Person:Ferdinand of Bavaria (soldier) (1)

Ferdinand of Bavaria
  • HFerdinand of Bavaria1550 - 1608
  • W.  Maria Pettenbeckin (add)
  1. Franz Wilhelm von Wartenberg1593 - 1661
Facts and Events
Name Ferdinand of Bavaria
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Jan 1550 Landshut, Niederbayern, Bayern, Germany
Marriage to Maria Pettenbeckin (add)
Death[1] 30 Jan 1608 München, Oberbayern, Bayern, Germany
Reference Number? Q106780?

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Ferdinand of Bavaria was born 20 January 1550, in Landshut, in the Duchy of Bavaria, and died 30 January 1608 in Munich, at the age of 58. He was the second surviving son of Albert V, Duke of Bavaria, and his wife Archduchess Anna of Austria, and consequently was prepared for a military career. Ferdinand is also known for the two extraordinary diaries he kept, one as fifteen-year-old boy on a journey from Munich to Florence, for his aunt's wedding, and a second journey to Florence, this time as young and experienced man of affairs.

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