Britain’s Royal Families : The Complete Genealogy
by Alison Weir
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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“George III is alleged to have secretly married a Quakeress named Hannah Lightfoot, daughter of a shoemaker’s Wapping, on April 17,1759, who is said to be in charge of her three children.Documents concerning the alleged marriage, bearing the Prince’s signature, were impounded and examined in 1866 by the Attorney General.Appris’ opinion both looked at the idea that these documents were authenticThey were then placed in the Royal Archives in Windsor; in 1910, permission was denied by an author who asked to see them.If George III made such a marriage when he was Prince of Wales, before the adoption of the Royal Marriage Act in 1772, then later his Queen Charlotte wedding was bigamous, and all the monarchs of Great Britain since then has been a usurper, the legitimate heirs of George III to be his children by Hannah Lightfoot, if they ever exited him.From Great Britain, the Royal Families of Great Britain, the Royal Families is a unique reference work.It provides, for the first time in a single volume, genealogical details of all the members of the Royal House of England, Scotland and Great Britain – from 800 B. C. to the present day.Here is the essential biographical information relating not only to each monarch, but also to all members of their immediate family, from parents to grandchildren.Drawing on countless authorities, both ancient and modern, Alison Weir explores the royal family of the tree in unprecedented depth and provides a comprehensive guide to the heritage of today’s royal family.
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