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prince of Wales Arthur

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DENARO, Arthur George (born 1948), Extra Equerry to the Prince of Wales, since 2000

SOLLY-FLOOD, Arthur (1871 - 1940), Col of the 4/7th Royal Dragoon Guards, 1930; Colonel of The South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales’ Volunteers), 1926

ROBINS, Arthur (1834 - 1899), Rector of Holy Trinity, Windsor; Chaplain in ordinary to the Queen; Chaplain to HRH Prince of Wales; Chaplain to HM’s Household Brigade; chaplain to Lord Boston, Lord Rossmore, and Earl of Mansfield

WRIGHT, A(rthur) Dickson (died 1976), Senior Consulting Surgeon St Mary’s Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to Society for Propagation of the Gospel, Concert Artists Assoc. and British Railways

WHITING, Arthur John (died 1941), Consulting Physician to the Prince of Wales’s General Hospital, London, N; Consulting Physician to King Edward Memorial Cottage Hospital, Hendon, NW; Physician to the City Dispensary; Vice-President, late Hon. Secretary, Fellowship of Medicine and Post-Graduate Medical Association, London

ROCYN-JONES, Arthur (died 1972), Consulting Surgeon to Royal National Orthopædic Hospital, retired; Emeritus Consultant Orthopædic Surgeon: West End Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery; Fulham and Kensington Hospital Group; Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon to West Suffolk General Hospital, Glan Ely Hospital and to the Prince of Wales Hospital, Cardiff

GILES, Arthur Edward (1864 - 1935), retd Bt Major, RAMC; Past President, Section of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, Royal Society of Medicine; Past Master of the Drapers Company; consulting Gynæcologist, Prince of Wales’s General Hospital, Tottenham; Consulting Surgeon, Chelsea Hospital for Women; Consulting Surgeon to the Sutton (Surrey) Hospital, to the Wood Green Hospital, to the Epping Hospital, and to the Welwyn Hospital; Vice-Chairman of the Council of the East London College

 

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B. 19 Sept. 1486, elder s. of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York; m. Catherine, da. of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castile, 14 Nov. 1501; d. 2 Apr. 1502; bur. Worcester.

The birth of prince Arthur, so soon after Henry VII's marriage to Elizabeth of York, seemed the culmination of his attempt to reconcile the two great factions of Lancaster and York. The long-awaited marriage to Catherine of Aragon took place at St Paul's in November 1501, and the young couple set up court at Ludlow, where the prince was in nominal charge of the Council of the Marches. However, he died of consumption less than five months after marriage, and was buried in a special chantry in Worcester cathedral. Catherine's marriage to his younger brother Henry took place in June 1509.

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