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Louisa Carlotta of Naples (1804–1844)

Louisa Carlotta of Naples (1804–1844)

Neapolitan princess and duchess of Cadiz. Name variations: Luisa of Sicily. Born on October 24, 1804; died on January 29, 1844; daughter of Francis I, king of the Two Sicilies (r. 1825–1830), and Marie Isabella of Spain (1789–1848); sister of Maria Cristina I of Naples (1806–1878), queen of Spain; married Francisco de Paula (1794–1865), duke of Cadiz (brother of Ferdinand VII, king of Spain), on June 11, 1819; children: Francisco de Asís or Asíz (1822–1902, who married Isabella II , queen of Spain); Amalia de Paula (b. 1834, who married Adalbert Wittelsbach on August 25, 1856); Marie Christine de Paula (1833–1902, who married Sebastian de Bourbon); Enrique or Henry, duke of Seville. Francisco de Paula's second wife was Therese Arredondo .

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