Maria Anna of Schwarzenberg

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Maria Anna of Schwarzenberg
Margravine consort of Baden-Baden
Maria Anna von Schwarzenberg margravine of Baden-Baden.jpg
Born 25 December 1706
Died 12 January 1755(1755-01-12) (aged 48)
Noble family House of Schwarzenberg (by birth)
House of Zähringen (by marriage)
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
Father Adam Franz, Prince of Schwarzenberg
Mother Eleonore von Schwarzenberg

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

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 Český 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. [permanent dead link]
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