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  1. Lady Honor Guinness (1909–1976), married Henry Channon. Paul Channon (1935–2007) Lady Brigid Guinness (1920–1995), married Prince Frederick of Prussia. Prince Frederick Nicholas of Prussia (born 3 May 1946), married Hon. Victoria Lucinda Mancroft (1952-)

  2. Sophia Dorothea of Hanover (26 March [O.S. 16 March] 1687 – 28 June 1757) was Queen in Prussia and Electress of Brandenburg during the reign of her husband, King Frederick William I, from 25 February 1713 to 31 May 1740.

  3. 17. Lady Anna Maria Isabella Fermor (daughter of Thomas Fermor, 4th Earl of Pomfret) 4. Thomas Fermor-Hesketh, 1st Baron Hesketh: 18. William Sharon, U.S. Senator from Nevada: 9. Florence Emily Sharon: 19. Maria Malloy: 2. Frederick Fermor-Hesketh, 2nd Baron Hesketh: 20. General John C. Breckinridge, 14th Vice President of the United States: 10.

  4. Lady Charlotte Wellesley was born at St Mary's Hospital, London on 8 October 1990 to Princess Antonia of Prussia and Charles Wellesley, Marquess of Douro. [1] [2] After the death of her paternal grandfather, Valerian Wellesley, 8th Duke of Wellington , in 2014, her father succeeded him as the 9th Duke of Wellington , the 9th Prince of Waterloo , the 9th Duke of Victoria , and the 10th Duke of ...

  5. 12/10/2022 · Microsoft has responded to a list of concerns regarding its ongoing $68bn attempt to buy Activision Blizzard, as raised by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), and come up with an ...

  6. Many of Waugh's friends and admirers gave the book unstinting praise, among them Rebecca West, Lady Diana Cooper, Desmond MacCarthy and Hilaire Belloc. Among those less enthusiastic were the novelist J.B. Priestley , who found the characters lightweight and uninvolving, and the devoutly Catholic Katharine Asquith who thought the writing was brilliant but the subject-matter deeply depressing. [87]

  7. In 1845, after she found that Albert began a love affair with her own lady-in-waiting Rosalie von Rauch (the daughter of the Prussian Minister of War Gustav von Rauch), Marianne finally left him and moved to the town of Voorburg, located in the west part of the province of South Holland, Netherlands.