|37||King||Ferdinando I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1751||1825||Archduchess||Maria Karoline of Austria||1752||1814||Ferdinando was Infant of Spain and when he was 8 years old he was ceded Naples and Sicily by his father King Carlos III of Spain in 1759 (Carlos was himself King of Naples until he succeeded his half brother Ferdinand VI as King of Spain). He became King Ferdinando IV of Naples and Sicily and from 1816 King Ferdinando I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies. Between 1806 and 1814 Naples was under the control of France with the French General Joachim Murat becoming King of Naples . Ferdinand was restored to the throne on 3 May 1815 following the defeat of the French by an Austrian force.
Maria Karoline was a daughter of Archduchess Maria Theresa (1717-1780) of Austria, Queen of Hungary and Bohemia and Francis (1708-765) Duke of Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperor and Grand Duke of Tuscany.
|37||King||Ferdinando I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1751||1825||Duchess||Lucia Migliaccio of Floridia||1770||1826||Ferdinando was Infant of Spain and was ceded Naples and Sicily by his father King Carlos III of Spain in 1759. He became King Ferdinando IV of Naples and Sicily and from 1816 King Ferdinando I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|
|37.1||Princess||Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1772||1807||Emperor||Franz I of Austria||1768||1835||See 19 - Franz assumed the title of Emperor of Austria on 11 August 1804 and on 6 August 1806 became the last Holy Roman Emperor on its dissolution.|
|37.2||Princess||Luisa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1773||1802||Archduke||Ferdinand of Austria (Tuscany Line) - (Grand Duke Ferdinando III of Tuscany)||1769||1824||See
20 - Ferdinand became Grand Duke of Tuscany in 1790 (and ruled 1790-1799 and then 1814-1824) when it was ceded to him by his father Leopold (on becoming Holy Roman Emperor). Between 1799 and 1814 Tuscany in various disguises was under the rule of the French (Napoleon Bonaparte) or the House of Bourbon-Parma.
Certain areas of Tuscany such as Valdichiana and Maremma were swamp or bog land and which were a major cause of malaria. A reclamation programme had been in place for many years and Ferdinando III was personally involved in this and as a consequence fell ill and subsequently dying from malaria.
|37.3||Prince||Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria)||1775||1778|
|37.4||Princess||Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1775||1780|
|37.5||King||Francesco I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1777||1830||Archduchess||Clementine of Austria||1777||1801||Clementine was a sister to Emperor Franz I of Austria|
|37.5||King||Francesco I of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1777||1830||Infanta||Maria Isabella of Spain||1789||1848|
|37.51||Princess||Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1798||1870||Prince||Charles Ferdinand of France (Duke of Berry)||1778||1820||Prince Charles who was a son of King Charles X of France was
assassinated in Paris by Jean Pierre Louvel
(1783-1820) a saddler who held the belief that all the Bourbons merited death. Louvel stabbed the Duke of Berry with a dagger just as he was leaving
the opera house in Paris with his wife. Louvel was executed in the same year for his crime.
An interesting New York Times article regarding a book "The Duchess of Berry and the Court of Charles X by Imbert De Saint-Amand".
Another interesting newspaper article published in 1954 on the efforts of Maria Carolina to retain the Bourbon throne of France for her son Henri and her clandestine marriage to her second husband Count Ettore Carlo di Lucchesi Palli.
|37.51||Princess||Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1798||1870||Count||Ettore Carlo di Lucchesi Palli||1806||1864||Count Ettore and his wife Princess Maria Carolina were the parents of Count Adinolfo Lucchesi Palli (1840 - 1911) who in turn was the father of Count Pietro Luchesi Palli husband of Princess Beatrice of Bourbon-Parma|
|37.511||Princess||Louise Isabelle of France||1817||1817|
|37.512||Prince||Louis of France||1818||1818|
|37.513||Princess||Louise Marie Thérèse of France||1819||1864||Duke||Carlo III of Bourbon-Parma||1823||1854||See 47.252
Carlo III and Louise Marie Thérèse were the parents of Duke Roberto I of Bourbon-Parma.
Carlo III was stabbed with a sword apparently by a soldier who had been struck on the face by a horse whip wielded by Carlo.
Contradictory reports surrounding the circumstances of Carlos III's death.
|37.514||Prince||Henri of France (HENRI V) Duke of Bordeaux, Count of Chambord||1820||1883||Archduchess||Marie Therese of Austria (Modena Line)||1817||1886||See
47.51 - The marriage of the Duke of
Bordeaux to Marie Thérese was somewhat indignantly received by King Louis-Philippe I of the French.
