Anne Sunderland
Anne Sunderland
Lady Anne Churchill was the second daughter of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough and Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough. As her father was created a sovereign prince by the Holy Roman Emperor Joseph I, Anne was also a princess of the Holy Roman Empire and later of Mindelheim. Amongst her descendants are Sir Winston Churchill (from her son Charles), and Diana, Princess of Wales (from her son John).
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Piers Morgan and phone hacking - what his record really reveals - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
While at the NotW in 1994, he was publicly admonished by Rupert Murdoch for intruding into the privacy of Countess Spencer. At the Mirror, he was forced to apologise for the racist overtones of a 1996 headline, "Achtung! Surrender", prior to a football
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Piers Morgan faces renewed scrutiny over Desert Island Discs comments - The Guardian (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
In the first case, when editing the News of the World in 1995, he was admonished in public by Rupert Murdoch for intruding into the privacy of Countess Spencer. In the second case, in 2000, when editing the Mirror, he was obliged to carry a four-page
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Los Angeles Offers Visitors the Royal Treatment - Hospitality 1st (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... John Charles Spencer, Viscount Althorp, who later became Earl Spencer, as well as relatives Lady Elizabeth Spencer; Lady Caroline Spencer, later Viscountess Clifden; Lavinia, Countess Spencer; and Lord Henry Spencer and Lady Charlotte Spencer
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Looking back at how one man changed maternity services in Northampton - Northampton Chronicle & Echo
Google News - over 5 years
-It was opened by Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, and the official opening was also attending by the Earl of Athlone, William Barratt, Lord Hesketh, Earl and Countess Spencer and Mr Robert Watson. -In 1938, the Barratt was approved as a midwifery
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Earl Spencer marries charity worker - Belper News
Google News - over 5 years
Ms Gordon, who now has the official title of Countess Spencer, wore a white fitted lace wedding dress with a v-neck and carried a streaming bouquet of cream and white flowers. She wore her brunette hair loose, and a pair of delicate pearl earrings
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Princes William and Harry miss uncles wedding - FemaleFirst.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
He began dating Karen - who will now be known as Countess Spencer - shortly after ending his six-month engagement to Lady Bianca Eliot just weeks before they were due to marry. The new countess had two daughters from her former marriage to movie
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Diana's Brother Ties The Knot For Third Time - Sky News
Google News - over 5 years
Ms Gordon, who is the founder of the Whole Child International charity, now has the official title of Countess Spencer. The former model, who was born in Canada, donned a white fitted lace wedding dress with a v-neck and carried a streaming bouquet of ... - -
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Barbara Cartland, 98, Best-Selling Author Who Prized Old-Fashioned Romance, Dies
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Barbara Cartland, whose outpouring of more than 700 romance novels during seven decades made her the undisputed queen of a genre for hundreds of millions of readers the world over, died yesterday at her home near Hatfield in Hertfordshire, England. She was 98. Throughout her professional life, Dame Barbara possessed a most uncommon ability: she was
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CUTTINGS;Putting 'Sweet' Back in Sweet Peas
NYTimes - over 20 years
Peter Grayson has promised to name a sweet pea for me. I've been glowing ever since he phoned to tell me, but I'm mystified about how I qualified for the honor. Granted, I spend an embarrassing quantity of time fussing over sweet peas when the appropriate season draws nigh, but the hours devoted to those brittle, pale green, tendriled vines with
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NYTimes - almost 22 years
Another marriage with royal connections is unraveling. After six years of marriage and four children, the EARL OF SPENCER, 30, the brother of the Princess of Wales, and his wife, VICTORIA LOCKWOOD, a former model, have separated, The Evening Standard reported yesterday. Countess Spencer, 29, is in a clinic in Surrey fighting alcoholism and
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CUTTINGS; Midwinter Night's Dream: Fragrant Sweet Peas
NYTimes - about 23 years
I'VE been reading about sweet peas. How the English have been known to prepare beds full of manure and compost and wood ashes and roast beef (O.K., so it's just bone meal and blood meal) six feet deep to get these greedy, gorgeous vines to grow over their heads. So don't try to grow them on a fire escape in a pot with 12 inches of soil. If you have
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NYTimes - over 23 years
Oh, the tangled web we weave: RAINE SPENCER, stepmother of the Princess of Wales, was married to a French count yesterday, 15 months after the death of her second husband. Countess Spencer, 63, married Count JEAN-FRANCOIS DE CHAMBRUN, 57, in a civil ceremony. Her second husband, the 8th Earl Spencer, the Princess's father, died in March 1992.
