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  1. Murió soltero y sin descendencia. Alberto I (1867-1952), sucesor de su hermano a la muerte de éste como VIII príncipe de Thurn y Taxis. Casado con la archiduquesa Margarita Clementina de Austria; con descendencia. Viudez, locura, fallecimiento y entierro. La felicidad conyugal no duró mucho y al poco crecieron las preocupaciones por el ...

  2. Maximiliano Carlos, VI Príncipe Thurn und Taxis: 1802: 1871: Víctor Manuel, Duque de Saboya: 1820: 1878: Futuro Víctor Manuel II, Rey de Cerdeña y de Italia 1844: Archiduque Francisco José de Austria: 1830: 1916: Futuro Francisco José, Emperador de Austria, Rey de Hungría y Bohemia, Croacia y Eslavonia, Dalmacia, Galicia y Lodomeria, e ...

  3. The family of Thurn und Taxis remains well known as owners of breweries and former builders of castles. The family seat is Saint Emmeram's Abbey . His father, Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn and Taxis , an internationally renowned boulevardier , died in 1990 when Albert was seven years old, leaving the young boy to inherit a US$3 billion fortune and US$500 million in debts. [5]

  4. Albert Maria Joseph Maximilian Lamoral, 8th Prince of Thurn and Taxis [citation needed] (full German name: Albert Maria Joseph Maximilian Lamoral Fürst von Thurn und Taxis; [citation needed] 8 May 1867 – 22 January 1952) was the eighth Prince of Thurn and Taxis and Head of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis from 2 June 1885 until his death on 22 January 1952.

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  7. 1794: María Teresa de Thurn y Taxis, noble alemana, princesa de Thurn y Taxis (f. 1874). 1796: Nicolás I, zar ruso (f. 1855). 1796: Robert Wight, cirujano y botánico escocés (f. 1872). 1804: Jerónimo Carrión, político ecuatoriano, presidente de Ecuador entre 1865 y 1867 (f. 1873). 1808: Johann Gustav Droysen, historiador alemán (f. 1884).