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« Reply #270 on: January 03, 2020, 11:11:52 AM »

Maximilian, Maximillian or Maximiliaan (Maximilien in French) is a male given name. It was coined by Friedrich III for his son in 1459, explaining it as a combination of the names of two Roman generals, Maximus and Scipio Aemilianus. There was, however, an antecedent in Maximilianus, and several other prominent early Christians.

Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459–1519) Maximilian was born at Wiener Neustadt on 22 March 1459. His father, Frederik III, Holy Roman Emperor, named him for an obscure saint, Maximilian of Tebessa,  Maximilian married Marie of Burgundy. Maximilian was married three times, but only the first marriage with Marie produced offspring.


Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1527–1576)Maximilian was born in Vienna, Austria, the eldest son of the Habsburg archduke Ferdinand I, younger brother of Emperor Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and the Jagiellonian princess Anne of Bohemia and Hungary (1503–1547). He was named after his great-grandfather, Emperor Maximilian I. In 1548, Maximilian married his first cousin Maria of Spain, daughter of Emperor Charles V and Isabella of Portugal. Despite Maria's commitment to Habsburg Spain and her strong Catholic manners, the marriage was a happy one. The couple had sixteen children

Maximilian III of Austria, briefly known as Maximilian of Poland during his claim for the Throne (1558 – 1618) was the Archduke of Further Austria from 1612 until his death. Son of Maximilian II and Maria of Spain.


Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria (1573–1651) He was born in Munich, the eldest son of Wilhelm V, Duke of Bavaria and Renata of Lorraine to survive infancy. In 1595 he married his cousin, Elisabeth Renata (also known as Elizabeth of Lorraine), daughter of Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, and became Duke of Bavaria upon his father's abdication in 1597. His first marriage to Elisabeth Renata was childless. A few months after the death of Elisabeth Renata, Maximilian married, on 15 July 1635 in Vienna, his 25-year-old niece Maria Anna of Austria (1610-1665), the daughter of Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor and Maximillian's sister, Maria Anna of Bavaria (1574-1616). By her he left two sons, Ferdinand Maria, who succeeded him, and Maximilian Philip.

Maximilian Philipp Hieronymus (1638- 1705) was a German prince. He was Duke of Bavaria-Leuchtenberg from 1650 until his death, and regent from 1679 to 1680 during the minority of his nephew Maximilian II, Elector of Bavaria. He was the second of two sons born to the Elector Maximilian I and his wife Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria. In 1668 he married, at the Château-Thierry, Mauricienne Fébronie de La Tour d’Auvergne (1652-1706) (a.k.a. Princesse d'Evreux) daughter of Frédéric Maurice, sovereign Duke of Bouillon and his wife, Countess Eleonore-Catherine van Berg, but the marriage remained childless and on Maxilimilian's death his duchy was re-absorbed into the domains of his nephew, Elector Maximilian II


Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria (1662–1726) He was born in Munich to Ferdinand Maria, Elector of Bavaria and Princess Henriette Adelaide of Savoy (d.1676). First marriage with Maria Antonia of Austria, daughter of Emperor Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor. They had issue. Second marriage with Theresa Kunegunda Sobieska of Poland, daughter of King John III Sobieski, they also had issue.

Maximilian Emanuel Thomas (1704–1709) son of Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria and his 2nd wife Theresa Kunegunda Sobieska of Poland

Maximilian III Joseph, Elector of Bavaria (1727–1777) the eldest son of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VII and his wife, Maria Amalia of Austria daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Joseph I. He married Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony, a daughter of King Augustus III of Poland and his wife Maria Josepha of Austria. Without issue. Maximilian died of small pox.


Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria (1756–1825) the son of the Count Palatine Frederick Michael of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld and Maria Francisca of Sulzbach. He was Duke of Zweibrücken from 1795 to 1799, prince-elector of Bavaria (as Maximilian IV Joseph) from 1799 to 1806, then King of Bavaria (as Maximilian I Joseph) from 1806 to 1825. Maximilian married twice and had children by both marriages. His first wife was Princess Augusta Wilhelmine of Hesse-Darmstadt, daughter of Prince George William of Hesse-Darmstadt. They had five children. Maximilian's second wife was Karoline of Baden, daughter of Margrave Karl Ludwig of Baden. They had eight children among others two sets of twin girls, Elisabeth and Amalie born in 1801, as well as Sophie and Marie Anne born in 1805.

Princess Maximiliana Josepha Karoline (1810 – 1821), died in childhood. Daughter of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his 2nd wife Karoline of Baden.


Maximilian II of Bavaria (1811–1864) the son of Therese Charlotte Luise of Saxony-Hildburghausen and King Ludwig I of Bavaria. The abdication of Ludwig I (20 March 1848) called him suddenly to the throne. In 1842 he married princess Marie of Prussia (1825-1889). They had 2 sons: Ludwig II and Otto.


Prince Maximilian of Baden (1867–1929), also known as Max von Baden. He was heir presumptive to the grand ducal throne of Baden. The son of Prince Wilhelm Max of Baden (1829–1897) and Princess Maria Maximilianovna of Leuchtenberg (1841–1914). He was named after his maternal grandfather, Maximilian de Beauharnais, and bore a resemblance to his cousin, Emperor Napoleon III. In 1900, he married Princess Marie Louise of Hanover and Cumberland (1879–1948). The couple had two children: Princess Marie Alexandra of Baden & Prince Berthold of Baden.
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Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria (1808–1888), known informally as Max in Bayern. The only son of Duke Pius August in Bavaria (1786–1837) and his wife, Princess Amélie Louise of Arenberg. In 1828 he married Princess Ludovika of Bavaria (1808-1892). They had ten children, among others Elisabeth, the later Empress of Austria.

Max-Emanuel Ludwig Maria Herzog in Bayern (sometimes styled Prince Max of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria) (1937). The younger son of Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria (1905-1996) and his 1st wife Countess Maria (Marita) Franziska Juliana Johanna Draskovich de Trakostjan (1904-1969). Max is the heir presumptive to both the headship of the former Bavarian royal house and the Jacobite succession. He was born a Prince of Bavaria, as a member of the royal line of the House of Wittelsbach, but has been using the title "Herzog in Bayern" or Duke in Bavaria, since he was adopted as an adult by his great-uncle, Duke Ludwig Wilhelm in Bavaria, the last bearer of that title of a junior branch of the House of Wittelsbach. In 1967 Max married the Swedish Countess Elisabeth Douglas (1940). They have five daughters: Sophie, Marie-Caroline, Helena, Elisabeth and Maria Anna.

Maximilian Ludwig Terberger (2005) Son of princess Maria Anna of Bavaria (Duchess in Bavaria)(1973) and Daniel Terberger (1967). Grandson of Prince Max of Bavaria, Duke in Bavaria.


Maximilian I of Mexico (1832–1867) The 2nd son of Archduke Franz Karl of Austria and his wife Princess Sophie of Bavaria, and younger brother of Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria. In 1857 he married Princess Charlotte of Belgium, the only daughter of King Leopold I, the first king of Belgium. He was once engaged to Maria Amelia de Orleans y Braganza, daughter of Emperor Pedro I of Brazil, and it is said she was the love of his life. Maximilian was offered the Mexican crown, which he accepted in 1863. In 1864 the couple arrived in Mexico (Charlotte became known as Carlota). As Maximilian and Carlota had no children, they adopted Agustín de Iturbide y Green and his cousin Salvador de Iturbide y de Marzán, both grandsons of Agustín de Iturbide, who had briefly reigned as Emperor of Mexico in the 1820s. But things went downhill and in 1867 Maximilian was executed in Mexico. At the time Carlota was in Europe, to where she traveled in search of support for Maximilian in Mexico. She spent the rest of her life in seclusion, never admitting her husband's death.

Maximilian, Hereditary Prince of Saxony (1759-1838) He was the sixth but third and youngest surviving son of Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony and the composer Princess Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria.
In 1792 he married Princess Caroline of Bourbon (Carolina Maria Teresa Giuseppa), daughter of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Marie Amalie of Austria. Maxilimian and Caroline had seven children. In 1825 he married Princess Luise of Bourbon (Maria Luisa Carlotta), daughter of the King Louis of Etruria and niece of his first wife Caroline. She was forty-three years younger than her husband. They had no children.

Maximilian, Margrave of Baden (born 1933) The elder son of Berthold, Margrave of Baden and Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark. Through his mother, he is the eldest living nephew of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and is first cousin to Charles, Prince of Wales. He is the grandson of Prince Maximilian of Baden (1867–1929), also known as Max von Baden. Maximilian is the head of the Grand-Ducal House of Baden and the representative of the descent of the Kings of Sweden of the House of Holstein-Gottorp. In 1966 Maximilian married Archduchess Valerie of Austria (1941), daughter of Archduke Hubert Salvator of Austria and Princess Rosemary of Salm-Salm. Their marriage produced four children.

Maximilian, Archduke of Austria-Este (2019) Son of Prince Amedeo of Belgium (also Archduke of Austria-Este) (1986) and his wife Nobile Elisabetta "Lili" Maria Rosboch von Wolkenstein (1987).

