Teresa Lubomirska

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Teresa Lubomirska
Princess
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Teresa Lubomirska
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Consort Charles III Philip
Full name
Teresa ks. Lubomirska z Lubomierza h. Drużyna
Noble family House of Lubomirski
Father Józef Karol Lubomirski
Mother Teofilia Ludwika Zasławska
Born (1685-01-01)January 1, 1685
Died January 6, 1712(1712-01-06) (aged 27)

Princess Teresa Katharina Lubomirska (1685–1712) was a Polish noble lady.[1] She was the second wife of Count Palatine Charles Philip of Neuburg, who became Elector Palatine (as Charles III Philip) four years after her death.

She was the elder daughter of Court and Grand Marshal Józef Karol Lubomirski and Teofilia Ludwika Zasławska. Her siblings were Aleksander Dominik and Marianna.

Marriage and issue[edit]

She married Charles III Philip (Wittelsbach), heir to the Electorate of the Palatinate, on 15 December 1701 in Kraków. He had one surviving child from his previous marriage, an eight-year-old daughter, Elisabeth Auguste Sophie.

She bore Charles Philip two daughters, both of whom died young. Theophila Elisabeth Franziska Felicitas was born 13 November 1703 and died on 31 January 1705, when she was one year old. Four years later, Anna Elisabeth Theophila was born on 9 June 1709, and died aged two, on 10 February 1712. She was born and died in Innsbruck.

Princess Lubomirska also died in 1712. Her husband became Elector of the Palatinate in 1716 and did not remarry until 1728.

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