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  1. Catherine Darnley, Duchess Consort of Buckingham and Normanby: 1681 13 Mar 1743 1. James Annesley, 3rd Earl of Anglesey, had issue 2. John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, had issue Elisabeth Franziska of Hesse-Homburg, Princess Consort of Nassau-Siegen: 6 Jan 1681 12 Nov 1707 Frederick William Adolf, Prince of Nassau-Siegen, had ...

  2. Afterwards Duke of Southampton. Son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland. 479 (inv 1674) John (Sheffield), 3rd Earl of Mulgrave. Afterwards Duke of Buckingham and of Normanby. Served with the Fleet at the battle of Solebay, and with the Forces at Tangier, Lord Privy Seal. 480 (inv 1677) Henry (Cavendish), 2nd Duke of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

  3. Diese Seite enthält eine Liste der Mitglieder des Hosenbandordens (engl. Knights and Ladies of the Garter).. Soweit nicht anders angegeben handelt es sich um Knights Companion of the Garter

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  5. As of 2010, the property is held by Constantine Phipps, 5th Marquess of Normanby. In 2003, supermodel Elle Macpherson took out a lease on the 16,000-acre (65 km 2 ) Mulgrave estate, considered one of England's finest shooting estates, including the right to live in the Phipps family's ancestral home, Mulgrave Castle, during the four-month shooting season.

  6. The Henry VII Chapel is best known for its combination of pendant fan vault ceiling.Andrew Reynolds refers to the vault as “the most perfect example of a pendant fan vault, the most ambitious kind of vaulting current in the perpendicular period.”

  7. Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Sophia Charlotte; 19 May 1744 – 17 November 1818) was Queen of Great Britain and of Ireland as the wife of King George III from their marriage on 8 September 1761 until the union of the two kingdoms on 1 January 1801, after which she was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland until her death in 1818.