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  1. Life. Keppel was the eldest son of Arnold Keppel, 8th Earl of Albemarle, and his wife, Lady Gertrude Egerton.He was educated at Eton from 1895 to 1899.. Lord Bury was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Prince of Wales's Own Norfolk Artillery on 28 March 1900, and promoted to a lieutenant in that regiment on 25 August 1900.

  2. Anne Lennox, Countess Consort of Albemarle: 24 Jun 1703 20 Oct 1789 Willem Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle, had issue Louis, Duke of Orléans: 4 Aug 1703 4 Feb 1752 Auguste of Baden-Baden, had issue Frederick Magnus, Count of Leiningen-Hartenburg: 27 Aug 1703 28 Oct 1756 Anna Christina Eleonora of Wurmbrand-Stuppach, had issue

  3. The Dowager Countess, Charlotte Susannah, was nicknamed the "Rowdy Dow" by her stepchildren, who accused her of squandering the family's fortune. In the words of one biographer: "[She] managed to disperse Keppel heirlooms with extravagant eccentricity." The Dowager Countess of Albemarle died at Twickenham, London, in October 1862, aged 88.

  4. 565 (inv 1750) Wilham Anne (van Keppel), 2nd Earl of Albemarle. Served at the battles of Dettingen, Fontenoy, and Culloden. 566 (inv 1750) John (Carteret), 2nd Earl Granville. Chief Governor of Ireland. 567 (inv 1752) Edward Augustus, Prince of Brunswick-Luneburg (1739-67).

  5. Following the death of their daughter-in-law Viscountess Amberley in 1874 and their son Viscount Amberley in 1876, Earl Russell and Countess Russell brought up their orphaned grandchildren, John ("Frank") Russell, who became 2nd Earl Russell on his grandfather's death, and Bertrand Russell who would go on to become a noted philosopher and who in later life recalled his elderly grandfather as ...

  6. William III (William Henry; Dutch: Willem Hendrik; 4 November 1650 – 8 March 1702), also widely known as William of Orange, was the sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from the 1670s, and King of England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1689 until his death in 1702.

  7. June 24 – Anne van Keppel, Countess of Albemarle (d. 1789) June 26 – Thomas Clap, first president of Yale University (d. 1767) June 28 – John Wesley, English founder of Methodism and anti-slavery activist (d. 1791) July 7 – Kenrick Prescot, English Anglican priest and academic (d. 1779)