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  1. Isabel von Gloucester: 1176–1217 Kathedrale von Canterbury: Isabella von Angoulême: 1188–1246 Abtei Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, Pays de la Loire König Heinrich III. 1207–1272 Confessor's Chapel in der Westminster Abbey in London Eleonore von der Provence: 1217–1291 Convent Church in Amesbury: König Eduard I. 1239–1307

  2. As her mother was regent of Auguste's native Baden-Baden, it was her mother who tried to find a suitable candidate for her only daughter. Her mother proposed two candidates; Prince Alexander Ferdinand of Thurn and Taxis, son and heir of Anselm Franz of Thurn and Taxis, a wealthy German noble of the powerful Thurn und Taxis family and the Postmaster General of the Holy Roman Empire.

  3. Countess Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf: 2. Leopold II of Belgium: 10. Louis Philippe I of France: 5. Princess Louise of Orléans: 11. Princess Maria Amalia of Naples and Sicily: 1. Princess Stéphanie of Belgium: 12. Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor: 6. Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary: 13. Infanta Maria Louisa of Spain: 3. Archduchess Marie ...

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  6. She was the first of six children of Eugène de Beauharnais, Duke of Leuchtenberg (1781 - 1824), and his wife, Princess Augusta of Bavaria (1788 - 1851). Her paternal grandmother and namesake was Joséphine Tascher de La Pagerie , the first wife of Napoleon : she was given the name 'Joséphine' by Napoleon's request. [1]

  7. Información personal; Nombre secular: Carlos Luis José María: Otros títulos: Príncipe Imperial de Austria-Hungría (1889-1896); Príncipe de Hungría, Bohemia, Croacia, Eslavonia, Dalmacia, Galitzia y Lodomeria