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Duchess of Gloucester


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Gloucester, Duchess of

Gloucester, Duchess of

Eleanor Cobham, duchess of Gloucester (c. 1400—1452)

Alice, Princess, duchess of Gloucester (1901-2004)

Cobham, Eleanor , duchess of Gloucester (c.1400–1452)

Eleanor [née Eleanor Cobham], duchess of Gloucester (c. 1400-1452), alleged sorcerer

SOUTHWARD, Nigel (Ralph) (born 1941), Apothecary to the Queen, Apothecary to the Household and to the Households of Princess Alice Duchess of Gloucester and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, 1975–2003

BLAND, Simon (Claud Michael) (born 1923), Extra Equerry to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, since 1989 (Comptroller, Private Secretary and Equerry, 1972–89); Extra Equerry to Princess Alice Duchess of Gloucester, 1989–2004 (Private Secretary and Comptroller, 1974–89)

MAXWELL-SCOTT, Jean (Mary Monica) (1923 - 2004), Lady in Waiting to HRH Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, since 1959

BARNE, Nicholas Michael Lancelot (born 1943), Extra Equerry to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, since 2004 (Private Secretary, Comptroller and Equerry, 1989–2004)

1005 [23] Great Stanhope Street, Bath, 23 July 1816 To H.R.H. the Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

1012 [23 Great Stanhope Street], Bath, 24 August 1816 To H.R.H. the Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

1196 [11 Bolton Street], 4 March 1819 To H.R.H. Princess Mary Duchess of Gloucester

1198 [11 Bolton Street], 6 March 1819 To H.R.H. Princess Mary Duchess of Gloucester

1202 [11 Bolton Street], 24 March 1819 To H.R.H. Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester

1196A. [11 Bolton Street, pre 4 March 1819] To H.R.H. Princess Mary Duchess of Gloucester

GUTTMANN, Ludwig (1899 - 1980), Emeritus Consultant, Stoke Mandeville Hospital; Director: National Spinal Injuries Centre, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury, 1944–66; Stoke Mandeville Sports Stadium for the Paralysed and other Disabled, since 1969; Consultant to: Duchess of Gloucester House (Ministry of Labour) 1950; Star and Garter Home for Ex-Servicemen, Richmond (Vice-President, 1976); Chasely Home for Ex-Servicemen, Eastbourne

 

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1 Dame Eleanor Cobham (d. 1454) practises sorcery against King Henry, The First Part of the Contention (2 Henry VI).

2 Eleanor de Bohun (d. 1399) appeals to Gaunt to avenge her husband's murder in Richard II 1.2.

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