Prince Maximilian Nicholas Maria of Liechtenstein (1969) The second son of Prince Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein and his wife Countess Marie Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau.In 2000 he married Angela Gisela Brown, together they have 1 child, a son named Prince Alfons Constantin Maria of Liechtenstein (2001).

Maximilian Maria von Lattorff (2011). Youngest child of Princess Tatjana Nora Maria of Liechtenstein (1973) and her husband Baron Matthias Claus-Just Carl Philipp von Lattorff. He is a nephew of Prince Maximilian Nicholas Maria of Liechtenstein (1969).
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« Reply #271 on: January 03, 2020, 11:13:46 AM »

Amalia is a female given name, derived from the Hebrew word עָמָל ("amal"), meaning "toil, labor" as well as the Germanic word amal, also meaning "work, activity", specifically the woman's name Amalberga. The origins of the name Amalia have often been associated with those of Emilia and Emily, both of which in fact originate from the Latin nomen Aemilia, or with Amalthea, originate from the Greek name "tender goddess".

Amalia name has several variants, including Amelia in English, Amélie in French, Amalie in German, and Amalka, a diminutive form of the name used in Slavic languages.

Princess Henriëtte Amalia of Anhalt-Dessau (Kleve, 16 August 1666 – Dietz an der Lahn, 18 April 1726) was the daughter of John George II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, and Henriëtte Catharina of Nassau and the granddaughter of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange. She married her cousin Hendrik Casimir II, Prince of Nassau-Dietz, in 1683. When Hendrik Casimir died in 1696, she became regent for their son, John Willem Friso, who succeeded to his father's titles. She is one of the ancestors of the current Dutch royals.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1724-1730) Daughter of Karl VI, Holy Roman Emperor and Elisabeth of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. She died at the age of 6.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1746-1804) Daughter of Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Franz I. Against her will, Amalia was married to Ferdinand of Parma (1751–1802). The marriage was supported by the future Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II, whose first beloved wife had been Ferdinand's sister, Princess Isabella of Parma.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1780–1798) A daughter of Emperor Leopold II (1747–1792) and his wife Maria Luisa of Spain (1745–1792). She died unmarried at the age of only 18 years in Vienna.

Maria Amalia, Holy Roman Empress (1701-1756) Daughter of Emperor Joseph I and Wilhelmine Amalia of Brunswick-Lüneburg. She married Karl VII of Bavaria. Karl VII (7 April 1697 – 20 January 1745) was the Prince-elector of Bavaria from 1726 and Holy Roman Emperor from 24 January 1742 until his death in 1745

Anna Amalia of Baden-Durlach (1595-1651) A daughter of Margrave George Frederick of Baden-Durlach and his first wife, Countess Juliana Ursula of Salm-Neuville. She married in 1615 Count William Louis of Nassau-Saarbrücken.

Princess Maria Amalia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1818–1857) The tenth child of Francis I of the Two Sicilies and his wife Maria Isabella of Spain. Maria Amalia married Infante Sebastian of Portugal and Spain, only son of Infante Pedro Carlos of Spain and Portugal and his wife Teresa, Princess of Beira, on 25 May 1832 in Madrid, Spain. The marriage remained childless.

Amalia Margaretha van Brederode (1625–1663) a Dutch salon holder and member of the Van Brederode family of nobles.

Duchess Anna Amalia of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1739-1807) the ninth child of Karl I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and Princess Philippine Charlotte of Prussia. She married Ernst August II Konstantin, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.

Countess Amalia Katharina of Waldeck-Eisenberg (1640-1697) She was born in Arolsen to Count Philipp Theodor von Waldeck-Eisenberg and the Countess Marie Magdalene of Nassau-Siegen. In 1664 she married George Louis I, Count of Erbach-Erbach.

Amalia of Cleves (1517-1586) She was the fourth and youngest child of John III, Duke of Cleves, and his wife Maria of Jülich-Berg. Sister of Anna of Cleves who married King Henry VIII of England (4th wife).

Maria Amalia of Courland (1653-1711) A daughter of the Duke Jacob of Courland (1610–1681) from his marriage to Louise Charlotte (1617–1676), eldest daughter of the Elector George William of Brandenburg. She married her first cousin Landgrave Charles I of Hesse-Kassel (1654–1730).

Princess Frederica Amalia of Denmark (1649-1704) The second daughter of King Frederik III of Denmark and Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Duchess of Holstein-Gottorp from 1667 to 1695 as the consort of Duke Christian Albert.

Baroness Amalia Frederica Wilhelmina von Dyhrn-Czettritz-Neuhaus née Baroness von Rabenau (1790-1866) A well-known German multi-millionaire heiress and a philanthropist. Baroness Amalia von Dyhrn was born into the Prussian noble family of Rabenau. Her father Baron Friedrich George von Rabenau, a tax officer and a former major in the army, was an impoverished aristocrat, who owned a bankrupted estate in Schwiebus. Her mother Johanna “Jeanette” von Schlichting was an illegitimate daughter of the Prussian general Baron Samuel von Schlichting. In 1814 she married Baron Julius von Dyhrn.

Princess Adelheid Amalie Gallitzin (1748-1806) the daughter of Prussian Field Marshall Samuel von Schmettau. She married Prince Dmitri Alexeievich Gallitzin (1728-1803)

Countess Amalia von Hatzfeld (1560-1628) She was born to Vilhelm von Hatzfeld and Sibylla von Rodenhausen. She married count Mauritz Stensson Leijonhufvud. Their daughter Ebba Mauritzdotter Leijonhufvud became a sort of foster mother to princess/queen Christina of Sweden.

Countess Hedvig Amalia Charlotta Klinckowström (1777-1810) The daughter of baron Thure Leonard Klinckowström and Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen. She married the nobleman colonel lieutenant Otto Reinhard Möllerswärd (1763-1802) in 1798 and count Hans Gabriel Wachtmeister (1782-1871) in 1806.

Amalia "Emilie" Wilhelmina Königsmarck (1663-1740) The daughter of Count Kurt Christoph von Königsmarck (1634–1673) and Countess Maria Christina von Wrangel. She married count Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt (1662–1703). Amalia Königsmarck belonged to the royal court-dilettantes in Sweden.

Countess Józefina Amalia Mniszech (1752-1798) Daughter of Court Marshal Jerzy August Mniszech and Countess Maria Amelia Brühl. She married Count Stanisław Szczęsny Potocki in 1774 and they had 11 children.

Princess Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily (1782-1866) She was the tenth of eighteen children of Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies and Maria Carolina of Austria. In 1809 she married Louis Philippe I (6 October 1773 – 26 August 1850),  King of the French from 1830 to 1848. Her descendants are in the Belgium, Württemberg, Saxe Coburg Gotha and current Orleans royal lines.

Princess Amalia of Nassau-Dietz (1710-1777) Only daughter of Johan Willem Friso of Nassau-Dietz (after 1702 Prince of Orange) and his wife, Landgravine Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel. She married Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Durlach (7 October 1703 – 26 March 1732).

Princess Charlotte Amalie of Nassau-Dillenburg (1680-1738) A daughter of Prince Heinrich of Nassau-Dillenburg and Dorothea Elisabeth, a daughter of Georg III of Brieg. In 1706 she married prince Willem Heinrich of Nassau-Usingen.

Amalia of Neuenahr (1539 – 1602) was the daughter of Gumprecht of Neuenahr and Cordula of Holstein Schauenburg. Her first husband was Hendrik van Brederode, who played an important part in the events leading up to the Eighty Years' War. After his death in 1568, she married Friedrich III, Elector Palatine of the Rhine in 1569. It was in the same year that Emilia, the second daughter of William the Silent and his second wife Anna of Saxony was named after her.

Duchess Amalia of Oldenburg (1818-1875) The daughter of Duke Paul Frederick Augustus of Oldenburg (later Grand Duke of Oldenburg) and Princess Adelheid of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym. She married Prince Otto of Bavaria, the elected King of Greece.

Catharina-Amalia, Princess of Orange (Princess of the Netherlands) (2003) the eldest child of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. She became heir apparent when her father ascended the throne on 30 April 2013. In daily life she is known as Amalia.

Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia (1723 –1787) was Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg.[1] She was one of ten surviving children of King Frederick William I of Prussia and Sophia Dorothea of Hanover.

Princess Amalia Maria da Gloria Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1830 —1872) She was the daughter of Prince Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Princess Ida of Saxe-Meiningen (daughter of George I of Saxe-Meiningen). She married prince Hendrik of the Netherlands (she was his 1st wife). Together they lived in Luxembourg, where Hendrik was Stadhouder. The marriage remained childless.

Amalia of Saxony (4 April 1436 – 19 November 1501) was a princess of Saxony and by marriage Duchess of Bavaria-Landshut.

[b[princess Amalia of Saxony[/b] (1724-1760) The daughter of Augustus III of Poland, Elector of Saxony and Maria Josepha of Austria. She married Charles III of Spain.

Princess Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony (1803-1829) She was the youngest daughter of Prince Maximilian of Saxony (1759–1838) and his first wife, Princess Carolina of Parma (1770–1804). She married Ferdinand VII of Spain in 1819. The marriage remained childless.

