European Royalty during World War II:
Royal Houses

Living Members of
The Former Royal House of Spain (Carlist), 1939-1945

Last Recognized Head of House

Alfonso Carlos (I), Infante of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (1849-1936).  Succeeded as Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain, head of the house of Bourbon, and legitimist claimant to the throne of France in 1931 on the death of his nephew, Infante Jaime (I) of Spain, Duke of Madrid (below).
Wife: 
Maria das Neves, née Infanta of
Portugal (1852-1941).  See below.  Died on February 14, 1941, in Vienna.

Brother
Son of Infante Juan (III) of Spain, Count of Montizon (1822-1887)

Carlos (VII), Infante of Spain, Duke of Madrid (1848-1909)
1st wife:  Marguerite
, née Princess of Bourbon-Parma (1847-1893).  See below.
2nd Wife:  Marie Berthe, née Princess of Rohan (1860-1945).  Died in Vienna on January 12, 1945.
Issue of his first marriage:
  1. Blanka, Archduchess Leopold Salvator of Austria (1868-     )
    Issue:  10 children, including
    1. Karl Pius Habsburg, né Archduke of Austria (1909-     ).  Considered as a potential Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain upon the death in 1936 of his great-uncle, Infante Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (above).  Forfeited his rights of succession in the House of Habsburg upon his unequal marriage in 1938.  Proclaimed himself King Carlos VIII of Spain in 1943.
      Wife:
      Christa, née Satzger de Baloanyos (1914-     )
      Issue:
      1. Alejandra Habsburg, born on January 20, 1941, at Viareggio, Italy.
      2. Imaculada Habsburg, born on July 3, 1945, at Almeria, Spain.
  2. Jaime (I), Infante of Spain, Duke of Madrid (1870-1930)
  3. Beatriz, Princess Fabrizio Massimo of Roviano, Duchess of Articoli Corrado (1874-     )
  4. Alicia, Señora Lino del Prete (1876-     )

Brother and Sisters of Grandfather
Children of King Carlos IV of Spain (1748-1819)

 
Francisco de Paula, Infante of Spain (1794-1865)
Issue:  11 children, including
  1. Francisco de Asis, Infante of Spain, Titular King of Spain (1822-1902)
    Issue:  12 children, including
    1. Alfonso XII, King of Spain (1857-1885)
      Issue:  3 children, including
      1. Alfonso XIII, King of Spain (1886-1941).  Succeeded his father, King Alfonso XII, as King from his birth in 1886 and was deposed in 1931.  Considered as a potential Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain, head of the house of Bourbon, and legitimist claimant to the throne of France upon the death in 1936 of his distant cousin, Infante Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (above).  Relinquished his rights to the Spanish throne in favor of his third son, Infante Juan, on January 15, 1941.  Died on February 28, 1941, in Rome.
        Wife:
        Victoria Eugenie, née Princess of Battenberg (1887-     )
        Issue:  6 children, including
        1. Don Jaime de Borbon y Battenberg, Duke of Segovia (1908-     ).  Renounced his rights of succession to the throne of Spain in 1933 in favor of his younger brother, Infante Juan, because of his deafness.  Considered by some French legitimists to have succeeded as head of the house of Bourbon and King of France upon the death of his father in 1941.
          Wife:
          Doña Emmanuela, née de Dampierre (1913-     )

          Issue:
          1. Don Alfonso de Borbon y de Dampierre (1936-     )
          2. Don Gonzalo de Borbon y de Dampierre (1937-     )
        2. Beatriz, Princess Alessandro Torlonia di Civitelli-Cesi (1909-     )
        3. Maria Cristina, Countess Enrico Marone-Cinzano (1911-     )
        4. Juan, Infante of Spain, Count of Barcelona (1913-     ).  Succeeded as Alfonsist claimant to the throne of Spain on his father's renunciation of his rights in 1941.  Considered as a potential Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain upon the death of his father in 1941.
          Wife: 
          Maria Mercedes, née Princess of Bourbon-Sicily, Infanta of Spain (1910-    )
          Issue:
          1. Maria del Pilar, Infanta of Spain (1936-     )
          2. Juan Carlos, Infante of Spain (1938-     )
          3. Margarita, Infanta of Spain, born on March 6, 1939, in Rome.
          4. Alfonso, Infante of Spain, born on October 3, 1941, in Rome.
    2. Maria de la Paz, Princess Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria (1862-     )
    3. Eulalia, Princess Antonio of Orleans-Borbon, Infanta of Spain, Duchess of Galliera (1864-     )
  2. Don Enrique de Borbon y de Borbon, Duke of Seville (1823-1870)
    Issue of his unequal marriage:  5 children, including
    1. Don Enrique de Borbon y de Castellvi, Duke of Seville (1848-1894)
      Wife:  Josefa, née Parade y Sibié (1840-1939).  Died in Madrid on October 20, 1939.

