BRAZIL

The Bragança Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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[1891 - 1921] H.I.H. Princess Senhora Dona Isabel Cristina Leopoldina Augusta Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga, Princess Imperial of Brazil. b. at the Palace of São Cristóvão, Quinta de Boa Vista, Rio de Janeiro, 29th June 1846, eldest daughter and heiress of H.M. Senhor Dom Pedro II, Emperor of Brazil, KG, by his wife, H.M. Empress Senhora Dona Thereza, educ. privately. Heiress Presumptive with the title of Princess Imperial of Brazil and the style of Her Imperial Highness 11th June 1847 to 19th July 1848, and from 10th January 1850 to 5th December 1891. She served Regent of the Empire during her father’s visits abroad 25th May 1871-31st March 1872, 20th March-28th September 1876, 30th June 1887-22nd August 1888. During her last regency, she signed the decree for the abolition of slavery in Brazil on 13th May 1888, freeing over 700,000 souls from perpetual servitude and earning herself the epiphet of A Redentora or ‘the redemptress’. Succeeded on the death of her father as Head of the Imperial House of Brazil and as Grand Mistress of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I, the Cross of Brazil, and of the Rose, and of  the Military Orders of Christ, St Benedict of Aviz and St James of the Sword of Brazil, 5th December 1891. Rcvd: GC of the Military Orders of Christ, St Benedict of Aviz and St James of the Sword of Brazil, Dame of the Orders of St Isabel of Portugal, the Starry Cross of Austria, and Maria Luísa of Spain, DC of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and recipient of the Papal Golden Rose. m. at the Cathedral of Nossa Senhora do Carmo, Rio de Janeiro, 15th October 1864, Marshal H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Luiz Filippe Maria Fernando Gastão de Orléans e Saxe-Coburgo, Prince of Brazil, Count d’Eu (b. at Neuilly-sur-Siene, France, 28th April 1842; d. at sea on board the Massilia when returning to Brazil to celebrate the centenary of independence, 28th August 1922, bur. at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of St Louis, Dreaux, France, and subsequently reburied at the Imperial Mausoleum, Cathedral of São Pedro de Alcântara, Petrópolis, Brazil, 12th May 1971), educ. privately and at the Artillery Officers’ Coll, Segovia, Spain, cmsnd into the 18th Regt of Cavalry "Caçadores de Albuera", Royal Spanish Army 22/12/1859, served in the Spanish-Moroccan War 1859-1860, trsnferred to 19th Regt of Cavalry "Princess’s Hussars" 11/1/1860, prom Lieut 24/3/1860, prom Capt of Cavalry 6/4/1863, Lieut 5th Regt of Artillery 7/4/1863, transferred to 3rd Regt of Artillery 29/8/1863, resigned 26/11/1863, appointed to the Brazilian service as Marshal of the Army 15/10/1864, Cmdt-Gen of the Imperial Artillery 19/11/1865, Counsellor of State 6/7/1870 (all until 15/11/1889), served in the Uruguay campaign 1865-1866, and as C-in-C of the forces during the Paraguay campaign 22/3/1869-15/3/1870, rcvd: GC of t he Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I (15.10.1864), the Cross of Brazil (2.9.1864), and of the Rose (15.10.1864), and the Military Orders of Christ (15.10.1864), St Benedict of Aviz (15.10.1864) and St James of the Sword (15.10.1864) of Brazil, the Medal of Military Merit (20.2.1869), and the medals for the Paraguay and Uruguay campaigns of Brazil, Knt of the Orders of the Golden Fleece of Spain (1881), and St Hubert of Bavaria (1868), GC of the Ducal Saxe-Ernestine House Order (1865), and the Orders of Carlos III of Spain (4.1.1865), the Tower & Sword for Valour, Loyalty & Merit (25.1.1865), and the United Military Orders of Christ and St Benedict of Aviz (3.7.1865) of Portugal, the Royal Hungarian Order of St Stephen (1865), the Orders of the Mexican Eagle (10.3.1865), Leopold of Belgium (mil.) (3.2.1868), Legion of Honour of France (1879), and the Rising Sun of Japan, Knt 1st class of the Order of St Ferdinand (6.2.1860), and the African War Medal (12.2.1861) of Spain, elder son of Lieutenant-General H.R.H. Prince Louis Charles Philippe Raphael d’Orléans, Duke de Nemours, by his wife H.R.H. Princess Victoire Françeoise Antionette Julienne Louise d’Orléans, Duchess de Nemours, née Princess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duchess of Saxony, only daughter of General of Cavalry H.H. Duke Ferdi nand Georg August of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Duke of Saxony, GCB, GCH. She d. at Château d’Eu, France, 14th November 1921 (bur. there at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of St Louis, Dreaux, and subsequently reburied at the Imperial Mausoleum, Cathedral of São Pedro de Alcântara, Petrópolis, Brazil, 12th May 1971), having had issue, three sons and one daughter (recognised as Princes and Princesses of Orléans-Bragança, while in exile, 26th April 1909):
