Princess Louise

(1848—1939) .

'Princess Louise' can also refer to...

Princess Marie Louise (1872—1956) .

Marie Louise, Princess (1872-1956)

Louise, Princess, duchess of Argyll (1848-1939)

Connaught), (HRH Princess Alexandra Victoria Alberta Edwina Louise; Princess Arthur of (1891 - 1959)

Louise, princess royal and duchess of Fife (1867-1931)

McMAHON, Bernard William Lynedoch (1865 - 1928), Equerry to Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll

Contract between Denmark and Hesse for the Marriage of Princess Louise of Denmark with Prince Carl of Hesse, signed at Friederichsburg, 25 August 1766

LEWIS, Frederick Gustav (1873 - 1967), Hon. Brig.-Gen.; Colonel TF, late 13th Princess Louise’s Kensington Battalion London Regiment

KIMBER, Edmund Gibbs (1870 - 1954), late 13th (County of London) Princess Louise’s Kensington Battalion, The London Regt, Territorial Force

AITKEN, Janet Kerr (1886 - 1982), retired; late Consulting Physician: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital; Princess Louise Kensington Hospital for Children; Mothers’ (Salvation Army) Hospital

ACKNER, Conrad A. (died 1976), Dental Surgeon to late Queen Maud of Norway and to the late Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll; naturalised British subject

SPROT, John (1830 - 1907), DL and JP Roxburghshire; reserve list; Hon. Colonel Princess Louise’s Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Contract of Marriage between Charles II, King of Spain, and the Princess Marie Louise, Daughter of Philippe, Brother of Louis XIV, King of France, signed at Fontainebleau, 30 August 1679

Treaty between Germany and Great Britain for the Marriage of H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught with Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia, signed at Berlin, 26 February 1879

Treaty between Denmark and Mecklenburg for the Marriage of Crown Prince Frederick to Princess Louise, Daughter of Duke Gustav Adolf, signed at Gustrow, 28 November 1695

Treaty between Belgium and France for the Marriage of the King of the Belgians with the Princess Louise of Orleans, signed at Paris, 28 July 1832

ADDISON, Oswald Lacy (1874 - 1942), Emeritus Surgeon, West London Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, Infants’ Hospital and Princess Louise Kensington Hospital for Children

HOULDSWORTH, Henry Hamilton (1867 - 1947), landed proprietor; member of various Councils and Committees; Major (retired), Princess Louise’s 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; Capt. Special Reserve

DOMVILLE, James (1842 - 1921), Senator since 1903; Chairman Select Standing Committee of Senate on Mineral Resources of Canada; Hon. Colonel 8th Princess Louise’s New Brunswick Hussars

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