Person:Archduke Ferdinand of Austria (1754–1806) (1)

Erzherzog Ferdinand Karl von Österreich-Este
b.1 Jun 1754
d.24 Dec 1806
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Name Erzherzog Ferdinand Karl von Österreich-Este
Alt Name Ferdinand Karl Anton Joseph Johan Stanislaus von Österreich
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1 Jun 1754
Death[1] 24 Dec 1806
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Archduke Ferdinand Karl of Austria-Este (1 June 1754 – 24 December 1806) was a son of Holy Roman Emperor Franz I and Maria Theresa of Austria. He was the founder of the House of Austria-Este and Governor of the Duchy of Milan between 1765 and 1796. He was also designated as the heir to the Duchies of Modena and Reggio, but never reigned owing to the Napoleonic Wars.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Archduke Ferdinand of Austria (1754–1806), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2.   Wurzbach, Constantin. Biographisches Lexikon des Kaiserthums Oesterreich: enthaltend die Lebenskizzen der denkwürdigen Personen, welche 1750 bis 1850 im Kaiserstaate und in Kronländer gelebt haben. (Wien: K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1856-1891), 6"204-205.