  • 1) H.I.H. Prince Senhor Dom Pedro de Alcântara Luiz Philippe Maria Gastão Miguel Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Petrópolis, 15th October 1875, educ. Renounced all his rights to the Imperial throne of Brazil for himself and his descendants at Cannes, France 30th October 1908 but permitted to retain his styles and titles for life. Styled Prince of Grão Pará 15th October 1875 to 30th October 1908. Cmsnd into the Austro-Hungarian Army as Lieut 4th Regt of Uhlans "The Emperor’s", retd as Capt on the reserve. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I, Cross of Brazil, and of the Rose of Brazil, and 1st class Order of the Rising Sun of Japan.  m. at Versailles, France, 14th November 1908, Maria Elisabeth Adelheid Theresia [H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria Elisabeth Adelheid Theresia de Orléans e Bragança] (b. at Chötebor, Bohemia, 7th December 1875; d. at Sintra, Portugal, 11th June 1951), rcvd: Dame of the Order of the Starry Cross of Austria, daughter of Johann Wenzel, Count Dobrzensky de Dobrzenicz, of Chötebor, Dobkau, Nemojov, and Nejepin, etc, sometime Member of the Austrian House of Lords, by his wife, Countess Alsbietta, eldest daughter of Josef, Count Kottulinsky, Baron de Kottulin, Krzizkowitz und Dobrzenicz, sometime Imperial and Royal Chamberlain. He d. at Grão Pará Palace, Pétropolis, 29th January 1940 (bur. there at the Imperial Mausoleum, Cathedral of São Pedro de Alcântara), having had issue, two sons and three daughters:
    • a) H.I.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Pedro de Alcántara Gastão João Maria Felipe Lourenço Humberto Miguel Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza [Dom Pedro Gastão]. b. at the Château d’Eu, France, 19th February 1913, educ. Assumed the headship of the Imperial House of Brazil together with style of Imperial and Royal Highness and the Grand Mastership of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I, Cross of Brazil, and of the Rose, in contravention of his father’s renunciation, 1946. Rcvd: Knt. of the Order of San Januarius of Sicily (1960), GC of the Orders of Christ of Portugal, and the Redeemer of Greece, Bailiff GC of Justice with collar of the Constantinian Order of St George, Sovereign Order of Malta (1966), and Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Seville. m. at the Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede, Seville, Andalucia, Spain, 18th December 1944, H.R.H. Senhora Dona Maria de la Esperanza Amália Raniera Maria del Rocío Luisa Gonzagade Borbón e Borbón, Princess Consort of Brazil, Princess of Orléans-Braganza (b. at Madrid, Spain, 14th June 1914; d. at the Palace of Villamanrique de la Condesa, Seville, Andalucia, Spain, 8th August 2005, bur. there in the Tabernacle Chapel, Church of Santa María Magdalena), née Infanta of Spain, Princess Bórbon of the Two Sicilies, educ. Coll. de las Irlandesas de Castilleja de la Cuesta, rcvd: GC of Justice of the Constantinian Order of St George, fourth daughter of Captain-General H.R.H. The Serene Señor Don Carlos Maria Francisco d’Asissi Pascuale Fernando António de Padova Francisco de Paola Alfonso Andrea Avelino Tancredo de Borbón y Borbón, Infant of Spain, Prince Bórbon of the Two Sicilies, GCB, GCVO, by his second wife, H.R.H. The Serene Señora Princess Dona Luisa Francisca Maria Laura de Orléans y Bórdon, Infanta of Spain, Princess Bórbon of the Two Sicilies, née Princess d’Orléans, fourth daughter of H.R.H. Prince Louis Philippe Albert of Orléans, Count of Paris, Head of the Royal House of France. He d. at the Palace of Villamanrique de la Condesa, Seville, Andalucia, Spain, 27th December 2007, having had issue, four sons and two daughters:
      • i) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Pedro de Alcántara Carlos João Lourenço Miguel Raphael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza [Dom Pedro Carlos]. b. at Rio de Janeiro, 31st October 1945, educ. Real Estate Agent in Seville. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I, the Rose, and Christ, and of the Constantinian Order of St George. m. (first) at Petrópolis, 2nd September 1975, Senhora Dona Rony de Orléans e Bragança (b. at São Paulo, 20th March 1938; d. at Petropolis, 14th January 1979), née Rony de Souza Kuhn, daughter of Alfredo Kuhn, by his wife, Maria das Graças Mercedes, née de Souza. m. (second) at Fazenda Sào Geraldo, Paraiba do Sul, 16th July 1981, Senhora Dona Patricia Alexandra de Orléans e Bragança (b. at Petropolis, 22nd November 1964; d. 20th November 2009), née Patricia Alexandra Brascombe, daughter of Frank Brascombe, by his wife Maria, née Braumeyer. He had issue, two sons by each of his wives:
        • (1) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Pedro Tiago Maria Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gongaza de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Petropolis, 12th January 1979 (s/o Rony), educ. Policeman. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose.
