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Relationship between Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duke of Anjou and of Cádiz and Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg

 

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes)  is a 4th cousin of Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou.

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His Royal Highness Alfonso (Alphonse II-III) de Bourbon, Duke of Anjou and of Cádiz, Head of The House of Bourbon and Vice-Comander of the Spanish Order ' Real Ilustre y Primitivo Capítulo Noble de Caballeros de la Merced',  knighted his cousin Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg as Knight of the order on Jun 26, 1984  in Madrid, Spain. 

 

 
Ernst I von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Saalfeld 1784-1844 &1817 Luise von Sachsen, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Gotha-Altenburg 1800-1831
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Albert von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Prince Consort of Great Britain 1819-1861 &1840
Victoria von Hannover, Queen of Great Britain 1819-1901
  Ernst II, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha 1818-1893 &ca 1863
Louise, Baronesse van Loo 1834-1923
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Beatrice von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Princess of Great Britan 1857-1944 &1885
Henry, Prinz von Battenberg 1858-1896
  Louise Le Grand, Freiherrin von Eichhof und von Rennenberg 1864-1929 &1883
Friedrich VI, Fürst zu Salm-Kyrburg 1845-1905
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Victoria Eugenia von Battenberg, Reina de España 1887-1969 &1906
Alfonso XIII de Borbón, Rey de España 1886-1941
  Yvonne, Fürstin zu Salm-Kyrburg 1884-1951 &1904
Karl Udvary de Udvar, Burggraf von Vásonkö 1880-1953
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Jaime de Borbón, Duque de Segovia 1908-1975 &1935
Emanuelle de Dampierre, Duquesa de Segovia 1913-
  Margarita zu Salm-Kyrburg, Princesse d'Hornes 1909-1995 &1937
Stephan Karl, Duc de Saint-Simon, Baron von Wernitz 1905-1981
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Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou 1936-1989

 

  Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) 1944-

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August III von Sachsen, Roi de Pologne 1696-1763 &1719 Maria-Josepha von Habsburg, Reine de Pologne 1699-1757
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Maria Amalia von Sachsen (Amalia de Sajonia), Reina de España 1724-1760 &1738
Carlos III de Borbón, Rey de España 1716-1788
  Carl von Sachsen, Herzog von Kurland 1733-1796 &1760
Franciska Krasinski, Gräfin von Corvin-Krasinska 1742-1796
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Carlos IV de Borbón, Rey de España 1748-1819 &1765
Maria Luisa di Borbone, Reina de España 1751-1819
  Maria Christina von Sachsen, Prinzessin von Sachsen-Kurland 1779-1851 &1810
Jules, Prince de Montléart 1787-1865
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Francisco de Paula de Borbón, Infante de España 1794-1865 &1819
Luisa Carlota di Borbone, Princesa de Dos-Sicilias 1804-1844
  Auguste, Princesse de Montléart-Sachsen-Kurland 1814-1885 &1832
Karl-Kurt-Maria, Baron von Wernitz  1810-1871
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Francisco de Asís de Borbón, Duque de Cádiz 1822-1902 &1846
Isabel II de Borbón, Reina de España 1830-1904
  Frédéric-Charles, Baron von Wernitz 1833-1902 &1856
Marie-Madeleine, Baronesse Petróczy de Petrócz 1835-1898
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Alfonso XII de Borbón, Rey de España 1857-1885 &1879
Marie Christine von Habsburg-Lothringen, Reina de España 1858-1929
  Jean-Nepomussene, Baron von Wernitz 1857-1930 &1886
Alexandra, Princesse Galitzine 1868-1954
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Alfonso XIII de Borbón, Rey de España 1886-1941 &1906
Victoria Eugenia von Battenberg, Reina de España 1887-1969
  Stephan Karl, Duc de Saint-Simon, Baron von Wernitz  1905-1981 &1937
Margarita zu Salm-Kyrburg, Princesse d'Hornes 1909-1995
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Jaime de Borbón, Duque de Segovia 1908-1975 &1935
Emanuelle de Dampierre, Duquesa de Segovia 1913-
  Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) 1944-
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Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou 1936-1989

 

   

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Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of a grandparent of Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes (Duque de Hornes) is also a 20th cousin of a great-grandparent of Alfonso II de Bourbon, Duc d'Anjou.

