She was born and died while her father was still styled Duke of Calabria. She was then styled Princess of Naples and Sicily. Her older siblings were Maria Theresa, namesake of her grandmother, born in 1772; Maria Luisa, born in 1773 and Carlo, Duke of Calabria, born just ten months before her. He also died in childhood, yet Maria Anna outlived him.
Maria Antonia of Naples and Sicily (14 December 1784 – 21 May 1806), was the youngest daughter of Ferdinand, King of Naples and Sicily, and Maria Carolina of Austria. As the wife of the future Ferdinand VII of Spain, then heir apparent to the Spanish throne, she held the title of Princess of Asturias . Contents 1 Biography 2 Marriage 3 Death
Marie Anna of Naples and Sicily, Principessa: Birthdate: November 23, 1775: Birthplace: Caserta, Naples, Italy: Death: February 22, 1780 (4) Savonna, Italy Immediate Family:
- November 23, 1775
- February 22, 1780 (4)Savonna, Italy
- Caserta, Naples, Italy
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HouseBourbon-Two SiciliesFatherFerdinand I of the Two SiciliesMotherMaria Carolina of AustriaReligionRoman Catholicism. Princess Maria Anna of Naples and Sicily (Italian: Maria Anna Giuseppa Antonietta Francesca Gaetana Teresa Amalia Clementina; 23 November 1775 – 22 February 1780) was a member of the Spanish Royal Family (branched out to the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies).
Her mother died at the age of 62 (Maria was 38 years old). When Maria born she was 23 years old. and Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies was 24 years old when Maria born. Her father was a King variously of Naples Sicily and the Two Sicilies. Is Maria Anna of Naples and Sicily still alive? No, she died on 02/22/1780, 241 years ago.
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