        • (2) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Felipe Rodrigo Alexandre Francisco Cristóvão Miguel Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Brasilia, 31st December 1982 (s/o Patricia), educ. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
      • ii) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Don Affonso Duarte Francisco Marcos Miguel Raphael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, 25th April 1948, educ. Rcvd: GC of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I, of the Rose, and Christ, Knt of the Orders of Montesa and and Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla, GC of the Constantinian Order of St George. m. (first) at Seville, Spain, 3rd January 1973 (div. 1998), Señora Dona Maria Parejo y Gurruchaga (b. at Seville, Spain, 13th May 1954), daughter of Señor Don Isidro Parejo, by his wife, Señora Dona Maria Vitória Gurruchaga. m. (second) at Petrópolis, 19th November 2002, Senhora Dona Sylvia Amélia de Orléans e Bragança (b. at Rio de Janeiro, 29th July 1953), née Senna de Hungria Machado, daughter of Senhor Paulo Eduardo de Hungria Machado, by his sife, Senhora Sylvia Emília, née de Melo Franco Denna, daughter of Senhor Mucio Senna Filho. He had issue, two daughters by his first wife:
        • (1) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Seville, Spain, 14th January 1974.
        • (2) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Julia Maria de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Petrópolis, 18th September 1977.
      • iii) H.R.H. Prince Señor Don Manoel Álvaro Raineiro Miguel Raphael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança y Borbon, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, 17th June 1949, educ. Brazilian Cmnr. EXPO Seville 1992. Rcvd: GC of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I, of the Rose, and Christ, Knt. of the Orders of Montesa and and Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Sevilla, GC of the Constantinian Order of St George. m. (first) at Malaga, Spain, 12th December 1977 (div. 1995) Señora Dona Margarita de Orléans e Bragança (b. at Malaga, Spain, 10th December 1945), daughter of Señor Oskar Haffner, by his wife, Señora Linda Lancha y Pacheco. m. (second) 1995, Señora Dona Elisa Ariza y Riobóo, daughter of Señor Don Pedro Ariza, of Córdoba, Spain, by his wife, Señora Dońa Maria Elisa Riobóo y Cuesta, daughter of Señor Don José Riobóo y Susbielas. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
        • (1) H.R.H. Prince Señor Don Manuel Maria Afonso de Orléans e Bragança y Haffner, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Seville, Spain, 7th March 1981 (s/o Dona Margarita).
        • (2) another son. b. 1996 (s/o Dona Elizabeth).
        • (1) H.R.H. Princess Señora Dona Lúiza Maria Cristina de Orléans e Bragança y Haffner, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. 28th July 1978 (d/o Dona Margarita). Copyright© Christopher Buyers
      • iv) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Don Francisco Humberto Miguel Raphael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, 9th December 1956, educ. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose. m.(first) at Petrópolis, 28th January 1978 (div.), Senhora Dona Christina de Orléans e Bragança (b. at Rio de Janeiro, 14th January 1953), daughter of Gaubert Schmidt, by his wife, Alice Peçanha. m. (second) (morganatic) at Petrópolis, 1980, Senhora Dona Rita de Orléans e Bragança, née Rita de Cássia Pires. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
        • (1) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Francisco Teodoro de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Petrópolis, 25th September 1979 (s/o Dona Christina). Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose.
        • (2) Senhor Dom Gabriel Pires de Orléans e Bragança. b. at Petrópolis, 1989 (s/o Dona Rita ).
        • (1) Senhora Dona Maria Isabel Pires de Orléans e Bragança. b. at Brasilia, 2nd July 1982 (d/o Dona Rita).
      • i) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria da Glória Henriquetta Dolores Lúcia Michaela Raphaela Gabriela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza [H.R.H. Princess Doña María Da Gloria de Orléans Braganza y Borbón, Duchess de Segorbe]. b. at Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, 13th December 1946. m. (first) at Villamanrique de la Condesa, Seville, Andalucia, Spain, 1st July 1972 (div. at Washington, DC, USA, May 1985) H.R.H. Alexander, Crown Prince and Head of the Royal House of Yugoslavia (b. at Claridges Hotel, London, 17th July 1945; m. second, at London, 20th September 1985, Catherine Clairy Batis), son of H.M. Peter II, King of Yugoslavia, GCStJ, by his wife H.M. Queen Alexandra, the only daughter of H.M.Alexandros I, King of the Hellenes, Prince of Denmark, GCB. m. (second) at Seville, Spain, 24th October 1985, H.E. The Most Excellent Señor Don Ignacio de Medina y Fernández de Córdoba, Duke de Segorbe, a Grandee 1st class of Spain, and Count de Ampurias (b. at Seville, Spain, 23rd February 1947), architect, former husband of Doña Mercedes Maier y Allende, and third son of The Most Illustrious Señor Don Rafael de Medina y Vilallonga, by his wife, H.E. The Most Excellent Señora Doña Maria Victoria Eugenia Fernández de Córdoba y Fernández de Henestrosa, 18th Duchess de Medinaceli, de Camiña, de Ciudad Real, de Denia, de Tarifa, de Alcalá de los Gazules, Grandee 1st class of Spain, etc, daughter of H.E. The Most Excellent Señor Don Jusus Maria Fernández de Córdoba y de Salabert, 17th Duchess de Medinaceli, etc. She had issue, three sons by her first husband, and two daughters by her second husband:
        • (1) Señora Doña Sol María de la Blanca de Medina y Orléans Braganza. b. at New York, USA, 8th August 1986.
