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  1. Maria Karolina Sobieska, Duchess Consort of Bouillon: 25 Nov 1697 8 May 1740 1. Frederick Maurice Casimir, Prince of Turenne, no issue 2. Charles Godefroy, Duke of Bouillon, had issue Anne Julie de Melun, Princess Consort of Soubise: 1698 18 May 1724 Jules, Prince of Soubise, had issue

  2. Maria Clementina Sobieska, queen of France, England, Scotland and Ireland; Michael I, king of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; Stanisław Leszczyński, king of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Duke of Lorraine; Marie Leszczyńska, Queen consort of France; Catherine Opalińska, queen of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Duchess of ...

  3. Maria Teresa (18 October 1673 – 7 December 1675), called "La Mannone", died at the age of two. Daughter (October 1674), stillborn or died shortly after birth. Teresa Kunegunda (4 March 1676 – 10 March 1730), married Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria and had issue. Aleksander Benedykt (6 September 1677 – 19 November 1714), died ...

  4. Teresa Kunegunda Sobieska herbu Janina (ur. 4 marca 1676, na Wawelu w Krakowie, ... Maria Anna Karolina (1696-1750), zakonnica pod imieniem Therese Emanuele de Corde ...

  5. Maria Karolina von Österreich: 1752–1814 Toskanagruft in der Kapuzinergruft in Wien; Herz: Augustinerkirche Lucia Migliaccio: 1770–1826 Kirche S. Ferdinando in Neapel: König Franz I. 1777–1830 Grabkapelle der Bourbonen in der Kirche Santa Chiara in Neapel Maria Klementine von Österreich: 1777–1801

  6. Lecouvreur was to die mysteriously shortly afterwards: there is controversy as to whether or not she was poisoned by her rival, Maria Karolina Sobieska, Duchess of Bouillon. At the outbreak of the War of the Polish Succession , Saxe served under Marshal the Duke of Berwick , and for a brilliant exploit at the Siege of Philippsburg he was named lieutenant-general.

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    Maria Karolina Sobieska (1697–1740), Polish noblewoman, duchesse de Bouillon, daughter of James Louis Sobieski; Maria Clementina Sobieska (1702–1735), Polish noblewoman, wife of the Jacobite pretender James Francis Edward Stuart, sister of the above; Johann Baptist Alzog (1808–1878), German theologian and Catholic church historian.