Rackham, Clara Dorothea
British civil servant
(b. c1877 d. March 11, 1966)
Raczynski, Joyous Markham, Countess
Anglo-Polish diplomatic figure, the first wife of Count Eduard Raczynski (1891 1993) Polish ambassador to London.
(b. July 21, 1902 d. Feb 27, 1931)
Radcliffe, Amelia Mary Tudor
British imposter, claimant to the estates of the earls of Derwentwater.
(b. 1830 d. 1880)
British feminist writer, The Female Advocate (1799).
(b. c1746 d. after 1810)
Radvanyi, Netty see Seghers, Anna
Radziwill, Princess Gabriela
German United Nations delegate.
(b. March 14, 1878, Berlin, Prussia d. Jan 9, 1968, Havilland Hall, Guernsey, England)
British childrens writer, novelist and social activist, Mary Plain series 1930 1976.
(b. July 23, 1892, London d. Nov 14, 1977)
Anglo-Saxon queen, m. (c797) Egbert, King of Wessex. Grandmother of King Alfred.
(b. c781 d. after 828)
Raingarde of Dijon
French concubine, mistress of Hugh Capet, Duke of Paris.
(b. c910 d. before 954)
(b. 1650 d. 1701)
(b. July 13, 1884 d. June 28, 1962)
(b. Feb 15, 1946, Sturmer)
Ramsay, JonBenet Patricia
American child beauty queen and murder victim
(b. Aug 6, 1990 d. Dec 25, 1996, Boulder, Colorado)
Ramsay, Victoria Patricia Helen Elizabeth Mountbatten, Lady
British princess, granddaughter. of Queen Victoria, m. (1919) Sir Alexander Maule Ramsay (1881 1972).
(b. March 17, 1886, Buckingham Palace, London d. Jan 12, 1974)
Ramsden, Helen Guendolen Seymour, Lady
British author and painter, Speedwell, a Novel (1894).
(b. Nov 14, 1846 d. Aug 28, 1910)
Indian social activist, president of the Bombay Seva Sadan.
(b. 1862 d. 1924)
Queen regnant of Madagascar 1883 1896 (deposed).
(b. Nov 22, 1861, Madagascar d. May 23, 1917, Algeria, Africa)
Rand, Sally (Helen Gould Beck)
American fan dancer and vaudeville performer
(b. Jan 2, 1904, Elkton, Mo. - d. Oct 31, 1979, Glendora, California)
Rankin, Jean Margaret Dalrymple, Lady
British courtier, lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth, wife of George VI. CVO (1957).
(b. Aug 15, 1905)
Raoulaina, Theodora Palaeologina
Byzantine scholar and nun.
(b. c1240 d. Dec 6, 1300)
Indian musician and vocalist
(b. 1902 d. Dec 15, 1974, Allahabad)
Rathbone, Ouida (Ouida Bergere)
Anglo-American actress and scriptwriter, The Man from Home (1922), wife of Sir Basil Rathbone.
(b. Dec 14, 1886, England d. Nov 29, 1974, New York, USA)
Finnish fashion and textile designer
(b. 1912, Karelia d. Oct 3, 1979, Helsinki)
Raucourt, Francoise Marie Antoinette Josephe
(b. 1756 d. 1815)
Ravenholt, Marjorie Severyns
American Asian political affairs specialist
(b. 1920, Sunnyside, Washington d. May 25, 1992)
Ravensdale, Mary Irene Curzon, Lady
British peeress 1925 1966, second holder of the barony of Ravensdale.
(b. Jan 20, 1896 d. Feb 9, 1966)
Ravensworth, Anne Delme, Lady
British society figure, mentioned in the letters of Horace Walpole.
(b. 1712 d. 1794)
British murder victim
(b. c1745 d. 1779)
British actress and novelist, If Winter Comes (1947) : An Inpector Calls (1947). She retired from the stage after her marriage to the Earl of Midleton
(b. 1901, London - d. Aug 31, 1993, Jersey)
Read, Helen aBeckett
Australian artist, Lonely Gull : Undergrowth.
(b. April 7, 1903, Melbourne, Victoria d. June 1, 1999, Wagga Wagga, NSW)
Rees, Helen Christina Easson (Jane Oliver)
British novelist and activist, Tomorrows Woods (1932) : Queen Most Fair (1959).
