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  1. 27/04/2022 · Giustina Pecori-Suárez, born on November 27, 1811 in Florence, Italy, was the third wife of Jerome Bonaparte, youngest brother of Emperor Napoleon I. She married on February 19, 1853 in Paris. She died on January 30, 1903 in Florence.

    • "Юстина Пекори-Суарес"
    • 1903 (91-92)
    • 1811
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  2. Justine Bartolini-Baldelli, née Percoli-Suárez, was a French Princess, being the spouse of Prince Jérôme Bonaparte, heir presumptive of France during the second Empire. Background Giustina Pecori-Suárez was the daughter of Bernard Percoli. Career

  3. Giustina Pecori-Suárez Short name Giustina Pecori-Suárez Year of birth 1811 Year of death 1903 Short Description "Justine Bartolini-Baldelli (née Pecori-Suárez; Italian: Giustina; 27 November 1811 in Florence, Italy – 30 January 1903 in Florence) was a French princess, being the spouse of Prince Jérôme Bonaparte, heir presumptive of France during the second Empire."

  4. Justine Bartolini-Baldelli (née Pecori-Suárez; Italian: Giustina; 27 November 1811 in Florence, Italy – 30 January 1903 in Florence) was a French princess, being the spouse of Prince Jérôme Bonaparte, heir presumptive of France during the second Empire. Life. Giustina Pecori-Suárez was the daughter of Bernard Pecori (or Percoli).

  5. Giustina Pecori-Suárez, born on November 27, 1811 in Florence, Italy, was the third wife of Jérôme Bonaparte, youngest brother of Emperor Napoleon I. She married on February 19, 1853 in Paris. She died on January 30, 1903 in Florence.

  6. Giustina Pecori-Suárez's bio. Born 1811 and died 1903. Memorialize Giustina's life with photos and stories about her and the Pecori-Suárez family history and genealogy.

  7. Third wife of Jérôme Bonaparte. Name variations: Giustina Pecori. Born Giustina Pecori-Suárez Grimaldi; married Jérôme Bonaparte (1784–1860), brother of Napoleon I, in a religious ceremony, in 1840, and later in a civil ceremony, in 1853.