|1||Queen||Victoria of Great Britain||1819||1901||Prince||Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1819||1861||See
28.61 - Victoria succeeded her uncle King William IV in 1837 who had died without any legitimate children.
A detailed report on the marriage of Victoria and Albert.
Prince Albert died from Typhoid most probably due to the inadequate plumbing at Windsor Castle.
Death Registration of Prince Albert (Prince Consort)
|1.1 - QVD||Princess||Victoria "Vicky" of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1840||1901||King||Friedrich III "Fritz" of Prussia||1831||1888||See
11.21 - Friedrich was also German Emperor and reigned only 98 days before succumbing to throat cancer.
A detailed report on the marriage of Victoria and Friedrich.
A report on the death of Victoria.
NY Times article reporting the death of Friedrich III
Birth Registration of Victoria (Princess Royal)
|1.2 - QVD||King||Edward VII of Great Britain||1841||1910||Princess||Alexandra of Denmark||1844||1925||See
2.2 - Alexandra suffered from an hereditary condition called otosclerosis which was the cause of increasing
deafness. Her mother Queen Luise was inflicted with the same deafness condition.
A long article covering the wedding of Prince Edward (later King Edward VII) and Princess Alexandra.
Birth Registration of King Edward VII
Death Registration of Queen Alexandra
|1.21 - QVD||Prince||Albert Victor "Eddy" of Great Britain (Duke of Clarence and Avondale)||1864||1892||Prince Albert Victor was firstly engaged to
Princess Helene of Orleans (daughter of Count of Paris), this engagement was broken off due to
difficulties in Princess Helene not being able to renounce her Roman Catholic religion. Albert was secondly engaged to Princess Mary of Teck and
following his death from pneumonia, Princess Mary subsequently married his brother King George V.
Birth Registration of Prince Albert Victor
The New York Times report on the death of Prince Albert Victor "Eddy" (Duke of Clarence and Avondale)
Another article on Prince Eddy's death and life . It was suggested in this article that Prince Eddy caught a severe cold from attending the funeral of Count Gleichen (Prince Viktor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg) who had died on 31 December 1891 just two weeks before Prince Eddy's own death.
Death Registration of Prince Albert Victor
|1.22 - QVD||King||George V of Great Britain||1865||1936||Princess||Mary "May" of Teck||1867||1953||See
Birth Registration of Prince Albert Frederick (later King George V) and Birth Registration of Princess Mary of Teck.
Death Registration of Queen Mary
|1.221 - QVD||King||Edward VIII "David" of Great Britain (Duke of Windsor)||1894||1972||Wallis Warfield-Simpson||1896||1986||Edward VIII abdicated on 10 December 1936 and was created Duke of Windsor on 8 March 1937|
|1.222 - QVD||King||George VI "Bertie" of Great Britain||1895||1952||Lady||Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon||1900||2002||Birth Registration of King George VI|
|1.2221 - QVD||Queen||Elizabeth II of Great Britain||1926||2022||Prince||Philip of Greece and Denmark (Duke of Edinburgh)||1921||2021||See
16.75 - Prince Philip renounced his rights to the Greek throne and was naturalised in Great Britain taking
the name of Mountbatten on 28 February 1947.
Birth Registration of Queen Elizabeth II. She was born at 17,Burton Street, Mayfair which was the London home of her grandfather Claude George Bowes-Lyon, 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. It was also from where her mother Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon set off for her marriage to the future King George VI.
The house was bombed during the blitz, the site is now occupied by an up market chinese restaurant.
A report on the wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
|1.22211 - QVD||King||Charles III of Great Britain||1948||Lady||Diana Spencer||1961||1997||Lady Diana died of injuries received in a
car crash5 in Paris.
Birth Registration of Prince Charles
|1.22211 - QVD||King||Charles III of Great Britain||1948||Camilla Parker Bowles||1947||Camilla, born Camilla Shand was divorced from Andrew Parker Bowles in January 1995. Following the marriage of Camilla to Prince Charles she is known as HRH The Duchess of Cornwall. When The Prince of Wales accedes to the throne, she will be known as HRH The Princess Consort.
The Queen gave consent to the proposed second marriage of Prince Charles and Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles at the
Privy Council Meeting on 2 March 2005.
Camilla via her mother Rosalind Shand (née Cubitt) is a great granddaughter of Alice Frederica Keppel, mistress of King Edward VII
|1.222111 - QVD||Prince||William of Great Britain (Prince of Wales))||1982||Catherine "Kate" Elizabeth Middleton||1982||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton at
the Privy Council Meeting on 09 February
On the day of William and Catherine "Kate" marriage (29th April 2011) it was announced by Buckingham Palace
"The Queen has today
been pleased to confer a Dukedom on Prince William of Wales. His titles will be Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Strathearn and Baron Carrickfergus.
Prince William thus becomes His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge and Miss Catherine Middleton on marriage will become Her Royal Highness The
Duchess of Cambridge".
Birth Registration of Prince William
|1.2221111 - QVD||Prince||George Alexander Louis of Cambridge (and of Great Britain)||2013|
|1.2221112 - QVD||Princess||Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge (and of Great Britain)||2015|
|1.2221113 - QVD||Prince||Louis of Cambridge (and of Great Britain)||2018|
|1.222112 - QVD||Prince||Henry "Harry" of Wales (and of Great Britain)||1984||Rachel "Meghan" Markle||1981||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Privy Council Meeting on 14 March 2018|
|1.2221121 - QVD||Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor||2019||Birth certificate of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor|
|1.2221122 - QVD||Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor||2021|
|1.22212 - QVD||Princess||Anne of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1950||Mark Phillips||1948||Birth Registration of Princess Anne|
|1.22212 - QVD||Princess||Anne of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1950||Timothy Laurence||1955|
|1.222121 - QVD||Peter Phillips||1977||Autumn Patricia Kelly||1978|
|1.2221211 - QVD||Savannah Phillips||2010|
|1.2221212 - QVD||Isla Elizabeth Phillips||2012|
|1.222122 - QVD||Zara Phillips||1981||Michael James Tindall||1978||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Zara Phillips and Michael Tindall at the Privy Council Meeting on 10 May 2011.|
|1.2221221 - QVD||Mia Grace Tindall||2014|
|1.2221222 - QVD||Lena Elizabeth Tindall||2018|
|1.2221223 - QVD||Lucas Philip Tindall||2021|
|1.22213 - QVD||Prince||Andrew of Great Britain (Duke of York)||1960||Sarah Ferguson||1959||Birth Registration of Prince Andrew|
|1.222131 - QVD||Princess||Beatrice of York (and of Great Britain)||1988||Edoardo Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi||1983||Birth Registration of Princess Beatrice|
|1.2221311 - QVD||Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi||2021|
|1.222132 - QVD||Princess||Eugenie of York (and of Great Britain)||1990||Jack Brooksbank||1986||Birth Registration of Princess Eugenie|
|1.2221321 - QVD||August Philip Hawke Brooksbank||2021|
|1.22214 - QVD||Prince||Edward of Great Britain (Earl of Wessex and Viscount Severn)||1964||Sophie Rhys-Jones||1965||At the time of their wedding it was decided, with the couple's agreement, that any children they have should not be
given the style His or Her Royal Highness, but would have courtesy titles as sons or daughters of an earl.