 

 Biography:

Alfonso, Duke of Anjou and Cádiz (Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria de Borbón y Dampierre, French citizen as Alphonse de Bourbon) (April 20, 1936 – January 30, 1989) was a grandson of King Alfonso XIII of Spain and a legitimist claimant to the throne of France.

Alfonso was born in the Clinica Santa Anna in Rome, the elder son of Infante Jaime of Spain and of his wife, Emmanuelle de Dampierre. He was baptised at the home of his maternal grandmother, the italian princess Donna Vittoria Ruspoli, of the princes of Poggio Suasa, the Palazzo Ruspoli, on the Via del Corso by Cardinal Eugenio Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII).

Since Alfonso's mother was not born a princess of royal descent, his grandfather Alfonso XIII did not consider young Alfonso in line to the Spanish throne in accordance with the Pragmatic Sanction of 1776. Alfonso's father Jaime disagreed, however, and maintained that his sons were Spanish dynasts with the style His Royal Highness. In Spain up until 1972 Alfonso was generally addressed as Don Alfonso de Borbón y Dampierre. Elsewhere he was often addressed as a prince with the style His Royal Highness.

From his birth Alfonso was considered a French prince with the style His Royal Highness by those legitimists who believed that Alfonso XIII was also the heir to the French throne. When his grandfather died February 28, 1941, Alfonso's father Jaime succeeded him in this French claim; Alfonso was thereupon recognised by the legitimists as Dauphin of France.

In 1941 Alfonso moved with his family to Lausanne in Switzerland. They lived first at the Hotel Royal, before Alfonso and his younger brother Gonzalo were sent to the Collège Saint-Jean in Fribourg. On 8 December 1946 Alfonso made his first communion; on the same day he was confirmed by Cardinal Pedro Segura y Sáenz, Archbishop of Seville.

On November 25, 1950, Alfonso received the title duc de Bourbon (Duke of Bourbon) from his father.

In the 1960s General Francisco Franco toyed with the idea of naming Alfonso as his successor as Head of State of Spain, before designating Juan Carlos as the future monarch in July 1969. In December 1969 Alfonso was appointed Ambassador of Spain to Sweden, a position he held until 1973.

On March 8, 1972, in the Palace of El Pardo in Madrid, Alfonso married Doña María del Carmen Martínez-Bordiú, daughter of don Cristobal de Villaverde Martínez y Bordiú, later Martínez-Bordiú, 10th Marquess of Villaverde, Medical Doctor, responsible for the first heart transplant ever performed in Spain, and of his wife, Doña María del Carmen Franco y Polo, 1st Duchess of Franco Grandee of Spain (only daughter of General Franco). The witnesses of the marriage were General Franco and Alfonso's mother. Alfonso and Carmen received a civil divorce 1982 and an annulment in 1986.

On November 22, 1972, Alfonso received the Spanish title duque de Cádiz (Duke of Cadiz) from General Franco, and was recognised with the style His Royal Highness. The title Duke of Cadiz was a title used by the Royal House of Spain and had formerly been held by Alfonso's great-great-grandfather the Infante Francisco de Asis.

On March 20, 1975, Alfonso's father Jaime died; he was immediately recognised by his supporters as King Alphonse III of France. On August 3, 1975, he took the courtesy title duc d'Anjou (Duke of Anjou).

From 1977 to 1984 Alfonso was President of the Spanish Skiing Federation. From 1984 to 1987 he was President of the Spanish Olympic Committee.

On February 7, 1984, Alfonso was driving home with his sons from a ski trip in the Pyrenees. His car collided with a truck. His eldest son Francisco was killed in the accident; his younger son Luis-Alfonso was in hospital for a month; Alfonso himself required six operations.  A judge ruled that Alfonso had been negligent and stripped him of the custody of Luis-Alfonso.

