of Spanish influence and strengthened ties with Great Britain and with Austria.
He shared the political vicissitudes of the royal family, going with them into exile in 1798 after Naples had been taken by the French.
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 Louis-Philippe of France Summary
His only sister, Princess Louise Marie Adelaide Eugènie d'Orléans, married in the U.S. In 1809 Louis-Philippe married Princess Marie Amalie of Bourbon-Sicilies (1782–1866), daughter of King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies and Marie Caroline of Austria.
Marie of Orléans (b. 12 April 1813–d.1839) married Duke Alexander of Württemberg (b.1804–d.1881)
Fearful of what had happened to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, he quickly disguised himself and fled Paris.
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 Hotel Sophie Amalie
Amalie Payrleitner was born in Vienna, Austria on June 16, 1922.
She was born at Caserta, the daughter of Fernando I, King of the Two Sicilies (1751-1825) and his wife, Marie Caroline of Austria (1752-1814).
# Marie of Orléans (12 April 1813-1839) married Duke Alexander of Württemberg (b.1804-d.1881) # Louis Charles Philippe Raphael, duc de Nemours (25 October 1814-1896) married Viktoria of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (b.1822-d.1857) # Francisca of Orléans (28 March 1816-1818) # Princess Clémentine of Orléans (3 June 1817-1907) married August of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
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 Non-Attributed Vigee Le Brun Paintings
Portrait of the son of Marie Elisabeth Gabiou, the nephew of Marie Victoire Lemoine the artist.
Now believed to be the work of Marie Elisabeth Lemoine, later Mdm Gabiou the sister of Marie Victoire Lemoine.
portrait of Louis XVII (son of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI).
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 Two Sicilies
Archduchess Marie Caroline of Austria, etc (13.8.1752 Schönborn - 8.9.1814 Schloss Hetzdorf) = 7.4.1768 Wien (proxy) & 12.5.1868 Caserta (personally); Ferdinando I, King of the Two Sicilies, Infante of Spain (18.1.
Prince Francesco di Paolo of the Two Sicilies (13.8.1827 Napoli - 24.9.1892 Paris) = 10.4.1850 Florence; Archduchess Maria Isbaella of Austria (21.5.1834 Florence - 14.7.1901 Burgenstock) dau of Leopoldo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany & Princess Maria Anna of Saxony a.
Prince Leopoldo of the Two Sicilies (2.7.1790 Napoli - 10.3.1851 Napoli) = 28.7.1816 Schönbrunn; Archduchess Clementine of Austria etc (1.3.1789 Wien - 3.3.1881 Château de Chantilly) dau of Franz I, Emperor of Austria & Princess Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies 1.
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May 17 - The Constitution of Norway is signed and the Danish Crown Prince Christian Frederik is elected King of Norway by the Constitutional assembly.
May 30 - The First Treaty of Paris is signed returning France 's borders to their 1792 extent.
September 8 - Marie Caroline of Austria, queen of Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies, and ''de facto'' ruler (b.
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 October In Liechtenstein
This agreement was cancelled after Austria’s defeat in WW1 and Liechtenstein sought a similar agreement with neutral Switzerland.
1966 - Marie Caroline Princess von und zu Liechtenstein was born.
The Red Army had seized the Liechtenstein family archives in Austria at the end of World War II when it captured the Liechtenstein castle near Vienna.
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 Welcome to Adobe GoLive 5
Married fourthly in 1816 in Vienna Princess Caroline Augusta of Bavaria (*1792 Mannheim,†1873 Vienna).
Married secondly in 1851 in Dessau Princess Adelheid Marie of Anhalt-Dessau (*1833 Dessau,†1916 Castle Königstein, Taunus).
Issue of marriage: Marie Astrid (*1954); HENRY I (*1955); Jean (*1957); Margaretha (*1957); Guillaume (*1963).
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 thePeerage.com - Marie Agnes Baronin von Wendt and others
     Marie Agnes Baronin von Wendt was born on 25 September 1948 in Schellenstein.
She died on 27 April 1932 at age 63 in Pechtoldsdorf, Austria.
He married Ernestine Antonia Karolina Pia Marie Susanna Gräfin von Harrach, daughter of Otto Johann Nepomuk Graf von Harrach and Karoline Prinzessin zu Oettingen-Oettingen und Oettingen-Wallerstein, on 7 November 1932 in Vienna, Austria.
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 Item details | Sanders of Oxford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Marie Caroline Antoine de Savoye Duchess de Saxe.
Archduchess Marie Caroline of Austria (13 August 1752 - 8 September 1814) as Queen Marie Caroline was queen consort and de facto ruler of Naples from 1768 to 1806, and of Sicily to 1812.
She was the daughter of the Empress Maria Theresa and sister of Marie Antoinette
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