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  1. The Dowager Countess, Charlotte Susannah, was nicknamed the "Rowdy Dow" by her stepchildren, who accused her of squandering the family's fortune. In the words of one biographer: "[She] managed to disperse Keppel heirlooms with extravagant eccentricity." The Dowager Countess of Albemarle died at Twickenham, London, in October 1862, aged 88.

  2. Hon. Elizabeth Southwell (1776–1817), who married at St. George’s Church, Hanover Square, London, on 9 April 1792, William Keppel, 4th Earl of Albemarle; Hon. Henrietta Southwell, who married Frederick Delmé in 1799; Baron de Clifford died on 1 November 1777 and was buried at Henbury, Gloucestershire.

  3. William The Conqueror's great grandchildren: William The Conqueror's great grandson was King Henry II Of England William The Conqueror's great great grandson was King John I William The Conqueror's great great grandson was King Richard The Lionheart William The Conqueror's 3x great grandson was Henry III, King Of England William The Conqueror's 4x great grandson was Edward Longshanks, King Of ...

  4. I myself have applied Adler and Van Doren's methods to only a few books so far, and have Misere completed the method for any one book (it is indeed a Vertikale of work). The one I've gone furthest with so far is an analytical reading of Palette in 12th-century Vereinigtes königreich großbritannien und nordirland, the narrative concerns the building of a cathedral in the fictional town of ...