        • (2) Señora Doña Anna Luna de Medina y Orléans Braganza. b. at New York, USA, 4th May 1988.
      • ii) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Cristina Maria do Rosário Leopoldina Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans, Princess of Orléans-Bragança. b. at Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, 16th October 1950. m. (first) at the private chapel, Grão Pará Palace, Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, 16th May 1980 (div. 1988) H.S.H. Prince Jan-Pavel Maria Sapieha-Rozansky [John Paul Sapieha] (b. at Warsaw, Poland, 26th August 1935), former husband of Claudine Cumberlege, and son of H.S.H. Prince Jan André Sapieha-Rozanski, by his wife, H.S.H. Maria, Princes Jan Sapieha-Rozanski, née Zdziechowska. m. (second) at Rio de Janeiro, October 1992 (div. January 1997) José Carlos Calmon de Brito (b. 1955). She had issue, two daughters by her first husband:
        • (1) H.S.H.Princess Anna Theresa Orleans Bragança Sapieha [Mrs Benjamin Furlong]. b. at Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, 25th May 1981, educ. Colegio Compañia de María Sevilla, Univ Católica de Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Marketing & Sales Mngr Worldwide Payment Systems 2008-2012, and Olympic Broadcasting Services in Madrid, Spain since 2012. m. at Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 5th May 2018, Benjamin Furlong (b. at Sydney, NSW, Australia, 1979), educ. Macleay Coll (dip. Sports Mngmt 2001), and Univ of Sydney (grad. cert. 2011, MBA 2018), Sydney, NSW, Australia, Australian national, Production Coordinator HBS 2001-2002, Production Assist with Octagon 2002-2003, freelance sports broadcast production 2003-2004, Snr Broadcast Liaison – Planning OBS Madrid 2005-2006, Broadcast Mngr Organising Cttee World Swimming Champs 2006-2007, Snr Broadcast Liaison for Beijing Olympic Broadcasting 2008 and HBS World Cup South Africa 2010, Unit Mngr Nine Network Australia 2008-2012, Freelance Producer and Broadcast Operations 2012-2015, Producer at the Olympic Channel since 2015, son of Patrick Thomas Furlong, of Bennelong, NSW, Australia, sometime broadcasting consultant, by his wife, Pauline Mary.
        • (2) H.S.H. Princess Paola Maria Orleans Braganç Sapieha [Paola Maria Bourbon]. b. at London, 26th April 1983. m. at Brussels, Belgium, 7th January 2012, Prince Constantin Nicolas Swiatopolk-Czetwertynski [Tinko Czetwertynski] (b. at Brussels, Belgium, 20th February 1978), educ. at Brussels, Belgium, and at Central Saint Martin’s Coll of Art & Design, London (BA 2002), graphic artist and professional photographer with “Vogue”, “Porter”, and “Vanity Fair”, Chanel, Versace, L"Oreal, etc, granted a Royal Decree of recognition of nobility in the Kingdom of Belgium for himself and his descendants in the male line 17th April 2007, second son of H.E. Prince Michel Felix Swiatopolk-Czetwertynski, sometime as Belgian Ambassador to Bangladesh, Nigeria, Brazil, Lebanon and Portugal, by his first wife, Kristín Sigurdsson, only daughter of Dr Magnús Zophonías Sigurδsson, sometime Islandic Consul and Commercial Attach´ Prague and Presdt Continental Atlantor s.p.r.