Princess Maria Amalia of Saxony (1757-1831) One of nine children born to Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony and Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria. In 1774 she married Charles II August, Duke of Zweibrücken.

Amalia of Solms-Braunfels (1602-1675). Daughter of John Albert I, Count of Solms-Braunfels and Countess Agnes of Sayn-Wittgenstein. She married Frederik Hendrik, prince of Orange in 1625. She is the mother of Willem II and grandmother of Willem III.

Infanta María Amalia of Spain (1779–1798) She was a daughter of King Charles IV of Spain (1748-1819) and Maria Luisa of Parma (1751–1819). Maria Amalia married her uncle, Antonio Pascual, Infante of Spain, on 25 August 1795. She died in 1798 after the delivery of her first child, a boy, went wrong (the baby got stuck by the shoulders in the birth canal and the doctors were unable to extract him. After two days they finally managed, but the son was already dead. Maria Amalia suffered in agony and had contracted an infection).

Princess Amalia of Sweden (1805 - 1853 ) Daughter of King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Frederica of Baden.

Princess Amalie Zephyrine of Salm-Kyrburg (1760-1841) A daughter of Prince Philip Joseph of Salm-Kyrburg (the first prince of Salm-Kyrburg) and Princess Maria Thérèse de Hornes. In 1782 she married Anton Aloys, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.

Archduchess Amalie Theresa (1807) Daughter of Franz II, Holy Roman Emperor and Princess Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies

Amélie of Leuchtenberg (1812-1873) Daughter of Eugène de Beauharnais and Princess Augusta Amalia Ludovika Georgia of Bavaria. She was the second wife of Pedro I of Brazil (father of Maria II of Portugal) and became Empress of Brazil.

Princess Maria Amélia of Brazil (1831-1853) The only child and daughter of Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil and Amélie of Leuchtenberg. Maria Amélia became engaged to Archduke Maximilian of Austria in early 1852, but before the marriage could take place she contracted tuberculosis and died on 4 February 1853.

Princess Amalie Antoinette Karoline Adrienne of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1815-1841) The fourth and youngest child of Charles, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and his first wife Marie Antoinette Murat. Amalie married Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg.

Princess Therese Amalie Karoline Josephine Antoinette of Saxe-Altenburg (1836 -  1914), Daughter of princess Amalie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg. She married on 16 April 1864 to Prince August of Sweden.

Princess Amalia of Nassau (2014) The eldest child of Prince Félix of Luxembourg and Claire Lademacher.

Princess Amélie of Orléans (1865 –1951) The eldest daughter of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris, and his wife, Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans. In 1886, Amélie married Carlos, Prince Royal of Portugal.

Princess Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1848-1894) Amalie was the fourth child and second eldest daughter of Prince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and his wife Princess Clémentine of Orléans. From childhood, Amalie had been intended as the bride of Prince Leopold of Bavaria. However, Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria, youngest child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and his wife Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, fell in love with her and confided this love in his sister Elisabeth of Bavaria, now Empress of Austria.  She intervened by suggesting her daughter Gisela to marry Leopold, which did happen. In 1875 Amalia married  Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria

Princess Amélia of Orléans-Braganza, Princess of Brazil (1984). She is the daughter of Prince Antônio of Orléans-Braganza and Princess Christine de Ligne. Amélia renounced succession rights and married on 14 July 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Alexander James Spearman (1984). Together they have 2 sons.

Princess Madeleine Thérèse Amelie Josephine of Sweden (1982) second daughter and youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. Princess Madeleine is married to British-American financier Christopher O'Neill. They have three children, Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas and Princess Adrienne.  

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- Countess Amélie Alexandrine Helene Caroline Mathilde Pauline of Castell-Castell (1938);
Daughter of Princess Alexandrine-Louise of Denmark (1914-1962) and Count Luitpold of Castell-Castell (1904-1941) Married in 1965 Oscar Ritter von Miller zu Aichholz (1934)

- Princess Amalie Auguste of Bavaria (1801 – 1877) twin sister of Elisabeth Ludovika. Daughter of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his 2nd wife Caroline of Baden.  Married Johan I of Saxony. Johan and Amelia had nine children, of whom six died at young ages and predeceased her

The health of the Saxony Princesses has been debated in various books I've. But none came up with a good explanation. Only one of them, Elisabeth, lived to an old age.

You meant the daughters of Princess Amalie Auguste of Bavaria & Johan I of Saxony?
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« Reply #272 on: January 03, 2020, 11:32:54 AM »

Amalia is a female given name, derived from the Hebrew word עָמָל ("amal"), meaning "toil, labor" as well as the Germanic word amal, also meaning "work, activity", specifically the woman's name Amalberga. The origins of the name Amalia have often been associated with those of Emilia and Emily, both of which in fact originate from the Latin nomen Aemilia, or with Amalthea, originate from the Greek name "tender goddess".

Amalia name has several variants, including Amelia in English, Amélie in French, Amalie in German, and Amalka, a diminutive form of the name used in Slavic languages.

Princess Henriëtte Amalia of Anhalt-Dessau (Kleve, 16 August 1666 – Dietz an der Lahn, 18 April 1726) was the daughter of John George II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, and Henriëtte Catharina of Nassau and the granddaughter of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange. She married her cousin Hendrik Casimir II, Prince of Nassau-Dietz, in 1683. When Hendrik Casimir died in 1696, she became regent for their son, John Willem Friso, who succeeded to his father's titles. She is one of the ancestors of the current Dutch royals.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1724-1730) Daughter of Karl VI, Holy Roman Emperor and Elisabeth of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. She died at the age of 6.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1746-1804) Daughter of Empress Maria Theresa and Emperor Franz I. Against her will, Amalia was married to Ferdinand of Parma (1751–1802). The marriage was supported by the future Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II, whose first beloved wife had been Ferdinand's sister, Princess Isabella of Parma.

Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria (1780–1798) A daughter of Emperor Leopold II (1747–1792) and his wife Maria Luisa of Spain (1745–1792). She died unmarried at the age of only 18 years in Vienna.

Maria Amalia, Holy Roman Empress (1701-1756) Daughter of Emperor Joseph I and Wilhelmine Amalia of Brunswick-Lüneburg. She married Karl VII of Bavaria. Karl VII (7 April 1697 – 20 January 1745) was the Prince-elector of Bavaria from 1726 and Holy Roman Emperor from 24 January 1742 until his death in 1745

Anna Amalia of Baden-Durlach (1595-1651) A daughter of Margrave George Frederick of Baden-Durlach and his first wife, Countess Juliana Ursula of Salm-Neuville. She married in 1615 Count William Louis of Nassau-Saarbrücken.

Princess Maria Amalia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1818–1857) The tenth child of Francis I of the Two Sicilies and his wife Maria Isabella of Spain. Maria Amalia married Infante Sebastian of Portugal and Spain, only son of Infante Pedro Carlos of Spain and Portugal and his wife Teresa, Princess of Beira, on 25 May 1832 in Madrid, Spain. The marriage remained childless.

Amalia Margaretha van Brederode (1625–1663) a Dutch salon holder and member of the Van Brederode family of nobles.

Duchess Anna Amalia of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (1739-1807) the ninth child of Karl I, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel and Princess Philippine Charlotte of Prussia. She married Ernst August II Konstantin, Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.

Countess Amalia Katharina of Waldeck-Eisenberg (1640-1697) She was born in Arolsen to Count Philipp Theodor von Waldeck-Eisenberg and the Countess Marie Magdalene of Nassau-Siegen. In 1664 she married George Louis I, Count of Erbach-Erbach.

Amalia of Cleves (1517-1586) She was the fourth and youngest child of John III, Duke of Cleves, and his wife Maria of Jülich-Berg. Sister of Anna of Cleves who married King Henry VIII of England (4th wife).

Maria Amalia of Courland (1653-1711) A daughter of the Duke Jacob of Courland (1610–1681) from his marriage to Louise Charlotte (1617–1676), eldest daughter of the Elector George William of Brandenburg. She married her first cousin Landgrave Charles I of Hesse-Kassel (1654–1730).

Princess Frederica Amalia of Denmark (1649-1704) The second daughter of King Frederik III of Denmark and Sophie Amalie of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Duchess of Holstein-Gottorp from 1667 to 1695 as the consort of Duke Christian Albert.

Baroness Amalia Frederica Wilhelmina von Dyhrn-Czettritz-Neuhaus née Baroness von Rabenau (1790-1866) A well-known German multi-millionaire heiress and a philanthropist. Baroness Amalia von Dyhrn was born into the Prussian noble family of Rabenau. Her father Baron Friedrich George von Rabenau, a tax officer and a former major in the army, was an impoverished aristocrat, who owned a bankrupted estate in Schwiebus. Her mother Johanna “Jeanette” von Schlichting was an illegitimate daughter of the Prussian general Baron Samuel von Schlichting. In 1814 she married Baron Julius von Dyhrn.

