Anna Maria of Liechtenstein

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Anna Maria
Princess consort of Liechtenstein
Anna Maria Antonie of Liechtenstein.jpg
Tenure 1732-1745 / 1748-1753
Spouse Johann Ernst of Thun-Hohenstein
Joseph Wenzel I of Liechtenstein
Full name
Anna Maria Antonie
House House of Liechtenstein
Father Anton Florian of Liechtenstein
Mother Countess Eleonore Barbara of Thun-Hohenstein
Born (1699-09-11)11 September 1699
Vienna, Austria
Died 20 January 1753(1753-01-20) (aged 53)
Vienna, Austria
Burial Paulanerkirche, Vienna

Anna Maria Antonie of Liechtenstein (11 September 1699 in Vienna – 20 January 1753 in Vienna), was a princess consort of Liechtenstein; married 19 April 1718 to her cousin prince Joseph Wenzel I, Prince of Liechtenstein.

Marriage and issue[edit]

Anna Maria married firstly Count Johann Ernst of Thun-Hohenstein (1694–1717), in 1716, without issue.[1]

Anna Maria married secondly her cousin, Joseph Wenzel I of Liechtenstein (1696–1772), in 1718. They had five children, all of whom died in early childhood:

  • Prince Philipp Anton (1719).
  • Prince Philipp Anton (1720).
  • Prince Philipp Ernst (1722–1723).
  • Princess Maria Elisabeth (1724).
  • Princess Marie Alexandra (1727).

Ancestry[edit]

Sources[edit]

This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the German Wikipedia.

References[edit]

Anna Maria of Liechtenstein
Born: 11 September 1699 Died: 20 January 1753
Liechtensteiner royalty
Preceded by
Maria Anna von Kottulinsky
Princess consort of Liechtenstein
1732–1745
Succeeded by
Maria Josefa von Harrach
Preceded by
Maria Josefa von Harrach
Princess consort of Liechtenstein
1748–1753
Succeeded by
Maria Leopoldine von Sternberg