An account of the Duke of Bordeaux requesting the hand of Marie Thérese in marriage.
An interesting article on the Count of Chambord and his Castle of Frohsdorff.
Report on the death of Marie Therese.
The New York Time report of the death of Henri (HENRI V), Duke of Bordeaux, Count of Chambord
Marie Therese had a crypt built in the Church of Kostanjevica in Slovenia so that the remains of the last Bourbons could all be gathered togther.
Six members of the Bourbons are in the crypt, namely
I. Marie Thérese
2. her husband, Henri , Count of Chambord
3. Henri's grandfather Charles X (1757-1836) King of France (1824-1830)
4. Henri's uncle Louis XIX (1775–1844), Duke of Angouleme, the oldest son of Charles X
5. Louis XIX's wife Marie Thérese Charlotte (1778–1851), who was a daughter of Charles X's elder brother King Louis XVI (Louis XVI along with his wife Marie Antoinette were guillotined in 1793, but nine months apart)
6. Henri's sister Louise Marie Thérese (1819–1864) wife of Charles III, Duke of Parma
Was Henri, Count of Chambord illegitimate
|37.52||Prince||Ferinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1800||1801|
|37.53||Princess||Luisa Carlotta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1804||1844||Infante||Francisco de Paulo of Spain (Duke of Cadiz)||1794||1865|
|37.531||Infante||Francisco de Asis of Spain (Duke of Cadiz)||1820||1821|
|37.532||Infanta||Isabel Fernanda of Spain||1821||1897||Count||Ignatius Gurowski||1814 (or possibly 1812)||1887||Marriage Registration of Isabel Fernanda and Ignatius|
|37.533||Infante||Francisco de Asis of Spain (Duke of Cadiz)||1822||1902||Queen||Isabel II of Spain||1830||1904||See 10|
|37.534||Infante||Enrique Maria of Spain (Duke of Seville)||1823||1870||Elena de Castellvi y Shelly-Fernandez de Cordova||1821||1863||On 12 March 1870 Infante Enrique of Spain
fought a gun duel with Antoine of Orleans (Duke of
Montpensier) and the former was killed instantly when a gun shot ball hit his head. Infante Enrique was a first cousin to Duke of Montpensier's
wife Infanta Maria Luisa, their fathers were brothers.
A New York Times article on "The Truth About the Recent Fatal Duel - What led to It"
|37.535||Infanta||Luisa Teresa of Spain||1824||1900||José Maria Osorio de Moscoso (XVI Duke of Sessa)||1828||1881|
|37.536||Infante||Duarte Felipe of Spain||1826||1830|
|37.537||Infanta||Josefina Fernanda of Spain||1827||1910||José Güell y Rente||1818||1884|
|37.538||Infanta||Teresa of Spain||1828||1829|
|37.539||Infante||Fernando of Spain||1832||1854|
|37.53J||Infanta||Maria Cristina of Spain||1833||1902||Infant;||Sebastion of Spain and Portugal||1811||1875||See 12.11|
|37.53K||Infanta||Amalia of Spain||1834||1905||Prince||Adalbert of Bavaria||1828||1875||See 18.19|
|37.52||Prince||Ferinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1800||1801|
|37.54||Princess||Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1806||1878||King||Fernando VII of Spain||1784||1833||Fernando was married four times:
First - Princess Marie Antoinetta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Second - Infanta Maria Isabel Francisca of Portugal
Third - Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony
Fourth - Princess Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
|37.54||Princess||Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1806||1878||Duke||Fernando Munoz y Sanchez of Rianzoro||1808||1873||Details of the will of Maria Cristina|
|37.541||Maria Amparo Muñoz y de Borbón (Countess of Vista Alegre)||1834||1864||Prince||Ladislas Czartoryski (12th Prince Czartoryski)||1828||1894||Ladislas was secondly married to Princess Marguerite of Orleans
An interesting account of the Czartoryski family
|37.55||King||Ferdinando II "King Bomba" of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1810||1859||Princess||Maria Christina of Savoy||1812||1836||See 47.27 - Ferdinando II got his nickname "King Bomba" after he ordered the bombardment of Messina (1848) and Palermo (1849) to quell disorders which had broken out in Sicily. Christina's father was King Victor Emanuel I of Sardinia (1759-1824) who was succeeded as King of Sardinia by his brother Charles Felix|
|37.55||King||Ferdinando II "King Bomba" of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1810||1859||Archduchess||Maria Theresa of Austria (Teschen Line)||1816||1867||See
44.1 - Ferdinando II got his nickname "King Bomba" after he ordered the bombardment of Messina (1848) and Palermo (1849) to quell disorders which had broken out in Sicily.
