Maria Isabel, Queen Consort of Spain
|Birthname||Maria Isabel Francisca|
|born on||19 May 1797 at 06:10 (= 06:10 AM )|
|Place||Lisbon, Portugal, 38n43, 9w08|
|Timezone||LMT m9w08 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||28°41' 01°58 Asc. 20°46'|
Portuguese Infanta who became the Queen of Spain as the second wife of Ferdinand VII of Spain. She was a daughter of Joao (John) VI of Portugal and his wife Carlota Joaquina of Spain. She was a sister of Pedro I of Brazil.
She married her maternal uncle King Ferdinand VII of Spain on 29 September 1816. Their only surviving child was Infanta María Luisa Isabel of Spain (1817–1818). Maria Isabel died on 26 December 1818 aged 21 in the Palace of Aranjuez while giving birth to a large, stillborn daughter.
- child->parent relationship with João VI, King of Portugal (born 13 May 1767)
- spouse relationship with Fernando VII, King of Spain (born 14 October 1784)
- sibling relationship with Ana de Jesus Maria, Infanta of Portugal (born 23 October 1806)
- sibling relationship with Francisco Antonio, Prince of Beira (born 21 March 1795)
- sibling relationship with Isabel Maria, Infanta of Portugal (born 4 July 1801)
- sibling relationship with Maria da Assunção, Infanta of Portugal (born 25 June 1805)
- sibling relationship with Maria Francisca, Countess of Molina (born 22 April 1800)
- sibling relationship with Maria Teresa, Infanta of Portugal (born 29 April 1793)
- sibling relationship with Miguel I, King of Portugal (born 26 October 1802)
- sibling relationship with Pedro I, Emperor of Brazil (born 12 October 1798)
Sy Scholfield quotes from "Descendência d'El-Rei Dom João VI" by Frederico Gavazzo Perry Vidal (Edições INAPA, 1996), p. xlviii: "n. no Paço Real da Quinta de Queluz, a 19 de Maio de 1797. 6 h. e 10. m. da manhã."
Translation: at the Queluz Royal Palace on 19 May 1797 at 6:10 a.m.
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (1)
- Personal : Death : Short Life less than 29 Yrs (Died aged 21)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (House of Braganza (by birth), House of Bourbon/Spain (by marriage))