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  2. Anne, Queen of Great Britain - Wikipedia,_Queen_of_Great_Britain

    Anne (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland following the ratification of the Acts of Union on 1 May 1707, which merged the kingdoms of Scotland and England. Previous to this, she was Queen of England , Scotland , and Ireland from 8 March 1702.

  3. Anne | Biography, Reign, & Facts | Britannica

    Anne, (born February 6, 1665, London, England—died August 1, 1714, London), queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714 who was the last Stuart monarch. She wished to rule independently, but her intellectual limitations and chronic ill health caused her to rely heavily on her ministers, who directed England ’s efforts against ...

  4. Life and reign of Anne, Queen of Great Britain | Britannica

    Anne, (born Feb. 6, 1665, London, Eng.—died Aug. 1, 1714, London), Queen of Great Britain (1702–14) and the last Stuart monarch. Second daughter of James II , who was overthrown by William III in 1688, Anne became queen on William’s death (1702).

  5. Anne, the Princess Royal | Biography & Facts | Britannica

    Anne, the Princess Royal (born August 15, 1950, London, England) British royal, second child and only daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, duke of Edinburgh. For the eight years between her mother’s accession in 1952 and the birth of Prince Andrew in 1960, she was second—to her older brother, Prince Charles —in the line of ...

  6. BBC - History - Anne

    u v w x y z Portrait of Queen Anne from the school of John Closterman © Anne was the last of the Stuart monarchs, and the first sovereign of Great Britain. Anne was born on 6 February...

  7. Anne, Queen of Great Britain - Simple English Wikipedia, the ...,_Queen_of_Great...

    Anne of Great Britain (6 February 1665 – 1 August 1714) was the Queen of England (which included Wales), Scotland and Ireland. During her reign, the kingdoms of England and Scotland came together to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain (the first form of the United Kingdom ). [1]

  8. Queen Anne | Kensington Palace | Historic Royal Palaces

    Queen Anne, younger daughter of James II, is often overlooked by historians, yet her time on the throne (1702-14) changed Britain forever. Her reign saw the end of the Stuart dynasty and laid the way for the Georgian era. Queen Anne completed the building of the baroque palace at Hampton Court Palace, and lived and died at Kensington Palace.