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  1. Father. Adam Albert, Count of Neipperg. Mother. Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma. Arms of the Prince of Montenuovo. Portrait circa 1850. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (8 August 1819 – 7 April 1895) was an Italian prince and Field Marshal Lieutenant of the Austrian Empire .

  2. 6 de jan. de 2015 · Prince Alfred of Montenouvo was born in Vienna, Austrian Empire, the only son of William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (1819–1895), (son of Adam Albert, Count of Neipperg and Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria) and his wife, Countess Juliana Batthyány-Strattmann (1827–1871), (daughter of Count János Baptist Batthyány ...

  3. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (8 August 1819 – 7 April 1895) was an Italian prince and Field Marshal Lieutenant of the Austrian Empire.

  4. Prince Alfred of Montenuovo was born in Vienna, Austrian Empire, the only son of Wilhelm, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (1819–1895; son of Adam Albert, Count of Neipperg, and Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, Empress of The French ), and his wife, Countess Juliana Batthyány von Németújvár (1827–1871; daughter of Count János ...

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    • Countess Franziska Maria Stephania Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau
  5. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (8 August 1819 – 7 April 1895) was an Italian prince and Field Marshal Lieutenant of the Austrian Empire . Contents. 1 Early life. 2 Military career. 3 Prince of Montenuovo. 4 Marriage. 5 Honours. 6 Ancestry. 7 Notes and sources. Early life.

  6. About: William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo. An Entity of Type: animal, from Named Graph: http://dbpedia.org, within Data Space: dbpedia.org. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (8 August 1819 – 7 April 1895) was an Italian prince and Field Marshal Lieutenant of the Austrian Empire.

  7. William Albert, 1st Prince of Montenuovo (8 August 1819 – 7 April 1895) was an Italian prince and Field Marshal Lieutenant of the Austrian Empire. Contents. 1 Early life. 2 Military career. 3 Prince of Montenuovo. 4 Marriage. 5 Honours. 6 Ancestry. 7 Notes and sources. Early life.