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NYTimes - over 24 years
In London, Earl Spencer, the father of the Princess of Wales, left an estate valued at more than $145 million. But under the terms of the will, made public yesterday, the Princess is to receive only a few mementos and the proceeds from a trust. The Earl died of a heart attack on March 29. The Associated Press reported that DAVID ROBINSON, a senior
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NYTimes - almost 25 years
The eighth Earl Spencer, father of PRINCESS DIANA, was buried yesterday beside 19 generations of his family in the parish church near his home, Althorp (pronounced ALL-trop), in Northamptonshire, England. Princess Diana and PRINCE CHARLES were among the mourners at the service, along with Princess Diana's two sisters, Lady SARAH McCORQUODALE and
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The 8th Earl Spencer, 68, Dies; Father of the Princess of Wales
NYTimes - almost 25 years
Earl Spencer, father of Diana, Princess of Wales, died today at a hospital here. He was 68 years old. He died of a heart attack, a spokesman for Humana Wellington Hospital said. Lord Spencer had entered the hospital a week ago with pneumonia, but had been reported to be recovering. The Princess of Wales and her husband, Prince Charles, heir to the
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NYTimes - over 25 years
Dame BARBARA CARTLAND, the 90-year-old author of romance novels, is taking no chances on how her obituary will read: she has written it herself, 46 pages long, and distributed it, tied in pink ribbons, to newspaper libraries in Britain. Excerpts began appearing this week in British newspapers, even though Dame Barbara, who has just started writing
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ANTIQUES; BUYING BRITISH
NYTimes - over 31 years
The boom in English antiques - and the decorative arts and paintings that traditionally go well with them -continued at this year's Grosvenor House Antiques Fair. The bazaar, which ended its 10-day run here yesterday, offers some of the finest British wares sold annually on either side of the Atlantic and is viewed as a barometer of the British
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TRAVEL ADVISORY; A RETURN TO BATAAN; A DICKENSIAN HOLIDAY
NYTimes - over 32 years
Tour to Visit Battlegrounds Of Philippines Evoking a grim heroic past, the itinerary itself tells the story: Manila, Corregidor, Bataan, Lingayen Gulf, Baguio, Leyte. All these historic places will be visited during a return to the Philippines, where United States forces battled ashore on Oct. 20, 1944, to regain control of the islands from
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THE DRESS: SILK TAFFETA WITH SEQUINS AND PEARLS
NYTimes - over 35 years
For her long walk up the aisle that transformed her into a princess, Lady Diana Spencer, in the most romantic storybook tradition, wore a sequin-and-pearl-incrusted dress with a 25-foot train. Made of ivory silk taffeta produced by Britain's only silk farm, the dress was hand-embroidered with old lace panels on the front and back of the tightly
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland
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  • 1716
    She died at the age of 33, and was buried on April 24, 1716 in Brington, Northamptonshire.
    More Details Hide Details Anne, despite being a princess as a daughter of a sovereign prince, could not pass her Imperial titles to her children as the Empire operated Salic Law which prevented female succession.
  • 1702
    As a result of her marriage, Lady Anne Churchill was styled as Countess of Sunderland on September 28, 1702, but is not to be confused with her mother-in-law Anne Digby, also named Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland.
    More Details Hide Details The title of Duke of Marlborough passed over from her elder sister Henrietta to her son Charles.
    Her married name became Lady Spencer. She held the office of Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Anne from 1702 to 1712.
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  • 1700
    She married 2 January 1700, Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland and had five children:
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  • 1683
    Born in 1683.
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