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  1. Maria Letizia Eugénie Catherine Adélaïde Bonaparte (* 20. November 1866 in Paris ; † 25. Oktober 1926 in Moncalieri ) war die zweite Frau von Amadeus Ferdinand Maria von Savoyen , Herzog von Aosta , dem früheren König von Spanien .

  2. Maria-Letizia Bonaparte (née Ramolino; 24 August 1750 or 1749 – 2 February 1836), known as Letizia Bonaparte, was a Corsican noblewoman and the mother of Napoleon I of France. She received the title "Madame Mère" (French for "Madame Mother") due to her status as the Emperor's mother.

  3. Maria Letizia Ramolino, verheiratete Letizia Buonaparte (* 24. August 1750 in Ajaccio auf Korsika; † 2. Februar 1836 in Rom ), genannt Madame Mère, war die Mutter Napoleon Bonapartes .

  4. Lebensdaten 1750 – 1836 Beruf/Funktion Mutter Kaiser Napoleons I. Konfession keine Angabe Normdaten GND: 118661310 | OGND | VIAF: 29542530 Namensvarianten. Bonaparte, Maria Lätizia

  5. Maria Letizia Bonaparte (nome completo Marie Letitia Eugenie Catherine Adelaide Bonaparte; Parigi, 20 dicembre 1866 – Moncalieri, 25 ottobre 1926) è stata una principessa francese della famiglia Bonaparte, consorte di Amedeo di Savoia (1845-1890

  6. Maria Letizia Eugénie Catherine Adélaïde Bonaparte (* 20. November 1866 in Paris ; † 25. Oktober 1926 in Moncalieri ) war die zweite Frau von Amadeus Ferdinand Maria von Savoyen , Herzog von Aosta , dem früheren König von Spanien .

  7. Letizia Buonaparte (born August 24, 1750, Ajaccio, Corsica—died February 2, 1836, Rome, Italy) was the mother of Napoleon I by Carlo Maria Buonaparte, whom she married in 1764. Simple and frugal in her tastes and devout in thought, she helped to bind her children to the life of Corsica.