(b. Oct 12, 1903 d. May 4, 1970, Scotland)
(b. 1729 d. 1807)
(b. c1895 d. July 20, 1972)
Reginlinda of Nellenburg
Duchess of Swabia, m successive dukes (1) Burchard I (d. 926) (2) Herman I (d. 949).
(b. c893 d. April 23, 958, Ulfenau, Zurich, Switzerland)
(b. April 22, 1860 d. Jan 9, 1916)
Reid, Flora Ann Brumby, Lady
Australian public figure, m. PM Sir George Reid. GBE (1917).
(b. 1869, Tasmania d. Jan, 1950)
American ballerina and teacher
(b. 1914, Terre Haute, Indiana d. Aug 23, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts)
Reina, Helena von Anhalt, Countess von
German patrician, m. (1855) Prince Frederick Gunther von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (1793 1867).
(b. March 1, 1835 d. June 6, 1860)
Reinhardt, Elizabeth (Betty)
American writer, Laura (1944) : Give My Regards to Broadway (1948).
(b. March 21, 1909, Ohio d. Jan 21, 1954, Los Angeles, California)
Reischauer, Haru Matsukata
Japanese-American journalist and author, Samurai and Silk (1986).
(b. 1915, Tokyo d. Sept 23, 1998, La Jolla, California)
Bavarian translator of Jorge Kazmairs political record of the city of Munich from 1397 1403.
(b. c1522 d. 1584)
Rejane (Gabrielle Reju)
(b. June 6, 1857 d. June 14, 1920)
Rennie, Jean Tower
American clubwoman, founder of the Collateral Dames, one of the first womens investment clubs in the USA.
(b. Feb 3, 1914, Milwaukee, Wisconsin d. May 31, 1998, Palm Beach, Florida)
Maori tribal leader
(b. c1783 d. March 24, 1868, Plaea, near Putiki, Wanganui)
Rey, Margaret E.
(b. 1906 d. Dec 21, 1996)
Benigna von Solms-Wildenfels, Princess von
German ruler, daughter of Johann Friederich, Count von Solms-Wildenfels. She m. (1693) Prince Henry XXVIII von Reuss-Ebersdorff, and ruled Ebersdorff as regent 1711 - 1715 for her son Henry XXIX (1699 - 1747).
(b. 1670 - d. 1732)
Queen of Siam, she m. (1918) King Prajadhipok.
(b. Dec 20, 1904, Thailand - d. May 22, 1984, Bangkok)
Rhena, Rosalie van Beust,
German courtier, morganatic wife of Prince Karl of Baden (1832 - 1906)
(b. 1845 - d. 1908)
American actress, sketch and portrait artist, her only movie role was as India Wilkes in Gone With the Wind (1939). She refused all further offers.
Richarda of Alsace
Carolingian empress 884 887, m. (862) Charles III the Fat (839 888)
(b. c844 d. Sept 18, c900, Abbey of Andlau)
Richarda of Bavaria
Flemish countess, widow of Otto I, Count of Gueldres (c1150 1207). Abbess of Roermond.
(b. 1173 d. Sept 21, 1231)
Black American actress, Guess Whos Coming to Dinner (1967) : Mrs Benton in ER television series.
(b. 1926 d. 2000)
Richards, Noel Olivier
British physician, consultant at Westminster Childrens Hospital, London.
(b. 1892 d. April 11, 1969)
Richenza of Nordheim
Holy Roman empress, the daughter of Henry, Duke of Nordheim, Margrave of Friesland and Gertrude of Brunswick. She m. (1100) Lothair II of Supplinburg, Holy Roman emperor (1075 - 1137). Dowager empress 1137 - 1141. Her only child, Gertrude of Supplinburg married (1) Henry IV, Duke of Saxony and (2) Henry II, Duke of Austria. The empress was the grandmother of Henry V 'the Lion', Duke of Saxony (1129 - 1195).
(b. 1095 - d. June 10, 1141)
Richesa of Lorraine
Queen of Poland, daughter of the count Palatine Ezzo, and granddaughter of Holy Roman Emperor Otto II 973 - 983. She m. (1013) King Mieszko II Lambert (990 - 1034).
(b. 996 - d. March 21, 1063, Saalfeld, near Gotha, Thuringia, Germany)
Richilda of Egisheim
Regent of Flanders (1071) for her sons Arnulf II and Baldwin VII, widow of Baldwin VI.
