María Josefa de Sophia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza

Nombre al nacer Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza, María Josefa de Sophia
Sexo femenino
Edad de defunción 77 años, 8 meses, 3 días

Eventos

Evento Fecha Lugar Descripción Notas Fuentes
Nacimiento 1872-02-29 Mikosd,Hungría  
 
Defunción 1949-11-00 Campo de Concentración de Dévabànya,Rumania  
 

Padres

Parentesco con la persona principal Nombre Parentesco dentro de esta familia (si no es por nacimiento)
Padre Salvador Agustín Francisco de Paula Yturbide Marzan
Madre Gizella María Terezia Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
         María Josefa de Sophia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
    Hermana     María Gizela Anna Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
    Hermana     María Terezia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza

Familias

    Familia de Johann Nepomuk Adolf Ferdinand Josef Tunkl von Aschbrunn und Hohenstadt y María Josefa de Sophia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
Casados Esposo Johann Nepomuk Adolf Ferdinand Josef Tunkl von Aschbrunn und Hohenstadt
   
Evento Fecha Lugar Descripción Notas Fuentes
Matrimonio 1908-03-12 Bistrița, Rumania, en ese momento Beszterce, Hungría  
 
  Hijos
  1. María Gizela Josefa Izabela Tunkl Iturbide
    Familia de Charles de Carriere y María Josefa de Sophia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
Casados Esposo Charles de Carriere
   
Evento Fecha Lugar Descripción Notas Fuentes
Matrimonio 1923-04-14 Bistrița, Rumania, en ese momento Beszterce, Hungría  
 

Narrativa

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Josepha_Sophia_de_Iturbide
Maria Josepha Sophia de Itúrbide, Princess Imperial of Mexico (29 February 1872 – November 1949) was the head of the Imperial House of Mexico from 1925 to 1949.
Biography
Maria Josepha was born in Mikosdpuszta castle, Austria-Hungary, the daughter of Prince Salvador de Itúrbide y de Marzán and Baroness Gizella Mikos de Tarrodháza. Her father was the grandson of Emperor Agust��n de Iturbide and an adopted son
of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico and his consort, Charlotte of Belgium.
In 1881, the Itúrbide family left Hungary and moved to Venice. Maria Josepha spent her teenage years in this city. After her father's death in 1895, her mother married secondly Count Emil von Jenison-Walworth in 1900.[1]
Maria Josepha was married to Baron Johann Tunkl von Aschbrunn und Hohenstadt (12 July 1872 – 10 May 1915) in Beszterce on 12 March 1908. Following his death in 1915, she married Charles de Carriere (24 November 1875 – November 1949) on 14 April 1923 in Bistriţa.
Following the death of her childless uncle Agustín de Itúrbide y Green in 1925, Maria Josepha inherited the Iturbide and Habsburg claims to the throne of Mexico but she played no political rule.[2]
Despite her very advanced age, she and her second husband, Charles de Carriere, were interned in 1948 by the Romanian Communist government as class enemies of the people.[2] They died under suspicious circumstances shortly after their internment in Deva in November 1949. In accordance with her will and her daughters' wishes, the claim to the throne passed to her only grandson Maximilian von Götzen-Itúrbide.

Árbol

  1. Salvador Agustín Francisco de Paula Yturbide Marzan
    1. Gizella María Terezia Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
      1. María Josefa de Sophia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
        1. Johann Nepomuk Adolf Ferdinand Josef Tunkl von Aschbrunn und Hohenstadt
          1. María Gizela Josefa Izabela Tunkl Iturbide
        2. Charles de Carriere
      2. María Gizela Anna Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza
      3. María Terezia Iturbide é Mikos de Tarrõdhàza

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