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  1. Maria Antonia of Parma (Maria Antonia Giuseppa Walburga Anna Luisa Vicenza Margherita Caterina; 28 November 1774 – 20 February 1841) was a Princess of Parma, daughter of Duke Ferdinand I of Parma and his wife, Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria.

  2. Princess Maria Antonia of Bourbon-Parma (7 November 1895 – 19 October 1977); she was considered as a possible bride for Infante Jaime, Duke of Madrid, but ultimately did not marry him. Then, she was a Benedictine nun under the religious name of Mother Maria Antonia of the Benedictine Order of the Sisters of St. Cecile.

    • 14 January 1884 – 16 November 1907
    • Braganza
  3. In 1802 her son married Princess Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily. When Princess Maria Antonia died in 1806, she was rumored to have been poisoned by the queen also. Maria Luisa was interested in music and art, and known as a protector of artists, most notably Francisco Goya .

    Name
    Lifespan
    Notes
    Carlos ClementeInfante of Spain
    19 September 1771 – 7 March 1774
    Born and died at El Escorial; baptized on ...
    Carlota JoaquinaQueen of Portugal and the ...
    25 April 1775 – 7 January 1830
    Born at the Royal Palace of Aranjuez, she ...
    Maria LuisaInfanta of Spain
    11 September 1777 – 2 July 1782
    Born and died at the Royal Palace of La ...
    María AmaliaInfanta of Spain
    9 January 1779 – 22 July 1798
    Born at the Royal Palace of El Pardo, she ...
  4. 20 de oct. de 2021 · Princess Maria Antonia of Bourbon-Parma (1895 – 1937), Benedictine nun at the Monastery of Solesmes, France Princess Isabella of Bourbon-Parma (1898 – 1984), unmarried Prince Luigi of Bourbon-Parma (1899 – 1967), married Princess Maria Francesca of Savoy , had four children

  5. Princess Maria Antonia of Parma (Maria Antonia Giuseppa Walburga Anna Luisa Vicenza Margherita Caterina; 28 November 1774 – 20 February 1841) was a Princess of Parma, daughter of Ferdinand I of Parma and his wife, Maria Amalia of Austria. She was named after Queen Maria Antonia of Sardinia.

  6. María Antonieta de Borbón-Parma o María Antonia (Parma, Italia, 28 de noviembre de 1774 - 20 de febrero de 1841) fue una princesa de Parma, hija del duque Fernando I de Parma y la archiduquesa María Amalia de Austria.

  7. Born on November 28, 1862, in Bronnbach; died on May 14, 1959, in Luxemburg; daughter of Adelheid (1831–1909) and Miguel also known as Michael I (1802–1866), king of Portugal (r. 1828–1834); married Robert, duke of Bourbon-Parma, on October 15, 1884; children: Adelaide of Parma (b. 1885, a nun); Sixtus (b. 1886); Franz Xaver (b. 1889 ...