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  1. Sophia Dorothea of Brunswick-Lüneburg-Celle (15 September 1666 – 13 November 1726) was the repudiated wife of future King George I of Great Britain. The union with George, her first cousin, was a marriage of state , arranged by her father George William , her father-in-law the Elector of Hanover , and her mother-in-law, Electress Sophia of ...

    • May 1727, Stadtkirche, Celle
    • Hanover
  2. Sophia Dorothea, German Sophie Dorothea, (born Sept. 13, 1666—died Nov. 23, 1726, Schloss Ahlden, Lower Saxony), wife of George Louis, elector of Hanover (George I of Great Britain), who accused her of infidelity and imprisoned her for 32 years.

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  3. May 10, 2017 · George Ludwig and Sophia Dorothea were married in the Chapel of Celle Castle. The couple lived at the Leine Palace in Hanover, and everyone hated poor Sophia Dorothea. She was constantly reprimanded for a lack of court etiquette, and loud violent arguments were often heard from their chambers.

  4. Mar 3, 2017 · Sophia Dorothea of Celle was born on 15 September 1666 as the daughter of George William, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and his mistress, Eleonore d’Esmier d’Olbreuse. Her parents officially married in 1676. On 22 November 1682, she married her cousin, George, Electoral Prince of Hanover, after reportedly shouting, “I will not marry the pig ...

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  6. Born on September 5, 1666, at Celle Castle, Germany; died on November 13, 1726, at Castle of Ahlden, Hanover, Germany; interred at Celle Church, Germany; daughter of George William, duke of Celle and Brunswick-Lüneberg, and his morganatic wife Eleanor Desmier (1639–1722); married George Louis of Hanover, later George I (1660–1727), king of Engla...

  7. Sophia Dorothea was born on 16 March 1687 ( O.S. ), in Hanover. She was the only daughter of George Louis of Hanover, later King George I of Great Britain, and his wife, Sophia Dorothea of Celle. She was detested by her elder brother, King George II of Great Britain. [3]

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