The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones at the Privy Council Meeting as published in The Edinburgh Gazette on Friday 30th April 1999.
Birth Registration of Prince Edward.
Birth Registration of Sophie Rhys-Jones
|1.222141 - QVD||Lady||Louise Windsor||2003||The situation regarding Lady Louise is extremely confusing. Strictly she was born a princess of Great Britain, but at the time of her parents marriage it was decided that any children would be given the courtesy title of sons or daughters of an Earl. The issue is further complicated as Louise has the surname Mountbatten-Windsor|
|1.222142 - QVD||James Alexander Philip Theo Mountbatten-Windsor (Viscount Severn)||2007|
|1.2222 - QVD||Princess||Margaret of Great Britain (Countess of Snowdon)||1930||2002||Antony Armstrong-Jones (Earl of Snowdon)||1930||2017|
|1.22221 - QVD||David Armstrong-Jones (2nd Earl of Snowdon)||1961||Serena Stanhope||1970||Birth Registration of David Armstrong-Jones|
|1.222211 - QVD||Charles Armstrong-Jones (Viscount Linley)||1999|
|1.222212 - QVD||Margarita Armstrong-Jones||2002|
|1.22222 - QVD||Lady||Sarah Armstrong-Jones||1964||Daniel Chatto||1957||Lady Sarah's husband was born with the name Daniel Chatto St. George Sproule (whose father Thomas C St. George Sproule was an actor using the stage name Thomas (or Tom) Chatto - Chatto being surname of his mother). Daniel in 1987 by Deed poll, legally changed his name to Daniel St. George Chatto.
The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones and Daniel Chatto at the Privy Council Meeting as published in The London Gazette on Monday 27th June 1994.
Birth Registration of Sarah Armstrong-Jones.
Birth Registration of Daniel Chatto (original surname Sproule)
|1.222221 - QVD||Samuel Chatto||1996|
|1.222222 - QVD||Arthur Chatto||1999|
|1.223 - QVD||Princess||Victoria Alexandra Alice "Mary" of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1897||1965||Henry Lascelles (6th Earl of Harewood)||1882||1947||Birth Registration of
Victoria Alexandra Alice "Mary" (Princess Royal)
Marriage Registration of Princess Victoria and Henry Lascelles.
A report on the wedding of Princess Victoria and Henry Lascelles
|1.2231 - QVD||George Lascelles (7th Earl of Harewood)||1923||2011||Maria Donata (Marion) Stein||1926||2014||Report on the wedding of the Earl of Harewood and Marion Stein.
Marion subsequently married the Liberal MP Jeremy Thorpe.
Birth Registration of George Lascelles
|1.2231 - QVD||George Lascelles (7th Earl of Harewood)||1923||2011||Patricia Elizabeth Tuckwell||1926||2018||The Telegraph's obituary of the
Earl of Harewood
Video: Ken Bates and Lesley Garrett join final goodbye to the Earl of Harewood
|1.22311 - QVD||David Lascelles (8th Earl of Harewood)||1950||Margaret Messenger||1948|
|1.22311 - QVD||David Lascelles (8th Earl of Harewood)||1950||Diane Jane Howse||1956|
|1.223111 - QVD||Lady||Emily Tsering Lascelles||1975||Matthew Shard||1975||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Emily Tsering Lascelles and Matthew Shard at the Privy Council Meeting on 12 February 2008.|
|1.2231111 - QVD||Isaac Shard||2008||Isaac and Ida are twins|
|1.2231112 - QVD||Ida Shard||2008||Isaac and Ida are twins|
|1.2231113 - QVD||Otis George Shard||2011|
|1.223112 - QVD||Benjamin Lascelles||1978||Carolina Velez Robledo||?||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Benjamin George Lascelles and Carolina Velez
(also known as Carolina Velez Robledo) at the
Privy Council Meeting on
11 February 2009.
A report of their wedding at Harewood House.
