|10||Queen||Isabel II of Spain||1830||1904||Infante||Francisco de Asis of Spain (Duke of Cadiz)||1822||1902||Isabel's father
King Fernando VII of Spain and Infante Francisco de Asis's father
Infante Francisco de Paula of Spain (Duke of Cadiz) were brothers. Isabel's mother
Princess Maria Christina of Bourbon Two Sicilies and Infante Francisco de Assisis's mother
Princess Louise of Bourbon Two Sicilies were also sisters.
In other words Isabel and her husband Francisco de Asis were double first cousins since their respective fathers were married to two sisters.
(Note - Since 1713 Salic Law applied in Spain but after Isabel's parents marriage (11 December 1829) Fernando revoked this law (on 30 June 1833) by Pragmatic Sanction. Ferdinand died three years after the birth of his daughter Isabel and she was proclaimed Queen of Spain with her mother, Marie Christina as Regent. Ferdinand's brother Carlos protested this change and on 4 October 1833 he was proclaimed as King. A treaty (22 April 1834) between Great Britain, France, Spain and Portugal provided for the expulsion of Carlos and in June 1834 Carlos retired to England and the following month the Carlist War began in Spain).
Isabel was deposed and driven out of Spain following a revolution on 30 September 1868 and abdicated to her eldest son Alfonso on 25 June 1870. One of the instigators of this uprising was Isabel's brother-in-law Prince Antoine of Orleans (Duke of Montpensier).
An interesting account on the marriage of Queen Isabel and Infante Francisco de Asis.
Report on the death of Queen Isabel.
Report on the death of Infante Francisco de Asis
|10.2||Infante||Ferdinand of Spain||1850||1850|
|10.3||Infanta||Maria Isabel "la Chata" of Spain (Princess of Asturias)||1851||1931||Prince||Gaetan of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count of Girgenti)||1846||1871||See
37.557 - Gaetan was created Infante of Spain on 14 May 1868. He was an epileptic and committed suicide by a pistol shot to his head.
It was reported in 1870 that a suit for conjugal separation between the Count of Girgenti and his wife Infanta Maria Isabel. It was said that Gaetan had squandered his wife's dowry.
A report on the death of Infanta Maria Isabel.
New York Times obituary on Prince Gaetan and their later report surrounding his suicide.
|10.4||Infanta||Maria Christina of Spain||1854||1854|
|10.7||King||Alfonso XII of Spain||1857||1885||Infanta||Maria de las Mercedes of Spain||1860||1878||See
13.J6 - Alfonso ascended the throne in 1875.
Prince Amedeo of Savoy (1 st Duke of Aosta) was the King of Spain from 16 November 1870 to 11 February 1873.
A report on the death of Maria de las Mercedes who died just five months after her marriage to Alfonso
|10.7||King||Alfonso XII of Spain||1857||1885||Archduchess||Maria Christina of Austria (Teschen Line)||1858||1929||See
44.33 - Alfonso ascended the throne in 1875.
Prince Amedeo of Savoy (1 st Duke of Aosta) was the King of Spain from 16 November 1870 to 11 February 1873.
Alfonso suffered from tuberculosis but the reports of his death said he died from dysentery..
A report on the marriage of Alfonso and Maria Christina
|10.71||Infanta||Maria de las Mercedes of Spain (Princess of Asturias)||1880||1904||Prince||Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1870||1949||See
37.5542 - Maria de las Mercedes died a week after giving birth to her daughter
A report on the death of Maria de las Mercedes .
Carlos became a naturalised Spanish subject and was granted the title Infante of Spain on 7 February 1901. Carlos's children were also Infantes of Spain by Royal Decree of King Alfonso XIII of Spain on 3 August 1908. There's some dispute as to whether Prince Carlos validly renounced his rights to the throne of Bourbon-Two Sicilies on 14 December 1900 on his marriage to Maria de las Mercedes in execution of the Pragmatic Decree" prohibiting the union of the Spanish and Two Sicilies Crowns. Supporters of this side of the family are apparently of the opinion that Carlos did not have the right to renounce for his descendants.
