Maria Theresa of Tuscany Queen Consort of Sardinia and of Tuscany Piedmont (1801 - 1855)

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Wien, Österreich

Death


Torino, Piemonte Italia

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Baldissero Torinese, Piemonte Italia

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Teresa

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of Tuscany

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1801 - In the year that Maria Theresa of Tuscany Queen Consort of Sardinia and of Tuscany Piedmont was born, on January 1st, after a brief period of independence, Ireland was merged with Great Britain, creating The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

1814 - Archduchess Maria Queen was merely 13 years old when in August, the British captured Washington, DC and set fire to the White House and the Capitol building. President James Madison and his wife, Dolley, couldn't return to the White House when the British were driven out. It wasn't until 1817 that the White House became habitable again.

1827 - When she was 26 years old, on May 25th, Romanian inventor Petrache Poenaru received a French patent for the invention of the first fountain pen with a replaceable ink cartridge. The fountain pen would make inkwells obsolete. Poenaru's patent used a barrel made from a large swan quill (part of the feather).

1851 - Archduchess Maria Queen was 50 years old when from May through August, the Midwest was hit with record rain, causing the Great Flood of 1851. Iowa was hardest hit - the town of Des Moines was flooded and mostly destroyed. Many rainfall records held for over 160 years.

1855 - In the year of Maria Theresa of Tuscany Queen Consort of Sardinia and of Tuscany Piedmont's passing, on June 29th, The Daily Telegraph began in London. The newspaper began as The Daily Telegraph and Courier and still has the reputation of being a quality paper.

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Maria Theresa of Tuscany Queen Consort of Sardinia and of Tuscany Piedmont died on January 12, 1855 in Torino, Piemonte , Italia at 53 years old. No cause of death has been entered. She was buried in Baldissero Torinese, Piemonte , Italia. She was born on March 21, 1801 in Wien, Österreich. We have no information about Archduchess Maria Queen's family.

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