Joseph Johann Adam, Prince of Liechtenstein
|Joseph Johann Adam|
|Prince of Liechtenstein|
|Reign||11 October 1721 – 17 December 1732|
|Successor||Joseph Wenzel I|
|Spouse||Maria Gabriele of Liechtenstein
Marianne of Thun-Hohenstein
Maria Anna of Oettingen-Spielberg
Maria Anna Kottulinska
|House||House of Liechtenstein|
|Mother||Countess Eleonore Barbara of Thun-Hohenstein|
25 May 1690|
|Died||17 December 1732
|Burial||Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary, Brno|
Born in Vienna, he was the only living son of Anton Florian, Prince of Liechtenstein. Johann Josef Adam served under his father for a short time during the War of the Spanish Succession and later fought against the French under the Duke of Marlborough. After the Treaty of Utrecht he became Imperial Privy Counsellor in Vienna.
Marriages and issue
- Prince Karl Anton (1713–1715)
On 3 February 1716 he married Marianne, Countess of Thun-Hohenstein (27 September 1698 – 23 February 1716), but his new bride died only 20 days after the wedding.
On 3 August 1716, in Vienna, he married to Maria Anna Katharina, Countess of Oettingen-Spielberg (21 September 1693 – 15 April 1729), daughter of Francis Albert, 1st Prince of Oettingen-Spielberg in 1735 (previously Count). They had three children:
- Prince Joseph Anton (1720–1723).
- Johann Nepomuk Karl, Prince of Liechtenstein (6 July 1724 – 22 December 1748).
- Princess Maria Theresia (28 December 1721 – 19 January 1753).
In 1729, Josef married Maria Anna, Countess Kottulinska von Kottulin (12 May 1707 – 6 February 1788). This marriage was childless.
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Joseph Johann Adam, Prince of LiechtensteinBorn: 1690 Died: 1732
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