Death Announcement of King Ferdinando
|37.551||King||Francesco II of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1836||1894||Duchess||Maria Sophia in Bavaria||1841||1925||See
18.K6 - Francesco lost his throne when his Kingdom was annexed to Italy on 17 December 1860.
Death announcement of King Francesco.
Report on the removal in 1939 of the remains of Francesco II and his wife Maria Sophia to the church of San Spirito de'Napoletani in Rome to rest with their daughter Maria Cristina. The articles in Wikipedia on Maria Sophia and her daughter Maria Cristina mentions the remains were again removed in 1984 to the Church of Santa Chiara in Naples
|37.5511||Princess||Maria Cristina Pia of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1869||1870|
|37.552||Prince||Lodovico of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Count di Trani)||1838||1886||Duchess||Mathilde in Bavaria||1843||1925||See
Brief report on the death of Count di Trani
|37.5521||Princess||Maria Theresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1867||1909||Prince||Wilhelm of Hohenzollern||1864||1927||See 6.11|
|37.553||Prince||Alberto Maria of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Count di Castrogiovanni)||1839||1844|
|37.554||Prince||Alfonso of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Count of Caserta)||1841||1934||Princess||Maria Antonietta of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1851||1938||See
37.5N1 - Alfonso succeeded his brother King Francesco II as head of the Royal House of
A simple funeral for the Count of Caserta "just as the poor are buried"
|37.5541||Prince||Ferdinando Pius of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Duke of Calabria)||1869||1960||Princess||Maria Ludwiga of Bavaria||1872||1954||See 18.1513 - Following the death of Prince Ferdinando succession to Bourbon-Two-Sicilies is made very complicated and a more detailed explanation can be found here|
|37.55411||Princess||Maria Antonietta of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1898||1957|
|37.55412||Princess||Maria Christina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1899||1985||Manoel Sotomayor-y-Luna||1884||1949||Manoel was Vice-President of Ecuador 1948-1949|
|37.55413||Prince||Ruggiero Maria of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Duke of Noto)||1901||1914|
|37.55414||Princess||Barbara of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1902||1927||Count||Franz Xavier of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1894||1947||Count Franz died as a prisoner of war at Gostynie, Poland|
|37.554141||Countess||Elisabeth of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1923||2012||Count||Rüdiger von Stillfried und Rattonitz||1923||2014|
|37.554142||Countess||Maria Josefa of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1924||1986|
|37.554143||Count||Ferdinand Anton of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1925||2002|
|37.554144||Countess||Sophie of Stolberg-Wernigerode||1926||1987|
|37.55415||Princess||Lucia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1908||2001||Prince||Eugenio of Savoy, Duke of Ancona (5 th Duke of Genoa)||1906||1996||See 8.226 - The marriage of Princess Lucia and Prince Eugenio (which brought together the Royal Houses of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Italy) may have been a contributary factor in the reburial of King Francis II of the Two Sicilies and his Queen Maria Sophie in the church Santo Spirito dei Napoletani|
|37.55416||Princess||Urraca Maria of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1913||1999|
|37.5542||Prince||Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1870||1949||Infanta||Maria de las Mercedes of Spain (Princess of Asturias)||1880||1904||See
10.71 - 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 (the Act of Cannes of 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.
|37.5542||Prince||Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1870||1949||Princess||Louise of Orleans (Infanta of Spain)||1882||1958||See 13.117 - 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 his first wife Maria de las Mercedes in execution of the Pragmatic Decree" of 1759 prohibiting the union of the Spanish and Two Sicilies Crowns.
NY Times article on the wedding of Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Louise of Orleans.
They were married at Wood Norton Hall the country house of Louise's brother Prince Louis Philippe of Orleans (Duke of Orleans)
Marriage Registration of Prince Carlos and Princess Louise
|37.55421||Prince||Alfonso of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria and Count of Caserta) (Infante of Spain)||1901||1964||Princess||Alice of Bourbon-Parma||1917||2017||See
38.J7 - Alphonso lay claim to the Head of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies on the death of
Prince Ferdinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria), and also assumed the title of
Duke of Calabria.
