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  1. Lord Frederick Cambridge (Frederick Charles Edward, born Prince Frederick of Teck; 24 September 1907 – 15 May 1940) was a relative of the British royal family. He was the younger son of Adolphus Cambridge, 1st Marquess of Cambridge, formerly the Duke of Teck, and a nephew of Queen Mary and King George V .

  2. 10 de sept. de 2011 · Captain Lord Frederick CAMBRIDGE - Company Commander No. 3 COMPANY Captain R.F.S. GOOCH - Company Commander No. 4 COMPANY Captain J.E.B. POPE - Company Commander N.B. Complete evidence is not available to show the allotment of Officers and Warrant Officers to Companies OTHER OFFICERS Major R.G. FEILDEN (to H.Q. 3 Division 7/5/1940)

  3. 15 de may. de 2018 · Remembering the Fallen: on this day in 1940 Captain Lord Frederick Charles Edward Cambridge (born Prince Frederick of Teck), 1st Battalion, the Coldstream Guards, was killed in action at Leuven in Belgium.

  4. Lord Frederick Cambridge (Frederick Charles Edward, nacido como Príncipe Federico de Teck; 24 de septiembre de 1907 - 15 de mayo de 1940) era descendiente de la Familia Real Británica. Era el hijo más joven de Adolphus Cambridge, 1er Marqués de Cambridge, antes el Duque de Teck, y un sobrino de la reina María, la consorte del rey Jorge V.

  5. Prince Frederick of Teck, later Lord Frederick Cambridge (23 September 1907 – 15 May 1940). Duke of Teck and later military career. In January 1900, Adolphus succeeded his father as Duke of Teck. The new duke served with his regiment during the Boer War 1899–1900, for which he was promoted Brevet major in November 1900.

  6. 20 de jun. de 2022 · Lord Frederick Campbell Charter xxi 5 is the only surviving English document that still has an authentic, legible, pre-Conquest seal attached to it. The text purports to be a writ of Edward the Confessor (1003x5–1066) granting a slew of rights to Christ Church Cathedral, Canterbury.

  7. Adolphus Frederick, 1st duke of Cambridge was a British field marshal, the seventh son of King George III. Having studied at the University of Göttingen, he served in the Hanoverian army and with the British army in the Low Countries, being severely wounded in 1793. He was created Earl of Tipperary.