    • b) Lieutenant-Colonel H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom João Maria Felipe Miguel Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Orléans-Bragança. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 15th October 1916, educ. privately. Lieut-Col Brazilian Air Force (reserve), Vice-Presdt Panair do Brasil (now Varig). Rcvd: GC of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose. m. at Sintra, Portugal, 29th April 1949 (div. 1971), Fatima Sharifa (b. at Cairo, Egypt, 19th April 1923; m. third, at Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Bahout, and d. at Rio de Janeiro, 14th March 1990), converted to Roman Catholicism at Rio de Janeiro 24th December 1958, widow of Nabil Hasan Tusun Bey of Egypt, and daughter of (Sahib ul-Izza) Husain Ismail Shirin Bey, by his wife Aisha Khanum, née Mussallam. m. (second) at Petropolis 29th April (civ.) and at Rio de Janeiro, 11th May 1990 (rel.) Senhora Dona Thereza de Jesus Cezar de Orléans e Bragança (b. at Uba, Minas Gerais, 11th January 1929), former wife of Carlos Eduardo Souza Campos, and daughter of Jose Leite, by his wife Blanche, née Cezar. He d. at Rio de Janeiro, 26th June 2005, having had issue, an only son:
      • i) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom João Henrique de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Rio de Janeiro, 25th April 1954 (s/o Fatima), educ. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose, GO of the Order of SS Maurice & Lazarus of the House of Savoy. m. at Rio de Janeiro, 26th June 1986, Senhora Dona Stella Cristina de Orléans e Bragança (b. at São Paulo, 20th June 1958), a famous Brazilian architect, rcvd: DC of the Order of SS Maurice & Lazarus of the House of Savoy, daughter of Senhor Hersias Morado Lutterbach, by his wife Senhora Stella Carmen, née Corrêa Pinto. He had issue, one son and one daughter:
        • (1) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom João Philippe Maria Francisco Pedro de Alcantara Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança e Lutterbach [Joãozinho], Prince of Orléans-Bragança. b. at Paraty, Estado de Rio, 27th November 1986, educ. Escola Alemã Corcovado Deutsche Schule, and the Pontifical Catholic Univ (PUC) of Rio de Janeiro (B.Econ. 2010), Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, and the European Inst of Business Admin (INSTEAD) (MBA 2013), Fontainebleau, France. Economist with Paraty Investimentos 2007-2009 and JGP 2009-2011, Financial Analyst JPL 2011-2012, Intern with Anheuser-Busch InBev 2012, Investment Analyst with Woodside Holdings Investment Management since 2013. Rcvd: GC of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose. m. at Itanhangá, Rio de Janeiro, 20th July 2013 (civil) and at the Church of Nossa Senhora dos Remédios, Paraty, Estado de Rio, 3rd August 2013 (relig), H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Yasmine de Souza Paranagu´ de Orléans e Bragança (b. 1986), educ. Ballet Dalal Achcar, Colégio Teresiano, and the Pontifical Catholic Univ (PUC) of Rio de Janeiro (BA 2008), Gávea, Rio de Janeiro, Ecole Lesage, Paris, and and the European Inst of Business Administration (INSEAD) (MBA), Fontainebleau, France, Graphic Designer with Estudio Grafico Marcia Cabral 2006-2007, Designer with Ana Laet 2007-2012, freelance designer as Yasmine.Aimée since 2012, daughter of Senhor Pedro Henrique Leite Paranaguá, of Rio de Janeiro, architect and interior designer, by his wife, Senhora Naná Marques de Souza Paranaguá, designer. He has issue, a son and a daughter:
          • (a) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom João Antonio Pedro de Alcantara Luiz Miguel Rafael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança e Paranaguá. b. at Singapore, 21st June 2017. Rcvd: GC of the Imperial Orders of Dom Pedro I and of the Rose (17.12.2017).
          • (a) H.R.H. Princess Senhorita Dona Mia Isabel de Orléans e Bragança e Paranaguá. b. at Singapore, 29th April 2015.
        • (1) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria Cristina Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Bragança. b. at Rio de Janeiro, 26th December 1989, educ. Colegio Santa Marcelina, and Escola Oga Mitá, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • a) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Isabel Maria Amélia Luiza Vitória Thereza Joanna Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza [H.R.H. Isabelle, Countess of Paris]. b. at the Château d’Eu, France, 13th August 1911, educ. privately. Rcvd: Dame of the Order of the Starry Cross of Austria. m. at Palermo, Italy, 8th April 1931 (div. 1975), H.R.H. Prince Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis Philippe, Count of Paris (cre. 1928), Head of the Royal House of France (b. at the Château Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache, Aisne, France, 5th July 1908; d. 19th June 1999, bur. Royal Chapel of St Louis, Dreaux), rcvd: Knt of the Order of the Annunziata of Italy (7.2.1948), eldest son of H.R.H. Prince Jean Pierre Clément Marie, Duke de Guise and Head of the Royal House of France, by his wife, H.R.H. Princess Isabelle Marie Laure Mercédes Ferdinande, Duchess de Guise, third daughter of H.R.H. Prince Louis Philippe Albert of France, Count of Paris. She d. at Paris, France, 5th July 2003 (bur. at the Royal Chapel of St Louis, Dreaux), having had issue, five sons and six daughters.