|1.2231121 - QVD||Mateo Lascelles||2013|
|1.223113 - QVD||Alexander "Orly" Lascelles (Viscount Lascelles)||1980||Annika Elizabeth Reed||1984|
|1.2231131 - QVD||Leo Cyrus Lascelles||2008||Leo's parents are Alexander "Orly" Lascelles and his ex-girlfriend Laleh Yeganegy. Please also see and scroll down to David Lascelles|
|1.2231132 - QVD||Ivy Teshima Lascelles||2018|
|1.223114 - QVD||Edward Lascelles||1982||Sophie Emma Cartlidge||1986||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Edward David Lascelles and Sophie Emma Cartlidge at the Privy Council Meeting on 11 February 2014.|
|1.2231141 - QVD||Sebastian Lascelles||2020|
|1.22312 - QVD||James Lascelles||1953||Fredericka Duhrsson||1954|
|1.22312 - QVD||James Lascelles||1953||Lori "Shadow" Lee||1954||2001|
|1.22312 - QVD||James Lascelles||1953||Joy Elias-Rilwan||1954||James Lascelles interesting Web Site is just a click away|
|1.223121 - QVD||Sophie Lascelles||1973||Timothy Pearce||1955||Sophie married on 11 June 2011 to an unknown businessman according to Royal Musings|
|1.2231211 - QVD||Lilianda Rose Pearce||2010|
|1.223122 - QVD||Rowan Lascelles||1977|
|1.223123 - QVD||Tanit Lascelles||1981|
|1.223124 - QVD||Tewa Lascelles||1985||Cynthia Ramirez||?|
|1.2231241 - QVD||(Baby Boy) Lascelles||2014||Not much details on the baby see|
|1.22313 - QVD||Jeremy Lascelles||1955||Julie Baylis||1957|
|1.22313 - QVD||Jeremy Lascelles||1955||Catherine Isobel Bell||1964||Birth Registration of Catherine Isobel Bell (shown as BELL, CATHERINE I.)|
|1.223131 - QVD||Thomas Lascelles||1982||Laura Bailey||?|
|1.2231311 - QVD||Cleo Lascelles||2017|
|1.2231312 - QVD||Celeste Lascelles||2020|
|1.223132 - QVD||Ellen Lascelles||1984|
|1.2231321 - QVD||Jack Marley Hermans||2016||Jack's parents are Ellen Lascelles and Michael G. Hermans|
|1.2231322 - QVD||Penny Moon Hermans||2018||Penny's parents are Ellen Lascelles and Michael G. Hermans|
|1.223133 - QVD||Amy Lascelles||1986|
|1.2231331 - QVD||Marlow Fox Bolton||2020||Marlow is the son of Amy Lascelles and her partner Matthew Michael Bolton|
|1.223134 - QVD||Tallulah Grace Lascelles||2005|
|1.22314 - QVD||Mark Lascelles||1964||Andrea Kershaw||1964|
|1.22314 - QVD||Mark Lascelles||1964||Judith Anne Kilburn||1964||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Mark Lascelles and Judith Anne Kilburn at the
Privy Council Meeting on 10 May 2011
The wedding of Mark Lascelles and Judith Kilburn took place on 16 July 2011 just one day after the funeral of Mark's father the Earl of Harewood at the Harewood estate.
|1.223141 - QVD||Charlotte Lascelles||1996|
|1.223142 - QVD||Imogen Lascelles||1998|
|1.223143 - QVD||Miranda Rose Lascelles||2000|
|1.2232 - QVD||Gerald Lascelles||1924||1998||Angela Dowding||1919||2007|
|1.2232 - QVD||Gerald Lascelles||1924||1998||Elizabeth Collingwood||1924||2006|
|1.22321 - QVD||Henry Ulick Lascelles||1953||Alexandra Morton||1953|
|1.22321 - QVD||Henry Ulick Lascelles||1953||Fiona Margaret Wilmott||?||The Queen gave consent to the proposed second marriage of Henry Ulick Lascelles and Fiona Margaret Wilmott at the
Privy Council Meeting on 10
A light-hearted report of their wedding can be found here.
|1.223211 - QVD||Maximillian Lascelles||1991|
|1.22322 - QVD||Martin David Lascelles||1962||Charmaine Christine Eccleston||1962||Martin Lascelles was born with the surname Colvin (which was a surname used by his mother Elizabeth Collingwood prior to her marriage to his Gerald Lascelles in 1978). In 1978 Martin's surname was legally changed to Lascelles.|
|1.223221 - QVD||Georgina Douet Lascelles||1988||Georgina's parents are Martin Lascelles and Carol Anne Douet|
|1.223222 - QVD||Alexandre Joshua Lascelles||2002|
|1.224 - QVD||Prince||Henry of Great Britain (Duke of Gloucester)||1900||1974||Lady||Alice Montagu Douglas Scott||1901||2004||A detailed report on the marriage of the
Duke of Gloucester and Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott.
Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott was a daughter of the 7th Duke of Buccleuch (& 9th Duke of Queensberry)
Birth Registration of Prince Henry shown as Henry William F. A. _Prince, Son Of The Duke Of York)
Birth Registration of Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott shown under surname Scott
|1.2241 - QVD||Prince||William of Gloucester (and of Great Britain)||1941||1972||Prince William was
killed in an aeroplane accident.
The "Accident Investigation Branch" report on the accident.
Birth Registration of Prince William shown under two separate entries with surnames Gloucester and Windsor.
Death Registration of Prince William
|1.2242 - QVD||Prince||Richard of Great Britain (Duke of Gloucester)||1944||Birgitte Eva van Deurs||1946||Birth Registration of Prince Richard shown under two separate entries with surnames Gloucester and Windsor.|
|1.22421 - QVD||Alexander Windsor (Earl of Ulster)||1974||Claire Alexandra Booth||1977||Birth Registration of Alexander Windsor (Earl of Ulster)|
|1.224211 - QVD||Xan Richard Anders Windsor (Lord Culloden)||2007|
|1.224212 - QVD||Lady||Cosima Rose Alexandra Windsor||2010|
|1.22422 - QVD||Lady||Davina Windsor||1977||Gary Lewis||1970||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Lady Davina Windsor and Gary Lewis at the Privy Council Meeting on 20 July 2004|
|1.224221 - QVD||Senna Lewis||2010|
|1.224222 - QVD||Tane Mahuta Lewis||2012|
|1.22423 - QVD||Lady||Rose Windsor||1980||George Edward Gilman||1982||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Lady Rose Victoria Birgitte Louise Windsor and George Edward Gilman at the
Privy Council Meeting on 12 December 2007.
Photographs of the wedding can be found here © Rex Features
|1.224231 - QVD||Lyla Gilman||2010|
|1.224232 - QVD||Rufus Gilman||2012|
|1.225 - QVD||Prince||George of Great Britain (Duke of Kent)||1902||1942||Princess||Marina of Greece and Denmark||1906||1968||See
16.43 - The Duke of Kent was
killed in an air crash when his Sunderland flying boat
into a mountainside as it headed from Invergordon in Scotland for Iceland where the Duke was to inspect Allied forces. Fifteen passengers were
killed in the air crash, with Flight Sergeant Andrew Jack the rear gunner and navigator being the sole survivor.
Birth Registration of Prince George shown as George of Wales Edward Alexander E (Prince).
A report on the wedding of the Duke of Kent and Princess Marina
|1.2251 - QVD||Prince||Edward of Great Britain (Duke of Kent)||1935||Katharine Worsley||1933||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Prince Edward,Duke of Kent and Katharine Worsley at the Privy Council Meeting as published in The London Gazette on Monday 28 th March 1961.
