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  Queen Mary
Mary of Guise (1515-1560), queen consort and regent of Scotland, was the daughter of Claude, Duke of Guise, and the second wife of James V of Scotland and the mother of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Mary, Queen of Scots, (1542-1587), queen regnant of Scotland and queen consort of France, was the daughter of James V of Scotland and the wife of François II of France and the mother of James I of England.
Mary of Teck (1867-1953), queen consort of the United Kingdom, was the wife of George V of the United Kingdom and the mother of Edward VIII of the United Kingdom and George VI of the United Kingdom.
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 Mary of Teck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mary of Teck (26 May 1867 24 March 1953), later Queen Mary, was the Queen Consort of George V of the United Kingdom.
Her mother was Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, the third child and the younger daughter of Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge and the Princess Augusta of Hesse-Kassel.
In 1891, Princess Mary was engaged to Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, the eldest son of Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales.
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 Mary of Teck
Queen Mary, Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (May 26, 1867 - March 24, 1953), known popularly as "Princess May," was the Queen consort of King George V of the United Kingdom.
Born Her Serene Highness Princess Victoria Mary Augusta Louis Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes of Teck at Kensington Palace[?], the daughter of the impoverished Francis, Duke of Teck, she was a great-granddaughter of King George III and a first cousin once removed of Queen Victoria.
The King's health was poor, and after his death in 1936, Queen Mary became H.M. Queen Mary, The Queen Mother and attempted to dissuade her son, Edward VIII of the United Kingdom, from marrying Wallis Simpson and abdicating the throne.
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 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
Queen Mary, Victoria Mary of Teck (26 May, 1867 - 24 March, 1953) was the Queen consort of George V of the United Kingdom.
Victoria Mary of Teck was born on 26 May, 1867 at Kensington Palace, London.
Her mother was Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Teck (nee Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, the youngest daughter of HRH Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge).
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 BBC - h2g2 - Mary of Teck
Princess Mary, now 18 found this transition back to court life hard saying she found herself to be 'a daughter, secretary and lady in waiting' to her mother, who was still living a hectic social life.
Queen Mary was considered by many to be an austere and regal figure who customarily appeared in public wearing a tall, round, brimless hat known as a toque.
It depicts the new monarch Queen Elizabeth II with her recently bereaved mother, Queen Elizabeth, and Grandmother, Queen Mary, all veiled in fl watching as the coffin of George VI is lifted unto the Royal Train for its progress to Windsor.
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 British royalty George V -- Queen Mary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mary's mother was Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, Princess of Great Britain (1833-97), a daughter of the Duke of Cambride, and thus the grandaughter of George III.
Princess Victoria Mary was born in Kensington Palace in 1867.
Mary, never regarded a beauty but with a regal bearing and dignity, made a much more suitable marriage when she married Eddy's younger brother, the future King George V. Over the years the two were to bdecome devoted to each other.
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 Historic Royal Palaces   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Princess Victoria Mary of Teck was married to Prince George, Duke of York (afterwards King George V), the second son of the Prince and Princess of Wales, on 6 July 1893, at the Chapel Royal, St James's Palace.
Princess Mary, who was fondly known as Princess May, was the daughter of Queen Victoria's cousin, Princess Mary of Adelaide, the Duchess of Teck.
Princess Mary's wedding dress was fashionable, elaborate and all-English and took the traditional form of a court dress with a long train.
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 Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg122 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Dagmar of Denmark (Marie) OLDENBURG Tsarina was born 26 Nov 1847 and died Oct 1928.
Victoria Mary of TECK [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 26 May 1867 in Kensington, Palace, London, England.
Mary WINDSOR Princess Royal was born 25 Apr 1897 and died 28 Mar 1965.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg30 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Mary BOLEYN BULLYN was born in 1504 in Of Chilton Folist, Wiltshire, England.
Mary Princess Of ENGLAND was born on 4 Nov 1631 in St. James Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
Mary STUART was born on 8 Apr 1605 in Greenwich Palace, Greenwich, Kent, England.
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 My Family
Mary of Teck (Queen) was born on 26 May 1867 in Kensington Palace, London, England.
George V WINDSOR (King of England) and Mary of Teck (Queen) were married on 6 Jul 1893 in Chapel Royal, Saint James Palace, England.
Parents: Alexander George of Teck (Earl of Athlone) and Alice of Athlone (Princess).
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 Queen Mary II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mary II of England, who ruled England from 1689 to 1694,
RMS Queen Mary 2, an ocean liner named after Mary of Teck.
This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
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 FIFTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was married to Princess Mary of Teck on 6 Jul 1893 in Chapel Royal, St. James Palace.
Princess Mary of Teck was born on 26 May 1867 in Kensington.
Princess Mary of England was born on 25 Apr 1897 in Norfolk, England.
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 English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England - George V.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
May, as she was known, was the daughter of the Austrian, Francis, Duke of Teck and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge, the grand daughter of George III.
As the Duke of Teck was the child of a morganatic union, May bore the title 'her Serene Highness', causing her Wales sisters-in-law to look down at her.
The tomb of George V and Mary of Teck at St. George's Chapel, Windsor
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 mary ester   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mary 2 (P) Pronunciation Key (mâr) In the New Testament, a sister of Lazarus and Martha and a friend of Jesus.
