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Princess Victoria

(1786—1861) mother of Queen Victoria


'Princess Victoria' can also refer to...

Princess Victoria (1868—1935) .

331 The Princess Victoria

Princess Helena Victoria (1870—1948) .

Helena Victoria, Princess (1870-1948)

Victoria, Princess (1868-1935)

Victoria, Princess [Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld], duchess of Kent (1786-1861), mother of Queen Victoria

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

Athlone), (HRH Princess Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline); (Princess Alice, Countess of (1883 - 1981)

BURROWES, Arnold Robinson (1867 - 1949), Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers); retired pay

HILL, Felix Frederic (1860 - 1940), Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers)

Mountbatten, Victoria Alberta Elisabeth Mathilde Marie, marchioness of Milford Haven [formerly Princess Louis of Battenberg; née Princess Victoria of Hesse] (1863-1950), granddaughter of Queen Victoria

Victoria, princess royal (1840-1901), German empress, consort of Frederick III

Alice, Princess [Princess Alice of Albany], countess of Athlone (1883-1981), granddaughter of Queen Victoria and diplomatic service wife

Alice, Princess [married name Princess Louis of Hesse] (1843-1878), grand duchess of Hesse, consort of Louis IV, and daughter of Queen Victoria

POLLOK MORRIS, William (1867 - 1936), DL, JP; 18th Victoria Mary Princess of Wales’s Hussars

WYARD, Stanley (1887 - 1946), Physician to Princess Beatrice, The Royal Cancer Hospitals, and the Victoria Hospital for Children

SAUNDERS, Edwin (1814 - 1901), Dentist to HM Queen Victoria and TRH Prince and Princess of Wales (afterwards King Edward VII and Queen Alexandria)

Treaty for the Marriage of Prince Joseph of Portugal and Princess Marianna Victoria of Spain, signed at Madrid, 3 September 1727

WATTS, Weldon Patrick Tyrone (1897 - 1972), Hon. Surgeon, Royal Victoria Infirmary, since 1963; Consultant Surgeon: Royal Victoria Infirmary, 1947; Princess Mary Maternity Hospital, 1945; Shotley Bridge General Hospital, 1940; Hospital for Sick Children, 1927; retired, 1962

 
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