The impending marriage of Carlos and Maria de las Mercedes caused discontent and riots in Spain.
|10.72||Infanta||Maria Theresa of Spain||1882||1912||Prince||Ferdinand of Bavaria||1884||1958||See 18.1911- Ferdinand was naturalised in Spain on 20 October 1905 and created Infante of Spain at the same time. He renounced his rights to the Bavarian throne on 29 June 1914 although he was granted permission on 3 August 1914 to continue ad persona the right, title and rank of Prince of Bavaria. His children were born Prince/Princess of Bavaria but were raised to Infante/Infanta of Spain when they were born. Maria Theresa died from an embolism (formation of a blood clot) just one week after the birth of her daughter Maria del Pilar|
|10.73||King||Alfonso XIII of Spain||1886||1941||Princess||Victoria Eugenia "Ena" of Battenberg||1887||1969||See
5.1442 - Alfonso was born
posthumously (his father having died six months before his birth), he therefore
became a King from his birth and his mother Queen Maria Christina acted as Regent until he reached his
Alfonso and his new wife Ena had a most unsatisfactory wedding day, during their return from their wedding to their Palace Mateo Moral an anarchist threw a bomb at their carriage and they narrowly escaped death. Mateo Moral committed suicide shortly afterwards. Another slightly different account on the suicide of Mateo Moral.
Following republican demonstrations, King Alfonso left Spain without abdicating on 14 April 1931 . He subsequently abdicated on 15 January 1941 just three months before his death in favour of his son Infante Juan.
An Interesting article on Ena regarding what awaited her when she married Alfonso, going from the seclusion of Osborne House to the rigid etiquette and protocol of the Spanish Court.
Queen Ena was separated from her husband Alfonso and was staying in London and missed the marriage of her daughter Beatriz to Prince Alessandro Torlonia.
Infanta Beatriz and Prince Alessandro Torlonia arrived in London a couple of days after their wedding presumably to visit her mother Queen Ena.
An interesting article on the "broken love" of Queen Ena.
A report on the death of King Alfonso XIII.
A brief report on the death of Queen Ena
|10.731 - QVD||Infante||Alfonso of Spain (Count of Covadonga and Prince of Asturias)||1907||1938||Edelmira Sampedro y Robato||1906||1994||Alfonso gave up his rights to the Spanish throne on 21 June 1933 when he married Edelmira Sampedro
An interesting article on two Cuban women who gave blood in 1936 to save the life of Alfonso who was profusely bleeding due to a minor external abscess on his thigh.
An account of the meeting and marriage of Alfonso and Edelmira with mention of a possible son from their relationship.
The marriage of Alfonso and Edelmira ended in divorce
|10.731 - QVD||Infante||Alfonso of Spain (Count of Covadonga and Prince of Asturias)||1907||1938||Marta Rocafort y Altuzarra||1913||1993||Alfonso died from injuries received in a motor car accident in Miami, Florida. The car was driven by Mildred Gaydon
who was employed as a cigarette girl in a cabaret and who was slightly injured.The subsequent
coroner's jury absolved Mildred (on page six column 6) of any blame in the death of Alfonso.
Some reports mentions Alfonso who was a haemophilic sufferer died from his injuries as the resultant bleeding could not be contained . However an article published days after Alfonso's accident and subsequent death reported "a physician said that death was caused by heart failure and shock, and not by haemophilia".
A report on the wedding of Alfonso and Maria Rocafort y Altuzarra.
A brief article on the divorce of Alfonso from his first and second wives within one year.
A detailed article published in "The Biscayne Times" in 2009 provides a retrospect of how "In 1938 a future king met his fate on the Boulevard"
|10.732 - QVD||Infante||Jaime of Spain (Duke of Segovia)||1908||1975||Countess||Emmanela de Dampierre||1913||2012||Infante Jaime became a deaf mute following a botched operation after an attack of mastoiditis in 1911. He renounced his rights of succession to the Spanish throne for both himself and his descendants on 21 June 1933.
A brief report on the wedding of Infante Jaime and Countess Emmanela de Dampierre including photographs of the happy couple.
|10.732 - QVD||Infante||Jaime of Spain (Duke of Segovia)||1908||1975||Charlotte Tiedemann||1919||1979||Infante Jaime became a deaf mute following a botched operation after an attack of mastoiditis in 1911. He renounced his rights of succession to the Spanish throne for both himself and his descendants on 21 June 1933.
