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  1. Ferdinand I (German: Ferdinand I. 19 April 1793 – 29 June 1875) was the Emperor of Austria from March 1835 until his abdication in December 1848. As ruler of Austria, he was also President of the German Confederation , King of Hungary , Croatia and Bohemia (as Ferdinand V ), King of Lombardy–Venetia and holder of many other lesser titles (see grand title of the Emperor of Austria ).

  2. Ferdinand (I), also called Ferdinand the Benign, German Ferdinand der Gütige, (born April 19, 1793, Vienna, Austria—died June 29, 1875, Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary), emperor of Austria from 1835 to 1848, when he abdicated his throne.

  3. Ferdinand I (1503 - 1564) was the Holy Roman Emperor (1558 - 1564), King of Bohemia and Hungary (1526 - 1564), and Archduke of Austria (1520 - 1564). Ferdinand was born in Madrid on 10 March 1503 to Philip the Handsome of the House of Habsburg and Queen Joanna the Mad of Castile. After the death of Ferdinand's uncle, the Emperor Maximilian I, Ferdinand received the hereditary Habsburg lands of ...

  4. Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria was a sovereign of Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty who reigned from 1835 until his abdication in 1848. Because he was the monarch of Austria, he was granted titles like president of the German Confederation, king of Hungary, Croatia and Bohemia (as Ferdinand V), and king of Lombardy–Venetia.

  5. Given the settlement of 1521 and the election of 1531, Ferdinand became Holy Roman Emperor and suo jure Archduke of Austria. Due to lengthy debate and bureaucratic procedure, the Imperial Diet did not accept the Imperial succession until 3 May 1558.

  6. Aug 28, 2019 · Ferdinand der Gütige Golden Fleece - Knights: Austrian Branch. Emperor of Austria Reign 2. March 1835 – 2. December 1848; King of Hungary and Croatia Reign 28. September 1830 – 2 December 1848 Coronation 28 September 1830, Pressburg

    • "Dobrotivý", "Der Gütliche"
    • Wien, Österreich, Deutschland (HRR)
    • April 19, 1793
  7. Apr 19, 2016 · Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria, the eldest son of the Holy Roman Emperor Franz II (later Emperor Franz I of Austria) and his second wife Maria Theresa of the Two Sicilies, who were double first cousins, was born on April 19, 1793, in Vienna, Austria. The overjoyed father wrote to his relatives that “a healthy prince” was born, but that proved to be wrong.

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