Maria Anna of Schwarzenberg

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Maria Anna of Schwarzenberg
Margravine consort of Baden-Baden
Blason Maison de Schwartzenberg.svg
Schwarzenberg arms
Spouse(s) Louis George, Margrave of Baden-Baden

Issue

Princess Elisabeth Augusta of Baden-Baden
Karl Ludwig Damian, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Baden
Georg Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Baden
Princess Johanna of Baden-Baden
Noble family House of Schwarzenberg (by birth)
House of Zähringen (by marriage)
Father Adam Franz, Prince of Schwarzenberg
Mother Eleonore von Schwarzenberg
Born 25 December 1706
Died 12 January 1755(1755-01-12) (aged 48)

Maria Anna von Schwarzenberg (25 December 1706 - 12 January 1755) was a Margravine consort of Baden-Baden. She was the daughter of Adam Franz von Schwarzenberg and Eleonore von Schwarzenberg.

She married Louis George, Margrave of Baden-Baden on 18 March 1721. Her future mother-in-law travelled to Vienna in order to seek permission from Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor. Permission was granted and she married on 8 April 1721 at the Cesky Krumlov Castle[1]

Issue[edit]

  • Princess Elisabeth Augusta of Baden-Baden (16 March 1726 – 7 January 1789); married on 2 February 1755 to Count Michael Wenzel of Althann, no issue.
  • Karl Ludwig Damian, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Baden (25 August 1728 – 6 July 1734); died in infancy.
  • Georg Ludwig, Hereditary Prince of Baden-Baden (11 August 1736 – 11 March 1737); died in infancy.
  • Princess Johanna of Baden-Baden (28 April 1737 – 29 April 1737); died in infancy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ van de Pas, Leo. "Ludwig Georg, Markgraf von Baden-Baden 1707-1761". Genealogics .org. Retrieved 2010-06-29. 
Vacant
Title last held by
Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg
Margravine consort of Baden-Baden
18 March 1721–12 January 1755
Vacant
Title next held by
Maria Anna Josepha of Bavaria