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Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria
Bavarian prince and imperial field marshal

Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria

Ferdinand Maria Innocenz of Bavaria
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Intro Bavarian prince and imperial field marshal
Is Prince
From Germany
Field Royals
Gender male
Birth Brussels
Death Munich
Father: Maximilian II EmanuelElector of Bavaria
Siblings: Joseph Ferdinand of BavariaEmmanuel-François-Joseph de BavièrePhilipp Moritz von BayernClemens August of BavariaJohn Theodore of BavariaCharles VIIHoly Roman Emperor
Spouse: Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Neuburg
Children: Duke Clement Francis of BavariaJoseph Ferdinand Maria of Salern
The details (from wikipedia)


Ferdinand Maria Innocenz Michael Joseph of Bavaria (5 August 1699 in Brussels – 9 December 1738 in Munich) was a Bavarian prince and an Imperial Field marshal.


Ferdinand Maria Innocent was a son of Elector Maximilian II Emanuel of Bavaria (1662-1726) from his marriage to Therese Kunigunde Sobieska (1676-1730 ), a daughter of King John III Sobieski of Poland.

He served as a general in the imperial army. In 1738, he was promoted to Field marshal and imperial Feldzeugmeister.

He died in 1738 and was buried in the Theatine Church in Munich.

Marriage and issue

Ferdinand Maria Innocent married on 5 February 1719 in Zákupy to Maria Anna Carolina, a daughter of Philip William August, Count Palatine of Neuburg. He had the following children:

  • Maximilian Francis Joseph (1720-1738)
  • Clement Francis de Paula (1722-1770)
married in 1742 Countess Palatine Maria Anna of Sulzbach (1722-1790)
  • Therese Emmanuel (1723-1743)

Ferdinand also had a son from his extra-marital affaire with Countess Marie Adelaide Fortunata Spaur (1694-1781):

  • Joseph Ferdinand (1718-1805), Duke of Salern, married:
    1. in 1753 to Countess Marie Mechthildis of Törring (1734-1764)
    2. in 1766 to Countess Josepha of La Rosee (d. 1772)

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