In 1949 Infante Jaime was reported as being anxious to resolve the problem of sharing out the fortune of his late father King Alfonso XIII.
In early 1950 Charlotte was responsible for a series of articles how she would "abdicate" to enable Infante Jaime to nullify the renouncement of his succession rights.
Third and final part
|10.7321 - QVD||Alfonso de Borbon y de Dampierre (Duke of Cadiz)||1936||1989||Maria del Carmen Martinez-Bordiu y Franco||1951||Alfonso died as a result of a skiing accident in Beaver Creek Colorado. At the time of his death
he was engaged to Archduchess Maria Constance of Austria . Maria del Carmen is the granddaughter of General Franco.
A brief report on the weding of Alfonso and Maria del Carmen
|10.73211 - QVD||Francisco de Borbon y de Martinez-Bordiu||1972||1984||Francisco died as a result of injuries sustained in a motor car accident, the car in which he was a passenger was being driven by his father Alfonso de Borbon y de Dampierre (Duke of Cadiz) crashed into a truck. Francisco's brother Luis Alfonso de Borbon y de Martinez-Bordiu and their governess Manuela Sánchez Prat were also passengers in the car. Francisco was taken to the "Hospital de Navarra" where he died from cardiac arrest. By a strange coincidence Francisco's grandfather Cristóbal Martínez-Bordiú y Ortega (10th Marquis of Villaverde) is a Spanish heart surgeon and it was he who communicated the death to the family. Cristóbal Martínez-Bordiú y Ortega was married to María del Carmen Franco y Polo daughter of General Franco.|
|10.73212 - QVD||Luis Alfonso de Borbon y de Martinez-Bordiu (Duke of Anjou)||1974||María Margarita Vargas Santaella||1983||Luis Alfonso is a claimant to the French throne, and considered to be the head of the French Royal House by legitimists who consider the renunciation of Philip V of Spain as invalid. I'm neutral on the validity or otherwise of this claim.|
|10.732121 - QVD||Eugenia de Borbón y Vargas||2007|
|10.732122 - QVD||Luis de Borbón y Vargas (Duke of Burgundy)||2010||Luis and Alfonso are twins|
|10.732123 - QVD||Alfonso de Borbón y Vargas (Duke of Berry)||2010||Luis and Alfonso are twins|
|10.7322 - QVD||Gonzalo de Borbon y de Dampierre (Duke of Aquitaine)||1937||2000||Maria del Carmen Harto y Mortealegre||1947||This marriage is not recognised as valid in Spain|
|10.7322 - QVD||Gonzalo de Borbon y de Dampierre (Duke of Aquitaine)||1937||2000||Maria de las Mercedes Licer y Garcia||1963|
|10.7322 - QVD||Gonzalo de Borbon y de Dampierre (Duke of Aquitaine)||1937||2000||Emanuela Pratolongo||1960|
|10.73221 - QVD||Stephanie Michelle de Borbon||1968||Richard Carl McMasters II||1972||Stephanie's parents are Gonzalo de Borbon y de Dampierre and Sandra Lee Landry (1937 - ).
Gonzalo de Borbon publically recognised his daughter in December 1983 (?).
Sandra Lee Landry was an extraordinary induvial she was a model and a torera (woman bullfighter)..
|10.732211 - QVD||Nicholas de Borbon||1994||Rachael Fogelman||1995||Nicholas was born to Stephanie and Richard McMasters prior to their marriage|
|10.7322111 - QVD||Amelia Nicole de Borbon||2013|
|10.732212 - QVD||Christian de Borbon||1995||Madi Ohler||?||Christian was born to Stephanie and Richard McMasters prior to their marriage|
|10.7322121 - QVD||Nateari Celeste de Borbon||2013|
|10.7322122 - QVD||Charlotte de Borbon||2014|
|10.732213 - QVD||Jaime McMasters||1996|
|10.732214 - QVD||Richard Carl McMasters III||1998||Brittany Harrington||?|
|10.7322141 - QVD||Raylynn Camille McMasters||2015|
|10.732215 - QVD||Alexander Leandro Joaquin Gonzalo McMasters de Borbon||2004|
|10.733 - QVD||Infanta||Beatriz of Spain||1909||2002||Prince||Alessandro Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi (5th Prince)||1911||1986||Infanta Beatriz was engaged to Prince Alvaro of Bourbon-Orleans in 1931, this was apparently broken off for monetary considerations. Click here to view a Telegraph article (© Copyright of Telegraph Group Limited 2009) on Beatriz of Spain.