Birth Registration of Prince Edward shown as Kent, Edward G N P P.
A report on the wedding of the Duke of Kent and Katharine Worsley
|1.22511 - QVD||George Windsor (Earl of St Andrews)||1962||Sylvana Tomaselli||1957||Birth Registration of George Windsor|
|1.225111 - QVD||Edward Windsor (Baron Downpatrick)||1988|
|1.225112 - QVD||Lady||Marina Charlotte Windsor||1992|
|1.225113 - QVD||Lady||Amelia Windsor||1995|
|1.22512 - QVD||Lady||Helen Windsor||1964||Timothy Taylor||1963||Birth Registration of Helen Windsor|
|1.225121 - QVD||Columbus Taylor||1994|
|1.225122 - QVD||Cassius Taylor||1996|
|1.225123 - QVD||Eloise Taylor||2003|
|1.225124 - QVD||Estella Taylor||2004|
|1.22513 - QVD||Lord||Nicholas Windsor||1970||Paola Doimi de Frankopan||1969||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Lord Nicholas Windsor and Paola Doimi de Frankopan at the Privy Council Meeting on 10 October 2006. The couple married in a civil ceremony on 19 October 2006 in a London register office followed by a marriage in a religious ceremony on 4 November in the Church of Santo Stefano degli Abissini. in the Vatican. This is thought to be the the first marriage of a member of the British Royal Family to take place within the Vatican City State.|
|1.225131 - QVD||Albert Windsor||2007|
|1.225132 - QVD||Leopold Ernest Windsor||2009|
|1.225133 - QVD||Louis Arthur Nicholas Felix Windsor||2014|
|1.2252 - QVD||Princess||Alexandra of Kent (and of Great Britain)||1936||Sir||Angus Ogilvy||1928||2004||Birth Registration of Princess Alexandra and Birth Registration of Angus Ogilvy|
|1.22521 - QVD||James Ogilvy||1964||Julia Rawlinson||1964||Birth Registration of James Ogilvy|
|1.225211 - QVD||Flora Ogilvy||1994||Timothy Vesterberg||?|
|1.225212 - QVD||Alexander Ogilvy||1996|
|1.22522 - QVD||Marina Ogilvy||1966||Paul Mowatt||1962|
|1.225221 - QVD||Zenouska Mowatt||1990|
|1.225222 - QVD||Christian Mowatt||1993|
|1.2253 - QVD||Prince||Michael of Kent (and of Great Britain)||1942||Baroness||Marie-Christine von Reibnitz||1945||The official Web Site of Princess Michael of Kent|
|1.22531 - QVD||Lord||Frederick Windsor||1979||Sophie Winkleman||1980||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Lord Frederick Windsor and Sophie Winkleman at the
Privy Council Meeting on
10 June 2009.
Birth Registration of Lord Frederick Windsor
|1.225311 - QVD||Maud Elizabeth Daphne Marina Windsor||2013|
|1.225312 - QVD||Isabella Alexandra May Windsor||2016|
|1.22532 - QVD||Lady||Gabriella "Ella" Windsor||1981||Thomas Kingston||1979?|
|1.226 - QVD||Prince||John of Great Britain||1905||1919||John developed epilepsy when he was four years of age, which became more acute and he died following
a severe fit.
A report on the death of Prince John
Birth Registration of Prince John
Death Registration of Prince John
|1.23 - QVD||Princess||Louise Victoria "Toria" of Great Britain (Princess Royal)||1867||1931||Sir||Alexander Duff (1st Duke of Fife)||1849||1912||Princess Louise was created Princess Royal on 9 November
1905 by her father King Edward VII. Her two daughters Alexandra and Maud were also given the title of Princess with the style and attribute of
Highness on the same date.
Alexander Duff was 6 th Earl of Fife being created 1 st Duke of Fife (and a couple of months later also Earl of Macduff) on his marriage to Princess Louise.
An interesting report on Princess Louise and Duke of Fife following their marriage.
Alexander, his wife and two daughters were shipwrecked on 13 December 1911 when the Peninsular and Oriental liner Delhi, in which they were travelling to Egypt , struck the rocks off Cape Spartell.
Alexander subsequently fell ill with pleurisy and died on 29 January 1912 in Aswan, Egypt.
Alexander's maternal grandmother Lady Elizabeth FitzClarence (1801-1856) wife of William Hay (18th Earl of Erroll) was a daughter of King William IV of United Kingdom from his liaison with Dorothea Jordan (née Bland)
|1.231 - QVD||Stillborn Son (son of Princess Louise Victoria of Great Britain (Princess Royal) and Alexander Duff (1st Duke of Fife))||1890||1890|
|1.232 - QVD||Princess||Alexandra of Great Britain (2nd Duchess of Fife)||1891||1959||Prince||Arthur of Connaught (and of Great Britain)||1883||1938||See
1.72 - Alexandra was previously Lady Alexandra Duff and was given the title of
Princess with the style and attribute of Highness on 9 November 1905 by her grandfather King Edward VII.This coincided with her mother Princess Louise being created Princess Royal by King Edward VII.
Birth Registration of Alexandra although it actually shows her name as "Female Duff"
|1.233 - QVD||Princess||Maud of Great Britain||1893||1945||Charles Alexander Carnegie (11 th Earl of Southesk)||1893||1992||Maud was previously Lady Alexandra Duff and was given the title of
Princess with the style and attribute of Highness on 9 November 1905 by her grandfather King Edward VII - she reverted to Lady after her marriage.This coincided with her mother Princess Louise being created Princess Royal by King Edward VII.
Birth Registration of Maud although it actually shows her name as "Female (Lady) Duff".
