(Redirected from Princess Louise-Marie of France) Louise-Marie of France (15 July 1737 – 23 December 1787) was a French princess and Carmelite, the youngest of the ten children of Louis XV and Maria Leszczyńska.
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Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria (who was given the Latin baptismal name of Maria Ludovica Leopoldina Francisca Theresa Josepha Lucia) was born at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna on 12 December 1791 to Archduke Francis of Austria and his second wife, Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily.
Marie louise definition, 2nd wife of Napoleon I: empress of France; duchess of Parma 1816–31 (daughter of Francis II of Austria; mother of Napoleon II). See more.
Between 1900 and 2019 there were 51,611 births of Marie-louise in the countries below, which represents an average of 434 births of children bearing the first name Marie-louise per year on average throughout this period.
The name Marie is often found in compound names such as Anne-Marie, or Marie-Louise. The popularity of the name Marie was not high in any English speaking countries around the world in 2014. Its popularity peaked in these countries around the 1890s-early 1900s.
Jan 31, 2017 · 34 years old Marie Louise Kanellis-Bennett is an American professional wrestler and actress who worked for the world famous entertainment television shows named Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) under the ring name of Marie. Regardless of being wrestler, she is also very good singer, model and valet.
Austrian royalty, Empress of France. Born Archduchess Marie-Louise Leopoldine Francoise Theresa Josephine Lucia von Habsburg, she was the eldest child of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II (Emperor Francis I of Austria) and his wife, Maria Theresa of the two Sicilies.
Mary/Marie/Maria is the standard middle name for many Catholics, because all boys have Joseph and girls have Mary, named after the parents of Jesus (Marie/Maria for those of French/ Spanish/ Italian/ Portuguese origin/ and Catholics from Eastern Europe), although this is less common now than it was in the past.