Wedding photograph and a brief report on the wedding of Beatriz and Alessandro. Alessandro's great-great-grand father Giovanni Torlonia (1755-1829) who in return for the administration of the Vatican finances with the blessing of the Pope was created in 1803 1st Prince of Civitella-Cesi.
The Torlonia family were extremely wealthy and were considered as the Rothschilds of Rome as depicted by this article. The Don Alessandro Torlonia mentioned in the article was a younger brother to Alessandro's (husband of Infanta Beatriz) great grandfather.
Alessandro (husband of Infanta Beatriz) was said to be the wealthiest land-owner in Europe and had to give up part of huge estates as part of Italy's land reform policy in 1950.
|10.7331 - QVD||Princess||Alessandra "Sandra" Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1936||2014||Count||Clemente Lequio di Assaba||1925||1971||A photograph of the "beautiful"
Alessandra "Sandra" Torlonia.
Count Clemente committed suicide
|10.73311 - QVD||Count||Alessandro Lequio di Assaba||1960||Antonia Dell'Atte||1960|
|10.73311 - QVD||Count||Alessandro Lequio di Assaba||1960||María Palacios y Milla||1977|
|10.733111 - QVD||Count||Clemente Lequio di Assaba||1988|
|10.733112 - QVD||Allesandro Lequio di Assaba||1992||Allesandro's parents are Count Alessandro Lequio di Assaba and Ana Garcia y Obregon|
|10.733113 - QVD||Ginevra Lequio di Assaba||2016|
|10.73312 - QVD||Countess||Deserie Lequio di Assaba||1962||Count||Oddone Tournon||1957|
|10.733121 - QVD||Count||Giovanni Tournon||1991|
|10.733122 - QVD||Count||Giorgio Tournon||1994|
|10.7332 - QVD||Prince||Marco Alfonso Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi (6th Prince)||1937||2014||Princess||Orsetta Caracciolo||1940||1968|
|10.7332 - QVD||Prince||Marco Alfonso Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi (6th Prince)||1937||2014||Philippa Mcdonald||1942||Philippa McDonald was firstly married to Vicomte Luc de La Barre de Nanteuil (26 July 1962 according Marlene A.Eilers Queen Victoria's Descendants). Currently I can't locate this marriage in the 1962 Marriage Index but can find a possible marriage in the
1964 September Marriage Index .Luc de La Barre de Nanteuil was Ambassador of France to the United States, then in Great Britain.
Philippa McDonald was secondly married to Marco Alfonso Torlonia on 9 November 1968 (Divorced 1985).
Philippa McDonald was thirdly married to Laurie Morgan (date not known at present). Lawrence 'Laurie' Morgan (1915 -1997) won two golds medal in equestrian at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome and also became the first Australian to win an equestrian gold medal.
An interesting extract from Ben Toney's (original Programme Director of Radio London) autobiography in which he relates to his encounter with Prince Marco Torlonia and his future wife Philippa, Countess of Nanteuil. Ben Toney mentions Philippa McDonald an Australian model from Perth had gone to Paris to promote her modelling career. While she was there, she met and married the Count of Nanteuil - the inference is that Philippa and the Count of Nanteuil had married in Paris rather than London.
