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Maria Josepha of Portugal (1857–1943)

Maria Josepha of Portugal (1857–1943)

Princess of Portugal. Name variations: Marie-José Bragança von Wittelsbach; Infanta of Portugal. Born on March 19, 1857; died on March 11, 1943; daughter of Adelheid (1831–1909) and Miguel also known as Michael I (1802–1866), king of Portugal (r. 1828–1834); married Karl Theodor "Gackl" (1839–1909), on April 29, 1874; children: Elizabeth of Bavaria (1876–1965); Maria Gabriele of Bavaria (1878–1912).

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