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Pedro IV de Alcântara Francisco António João Carlos Xavier de Paula Miguel Rafael Joaquim José Gonzaga Pascoal Cipriano Serafim Capet-Bragança of Portugal, Emperor of Brazil, King of Portugal, King of the Algarves, was born 12 October 1798 in Queluz, Portugal to John VI of Portugal (1767-1826) and Carlota Joaquina de España (1775-1830) and died 24 September 1834 in Queluz, Portugal of unspecified causes. He married Maria Leopoldine von Österreich (1797-1826) 1817 . He married Amélie of Leuchtenberg (1812-1871) 30 August 1829 . 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), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), Willem van Oranje (1533-1584). Ancestors are from Italy, Germany, France, Spain, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Austria, Portugal, Hungary, Denmark, Scotland, England, Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic, Prussia, Poland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Lithuania, Belarus, Bohemia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Byzantium, the Byzantine Empire, Israel, Ireland.



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Offspring of Pedro IV of Portugal and Maria Leopoldine von Österreich (1797-1826)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Maria II of Portugal (1819-1853) 4 April 1798 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 15 September 1853 Lisbon, Portugal Auguste Charles von Leuchtenberg (1810-1835)
Ferdinand von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld (1816-1885)

Miguel of Brazil (1820-1820) 26 April 1820 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 26 April 1820 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
João Carlos of Brazil (1821-1822)
Januária of Brazil (1822-1901)
Paula of Brazil (1823-1833)
Francisca of Brazil (1824-1898) 2 August 1824 Palace of São Cristóvão, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 27 March 1898 Paris, France François d'Orléans (1818-1900)

Pedro II of Brazil (1825-1891) 2 December 1825 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 5 December 1891 Paris, France Teresa delle Duo Sicilie (1822-1889)

Offspring of Pedro IV of Portugal and Amélie of Leuchtenberg (1812-1871)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Maria Amélia of Brazil (1831–1853)

Namesakes of Pedro I of Brazil (1798-1834)

 Birth placeDeath placeFatherMotherJoined with
Pedro I of Portugal (1320-1367)CoimbraEstremosAfonso IV of Portugal (1291-1357)Beatrix of Castile (1293-1359)Blanca of Castile (aft1315-1375)+Constance of Peñafiel (c1323-1345)+Inés de Castro (1320-1355)+Teresa Lourenço (c1330-?)
Pedro II of Portugal (1648-1706)Lisbon, PortugalCintra, PortugalJohn IV of Portugal (1604-1656)Luisa de Guzmán (1613-1666)Marie Françoise de Nemours (1646-1683) + Marie Sofie von Pfalz-Neuburg (1666-1699) + Maria da Cruz Mascarenhas (c1655-) + Anne Armande du Verger (c1660-) + Francisca Clara da Silva (c1650-)
Pedro III of Portugal (1717-1786)John V of Portugal (1689-1750)Maria Anne Josepha of Austria (1683-1754)Maria I of Portugal (1734-1816)
Pedro I of Brazil (1798-1834)Queluz, PortugalQueluz, PortugalJohn VI of Portugal (1767-1826)Carlota Joaquina de España (1775-1830)Maria Leopoldine von Österreich (1797-1826) + Amélie of Leuchtenberg (1812-1871)
Pedro II of Brazil (1825-1891)Rio de Janeiro, BrazilParis, FrancePedro I of Brazil (1798-1834)Maria Leopoldine von Österreich (1797-1826)Teresa delle Duo Sicilie (1822-1889)




Common ancestors of Pedro I of Brazil (1798-1834) and Maria Leopoldine von Österreich (1797-1826)

  1. August II of Poland (1670-1733)
  2. Carlos III of Spain (1716-1788)
  3. Christiane Eberhardine von Brandenburg-Bayreuth (1671-1727)
  4. Eleonore Magdalene von Pfalz-Neuburg (1655-1720)
  5. Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor (1678-1711)
  6. Leopold I of the Holy Roman Empire (1640-1705)
  7. Louis of France (1661-1711)
  8. Maria Anna von Bayern (1660-1690)
  9. Odoardo II Farnese (1666-1693)
  10. Philip V of Spain (1683-1746)



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