A report on the marriage of Princess Maud and Lord Carnegie
|1.2331 - QVD||James Carnegie (3rd Duke of Fife)||1929||2015||Caroline Dewar||1934||Birth Registration of
Obituary on James Carnegie, Duke of Fife
|1.23311 - QVD||Stillborn Son (son of Caroline Dewar and James Carnegie (3rd Duke of Fife))||1958||1958|
|1.23312 - QVD||Lady||Alexandra Carnegie||1959||Mark Fleming Etherington||1952||Birth Registration of Alexandra Carnegie|
|1.233121 - QVD||Amelia Mary Carnegie Etherington||2001|
|1.23313 - QVD||David Charles Carnegie (4th Duke of Fife)||1961||Caroline Bunting||1961||Birth Registration of David Carnegie|
|1.233131 - QVD||Charles Carnegie (Earl of Southesk)||1989||Camille Ascoli||1990|
|1.2331311 - QVD||Lady||Chloé Françoise Carnegie||2022||See brief announcement in the The Times|
|1.233132 - QVD||George Carnegie||1991|
|1.233133 - QVD||Hugh Carnegie||1993|
|1.24 - QVD||Princess||Victoria "Toria" of Great Britain||1868||1935|
|1.25 - QVD||Princess||Maud of Great Britain||1869||1938||King||Haakon VII of Norway||1872||1957||See
2.12 & 15 - Haakon was previously Prince Carl of Denmark and was elected King of Norway 18 November 1905 following a
plebiscite on 12/13 November 1905 (260,000 voted for a Monarchy with 10,100 votes against).
The New York Times report of the wedding of King Haakan (was Prince Carl at the time)and Princess Maud at Buckingham Palace.
Report on the death of King Haakan.
Queen Maud died in London on 20 November 1938 having undergone an abdominal operation a few days earlier on 16 November.
Death Registration of Queen Maud
|1.26 - QVD||Prince||Alexander John of Great Britain||1871||1871||Alexander John was born prematurely and died the following day.
Birth Registration of Prince Alexander John and the
Death Registration of Prince Alexander John
A detailed report on the funeral of Prince Alexander John
|1.3 - QVD||Princess||Alice of Great Britain||1843||1878||Grand Duke||Ludwig IV of Hesse and by Rhine||1837||1892||See
5.121 - Alice died after contracting diphtheria from her son Ernst (he subsequently made a
Birth Registration of Princess Alice
|1.4 - QVD||Prince||Alfred "Affie" of Great Britain (Duke of Edinburgh and later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)||1844||1900||Grand Duchess||Marie of Russia||1853||1920||See
4.916 - Alfred succeeded to the Dukedom of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha on 22 August 1893 on the death of his Uncle
Duke Ernst II of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
When he was eighteen he was offered the throne of Greece on the abdication of
King Otto, but refused it owing to the opposition of the British Government for political reasons.
Birth Registration of Prince Alfred
The New York Times report on the death Prince Alfred (Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha)
|1.41 - QVD||Prince||Alfred of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1874||1899||It is quite likely that Prince Alfred shot himself and died soon afterwards from the wounds
received. Alfred had squandered large amounts of money at cards and was also implicated in
various gambling transactions. This had affected his health and mind and during the middle of his parents silver wedding he was sent off to a
sanitarium in Austria where he more or less died alone.
Birth Registration of Prince Alfred
|1.42 - QVD||Princess||Marie "Missy" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1875||1938||King||Ferdinand I "Nando" of Roumania||1865||1927||See
Birth Registration of Princess Marie "Missy" of Edinburgh
A report on the death of Queen Marie
|1.43 - QVD||Princess||Victoria Melita "Ducky" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1876||1936||Grand Duke||Ernst Ludwig of Hesse and by Rhine||1868||1937||See
5.1214 - Ernst lost his throne on 8 November 1918 when Hesse was proclaimed a Republic.
The New York Times Report on the wedding of Ernst Ludwig and Victoria Melita
|1.43 - QVD||Princess||Victoria Melita "Ducky" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1876||1936||Grand Duke||Cyril of Russia||1876||1938||See
4.9142 - Cyril was banished from Russia by his cousin Nicholas II following his marriage to the divorced
Victoria Melita in 1905. They were allowed to return to Russia and their marriage and Victoria Melita's status as a Grand Duchess was officially
recognised in July 1907. Victoria Melita took the name "Victoria Feodovovna " on her marriage. Cyril issued a manifesto on 31 August 1924 in which he
assumed the title of Emperor of all the Russias.
A report on the death of the then Grand Duchess Victoria Feodovovna
|1.44 - QVD||Princess||Alexandra "Sandra" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1878||1942||Prince||Ernst of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (7 th Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg)||1863||1950||See
39.331 - Ernst was appointed Regent of the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (from 1900 to 1905) during the minority of
Prince Charles Edward
The New York Times report of the wedding of Prince Ernst and Princess Alexandra.
In 1899 Prince Ernst and Princess Alexandra were on their way to Balmoral to visit "grandmama" Queen Victoria and were passengers in a train which had just arrived at Perth Station when it was shunted in the rear by another train.
|1.45 - QVD||Stillborn Son (son of Grand Duchess Marie of Russia and Prince Alfred of Great Britain (Duke of Edinburgh and later of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha))||1879||1879|
|1.46 - QVD||Princess||Beatrice "Baby Bee" of Edinburgh (Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) (and of Great Britain)||1884||1966||Prince||Alfonso de Orléans y de Borbón (5th Duke of Galliera) Infante of Spain||1886||1975||See
13.J81 - Alfonso was also Infante of Spain.
Birth Registration of Princess Beatrice
|1.5 - QVD||Princess||Helena Augusta Victoria "Lenchen" of Great Britain||1846||1923||Prince||Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg||1831||1917||See
Christian lost an eye when he was accidentally shot in the face by his brother-in law the Duke of Connaught during a Sandringham shooting party in 1891.
Birth Registration of Princess Helena
Death Registration of Princess Helena
|1.6 - QVD||Princess||Louise of Great Britain||1848||1939||John Campbell (9th Duke of Argyle)||1845||1914||Birth Registration of
Death Registration of Princess Louise
|1.7 - QVD||Prince||Arthur of Great Britain (1st Duke of Connaught)||1850||1942||Princess||Luise Margarete of Prussia||1860||1917||See
11.514 - Arthur was the notional next heir to the Dukedom of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha but declined the
honour in favour of his nephew Prince Charles Edward.
