Infanta Maria of Portugal ( Évora, Kingdom of Portugal, 6 April 1342 – Aveiro, Kingdom of Portugal, after 1363; Portuguese pronunciation: ) was a [mɐˈɾiɐ] Portuguese (princess), first daughter of infanta King Peter I of Portugal and his Queen consort Constance of Peñafiel.
Maria was born in
Évora on April 6, 1342. In 1354 she married Infante Fernando of Aragon, Marquis of Tortosa, son of Aragonese King Alfonso IV.
Fernando was murdered by his half-brother
Peter IV of Aragon in 1363. Maria then returned to Portugal where she died in the city of Aveiro in a year after 1363. She is buried in the Convent of Saint Claire of Coimbra.
Ancestry [ edit ]
Ancestors of Maria, Marchioness of Tortosa
* also an infanta of Spain, ** also an imperial princess of Brazil, *** also a princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duchess in Saxony
Beatrice, titular Queen of Portugal Infante Pedro
Infante Fernando, Lord of Eça 1 Infanta Maria Brites, Countess of Valencia de Campos
1 Infanta Isabel Brites, Countess of Cigales and Buelna
1 Infanta Joana, Lady of Buendía
1 Infante Fernando, Lord of Cifuentes
1 Infante Pedro, Lord of Colmenarejo
1 Infanta Beatrice
1 the descendants of King Peter I and Ines de Castro's children were recognized as legitimate and were Infantes and Infantas
also an 2 Infante of Castile