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The Princess Elizabeth was a member of the British Royal Family, the seventh child and third daughter of King George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. After marrying the Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg, Frederick VI, she took permanent residence in Germany under the title Landgravine.
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22 May 1770

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  • 1840
    Age 69
    She died on 10 January 1840 at age 69 in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany.
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  • 1818
    Age 47
    When Elizabeth saw the Austrian officer in his elegant Hussar's uniform, she is supposed to have said: "If he is single, I will marry him!" Against all resistance the wedding took place on 7 April 1818 in the private chapel in Buckingham Palace in Westminster.
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  • 1814
    Age 43
    During a ball in the British royal court in 1814 Elizabeth got to know the German Prince Frederick of Hesse-Homburg.
  • 1808
    Age 37
    In 1808 Elizabeth was reluctantly obliged to decline a proposal from the exiled Duke of Orléans (later King of the French as Louis Philippe I) due to his Catholicism and her mother's opposition.
  • 1788
    Age 17
    It is alleged that Princess Elizabeth went through a form of marriage with George Ramus (1747–1808) and bore him a daughter, Eliza, in 1788.
  • 1772
    Age 1
    Any such marriage would have been null and void under the Royal Marriages Act 1772, but several of Elizabeth's brothers contracted similar alliances with commoners before marrying German princesses later in life.
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  • 1770
    The Princess Elizabeth was born at Buckingham House, London on 22 May 1770.
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    She was christened in the Great Council Chamber at St. James's Palace, on 17 June 1770 by Frederick Cornwallis, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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