A short article relating to the proposed marriage of Alice and Alfonso and a second article on the marriage.
|37.554211||Princess||Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1937||Inigo Moreno y de Arteago (12 th Marquess de Laula)||1934|
|37.554212||Prince||Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria and Count of Caserta) (Infante of Spain)||1938||2015||Princess||Anne of Orleans||1938||2015||See 13.12545 - Carlos was created Infante of Spain by Royal Decree of King Juan Carlos of Spain on 16 December 1994. ROYAL HOUSE OF BOURBON - TWO SICILIES|
|37.5542121||Princess||Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1966||Pedro López-Quesada y Fernández Urrutia||1964|
|37.55421211||Victoria Lopez-Quesada y de Borbon Dos Sicilias||1997|
|37.55421212||Pedro Lopez-Quesada y de Borbon Dos Sicilias||2003|
|37.5542122||Princess||María of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1967||Archduke||Simeon of Austria||1958||See 19.J32163|
|37.5542123||Prince||Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies ((Duke of Calabria and Count of Caserta)||1968||Sofia Landaluce y Melgarejo||1973||Apparently, at the time of the Pedro's marriage his father made clear he and his wife and any children would not be
Prince/Princess of Bourbon-Two Sicilies.This action seems to have been rescinded.
Pedro is the present Head of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies although this is disputed by his cousin Prince Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro).
There was also a reconciliation agreement dated 25 January 2014 (Naples Agreement) signed by both Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Noto at the time but later Duke of Calabria and Count of Caserta) and Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro)
|37.55421231||Prince||Jaime of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Noto)||1992||Lady||Charlotte Diana Lindesay-Bethune||1993|
|37.55421232||Prince||Juan of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2003|
|37.55421233||Prince||Pablo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2004|
|37.55421234||Prince||Pedro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2007|
|37.55421235||Princess||Sofia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2008|
|37.55421236||Princess||Blanca of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2011|
|37.55421237||Princess||María of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2015|
|37.5542124||Princess||Inés María of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1971||Nobile||Michele Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano||1965|
|37.55421241||Nobile||Teresa Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano||2003|
|37.55421242||Nobile||Blanca Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano||2005|
|37.5542125||Princess||Victoria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1976||Markos Nomikos||1965|
|37.554213||Princess||Inés Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1940||Luis Morales y Aguado||1933||2000|
|37.55422||Prince||Ferdinand of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1903||1905|
|37.55423||Princess||Isabella of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1904||1985||Count||Jan Zamoyski||1900||1961||37.5N48|
|37.55424||Prince||Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1908||1936||Carlos was killed in action during the Spanish Civil War in the Battle of Elgoibar fighting in the Nationalist Army|
|37.55425||Princess||Maria de les Dolores of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1909||1996||Prince||Joseph August Czartoryski (13th Prince Czartoryski)||1907||1946||See 13.4313|
|37.55425||Princess||Maria de les Dolores of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1909||1996||Carlos Chias y Osorio||1925|
|37.55426||Princess||Maria de las Mercedes of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1910||2000||Infante||Juan of Spain (Count of Barcelona)||1913||1993||See 10.736 - Infante Juan renounced his rights to the Spanish throne on 14 May 1977 in favour of his son Juan Carlos|
|37.55427||Princess||Maria de la Esperanza of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1914||2005||Prince||Pedro Gastão of Orleans-Bragança (Prince of Grão Pará)||1913||2007||See 12.47212|
|37.5543||Prince||Francesco of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1873||1876|
|37.5544||Princess||Maria Immaculate of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1874||1947||Prince||Johann Georg of Saxony||1869||1938||See 26.6656|
|37.5545||Princess||Maria Christina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1877||1947||Archduke||Peter Ferdinand of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1874||1948||See 20.355|
|37.5546||Princess||Maria Pia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1878||1973||Prince||Luiz of Orleans-Bragança||1878||1920||See 12.4722|
|37.5547||Princess||Maria Giuseppina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1880||1971|
|37.5548||Prince||Gennaro of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1882||1944||Beatrice Dorothy Bordessa||1879||1963||Beatriz was created Countess de Villa Colli in 1923.