The idea that this Mary was the woman who was a sinner, or that she was unchaste, is altogether groundless.
It would appear from this act of Mary's, and from the circumstance that they possessed a family vault (11:38), and that a large number of Jews from Jerusalem came to condole with them on the death of Lazarus (11:19), that this family at Bethany belonged to the wealthier class of the people.
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 NPG x96004; Adolphus, 1st Marquess of Cambridge; Alexander Cambridge, Earl of Athlone; Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck; ...
Prince Francis of Teck (1870-1910), Younger brother of Queen Mary.
Queen Mary (1867-1953), Queen of George V. Sitter associated with 74 portraits.
Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck (1833-1897), Mother of Queen Mary.
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 georgev
Princess May as she was called, was the only daughter of Princess Mary Adelaide of cambridge, who was the youngest daughter of Prince Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, son of King George III and brother of Queen Victoria's father, the Duke of Kent.
By her mother's side, Princess Mary adelaide was aslo a first cousin of Princess Alexandra's mother, Queen Louise of Denmark.
The third procession was that of the Queen who was accompanied by her cousin, the bride's mother, Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck.
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 Mary Wells - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Wells, Mary (1943–1992), American pop and rhythm-and-blues singer, one of the first stars of the Motown Record Company.
Mary of Teck (quotations): Constitution: Well, Mr Baldwin!
Mary Poppins, motion picture musical about a magical, irreverent nanny, based on the 1934 novel by P. Travers.
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 Divas - The Site / Political Divas / Trivia
When the present Queen was a child, she and Queen Mary were out on an educational expedition when Princess Elizabeth started wriggling in her seat.
She was a shy woman, whose only broadcast contact with the people of Britain or her Empire consisted of the twenty-eight words with which she christened the massive Cunard line that bore her name.
The Queen Mother was short on Royal Jewels when Queen Consort because Queen Mary hung on to them all until she died, when they passed to the Queen.
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 Mary of Teck
Infant lispings: Dedicated, by permission, to H.R.H. The Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck
The House of Teck,: A romance of a thousand years
A memoir of her royal highness Princess Mary Adelaide, duchess of Teck
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 Art & Residences > Royal Residences > The Chapels Royal > History
The Duke of York and Princess Mary of Teck, later King George V and Queen Mary, were also married there in 1893
Mary I's heart is buried beneath the choir-stalls.
It was also here that Elizabeth I said her prayers for the defence of the realm against the threat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, having chosen to remain at St James's Palace to receive messages of its progress by fire beacons from Cornwall.
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 Royal Genealogies Part 2
NOTES: Christened: Victoria Mary Augusta Louis Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes; Known as: Princess May; After 1910, Queen Mary (The ocean line, The Queen Mary was named after her).
Queen Mary was a shy woman, whose only broadcast contact with the people of Britain or her Empire consisted of the twenty-eight words with which she christened the massive Cunard line that bore her name.
Mary was to prove the brightest of the family.
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 First World War.com - Who's Who - King George V
In 1893 he married Princess Mary of Teck, a great-granddaughter of George III.
The couple had six children - five sons and a daughter (of which one - John - suffered from epilepsy and (probably) autism, and was hidden from public view).
As a consequence of the crisis however, the Parliament Act of 1911 was enacted which severely cut back the power of the Lords, including its right of veto of government bills.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mary of Teck (1867-1953) was Queen consort at the side of King George V of Great Britain from 1910 to 1936.
Her daughter Marie Luise conceived the idea of giving the collection a setting it deserved: a doll house.
In 1924 he hired well-known painters, craftsmen and writers to decorate the little jewel thus making the royal household's way of life in the 20th century accessible to later generations.
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 The Royal Residences > St James's Palace > History
Before she was discarded following the birth of Princess (later Queen) Elizabeth, the initials HA entwined in a lovers' knot appeared on a couple of Tudor fireplaces in the State apartments.
Elizabeth I was resident during the threat posed by the Spanish Armada and set out from St James's to address her troops assembled at Tilbury, to the east of London.
The future Charles II and James II were both born and baptised at St James's, as were Mary of York (Mary II), Anne of York (Queen Anne) and James Francis Edward Stuart (the Old Pretender).
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 Glamorgan Antiques | The British Corner
Mary Stewart is one of the great romantic figures in British History.
Of suitors, Mary was sent more than enough, from the day of her first husband's death.
The ladies then dressed her soberly but richly.Then the final door knock came, and she was escorted to the gallows.One of her servants carried a crucifix before her as they descended the stairs.Two of her servants were allowed to stay with her to the end, Elizabeth Curle and Jean Kennedy.
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 George V of the United Kingdom - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In 1891, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence became engaged to his second cousin once removed, Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (always called "May"), the only daughter of Prince Francis, Duke of Teck and Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge.
Template:Infobox UKkingstyles On 6 May, 1910, King Edward VII died, and the Prince and Princess of Wales ascended the throne.
Although a female-line great granddaughter of King George III, Queen Mary was the daughter of the Duke of Teck, a morganatic section of the Royal House of Württemberg.
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