James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick, 1st Duke of Liria and Jérica, 1st Duke of Fitz-James (French: Jacques Fitz-James Duc de Berwick; 21 August 1670 – 12 June 1734) was an Anglo-French military leader and the illegitimate son of King James II and VII by Arabella Churchill, sister of the 1st Duke of Marlborough.
Jaime FitzJames, 1.° Duque de Berwick, 1.° Duque de Fitz-James e 1.° Duque de Liria e Jérica (Moulins, 21 de agosto de 1670 — Philippsburg, 12 de junho de 1734), foi um filho ilegítimo do rei Jaime II de Inglaterra, nascido da sua ligação com Lady Arabella Churchill.
Duke of Berwick ( / ˈbɛrɪk /) ( Spanish: Duque de Berwick) is a title that was created in the Peerage of England on 19 March 1687 for James FitzJames, the illegitimate son of James II and VII, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland and Arabella Churchill.DescendantBirthMarriagesDeath21 August 1670 Moulins, Allier son of ...Honora de Burgh, Countess de Lucan 26 ...12 June 1734 Philippsburg aged 6321 October 1696 son of James FitzJames, ...Catalina Colón de Portugal y Ayala, 9th ...2 June 1738 Naples aged 4128 December 1718 Madrid son of James ...María Teresa de Silva y Alvarez de Toledo ...30 September 1785 Valencia aged 6625 March 1752 Liria son of James ...Carolina Augusta, Prinzessin zu ...7 September 1787 Madrid aged 35
- 1687 (created English title), 1707 (confirmed Spanish title)
James Fitz-James, I duque de Berwick. Retrato de James Fitz-James, primer duque de Berwick, por Francisco Jover y Casanova ( Museo del Prado ). Información personal. Nombre en francés. Jacques Fitz-James. Nacimiento. 21 de agosto de 1670. Moulins ( Francia) Fallecimiento.
- Jacques Fitz-James
James Francis (Jacobo Francisco) Fitz-James Stuart, 2º Duque de Berwick, 2º Duque de Liria e Xérica (Saint-Germain-en-Laye, França, 21 de outubro de 1696 - Nápoles, Itália, 2 de junho de 1738) era um nobre jacobita e espanhol.
James Fitzjames, duke of Berwick-upon-Tweed, (born August 21, 1670, Moulins, France—died June 12, 1734, Philippsburg, Württemberg [Germany]), English nobleman and marshal of France who was a leading military commander in the French service in the earlier wars of the 18th century.