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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ribsden_HoltRibsden Holt - Wikipedia

    Coordinates: 51.372°N 0.640°W Ribsden Holt is a former royal residence at Windlesham, Surrey, England that was the home of Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll and Lady Patricia Ramsay. Today it is also called Ribsden Hall. History [ edit] The house, set back behind a long drive, was built in the late 1870s for English lawyer Henry Cadogan Rothery.

  2. Ribsden Holt is a former royal residence at Windlesham in north-western Surrey. The house was built in the late 1870s, and for part of the 20th century was used by minor royalty. Today it is also called 'Ribsden Hall'. The building is set back behind a long drive and former outbuildings once for estate servants, The Gatehouse and The Coach House.

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  4. www.wikizero.com › it › Ribsden_HoltWikizero - Ribsden Holt

    WikiZero Özgür Ansiklopedi - Wikipedia Okumanın En Kolay Yolu . Ribsden Holt è una ex residenza reale a Windlesham, Surrey, in Inghilterra che fu residenza della Principessa Luisa, duchessa di Argyll e di Patricia Ramsay.

  5. dbpedia.org › page › Ribsden_HoltAbout: Ribsden Holt

    Ribsden Holt is a former royal residence at Windlesham, Surrey, England that was the home of Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll and Lady Patricia Ramsay. Today it is also called Ribsden Hall.

  6. Coordinates: 51°22′19″N 0°38′24″W  /  51.372°N 0.640°W  / Ribsden Holt is a former royal residence at Windlesham, Surrey, England. The royal residents were Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll to 1939, and Lady Patricia Ramsay 1939-1974.

  7. Lady Patricia died at Ribsden Holt, Windlesham, Surreyon 12 January 1974, eight weeks before her 88th birthday and fifteen months after her husband.[2] At the time of her death, she was the younger of only two surviving grandchildren of Queen Victoria (the other was Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone). [citation needed]