(b. 1033 d. March 15, 1086)
Richilda of Metz
Carolingian empress 870 877, second wife of Charles II the Bald (823 877).
(b. c853 d. c914)
Richmond, Charlotte Gordon, Duchess of
British society leader, famous for the Waterloo Ball she gave the night before the famous victory at Quatre Bras (1815).
(b. Sept 20, 1768, Gordon Castle, Scotland d. May 5, 1842, London)
Richmond, Florence Elsa Bell, Lady
British patrician, half-sister of Gertrude Bell, m. Rear Admiral Sir Herbert Richmond (1871 1946).
(b. 1880 d. 1971)
Richmond, Hilda Madeline Brassey, Duchess of
British society figure and civic activist, Justice of the Peace, Sussex and Morayshire.
(b. 1871 d. 1971)
Australian racing driver, patron of the RSPCA.
(b. 1905, Cooma, NSW d. 1999, Melbourne, Victoria)
Richmond, Margaret Beaufort, Countess of see Beaufort, Lady Margaret
Richmond, Mary Bruce,
British society figure, mentioned in the letters of Horace Walpole.
(b. 1740 d. 1796)
Richmond, Sarah Cadogan, Duchess of
British society leader
(b. 1706 d. 1751)
Riddell, Maria Woodley
British poet and traveller, Voyage to the Madeira and Leeward Caribbean Islands (1792).
(b. 1772 d. Dec 15, 1808, Chester)
Ridder, Elizabeth Sullivan
American philanthropist and Girl Scout national secretary.
(b. 1899, Amsterdam, New York d. Aug 12, 1993, West Palm Beach, Florida)
(b. Aug 22, 1902, Berlin, Prussia d. Sept 8, 2003, Bavaria)
British verse writer
(b. c1717 d. 1791)
Righter, Harriet T.
American manufacturer of scrabble and parchesi games.
(b. 1877, Brooklyn, New York d. June 8, 1982, Brooklyn)
Ripon, Henrietta Anne Theodosia Vyner, Marchioness of
British society figure, m. (1851) George Robinson, first Marquess (1827 1909).
(b. 1833 d. Feb 28, 1907)
Ritchie, Harriet Maria
New Zealand matron of Lyttelton Hospital 1856 1862.
(b. Dec 1, 1818, Deptford, London, England d. Sept 30, 1907, Christchurch, NZ)
Ritson, Kitty Edith Blanche
British childrens author
(b. Feb 5, 1887 d. Oct 17, 1969)
Ritter, Rosa Dorothea
German courtier, mistress of William I, elector of Hesse-Kassel. Created Baroness von Lindenthal (1783).
(b. July 29, 1759 d. Jan 13, 1833)
Rivers, Penelope Atkins, Lady
British society figure and beauty, mentioned in the letters of Horace Walpole.
(b. c1725 d. 1795)
American actress, Marie Barone in the television series, Everybody Loves Raymond.
(b. Nov 4, 1929, St Louis, Missouri)
American theatrical agent
(b. 1921, the Bronx, New York d. Dec 12, 1998, New York)
Roberts, Nora Henrietta Bews, Countess
British military wife, m. (1859) Frederick, 1st Earl Roberts (1832 1914)
(b. March 17, 1838, Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland
d. Dec 21, 1920, Englemere, Ascot, England)
(b. 1917 d. 1998)
Robilant-Cereaglio, Valentina Mocenigo, Contessa di
Italian patrician, m. (1896) Edmondo Nicolis, Conte di Robilant-Cereaglio (1871 1941).
(b. July 5, 1878, Salzburg, Austria d. May 1, 1950, Sintra, Portugal)
(b. Aug 6, 1862 d. May 8, 1952)
American actress, 21 Jump Street.
(b. Sept 18, 1964)
Robinson, Joan Violet
British economist, educator and author, Economics and Imperfect Competition.
(b. Oct 31, 1903, Camberly, Surrey d. Aug 5, 1983, Cambridge)
Rocciagiovine, Julie de Bonaparte, Marchesa d
French-Italian patrician, great-niece of the emperor Napoleon I.
(b. June 5, 1830, Rome d. Oct 28, 1900, Rome)
Rochford, Elizabeth Savage, Countess of
British heiress, the daughter of Richard Savage, earl of Rivers, m. Frederick Zuylestein, 3rd Earl of Rochford (1684 1738).