Princess Luise died from bronchial pneumonia
Birth Registration of Duke of Connaught
Death Registration of Duchess of Connaught
Death Registration of Duke of Connaught
|1.71 - QVD||Princess||Margaret "Daisy" of Connaught (and of Great Britain)||1882||1920||King||Gustaf VI Adolf of Sweden||1882||1973||See
3.1311 - Margaret, who had had ear trouble in January 1920 followed by chicken pox and in late April
1920 a severe chill,
died on 1 May
1920. At the time of her death she was expecting her sixth child in June.
Birth registration of Princess Margaret
|1.72 - QVD||Prince||Arthur of Connaught (and of Great Britain )||1883||1938||Princess||Alexandra of Great Britain (2nd Duchess of Fife)||1891||1959||See
1.232 - Alexandra was previously Lady Alexandra Duff and was given the title of
Princess with the style and attribute of Highness on 9 November 1905 by her grandfather King Edward VII.This coincided with her mother Princess Louise being created Princess Royal by King Edward VII.
Birth Registration of Alexandra although it actually shows her name as "Female Duff"
|1.721 - QVD||Prince||Alastair of Great Britain (2nd Duke of Connaught)||1914||1943||Report on the death of
Alastair, Duke of Connaught.
Alastair was styled as Earl of Macduff from 1917 until 1942 when he succeeded as Duke of Connaught.
According to Wikipedia Alastair died at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, where he had been a guest of the Earl of Athlone and Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone. The circumstances of his death were somewhat unusual: he apparently fell asleep or passed out in front of an open window and perished from hypothermia during the night.
|1.73 - QVD||Princess||Patricia "Patsy" of Connaught (and of Great Britain)||1886||1974||Sir||Alexander Ramsay||1881||1972||
Patricia relinquished her title of Princess in 1919 and was known as Lady Patricia Ramsay.
Birth Registration of Patricia
Death Registration of Patricia (Lady Ramsay)
|1.731 - QVD||Alexander Arthur Ramsay||1919||2000||Flora Fraser (21 st Baroness Saltoun)||1930||
Alexander was allowed to add the designation "of Mar" to his name by the Lord Lyon King of Arms in 1959.
A number of sources, in particular Debrett's Peerage & Baronetage 2000 and Marlene Eilers Queen Victoria's Descendants (Edition 2 1997) plus a number of internet web sites show Flora Fraser as 20th Baroness Saltoun. This is incorrect, Flora Fraser is 21st Lady/Baroness Saltoun as listed in BURKE'S PEERAGE (106th Edition). A fuller description of the reason for this confusion can be found at the Web Site of Lady Saltoun Chief of the whole name and Arms of Fraser.
Obituary on Captain Alexander Ramsay of Mar
|1.7311 - QVD||Katharine Fraser||1957||Mark Nicolson||1954||Katharine took the surname Fraser by Warrant of Lord Lyon King of Arms in 1973. Her elder daughter Louise also used this surname until Louise's brother Alexander was born, when she ceased to use the surname and her brother used it.|
|1.73111 - QVD||Louise Nicolson||1984||Charles Morshead||1981||The Queen gave consent to the proposed marriage of Louise Nicolson and Charles Morshead at the Privy Council Meeting on 12 December 2012. This consent to the marriage is somewhat unique in that it is the last such consent under The Royal Marriages Act 1772 (which provides that, subject to certain exceptions, a descendant of King George II may marry only with the consent of the Sovereign) . The Royal Marriages Act 1772 was repealed on 25 April 2013 when the Queen signed the replacement Succession to the Crown Act 2013 in which only one of the 6 persons next in the line of succession to the Crown must obtain the consent of Her Majesty before marrying.|
|1.731111 - QVD||Rory Thomas Malise Morshead||2015|
|1.731112 - QVD||Frederick Charles Merlin Morshead||2018|
|1.73112 - QVD||Juliet Nicolson||1988||Simon Alexander Rood||1985|
|1.731121 - QVD||Albert Alexander Gordon Rood||2018|
|1.731122 - QVD||Edmund Walter Nicolson Rood||2020|
|1.73113 - QVD||Alexander Fraser||1990||Alexander's surname is Fraser not Nicolson|
|1.7312 - QVD||Alice Ramsay||1961||David Ramsey||1960|
|1.73121 - QVD||Alexander Ramsey||1991|
|1.73122 - QVD||Victoria Ramsey||1994|
|1.73123 - QVD||George Ramsey||1995||George and Oliver are Twins|
|1.73124 - QVD||Oliver Ramsey||1995||George and Oliver are Twins|
|1.7313 - QVD||Elizabeth Ramsay||1963|
|1.8 - QVD||Prince||Leopold of Great Britain (Duke of Albany)||1853||1884||Princess||Helene of Waldeck-Pyrmont||1861||1922||See
42.5 - Leopold suffered from haemophilia and went to Cannes on doctor's orders in February 1884.
His wife, pregnant at the time, stayed home but urged him to go. On March 27 he slipped and fell in the Yacht Club in Villa Nevada Cannes, in France,
injuring his knee and he died in the early hours of the next morning.
NY Times report of Leopold and Helene's Wedding
|1.81 - QVD||Princess||Alice of Albany (and of Great Britain)||1883||1981||Earl||Alexander "Alge" of Athlone||1874||1957||See
22.2624 - Alexander was born Prince Alexander of Teck and relinquished his German titles and those of his family on 14 July 1917 and took the family name of Cambridge and was created Earl of Athlone on 16 July 1917.
Birth Registration of Prince Alexander of Teck
Death Registration of Alexander, Earl of Athlone
|1.82 - QVD||Prince||Charles Edward "Charlie" (Duke of Albany and later Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha as Carl Eduard) (and of Great Britain)||1884||1954||Princess||Viktoria Adelheid of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg||1885||1970||See
35.421 - Charles succeeded to the
Dukedom of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha on the death of his uncle Prince Alfred and abdicated his throne in 1918. Prince Charles who was born posthumously was a fervent
Nazi supporter and after the second World War he was placed in an internment camp followed by a life of seclusion.
Channel4 programme on Prince Charles Edward "British prince who became a convicted Nazi".
The King gave consent to the proposed marriage of Charles Edward (Duke of Albany) and Viktoria Adelheid at the Privy Council Meeting on 27 February 1905.