In 1987 Prince Henri d'Orléans, eldest son of the Orléanist claimant to the throne of France, initiated a court action against Alfonso for his use of the title Duke of Anjou and the coat-of-arms France Moderne (three fleur-de-lis or); Henri asked the court to fine Alfonso 50 000 French francs for each future violation. In 1988 Ferdinand, Duke of Castro and Prince Sixtus Henry of Bourbon-Parma joined Henri's lawsuit in reference to the use of the title Duke of Anjou, but not in respect to the coat-of-arms. On December 21, 1988, the Tribunal de grand instance of Paris ruled that the lawsuit was inadmissible because the title's legal existence could not be proven; that neither the plaintiff (Henri) nor the intervenors (Fernando and Sixtus) had established their claims to the title; and that Henri was not injured from the use of the plain arms of France by the Spanish branch of the Bourbon family.

Alfonso died in a skiing accident in Beaver Creek, Colorado on January 30, 1989. He collided with a cable which was being raised to support a banner at the finish line of a course at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships.

In March 1989 Prince Henri d'Orléans and Prince Sixtus Henry of Bourbon-Parma appealed the judgement in the lawsuit about the use of a title and arms by Alfonso; the original judgement against them was upheld.

 

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Mercedarios

 
 

La Real, Celestial y Militar Orden de Nuestra Señora de la Merced para la Redención de los Cautivos más conocidos como "Orden de la Merced o Padres Mercedarios. Es una orden que fue fundada en Barcelona (España) en 1218 por San Pedro Nolasco, (un joven mercader de telas), para la redención de los cristianos cautivos en manos de musulmanes (60.000 hasta 1779).

El Papa Gregorio IX la aprobó el 17 de enero de 1235, dándoles la regla de San Agustín. Estaba compuesta por religiosos y caballeros (frailes legos o coadjutores) que recibieron la institución canónica del obispo de Barcelona y la investidura militar del rey Jaime I, "el conquistador". Los primeros mercedarios tomaron parte en la conquista de las Baleares en 1229 y en la de Valencia en 1238, y también recibieron constantes beneficios del rey.

A partir de 1317 se convirtió en una orden clerical asimilándose, canónicamente, a una orden mendicante (1690).

Los mercedarios pronunciaban cuatro votos: pobreza, castidad, obediencia, y cuarto: " estar dispuestos a entregarse como rehenes y dar la vida, si fuese necesario, por el cautivo en peligro de perder su fe". Muchos eran, por entonces, los cristianos que eran capturados y vendidos como esclavos a los musulmanes de África, lo que ocurrió hasta que desapareció la piratería. Los mercedarios cumplieron fielmente al cuarto voto profesado, y en su historia constan, perfectamente documentadas, 344 redenciones y más de 80.000 redimidos, y más de 300 mártires. Se dedicaban a liberar cautivos cristianos de manos de los sarracenos, llegando incluso a dar la vida por ellos, ya que cuando faltaba el dinero para liberarlos, ellos mismos se quedaban como parte del pago corriendo el riesgo de ser torturados e incluso asesinados si no se llegaba con el dinero del rescate. Muchos corrieron esta suerte, entre ellos: San Serapio (prisionero, torturado y asesinado), San Pedro Armengol (prisionero y torturado, sobreviviente pero con graves secuelas físicas), San Ramón Nonato (prisionero y torturado, sobreviviente), etc.

Tras la abolición de la esclavitud en 1812 la orden pasó a convertirse en una orden misionera y caritativa. Fue el padre chileno Fr. Pedro Armengol Valenzuela, quien instauró una completa reforma durante sus 30 años de gobierno como general, indicando los nuevos horizontes de redención, atendiendo a las nuevas cautividades, que acechan con mayor profundidad y mayor sagacidad al hombre.

En 1960 la orden contaba con 780 religiosos y 149 conventos.

También hay que agregar que fue una de las tres Ordenes mendicantes que evangelizaron America, desde el Reyno de la Nueva España a La Patagonia y Chile, se le encomendaban los lugares más lejanos. - Rolo Ulloa - En esto es necesario destacar la participación del P. Antonio de Almansa como capellán en la expedición de Pedro de Almagro, en el año 1535, cuando llegaron a Chile.

 


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