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  1. Marie-Thérèse arrived in Vienna on 9 January 1796, in the evening, twenty-two days after she had left the Temple. She later left Vienna and moved to Mitau, Courland (now Jelgava, Latvia), where her father's eldest surviving brother, the Comte de Provence, lived as a guest of Tsar Paul I of Russia.

  2. Maria Amalia of Courland: References Further reading. Helen P. Liebel, "Enlightened bureaucracy versus enlightened despotism in Baden, 1750-1792." ...

  3. 369. Maria Amalia of Courland (mother of 184) 370. Maurice William, Duke of Saxe-Zeitz (father of 185) 371. Marie Amalie of Brandenburg (mother of 185) 372. George I of Great Britain (father of 186) 373. Sophia Dorothea of Celle (mother of 186) 374. John Frederick, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (father of 187) 375.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Suo_jureSuo jure - Wikipedia

    Suo jure is a Latin phrase, used in English to mean 'in his own right' or 'in her own right'. In most nobility-related contexts, it means 'in her own right', since in those situations the phrase is normally used of women; in practice, especially in England, a man rarely derives any style or title from his wife (an example is Richard Neville, earl of Warwick from his wife's heritage) although ...

  5. Maria Amalia of Courland: 21 May 1673: George William, Elector of Brandenburg and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, Electress of Brandenburg: Charles III of Naples: Margaret of Durazzo: 24 January 1370: John of Durazzo and Agnes of Périgord: Charles IV of Spain: Maria Luisa of Parma: 4 September 1765: Philip V of Spain and Elisabeth Farnese

  6. Wilhelm Kettler, Duke of Courland: 10. Jacob Kettler, Duke of Courland: 21. Duchess Sophie of Prussia: 5. Maria Amalia of Courland: 22. George William, Elector of Brandenburg (=19) 11. Margravine Louise Charlotte of Brandenburg: 23. Countess Palatine Elisabeth Charlotte of the Rhine (=20) 1. Princess Ulrike Friederike Wilhelmine of Hesse-Kassel ...

  7. Maria Amalia of Saxony (26 September 1757 – 20 April 1831) married Karl II August of Zweibrücken and had issue; Maximilian of Saxony (13 April 1759 – 3 January 1838) married Princess Caroline of Parma and had issue; married secondly Maria Luisa of Bourbon-Parma without issue