Birth Registration of Charles Edward (Duke of Albany)
Death report of Charles Edward
|1.821 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Johann Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1906||1972||Baroness||Feodora von der Horst||1905||1991|
|1.821 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Johann Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1906||1972||Maria Theresia Reindl||1908||1996|
|1.8211 - QVD||Marianne Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1933||Michael Nielsen||1923||1975|
|1.82111 - QVD||Margarete Nielsen||1954||Sascha Guttler||1956|
|1.821111 - QVD||Diana-Kyra Guttler||1992|
|1.821112 - QVD||Grischa-Alexander Guttler||1994|
|1.82112 - QVD||Renate Nielsen||1957||Wolfgang Willi Reinhard Biechert||1947|
|1.82112 - QVD||Renate Nielsen||1957||Jorg Bracker||1955|
|1.8212 - QVD||Ernst Leopold Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1935||1996||Ingeborg Henig||1937|
|1.8212 - QVD||Ernst Leopold Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1935||1996||Monika Pfeiffer||1938|
|1.8212 - QVD||Ernst Leopold Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1935||1996||Sabine Biller||1941||1996||Ernst and his wife Sabine Biller committed suicide (archived copy, original seems to be no longer available). The Independent report on the suicide.|
|1.82121 - QVD||Hubertus Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1961||Barbara Weissmann||1959||Hubertus is vested with the right to petition under the Titles Deprivation Act, 1917, for the restoration of the suspended Dukedom of Albany and other subsidiary titles.|
|1.821211 - QVD||Sebastian Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1994|
|1.82122 - QVD||Victoria Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1963||Peter Schmitt||1954||Peter Schmitt legally changed his surname to Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha which is allowed under German law. This gives the impression that his son Falk is a Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|
|1.82122 - QVD||Victoria Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1963||Gerd Armbrust||1954|
|1.821221 - QVD||Falk Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1990||Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha is the surname of Falk which can lead to the impression that he is a Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|
|1.82123 - QVD||Ernst-Josias Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1965||2009||Birgit Meissner||1965|
|1.821231 - QVD||Sophie Alexandra Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||2000|
|1.82124 - QVD||Carl-Eduard Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1966||Miriam Stephanie Kolo||1968|
|1.821241 - QVD||Emilia Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1999|
|1.821242 - QVD||Johanna Carlotta Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||2004|
|1.82125 - QVD||Ferdinand-Christian Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1968||Erika Ostheimer||1956|
|1.821251 - QVD||Nicolaus Ferdinand-Christian Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1987|
|1.82126 - QVD||Alice-Sibylla Prinzessin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1974||Gerold Reiser||1956|
|1.821261 - QVD||Mathias Reiser||1999|
|1.821262 - QVD||Carolin Reiser||2000|
|1.8213 - QVD||Peter Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1939||Roswitha Breuer||1945||2013|
|1.82131 - QVD||Peter Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1964||Kathrin Kemper||1962|
|1.82131 - QVD||Peter Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1964||Johanna Thompson||1977|
|1.821311 - QVD||Malte Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1990|
|1.82132 - QVD||Malte Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||1966||Nicola von Seydiltz-Kurzbach||1967|
|1.821321 - QVD||Albert Nicolas Prinz von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha||2011|
|1.822 - QVD||Princess||Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1908||1972||Hereditary Prince||Gustaf Adolf "Edmund" of Sweden (Duke of Vasterbotten)||1906||1947||See 3.13111 - Gustaf was killed in an aeroplane accident Kastrup near Copenhagen, Denmark. He was returning to Stockholm from a visit to Princess (later Queen) Juliana and Prince Bernard of the Netherlands. All 22 people aboard the plane (16 passengers and six crew members) were killed when the plane crashed just after take-off from Kastrup Airport (now called Copenhagen Airport) following a routine stop|
|1.823 - QVD||Prince||Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1909||1943||Hubertus was killed in action near Mosty, Russia|
|1.824 - QVD||Princess||Karoline Mathilde "Calma" of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1912||1983||Count||Friedrich-Wolfgang of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1906||1940||Friedrich-Wolfgang went missing in action over Portland, England in July 1940 and officially declared dead in November 1946. Friedrich-Wolfgang marriage to Karoline Mathilde was annulled in 1938 and he subsequently married his first cousin Countess Elisabeth of Castell-Rüdenhausen (1914-2011) in 1939.|
|1.824 - QVD||Princess||Karoline Mathilde "Calma" of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1912||1983||Max Schnirring||1895||1944||Max Schnirring was killed in a flying accident. Max Schnirring was an aviator notably a test pilot and set a number of flying world records. On 06 July 1944 during a test flight Max crashed in a field near the town of Parow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany (normally shown as Stralsund, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany). He died a day later .
An interesting article on Max Schnirring together with a photograph of his gravestone in the cemetery at Parow. The gravestone is showing "verunglückt 6 Juli 1944", verunglückt translates as "had an accident", on this basis I'm assuming the gravestone is showing when Max had his flying accident rather than the date of death.