    • b) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria Francisca Amélia Luiza Vitória Thereza Elisabeth Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. at the Château d’Eu, Normandy, France, 8th September 1915, educ. privately. Grand Mistress of the Order of St Isabel for ladies from 13th October 1942. m. at Rio de Janeiro, 13th October (civ.) and de São Pedro de Alcântara, Petrópolis, 15th October 1942 (relig.), H.R.H. The August Senhor Prince Dom Duarte Nuno Fernando Maria Miguel Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga Francisco Xavier Raimundo António de Bragança e Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg, Duke of Bragança, Duke and Count of Barcelos, Duke and Count of Guimaraes, Marquis of Vila Viçosa, Count of Arrayolos, of Ourém, of Faria, of Neiva, etc, Infant and Head of the Royal House of Portugal and the Algarves (b. at Seebenstein Castle, Neunkirchen, Lower Austria, 23rd September 1907; d. at Ferragudo, Lagoa, the Algarve, Portugal, 24th December 1976, bur. in the Church of the Convento dos Agostinhos de Vila Viçosa, Évora), became Head of the Royal House of Portugal and the Algarves and Sovereign Grand Master of the Order of Our Lady of the Conception of Vila Viçosa, etc, on the death of King Manoel II 2nd July 1932, rcvd: Knt of the Order of the Golden Fleece of Spain, and Annunziata of the House of Savoy, GC of the Order of SS Maurice & Lazarus of the House of Savoy, Bailiff GC of Honour & Devotion of the SMO of Malta, etc, third son of H.R.H. The August Senhor Dom Miguel Maria Carlos Egídio Constantino Gabriel Raphael Gonzaga Francisco de Paula e de Assis Januário, Duke of Bragança and Head of the Royal House of Portugal and the Algarves, by his second wife, H.R.H. Princess Dona Maria Thereza Sofia Pia Anna Melchiora de Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg e Liechtenstein, Duchess of Bragança, daughter of H.S.H. Karl Heinrich Ernst Franz, 6th Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg. She d. at Lisbon, Portugal, 15th January 1968 (bur. at the Convent das Chagas de Cristo, Vila Viçosa, Évora), having had issue, three sons.
    • c) H.R.H. Princess Dona Thereza (Tété) Maria Teodora Michaela Gabriela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, 18th June 1919, educ. privately. m. at Sintra, Estremadura, Portugal, 7th October 1957, Señor Ernesto António Maria Martorell e Caldéró (b. at Lisbon, Portugal, 1921; d. at Madrid, Spain, 10th January 1985), Portuguese industrialist, son of Señor José Martorell y Panyellas, Spanish industrialist, by his wife, Señora Dona Maria de la Concepción Caldéró y Coronas, daughter of Juan Caldéró y Galí-Vila, industrialist, of Catalonia, Spain. She d. at Estoril, Cascais, Portugal, 18th April 2011, having had issue, two daughters:
      • i) Senhora Dona Elisabeth Maria Francisca Joanna Pia e Todos los Santos Martorell y de Orléans e Bragança. b. at Madrid, Spain, 14th February 1959. m. (first) at Sintra, Estremadura, Portugal, 26th December 1986 (div.), Senhor João Espírito Santo e Silva Salgado (b. 5th January 1952), Dir Espírito Santo International S.A. since 2001, youngest son of Senhor João Carlos Roma Machado Cardoso Salgado (né do Espírito Santo Silva Salgado), economist, by his wife, Senhora Maria de la Conceição Cohen do Espírito Santo e Silva Salgado, eldest daughter of Senhor Ricardo Ribeiro do Espírito Santo e Silva. m. (second) (morganatic) 2000, as his second wife, Senhor Dr José Maria Street de Oliveira Calém (b. 1950), Managing Partner Empreendimentos Imobiliários e Administração S.A., Presdt Construção e Sinalização S.A., Dir Soc de Produçãoo e Distribuição de Gás S.A., Mbr Associaçãoo Comercial do Porto, Clube de Caçadores da Encosta de Santa Luzía, etc, eldest son of Senhor Dr Joaquim Manuel Pacheco de Oliveira Calém, of Oporto, Portugal, sometime MD of AA Calém & Son Lda and Presdt Assoc of Port Wine Exporters, by his wife, Senhora Maria do Carmo [Mia] Belford Street, daughter of Kenneth Miller Street, sometime Dir Street, F. & Co Ltd, of Westminster, London. She had issue, one daughter by her first husband, and one daughter by her second husband:
        • (1) Senhora Dona Maria Thereza Orléans e Bragança Martorell Silva Salgado de Freitas. b. at Rio de Janeiro, 14th September 1988. m. at the Chapel of Espírito Santo, Cascais, Portugal, 24th September 2016, Senhor Nuno Amaral de Freitas (b. 1988), educ. at the Portuguese Catholic Univ (BSc 2010), joined Saxo Bank 2011, Assist Business Analyst 2011-2012, Snr Assoc Private Business 2012-2013, Mngr Value Chain Optimisation 2013-2014, Business Controller Business Planning & Analyses 2014-2016, Regional Business Intelligence Mngr with ISS AS in Denmark since 2016.
        • (2) Senhora Dona Maria de Carmo Orléans e Bragança Calém. b. 2002.