Princess Adelheid Amalie Gallitzin (1748-1806) the daughter of Prussian Field Marshall Samuel von Schmettau. She married Prince Dmitri Alexeievich Gallitzin (1728-1803)

Countess Amalia von Hatzfeld (1560-1628) She was born to Vilhelm von Hatzfeld and Sibylla von Rodenhausen. She married count Mauritz Stensson Leijonhufvud. Their daughter Ebba Mauritzdotter Leijonhufvud became a sort of foster mother to princess/queen Christina of Sweden.

Countess Hedvig Amalia Charlotta Klinckowström (1777-1810) The daughter of baron Thure Leonard Klinckowström and Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen. She married the nobleman colonel lieutenant Otto Reinhard Möllerswärd (1763-1802) in 1798 and count Hans Gabriel Wachtmeister (1782-1871) in 1806.

Amalia "Emilie" Wilhelmina Königsmarck (1663-1740) The daughter of Count Kurt Christoph von Königsmarck (1634–1673) and Countess Maria Christina von Wrangel. She married count Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt (1662–1703). Amalia Königsmarck belonged to the royal court-dilettantes in Sweden.

Countess Józefina Amalia Mniszech (1752-1798) Daughter of Court Marshal Jerzy August Mniszech and Countess Maria Amelia Brühl. She married Count Stanisław Szczęsny Potocki in 1774 and they had 11 children.

Princess Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily (1782-1866) She was the tenth of eighteen children of Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies and Maria Carolina of Austria. In 1809 she married Louis Philippe I (6 October 1773 – 26 August 1850),  King of the French from 1830 to 1848. Her descendants are in the Belgium, Württemberg, Saxe Coburg Gotha and current Orleans royal lines.

Princess Amalia of Nassau-Dietz (1710-1777) Only daughter of Johan Willem Friso of Nassau-Dietz (after 1702 Prince of Orange) and his wife, Landgravine Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel. She married Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Durlach (7 October 1703 – 26 March 1732).

Princess Charlotte Amalie of Nassau-Dillenburg (1680-1738) A daughter of Prince Heinrich of Nassau-Dillenburg and Dorothea Elisabeth, a daughter of Georg III of Brieg. In 1706 she married prince Willem Heinrich of Nassau-Usingen.

Amalia of Neuenahr (1539 – 1602) was the daughter of Gumprecht of Neuenahr and Cordula of Holstein Schauenburg. Her first husband was Hendrik van Brederode, who played an important part in the events leading up to the Eighty Years' War. After his death in 1568, she married Friedrich III, Elector Palatine of the Rhine in 1569. It was in the same year that Emilia, the second daughter of William the Silent and his second wife Anna of Saxony was named after her.

Duchess Amalia of Oldenburg (1818-1875) The daughter of Duke Paul Frederick Augustus of Oldenburg (later Grand Duke of Oldenburg) and Princess Adelheid of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym. She married Prince Otto of Bavaria, the elected King of Greece.

Catharina-Amalia, Princess of Orange (Princess of the Netherlands) (2003) the eldest child of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. She became heir apparent when her father ascended the throne on 30 April 2013. In daily life she is known as Amalia.

Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia (1723 –1787) was Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg.[1] She was one of ten surviving children of King Frederick William I of Prussia and Sophia Dorothea of Hanover.

Princess Amalia Maria da Gloria Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1830 —1872) She was the daughter of Prince Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach and Princess Ida of Saxe-Meiningen (daughter of George I of Saxe-Meiningen). She married prince Hendrik of the Netherlands (she was his 1st wife). Together they lived in Luxembourg, where Hendrik was Stadhouder. The marriage remained childless.

Amalia of Saxony (4 April 1436 – 19 November 1501) was a princess of Saxony and by marriage Duchess of Bavaria-Landshut.

[b[princess Amalia of Saxony[/b] (1724-1760) The daughter of Augustus III of Poland, Elector of Saxony and Maria Josepha of Austria. She married Charles III of Spain.

Princess Maria Josepha Amalia of Saxony (1803-1829) She was the youngest daughter of Prince Maximilian of Saxony (1759–1838) and his first wife, Princess Carolina of Parma (1770–1804). She married Ferdinand VII of Spain in 1819. The marriage remained childless.

Princess Maria Amalia of Saxony (1757-1831) One of nine children born to Frederick Christian, Elector of Saxony and Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria. In 1774 she married Charles II August, Duke of Zweibrücken.

Amalia of Solms-Braunfels (1602-1675). Daughter of John Albert I, Count of Solms-Braunfels and Countess Agnes of Sayn-Wittgenstein. She married Frederik Hendrik, prince of Orange in 1625. She is the mother of Willem II and grandmother of Willem III.

Infanta María Amalia of Spain (1779–1798) She was a daughter of King Charles IV of Spain (1748-1819) and Maria Luisa of Parma (1751–1819). Maria Amalia married her uncle, Antonio Pascual, Infante of Spain, on 25 August 1795. She died in 1798 after the delivery of her first child, a boy, went wrong (the baby got stuck by the shoulders in the birth canal and the doctors were unable to extract him. After two days they finally managed, but the son was already dead. Maria Amalia suffered in agony and had contracted an infection).

Princess Amalia of Sweden (1805 - 1853 ) Daughter of King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Frederica of Baden.

Princess Amalie Zephyrine of Salm-Kyrburg (1760-1841) A daughter of Prince Philip Joseph of Salm-Kyrburg (the first prince of Salm-Kyrburg) and Princess Maria Thérèse de Hornes. In 1782 she married Anton Aloys, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen.

Archduchess Amalie Theresa (1807) Daughter of Franz II, Holy Roman Emperor and Princess Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies

Amélie of Leuchtenberg (1812-1873) Daughter of Eugène de Beauharnais and Princess Augusta Amalia Ludovika Georgia of Bavaria. She was the second wife of Pedro I of Brazil (father of Maria II of Portugal) and became Empress of Brazil.

Princess Maria Amélia of Brazil (1831-1853) The only child and daughter of Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil and Amélie of Leuchtenberg. Maria Amélia became engaged to Archduke Maximilian of Austria in early 1852, but before the marriage could take place she contracted tuberculosis and died on 4 February 1853.

Princess Amalie Antoinette Karoline Adrienne of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1815-1841) The fourth and youngest child of Charles, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and his first wife Marie Antoinette Murat. Amalie married Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg.

Princess Therese Amalie Karoline Josephine Antoinette of Saxe-Altenburg (1836 -  1914), Daughter of princess Amalie of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen and Prince Eduard of Saxe-Altenburg. She married on 16 April 1864 to Prince August of Sweden.

Princess Amalia of Nassau (2014) The eldest child of Prince Félix of Luxembourg and Claire Lademacher.

Princess Amélie of Orléans (1865 –1951) The eldest daughter of Prince Philippe, Count of Paris, and his wife, Princess Marie Isabelle d'Orléans. In 1886, Amélie married Carlos, Prince Royal of Portugal.

Princess Amalie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1848-1894) Amalie was the fourth child and second eldest daughter of Prince August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and his wife Princess Clémentine of Orléans. From childhood, Amalie had been intended as the bride of Prince Leopold of Bavaria. However, Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria, youngest child of Duke Maximilian Joseph in Bavaria and his wife Princess Ludovika of Bavaria, fell in love with her and confided this love in his sister Elisabeth of Bavaria, now Empress of Austria.  She intervened by suggesting her daughter Gisela to marry Leopold, which did happen. In 1875 Amalia married  Duke Maximilian Emanuel in Bavaria

Princess Amélia of Orléans-Braganza, Princess of Brazil (1984). She is the daughter of Prince Antônio of Orléans-Braganza and Princess Christine de Ligne. Amélia renounced succession rights and married on 14 July 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Alexander James Spearman (1984). Together they have 2 sons.

Princess Madeleine Thérèse Amelie Josephine of Sweden (1982) second daughter and youngest child of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. Princess Madeleine is married to British-American financier Christopher O'Neill. They have three children, Princess Leonore, Prince Nicolas and Princess Adrienne.  

Sources: Wikipedia & own knowledge (gained over time).


- Countess Amélie Alexandrine Helene Caroline Mathilde Pauline of Castell-Castell (1938);
Daughter of Princess Alexandrine-Louise of Denmark (1914-1962) and Count Luitpold of Castell-Castell (1904-1941) Married in 1965 Oscar Ritter von Miller zu Aichholz (1934)

- Princess Amalie Auguste of Bavaria (1801 – 1877) twin sister of Elisabeth Ludovika. Daughter of Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria and his 2nd wife Caroline of Baden.  Married Johan I of Saxony. Johan and Amelia had nine children, of whom six died at young ages and predeceased her

The health of the Saxony Princesses has been debated in various books I've. But none came up with a good explanation. Only one of them, Elisabeth, lived to an old age.

You meant the daughters of Princess Amalie Auguste of Bavaria & Johan I of Saxony?
Interesting!

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Leopold is the modern form of the Germanic name Luitbald, composed of two stems, common to Germanic names. The first part is related to Old High German liut meaning "people", the second part is of Germanic origin and means "brave", compare bold. A female version of this name is Leopoldina (and Leopoldine). A German variant of the name is Luitpold.

