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  1. FitzJames was born in St. James's Square, Westminster, then in the county of Middlesex, England. He was the brother of James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick , the French Marshal . He was also the brother of Henrietta FitzJames and Arabella FitzJames, who was named after her mother and became a nun.

  2. James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick, 1st Duke of Liria and Jérica, 1st Duke of Fitz-James (21 August 1670 – 12 June 1734) was an Anglo-French military leader, illegitimate son of King James II of England by Arabella Churchill, sister of the 1st Duke of Marlborough. Berwick was a successful general in the pay of Louis XIV of France

  3. Jakob wurde am 14. Oktober 1633 im St James’s Palace in London geboren. Er war dritter Sohn König Karls I. von England, Schottland und Irland und Königin Henrietta Marias, der Tochter Heinrichs IV. von Frankreich.

  4. Henrietta Howard (1689-1767), liaison de 1714 à 1735; Amalie von Wallmoden (1704-1765), favorite de 1735 à 1760, mère de Johann Ludwig von Wallmoden-Gimborn (1736-1811) George III (1738-1820) Hannah Lightfoot (1730-1759), rumeurs de mariage secret de 1754 à 1759; Sarah Lennox (1745-1826), liaison en 1759

  5. Arabella FitzJames (1674 – 7 november 1704) bij zijn maîtresse Catherine Sedley: Catherine Darnley (ca. 1681 – 14 maart 1743 ); ∞ I ( Westminster Abbey , 28 oktober 1699 ) James Annesley (1674 – 1702), 3e graaf van Anglesey ; ∞ II ( 16 maart 1706 ) John Sheffield ( 7 april 1648 – Londen, 27 februari 1721 ), 1e hertog van Buckingham

  6. All people are descended via various racial or ethnic lines of antiquity, but in most cases, records do not exist. The British Royal Family is one of the few families for which ancestry can be traced to many notable lineages of antiquity. Their lineage can be traced back to the Saxons, Scottish (Stuart dynasty), Welsh (Tudor dynasty), Irish, Germans (Hanover and Windsor), French (Norman and ...

  7. XVIII wiek w metodologii historii. Według periodyzacji stosowanej w pracach historycznych XVIII wiek umownie kończy się w 1789 lub 1795 roku. Pierwsza data jest stosowana w periodyzacji historii powszechnej (początek rewolucji we Francji), druga zaś w odniesieniu do historii Polski (III rozbiór).