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  Facts about princess maud countess of southesk   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk (3 April 1893-14 December 1945) was the younger daughter of Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife and Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife.
The Countess of Southesk and her elder sister, Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, had the distinction of being the only female-line granddaughters of a British Sovereign to receive the title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland and the style Highness, although she ceased to use that title and style after her marriage.
Upon her marriage, she ceased to use the title of Princess and the style Highness and was known as Lady Maud Carnegie until her husband succeeded as the 11th Earl of Southesk on 10 November 1941, when she became Countess of Southesk.
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  Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk (3 April 1893-14 December 1945) was the younger daughter of Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife and Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife.
The Countess of Southesk and her elder sister, Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, had the distinction of being the only female-line granddaughters of a British Sovereign to receive the title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland and the style Highness, although she ceased to use that title and style after her marriage.
The Countess of Southesk was considered a member of the British Royal Family, although she did not undertake official and public duties.
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 Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife's article at Wowla Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Fife, later Princess Arthur of Connaught, nee Lady Alexandra Duff (Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise) (17 May 1891-26 February 1959), was a member of the British Royal Family.
The Lady Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise Duff was born at East Sheen Lodge, Richmond, the elder daughter of Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife (10 November 1849-12 January 1912), and Princess Louise, Duchess of Fife (20 February 1867-4 January 1931), the eldest daughter of the future King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
Princess Alexandra succeeded her father as 2nd Duchess of Fife and Countess of MacDuff on 22 January 1912.
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 Maud of the United Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Maud of the United Kingdom (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria) (26 November 1869 – 20 November 1938) later Queen Maud of Norway was a member of the British Royal Family, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and later Queen consort of Norway, as the wife of King Haakon VII of Norway.
Born as Princess Maud of Wales at Marlborough House, London as the daughter of The Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII), the eldest son of Queen Victoria and heir apparent to the British throne.
Princess Maud was christened at Marlborough House on Christmas Eve, and her sponsors included her aunts, Empress Marie of Russia and the then-Crown Princess Louise of Denmark (the mother of her future husband).
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 Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk (3 April 1893-14 December 1945) was the younger daughter of (additional info and facts about Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife) Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife and (additional info and facts about Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife) Alexander Duff, 1st Duke of Fife.
Her husband, the 11th Earl of Southesk, was educated at (A public school for boys founded in 1440; located in Berkshire) Eton College and received a commission in the Scots Guard.
The Countess of Southesk was considered a member of the (additional info and facts about British Royal Family) British Royal Family, although she did not undertake official and public duties.
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 Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh's article at Wowla Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Marie (29 October 1875-18 July 1938; married 10 January 1893 King Ferdinand I of Romania (1865-1927); and had issue.
Princess Victoria Melita ("Ducky") (25 November 1876 - 2 March 1936; married (1) 19 April 1894 (divored 21 December 1901) her paternal first cousin Ernst Ludwig, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine (1868-1937), and had issue; (2) 8 October 1905 her maternal first cousin the Grand Duke Cyril of Russia (1876-1938), and had issue.
Princess Beatrice (20 April 1884 - 13 July 1966; married 15 July 1909, Don Alfonso, Infante of Spain, 3rd Duke of Galliera (1886-1975), and had issue.
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 Encyclopedia: Edward VII of the United Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Margaret of Connaught, Margaret Victoria Charlotte Augusta Norah Wettin (January 15, 1882 - May 1, 1920), Crown Princess of Sweden, was the daughter of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and his wife, the Princess Luise Marguerite of Prussia, and a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
Princess Victoria of the United Kingdom (6 July 1868-3 December 1935) was the fourth child and second daughter of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom and Queen Alexandra.
Queen Maud (nee HRH Princess Maud of Wales) (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria) (26 November 1869-20 November 1938) was the Queen consort of King Haakon VII of Norway.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Princess Alice of Albany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone GCVO GBE VA (née Princess Alice of Albany) (25 February 1883–3 January 1981), was a member of the British Royal Family, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
Princess Alice of Albany served as the Vice Regal Consort of Canada, the spouse of the Canadian Governor-General from 1940-1946.
Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone remains the longest-lived British princess of the blood royal and the oldest surviving granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
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 Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh's article at Wowla Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Alexandra of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (September 1, 1878 - April 16, 1942) was a member of the British Royal Family.
Thus Princess Alexandra was both a British princess and Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha from birth.
