Maria Anna of Bavaria (1574–1616)

Maria Anna of Bavaria (1574–1616)
Maria Anna of Bavaria

Maria Anna of Bavaria (8 December 1574 – 8 March 1616) was daughter of William V, Duke of Bavaria and Renata of Lorraine.

Biography

Marriage and issue

On 23 April 1600, Maria Anna married Ferdinand of Austria. They had seven children:

  • Archduchess Christine (1601–1601)
  • Archduke Charles (1603–1603)
  • Archduke John-Charles, born on November 1, 1605 died at 14 on December 28, 1619
  • Ferdinand III (July 13, 1608 – April 2, 1657)
  • Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria (January 13, 1610 – September 25, 1665)
  • Archduchess Cecilia Renata of Austria (July 16, 1611 – March 24, 1644), who married her cousin Wladyslaw IV Vasa, King of Poland.
  • Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria (1614–1662)

Ancestors

Maria Anna's ancestors in three generations
Maria Anna of Bavaria Father:
William V, Duke of Bavaria
Paternal Grandfather:
Albert V, Duke of Bavaria
Paternal Great-grandfather:
William IV, Duke of Bavaria
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Jakobaea of Baden
Paternal Grandmother:
Anna of Austria
Paternal Great-grandfather:
Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor
Paternal Great-grandmother:
Anna of Bohemia and Hungary
Mother:
Renata of Lorraine
Maternal Grandfather:
Francis I, Duke of Lorraine
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Antoine, Duke of Lorraine
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Renée of Bourbon-Montpensier
Maternal Grandmother:
Christina of Denmark
Maternal Great-grandfather:
Christian II of Denmark
Maternal Great-grandmother:
Isabella of Burgundy




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