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Felipe Capet de Borbon, King of Spain, King of Naples, King of Sicily, was born 20 January 1716 to Philip V of Spain (1683-1746) and Elisabetta Farnese di Parma (1692-1766) and died 14 December 1788 of unspecified causes. He married Maria Amalia von Sachsen (1724-1760) 1738 . Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Alfred the Great (849-899), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from France, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Austria, Portugal, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Switzerland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Belarus, Bohemia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Byzantium, England, the Byzantine Empire.




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Offspring of Carlos III of Spain and Maria Amalia von Sachsen (1724-1760)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Maria Isabel de España (1740-1742)
Maria Josefa de España (1742-1742)
María Isabel Ana de España (1743-1749)
Maria Josefa de España (1744-1801)
Maria Luisa de España (1745-1792)
Felipe de España (1747-1777)
Carlos IV de España (1748-1819) 11 November 1748 Portici, Italy 20 January 1819 Rome, Italy Maria Luisa di Parma (1751-1819)

María Teresa de España (1749-1749)
Fernando I delle Duo Sicilie (1751-1825) 12 January 1751 Naples, Italy 4 January 1825 Naples, Italy Marie Caroline von Habsburg-Lothringen (1752-1814)
Lucia Migliaccio (1770-1826)

Gabriel de España (1752-1788)
Ana María de España (1754-1755)
Antonio Pascual de España (1755-1817)
Francisco Javier de España (1757-1771)





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