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  2. Princess Marie Amelie of Baden - Wikipedia

    Princess Marie Amelie of Baden (Marie Amelie Elisabeth Caroline; 11 October 1817 – 17 October 1888) was the youngest daughter of Charles, Grand Duke of Baden and Stéphanie de Beauharnais. In 1843, she married the Scottish nobleman William Hamilton, Marquess of Douglas and Clydesdale. They became the Duke and Duchess of Hamilton upon the ...

  3. Caroline is a perennial classic, in the Top 100 since 1994. Caroline is elegant, calling to mind the Kennedy Camelot years and Princess Caroline of Monaco. Caroline came to England with George II's wife, the German Queen Caroline of Ansbach in 1705, and then George IV married another German Caroline in 1795.

  4. Princess Caroline of Great Britain - Wikipedia

    In 1714, Queen Anne died, and Caroline's grandfather became George I and her father Prince of Wales. At the age of one year, Caroline accompanied her mother and elder sisters, the Princesses Anne and Amelia, to Great Britain, and the family resided at St James's Palace, London. She was then styled as a Princess of Great Britain. A newly ...

  5. Karoline von Baden – Wikipedia

    Friederike Karoline (oder Caroline) Wilhelmine von Baden (* 13. Juli 1776 in Karlsruhe; † 13. November 1841 in München) war eine Prinzessin von Baden, durch Heirat seit 1799 Kurfürstin von Pfalz-Bayern und seit dem 1. Januar 1806 die erste Königin des neu proklamierten Königreichs Bayern

  6. 'Surface' Episode 7: Recap And Ending, Explained - What ...

    As Sophie leaves Baden’s apartment, she is picked up by her husband, who now reveals Baden’s real identity—after she and James had met and got married, Harrison always wanted to check her background, and he hired the police officer, who worked as a private detective during his free time, to follow Sophie and find out who she really was.

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  8. Luise von Preußen (1838–1923) – Wikipediaßen_(1838...

    Eine Denkschrift der Großherzogin Luise von Baden. In: Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Oberrheins. Nr. 153, 2005, S. 531–543. Ilona Scheidle: Queering biography. Methodologische Überlegungen am Beispiel der Biografie von Großherzogin Luise von Baden (1838–1923). In: Susanne Blumesberger, Ilse Korotin, (Hrsg.): Biografieforschung.