Birth Registration of Beatrice
Marriage Registration of Gennaro and Beatrice
Death Registration of Beatrice
|37.5549||Prince||Ranieri of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro)||1883||1973||Countess||Karoline Zamoyska||1896||1968||See 37.5N47 - Ranieri lay claim to the Head of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies on the death of his brother Prince Ferdinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria) in 1960, and also assumed the title of Duke of Castro|
|37.55491||Princess||Maria del Carmen of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1924|
|37.55492||Prince||Ferdinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro)||1926||2008||Chantel de Chevron-Villette||1925||2005|
|37.554921||Princess||Beatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1950||Prince||Charles Bonaparte (Prince Napoléon)||1950||See 22.123121 - Charles is the present Head of the Imperial House of France|
|37.554922||Princess||Anna Marie of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1957||Jacques Cochin||1951|
|37.554923||Prince||Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro)||1963||Camilla Crociani||1971||Prince Carlo is one of the two pretenders to the headship of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|
|37.5549231||Princess||Maria-Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2003|
|37.5549232||Princess||Maria Chiara of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2005|
|37.554J||Prince||Filippo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1885||1949||Princess||Marie Louise of Orleans||1896||1973||See 13.4221 - NY Times article on the wedding of Filippo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Marie Louise of Orleans|
|37.554J||Prince||Filippo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1885||1949||Odette Labori||1902||1968|
|37.554J1||Prince||Gaëtano of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1917||1984||Olivia Yarrow||1917||1987||Marriage Registration of Gaëtano and Olivia|
|37.554J11||Adrian Philip de Bourbon||1948||Linda Rose Idensohn||1950|
|37.554J12||Gregory Peter de Bourbon||1950||Maureen Marjorie Powell||1951|
|37.554J12||Gregory Peter de Bourbon||1950||Carrie Anne Thornley||1945|
|37.554K||Prince||Francesco d'Assisi of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1888||1914|
|37.554L||Prince||Gabriel of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1897||1975||Princess||Izabelle Malgorzato Czartoryski||1902||1929||See 13.4311 - Izabelle died shortly after giving birth to her son Prince Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|
|37.554L||Prince||Gabriel of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1897||1975||Princess||Cecilia Lubomirska||1907||2001|
|37.554L1||Prince||Antoine of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1929||2019||Duchess||Elisabeth of Württemberg||1933||2022||See 22.K31114|
|37.554L11||Prince||Francesco Filippo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1960||Countess||Alexandra von Schönborn-Wiesentheid||1967|
|37.554L111||Prince||Antoine Gaetano of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2003|
|37.554L112||Princess||Dorothée Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||2005|
|37.554L12||Princess||Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1962||Andreas Baumbach||1963|
|37.554L13||Prince||Gennaro Maria Pio Casimir of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1966|
|37.554L14||Princess||Maria Annunziata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1973||Count||Carl Fredrik Creutz||1971|
|37.554L2||Prince||Giovani of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1933||2000|
|37.554L3||Princess||Maria Margarita of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1934||2014||Luis Maldonado y Gordon||1932|
|37.554L4||Princess||Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1937||2020||Miguel Garcia de Saez y Tellecea||1921||1982|
|37.554L5||Prince||Casimir of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1938||Princess||Maria Christina of Savoy||1933||See 8.13112|
|37.554L51||Prince||Luigi Alfonso of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1970||Christine Apovian||1969|
|37.554L52||Princess||Anna Cecilia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1971||Count||Rodolphe de Vincens de Causans||1973|
|37.554L53||Princess||Elena Sophie of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1973|
|37.554L54||Prince||Alexander Henry of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1974|
|37.555||Princess||Maria Annuziata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1843||1871||Archduke||Karl Ludwig of Austria||1833||1896||See 19.J3|
|37.556||Princess||Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1844||1899||Archduke||Karl Salvator of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1839||1892||See 20.38 - A report on the marriage of Karl Salvator and Maria Immaculata which took place in the Vatican which was blessed by Pope Pius VI|
|37.557||Prince||Gaetan of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count of Girgenti)||1846||1871||Infanta||Maria Isabel "la Chata" of Spain (Princess of Asturias)||1851||1931||See
10.3 - 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.
New York Times obituary on Prince Gaetan and their later report surrounding his suicide.
|37.558||Prince||Giuseppe Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1848||1851|
|37.559||Princess||Maria Pia delle Grazie of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1849||1882||Duke||Roberto I of Bourbon-Parma||1848||1907||See
38- Maria Pia died in childbirth of her daughter
Princess Augusto. Roberto was overthrown in 1860 following the annexation of the Duchy of Parma to the Kingdom of Sardinia in 1859.
