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Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte


Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte

Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte
Born (1713-05-31)31 May 1713
Died 13 December 1763(1763-12-13) (aged 50)
Spouse(s) Maria Saveria Paravicini (1741-before 1750, her death)
Maria Virginia Alata
Children Maria Getrude Buonaparte
Sebastiano Buonaparte
Carlo Buonaparte
Pauline Bonaparte
Marianna Buonaparte
Parents Sebastiano Nicola Buonaparte
Maria Anna Tusoli
Relatives Joseph Bonaparte (grandson)
Napoleon I of France (grandson)
Lucien Bonaparte (grandson)
Elisa Bonaparte (granddaughter)
Louis Bonaparte (grandson)
Pauline Bonaparte (granddaughter)
Caroline Bonaparte (granddaughter)
Jérôme Bonaparte (grandson)

Nobile Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte (31 May 1713, Ajaccio – 13 December 1763, Ajaccio) was a Corsican politician.

He was the son of Sebastiano Nicola Buonaparte and his wife Maria Anna Tusoli (1690–1760).

In 1749, Giuseppe was the Delegate who represented the City of Ajaccio in the Council of Corte.

Marriages and children

On 5 March 1741 at Ajaccio, Giuseppe married his first wife Nobile Maria Saveria Paravicini (7 September 1715, Ajaccio – before 1750). She was daughter of Nobile Giuseppe Maria Paravicini and Nobile Anna Maria Salineri. Both her parents were members of the nobility of the Republic of Genoa. They had at least three children:

Maria predeceased him. He married secondly Maria Virginia Alata (5 February 1725 – ?), daughter of Domenico Alata and NN. This marriage was probably childless.

External links

  • Marek, Miroslav. "A listing of descendants of Francesco Buonaparte". Genealogy.EU. 

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