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  1. Maria, Lady Walpole ( née Skerritt, Skerrett, or Skerret; 1702 – 4 June 1738) was the second wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from before 3 March 1738 until her death in childbirth (miscarriage) three months later. She was buried in the Church of St Martin on the Walpole estate at Houghton Hall in Norfolk, England.

  2. Maria, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh (née Maria Walpole; 10 July 1736 – 22 August 1807) was Countess Waldegrave from 1759 to 1766 as the wife and then widow of James Waldegrave, 2nd Earl Waldegrave, and a member of the British royal family from 1766 as the wife and then widow of Prince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh .

  3. Maria Walpole was one of five children born to Edward Walpole (son of the great British minister Robert Walpole) and his mistress Dorothy Clement , a shopgirl.

  4. Maria, Lady Walpole ( née Skerritt, Skerrett, or Skerret; 1702 – 4 June 1738) was the second wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from before 3 March 1738 until her death in childbirth (miscarriage) three months later. She was buried in the Church of St Martin on the Walpole estate at Houghton Hall in Norfolk, England.

  5. Maria, Lady Walpole was the second wife of British politician and Prime Minister Robert Walpole from before 3 March 1738 until her death in childbirth a few months later.

  6. Maria was one of the three the illegitimate daughters of Hon. Edward Walpole of Frogmore House in Windsor, by Dorothy Clements, a charming and beautiful milliner from Darlington in Co. Durham. This lady bore him five children but, although a faithful lover, he never married her because he feared the opposition of his father, Sir Robert.

  7. Maria, Lady Walpole 1702 1738 Maria, Lady Walpole in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Maria, Lady Walpole was born in 1702, to Thomas Skerret . Maria married Robert Walpole on March 3 1738, at age 36.