Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein

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Prince Aloys
Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein.jpg
Spouse Elisabeth Amalie of Austria
Issue Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein
Princess Maria Theresia
Prince Karl Alfred
Prince Georg Hartmann
Prince Ulrich Dietmar
Princess Marie Henriette
Prince Aloys Heinrich
Prince Heinrich Hartneid
Full name
Aloys Gonzaga Maria Adolf
House House of Liechtenstein
Father Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein
Mother Princess Henriette of Liechtenstein
Born (1869-06-17)17 June 1869
Hollenegg, Austria-Hungary
Died 16 March 1955(1955-03-16) (aged 85)
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Burial St. Florian Cathedral,
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Aloys of Liechtenstein with wife Elisabeth Amalie
(Sport & Salon, Vienna, 25 April 1903)

Prince Aloys of Liechtenstein (Aloys Gonzaga Maria Adolf) (17 June 1869, in Hollenegg – 16 March 1955, in Vaduz)[1] was the son of Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein (1842–1907) and Princess Henriette of Liechtenstein (1843–1931), daughter of Alois II of Liechtenstein. The maternal nephew and first cousin of Franz I of Liechtenstein, Prince Aloys renounced his rights to the succession on 26 February 1923, in favor of his son Franz Joseph II.[2]

He was the 1,177th Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in Austria.

Marriage and issue[edit]

On 20 April 1903, in Vienna, he married Archduchess Elisabeth Amalie of Austria (7 July 1878, in Reichenau – 13 March 1960, in Vaduz). The couple had eight children together.[1]

  • Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein (1906–1989)
  • Princess Maria Theresia Henriette Aloisia Alfreda Franziska Josepha Julie Adelheid Margarete Annunziata Elisabeth Ignatia Benedikta (14 January 1908, in Vienna – 30 September 1973, in Funchal, Madeira), married in Vienna civilly on 9 February 1944 and religiously 12 February 1944 Artur Graf Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz (18 December 1905, in Gross Reichenau – 8 October 1996, in Kautzen), and had issue:
    • Antonius Graf Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz (b. 24/25 November 1944, in Zürich), unmarried and without issue
    • Stanislaus Graf Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz (b. 23 May 1946, in Bern), married at Waidhofen an der Thaya civilly on 2 May 1980 and religiously on 3 May 1980 Eva Kattner (b. 23 March 1956, in Vienna), and had three daughters:
    • Stephanie Gräfin Strachwitz von Gross-Zauche und Camminetz (b. 14 September 1948, in San Sebastián, Spain), married in Overijse, Belgium, on 30 July 1974 Guido Nikolaus Schmidt-Chiari (b. 13 September 1932, in Vienna), and had six children:
      • Maria-Annunciata Schmidt-Chiari (b. 23 June 1975, in Vienna)
      • Carlotta Schmidt-Chiari (b. 23 August 1976, in Vienna)
      • Guido Schmidt-Chiari (b. 1 March 1978, in Vienna)
      • Camillo Schmidt-Chiari (b. 30 August 1980, in Vienna)
      • Valerie Schmidt-Chiari (b. 24 August 1982, in Sankt Anton am Arlberg)
      • Stanislaus Schmidt-Chiari (b. 26 April 1984, in Sankt Anton am Arlberg)
  • Prince Karl Alfred Maria Johannes Baptista Heinrich Aloys Georg Hartmann Ignatius Benediktus Franz Joseph Rochus (16 August 1910, in Schloss Frauenthal – 17 November 1985, in Hainburg an der Donau), married at Schloss Persenbeug on 17 February 1949 Archduchess Agnes Christina of Austria (14 December 1928, in Schloss Persenbeug – 31 August 2007, in Vienna), great-grandchild of Elisabeth, Empress of Austria, and had issue:[3]
    • Prince Dominik Volkmar Hubert Alois Maria Joseph Thaddäus Thomas Paulus Karl Ignatius Silverius (b. 20 June 1950, in Vienna – 20 September 2009, in Vienna), married at Spitz an der Donau on 9 October 1980 Eva Maria Lösch (4 July 1943, in Vienna – 24 February 1998, in Vienna), daughter of Otto Lösch and wife Hildegard Freiin von Felder, without issue
    • Prince Andreas Duarte Emanuel Ulrich Benedikt Joseph Maria Karl Rafael Ignatius Mathias Paulus (b. 25 February 1952, in Vienna), married in Madrid on 29 September 1978 Silvia Prieto y Figueroa (b. 2 May 1952, in Madrid), daughter of Luis Prieto y Calle and wife Olimpia Figueroa y ..., without issue
    • Prince Gregor Heinrich Augustinus Judas Thaddäus Joseph Maria Pius Paulus Antonius Stephan Salvator (b. 18 April 1954, in Vienna), unmarried and without issue
    • Princess Alexandra Maria Christina Aloisia Ulrike Henriette Agnes Ignatia Pia Gabriela Anastasia (25 December 1955, in Vienna – 27 February 1993, in Vienna), married in Vienna on 20 September 1980 and divorced in 1988 Hans Lovrek (b. 11 January 1955, in Vienna), son of Heribert Lovrek and wife Pauline Lerner, without issue
    • Princess Maria Pia Ludovika Ulrika Elisabeth Paschaline Katharina Ignazia Lucia Johanna Josefa (b. 6 August 1960, in Vienna), married in Vienna on 4 August 1995 Max Alexander Kothbauer (b. 30 March 1950), and had an only son:
      • Hieronymus Max Alexander Karl-Alfred Alfons Michael Kothbauer (b. 26 January 1997, in Vienna)
    • Princess Katharina Maria Christina Henriette Valerie Agnes (b. 27 January 1964, in Vienna), married firstly civilly in London on 16 November 1991 and religiously in Vienna on 30 November 1991 and divorced in 2002 Jeremy Kelton (b. 21 October 1960, in London), son of Michael Kelton and wife Joanna Peel, and had an only son, and married secondly in London on 3 December 2005 Andrew Duncan Gammon (b. 15 June 1958), without issue:
      • Maximilian Anthony Kelton (b. 15 October 1994, in London)
    • Princess Birgitta Ulrike Rosa Marie Elisabeth Aloisia Hermenegilde (b. 13 April 1967, in Vienna), married civilly in Vaduz on 18 December 2000 and religiously at Schloss Persenbeug on 30 December 2000 Otto Graf Jankovich-Bésán de Pribér, Vuchin et Duna-Szekcsö (b. 11 January 1967, in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe), and had issue:
      • Arthur Graf Jankovich-Bésán de Pribér, Vuchin et Duna-Szekcsö (b. 17 October 2001, in Vienna)
      • Johanna Gräfin Jankovich-Bésán de Pribér, Vuchin et Duna-Szekcsö (b. 27 May 2003, in Vienna)
  • Prince Georg Hartmann Maria Josef Franz de Paula Aloys Ignatius Benediktus Martin (11 November 1911, in Gross Ullersdorf – 18 January 1998, in Vienna), married in Altshausen on 23 September 1948 Marie Christine, Duchess of Württemberg (b. 2 September 1924, in Tübingen), daughter of Philipp Albrecht, Duke of Württemberg and had issue:[4]
    • Princess Margarita Maria Helene Rosa Aloisia Philippine Elisabeth Georgine Josefa Konrada Pia Ignatia (1 May 1950, in Vienna – 25 July 2013), married in Einsiedeln, 20 September 1974 Hans Peter Klien (b. 6 September 1946, in Wolfurt), son of Bertrand Klien and wife Paula Mittersteiner, and had two children:
    • Princess Maria Assunta Elisabeth Philippine Rosa Helene Aloisia Georgine Josefa Benedikta Pia Ignatia (b. 28 April 1952, in Vienna), married civilly in Vaduz on 24 April 1981 and religiously in Vienna on 9 May 1981 Harald Link (b. 12 January 1955, in Basel), son of Gerhard Link and wife Rüdt Freiin von Collenberg, and had two children:
      • Caroline Link (b. 28 February 1982, in Bangkok)
      • Felix Link (b. 7 September 1983, in Bangkok)
    • Princess Isabelle Maria Helene Carolina Alfreda Josefa Monika Pia Georgine Hemma Henriette Ignatia (b. 17 May 1994, in Vienna), married civilly in Munich on 23 February 1976 and religiously in Vienna on 28 February 1976 Raimund, Graf zu Erbach-Fürstenau (b. 2 April 1951, in Heidelberg),[5] and had issue
    • Prince Christoph Aloys Maria Ferdinand Joseph Philipp Pius Konrad Thaddäus Ruppert Paulus Ignatius (b. 15 January 1958, in Vienna), unmarried and without issue
    • Princess Marie Helene Diane Rosa Elisabeth Aloysia Philippine Josefa Gabriella Pia Antonia Ignatia (b. 8 September 1960, in Vienna), unmarried and without issue
    • Princess Georgina Maria Agnes Philippine Elisabeth Ignatia (b. 13 November 1962, in Vienna), married civilly in Vaduz on 10 October 1985 and religiously in Friedrichshafen on 23 November 1985 Clemens, Graf von Waldburg zu Zeil und Trauchburg (b. 13 April 1960, in Munich), and had issue
    • Princess Michaela Maria Henriette Ulrike Aloysia (b. 5 July 1969, in Vienna), unmarried and without issue
  • Prince Ulrich Dietmar Maria Franz Ferdinand Karl Aloys Joseph Ignatius Benediktus Johannes Augustinus (29 August 1913, in Gross-Ullersdorf – 13 October 1978, in Meran), unmarried and without issue
  • Princess Marie Henriette Theresia Aloisa Franziska Sophie Josepha Michaela Adelheid Annunziata Elisabeth Ignatia Benedikta et omnes sancti (6 November 1914, in Vienna – 13 October 2011), married in Vienna civilly on 23 August 1943 and religiously on 24 August 1943 Peter Graf von Eltz genannt Faust von Stromberg (28 October 1909, in Vienna – 28 February 1992, in Vienna),[6] and had issue
  • Prince Aloys Heinrich Maria Franz Joseph Ferdinand Ignatius Benediktus Liberatus Marko d'Aviano (20 November 1917, in Vienna – 14 February 1967, in Kalwang, Styria), unmarried and without issue
  • Prince Heinrich Hartneid Maria Franz de Paula Johann Aloys Joseph Ignatius Benedictus Hilarion (1 October 1920, in Gross-Ullersdorf – 29 November 1993, in Grabs), married in Vienna on 23 April 1968 Amalie Gräfin von Podstatzky-Lichtenstein (b. 22 May 1935, in Olmütz), and had three children:
    • Princess Maria Elisabeth (b. 30 June 1969, in Bern), married civilly in Vaduz on 21 May 2004 and religiously in Blonay on 5 June 2004 Gilles Rouvinez (b. 25 May 1964, in Martigny), without issue
    • Prince Hubertus Aloys (b. 24 May 1971, in Bern)
    • Princess Marie Therese Eleonore (b. 29 January 1974, in Bern)

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