      Issue:  2 children, including
      1. Doña Enriqueta de Borbon y Parade, Duchess of Seville (1885-     ).  See below.
    2. Don Francisco de Borbon y de Castellvi (1853-1942).  Died in Madrid on February 28, 1942.
      2nd Wife:
      Felisa, née de Léon y Navarro de Balboa (1861-1943).  Died in Madrid on September 25, 1943.

      Issue:  8 children, including
      1. Maria-Luisa, Doña Diego González-Conde y García de la Cuesta (1880-     )
      2. Don Francisco de Borbon y de la Torre, Duke of Seville (1882-     )
        Wife:  Doña Enriqueta de Borbon y Parade, Duchess of Seville (1885-     ).  See above.

        Issue:  3 children, including
        1. Isabel, Signora Rinaldo Barucci (1908-     )
        2. Don Francisco de Borbon y de Borbon (1912-     ).  Married in Madrid on October 4, 1942.
          Wife: 
          Enriqueta, née Escasany y Miguel (1925-     )

          Issue:
          1. Don Francisco de Borbon y Escasany, born in Madrid on November 16, 1943.
          2. Don Alfonso Carlos de Borbon y Escasany, born in Madrid on February 10, 1945.
      3. Don José de Borbon y de la Torre (1883-     )
        Issue:  7 children, including
        1. Don José Luis de Borbon y Rich (1910-1936)
          Wife:  Maria, née de Salsas y Puig (1912-     )
        2. Don Carlos de Borbon y Rich (1915-     ).  Married in Madrid on February 15, 1939.
          Wife: 
          Maria del Milagros, née de Oro y Fernández de Caballos (1916-     )

          Issue:
          1. Don Carlos de Borbon y de Oro, born at Ciempozuelos on June 26, 1940.
          2. Doña Maria del Milagros de Borbon y de Oro, born at Ciempozuelos on November 27, 1941.
        3. Don Alberto de Borbon y Rich (1916-     ).  Married at Ildefonso de Madrid on January 30, 1940.
          Wife: 
          Maria de Dolores, née Campos y Guerra (1920-     )
        4. Beatriz, Doña Juan Ricoy y de Pereira (1918-     )
        5. Don Alonso de Borbon y Rich (1922-     )
      4. Doña Maria de los Dolores de Borbon y de la Torre (1887-     )
      5. Don Enrique de Borbon y de Léon, Marquis of Balboa (1891-1936)
        Wife:  Isabel, Countess of Esteban, née de Esteban y de Iranzo (1894-     )
        Issue:  2 children, including
        1. Doña Isabel de Borbon y de Esteban, Marchioness of Balboa (1918-     )
      6. Don Alfonso de Borbon y de Léon, Marquis of Squilace (1893-1936)
        Wife:  Maria Luise, née de Caralt y Mas (1898-     )
        Issue:
        1. Don Alfonso de Borbon y de Caralt, Marquis of Squilace (1926-     )
        2. Don Luis de Borbon y de Caralt (1927-     )
      7. Maria Blanca, Doña Luis de Figueroa y Alonso-Martinez, Countess of Romanones, Countess of la Debesa de Velayos (1898-     )
    3. Don Alberto de Borbon y de Castellvi, Duke of Santa Elena (1854-1939).  Died in Madrid on January 21, 1939.
      3rd Wife: Isabel, née Rodriguez de Castro y Bueno Mena de Castro Zabal García Hidalgo y Pincón (1888-     )
      Issue of his first marriage:
      1. Doña Isabel de Borbon y d'Ast de Novelé (1879-     )
      2. Doña Maria de Borbon y d'Ast de Novelé (1880-     )
      3. Don Alberto de Borbon y d'Ast de Novelé, Duke of Santa Elena (1883-     )
        Wife:  Maria Luisa, née Pintó y Lecanda (1887-     )

        Issue:
        1. Don Alfonso de Borbon y Pintó (1909-1938)
          Wife:  Maria de las Angustias, Marchioness of Santa Fé de Guardiola, née Perez de Pulgar y Alba (1907-1939).  Died at Valladolid on June 8, 1939.

          Issue:
          1. Don Alberto de Borbon y Perez de Pulgar, Marquis of Santa Fé de Guardiola (1933-     )
          2. Doña Maria de las Angustias de Borbon y Perez de Pulgar (1935-     )
          3. Don Alfonso de Borbon y Perez de Pulgar (1937-     )
        2. Maria Luisa, Doña Nicolas de Gereda y Bustamente (1918-     ).  Married at Valladolid on April 26, 1941.

