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  1. Albert Frederick was married in 1573 to Marie Eleonore of Cleves, a daughter of Wilhelm, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg and Archduchess Maria of Austria (1531–1581). Maria was a daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. Issue. Albert Frederick and Marie were parents to seven children:

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    Early Life

    Albert, informally known as "Bertie" to his family, was born at York Cottage, on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk on December 14, 1895, during the reign of his great-grandmother Queen Victoria. His father was Prince George, Duke of York, the second and eldest-surviving son of the Prince and Princess of Wales (later Edward VII and Queen Alexandra). His mother was the Duchess of York (later Queen Mary), the eldest daughter of Prince Francis, Duke of Teck, and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridg...

    Military Career

    From 1909 Albert attended the Royal Naval College, Osborne, as a naval cadet. He came bottom of the class in the final examination, but despite this he progressed to the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth in 1911. When Edward VII died on May 6, 1910, Albert's father became King George V. Prince Edward was created Prince of Wales on June 2, 1910 and Albert became second in line to the throne. Albert was commissioned as a midshipman on September 15, 1913 and one year later began service in the Welt...

    In October 1921 Prince Albert went up to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied history, economics and civics for a year. On June 3, 1922, Prince Albert was created Duke of York, Earl of Inverness and Baron Killarney. He then began to take on royal duties, representing his father the King, touring coal mines, factories and railyards, acquiring the nickname of the "Industrial Prince". His speech impediment and his embarrassment over it, together with his tendency to shyness, caused him to appear much less impressive than his older brother the Prince of Wales. However, he was physically active and enjoyed playing tennis.

    When the 1925 British Revolution broke out the Royal Family had to flee to Canada. As the second son of King George V, Albert is not expected to inherit the throne and spent his early years in Canada in the shadow of his elder brother, Edward. However, Albert proved to possess a powerful sense of duty and has granted Canada's current Prime Minister, the Liberal Mackenzie King, a great deal of mutual respect, if not public endorsement, especially in regards to King’s contention that each British Dominion is a separate state with equal rights within a larger Empire, each with its separate crown for its head of state. This is in clear contrast with the opinion of his father George and especially his elder brother Edward who never hid his despise for King, regarding him as nothing but a mere colonial. Despite that, King George's relationship with his heir Edward deteriorated in the recent years because of Edward's many affairs with married women and in contrast, he seems fond of his sec...

    In 1920 Albert met Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the youngest daughter of Claude Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck. He became determined to marry her although, according to British law, she was a commoner. She rejected his proposal twice and hesitated for nearly two years, reportedly because she was reluctant to make the sacrifices necessary to become a member of the royal family. In the words of Lady Elizabeth's mother, Albert would be "made or marred" by his choice of wife, and after a protracted courtship Elizabeth agreed to marry him. They were married on April 26, 1923 in Westminster Abbey. The newly-formed British Broadcasting Company wished to record and broadcast the event on radio, but the Chapter vetoed the idea. Lady Elizabeth was styled Her Royal Highness the Duchess of York after their marriage. Albert's marriage to a British commoner was considered a modernising gesture. The Duke and Duchess of York had two children, Elizabet...

  2. Albert Frederick was born on August 6 1865. Albert passed away on July 29 1927, at age 61. He was buried in Providence City Cemetery, River Heights, Utah, United States. Albert Frederick 1867. Albert Frederick in Utah, County Marriages, 1887-1937. Albert Frederick was born circa 1867.

  3. Albert Frederick Calvert. Portrait in Vanity Fair by Leslie Ward (1895). Albert Frederick Calvert (1872-1946) was an English author, engineer and explorer active in Australia.

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    Se convirtió en duque de Prusia después de prestar homenaje feudal al rey de Polonia, Segismundo II Augusto Jagellón (la Prusia ducal era un feudo de Polonia), el 19 de julio de 1569 en Lublin.[1]​ El homenjae fue descrito por el cronista polaco Jan Kochanowski en su obra Proporzec ("Estandarte"). Durante la elección polaca de 1573, Alberto Federico intentó obtener la aceptación del senado polaco pero se le opuso el poderoso Jan Zamoyski (más tarde Gran Hetman de la Corona del Reino de Polonia) quien temía la influencia de protestantes en el cuerpo legislativo polaco. Alberto Federico inicialmente rechazó la elección de Esteban I Báthory y apoyó la candidatura de Maximiliano de Habsburgo. Sin embargo, en el sejm de Toruńde octubre de 1576 dio su apoyo al nuevo monarca. Como el bisnieto del rey polaco Casimiro IV Jagellón, y como un duque en Prusia que hablaba con fluidez polaco, Alberto Federico fue seriamente considerado durante un tiempo como un posible candidato para el trono pol...

    Alberto Federico se casó en 1573 con María Leonor de Cléveris, una hija de Guillermo de Jülich-Cléveris-Berg y la archiduquesa María de Austria (1531-1581). María era una hija de Fernando I del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico y Ana de Bohemia y Hungría. Alberto Federico y María tuvieron siete hijos: 1. Ana de Prusia (3 de julio de 1576 - 30 de agosto de 1625). Se casó con Juan Segismundo de Brandeburgo. 2. María de Prusia (23 de enero de 1579 - 21 de febrero de 1649). Se casó con Cristián de Brandeburgo-Bayreuth. 3. Alberto Federico de Prusia (1 de junio de 1580 - 8 de octubre de 1580). 4. Sofía de Hohenzollern (31 de marzo de 1582 - 4 de diciembre de 1610). Se casó con Guillermo Kettler de Curlandia. 5. Leonor de Prusia (22 de agosto de 1583 - 31 de marzo/9 de abril de 1607). Se casó con Joaquín Federico de Brandeburgo. 6. Guillermo Federico de Prusia (23 de junio de 1585 - 18 de enero de 1586). 7. Magdalena Sibila de Prusia (31 de diciembre de 1586 - 22 de febrero de 1659). Se casó...

    Esta obra contiene una traducción derivada de «Albert Frederick, Duke of Prussia» de Wikipedia en inglés, publicada por sus editores bajo la Licencia de documentación libre de GNU y la Licencia Cre...

  5. Frederick Albert Winsor, originalmente Friedrich Albrecht Winzer ( 1763, Braunschweig, Alemania - 11 de mayo de 1830, París) fue un inventor alemán, uno de los pioneros de la iluminación con gas en el Reino Unido y Francia . Winsor fue a Gran Bretaña antes de 1799 y se interesó en la tecnología y la economía de los combustibles.