King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England1,2

M, #10482, b. 14 December 1895, d. 5 February 1952
Father*King George V Windsor of England2 b. 3 Jun 1865, d. 20 Jan 1936
Mother*Princess Mary (of Teck)2 b. 26 May 1867, d. 24 Mar 1953
Relationship17th cousin 2 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1WRF-VCS

Names and TItles

Titled: King of England (George VI) from 1936 to 1952.2
     King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England was born on 14 December 1895 at York Cottage, Sandringham, Norfolk, England, to, son of King George V Windsor of England and Princess Mary (of Teck).1,2 King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England was the son of King George V Windsor of England and Princess Mary (of Teck).2 King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England married Lady Elizabeth 'The Queen Mother' Bowes-Lyon, daughter of Claude George Bowes-Lyon and Countess Nina Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck, on 26 April 1923 in Westminster Abbey, England.1,2 King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England died on 5 February 1952 in Sandringham, England, at age 56.1,2 He was buried on 11 March 1952 in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, England.1
     He became the father of Princess Margaret Windsor on 21 August 1930.1,2 George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur)'s father King George V Windsor of England died on 20 January 1936 in Sandringham, Norfolk, England.1,2 King George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur) Windsor of England became King of England in 1936 replacing King Edward VIII Windsor of England. George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur)'s daughter was married at wedding of Queen Elizabeth II Windsor of England and Duke Phillip Mountbatten on 20 November 1947 at Westminister Abbey, London, England.1,2
ChartsEnglish Royalty
English Royalty (Indented)
Last Edited2 Jan 2004

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. [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.