Carlota, Queen of Portugal (1775-1830)
Issue:  9 children, including
  1. Miguel I, King of Portugal, Duke of Braganca (1802-1866)
    Issue:  7 children, including
    1. Maria das Neves, Infanta Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duchess of San Jaime (1852-1941).  See above.  Died on February 14, 1941, in Vienna.
    2. Miguel, Infante of Portugal, Duke of Braganca (1853-1927)
      Issue:  11 children, including
      1. Duarte Nuno, Infante of Portugal, Duke of Braganca (1907-    ). Succeeded as head of the house of Braganca and as claimant to the throne of Portugal in 1932 on the death of his cousin, King Manoel II of Portugal.  Considered as a potential Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain upon the death in 1936 of his uncle, Infante Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (above). Married on October 13, 1942 (civil), at Rio de Janeiro and on October 15, 1942 (religious), at Petropolis.
        Wife: Maria Franziska, née Princess of Orleans-Braganca (1914-     )
        Issue:
        1. Duarte Pio, Prince of Beira, Infante of Portugal, born at Berne, Switzerland, on May 15, 1945.
    3. Maria Antonia, Dowager Duchess of Parma (1862-     ).  See below.

Maria Luisa, Queen of Etruria (1782-1824)
Issue:  2 children, including
  1. Charles II, Duke of Parma (1799-1883)
    Issue:  2 children, including
    1. Charles III, Duke of Parma (1823-1854)
      Issue:  4 children, including
      1. Marguerite, Infanta Carlos (VII) of Spain, Duchess of Madrid (1847-1893).  See above.
      2. Robert I, Duke of Parma (1848-1907)
        2nd Wife:  Maria Antonia, née Infanta of Portugal (1862-     ).  See above.
        Issue of his first marriage:  12 children
        Issue of his second marriage:  12 children, including
        1. Xavier, Prince of Bourbon-Parma (1889-     ).  Created Carlist Regent of Spain in 1936 by his uncle, Infante Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (above).  Considered as a potential Carlist claimant to the throne of Spain upon the death in 1936 of his uncle, Infante Alfonso Carlos (I) of Spain, Duke of San Jaime (above).
          Wife: Marie Madeleine, née Countess of Bourbon-Busset (1898-     )
          Issue:  6 children

Brothers of Great-Grandfather
Sons of King Carlos III of Spain (1716-1788)

Ferdinand I, King of the Two Sicilies (1751-1825)
Descendants:
House of Bourbon-Sicily

Gabriel, Infante of Spain (1752-1788)
Issue:  3 children, including
  1. Pedro, Infante of Spain and Portugal (1786-1812)
    Issue:
    1. Sebastian, Infante of Spain and Portugal (1811-1875)
      Issue:  5 children, including
      1. Don Francisco de Borbon y de Borbon, Duke of Marchena (1861-1923)
        Issue of his unequal marriage:  3 children, including
        1. Cristina, Mrs Leopold Walford, Duchess of Marchena (1889-     )
        2. Maria de los Angelos, Countess Jan Ostrorog, Dame de Balincourt (1895-     )
      2. Don Pedro de Borbon y de Borbon, Duke of Durcal (1862-1892)
        Issue of his unequal marriage:
        1. Maria Cristina, Frau Mauritz Willem Raedinck van Vollehove (1886-     )
        2. Maria Pia, Doña Rafaelo Padilla y Avida (1888-     )
        3. Don Fernando de Borbon y de Madan, Duke of Durcal (1891-1944).  Died in Madrid on March 29, 1944.
          Wife: 
          Maria, née Bosch-Labros y Blat (1890-     )

          Issue:
          1. Maria Cristina, Señora Antenor Patino y Rodriguez, Duchess of Durcal (1913-     )
          2. Leticia, Donna Paolo Venturi-Ginori-Lisci, Marchioness of Riparbella (1915-    ).  Married at Rome on November 28, 1940.
      3. Don Luis de Borbon y de Borbon, Duke of Ansola (1864-1889)
        Issue of his unequal marriage:
        1. Don Luis de Borbon y Bernaldo de Quirba, Duke of Ansola (1887-1945).  Died at Biarritz on May 18, 1945.
          Wife: 
          Beatrice Mary, née Harrington (1891-    )
        2. Don Manfredo de Borbon y Bernaldo de Quirba, Duke of Hernani (1889-     ).  Widowed in 1925.

Brother of Great-Great-Grandfather
Son of King Felipe V of Spain (1683-1746)
 
Philippe, Duke of Parma (1720-1765)
Descendants:
House of Bourbon-Parma

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