Maximilian Henry of Bavaria

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Maximilian Heinrich of Bavaria

Maximilian Henry of Bavaria (German: Maximilian Heinrich von Bayern: 8 October 1621 – 3 June 1688) was the third son and fourth child of Albert VI, landgrave of Leuchtenberg and his wife, Mechthilde von Leuchtenberg. In 1650, he was named Archbishop of Cologne, Bishop of Hildesheim and Bishop of Liège succeeding his uncle, Ferdinand of Bavaria. In 1683, he was named Bishop of Münster, but Pope Innocent XI refused to confirm this nomination. He died in 1688 and was succeeded by Joseph Clemens of Bavaria.[1]

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  1. ^ The Cambridge Modern History, Volume 5. MacMillian. 1908. pp. 53–54. Retrieved 2007-11-27. 
Maximilian Henry of Bavaria
Born: 1621 Died: 1688
Preceded by
Ferdinand of Bavaria
Archbishop-Elector of Cologne
Duke of Westphalia

1650–1688
Succeeded by
Joseph Clemens of Bavaria
Prince-Bishop of Liège
1650–1688
Succeeded by
John Louis of Elderen
Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim
1650–1688
Succeeded by
Jost Edmund von Brabeck
Preceded by
Ferdinand II von Fürstenberg
Prince-Bishop of Münster
1683–1688
Succeeded by
Friedrich Christian von Plettenberg-Lenhausen