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|Sir Adolphus William Ward. Louisa Hollandina's sister Sophia, ' is now where she |
long was wished to be ' ; Sophia herself, in her very direct way, observed that, as
there was so little besides life left in her sister, there was the less to deplore in ...
|1659 Sophia of the Palatinate (1650-1714) l——l—l Charlotte t'eticius Henriette |
Wilhelmine Amalie (1671-1710). m. 1695 (1117:1757) (1675-1749. Rinaldo III of
m.1699loseph of Modena (1655-4737) Austria (1678-1711). Emperor 1705 | l l ...
|1659 Sophia of the Palatinate (1 63(%l 7 I 4) Sophia Dorothea = Georg Ludwig (|
1660-1727) Sophia Charlotte (1668-1705), (1662-1726) Elector of Hanover (
1698), as George I, m. 1684 Frederick I (1 657-1 713), m. 1682 king of England, ...
|SOPHIA, ELECTRESS OF HANOVER (1630–1714). Sophia, mother of King |
George I, was born in The Hague on 4 October 1630. Her father, Frederick V, was
elector palatine, so his daughter is sometimes known as Sophia of the Palatinate.
|The marriage in 1658 of the Elector Ernest August of Hanover to Sophia of the |
Palatinate, grand-daughter of James I of England, secured for the House of
Hanover the British succession in 1714, by virtue of the 1701 Act of Settlement in
|... Eleonore d.Olbreuse (16391722) Johann Friedrich (1621179) Ernst August (|
1629198) ruling Prince-bishop of Osnabriick (1661198), ruling Duke of
Calenberg (1679); Elector of Hanover (1692) m. 1659 Sophia of the Palatinate (
|On 15 November 1665, at the age of 26, Eléonore d'Olbreuse arrived in Celle in |
the entourage of Sophia of the Palatinate (1630—1714), a daughter of Elizabeth
Stuart and grand-daughter of James I of England.12 Sophia had at first viewed ...
|In 165K Ernest Augustus of Kalenberg married Sophia of the Palatinate, a |
granddaughter of James 1. This marriage eventually led to the Hanoverian
succession in England. (2) To frustrate the clause against union. Ernest Augustus
John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - 1898 - Read - More editions
|In order to understand the true sequence of events it is necessary to revert to the |
time when Sophia of the Palatinate, the later electress of Hanover and
acknowledged successor to the throne of England, was first of a marriageable