Funeral report of the death of Roberto I of Bourbon-Parma
|37.55J||Prince||Vincenzo Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count di Melazzo)||1851||1854|
|37.55K||Prince||Pasquale Baylen of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count di Bari)||1852||1904||Blanche Marconnay||1848||1926|
|37.55L||Princess||Maria Immacolata of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1855||1874||Prince||Enrico of Bourbon-Parma (Count of Bardi)||1851||1905||Enrico was a brother of Duke Roberto I of Bourbon-Parma|
|37.55M||Prince||Gennaro Maria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count di Caltagirone)||1857||1867||A cholera epidemic took place in Italy in 1867 claiming several thousand deaths.
Gennaro (Count di Caltagirone) along with his mother the Dowager Queen of Bourbon-Two Sicilies succumbed to the disease in the town of Albino, Italy.
|37.56||Prince||Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1811||1862||Penelope Smyth||1815||1882||An interesting article on
Carlo and Penelope eloped to Scotland and married at Gretna Green. The above article mentions the couple were married three more times, Madrid, in Rome and, ultimately, in London.
Their Madrid marriage was reported in a Newspaper to have taken place sometime before 10 April 1836.
It was reported in 1912 that Certificates from over 1100 marriages in Gretna Green between 1825 and 1854 were to be sold. One of the noteworthy entries was that on 7 May 1836 between Prince Carlo Ferdinando Borbon and Penelope Caroline Smyth.
The London marriage of the Prince of Capua is borne out by a newspaper article in October 1836 which said "The banns of marriage between the Prince of Capua and Penelope Smyth were published in St. George's Church, Hanover Square, on Sunday last". Also FreeREG has a marriage of Carlo Ferdinando BORBONE to Penelope SMYTH in St George Hanover Square Tr on 23 May 1836.
A report on the death of Penelope Smyth.
|37.57||Prince||Leopoldo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1813||1860||Princess||Maria of Savoy-Carignano||1814||1874||Maria was a second cousin to King Carlo Alberto of Sardinia, their respective grandfathers were brothers (Princes of Savoy-Carignano)|
|37.58||Princess||Antoniette of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1814||1898||Archduke||Leopoldo of Austria (Tuscany Line) - (Grand Duke Leopoldo II of Tuscany)||1797||1870||See 20.3 - Leopoldo abdicated his throne on 21 July 1859 in favour of his son Archduke Ferdinando|
|37.59||Prince||Antonia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count di Lecce)||1816||1843|
|37.5J||Princess||Marie Amelia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1818||1857||Infant||Sebastion of Spain and Portugal||1811||1875||See 12.11|
|37.5K||Princess||Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1820||1861||Infant||Carlos of Spain (Count of Montelimon)||1818||1861||See 12.51|
|37.5L||Princess||Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1822||1889||Emperor||Pedro II of Brazil||1825||1891||See
12.47 - Pedro was Emperor of Brazil until he was deposed on 15 November 1889. He was only 5 years old when his father Pedro I abdicated, Regents ruled in his place until
July 23, 1840, and he was officially crowned emperor on July 18, 1841.
