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  1. Prince Albert, Duke of York, and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon were married on 26 April 1923 in Westminster Abbey. The couple's wedding rings were crafted from 22 carat Welsh gold from the Clogau St David's mine in Bontddu. In the following years, the use of Clogau Gold within the wedding rings of the royal family became a tradition.

  2. Donate today to elect Elizabeth Crowley. PAID FOR BY ELIZABETH CROWLEY FOR STATE SENATE. P.O. Box 863816, Ridgewood, NY 11386 [email protected] Facebook-f Twitter ...

  3. Elizabeth York gave herself a smug pat on the back. It had pleased her no end to hear what her son's friend had said about her. Who wouldn't feel good about it. She was after all no spring chicken and whilst generally fit and healthy there were still times when she felt every one of her fifty seven years.

  4. Jul 26, 2022 · Why didn’t Elizabeth of York assume the throne? Yet Elizabeth was the undisputed heiress of Edward IV. A political poem of 1487 acknowledged that Edward IV's title had “fallen to our sovereign lady, Queen Elizabeth, his eldest daughter; to her is come all the whole monarchy.

  5. www.elizabethgeorgeonline.comElizabeth George

    Welcome to the official website of New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth George. Here you will find information on Elizabeth's novels, her interests and travels. Please bookmark this page and return often as we will be continually revising and updating ELIZABETHGEORGEONLINE.COM

  6. Elizabeth Blackwell, (born February 3, 1821, Counterslip, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England—died May 31, 1910, Hastings, Sussex), Anglo-American physician who is considered the first woman doctor of medicine in modern times. Elizabeth Blackwell was of a large, prosperous, and cultured family and was well educated by private tutors. Financial reverses and the family’s liberal social and ...

  7. Jun 02, 2022 · Elizabeth Brown wasn’t expecting to have to stand on a railing on the side of the Mall, near Clarence House, Prince Charles’ city residence. ... In 1997, Alan Cowell, then a New York Times ...

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