In 1896, Princess Alexandra married Prince Ernest Hohenlohe-Langenburg.
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 Princess Maud of Wales - Definition, explanation
Queen Maud (nee HRH Princess Maud of Wales) (Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria) (26 November 1869-20 November 1938) was the Queen consort of King Haakon VII of Norway.
Princess Maud of Wales was born at Marlborough House, London.
Princess Maud was christened at Marlborough House on Christmas Eve, and her sponsors included her aunts, Empress Marie of Russia and the then-Crown Princess Louise of Denmark (the mother of her future husband).
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 Victoria, Princess Royal and Empress Frederick @ BaseballLiving.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise (21 November 1840 – 5 August 1901) was the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria and her consort Albert.
She was baptised in the Throne Room of Buckingham Palace on 10 February 1841 by William Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury and her godparents were the Dowager Queen Adelaide, the King of Belgium, the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the Duke of Sussex, the Duchess of Gloucester and the Duchess of Kent.
As a daughter of the sovereign, Victoria was automatically a British princess with the style Her Royal Highness, styled HRH The Princess Victoria (and in addition being heiress presumptive to the throne of the United Kingdom before the birth of her younger brother Prince Albert, later Edward VII on 9 November 1841).
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 Princess Maud of Fife Information
Princess Maud of Fife (Maud Alexandra Victoria Georgina Bertha Duff) (3 April 1893-14 December 1945) was a member of the British Royal Family, a female line granddaughter of King Edward VII.
Maud, and her elder sister, Alexandra, had the distinction of being the only female-line granddaughters of a British Sovereign to receive the title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland and the style Highness.
Following her marriage in 1923, Princess Maud ceased to use her title of Princess and style Highness and was styled Lady Maud Carnegie and later the Countess of Southesk.
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 Princess Alice of the United Kingdom @ BaseballLiving.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Alice of the United Kingdom (Alice Maud Mary), (25 April 1843 – 14 December 1878), was a member of the British Royal Family, the third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria.
Princess Alice was the great-grandmother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the consort of Queen Elizabeth II.
She was baptised in the Private Chapel of Buckingham Palace on June 2, 1843 by William Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury and her godparents were the King of Hanover, the Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Princess Sophia of Gloucester and the Princess of Hohenlohe-Langenburg.
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 Princess Victoria, Princess Royal - Biocrawler definition:Princess Victoria, Princess Royal - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
German Empress Friedrich (née Her Royal Highness The Princess Victoria, Princess Royal) (Victoria Adelaide Mary Louise), (21 November 1840 – 5 August 1901) was Empress of Germany and Queen of Prussia.
Princess Victoria was born on November 21, 1840 at Buckingham Palace, London.
Their sympathies created a rift among Queen Victoria's extended family, since Victoria's younger brother, the Prince of Wales, was married to Princess Alexandra of Denmark, the elder daughter of Christian IX of Denmark, who was also reigning duke of the disputed territories of Schleswig and Holstein.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: Princess Helena of the United Kingdom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Helena of the United Kingdom, (Helena Augusta Victoria), (25 May 1846 - 9 June 1923), was a member of the British Royal Family, the fifth-born child and the third daughter of Queen Victoria.
Princess Marie Louise was married in 1891 to His Highness Prince Aribert of Anhalt (18 June 1844-24 December 1933), the fourth son of the Duke of Anhalt.
Princess Marie Louise returned to Britain, where with her unmarried sister, Princess Helena Victoria, she carried out public and official duties as member of the British Royal Family for forty years.
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 Princess Patricia of Connaught   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Princess Patricia of Connaught, later Lady Patricia Ramsay (17 March 1886-12 January 1974) was a member of the British Royal Family, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria.
She was named Colonel-in-Chief of Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry on 22 February 1918 and held that appointment until her death.
On her wedding day, Princess Patricia of Connaught voluntarily relinquished the style of Royal Highness and the title of Princess of Great Britain and Ireland and assumed the style of Lady Patricia Ramsay with precedence immediately before the Marchionesses of England.
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 C.U.H.&G.S. -- Royal Marriages Act, 1772   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
H.S.H. Countess Ysabelle Maria Elisabeth Thurn and Valsassina-Como and Vercelli
The Earl and Countess of Macduff chose to be known as the Earl and Countess of Southesk on the Duke of Fife succeeding his father in that title.
