• Born 17 December 1734 (Friday) - Lisbon, Portugal
  • Deceased 20 March 1816 (Wednesday) - Rio de Janeiro, Brazilië,aged 81 years old
  • Buried 8 July 1821 (Sunday) - Estrela Basilica, Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Queen of Portugal 1777 1816, Königin v. Portugal


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    - Albero Genealogico di FamilySearch - Rainha de Portugal Maria Clemente Francisco José António Ibr>Nomi alla nascita: Algarve, Princess of Beira Queen of Brazil PortugalMaria de Braganca I, Queen of PortugalMaria I De BragançaMaria I De Bragança Queen Of Portugal & BrazilMaria I of PortugalMaria I Queen Of PortugalMaria I Queen_ of PortugalMaria I Von_ PortugalMaria I, Queen PortugalMaria Mary I QueenMary I Of Portugal ;[Queen]Mary I of Portugal Queenbr>Soprannome: A Piedosabr>Sesso: Femminabr>Nascita: 17 dic 1734 Lisboa, Portugalbr>Matrimonio: 6 giu 1760 Real Paço da Ajuda, Lisboa, Portugalbr>Morte: 20 mar 1816 Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazilbr>Sepoltura: 1821 Basilica da Estrela,Lisboabr>Sembra che ci sia un problema con i parenti di questa persona. Guarda questa persona su FamilySearch per consultare queste informazioni.br>  Informazioni addizionali:

    LifeSketch: The mentally unstable Queen Maria I was married to her uncle, who had his own share of mental issues. Over the course of her rule from 1777 to 1816, she watched two of her children die of smallpox, as well as her son in law and grandson, all of which is partially blamed for her decline into insanity. Known as the Mad Queen, she was given to delusional fits and religious obsessions, and often dressed as a little girl. Maria spent much time in seclusion, but her howling could be heard throughout the royal estate. Her grip on sanity was so feeble that by 1799 her son John was the unofficial ruler while she remained queen in title only. Eventually the family fled to Brazil during the Napoleonic Wars, and Maria I died in a convent. Mental illness ran through Maria I's family, afflicting both her grandfathers. The family was also extremely inbred: not only was Maria I married to her uncle, but Maria's eldest son Joseph married his aunt. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_I_of_Portugal Queen of Portugal and the Algarves Reign 24 February 1777 – 16 December 1815 Acclamation 13 May 1777 Predecessor Joseph I Co monarch Pedro III Regent John, Prince Regent (1792–1816) Queen of the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves Reign 16 December 1815 – 20 March 1816 Successor John VI Regent John, Prince Regent Born 17 December 1734 Ribeira Palace, Lisbon, Kingdom of Portugal Died 20 March 1816 (aged 81) Carmo Convent, Rio de Janeiro, Kingdom of Brazil Burial Estrela Basilica, Lisbon, Portugal Spouse Pedro III of Portugal (m. 1760; d. 1786) Issue see details... Joseph, Prince of Brazil John VI Infanta Maria Ana Vitória Full name Portuguese: Maria Francisca Isabel Josefa Antónia Gertrudes Rita Joana House Braganza Father Joseph I Mother Mariana Victoria of Spain Religion Roman Catholicism Signature Maria I's signature
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