Another interesting article on Philippa and her life with Marco Alfonso Torlonia
|10.7332 - QVD||Prince||Marco Alfonso Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi (6th Prince)||1937||2014||Blazena Svitakova||1940|
|10.73321 - QVD||Prince||Giovanni Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1962||Carla De Stefanis||1966|
|10.733211 - QVD||Prince||Stanislao Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||2005|
|10.733212 - QVD||Princess||Olimpia Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||2008|
|10.73322 - QVD||Princess||Vittoria Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1971||Kenneth Lindsay||1970|
|10.73322 - QVD||Princess||Vittoria Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1971||Stefano Colonna||1965|
|10.733221 - QVD||Josephine Lindsay||1998|
|10.733222 - QVD||Benedict Lindsay||2001|
|10.733223 - QVD||Francesca Colonna||2008|
|10.73323 - QVD||Princess||Caterina Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1974||Stefano d'Albora||1966|
|10.733231 - QVD||Gianpoalo d'Albora||2002|
|10.733232 - QVD||Gianmarco d'Albora||2003|
|10.7333 - QVD||Prince||Marino Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1939||1995|
|10.7334 - QVD||Princess||Olimpia Torlonia of Civitella-Cesi||1943||Paul-Annik Weiller||1933||1998||Obituary of Paul-Annik Weiller|
|10.73341 - QVD||Beatrice Weiller||1967||Andre Correa do Lago||1959|
|10.733411 - QVD||Paul-Annik Weiller Correa do Lago||1996|
|10.733412 - QVD||Helena Weiller Correa do Lago||1997|
|10.733413 - QVD||Antonio Weiller Correa do Lago||1999|
|10.733414 - QVD||Victoria Weiller Correa do Lago||2000|
|10.73342 - QVD||Sibilla Weiller||1968||Prince||Guillaume of Luxemburg||1963||See 34.2215|
|10.73343 - QVD||Paul-Alexandre Weiller||1970||1975|
|10.73344 - QVD||Laura Weiller||1974||1980|
|10.73345 - QVD||Cosima Weiller||1984|
|10.73346 - QVD||Domitilla Weiller||1985|
|10.734 - QVD||Stillborn Son (son of Princess Victoria Eugenia of Battenberg and King Alfonso XIII of Spain)||1910||1910||A brief report on the sad occasion of the birth of the stillborn son|
|10.735 - QVD||Infanta||Maria Christina of Spain||1911||1996||Enrico Marone-Cinzano (1st Count of Marone-Cinzano)||1895||1968||Enrico was created the Count of Marone-Cinzano by King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy on 13 May 1940
to mark his marriage to Maria Christina on 10 June 1940.
Enrico is from the famous "Vermouth" family. Enrico and his first wife Noemi de Alcosta y Garcia de Mansilla were the parent's of Alberto Marone-Cinzano (1929-1989) (2nd Count of Marone-Cinzano) whose son Enrico Marone-Cinzano Cizano was the husband to Princess Mafalda of Hesse-Cassel another descendant of Queen Victoria
|10.7351 - QVD||Vittoria Marone-Cinzano||1941||Jose Carlos Alvarez de Toledo y Gross (8 th Count of Villapaterna)||1929||2000|
|10.73511 - QVD||Victoria Eugenia Alvarez de Toledo and Marone-Cinzano||1961||Alfonso Codorniu y Aguilar||1954||In 2001, Victoria Eugenia succeeded as Marqués de Casa Loring following the death of her father|
|10.735111 - QVD||Jaime Codorniu y Alvarez de Toledo||1985|
|10.735112 - QVD||Ana Codorniu y Alvarez de Toledo||1987|
|10.735113 - QVD||Carla Codorniu y Alvarez de Toledo||1991|
|10.73512 - QVD||Francisco de Borja Alvarez de Toledo and Marone-Cinzano||1964||Jill Debra Schlanger||1957||In 2001, Francisco de Borja succeeded as Count of Villapaterna following the death of his father|
|10.735121 - QVD||Daniel Alvarez de Toledo y Schlanger||1995|
|10.735122 - QVD||Jacobo Alvarez de Toledo y Schlanger||1997|
