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02/08/2022 · Simpson, Wallis Warfield Spencer, Duchess of Windsor (1896–1986) Wife of the Duke of Windsor, the former King Edward VIII of England. A US divorcee, she began her association with Edward when he was Prince of Wales. Their relationship caused controversy and was the pretext for Edward's abdication in December 1936.
24/07/2022 · Wallis' first husband, Earl Spencer, a World War I US Navy pilot, married Miss Bessie Wallis Warfield at Christ Episcopal Church in Baltimore in 1916. Christ Church was Miss Warfield's home parish. She was an Episcopalian. They divorced in 1927. Less than a year later, she was married to Ernest Simpson.
14/07/2022 · Simpson, Wallis Adelstitel: Duchesse Geschlecht: weiblich Andere Namen: Warfield, Wallis (Früherer Name) Windsor, Wallis of Windsor, Wallis Warfield, Duchess of Simpson, Wallis Warfield Quelle: M/Reg. Zeit
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14/07/2022 · His wife was Wallis Warfield, a prominent socialite who remarried twice, and became better known as Wallis Warfield Spencer Simpson Windsor, the late Duchess of Windsor, for whom King Edward of England gave up his throne in 1936. During the Second World War, the Spanish bight was filled with dredge from San Diego Bay.
22/07/2022 · Warfield, nestled in the mountains of Ketchum, Idaho, became the embodiment of the great outdoors. They are the spirit of wild adventure. They are “guided by the wild”. “Warfield is the mountainous, fire-fueled, supreme master of all that is feral. The goal is to develop an iconic range, from crown to cork, that personifies this.
23/07/2022 · Wallis Warfield Simpson Heir to the British throne, Edward abdicated in 1936 to marry the 'woman I love', who was twice married and soon to be twice divorced, American Wallis Simpson. The Church of England did not recognize marriages to someone who had living ex spouses, so the couple were wed in France.