      • ii) Senhora Dona Núria Francisca Joanna de Santissima Trinidade Martorell y de Orléans e Bragança. b. at Lisbon, Portugal, 16th October 1960.
  • 2) H.I.H. Prince Senhor Dom Luíz Felippe Pedro de Alcántara Maria Gastão Miguel Raphael Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince Imperial of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at the Princesa Palace, Petrópolis, 26th November 1878, educ. privately. Assumed the title of Prince Imperial of Brazil with style of His Imperial Highness when his elder brother renounced his rights to the Imperial Crown of Brazil, 30th October 1908. Cmsnd. into the Austro-Hungarian Army as Lieut. 3rd Corps of Artillery "The Archduke William", retd as Lieut (reserve) 5th Regt. of Hussars. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Pedro I, Cross, and the Rose of Brazil, and Carlos III of Spain, Knt. of the Order of the Legion of Honour of France. m. at Cannes, France, 4th November 1908, H.I.H. Princess Senhora Dona Maria das Graças Pia Clara Anna Thereza Isabel Lutgarda Apolina Agata Cecilia Filomena Antonia Lucia Cristina Caterina de Borbone e Borbone, Princess of Brazil, Princess of Orléans-Braganza (b. at Cannes, 12th August 1878; d. at Mandelieu, 20th June 1973, bur. at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of Dreux, France), née Princess Bourbon of the Two Sicilies, rcvd: Dame of the Order of St. Elisabeth of Bavaria, and the Constantinian Order of St George, third daughter of H.R.H. The Serene Prince Alfonso Maria Giuseppe Alberto, Count of Caserta, Prince Bourbon of the Two Sicilies, Head of the Royal House of the Two Sicilies, by his wife, H.R.H. The Serene Princess Maria Antonietta Giuseppina Leopoldina, Countess of Caserta, Princess Bourbon of the Two Sicilies, eldest daughter of H.R.H. The Serene Prince Francesco di Paola Luigi Emanuele of the Two Sicilies, Count of Trapani. He d.v.p. from an illness contracted on active service, at Cannes, France, 26th March 1920 (bur. at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of Dreux, France), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:
    • a) H.I.H. Prince Senhor Dom Pedro Henrique de Orléans e Bragança, Prince and Head of the Imperial House of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza - see below.
    • b) H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom Luíz Gastão António Maria Felipe de Orléans e Bragança, Prince Imperial of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Cannes, France, 19th February 1911, educ. privately. Assumed the title of Prince Imperial of Brazil with the style of His Imperial Highness 14th November 1921. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Pedro I and of the Rose. He d. unm. at Neuilly sur Seine, France, 8th September 1931 (bur. at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of St Louis, Dreux).
    • a) H.R.H. Princess Dona Pia Maria Rainiera Isabel Antonietta Vitória Thereza Amélia Gerarda Raimunda Anna Michaela Raphaela Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, France, 4th March 1913, educ. privately. Heiress Presumptive with the title of Princess Imperial of Brazil and style of Her Imperial Highness 8th September 1931 to 6th June 1938. Rcvd: Cdr of the National Order of Merit, Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters and Knt of the Order of the Legion of Honour of France. m. at Paris, 11th August (civ.) and 12th August 1948 (rel.) René Jean Marie Nicholas de Nicolay, Count de Nicolay (b. at Château de Le Lude, Sarthe, France, 17th January 1910; d. at Paris, 24th November 1954), younger son of Aymard Marie Jean de Nicolay, Marquess de Goussainville, Count de Nicolay, by his wife Yvonne Léonie Marie Anne Georgine, Marquise de Goussainville, née de Talhouet Roy. She d. at Château de Le Lude, Sarthe, France, 24th October 2000, having had issue, two sons:
      • i) Louis-Jean Marie Benoît Alphonse Raymond de Nicolay, Marquess de Goussainville. b. at Le Mans, Sarthe, Pays-de-la-Loire, France, 18th September 1949. Lic-en-Droit, Dip. de Sc. Pol. m. at the Chapel of Château de Hex, Luxembourg, 23rd  August 1980, Barbara Marie Anne Jeanne Pia, Marquesse de Goussainville (b. Elizabethville, Congo, 8th August 1958), daughter of Count Michel Alfred Isabelle Marie d’Ursel de de Bousies, by his wife, Countess Ferdinanda, daughter of The Noble Pasquale, Marchese di Diana, of Rome, Italy. He had issue, two sons and two daughters:
        • (1) Antoine Marie Philippe René Michel Joseph de Nicolay, Count de Nicolay. b. at Le Mans, Sarthe, Pays-de-la-Loire, France, 7th September 1988.
