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Old 01-10-2011, 02:22 PM
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The descendants of Npoleon III

I would like to know more about the descendants of Napoleon III.As I've read he had 2 illegitimate sons raised by his former lover Miss Howard .He had only a son with his wife Eugenie de Monticho ,didn't he?
But their son,if I remember right,died young in a war without leaving any descendants
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Old 01-10-2011, 06:01 PM
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He had only one legitimate son, Eugene, by his wife Empress Eugenie; Eugene died aged 23 in 1879 in Africa, fighting in the Anglo-Zulu War.

Among his illegitimate children were:
- Bonaventur Karrer (1839–1921), from Maria Anna Schiess;
- Eugène-Alexandre Bure, count of Orx, from Éléonore Vergeot;
- Louis-Ernest Bure, count of Labenne, from Éléonore Vergeot too;
- Martin Harriet Bonaparte, comte de Béchevet, from Harriet Howard, countess of Beauregard;
- Jules Hadot, from Valentine Haussmann.
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Old 01-20-2011, 08:40 PM
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Bonaparte dynasty had also noble ancestors...they were even descendants from many royal/noble families...here is the line from Charles "the Bold",Holy Roman Emperor to Napoleon I Bonaparte:



Emperor Charles "the Bald" of Holy Roman Empire,lived from 823-877
I
Princess Rothilde of France,died in 927
I
Count Hugues I de Maine,lived from 890-955
I
Count Hugues II de Maine,died in 977
I
Count Hugues III de Maine,died in 1015
I
Count Herbert I Eveille-Chien de Maine,died in 1036
I
Countess Garsende de Maine
I
Margrave Folco I d'Este,died in 1128
I
Margrave Obizzo I d'Este,died in 1193
I
Margrave Azzo V d'Este,died also in 1193
I
Margrave Azzo VI d'Este,died in 1212
I
Margrave Azzo VII d'Este,lived from 1205-1264
I
Cubitosa d'Este
I
Gabriele Malaspina, Marchese di Verrucola,died in 1289
I
Isnardo Malaspina, Marchese di Verrucola
I
Niccolò Malaspina, Marchese di Verrucola,died in 1416
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Apollonia Malaspina
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Giovanni Buonaparte,Nobile di Sarzana,died in 1501
I
Francesco "il Mauro" Buonaparte, Nobile di Sarzana,died around 1540
I
Nobile Gabriele Buonaparte,lived from 1485-1582
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Nobile Geronimo Buonaparte,lived from 1520-1594
I
Nobile Francesco Buonaparte,lived from 1570-1633
I
Nobile Sebastiano Buonaparte,lived from 1603-1643
I
Nobile Carlo Maria Buonaparte,lived from 1637-1692
I
Nobile Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte,lived from 1663-1703
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Nobile Sebastiano Nicola Buonaparte,lived from 1683-1720
I
Nobile Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte,lived from 1713-1763
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Carlo Maria Buonaparte,Nobile di Toscana,lived from 1746-1785
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Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte of the French,lived from 1769-1821
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The Bonaparte family still exists except they married into royalty many times and more recently into either the royal family of Monaco, lietchenstein or Belgium. So in the future a decendents of the bonaparts will be on the throne once more.
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The house of Bonaparte may no longer be ruling France but their decendents live on through other royalty like the known house of two sicilies who has a gr gr gr gr grand nephew of Nepoleon Bonaparte married to one of their princesses and is the head of the house of Bonaparte.

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The house of Bonaparte exists through the house of two sicilies where a gr gr gr gr gr (gr?)grandnephew of Nepoleon Bonaparte married one of it's princesses.
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The Bonaparte family still exists except they married into royalty many times and more recently into either the royal family of Monaco, lietchenstein or Belgium. So in the future a decendents of the bonaparts will be on the throne once more.
There has not been any marriage between any Bonaparte and members of the Princely Families of Monaco and Liechtenstein; and as for Belgium, Princess Clementine (daughter of King Leopold II) married in 1910 to Prince Victor Napoleon, and the had two children; but their children and their descendants aren't in the line of succession to the Belgian Throne, since at the time the succession was still ruled by Salic law.

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The house of Bonaparte may no longer be ruling France but their decendents live on through other royalty like the known house of two sicilies who has a gr gr gr gr grand nephew of Nepoleon Bonaparte married to one of their princesses and is the head of the house of Bonaparte.
The two Princes are Prince Charles Napoleon (son of the late Prince Louis Napoleon) and Princess Beatrice of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (daughter of the late Duke of Castro); they got married in 1978, and had two children before divorcing in 1989. Their son is, according to the will of the late Prince Louis Napoleon, the current Head of the Family (skipping Prince Charles).
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a great site is thepeerage.com it lists a whole lot.... i was able to trace myself back to josephine tascher, napoleon's 1st wife... the site is very easy to use and in most cases has pictures.
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i have a friend who is descended from Napoleon's cousin on Sicily. Her family moved to Italy and started an olive oil producing firm which still exists. She was interested in this because she has Porphyria, as Napoleon Bonaparte did. Napoleon is often shown holding his side under his coat. This is exactly the way my father held his side, and he had Porphyria too. My mother told me, after my father's death, that he had rubbed holes in all of his shirts from pressing against the pain in his side. We always laughed (although we should not have) when we said that my father was like Napoleon, holding his side. My father was never diagnosed, but I was. If he had been diagnosed, he could have learned to avoid some triggers which can start a porphyria cycle or attack; same goes for Napoleon. I have not studied him as much as I have studied the Stewart and Hanover families, but this is my little contribution to the story of Napoleon.
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Does the Bonaparte family still have relatives in Corsica ?
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Napoleon III. was not related by blood to Napoleon I.!!
The Y-DNA of N I. Haplogroup is E1b1b1c1. The Y-DNA of N III. Haplogroup is I (M170). There are only two illegitimate families in France and in Germany. The question now...who is the father of N III.?

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Jacques Macé, Administrator Foundation Napoléon; (in french)

Forum "l'Enigme des Invalides"; by B. Roy-Henry, Historian; (in french)

Homepage "Descendant of Napoleon III.", the line "Bonaventur"; (in german)

Discussions about Haplogroup and fatherhood:
Eupedia 1 and Eupedia 2, (in english)

in Wikipedia/Talk-NIII-Fatherhood

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To put the above post in context, here are the current genealogies:

Charles Marie Bonaparte > Napoleon I, Emperor of the French > Napoleon II, King of Rome, Duke of Reichstadt died 1832
Charles Marie Bonaparte > Louis, King of Holland, m Hortense de Beauharnais > Charles Louis, Napoleon III > Prince Imperial killed 1879
Charles Marie Bonaparte > Jerome, King of Westphalia > Napoleon > Napoleon Victor > Louis > Charles > Jean-Christophe born 1986
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Very interesting...would like to know more thoughts about it...thnx
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Bruno Roy-Henry recently opened a Petition to the French President on Avaaz:

It's about a skin fragment of Napoleon I. and their Y-DNA. Issued in a museum in France. So far it has been denied, but the funds are there. It should answer the question, that the one who was exhumed in 1840 in St. Helena is really Napoleon I.

Here the Petition and please subscribe.
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