Leopold I, Margrave of Austria (976–994) The origins of Leopold the Illustrious are not known. According to some sources, his father Berthold was count in the Nordgau, the region north of Ratisbon (Regensburg) in the Duchy of Bavaria. A more recent theory identifies Leopold as a younger son of Duke Arnulf of Bavaria and brother (or nephew) of Count Berthold of Schweinfurt. While his ancestry remains disputed, some affiliation with the ducal Luitpoldings dynasty is probable. Leopold married Richardis, the daughter of Count Ernest IV of Sualafeldgau (according to other sources of the Ezzonid count Erenfried II) and probably the aunt of Duke Adalbero of Carinthia.[12] Their marriage produced eight children:

Leopold II, Margrave of Austria (1075–1095) the son of Margrave Ernest of Austria and his wife Adelaide of Eilenburg, the daughter of the Wettin margrave Dedi I of Lusatia. In 1065 Leopold married Ida (1055–1101), a Bavarian countess of Formbach (Vornbach). Ida was the daughter of Count Rapoto IV and Matilda and a relative of Archbishop Thiemo of Salzburg. She is said to have died during the Crusade of 1101. Leopold and Ida had a son and six daughters.

Leopold III, Margrave of Austria (Saint Leopold) (1095–1136) the son of Margrave Leopold II and Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg. He married twice. His first wife, who died in 1105, may have been one of the von Perg family. The following year he married Agnes, the widowed sister of Emperor Henry V whom he had supported against her father Henry IV. In 1663, under the rule of his namesake Emperor Leopold I, he was declared patron saint of Austria instead of Saint Koloman.

Leopold IV, Margrave of Austria (1136–1141) (also Duke of Bavaria, 1139–1141) He was one of the younger sons of Margrave Leopold III, the Holy.

Leopold V, Duke of Austria (1177–1194) the son of the Austrian duke Henry II Jasomirgott from his second marriage with the Byzantine princess Theodora, a daughter of Andronikos Komnenos, the second eldest son of Emperor John II Komnenos. He married  Helena (1158–1199), a daughter of late King Géza II of Hungary. By her, Leopold had at least two children.

Leopold VI, Duke of Austria (1198–1230) the younger son of Duke Leopold V and his wife, Helena of Hungary (daughter of Géza II of Hungary and Euphrosyne of Kiev). He married the Byzantine princess Theodora Angelina, together they had 7 children.

Leopold of Austria (1207–1216), son of  Leopold VI, Duke of Austria (1198–1230)  & princess Theodora Angelina. He died when he climbed a tree and fell at Klosterneuburg

Leopold I, Duke of Austria (1308–1326) from the House of Habsburg was Duke of Austria and Styria – as co-ruler with his elder brother Frederick the Fair – from 1308 until his death. Born at Vienna, he was the third son of King Albert I of Germany and Elisabeth of Gorizia-Tyrol, a scion of the Meinhardiner dynasty.

Leopold II, Duke of Austria (died before attaining his majority) the younger son of Duke Otto the Merry. On 10 August 1344, at the age of sixteen, Leopold died suddenly

Leopold III, Duke of Austria (1365–1386)   a younger son of Duke Albert II of Austria (thereby a grandson of King Albert I of Germany), and younger brother of the Dukes Rudolf IV and Albert III. His mother was, Joanna of Pfirt, a daughter of Princess Joanna of Burgundy. In 1365 he married  Viridis Visconti (1352–1414), second daughter of Barnabò Visconti, Lord of Milan, and Beatrice Regina della Scala. They had 4 sons and 3 daughters.

Leopold IV, Duke of Austria (1386–1411) the second son of Leopold III. He married Catherine de Valois of Burgundy, daughter of Philip II, Duke of Burgundy, in 1393. They had no surviving children.

Leopold V, Archduke of Austria (1586–1632), regent of the Tyrol and Further Austria. the son of Archduke Charles II of Inner Austria, With his wife Claudia de' Medici, he became the founder of a sideline of the Habsburg family, which persisted until 1665 - the most recent line of Archdukes of Further Austria. Together they had 5 children.

Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor (1640–1705) The second son of Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor, by his first wife, Maria Anna of Spain, In 1666, he married Margaret Theresa of Spain (1651–1673), daughter of King Philip IV of Spain, who was both his niece and his first cousin. Leopold and Margaret Theresa had four children. His second wife was Claudia Felicitas of Austria (1653-1676), they had 2 daughters (neither of them survived childhood). His third wife was Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg. Together they had 10 children.

Archduke Leopold Joseph (1682–1684) son of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor (1640–1705) and his 3rd wife Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg.

Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor (also Leopold I, Grand Duke of Tuscany) (1747–1792) He was a son of Emperor Francis I and his wife, Empress Maria Theresa. In 1753, he was engaged to Maria Beatrice d'Este, heiress to the Duchy of Modena. The marriage never materialised; Maria Beatrice instead married Leopold's brother, Archduke Ferdinand. In 1764 he married  Infanta Maria Luisa of Spain, daughter of Charles III of Spain and Maria Amalia of Saxony.They had 16 children.

Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany (1797 – 1870), the son of Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany and Princess Luisa Maria Amelia Teresa of the Two Sicilies, who were double first cousins. He married twice; first to Maria Anna of Saxony, and after her death in 1832, to Maria Antonia of the Two-Sicilies. By the latter, he begat his eventual successor, Ferdinand

Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, ancestor of the entire House of Habsburg-Lorraine (1679 – 1729), the son of Charles V, Duke of Lorraine, and his wife Eleonora Maria Josefa of Austria, a half-sister of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor. In 1698 he married Élisabeth Charlotte d'Orléans (1676 –1744). Leopold had 15 children.
Léopold (26 Aug 1699 - 2 April 1700), son of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine
Léopold Clement Charles (25 April 1707 - 4 June 1723), son of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine

Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1676 –1747) the ninth of ten children (and the younger of only two sons) of John George II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, by his wife Henriette Catherine, daughter of Frederik Hendrik, Prince of Orange. In 1698 he married apothecary’s daughter Anna Föhse. The couple had 10 children.

Leopold II Maximilian, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau (1700 –1751), the second son of Leopold I, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, by his morganatic wife Anna Louise Föhse. In he married Gisela Agnes of Anhalt-Köthen (1722- 1751) was a princess of Anhalt-Köthen. They had seven children.

Leopold III Frederick Franz, Duke of Anhalt-Dessau (1740 –1817) the eldest son of the later Leopold II, Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, by his wife Gisela Agnes, daughter of Leopold, Prince of Anhalt-Köthen. In 1767 he married his cousin Louise Henriette Wilhelmine (b. Różanki, Brandenburg, 24 September 1750 – d. Dessau, 21 December 1811), daughter of Frederick Henry, Margrave of Brandenburg-Schwedt, by his wife Leopoldine Marie of Anhalt-Dessau, a sister of his father. They had two children.

Leopold IV Frederick, Duke of Anhalt (1794 –1871) the eldest son of Frederick, Hereditary Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, by his wife Landgravine Amalie of Hesse-Homburg, daughter of Frederick V, Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg. In 1818 he married Princess  Frederica Wilhelmina of Prussia (1796-1850). They were the grandparents of Leopold, Hereditary Prince of Anhalt (1855–1886)

Leopold, Hereditary Prince of Anhalt (1855–1886). the first child of Hereditary Prince Frederick of Anhalt-Dessau-Köthen and his wife Princess Antoinette of Saxe-Altenburg. He was named after his grandfather Duke Leopold of Anhalt-Dessau-Köthen. In 1884 he married  Princess Elisabeth of Hesse-Kassel, the eldest daughter of Prince Frederick William of Hesse-Kassel and Princess Anna of Prussia. They had 1 daughter, Antoinette.

Prince Leopold of Bavaria (1846–1930), German Field Marshal and titular King of Greece. The son of Prince Regent Luitpold of Bavaria (1821–1912) and his wife Archduchess Augusta of Austria (1825–1864). In 1873 he married Archduchess Gisela of Austria (1856-1932), the 2nd daughter of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and his wife Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria. They had 4 children.

King Leopold I of Belgium (1790–1865) the youngest son of Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, and Countess Augusta Reuss-Ebersdorf. In 1826, Saxe-Coburg acquired the city of Gotha from the neighboring Duchy of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg and gave up Saalfeld to Saxe-Meiningen, becoming Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. In 1816 Leopold married Princess Charlotte of Wales (1796 – 1817), she died in child birth. In 1830 Leopold was offered the Greek throne, but he refused. In 1831 he was offered the Belgian throne, and while he was reluctant he accepted. Leopold became the first King of Belgium. In 1832 he married Princess Louise-Marie of Orléans (daughter of King Louis Philippe I of France). They had four children.

King Leopold II of Belgium (1835–1909), the second child of the reigning Belgian monarch, Leopold I, and of his second wife, Louise, the daughter of King Louis Philippe of France.In 1853 he married Archduchess Marie Henriette of Austria, a cousin of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria. Four children were born of this marriage, three daughters and one son. The marriage became unhappy, and the couple separated completely after a last attempt to have another son, a union that resulted in the birth of their last daughter Clementine.