(b. 1699 d. June 23, 1746)
Rochford, Jane Wroth, Countess of
English courtier, lady-in-waiting to Queen Mary II in Holland.
(b. 1659 d. 1703)
Rock, Blossom (Marie Blake)
American actress, she was best known for her role as Grandmamma 1964 1966 in the television series, The Addams Family.
(b. Aug 21, 1895, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania d. Jan 14, 1978, Los Angeles, California)
Rockingham, Mary Bright, Marchioness of
British society figure, mentioned in the letters of Horace Walpole.
(b. 1735 d. 1804)
(b. Feb 23, 1879 d. Sept 3, 1956)
(b. 1923 d. Sept, 1993)
American actress, Mrs Kensington in the Austin Powers films.
(b. Jan 27, 1956, Coral Gables, Florida)
American migration specialist and scholar
(b. 1936, Klagenfurt, Austria d. Nov 28, 1997, Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Roggendorf, Countess Cecilia von
German correspondent of the adventurer Giacomo Casanova 1797 1798, m. (1802) Count Anton von Batthyany (1762 1828).
(b. Oct 28, 1775 d. Nov 27, 1814)
Rohan, Josephine Francoise
de Gontaut-Biron, Duchesse de
French Bourbon courtier, she m. (1817) Anne Louis Fernand, Duc de Rohan (1789 - 1869). Mother of Duc Charles Louis Josselin de Rohan (1819 - 1893)
(b. 1790 - d. 1844)
Italian abbess of San Giulia, Brescia, she received an Imperial charter from emperor Henry II (1014).
(fl. 1000 1014)
American actress, Champion (1949) : The Far Country (1955).
(b. Dec 23, 1923, Lynn, Massachusetts d. Sept 9, 1999, Laguna Beach, California)
(b. 1904, Cluj, Romania d. Feb 12, 1992, Manhattan, New York, USA)
Ethiopian princess, the eldest daughter of the emperor Haile Selassie I and empress Menen. She married Beyenna Mered. Taken prisoner by the Italians after their invasion of Ethiopia, the princess was taken back to Italy, where she died in prison.
(b. 1909, Ethiopia - d. 1941, Italy)
Romanones, Aline Griffith, Countess di
American-Spanish espionage figure and author, An American in Spain (1973) : The Spy Who Wore Red.
Romanov, Margaret Sheila Mackellar Chisholm, Princess
Australian-Russian society figure, m. Prince Dimitri Alexandrovitch Romanov (1901 1980).
(b. Sept 9, 1895 d. Oct 13, 1969)
Duchess of Wurttemburg, the daughter of Peter Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria and Christina of Naples. She m. (1928, at Friedrichshafen) as his second wife, Duke Philip (1893 - 1975) Head of the Royal House of Wurttemburg 1939 - 1975, the widower of her elder sister Helena.The mother of Duke Charles (b. 1936) Head of the Royal house from 1975, and of Duke Ludwig, who renounced his rights to the succession (1960).
(b. Sept 22, 1906, Parsch - d. Sept 17, 1983, Friedrichshafen)
Roscommon, Isabella Baynton,
English Stuart courtier, she m. (1674) Wentworth Dillon, Earl of Roscommon (c1637 - 1685). Maid-of-honour 1673 - 1674 to Mary Beatrice, Duchess of York, and lady-in-waiting to her as queen from 1688.
(b. 1654, Burton House, York - d. Sept, 1721)
Polish-American Holocaust survivor and memoirist, To Tell at Last (1993).
(b. 1913, Gorlice, Poland d. Sept 11, 1998, Manhattan, New York)
American fashion designer
(b. 1889, Austria d. March 13, 1980, Manhattan, New York)
Ross, Gloria Frankenthaler
American tapestry designer
(b. Sept 5, 1923, New York d. June 21, 1998, Manhattan)
American actress, The Graduate (1967) : The Stepford Wives (1975).
(b. Jan 29, 1940, Hollywood, California)
(b. Dec 5, 1830 d. Dec 29, 1894)
Rothelin, Gabrielle Eleonore
de Montault, Marquise de
French courtier, the daughter of Philippe de Montault, Duc de Navailles. She m. (1675) Henri II d'Orleans, Marquis de Rothelin (1655 - 1691). Mother of Alexandre d'Orleans, Marquis de Rothelin (1688 - 1764) and of Charles d'Orleans, abbot of Corneilles (1691 - 1744).
