Person:Maximilian Henry of Bavaria (1)

Maximilian Heinrich von Bayern
m. 26 Feb 1612
  1. Maria Renata von Bayern1616 - 1630
  2. Karl Johann Franz von Bayern1618 - 1640
  3. Ferdinand Wilhelm von Bayern1621 - 1629
  4. Maximilian Heinrich von Bayern1621 - 1688
  5. Albrecht Sigismund von Bayern1623 - 1685
Facts and Events
Name Maximilian Heinrich von Bayern
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 8 Oct 1621 München, München, Oberbayern, Bayern, Germany
Death[1][2] 3 Jun 1688 Bonn, Rheinland, Preußen, Germany
Burial[2] Cologne, Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, GermanyDom
Reference Number? Q76722?

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Maximilian Henry of Bavaria (: 8 October 1621 – 3 June 1688) was the third son and fourth child of Albert VI, landgrave of Leuchtenberg and his wife, Mechthilde von Leuchtenberg. In 1650, he was named Archbishop-Elector of Cologne, Bishop of Hildesheim and Bishop of Liège succeeding his uncle, Ferdinand of Bavaria. He worked throughout his career with the French to limit the authority of the Holy Roman Emperor, and participated in the Franco-Dutch War on the opposite side from the Empire.

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