|1.824 - QVD||Princess||Karoline Mathilde "Calma" of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1912||1983||Karl Otto Andree||1912||1984|
|1.8241 - QVD||Count||Bertram of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1932||Countess||Felizitas von Auersperg||1944|
|1.82411 - QVD||Count||Dominik of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1965|
|1.824111 - QVD||Lenz Galambos||1999||Lenz's parents are Count Dominik and Yvette Galambos|
|1.82412 - QVD||Count||Michael of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1967|
|1.8242 - QVD||Count||Conradin of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1933||2011||Marta Lonegren||1939|
|1.82421 - QVD||Countess||Anne-Charlotte of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1962||Martti Rappu||1963|
|1.824211 - QVD||Henrik of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1982||Henrik's parents are Countess Anne-Charlotte and Tommy Aler|
|1.824212 - QVD||Patrick Rappu||1987|
|1.824213 - QVD||Richard Rappu||1989|
|1.824214 - QVD||Fredrik Rappu||1990|
|1.82422 - QVD||Count||Carl-Eduard of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1964||Lisbeth Marie Rauning||1969|
|1.824221 - QVD||Countess||Sarah of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1999|
|1.824222 - QVD||Count||Marcus Wilhelm Friedrich of Castell-Rüdenhausen||2004|
|1.8243 - QVD||Countess||Victoria of Castell-Rüdenhausen||1935||Sir||John Miles Huntington-Whiteley (4th baronet)||1929||2019||John is a grandson (via his mother Lady Pamela Margaret Baldwin) of British Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin|
|1.82431 - QVD||Louise Huntington-Whiteley||1961||Charles Percy Sewell||1958|
|1.824311 - QVD||Henry "Harry" Sewell||1988|
|1.824312 - QVD||Benjamin "Benjy" Sewell||1990|
|1.82432 - QVD||Beatrice Huntington-Whiteley||1962||Andrew Grant||1945|
|1.824321 - QVD||Frederik Grant||1999|
|1.824322 - QVD||Ludovic Grant||2002|
|1.82433 - QVD||Sir||Leopold Huntington-Whiteley (5th baronet)||1965|
|1.8244 - QVD||Calma Schnirring||1938||Richard Darrell Berger||1941|
|1.8244 - QVD||Calma Schnirring||1938||James Cook||1940|
|1.82441 - QVD||Sascha Berger||1960||Gina Goodwin||1957|
|1.82441 - QVD||Sascha Berger||1960||Bonita Isabelle Oden||1952||Bonita and Belinda, the respective second and third wives of Sascha are sisters|
|1.82441 - QVD||Sascha Berger||1960||Belinda "Lindy" Oden||1955||Bonita and Belinda, the respective second and third wives of Sascha are sisters|
|1.824411 - QVD||Tristan Berger||1984||Heather Rose Davis||?||Tristan and Nicole are twins|
|1.8244111 - QVD||Fritz Berger||2008|
|1.8244112 - QVD||Zane Berger||2010|
|1.824412 - QVD||Nicole Berger||1984||Tristan and Nicole are twins|
|1.8244121 - QVD||"Mikaia" son of Nicole Berger and ?||?|
|1.82442 - QVD||Richard Darrel Berger Jr||1962||Gypsy Dianna Wheeler||1956||Richard has a personal Web Site accessed
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|1.82442 - QVD||Richard Darrel Berger Jr||1962||Ronda Rae Ross||1961|
|1.82442 - QVD||Richard Darrel Berger Jr||1962||Monica Neidhardt||?|
|1.824421 - QVD||Richard Jonathan Berger||1984|
|1.824422 - QVD||Rachel Berger||2000|
|1.824423 - QVD||Riley Emily Berger||2001|
|1.82443 - QVD||Victor Berger||1963||Sylvia Dianne McKinney||1955|
|1.82443 - QVD||Victor Berger||1963||Brenda Russell||1964|
|1.824431 - QVD||Mary Katherine "Katie" Berger||1985||Donald Jacobs Jr||?|
|1.82444 - QVD||Samuel Berger||1965|
|1.82445 - QVD||Wesley Berger||1967||Kristine Okamoto||1968||A not to serious article from the Mail Online relating to how Wesley is 309 in line to the Royal succession|
|1.824451 - QVD||Maximilian Berger||2001|
|1.82446 - QVD||David Cook||1968||Constane Mueller||1967||David Berger legally changed his surname to Cook in 1988|
|1.82447 - QVD||Joi Cook||1981||Brian Wolf||?||Joi Cook is the adopted daughter of Calma Schnirring and her husband James Cook|
|1.8245 - QVD||Dagma Schnirring||1940||Heinrich Walz||1937|
|1.8245 - QVD||Dagma Schnirring||1940||Eberhard Schäl||1945|
|1.82451 - QVD||Maria-Valesca Walz||1965|
|1.82452 - QVD||Larissa Walz||1967||Takis Panajotakulas||?|
|1.82452 - QVD||Larissa Walz||1967||George Evagellatos||1968|
|1.824521 - QVD||Alexandria Evagellatos||1999||1999|
|1.824522 - QVD||Amilia Sophia Evagellatos||2002|
|1.8246 - QVD||Michael Schnirring||1943||1966|
|1.825 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich-Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1918||1998||Countess||Viktoria-Luise of Solms-Baruth||1921||2003||See 35.4261|
|1.825 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich-Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1918||1998||Denyse de Muralt||1923||2005|
|1.825 - QVD||Prince||Friedrich-Josias of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1918||1998||Katrin Bremme||1940||2011|
|1.8251 - QVD||Prince||Andreas of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1943||Carin Dabelstein||1946||Prince Andreas is the present Head of the Princely House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha|
|1.82511 - QVD||Princess||Stephanie of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1972||Jan Stahl||1968|
|1.82512 - QVD||Hereditary Prince||Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1975||Kelly Rondestvedt||1975|
|1.825121 - QVD||Princess||Katharina Victoria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||2014|
|1.825122 - QVD||Prince||Philipp Hubertus of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||2015|
|1.825123 - QVD||Princess||Madeleine Aurelia of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||2017|
|1.82513 - QVD||Prince||Alexander of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1977|
|1.8252 - QVD||Princess||Claudia of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1949||2016||Gion Schäfer||1945|
|1.82521 - QVD||Christina Schäfer||1972||Guido Martens||1964|
|1.825211 - QVD||Gian Martens||2001|
|1.825212 - QVD||Aimée Martens||2003|
|1.825213 - QVD||Louis Martens||2006|
|1.82522 - QVD||Gianetta Schäfer||1975||Andreas Bitsche||?|
|1.8253 - QVD||Princess||Beatrice of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1951||Prince||Friedrich-Ernst "Fried" of Saxe-Meiningen||1935||2004||See 29.31662|
|1.8254 - QVD||Prince||Adrian of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1955||2011||Lea Rinderknecht||1960||Prince Adrian uses the surname Coburg and his two sons are registered with this surname|
|1.8254 - QVD||Prince||Adrian of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||1955||2011||Gertrud Krieg||1958||Prince Adrian uses the surname Coburg and his two sons are registered with this surname|
|1.82541 - QVD||Prince||Simon of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha "Simon Coburg"||1985|
|1.82542 - QVD||Prince||Daniel of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha "Daniel Coburg"||1988||Eileen Chen||?|
|1.825421 - QVD||Prince||Chadwick of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||2018|
|1.825422 - QVD||Princess||Chloe of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha||2020|
|1.9 - QVD||Princess||Beatrice of Great Britain||1857||1944||Prince||Henry "Liko" of Battenberg||1858||1896||See
5.144 - Prince Henry died from malaria fever contracted in Africa whilst participating in the
Ashanti expedition and died at sea. His body was preserved in rum and brought back to England for burial in
St Mildred's Church, Whippingham, Isle of Wight.
Birth Registration of Princess Beatrice
Marriage Registration of Princess Beatrice and Prince Henry
Death Registration of Princess Beatrice