|10.73513 - QVD||Marco Alvarez de Toledo y Marone-Cinzano||1965|
|10.73514 - QVD||Gonzalo Alvarez de Toledo y Marone-Cinzano||1973|
|10.7352 - QVD||Giovanna Marone-Cinzano||1943||Jaime Galobart y Satrustegui||1935||2010|
|10.7352 - QVD||Giovanna Marone-Cinzano||1943||Luis Sanchez Merlo y Ruiz||1947|
|10.73521 - QVD||Alfonso Galobart y Marone-Cinzano||1969||Alexandra Kindelán y Oteyza||1971|
|10.735211 - QVD||Andrea Galobart y Kindelán||1999|
|10.735212 - QVD||Alfonso Galobart y Kindelán||2002|
|10.735213 - QVD||Alejandro Galobart y Kindelán||2007|
|10.7353 - QVD||Maria Teresa Marone-Cinzano||1945||Marques||Jose Maria Ruiz de Arana y Montalvo de Brenes (17th Duke de Baena, 15th Marquis de Villamanrique, 5 th Marques de Brenes plus other titles )||1933||2004|
|10.73531 - QVD||Christina Ruiz de Arana y Marone-Cinzano (18th Duchess de Baena plus other titles)||1968|
|10.73532 - QVD||Isabel Ruiz de Arana y Marone-Cinzano (16th Marquesa de Villamanrique)||1970||Ignacio Izuzquiza y Fernández||1970|
|10.735321 - QVD||Crista Izuzquiza Ruiz de Arana||2002|
|10.735322 - QVD||Iñigo Izuzquiza Ruiz de Arana||?|
|10.73533 - QVD||Ines Ruiz de Arana y Marone-Cinzano (6th Marquesa de Brenes)||1973||Carlos Magraner y Ubieta||1975|
|10.735331 - QVD||Carla Magraner y Ruiz de Arana||2013|
|10.7354 - QVD||Anna Marone-Cinzano||1948||Giancarlo Stavro di Santarosa||1944|
|10.7354 - QVD||Anna Marone-Cinzano||1948||Fernando Schwartz y Giron||1937|
|10.73541 - QVD||Astrid Stavro Santarosa||1972|
|10.73542 - QVD||Yara Stavro Santarosa||1974|
|10.736 - QVD||Infante||Juan of Spain (Count of Barcelona)||1913||1993||Princess||Maria de las Mercedes of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1910||2000||See 37.55426 - Infante Juan renounced his rights to the Spanish throne on 14 May 1977 in favour of his son Juan Carlos|
|10.7361 - QVD||Infanta||Maria del Pilar of Spain (Duchess of Badajoz)||1936||Luis Gomez-Acebo y de Estrada (Viscount de la Torre)||1934||1991||Luis is a cousin of Margarita Gomez-Acebo y Cejuela (the wife of King Simeon II of Bulgaria)|
|10.73611 - QVD||Simoneta Gomez-Acebo y de Borbon||1968||Jose Fernandez y Sastron||1959|
|10.736111 - QVD||Luis Fernandez y Gomez-Acebo||1991|
|10.736112 - QVD||Pablo Fernandez y Gomez-Acebo||1995|
|10.736113 - QVD||Maria Fernandez y Gomez-Acebo||2000|
|10.73612 - QVD||Juan Gomez-Acebo y de Borbon (Viscount de la Torre)||1969||Winston Holmes Carney||1970|
|10.736121 - QVD||Nicolás Gómez-Acebo y Carney||2013|
|10.73613 - QVD||Bruno Gomez-Acebo y de Borbon||1971||Barbara Cano y de la Plaza||1972|
|10.736131 - QVD||Alejandro Juan Gomez-Acebo y Cano||2004|
|10.736132 - QVD||Guillermo Gomez-Acebo y Cano||2005|
|10.736133 - QVD||Alvaro Gomez-Acebo y Cano||2011|
|10.73614 - QVD||Beltrán Gómez Acebo y de Borbón||1973||Laura Ponte y Martínez||1973|
|10.73614 - QVD||Beltrán Gómez Acebo y de Borbón||1973||Andrea Pascual||1979?||An Elmundo article on the intended marriage of
Beltrán Gómez Acebo and Andrea Pascual.
And a Hola article on the day of the marriage
|10.736141 - QVD||Luis Felipe Gómez-Acebo y Ponte||2005|
|10.736142 - QVD||Laura Gómez-Acebo y Ponte||2006|
|10.736143 - QVD||Juan Gómez-Acebo y Pascual||2016|
|10.73615 - QVD||Fernando Gomez-Acebo y de Borbon||1974||Mónica Martin Luque||?|
|10.73615 - QVD||Fernando Gomez-Acebo y de Borbon||1974||Nadia Halamandari||?|
|10.736151 - QVD||Nicolás Gómez-Acebo y Halamandari||2016|
|10.7362 - QVD||King||Juan Carlos I of Spain||1938||Princess||Sophie "Sofia" of Greece and Denmark||1938||See
