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  1. 11/05/2022 · 2 children - (i) Sir Augustus Frederick d'Este,(1794-1848) (ii) Augusta Emma Wilde, Baroness Truro (11 August 1801 - 21 May 1866). Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge. Adolphus was born at Buckingham House on 24 February 1774, he was the seventh son of George III and the youngest of his sons to survive childhood.

  2. › wiki › PrincessPrincess - Wikipedia

    Princess is a regal rank and the feminine equivalent of prince (from Latin princeps, meaning principal citizen). Most often, the term has been used for the consort of a prince, or for the daughter of a king or prince.

  3. Isabella Maria d'Este (born and died on 14 June 1519). Complications at birth caused the death of Lucrezia ten days later. Giovanni Borgia , " infans Romanus " ("Child of Rome", c. 1498–1548) had his paternity acknowledged by both Alexander and Cesare in two separate Papal bulls, but it was rumoured that he was the child of Lucrezia and Perotto.

  4. Augustus Frederick d’Este (1794–1848) Auguste Emma d’Este (1801–1866) Adolphus Frederick, 1. Duke of Cambridge (1774–1850) ⚭ Auguste von Hessen (1797–1889), Tochter von Friedrich von Hessen-Kassel (1747–1837) George, 2. Duke of Cambridge (1819–1904), britischer Feldmarschall

  5. Augusta Wilhelmina Hessen-Darmstadt: 14: Maksymilian II Maximilian II. 28 listopada 1811 Monachium: 10 marca 1864 Monachium: 1848-1864: Ludwik I Wittelsbach Teresa Sachsen-Hildburghausen: 15: Ludwik II Ludwig II. 25 sierpnia 1845 Nymphenburg: 13 czerwca 1886 jezioro Starnberg: 1864-1886: Maksymilian II (król Bawarii) Maria Fryderyka Pruska: 16 ...

  6. Ottavia Piccolo monte sur les planches très jeune en interprétant à 10 ans Helen dans la pièce Anna dei Miracoli de William Gibson. Elle est apparue dans 45 films depuis 1962.

  7. Isabella Stewart Gardner collected and carefully displayed a collection comprised of more than 7500 paintings, sculptures, furniture, textiles, silver, ceramics, 1500 rare books, and 7000 archival objects-from ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Italy, Asia, the Islamic world and 19th-century France and America.