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Carlota de Godoy
Born 7 October 1800
Madrid, Spain
Died May 13, 1886 (aged 85)
Paris, France
Title 2nd Duchess of Sueca
16th Countess of Chinchón
Spouse(s) Camillo Ruspoli
Children Adolfo Ruspoli
Luigi Ruspoli

Carlota de Godoy y Borbón, 2nd Duchess of Sueca, twice Grandee of Spain, (in full, Spanish: Don Carlota Luisa Manuela de Godoy (di Bassano) y Borbón, segunda duquesa de Sueca, segunda marquesa de Boadilla del Monte, segunda condesa de Evoramonte, com honras de parente (Portugal), dama de la Orden de María Luisa y de la Orden de Santa Isabel de Portugal), (7 October 1800 - 13 May 1886) was a Spanish aristocrat, daughter of Manuel de Godoy and first wife Dona María Teresa Carolina de Borbón y Vallabriga, Farnesio y Rozas.

She inherited her mother's titles and / or representations and all of her father's Spanish and Portuguese titles and / or representations, and was the 97th Noble Dame of the Royal Order of Queen María Luisa on October 10, 1800, 2nd Condessa de Évora Monte in Portugal de Juro e Herdade with Honours of Relative [1], 2nd Duquesa de Sueca (Letter of July 18, 1830), three times Grandee of Spain First Class (Royal Cedule of March 14, 1831), 16th Condesa de Chinchón with a Coat of Arms of de Borbón (Letter of 1831), 2nd Marquesa de Boadilla del Monte (Confirmation of October 22, 1852 and Letter of April 30, 1853, which she had previously obtained already, through the cession of her mother, and which she gave to her son Luis), Señora de Chinchón and of the eleven villages of this State, of Boadilla del Monte and its jurisdictions, lady of numerous villages and jurisdictions, Dame of the Order of Saint Isabel Queen of Portugal.

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Marriage and children

She wasn't authorized by the King of Spain to marry into a Royal House, but instead it was permitted that she married in Madrid on November 18/8, 1821 Don Camillo (Camilo) Ruspoli y Khevenhüller-Metsch, Marescotti-Capizucchi y Liechtenstein, dei Principi Ruspoli (Rome, March 30, 1788 – Florence, July 30, 1864), Chief of Squadron of the Dragoon Regiment of HH Pope Leo XII, Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Maestrante of Granada, Grand Cross of the Order of Charles III, Gentleman of the Chamber of the Emperor of Austria, authorised by the Kings of Spain to use his wife's titles, third son of Francesco, Principe Ruspoli y Marescotti-Capizucchi, Cesi y Sacchetti and second wife HIH Leopoldina Gräfin von Khevenhüller-Metsch y Liechtenstein, de Metsch y Dietrichstein-Weichselstädt zu Hollenburg und Finkenstein, and had issue, two sons, ancestor of the Line II of the Principi Ruspoli:

References

  1. ^ It is ignored if she required the Portuguese confirmation or if prevailed the character of de Juro e Herdade to use it (which is equally applied to her successors).
  • Afonso, Domingos de Araújo and Valdez, Rui Dique Travassos, Livro de Oiro da Nobreza (3 Volumes), Volume 1, p. 491-8, Lisbon, 1938.
  • Zúquete, Afonso Eduardo Martins, Nobreza de Portugal e do Brasil (3 Volumes), Volume Second, p. 569-71, Lisbon, 1960.
  • Instituto de Salazar y Castro, Elenco de Grandezas y Titulos Nobiliarios Españoles, Various (periodic publication).

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See also

Spanish nobility
Preceded by
Manuel de Godoy
Duke of Sueca
1851-1886
Succeeded by
Carlos Ruspoli
Preceded by
María Teresa
de Borbón
Countess of Chinchón
1828-1886
Marchioness of
Boadilla del Monte

1828-1886
Succeeded by
Luigi Ruspoli
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