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Maria Josepha von Sachsen
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Birth: Nov. 4, 1731
Death: Mar. 13, 1767

Royalty, daughter of Friedrich August II and Maria Josepha of Habsburg. She married Louis of France as his second wife in 1747 and bore him nine children including King Louis XVI. Her heart was buried at St Denis. 
 
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 Parents:
  Friedrich August II of Saxony (1696 - 1763)
  Maria Josepha of Habsburg (1699 - 1757)
 
 Spouses:
  Louis Ferdinand de Bourbon (1729 - 1765)*
  Louis-Ferdinand Bourbon (1729 - 1765)*
 
 Children:
  Marie-Zéphyrine de France (1750 - 1755)*
  Louis Joseph Xavier de France (1751 - 1761)*
  Xavier Marie Joseph de France (1753 - 1754)*
  Marie Adélaïde Clotilde Xavière de Bourbon (1759 - 1802)*
 
 Siblings:
  Friedrich August von Sachsen (1720 - 1721)*
  Joseph August von Sachsen (1721 - 1728)*
  Friedrich Christian Wettin (1722 - 1763)*
  Maria Amelia of Saxony (1724 - 1760)*
  Marie Margarethe von Sachsen (1727 - 1734)*
  Maria Anna von Sachsen (1728 - 1797)*
  Franz Xaver von Sachsen (1730 - 1806)*
  Maria Josepha von Sachsen (1731 - 1767)
  Karl Christian Joseph of Courland (1733 - 1796)*
  Maria Elisabeth Appolonia von Sachsen (1736 - 1818)*
  Albert von Sachsen-Teschen (1738 - 1822)*
  Maria Kunigunde Dorothea von Sachsen (1740 - 1826)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint-Étienne Cathedral
Sens
Departement de l'Yonne
Bourgogne, France
 
Created by: Lutetia
Record added: Jul 11, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 20403713
Maria Josepha von Sachsen
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