(b. 1656 - d. 1698)
Rothenburg, Amalia von
Geyern, Countess von
German morganatic wife 1850 1863 (div.) Prince Frederick William of Hohenzollern-Hechingen (1801 1869).
(b. July 13, 1832, Furth d. 1897)
Rothermere, Patricia Brooks, Lady (Beverly Matthews)
British actress and flamboyant socialite, m. Vere Harmsworth, Lord Rothermere.
(b. 1929 d. 1992, France)
Rothes, Jane Elizabeth Leslie, Countess of
Scottish peeress, twelfth holder of the earldom 1773 1810, mentioned in the letters of Horace Walpole.
(b. 1750 d. June 2, 1810)
Rothes, Lucy Noel Martha Dyer-Edwardes, Countess of
British heroine of the Titanic disaster (1912), she manned the tiller of Lifeboat 8 till they were rescued by the Carpathia.
(b. Dec 25, 1884, Kensington, London d. Sept 12, 1956, Hove, Sussex)
Carolingian, illeg. dau of Charlemagne, Abbess of Faremoutier, Brie 840 852.
(b. c800 d. March 24, 852)
Carolingian princess, dau. of emperor Charles II, m. Roger I, Count of Maine (d. 900).
(b. 871 d. March 22, 929)
Rothilda of Spoleto
Duchess of Tuscany, second wife (c861) of Duke Adalbert I (c825 884).
(b. c844 d. c889)
Rothschild, Jeannette Bishop, Lady
British secretary, first wife 1966 1971 (div.) Sir Evelyn de Rothschild (b. 1931).
(b. 1940 d. 1981)
Rothschild, Liliane Fould-Springer, Baroness de
(b. 1916 d. Dec 17, 2003)
Rothschild, Pauline Fairfax-Potter, Baroness de
British-French society leader and patron
(b. 1908 d. 1976)
Carolingian princess, daughter of the emperor Charlemagne, and his third wife Hildegarde of Vinzgau. She m. (c790) Roriko I, Count of Maine (c765 - 840) as his first wife. Their son Louis (d. 867) was archchancellor to his cousin, the emperor Charles II the Bald. She later seperated from Roriko, and became a nun at Chelles. She died during a plague epidemic.
(b. Oct, 772, Heristal, Austrasia - d. Jan 8, 810, Abbey of St Marie, Chelles, near Paris)
Carolingian princess, dau. of emperor Lothair I, m. Lambert II, Count of Nantes.
(b. c833, Pavia, Italy d. c914, Abbey of Sainte-Croix, Poitiers, Aquitaine)
Rotrude of Treves (Chrotrude)
Carolingian princess, first wife of Charles Martel (676 741). Mother of King Pepin III (714 768). Paternal grandmother of emperor Charlemagne.
(b. c687 d. 724)
Roure, Claude Marie dArtigny, Comtesse du
French courtier of Louis XIV, implicated in the Affair of the Poisons (1679 1680).
(b. 1645 d. 1720)
British stage and television actress, Hyacinth Bucket in the television series, Keeping Up Appearances : Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest.
(b. Feb 17, 1929, Birkenhead, Cheshire)
Rovere, Felicia della
Italian patrician, daughter of Pope Julius II, m. Giangiordano Orsini, Duke di Bracciano.
(b. c1487 d. after Sept, 1536)
Rovere, Lavinia della
Italian heiress, m. Alfonso dAvalos, Prince di Francavilla. She inherited the duchy of Urbino from her nephew Federico della Rovere, 1623 1632.
(b. Jan 16, 1558 d. June 7, 1632)
Roxburgh, Margaret Elisabeth
McConnel, Duchess of
British patrician, daughter of Capt. Frederick Bradshaw McConnel, m, (1) (div.) Lt-Col. James Cunnyngham Church : m. (2) (1954) George Innes-Ker, 9th Duke of Roxburgh (1913 - 1974) : m. (3) (1976) Jocelyn Olaf Hambro (1919 - 1995) of Waverton House, Gloucestershire.
