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Clementina [Maria Clementina Stuart, née Sobieska] (1702–1735), consort of James Francis Edward, Jacobite claimant to the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones  

Hugh Douglas

Clementina [Maria Clementina Stuart, née Sobieska] (1702–1735), consort of James Francis Edward, Jacobite claimant to the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones, was born Maria Clementina on 18 July 1702. She was the third and youngest daughter of James Sobieski, prince of Poland, and his wife, ...

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Clementina (1702–1735) by Francesco Trevisani Museo del Prado, Madrid; photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Grey [married name Dudley], Lady Jane (1537–1554), noblewoman and claimant to the English throne  

Alison Plowden

Grey [married name Dudley], Lady Jane (1537–1554), noblewoman and claimant to the English throne, was the eldest surviving child of Henry Grey, marquess of Dorset, later duke of Suffolk (1517–1554), and Frances (1517–1559), daughter of Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk, and Mary...

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Louisa [Louisa Stuart], styled countess of Albany (1752–1824)  

Maker: François-Xavier Fabre

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Louisa [Louisa Stuart], styled countess of Albany (1752–1824) by François-Xavier Fabre, 1793 Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy / Bridgeman Art Library

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Louisa [Louisa Stuart], styled countess of Albany (1752–1824), consort of Charles Edward, Jacobite claimant to the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones  

Eirwen E. C. Nicholson

Louisa [Louisa Stuart], styled countess of Albany (1752–1824), consort of Charles Edward, Jacobite claimant to the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones, was born Louisa Maximiliana Carolina Emmanuel in Mons, Hainault, in the Austrian Netherlands. She was the first child of Prince Gustav Adolf of Stolberg-Gedern (...

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Scott, Anna [Anne], duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732), noblewoman  

Eirwen E. C. Nicholson

Scott, Anna [Anne], duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732), noblewoman, was born in Dundee on 11 February 1651, the third daughter of Francis Scott, second earl of Buccleuch (1626–1651), and his wife, Margaret Leslie (d. 1688), daughter of ...

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Scott, Anna, duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732)  

Maker: Sir Godfrey Kneller

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Anna Scott, duchess of Monmouth and suo jure duchess of Buccleuch (1651–1732) by Sir Godfrey Kneller, c. 1688 [The Scotts [left to right]: James Scott, earl of Dalkeith, , and Henry Scott, earl of Deloraine (1676–1730)] in the collection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry KT

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Walkinshaw, Clementine, styled countess of Albestroff (c. 1720–1802), mistress of Prince Charles Edward Stuart  

Hugh Douglas

Walkinshaw, Clementine, styled countess of Albestroff (c. 1720–1802), mistress of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, was the youngest of ten children, all daughters, of John Walkinshaw (1671–1731) of Barrowfield and his wife, Katharine (1683–1780), daughter of Sir Hugh Paterson of Bannockburn. Clementine was a staunch Roman Catholic and supporter of the exiled ...

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Walkinshaw, Clementine, styled countess of Albestroff (c. 1720–1802)  

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Clementine Walkinshaw, styled countess of Albestroff (c. 1720–1802) by unknown artist Scottish National Portrait Gallery