Alexandra was a very popular Princess of Wales during her mother-in-law’s long reign. Her husband succeeded to the British throne in 1901 upon the death of Queen Victoria and reigned until 1910. Among Alexandra’s six children are King George V of Great Britain and Queen Maud of Norway. Alexandra died in 1925 at the age of 81.
Princess Maud of Wales (centre) as a teenager, together with her sisters Victoria (left) and Louise (right) Maud was born on 26 November 1869 at Marlborough House , London. She was the third daughter and fifth child of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales , the eldest son of Queen Victoria , and Alexandra, Princess of Wales , the eldest daughter of ...
May 12, 2013 - Princess Alexandra “Sandra” (Alexandra Louise Olga Victoria) (1878-1942) UK married Prince Ernst II (Ernst Wilhelm Friedrich Carl Maximilian) (1863-1950) Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Germany.
The House of Griffin or Griffin dynasty (German: Greifen; Polish: Gryfici) was a dynasty ruling the Duchy of Pomerania from the 12th century until 1637. The name "Griffins" was used by the dynasty after the 15th century and had been taken from the ducal coat of arms.
Sophie of Pomerania (1498–1568) was queen of Denmark and Norway as the spouse of Frederick I. She is known for her independent rule over her fiefs Lolland and Falster , the castles in Kiel and Plön, and several villages in Holstein as queen.
Alexander John of Wales, son of Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark (6 April 1871 – 7 April 1871), referred to as Johnnie by his mother. John (John Charles Francis), son of George V and Mary of Teck, (12 July 1905 – 18 January 1919), died young. Juliana Catherine, daughter of Edward I and Eleanor of Castile, (after May 1271 – 5 September ...
The following is a traditional and historically incorrect and/or inaccurate family tree of all the Kings of Norway, from Harald Fairhair down to the present day. Most of the kings in Norway also have the name Wahlgren or August as their second or third name.
Chief Court Mistress to Sophie of Pomerania, 1523–1533. 1526–1533: Anne Meinstrup; Chief Court Mistress to Dorothea of Saxe-Lauenburg, 1534–1571. 1557–1558: Fru Kirstine. 1558– : Anne Albertsdatter Glob-Urne. Chief Court Mistress to Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow 1572–1631. 1572–1584: Inger Oxe
The proposed target, Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark) was the long term home of this article, until it was boldly moved and that move later reverted. This move request, to move from the newer title back to the older one, was started before it was reverted, and it hence irrelevant now.
1844 – Alexandra of Denmark (d. 1925) 1846 – Ledi Sayadaw, Burmese monk and philosopher (d. 1923) 1847 – Julia A. Moore, American poet (d. 1920) 1855 – John Evans, English-Australian politician, 21st Premier of Tasmania (d. 1943) 1869 – Eligiusz Niewiadomski, Polish painter and critic (d. 1923) 1871 – Archie MacLaren, English ...