Prince Leopold of Belgium, Duke of Brabant, Count of Hainaut (1859 – 1869), was the second child and only son of King Leopold II of Belgium and his wife, Marie Henriette of Austria, and heir apparent to the Belgian throne. He died from pneumonia, after falling into a pond.

Prince Leopold Clement Philipp August Maria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha  (1878 - 1916), son of  Philipp, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Princess Louise of Belgium. Grandson of King Leopold II of Belgium. He died of injuries inflicted by his mistress Camilla Rybicka.

King Leopold III of Belgium (1901–1983), the first child of King Albert I of the Belgians and his consort, Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria. In 1926 he married Princess Astrid of Sweden, with whom he had 3 children. Unfortunately Astrid died in a car accident (in which Leopold was the driver) at the age of 34. In 1941 he married Lilian Baels in secrect. They had three children. After WW II Leopold was stressed to abdicate in favor of his oldest son Baudouin.

Leopoldo Daniel Moncada (2001), son of Princess Marie-Esméralda of Belgium and  Sir Salvador Moncada. Marie-Esméralda is the youngest daughter of King Leopold III and his 2nd wife Lilian Baels.

Leopold I, Prince of Lippe ( 1767 – 1802), the son of Simon August, Count of Lippe-Detmold (1727–1782), and his second wife, Princess Leopoldine of Anhalt-Dessau (1746–1769). In 1796 he married  Pauline Christine of Anhalt-Bernburg (1769 – 1820), daughter of Frederick Albert, Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg, and Louise Albertine of Schleswig-Holstein. From the marriage he had two sons.

Leopold II, Prince of Lippe (1796 – 1851), the eldest child of Leopold I, the reigning prince of Lippe and his consort Princess Pauline of Anhalt-Bernburg (1769–1820). In 1820 he married Princess Emilie of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1800–1867). They had nine children.

Leopold III, Prince of Lippe (1821 – 1875), the eldest child of Leopold II, the reigning prince of Lippe and his consort Princess Emilie of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1800–1867). In 1852 he married Princess Elisabeth of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (1833–1896). No issue.

Leopold IV, Prince of Lippe (1871 – 1949) the final sovereign of the Principality of Lippe. Born as Count Leopold of Lippe-Biesterfeld in Oberkassel, the son of Ernest, Count of Lippe-Biesterfeld and Countess Karoline of Wartensleben. Leopold belonged to the Lippe-Biesterfeld line of the House of Lippe which was the most senior line of the princely house after the reigning Lippe-Detmold line. He was married firstly to Princess Bertha of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld (1874–1919), they  had five children. Leopold was married secondly to Princess Anna of Ysenburg and Büdingen (1886–1980), they had one som Armin, who succeeded his father as  head of the House of Lippe.

Prince Leopold Bernhard of Lippe (1904–1965) son of Leopold IV, Prince of Lippe (1871 – 1949) and Princess Bertha of Hesse-Philippsthal-Barchfeld.

Leopold of Styria, known as Leopold the Strong, (from the dynasty of the Otakars) (died 1129) was Margrave of Styria from 1122 to 1129. He was the son of Margrave Ottokar II of Styria and Elisabeth of Austria from the Babenberg family. His wife was Sophie of Bavaria, daughter of Henry IX, Duke of Bavaria.

Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (1853 – 1884) the eighth child and youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. He had haemophilia. He married Princess Helena of Waldeck and Pyrmont and the couple had 2 children: Alice and Charles Edward (the latter was born after his fathers death).

Prince Leopold Emmanuel Jean Marie of Liechtenstein (1984 –1984). First born child of Prince Nikolaus of Liechtenstein and his wife Princess Margaretha of Luxembourg.

Prince Léopold Guillaume Marie Joseph of Nassau (2000). Second son of Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and his wife Sibilla Weiller.

Count Leopold de Limburg-Stirum (2011), eldest son of Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria  (1983) and her husband Count Rodolphe de Limburg-Stirum (1979)

Leopold Ernest Augustus Guelph Windsor (2009), 2nd son of Lord Nicholas Windsor (youngest son of the Duke of Kent) and his wife Paola Doimi de Lupis Frankopan Šubić Zrinski.

Prince Leopold Emanuel Friedrich August of Liechtenstein (2010), son of Prince Emanuel Friedrich Eugen Nikolaus (1978) and Sonja Maria Monschein (1982). He descends from Prince Johannes of Liechtenstein (1873-1959), a great uncle of Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein.

Prince Leopold Franz Karl Maria of Liechtenstein (1978), son of Prince Wolfgang Johannes Baptist Johannes Evangelist Ildefons Franz de Paula Joseph Maria of Liechtenstein (1934) and Gabriele Gräfin Basselet de la Rosée (1949). Married in 2011 to  Barbara Marie Wichart (1979) and they have issue. He descends from Prince Karl Aloys of Liechtenstein (1878-1955), a great uncle of Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein.

Leopoldo dei baronni Manno (1971-1971) son of Archduchess Alice of Austria, Princess of Tuscany (1941) and Baron Vittorio Manno (1938). Died a few days after being born.

Archduke Leopold Franz of Austria (German: Leopold Franz Peter Ferdinand Maria Joseph Gottfried Georg Karl Otto Rudolf Michael, Erzherzog von Österreich, Prinz von Toskana) (1942) Leopold Franz was the third eldest child and only son of Archduke Gottfried of Austria and his wife Princess Dorothea of Bavaria. He  married Laetitia de Belzunce d'Arenberg, eldest child and only daughter of Henri de Belzunce, marquis de Belzunce, a French nobleman, and his wife Marie-Thérèse de la Poëze d'Harambure in 1965. They had 2 children together: Sigismund and Guntram. Leopold Franz and Laetitia divorced in 1981. He married for a second time in 1993 to Marta Julia Perez Valverde (1947), thereby renouncing his rights to the titular Grand Ducal throne of Tuscany in favor of his elder son Sigismund, the current head of the House of Habsburg-Tuscany Leopold Franz and Marta divorced in 1998.

Archduke Leopold Amadeo, Grand Prince of Tuscany (2001) son of Archduke Sigismund of Austria and Elyssa Edmonstone (1973). He is heir apparent to the headship of the House of Tuscany. In paternal line Leopold Amadeo is a grandson of Archduke Leopold Franz of Austria

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Archduchess Maria Leopoldine of Austria-Este (1776–1848), the second wife of Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria

Leopoldine von Sternberg (1733–1809), princess consort of Liechtenstein, married to prince Franz Joseph I, Prince of Liechtenstein. She was the daughter of Count Franz Philipp of Sternberg and Countess Leopoldine of Starhemberg. Marie Leopoldine married Franz Joseph I, Prince of Liechtenstein. The couple had 8 children.
 
Leopoldina Maria Anna Francisca de Paula Adelgunda (1754 - 1823), daughter of Leopoldine von Sternberg and Joseph I, Prince of Liechtenstein. She  married 1771 Karl Emanuel, Landgrave of Hesse-Rheinfels-Rotenburg, and had issue (including Victor Amadeus, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg)

Maria Leopoldine of Anhalt-Dessau (1746-?), princess of Anhalt-Dessau by birth and by marriage Countess of Lippe-Detmold.

Dona Maria Leopoldina of Austria (1797 –1826) was an archduchess of Austria, Empress consort of Brazil and Queen consort of Portugal. She was born Caroline Josepha Leopoldine Franziska Ferdinanda of Habsburg-Lorraine in Vienna, Austria, the daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II, and his second wife, Maria Teresa of Naples and Sicily. In 1817 she married Emperor Pedro I of Brazil (and King Dom Pedro IV of Portugal). Seven children resulted from this marriage.

Maria Leopoldine of Austria-Tyrol (1632 –1649), daughter of Leopold V, Archduke of Austria (1586–1632) and his wife Claudia de' Medici. By marriage the second spouse of her first cousin, Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III. The only had 1 child, a son, who died at 14.

Princess Leopoldina of Brazil (1847-1871) The second daughter of  Emperor Pedro II of Brazil and Princess Teresa Cristina of the Two Sicilies. In 1864 she married Prince Ludwig August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Their marriage agreement provided, in articles 3, 4 and 5 that, as long as Dom Pedro II did not consider Princess Isabel's (Leopoldina’s older sister) succession assured, the couple should—among other things —reside part of the year in Brazil and have their children in Brazilian territory. Ten months after suffering a miscarriage, Leopoldina gave birth in 1866, to her first child: Prince Pedro Augusto. Three more sons would follow: Prince August Leopold (1867), Prince  José Fernando (1869) and Prince Luís Gastão (1870). In 1871 Leopoldina eventually succumbed to typhoid fever, at the age of 23.