16.141 - Juan Carlos ascended the Spanish throne on
22 November 1975 following the death of the Dictator, General Franco.
Juan Carlos abdicated the Crown of Spain on 18 June 2014 in favour of his son Felipe
|10.73621 - QVD||Infanta||Elena of Spain (Duchess of Lugo)||1963||Jaime de Marichalar y Sáenz de Tejada||1963||Jaime is known as the Duke of Lugo|
|10.736211 - QVD||Felipe Juan Marichalar y de Borbon||1998|
|10.736212 - QVD||Victoria Frederica Marichalar y de Borbon||2000|
|10.73622 - QVD||Infanta||Cristina of Spain (Duchess of Palma de Mallorca)||1965||Iñaki Urdangarin y Liebaert||1968|
|10.736221 - QVD||Juan Valentín Urdangarin y de Borbon||1999|
|10.736222 - QVD||Pablo Nicolás Urdangarin y de Borbon||2000|
|10.736223 - QVD||Miguel Urdangarin y de Borbon||2002|
|10.736224 - QVD||Irene Urdangarin y de Borbon||2005|
|10.73623 - QVD||King||Felipe of Spain||1968||Letizia Ortiz Rocasolano||1972||Felipe became King of Spain on 19 June 2014 following the abdication of his father Juan Carlos.|
|10.736231 - QVD||Infanta||Leonor of Spain (Princess of Asturias)||2005|
|10.736232 - QVD||Infanta||Sofía of Spain||2007|
|10.7363 - QVD||Infanta||Margarita of Spain (Duchess of Soria)||1939||Carlos Zurita y Delgado||1943|
|10.73631 - QVD||Alfonso Zurita y Delgado y de Borbon||1973|
|10.73632 - QVD||Maria Zurita y Delgado y de Borbon||1975|
|10.7364 - QVD||Infante||Alfonso of Spain||1941||1956||Infante Alfonso was accidentally killed in a shooting accident in the presence of his brother, the future King Juan Carlos. According to Paul Preston's book "JUAN CARLOS: Steering Spain from Dictatorship to Democracy" Alfonso, 14, was shot dead with a .22 calibre pistol while the 18-year-old Juan Carlos was alone with him. Paul Preston's is a professor at the LSE and regarded as the leading historian of twentieth-century Spain alive, his book caused a furore by suggesting the future monarch may have pulled the trigger.
A newspaper report at the time indicated Infante Alfonso had accidently killed himself whilst cleaning his pistol.
|10.737 - QVD||Infante||Gonzalo of Spain||1914||1934||Infante Gonzalo who suffered from haemophilia bled to death 2 days after being involved in a car accident Lake Worth, Carinthia, Austria , his sister Infanta Beatriz who was driving the car suffered only slight injuries.|
|10.8||Infanta||Maria de la Concepcion of Spain||1859||1861|
|10.9||Infanta||Maria del Pilar of Spain||1861||1879|
|10.J||Infanta||Maria de la Paz of Spain||1862||1946||Prince||Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria||1859||1949||See 18.191 - An account of an audiance by Maria de la Paz with Pope Leo XIII|
|10.K||Infanta||Marie Eulalia of Spain||1864||1958||Prince||Antonia of Orleans (4th Duke of Galliera)||1866||1930||See
13.J8 - Prince Antonia was also Infante of Spain
Antonia of Orleans (4th Duke of Galliera) inherited the title from a rich Genoa lady (Maria Brignole Sale De Ferrari) via a somewhat convoluted route.
The first Duchess of Galliera (1813 to 1817) was Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg
The second Duchess of Galliera (1837-1888) was Maria Brignole Sale De Ferrari (1811-1888) wife of the Marquis Raffaele Ferrari (1808-1876) who was created Duke of Galliera by Pope Gregory XVI in 1837, both Maria and her husband Raffaele were extremely rich in their own rights.
They had three children, the oldest died one year of age, their second child Andrea (1831-1847) grew up as friend of Antonia's father Antoine of Orleans (Duke of Montpensier). Maria and Raffaele's youngest son Philip ( 1850 -1917 ) had no interest in titles or enormous wealth and when Maria Brignole Sale De Ferrari died her wealth and title (i.e. Galliera) were passed to Antoine of Orleans (Duke of Montpensier) in view of the friendship between him and her son Andrea.
I haven't located any reference to Antoine of Orleans (Duke of Montpensier) being designated (Duke of Galliera).
In 1895, King Umberto I of Italy recognised Antonio as the heir of the title Duke of Galliera (4th).
New York Times article on Antonia (Duke of Galliera) escape!
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