The New York Times report on the death of Pedro II
|37.5M||Prince||Luigi Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count di Aquila)||1824||1897||Princess||Januária Maria of Brazil (Princess Imperial of Brazil)||1822||1901||See 12.44|
|37.5N||Prince||Francesco of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Count of Trapani)||1827||1892||Archduchess||Maria Isabella of Austria (Tuscany Line)||1834||1901||See 20.34|
|37.5N1||Princess||Maria Antonietta of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1851||1938||Prince||Alfonso of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies (Count of Caserta)||1841||1934||See 37.554 - Alfonso succeeded his brother King Francesco II as head of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies|
|37.5N2||Prince||Leopoldo Maria of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1853||1870|
|37.5N3||Princess||Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1855||1856|
|37.5N4||Princess||Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1856||1941||Count||Andrzej Zamoyski||1852||1927|
|37.5N41||Countess||Maria Jozefa Zamoyska||1887||1961||Prince||Karol Radziwill||1874||1906|
|37.5N41||Countess||Maria Jozefa Zamoyska||1887||1961||Jan Kamil Bisping||1880||1939|
|37.5N42||Count||Franciszek Zamoyski||1888||1948||Countess||Zofia Broel-Plater||1900||1991|
|37.5N44||Countess||Maria Izabella Zamoyska||1891||1910|
|37.5N47||Countess||Karoline Zamoyska||1896||1968||Prince||Ranieri of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Castro)||1883||1973||See 37.5549 - Ranieri lay claim to the Head of the Royal House of Bourbon-Two Sicilies on the death of his brother Prince Ferdinando of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Duke of Calabria) in 1960, and also assumed the title of Duke of Castro|
|37.5N48||Count||Jan Zamoyski||1900||1961||Princess||Isabella of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1904||1985||See 37.55423|
|37.5N5||Prince||Ferdinando Maria of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1857||1859|
|37.5N6||Princess||Maria Annunziata of Bourbon-Two-Sicilies||1858||1873|
|37.6||Princess||Maria Christina Teresa of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1779||1849||King||Charles Felix of Sardinia||1765||1831||Maria Christina Teresa and Maria Christina Amelia were twins. The death of King Charles Felix without issue marked the end of what was the main branch of Savoy. The Crown of Sardinia then passed to his distant cousin Carlo Alberto of the Savoy-Carignan branch|
|37.7||Princess||Maria Christina Amelia of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1779||1783||Maria Christina Teresa and Maria Christina Amelia weree twins|
|37.8||Prince||Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1780||1789|
|37.9||Prince||Giuseppe of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1781||1783|
|37.J||Princess||Marie Amelie of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1782||1866||King||Louis-Philippe I of the French||1773||1850||See
13 - Louis-Philippe head of Orleanist cadet branch of the Bourbons was proclaimed King
of the French on 7 August 1830 following the abdication of King Charles X of France (1757-1836) from the senior line of the Bourbons.
One of Charles X of France sons
Prince Charles Ferdinand of France (Duke of Berry) was married to Princess Maria Carolina
of Bourbon-Two Sicilies.
Revolutions throughout Europe eventually led to the abdication of Louis-Philippe on 24 February 1848 who tried unsuccessfully to abdicate in favour
of his grandson
Prince Louis Philippe (Count of Paris) The proposed succession by the Count of Paris was not acceptable
to the masses and a Republic was proclaimed on the same day. Following riots, most members of the Royal Family fled to exile in England.
Louis-Philippe lived in England until his death on 26 August 1850 in Claremont House, Surrey. From 1848 he was called the Count de Neuilly
A long report on the death of ex Queen Marie Amelie.
A report on the tragic death of King Louis-Philippe.
A report on the funeral of King Louis-Philippe.
Death registration of King Louis-Philippe I
Death registration of Princess Marie Amelie
|37.K||Princess||Marie Antoinetta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1784||1806||King||Fernando VII of Spain||1784||1833||Fernando was married four times:
First - Princess Marie Antoinetta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
Second - Infanta Maria Isabel Francisca of Portugal
Third - Princess Maria Josepha of Saxony
Fourth - Princess Maria Cristina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies
|37.L||Princess||Marie Clotilda of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1786||1792|
|37.M||Princess||Marie Enrichetta of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1787||1792|
|37.N||Prince||Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1788||1789|
|37.O||Prince||Leopoldo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1790||1851||Archduchess||Marie Clementine of Austria||1798||1881||See 19.7|
|37.O1||Princess||Marie Caroline of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1822||1869||Prince||Henri of Orleans (Duke of Aumale)||1822||1897||See
13.9 - The Duke of Aumale died on 7 May just a day or so after hearing of the tragic death a day or so earlier of the Duchess of Alencon (who was married to the Duke of Aumale's nephew)
in a charity bazaar fire. According to The New York Times the Duke of Aumale died from shock regarding the death of his niece by
The Duke of Aumale inherited the vast fortune and estates of his god father the Prince of Condé (1756-1830) who was married to the Duke of Aumale's great Aunt Princess Bathilde d'Orléans (1750-1822).
Funeral Report of Marie Caroline, Duchess of Aumale.
Death Registration of Marie Caroline
|37.O2||Prince||Lodovico Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1824||1824|
|37.P||Prince||Alberto of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1792||1798||Alberto died at sea while the family were fleeing from Naples to Palermo to escape the French Invasion of Naples|
|37.Q||Princess||Maria Isabella of Bourbon-Two Sicilies||1793||1801|