Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor1,2

F, #10577, b. 26 November 1869, d. 20 November 1938
Father*King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England2 b. 9 Nov 1841, d. 6 May 1910
Mother*Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England)2 b. 1 Dec 1844, d. 20 Nov 1925
Relationship17th cousin 2 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9FWV-48
     Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor, daughter of King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England and Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England), was born on 26 November 1869 at Marlborough House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1,2 Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor was the daughter of King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England and Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England).2 Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor was christened on 24 December 1869 at Marlborough House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 She married King Haakon VII (of Norway), son of King Frederik VIII (of Denmark) and Louise (?).2 Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria Windsor died on 20 November 1938 in London, England, at age 68.1,2 She was buried on 8 December 1938 in Akershus, Oslo, Oslo, Norway.1
     She became the mother of King Olav V (of Norway) in 1903.2 Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria's father King (Albert) Edward VII Windsor of England died on 6 May 1910 at Buckingham Palace, Palace, London, England.1,3 Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria's mother Queen Alexandra Caroline Marie (of England) died on 20 November 1925 at Sandringham House, Sandringham, Norfolk, England.1

Family

King Haakon VII (of Norway) b. 1872, d. 1957
Child
ChartsEnglish Royalty (#1)
English Royalty (#2)
English Royalty (Indented) (#1)
English Royalty (Indented) (#2)
Last Edited18 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S214] European Monarchs: Relationships between Queen Elizabeth II and other European sovereigns, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/europe.pdf. Hereinafter cited as European Monarchs.
  3. [S212] SAXE-COBURG & GOTHA 1837-1917 and THE WINDSORS 1917 - present day, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/tree.pdf. Hereinafter cited as Saxe-Coburg & Gotha and the Windsors.