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Francisco António, Prince of Beira

Prince Francisco António
Prince of Beira, Duke of Barcelos (more...)
Nicolas-Antoine Taunay, c.1816
Full name
Francisco António Pio de Bragança
House House of Braganza
Father John VI of Portugal
Mother Carlota Joaquina of Spain
Born (1795-03-21)21 March 1795
Queluz Royal Palace
Died 11 June 1801(1801-06-11) (aged 6)
Queluz Royal Palace
Burial Royal Pantheon of the House of Braganza
Religion Roman Catholicism

D. Francisco Antonio, Prince of Beira (21 March 1795 – 11 June 1801)[1] was the first son of D. João Maria and D. Carlota Joaquina, the Prince and Princess of Brazil.[2]

The Prince was born on 21 March 1795, and was titled the Prince of Beira and the Duke of Barcelos, as heir-apparent to the heir-apparent of the throne of Portugal. Antonio Francisco died on 11 June 1801, at the age of six, passing his title as Prince of Beira to his younger brother, the Infante D. Pedro de Alcântara.

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References

  1. ^ Francisco Antônio Pio de Bragança (1795 - 1801)
  2. ^ Royal Ark

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