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Infante Francisco Javier of Spain

Infante Francisco Javier of Spain
Infante of Spain
Portrait of Infante Francisco of Spain by Anton Raphael Mengs.
Born (1757-02-15)15 February 1757
Palace of Portici, Naples
Died 10 April 1771(1771-04-10) (aged 14)
Aranjuez, Spain
Burial El Escorial, Spain
Full name
Francisco Javier Antonio Pascual Bernardo Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Aniello Julian of Naples and Sicily
House House of Bourbon
Father Charles III of Spain[1]
Mother Maria Amalia of Saxony

Infante Francisco Javier Antonio Pascual Bernardo Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Aniello Julian of Spain (15 February 1757 – 10 April 1771) was a son of King Charles III of Spain and younger brother of King Charles IV of Spain and King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies.

Biography

Born in Portici, he was named Francisco Javier Antonio Pascual Bernardo Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Aniello Julian of Naples and Sicily; he was the last son of King Charles VII and V and Maria Amalia of Saxony; his father was the King of Naples and Sicily as part of a personal union from 1735. At the death of his uncle Ferdinand VI of Spain, who he never met, his parents, brothers Charles and Gabriel, and sisters Maria Luisa and Maria Josefa departed for Spain where his father ruled as Charles III.

He died of Smallpox, on 10 April 1771 at the age of 14 years.

Ancestry

Titles, styles, honours and arms

Titles and styles

  • 15 February 1757 - 10 April 1771 His Royal Highness Prince Francisco Javier of Naples and Sicily, Infante of Spain

Honours

References

  1. ^ Nicholas Henderson, "Charles III of Spain: An Enlightened Despot," History Today, Nov 1968, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p673-682 and Issue 11, pp 760–768

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