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Carlos, Prince of Bourbon, 1848-1909


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    • us: Austria-Este, Carlos María de los Dolores Borbón y, 1848-1909
    • us: Borbón y Austria-Este, Carlos María de los Dolores, 1848-1909
    • us: Carlos, duque de Madid, 1848-1909
    • us: Dicastillo, Carlos María de los Dolores Borbón y Austria-Este, conde de, 1848-1909
    • us: Este, Carlos María de los Dolores Borbón y Austria-, 1848-1909
    • us: Madrid, Carlos María de los Dolores Borbón y Austria-Este, duque de, 1848-1909
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18480330
    • Death Date

        19090718
    • Birth Place

        Ljubljana, Slovenia
    • Death Place

        Varese, Italy
    • Associated Locale

        Spain
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Carlos, Prince of Bourbon, called Don Carlos, 1848-1909
  • Sources

    • found: Peinado Peinado, R. Recuerdos de un carlista andaluz, 1982?: p. 25 (don Carlos María Isidro de Borbón)
    • found: LC data base, 10-3-84 (hdg.: Carlos, Prince of Bourbon, called Don Carlos, 1848-1909)
    • found: Carlos VII y su tiempo, 1994?: p. 16 (Carlos María de los Dolores de Borbón y Austria-Este; the final Carlist pretender to the Spanish throne; known by his supporters as Carlos VII)
    • found: Enc. univ. ilus., c1931 (Carlos María de los Dolores de Borbón y Austria-Este; b. Mar. 30, 1848 in Varese, Italy; duque de Madrid; Carlist supporter known as Carlos VII; given the title conde de Dicastillo by supporters in 1880; d. July 18, 1909)
    • found: Genealogía de los reyes de España, 1972? (Carlos María de los Dolores, duque de Madrid)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sep. 12, 2013: (Carlos, Duke of Madrid; b. Mar. 30 in Ljubljana, Slovenia; senior member of the House of Bourbon from 1887 until his death. He was the Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain under the name Carlos VII from 1868 (his father's Spanish abdication), and the Legitimist claimant to the throne of France under the name Carlos XI after the death of his father in 1887. Carlos organized and led the Third Carlist War. Between 1872 and 1876 he effectively ruled much of peninsular Spain; d. July 18, 1909, in Varese, Italy)
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    • 1984-10-05: new
    • 2013-09-13: revised
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