(b. 1921 - d. 1983)
Royden, Quenelda Mary Clegg, Lady
British patrician, she m. (1) Charles James Forres (1871 1922) : m. (2) (1922) Sir Thomas, first and last Baron Royden. Her daughter by her first husband, Marjorie Guthrie Forres (1898 1985) m. Major Sir Harold Bibby, Bt (1889 1986).
(b. 1873 d. Feb 17, 1969, Ryecroft, Liss, Hants)
(b. Nov 6, 1904, New York d. April 23, 1983, Guadalajara, Mexico)
American soprano vocalist
(b. 1951, Portland, Oregon d. July 19, 1993, Manhattan, New York)
Rudin, May Cohen
American philanthropist, matriarch of real estate dynasty.
(b. 1897, New York d. July 23, 1992, East Side, Manhattan)
Rumigny, Ermengard de
Roucy, Comtesse de
French religious patron, daughter of Hugh, Comte de Roucy and Sibylla de Hauteville. She m. (c1094) Gautier, Comte de Rumigny, and was the mother of Comte Nicolas II (c1097 - after 1153). She founded the Praemonstratensian abbey of Notre Dame de Cuissy, near the Aisne river (1122). Died a nun at Laon.
(b. c1079 - d. 1138)
Runciman, Hilda Stevenson, Lady
British politician, Labour MP for St Ives 1928 1929.
(b. 1873 d. 1956)
Rusk, Gladys Houx
American social worker, evaluator of physical rehabilitation programs.
(b. 1901 d. Oct 14, 1980, Manhattan, New York)
Ruskin, Frances Reder
American lawyer and protective clothing designer
(b. 1896, New York d. March 20, 1980, Manhattan)
Russ, Lavinia Faxon
American childrens writer, A Young Explorers New York (1962) : The April Age (1975).
(b. 1904 d. 1992, Manhattan, New York)
American actress, Felicity.
(b. March 23, 1976, Fountain Valley, California)
Roman patrician, the dau. of Symmachus, and wife of Boethius.
(b. c480 C.E. d. after 546)
Rutland, Isabel Holcroft,
English patrician, the daughter of Sir Thomas Holcroft, she m. (1573) Edward Manners, 3rd Earl of Rutland (1549 - 1587). Mother of Roger Manners, 5th Earl 1587 - 1612.
(b. 1552, Vale Royal Abbey, Chester - d. Jan 4, 1605, Stepney, London)
Rutland, Kathleen Tennant, Duchess of
British society figure, President of the British Red Cross Society and the Girl Guides for the Leicester region.
(b. 1894 d. Dec 4, 1989)
American pianist, specialized in the works of Bach, Chopin and Beethoven.
(b. 1912, New York d. Jan 17, 1998, Manhattan)
Wallachian princess, daughter of Prince Mihnea I ' the Bad' 1508 - 1510, and his second wife Voica Izvorani. She m. (1) (1511) the boyar Dragomir (d. 1512) : m. (2) (1513) Bogdan III, Prince of Moldavia (1479 - 1517) as his third wife.
(b. c1493 - d. after April 20, 1517)
American-Anglo tennis champion
(b. 1892, Los Angeles, California d. July 6, 1979, Wimbledon, near London)
British actress, notable for her portrayal of Queen Alexandra, first in the television series, Edward the Seventh (1975) and The Elephant Man (1980).
(b. June 16, 1938, Liverpool, England)
American actress, Granny in the television series, The Beverly Hillbillies 1962 1971.
(b. Oct 17, 1902, El Paso, Texas d. April 26, 1973, Santa Monica, California)
Ryan, Louisa Whitmore, Lady
British society figure in Calcutta, India, m. Sir Edward Ryan, Chief Justice of Bengal.
(b. c1795, Bridgnorth, Shropshire d. Feb 6, 1866)
Ryder, Lady Frances
British organizer of the Dominican Services and Students Hospitality Scheme, CBE (1919).
(b. Aug 7, 1888 d. Dec 24, 1965)
Rye, Maria Susan
British feminist and emigration organizer for women.
(b. March 31, 1829, London d. Nov 12, 1903, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)
Austrian soprano vocalist
(b. Nov 14, 1926, Vienna d. March 7, 1998, Vienna)
(b. 1750 d. 1797)
British royal claimant, dau. of Olivia Serres, unsuccessfully claimed to be the great-niece of George III in famous trial of 1866.
(b. 1797 d. 1871)