        • (2) Arnoud Marie Michel Charles Antoine Jean Paul Joseph de Nicolay, Count de Nicolay. b. at Le Mans, Sarthe, Pays-de-la-Loire, France, 25th August 1991. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
        • (1) Marie Adélaide Jeanne Paule Bénédicte Stéphanie de Nicolay [Countess Charles-Antoine de Liedekerke]. b. at Brussels, Belgium, 22nd July 1982. b. at Château de Le Lude, Sarthe, Pays-de-la-Loire, France, 9th July 2011, Count Charles-Antoine Philippe Marie Rasse de Liedekerke (b. at Leesburg, Florida, USA, 21st July 1981), Dir Soil Capital Ltd since 2013, son of Count Charles-Amédée Marie Ghislain Rasse de Liedekerke, of Etterbeek, Brussels, Belgium, sometime Chair Cobehold SA, by his wife, Countess Anne Claire Marie Louise Madeleine, daughter of Baron Philippe Emmanuel Josèph de Woot de Trixhe, of Etterbeek, Brussels, Belgium. She has issue, one son:
          • (a) Count Paul de Liedekerke. b. at London, 5th June 2015.
        • (2) Marguerite Marie Philippine Roberte Jeanne Paola de Nicolay [Mrs Marguerite MacKay]. b. at Brussels, Belgium, 22nd July 1984. m. at Château de Le Lude, Sarthe, Pays-de-la-Loire, France, 7th September 2013, Alban Mark Emannuel Miller MacKay (b. at Jakarta, Java, Indonesia, 14th December 1979), Vice-Presdt Deutsche Bank AG, Mbr Deutsche Bank Commercial Real Estate team (DB CRE) based in London, Dir Emmaus South Lambeth Community 2010-2012, Global Real Estate Inst, etc, second son of Brian Hugh Miller Mackay, of Château du Puiseux le Hauberger, Oise, France, by his wife, Delphine Marie, daughter of Count Eugène Xavier de Maistre. She has issue, a daughter:
          • (a) Pia-Stella MacKay. b. at London, 6th February 2016.
      • ii) Robert Marie Pie Benoit de Nicolay. b. at Neuilly-sur-Seine, Upper Seine, 17th February 1952, educ. Coll Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Mains, l’École Sainte-Genevieve, Versailles, l’École nationale supériure des mines, and l’École nationale d’administration, Paris. Civil Engineer (Mining). Head of Mission to the Sec-Gen. Ministry of National Defence 1981-1984, and for the Secretariat-General of the government 1984-1992, Public Auditor and Magistrate of the Court of Auditors since 1992, Presdt. of Branics. Rcvd: Knt of the Order of National Merit, and the Academic Palms. m. at Paris, 5th February 1983, H.H. Princess Nathalie Laetitia Jeanne Yvonne Marie (b. at Neuilly, France, 5th April 1961), eldest daughter of H.H. Prince Napoléon Joachim Louis Maurice Murat, by his wife H.H. Inès Simone Jeanne Marie Thérèse Charlotte, Princess Murat, eldest daughter of Philippe Anne Louis Marie Dieudonné Jean d’Albert de Luynes, 11th Duke de Luynes and 12th Duke de Chevreuse. He has issue, two sons and three daughters:
        • (1) René Marie Philippe de Nicolay, Count de Nicolay. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 29th April 1991.
        • (2) Christian de Nicolay, Count de Nicolay. b. 11th January 2002.
        • (1) Irène Marie Pia Inès de Nicolay. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 6th November 1985. She d. from heart failure, at Paris 8th Arrondissement, France, during the night of 9-10th April 2007.
        • (2) Louise Marie Jeanne Yvonne de Nicolay. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 15th March 1987.
        • (3) Elvire Marie Pauline Laure de Nicolay. b. at Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine, France, 7th August 1988.
  • 3) Captain H.R.H. Prince Senhor Dom António Gastão Felipe Francisco de Assis Maria Miguel Raphael Gabriel Gonzaga de Orléans e Bragança, Prince of Brazil, Prince of Orléans-Braganza, MC (16.8.1917). b. at Rue Faisanderie, Paris, France, 9th August 1881, educ. privately. Trooper Natal Carbineers served Zulu Rebellion 1906 (rcvd. Natal Rebellion medal with clasp), Cmsnd. Lieut. 6th Regt. of Hussars, Austro-Hungarian Army 1908, resigned 1914, Cmsnd. as Lieut. British Army 1914, attached Royal Canadian Dragoons, served in the Great War with Army intelleigence (MID, immediate MC, 1915 star, British War and Allied Victory medals), prom. Capt. 1918. Rcvd: GC of the Orders of Pedro I, the Cross of Brazil, and of the Rose, Carlos III of Spain, Christ of Portugal, and Merit (Civil) of Bulgaria, the Order of the Rising Sun 1st class of Japan, and Knt. of the Order of the Legion of Honour of France (1917). He d. unm. in a flying accident, at Edmonton, London, 29th November 1918 (bur. at the Orléans Mausoleum, Royal Chapel of Dreux, France).
  • 1) H.R.H. Princess Senhora Dona Luiza Vitória de Orléans e Bragança, Princess of Brazil, Princess of Orléans-Braganza. b. and d. at Rio de Janeiro, 28th July 1874.
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