Princess Leopoldine Blanka Maria Josepha Ignatia Pankrazia Michaela Gabriele Raphaele Gonzaga of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1905–1978). Daughter of Prince August Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and Archduchess Karoline Marie of Austria. In paternal line granddaughter of Princess Leopoldina of Brazil & Prince Ludwig August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

Princess Leopoldine of Baden (Leopoldine Wilhelmine Amalie Pauline Maximiliane) (1837 - 1903) was a Princess of Baden by birth and Princess of Hohenlohe-Langenburg by marriage. the fourth and youngest daughter of Prince William of Baden (1792-1859) and Duchess Elisabeth Alexandrine of Württemberg (1802-1864). In 1862 she married Prince Hermann of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1832-1913), second son of Prince Ernst I of Hohenlohe-Langenburg and Princess Feodora of Leiningen. They had three children. Princess Leopoldine founded the Leopoldine Association in Strasbourg
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« Reply #275 on: January 03, 2020, 02:45:59 PM »


Luitpold, Margrave of Bavaria (died 907), European ruler

Luitpold, Prince Regent of Bavaria (1821–1912), Knight of the Golden Fleece The third son of King Ludwig I of Bavaria and his wife, Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen. He was the younger brother of King Maximilian II of Bavaria and of King Otto of Greece. In 1886, Luitpold's nephew King Ludwig II was declared mentally incompetent and Luitpold was named Regent. In 1844 Luitpold married Archduchess Auguste Ferdinande of Austria, Princess of Tuscany, second daughter of Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany. Luitpold and Auguste had four children.

Prince Luitpold of Bavaria (1951), CEO of König Ludwig GmbH & Co. KG Schlossbrauerei Kaltenberg. He is the only surviving child of Prince Ludwig of Bavaria (1913–2008) and his wife Princess Irmingard of Bavaria (1923–2010). In 1979 he married Katrin Beatrix Wiegand (1951). Initially the union was considered morganatic, but on 3 March 1999, the marriage was declared to be dynastic. The couple had five children.

Prince Luitpold of Liechtenstein (1940-2016), son of Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein and his wife Countess Herta Maria Wolfskeen von Reichenberg. In 1969 he married Countess Ursula of Habsburg (granddaughter of Archduke Heinrich of Austria Tuscany). Together they had 2 sons: Prince Friedrich (1970-1970) and Prince Carl (1978). Luitpold and Ursula divorced in 1997. A year later Luitpold remarried to Edith Pelchen.

Luitpold Maximilian Ludwig Karl, Hereditary Prince of Bavaria (1901 –1914); died of polio. Son of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria, Duke of Bavaria, Franconia and in Swabia, Count Palatine by (the) Rhine (Rupprecht Maria Luitpold Ferdinand; English: Robert Maria Leopold Ferdinand; )(1869 –1955) the last heir apparent to the Bavarian throne and his first wife Duchess Marie Gabrielle in Bavaria, a daughter of Duke Karl-Theodor in Bavaria.
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« Reply #276 on: January 03, 2020, 11:00:57 PM »

How often is a Prince named Blanka? Archduke Leopold of Austria (1897-1958) was Leopold Maria Alfons Blanka Karl Anton Beatrix Michael Joseph Peter Ignatz.
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« Reply #277 on: January 06, 2020, 05:41:27 PM »

The only royal I know with the (first) name Angela:

Princess Angela of Liechtenstein (née Angela Gisela Brown)(1958) is a Panamanian fashion designer and the wife of Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein. They are the parents of Prince Alfons of Liechtenstein.

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« Reply #278 on: January 06, 2020, 05:46:14 PM »

Georgina:

Countess Georgina von Wilczek ("Gina") (1921 – 1989)
the daughter and only child of Ferdinand Maria, Count of Wilczek (1893–1977), and his wife, Countess Norbertine Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (1888–1923). In 1943 she married Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein, and by him became the mother of five children.

Princess Georgina Maximiliana Tatiana Maria of Liechtenstein (2005)
the daughter of Prince Constantin Ferdinand Maria of Liechtenstein (1972) and his wife Countess Marie Gabriele Franziska Kálnoky de Kőröspatak (1976). She is the great granddaughter of the Georgina mentioned above.

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« Reply #279 on: January 06, 2020, 05:53:53 PM »

Theodora (Greek: Θεοδώρα, Theodōra) is a feminine given name, the feminine version of Theodore, which derives from the Greek words θεός, theos, "god" and δῶρον, doron, "gift".

Theodora (6th century), wife of Byzantine (Eastern Roman) emperor Justinian I, considered a saint by the Greek Orthodox Church

Theodora of Khazaria, 7th-century empress, wife of Justinian II

Theodora (wife of Theophilos), 9th-century empress

Theodora, wife of Romanos I, 10th-century empress, wife of Romanos I

Theodora, daughter of Constantine VII, 10th-century empress, wife of John I Tzimiskes

Theodora (11th century), empress who ruled 1055-1056

Theodora Palaiologina (Byzantine empress), 13th-century empress, wife of Michael VIII Palaiologos

Theodora Axuchina, empress consort of Alexios I of Trebizond

Theodora of Trebizond, empress regnant from 1284 to 1285

Theodora Kantakouzene, empress consort of Alexios III of Trebizond

Theodora Kantakouzene (wife of Alexios IV of Trebizond), empress consort of Alexios IV of Trebizond

Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Πριγκίπισσα Θεοδώρα της Ελλάδας και Δανίας) (1906 –1969) was the second child and daughter of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice of Battenberg. She was an older sister of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. In 1931 she married her paternal second cousin Berthold, Margrave of Baden. They had 3 children.

Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Θεοδώρα) (1983) She is the younger daughter and fourth of the five children of the deposed Greek king Constantine II and Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark. On 16 November 2018 it was announced that Princess Theodora is engaged to Los Angeles based attorney, Matthew Kumar.

Princess Theodora Alexandra Isabella Antonia Nora Marie of Liechtenstein (2004) Daughter of Prince Alexander Wilhelm Hans Adam of Liechtenstein (1972) and his wife Barbara Kohl (1968). Her father is a nephew to the current reigning prince of Liechtenstein Hans Adam II. Theodora's grandparents are Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein (younger brother of Hans Adam) and Isabelle de l'Arbre de Malander.

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« Reply #280 on: January 06, 2020, 11:49:28 PM »

How often is a Prince named Berengar
Berengar I (845-924) was the King of Italy from 887 to 915. He was Holy Roman Emperor from 915 to 924.   
Berengar II (900-966) reigned as King of Italy from 950 to 961.
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« Reply #281 on: January 07, 2020, 11:59:05 AM »

Maria Teresa, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg (née María Teresa Mestre y Batista) (22 March 1956) Daughter of José Antonio Mestre y Álvarez (1926–1993) and wife  María Teresa Batista y Falla de Mestre (1928–1988). In 1981 she married Prince Henri of Luxembourg (1955) The couple have five children.

Maria Theresa Walburga Amalia Christina (German: Maria Theresia)(1717 – 1780) was the only female ruler of the Habsburg dominions and the last of the House of Habsburg. She was the sovereign of Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Bohemia, Transylvania, Mantua, Milan, Lodomeria and Galicia, the Austrian Netherlands, and Parma. By marriage, she was Duchess of Lorraine, Grand Duchess of Tuscany and Holy Roman Empress. The second and eldest surviving child of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI and Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. In 1736 she married Francis, Duke of Burgundy (who became Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. He was Holy Roman Emperor and Grand Duke of Tuscany, though his wife Maria Theresa effectively executed the real powers of those positions.) Maria Theresa gave birth to sixteen children, thirteen of whom survived infancy.

Maria Theresa of Spain (1638–1683), Queen of France

Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria (1684–1696), daughter of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor and Eleonor Magdalene of Neuburg

Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria (1762–1770), daughter of Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor and Princess Isabella of Parma

Maria Theresa of Austria (1767–1827), Queen of Saxony

Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily (1772–1807), Empress of Austria

Maria Theresa of Austria-Este (1773–1832), Queen of Sardinia

Maria Theresa of Austria (1801–1855), Queen of Sardinia

Maria Theresa of Austria (1816–1867), Queen of the Two Sicilies

Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria-Este (1817–1886), Countess of Chambord

Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria (1845–1927), Duchess of Württemberg

Maria Theresa of Austria-Este (1849–1919), Queen of Bavaria

Infanta Maria Theresa of Portugal (1855–1944), Archduchess of Austria

Princess Maria Theresa of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg (1870-1935), Duchess of Braganza

Maria Teresa, Princess of Beira, Portuguese Infanta

Princess Maria Theresa of Savoy (1756-1805), Countess of Artois

Princess Maria Teresa of Savoy (1803-1879), Duchess of Parma

Maria Teresa Rafaela of Spain, Infanta of Spain

Maria Theresia Ahlefeldt, composer and Countess of Ahlefeldt-Langeland

Marie Thérèse of France (1667–1672), eldest surviving daughter of Louis XIV and Infanta María Teresa of Spain; known as la Petite Madame

Marie-Thérèse of France (1746–1748), first child of Louis, Dauphin of France and Infanta Maria Teresa Rafaela of Spain

Marie Thérèse of France (1778–1851), eldest child of Louis XVI of France and Marie-Antoinette


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« Reply #282 on: January 07, 2020, 01:10:12 PM »

Prince Sébastien of Luxembourg (Sébastien Henri Marie Guillaume)(1992) is the fifth and youngest child of Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa.

Sebastian (Portuguese: Sebastião I)(1554 – 1578) was King of Portugal from 11 June 1557 to 4 August 1578 and the penultimate Portuguese monarch of the House of Aviz. He was the son of João Manuel, Prince of Portugal, and his wife, Joanna of Austria. He was the grandson of King John III of Portugal and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. He disappeared (presumably killed in action) in the battle of Alcácer Quibir.

