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| name = Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria
 
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| spouse = [[Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Neuburg]]
 
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'''Ferdinand Maria Innocenz''' Michael Joseph '''of Bavaria''' (5 August 1699 in [[Brussels]] – 9 December 1738 in [[Munich]]) was a [[Electorate of Bavaria|Bavarian]] prince and an Imperial [[Field marshal]].
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'''Ferdinand Maria Innocenz''' Michael Joseph '''of Bavaria''' (5 August 1699 in Brussels – 9 December 1738 in Munich) was a [[Electorate of Bavaria|Bavarian]] prince and an Imperial [[Field marshal]].
   
== Life ==
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==Life==
 
Ferdinand Maria Innocent was a son of Elector [[Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria|Maximilian II Emanuel]] of Bavaria (1662-1726) from his marriage to [[Therese Kunigunde Sobieska]] (1676-1730 ), a daughter of King [[John III Sobieski]] of Poland.
 
Ferdinand Maria Innocent was a son of Elector [[Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria|Maximilian II Emanuel]] of Bavaria (1662-1726) from his marriage to [[Therese Kunigunde Sobieska]] (1676-1730 ), a daughter of King [[John III Sobieski]] of Poland.
   
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He died in 1738 and was buried in the [[Theatine Church, Munich|Theatine Church]] in Munich.
 
He died in 1738 and was buried in the [[Theatine Church, Munich|Theatine Church]] in Munich.
   
== Marriage and issue ==
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==Marriage and issue==
 
Ferdinand Maria Innocent married on 5 February 1719 in [[Zákupy]] to [[Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Neuburg|Maria Anna Carolina]], a daughter of [[Philip William August, Count Palatine of Neuburg]]. He had the following children:
 
Ferdinand Maria Innocent married on 5 February 1719 in [[Zákupy]] to [[Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Neuburg|Maria Anna Carolina]], a daughter of [[Philip William August, Count Palatine of Neuburg]]. He had the following children:
 
* Maximilian Francis Joseph (1720-1738)
 
* Maximilian Francis Joseph (1720-1738)
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*# in 1766 to Countess Josepha of La Rosee (d. 1772)
 
*# in 1766 to Countess Josepha of La Rosee (d. 1772)
   
== References ==
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==References==
 
* Johannes Erichsen and Katharina Heinemann (Hrsg.): ''Die Schlacht von Höchstädt. Brennpunkt Europas 1704'', Jan Thorbecke, Ostfildern, 2004, ISBN 3-7995-0214-9
 
* Johannes Erichsen and Katharina Heinemann (Hrsg.): ''Die Schlacht von Höchstädt. Brennpunkt Europas 1704'', Jan Thorbecke, Ostfildern, 2004, ISBN 3-7995-0214-9
 
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{{Translation/Ref|de|Ferdinand Maria Innozenz von Bayern}}
   
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| NAME = Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria
 
| ALTERNATIVE NAMES = Ferdinand Maria Innocenz Michael Joseph (full name)
 
| SHORT DESCRIPTION = Bavarian prince and imperial field marshal
 
| DATE OF BIRTH = 5 August 1699
 
| PLACE OF BIRTH = [[Brussels]]
 
| DATE OF DEATH = 9 December 1738
 
| PLACE OF DEATH = [[Munich]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:32, 25 December 2015

Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria
Personal details
Born (1699-08-05)5 August 1699
Brussels
Died 9 December 1738(1738-12-09) (aged 39)
Munich
Spouse(s) Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Neuburg

Ferdinand Maria Innocenz Michael Joseph of Bavaria (5 August 1699 in Brussels – 9 December 1738 in Munich) was a Bavarian prince and an Imperial Field marshal.

Life

Ferdinand Maria Innocent was a son of Elector Maximilian II Emanuel of Bavaria (1662-1726) from his marriage to Therese Kunigunde Sobieska (1676-1730 ), a daughter of King John III Sobieski of Poland.

He served as a general in the imperial army. In 1738, he was promoted to Field marshal and imperial Feldzeugmeister.[1]

He died in 1738 and was buried in the Theatine Church in Munich.

Marriage and issue

Ferdinand Maria Innocent married on 5 February 1719 in Zákupy to Maria Anna Carolina, a daughter of Philip William August, Count Palatine of Neuburg. He had the following children:

  • Maximilian Francis Joseph (1720-1738)
  • Clement Francis de Paula (1722-1770)
married in 1742 Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Sulzbach (1722-1790)
  • Therese Emmanuel (1723-1743)

Ferdinand also had a son from his extra-marital affaire with Countess Marie Adelaide Fortunata Spaur (1694-1781):

  • Joseph Ferdinand (1718-1805), Duke of Salern, married:
    1. in 1753 to Countess Marie Mechthildis of Törring (1734-1764)
    2. in 1766 to Countess Josepha of La Rosee (d. 1772)

References

  • Johannes Erichsen and Katharina Heinemann (Hrsg.): Die Schlacht von Höchstädt. Brennpunkt Europas 1704, Jan Thorbecke, Ostfildern, 2004, ISBN 3-7995-0214-9
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Footnotes

  1. Kunstwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft in München, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, München and Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in München: Münchner Jahrbuch der bildenden kunst, Prestel Verlag, 1963, p. 171

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