H.R.H. Princess Alexandra, Duchess of Brunswick and Luneburg
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 British princess biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Under the current practice, princesses of the blood royal are the legitimate daughters and the male-line granddaughters of a British Sovereign.
Princesses by marriage are the recognized wives of the Sovereign's sons and male line grandsons.
Daughters of sovereigns- HRH The Princess "X" Male-line granddaughters of sovereigns- HRH Princess "X" of "Y", where "Y" is the territorial designation of their father’s peerages, eg HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent.
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 Alexander, Duke of Fife (1849-1912)
The Rt Hon Agnes Georgina Elizabeth, Countess of Fife, née Lady Agnes Hay (second daughter of The Rt Hon William George (Hay), 18th Earl of Erroll, KT, PC, GCH, by his wife The Rt Hon Elizabeth, Countess of Erroll, née Lady Elizabeth Fitzclarence, third natural daughter of King William IV)
Princess Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise of Fife (Duchess of Fife)
Princess Maud Alexandra Victoria Georgina Bertha of Fife
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 Guardian | Their majesties regret...
Princess Anne (8) said that "after a great deal of consideration" she had to decline our request, and we were too scared to press the point.
His mother, Princess Margaret, had recently died (we had written to her too, and received a very polite letter from her private secretary saying no on grounds of ill health just a few days before she died) and his daughter has just been born.
Historians said they should; the princess said they were the private letters of a loving father to a devoted daughter; she ended the argument by burning most of the letters.
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 My Family
Martha of Sweden (Crown Princess), Astrid of Sweden (Princess), Carl Gustaf Oscar (Prince of Sweden).
Charlotte of Prussia (Princess) was born in 1798.
Dagmar of Denmark (Tsarina), Thyra of Denmark (Princess), Valdemar.
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 LADY MAUD DUFF
Her husband, the 11th Earl of Southesk, was educated at Eton College and recieved a commission in the Scots Guard.
During George VI's absence in Africa in 1943, the Countess of Southesk served as a Councillor of State.
Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk's only son, Lord Carnegie, succeded his aunt as 3rd Duke of Fife in 1959.
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 BRITISH PRINCESS PAST THE SURFACE, INTO THE DEPTHS OF INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This was a personal decision that was taken before the Earl and Countess married, and with the permission of the Queen.
In 2005, when Camilla_Parker_Bowles married HRH The Prince of Wales, she used the style ''Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall'' rather than ''Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales'', mainly due to the fact that the latter style was associated with Diana,_Princess_of_Wales, the Prince of Wales's first wife.
Daughters of sovereigns- HRH The Princess "X" Male-line granddaughters of sovereigns- HRH Princess "X" of "Y", where "Y" is the territorial designation of their father’s peerages, eg HRH Princess_Alexandra_of_Kent.
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 Duke of Fife biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
There have been two creations of the title, the first in 1887 and the second in 1900, both in favor of Sir Alexander Duff, 6th Earl Fife in the Peerage of Ireland and 1st Earl of Fife in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
The 1st Duke of Fife was the husband of Louise, Princess Royal and Duchess of Fife, the third child and eldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
Since Princess Alexandra's only son, Alastair Arthur Windsor, 2nd Duke of Connaught, had predeceased her, the dukedom passed to her nephew, Lord Carnegie, the son of Charles Carnegie, 11th Earl of Southesk, and his wife, Princess Maud, Countess of Southesk.
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 The Coronets of Members of the Royal Family and of the Peerage
Type III, is used for the sons of the heir apparent, since 9 February 1662; and for the daughters of heir apparent, since 19 November 1917; and formerly for the sons and daughters of sons of the Sovereign, from 1662 to 1917.
This is the style used by the Duke of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent, the Duchess of Gloucester, the Duchess of Kent, Prince Michael of Kent, Princess Michael of Kent, and Princess Alexandra of Kent.
The coronets of these princes and princesses are borne in place of any peerage coronet to which the holder may otherwise be entitled.
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 The world's top british princess websites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
However Lady Louise is entitled to the style of Her Royal Highness and titular dignity of Princess under the 30 November 1917 Letters Patent as a granddaughter of a Sovereign in the male line.
Male-line granddaughters of sovereigns- HRH Princess "X" of "Y", where "Y" is the territorial designation of their father’s peerages, eg HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent.
If her husband has a peerage, she may well be styled, HRH Princess X, and then the female equivalent of the peerage, for example HRH The Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyall or HRH Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone.
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