Dom Sebastian Gabriel of Bourbon and Braganza, (1811 – 1875) Infante of Portugal and Spain, was an Iberian prince of the 19th century, progenitor of the Spanish ducal lines of Hernani, Ansola, Dúrcal and Marchena, and Carlist army commander in the First Carlist War. Only child of Infanta Maria Teresa, Princess of Beira and Infante Pedro Carlos of Spain and Portugal. His mother was the eldest daughter of King John VI of Portugal (and also a granddaughter of King Charles IV of Spain); and his father, who died before Sebastian was born, was a male-line grandson of King Charles III of Spain, as well as a female-line grandson of the Queen regnant Maria I of Portugal and Brazil. Sebastian was soon granted the title of Infante of Portugal and Brazil. As he was only a great-grandson in the male line of a Spanish monarch, he was not a Spanish infante from birth, however in 1824 he was granted the style Infante of Spain by his maternal granduncle, Ferdinand VII of Spain. Sebastian first wed his cousin Princess Maria Amalia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, but the marriage, which lasted several decades, remained childless. When widowed at the age of 50 he remarried, on 19 November 1860, his cousin Infanta Maria Cristina of Spain, the niece of his first wife, and two decades his junior. They had 4 children.



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Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Parma (née Princess Maria Pia of Savoy)(1934) is the eldest daughter of Umberto II of Italy and Marie-José of Belgium. In 1955 she married Prince Alexander of Yugoslavia (1924–2016). They had 4 children, a  set of fraternal twin sons. Another set of twins was born to Maria Pia five years later, this time a girl and boy.The couple were divorced in 1967. In 2003, Maria Pia was re-married to Prince Michel of Bourbon-Parma (1926–2018), son of Prince René of Bourbon-Parma and Princess Margaret of Denmark, whose marriage with Princess Yolande de Broglie-Revel had been annulled and with whom he has five dynastic children, also being the father of a child born out of wedlock in 1977.

Dona Maria Pia of Savoy (1847 –  1911) was a Portuguese Queen consort, spouse of King Luís I of Portugal. Maria Pia was the daughter of Victor Emmanuel II, the first King of Italy, by his wife Adelaide of Austria. In 1862 she married Dom Luís I (1838-1889), known as The Popular, who was a member of the ruling House of Braganza, and King of Portugal from 1861 to 1889.  At time of the wedding the bride was just 14 years old. They had 2 sons together and Maria Pia suffered at least 1 miscarriage.

Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1849–1882), married to Robert I, Duke of Parma Maria Pia was the daughter of King Ferdinand II of the Two Sicilies and his wife, Maria Theresa of Austria. In 1869 she married Robert I, Duke of Parma (1848-1907). Maria Pia and Robert had twelve children of whom six were mentally disabled.

Princess Maria Pia of Parma (1877 – 1915) she was mentally disabled. Daughter of Princess Maria Pia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Robert I, Duke of Parma.

Princess Maria Pia (Maria di Grazia) of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (1878–1973), married to Prince Luiz of Orléans-Braganza. the daughter of Prince Alfonso of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Count of Caserta and his wife Princess Antonietta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. She was usually called “Maria Pia”. In 1908 she married Prince Luiz Maria of Orléans-Braganza, son of Prince Gaston of Orléans, Count of Eu and his wife Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil. They had 3 children.

Princess Pia Maria of Orléans-Braganza (Portuguese: Princesa Pia Maria Raniera Isabella Antonia Vitoria Thereza Amélia Gerarda Raimunda Anna Micaela Rafaela Gabriela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança) (1913 –  2000) Daughter of Princess Maria Pia (Maria di Grazia) of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Prince Luiz Maria of Orléans-Braganza. In 1948 she married René Jean Marie Nicholas de Nicolay, Count of Nicolay (1910-1954), son of Aymard Marie Jean de Nicolay, Marquis of Goussainville, and his wife, the Marquise Yvonne Léonie Marie Anne Georgine. They had two children

Princess Maria Pia Josefa Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Gonzaga de Orléans-Bragança e Lacerda Rocha (1975), daughter of Prince Pedro de Alcántara Henrique Maria Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga of Orléans-Braganza (1954) and his morganatic wife Maria de Fátima Baptista de Oliveira Rocha (1952). Maria Pia's father renounced Imperial succession rights for himself and his descendants in 1972. She married in 2001 in Rio de Janeiro, Rodrigo Octávio Broglia Mendes (1974), with whom he had children.

Princess Maria Pia Kothbauer of Liechtenstein (b. 1960), she is the fifth child and second daughter of Prince Karl Alfred and his wife, Archduchess Agnes Christina of Austria. In 1995, she married Max Kothbauer, vice president of Creditanstalt-Bankverein. The couple's only child, a son named Hieronymus, was born on 26 January 1997. Since her marriage, she has been officially styled as "Her Serene Highness Maria-Pia Kothbauer, Princess of Liechtenstein"

Maria Pia of Saxe-Coburg and Braganza (1907-1995), also known by her literary pseudonym Hilda de Toledano, was a Portuguese writer and journalist who claimed to be the bastard daughter of King Carlos I of Portugal. From 1932 she also claimed the right to the title of Duchess of Braganza and to be the rightful heiress to the throne of Portugal. It has been suggested that Maria Pia of Braganza was, in fact, one Hilda de Toledano, a girl of modest birth adopted by a Brazilian family.
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« Reply #284 on: January 07, 2020, 02:01:53 PM »

Agnes is a female given name, which derives from the Greek name Ἁγνή Hagnḗ, meaning "pure" or "holy". The name passed to Italian as Agnese, to Portuguese as Inês, and to Spanish as Inés.

Agnes I, Abbess of Quedlinburg (c. 1090-1125), Princess-Abbess of Quedlinburg

Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Aquitaine, (c. 995–1068), wife of William V, Duke of Aquitaine

Agnes of Poitou, (c. 1025–1077), wife of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor

Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of León and Castile, (died c. 1078), wife of Alfonso VI of Castile

Agnes of Aquitaine, Countess of Savoy, (died c. 1097), wife of Peter I of Savoy

Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of Aragon and Navarre, (1072–1097), wife of King Peter I of Aragon and Navarre

Agnes of Aquitaine, Queen of Aragon, (c. 1105 – c. 1159) wife of Aimery V of Thours and Ramiro II of Aragon

Agnes, wife of Ramiro I of Aragon, (fl. 1054–1062), perhaps of Aquitaine, perhaps identical to the Countess of Savoy

Agnes of Antioch, (1154–c. 1184), Queen consort of Hungary

Agnes of Austria (1154–1182), daughter of Henry II, Duke of Austria, married firstly Stephen III of Hungary, secondly to Herman II, Duke of Carinthia

Agnes of Austria (1281–1364), daughter of Albert I of Germany, married Andrew III of Hungary

Agnes of Austria (1322–1392), daughter of Leopold I, Duke of Austria, married Bolko II the Small

Agnes of Babenberg (1108/13–1160/63), daughter of Leopold III, Margrave of Austria, married Władysław II the Exile

Agnes of Habsburg (1257–1322), daughter of Rudolph I of Germany, married Albert II, Duke of Saxony

Archduchess Agnes Christina of Austria (1928–2007), daughter Archduke Hubert Salvator of Austria, married Prince Karl Alfred of Liechtenstein

Agnes of Babenberg (c. 1108/13–1163), High Duchess of Poland and Duchess of Silesia

Agnes of Brandenburg (c. 1257–1304), Queen consort and regent of Denmark

Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Aquitaine (died 1068)

Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Bourbon (1407-1476)

Agnes of Courtenay (c. 1136–c. 1184), Queen consort of Jerusalem

Agnes of France, Byzantine Empress (1171–after 1207)

Agnes of France, Duchess of Burgundy (c. 1260–1327)

Agnes of Germany (1072-1143), Duchess consort of Swabia by her first marriage, Margravine consort of Austria by her second marriage.

Agnes of Habsburg (c. 1257–1322), Duchess of Saxony

Princess Agnes of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1804-1833)

Agnes of Hohenstaufen (1176–1204), Countess Palatine of the Rhine

Agnes Hotot (14th century), English noblewoman known for winning a lance fight

Agnes of Merania (died 1201), Queen of France

Agnes of the Palatinate (1201–1267), Duchess of Bavaria

Agnes of Poitou (1025-1077), Holy Roman Empress and regent

Agnes of Rochlitz (died 1195), Duchess of Merania and Countess of Andechs

Mihrişah Valide Sultan or Sultana Mehr-î-Shah (ca. 1745–1805), spouse of Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III, mother of Caliph Sultan Selim III, believed to have the given name Agnès

Agnes Howard, Duchess of Norfolk (c. 1477–1545)

Agnes Macdonald, 1st Baroness Macdonald of Earnscliffe (1836-1920), second wife of Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada

Agnes Randolph (c. 1312–1369), Countess of Dunbar and March

Inês de Castro (1325–1355), Galician noblewoman, wife of King Peter I of Portugal

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