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  2. Prince Henry of Prussia (1900–1904) - Wikipedia

    Prince Henry Victor Louis Frederick of Prussia (German: Heinrich Viktor Ludwig Friedrich; 9 January 1900 – 26 February 1904), was the haemophiliac third son and youngest child of Prince Henry of Prussia and Princess Irene of Hesse and by Rhine, and thus a grandson of Frederick III, German Emperor, on his father's side and a great-grandson of Queen Victoria through both his mother and father.

  3. Descendants of Queen Victoria - Wikipedia

    Prince Albert, the Prince Consort (26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861), lived long enough to see only one of his children (the Princess Royal) married and two of his grandchildren born (Wilhelm II, 1859–1941, and his sister Princess Charlotte of Prussia, 1860–1919), while Queen Victoria (24 May 1819 – 22 January 1901) lived long enough to see not only all her grandchildren, but many of ...

  4. Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn - Wikipedia,_Duke_of_Con...

    Prince Arthur was a Freemason and was elected as Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England when his elder brother was obliged to resign the office upon his accession in 1901 as King Edward VII. He was subsequently re-elected an additional 37 times before 1939, when the Prince was nearly 90 years of age. Governor General of Canada

  5. 1904 - Wikipedia

    1904 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1904th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 904th year of the 2nd millennium, the 4th year of the 20th century, and the 5th year of the 1900s decade.

  6. Haemophilia in European royalty - Wikipedia

    Prince Waldemar of Prussia (1889–1945). Survived to age 56; had no issue. Prince Heinrich of Prussia (1900–1904). Died at age 4. Prince Friedrich of Hesse and by Rhine (1870–1873). Died before his third birthday of bleeding on the brain resulting from a fall from a third-story window (which would almost certainly have not been fatal if he ...

  7. List of Olympic medalists in equestrian - Wikipedia

    Equestrian sports are among those contested at the Summer Olympic Games.Equine events began at the Olympics in 1900, when competitions in polo (considered by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to be a separate sport from the other equestrian events), vaulting, four-in-hand driving, mail coach driving, mixed hacks and hunters and three types of jumping (high jump, long jump and show ...

  8. 1889–1890 pandemic - Wikipedia–1890_pandemic

    Parsons, Henry Franklin; Klein, Edward Emmanuel (1893). Further Report and Papers on Epidemic Influenza, 1889–92. Local Government Board. Ziegler, Michelle (3 January 2011). "Epidemiology of the Russian flu, 1889–1890". Contagions: Thoughts on Historic Infectious Disease. Archived from the original on 11 May 2013.

  9. List of Freemasons (E–Z) - Wikipedia–Z)

    Isaac de Forcade de Biaix, Royal Prussian colonel and Hofmarschall to the Prince of Prussia. Knight of the Order of Pour le Mérite, Prussia's highest order of merit for heroism. Gerald Ford, President of the United States; Glenn Ford, American actor; Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company. Palestine Lodge No 357, Detroit.

  10. Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts - Wikipedia,_1st...

    Frederick Henry Roberts. Born August 1869, died August 1869. Aileen Mary Roberts. Born 20 September 1870, died 9 October 1944. Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts. Born 8 January 1872, died 17 December 1899. Ada Edwina Stewart Roberts. Born 28 March 1875, died. 21 February 1955.

  11. List of state leaders in the 19th century (1851–1900) - Wikipedia

    Josep Caixal i Estradé, Episcopal Co-Prince (1853–1879) Salvador Casañas y Pagés, Episcopal Co-Prince (1879–1901) French Co-Princes (complete list) – Napoléon III, French Co-Prince (1848–1870) Adolphe Thiers, French Co-Prince (1871–1873) Patrice de Mac-Mahon, French Co-Prince (1873–1879) Jules Armand Dufaure, Acting French Co ...